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Monday, May 14, 2012

The Political Place Settings on the Los Angeles Politicos for Sunday, May 13, 2012

The Los Angeles Political Machine Place Setting for the week beginning May 13, 2012. Who will provide the politico's napkins?
Welcome to the Mayor Sam "Political Place Setting" for the week beginning May 13, 2012. Take your seat as we set the political menu for the week but we leave the the daily specials to various politicos to present in real time.
** What documents will Mayor Sam disclose next in its on going coverage of the controversial Charter School Academia Semillas del Pueblo? We can report that rent on the former Xocolatl Coffee Shop now school meal prep kitchen, was paid in full on Friday. But one must wonder how a mere monthly rent payment of $2652.25 was allowed to grow by times six, when records show that Academia Semillas del Pueblo cleared $4,285,317 in revenue in 2010?'
** If one believes the City of Los Angeles Coalition of Unions, Mayor Antonio Villar is waging his own municipal war on woman as denoted in the latest rounds of layoffs. But then the mayor has practice revisionist history when it comes to a certain single woman in his life and her employment background.
** Did the fade away of 2013 Mayoral Candida Austin "Mini Riordan II" Beutner usher in an era of waning business influence in City Hall? Or is it a new type of green business developers (Keith Brackpool, Ari Swiller and S. David Freeman) that are waiting for their pay day?
** Does anyone in the local media community give any credence to City Attorney and District Attorney Candiate Carmen Trutanic as witness the LA Times story questioning facts around his South-Central Shooting Claim and Daily News Editorial that supports Lacey and Jackson over Nuch?
** Lastly, we want to thank the City Maven Alice Walton  for her scoop on DONE GM BH Kim taking out papers for CD 13. We understand that BH has no hesitation when it comes to discussing his opinion of NC's and the Second Amendment  which includes dialog in the men's room.

** In Rick Orlov's "Tipoff Column" for today (Monday), California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsome takes to the Current TV airways to pass away the dead time of office. LA County Supervisor Mike Antonovich is assuming the presidency of the MTA (no more D.C. junkets for Mayor Villar). And lastly, the City of Los Angeles is taking a hit on tax as the Dodgers lower parking prices.   
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

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