Monthly Archives: August 2014

Is Jim McDonnells Sheriff Campaign in Trouble

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HMG-CN is reporting L.A. County Sheriff candidate Jim McDonnell sent out a questionable email soliciting donations, via a nonprofit agency, which is against the law.  Sam Olivito, the Executive Director of the California Contract Cities Association told HMG-CN that the email “did not in any way seek campaign donations to the McDonnell campaign. To do […]

FCMAT report shows no growth in Inglewood Unified School District

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FCMAT aka the Fiscal Crisis and Management Team has produced their annual assessment for Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) and once again, it shows that IUSD is not addressing the concerns outlined in their findings.  Many high-ranking employees, who were directly involved in addressing the concerns, have found themselves out of a job and the district is […]

Paul Tanaka on the #KDAYCommunity Show

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Paul Tanaka was a guest on the KDAY Community Show Sunday, August 31, 2014, which airs every Sunday at 6 AM on 93.5 FM.  Paul is currently the Mayor of the City of Gardena and is a candidate for L.A. County Sheriff.


Law Enforcement Officers weigh in on Compton Unified’s Urban Police Rifle Policy

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Compton Unified School District (CUSD) has created a firestorm through the City of Compton with their recent Urban Police Rifle Policy.  2UrbanGirls thanks Compton Board President Micah Ali and fellow board member Skyy Fisher, for discussing this very controversial topic with us.  The board passed the agenda item 6-1 at the July 8th board meeting, with Trustee Micah […]


CONFIRMED Inglewood Unified has sold bonds related to Measure GG

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Royce Printing is a bay area based producer of electronic and official statements.  The company was founded by Susan Royce and according to her website, she is one of the few woman-owned financial printers in the country.  You are probably wondering what is “financial printing”? 

Inglewood Unified offering Dual-Immersion at Worthington School

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Inglewood Unified School District has some exciting things going on for the coming 2014-15 school year.  The district has announced the establishment of a Dual-Immersion program at Worthington School.

Meet the candidates for Mayor of the City of Inglewood

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City of Inglewood residents are gearing up to elect our City’s 13th mayor on the November 4th ballot. The City Clerk has provided us with a list of residents certified to campaign for the top job. However, since the election of current Mayor James T. Butts Jr., the city of Inglewood has been on a […]

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