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Skid Row Neighborhood Council inches closer to reality

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Los Angeles City Hall got Skid Row activists fucked up.  After less than 100 votes stopped the formation of a Skid Row Neighborhood Council (SRNC) activists challenged the election and according to the LA Times, are one step closer to brining much needed financial resources to the areas many nonprofits.  Kudos to friend of the […]


Compton Elections: Transparency

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The regular city council meeting held May 2nd was enlightening.  Residents heard two oral reports by the new Controller and City Attorney and also learned that Planning Commissioners are appointed at-large, not by district.  The oral reports don’t come with supporting documents in the council agenda packet, yet presentations were given that 2 Urban Girls […]


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Compton Elections: Missing Form 460’s

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Compton council member Isaac Galvan handily won re-election last month.  He made the news in 2013 for being the city’s first Latino council member.  He also made the news for failure to file his campaign finance forms.  Has history repeated itself?


Former Senator not feeling the love on new commission

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Despite the hoopla, former Sen. Isadore Hall III was confirmed by the full Senate to be named to the Agricultural Labor Board.  His biggest battle is brewing against Gerawan Farming who has publicly asked the FBI to investigate the board and has now filed a motion to prevent Hall from weighing in on their pending case […]


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Compton Elections: Why is Omar Bradley running, again

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Former Compton Mayor Omar Bradley is in the June 8th runoff.  His opponent is the current Mayor Aja Brown.  He is also fighting the LA County District Attorney’s office who appears to be blowing smoke up Compton voters butts.  Unfortunately, they’re not paying attention.


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Event: Saturday, May 6th Compton Turns the Tables

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The ‘Compton Turns the Tables’ concert will showcase the talent of students age 15-21 who have participated in a new grant-funded 10-week course covering essential DJ skills and business, taught by DJ Lynne Denise, a professor at Cal State Los Angeles. Due to Compton’s rich and storied place in music history, it served as the […]


Former Assemblyman takes on Los Angeles City Hall over Griffith Park Public Access routes

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Friends of Griffith Park, together with the Griffith J. Griffith Charitable Trust, and the Los Feliz Oaks Homeowners Association, filed a Motion in Los Angeles Superior Court challenging the City of Los Angeles’ decision to close the Beachwood Gate to the Hollyridge Trail in Griffith Park on April 18, 2017.  Former Assemblyman Mike Gatto is […]


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