Monthly Archives: March 2016

Los Angeles City Council President contradicts himself on DWP

Los Angeles residents are bracing for yet another rate increase of their utility services provided under the LA Department of Water and Power.  A couple of years ago things got hot and heavy between council and DWP union leaders, with the discovery of million dollar annual payouts between the two agencies.  Council has since authorized […]

Antitrust lawsuit filed against LA Times parent company after it places top bid for OC Register

KPCC is reporting that the parent company of the Los Angeles Times has had an anti-trust lawsuit filed against them.  The company said Thursday they won a public bankruptcy auction to buy Freedom Communications, the owner of several Southern California newspapers, including the Orange County Register. The Justice Department responded by filing an antitrust lawsuit […]

Dist. Atty’s office looking into Torrance mayor’s campaign

Originally posted on by Nick Green The state’s political ethics watchdog unanimously levied a $35,000 fine Thursday on the 2014 campaign of Torrance Mayor Pat Furey for funneling and hiding illegal campaign contributions through a supposedly independent political action committee.

Can an individual be an employee and council member in the same city

Residents in the city of Compton are concerned about newly elected city council member Tana McCoy.  McCoy was sworn in to the seat representing the 3rd District on February 3, 2016.  Prior to her appointment, McCoy worked for the city of Compton for nearly four decades.  Most recently as an Administrative Analyst, with a salary […]


Master P “pops up” in Inglewood, CA

Master P bounced into the Savoy Entertainment Center in Inglewood, CA, this past weekend and had the crowd going wild!  He performed many of his hits like “Make Em Say Uhhh” and “Ice Cream Man”.  No, 2 Urban Girls wasn’t in the house, but my peeps who were tell me the Savoy was poppin’ that […]

Inglewood Unified School District is HIRING

Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) has many openings, if you are looking to work in the City of Inglewood.

LA County Supervisor dedicates walking trail in Baldwin Hills

Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas dedicated the new Stocker Corridor Trailhead, the easternmost segment of the Park to Playa Trail that will connect the Baldwin Hills Parklands to the Pacific Ocean.


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