Monthly Archives: December 2016

Compton mayor honored by JFK Library Foundation

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Compton- Compton Mayor Aja Brown will be recognized for her efforts to address crime and violence in the city and bring jobs to the city’s residents.  The JFK Library Foundation honors two individuals annually, under 40, who are committed to public service in their communities.

Sheriff deputies shut down Compton marjiuana dispensary

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It’s a great day in the city of Compton.  Sheriff deputies conducted an operation, helmed by the Narcotics Bureau, which resulted in the shutting down of the illegal marijuana dispensary.  2 Urban Girls has obtained a copy of today’s email that went out to city hall administrators and elected officials from Lt. Ashrafnia, detailing the outcome.

Word on the Streets: Compton employee confesses to theft

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Compton- There are thieves in the temple.  City Hall insiders share the city of Compton is one employee lighter thanks to the alleged confession of theft by the city’s deputy treasurer.  He has been booked in Men’s Central Jail with a bail of $75,000 after being arrested at approx. 2:50 p.m.


Elections: Gardena City Council

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Gardena- Who intends to run for council in 2017?  2 Urban Girls sees former city council members running for mayor along with a host of newcomers and millenials eager to enter this “battle royale”.  2 Urban Girls believes Dan Medina is a shoe in for mayor.  He and his wife have positioned themselves for this a long […]

Survey: Are you happy with your union representation

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Inglewood- Are unions necessary?  That is a question this author ponders regularly.  As a member of a union, I was not happy during our organizations latest contract negotiations.  Employees lost arbitration but no one was laid off.  Teachers fought their union, over how dues are spent, to the nations highest court- and lost.  Walden University […]

Political Shenanigans: 2017 Compton Elections

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Compton- Is the City Clerk preparing to intercept the people’s choices for city council?  The December 6 Compton city council agenda includes a request from Alita Godwin, the current city clerk, to conduct an all mail election in April.  That’s right.  The city wants to only accept mailed in ballots for mayor, city attorney, treasurer and council. […]

Is the Black Lives Matter movement falling apart

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Pasadena Now is reporting there is strife between Black Lives Matter Los Angeles and Pasadena chapters.  Specifically, a letter is circulating asking the founder of the Pasadena chapter to basically stay away from the Los Angeles members.


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