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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Steven Bradford enters race for 2016 State Senate election with support of Rep. Hahn and Sen. Isadore Hall

Hahn and Hall Lead List of Growing Supporters for Bradford’s Campaign GARDENA, CA – Steven Bradford, who was termed out of the state Assembly in 2014, has announced his intention to seek the California’s 35th Senate district seat in 2016.  The 35th district includes Carson, Compton, Gardena, Harbor City, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Lawndale, Lennox, Watts, Willowbrook […]


Republicans are addressing issues they have with Prop 47

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If you thought Republicans were upset about Obama care, don’t be fooled, they are equally pissed at Prop 47 which made certain crimes, normally classified as a felony, are now misdemeanors.  Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez (R- Lake Elsinore) and City of Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris are leading the charge.  Both are specifically looking at the […]


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Where are they now: David Biggs

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As the flight of the city manager’s continues to take shape in the City of Carson, we couldn’t help wonder where the initial sacrificial lamb has ended.  The Daily Breeze has taken note that Carson officials have fired three of their hand selected city managers, over the last 20 months.  So where is David Biggs […]


Detroit Department of Transportation sat on federal transportation funds

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James Robinson made national news for his walking nearly 40 miles to work every day in the gritty city of Detroit.  Strangers setup a fundraising account that amassed nearly $200,000 for him to buy a car.  Robinson said he doesn’t make enough to afford a car.  Being a seasoned alternative transportation professional, I am aware […]


Watch the first trailer for NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton

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The trailer for the NWA movie aptly titled “Straight Outta Compton” aired last night during the Grammy awards.  If you missed it, catch it here.


Will Inglewood revitalization project reach special election

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In a surprise move, the California Supreme Court unanimously ruled back in the summer of 2014, that land use planning by voter qualified initiative is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); even if a city council adopts the voter initiative to avoid holding a special election. The Los Angeles Times is reporting this […]


City of Gardena creates Juvenile Justice and Intervention Program

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The City of Gardena has established the Juvenile Justice & Intervention Program (GJJIP) that is designed to identify and improve areas of a youth’s life that may be contributing to delinquent behavior. Mayor Paul Tanaka is very proud of the program being available to Gardena residents.


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