LA’s Pending Insolvency and Prop 32

Jack Humphreville
LA Watchdog writer for CityWatch, President of the DWP Advocacy Committee, Ratepayer Advocate for the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council, and Publisher of the Recycler

Crossposted on City Watch The inability and unwillingness of the political hierarchy of the City of Los Angeles to cope with its continuing Structural Deficit, its failing streets, its $10 billion unfunded pension liability, and its impending insolvency is proof positive why Angelenos (and Californians) must vote Yes on Proposition 32 (better known as “Stop […]

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California is a Battleground State —With Ballot Measures

Jack Humphreville
LA Watchdog writer for CityWatch, President of the DWP Advocacy Committee, Ratepayer Advocate for the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council, and Publisher of the Recycler

Crossposted on City Watch California is not considered to be a battleground state because the polls indicate that President Obama is going to trounce Mitt Romney.  And in the other statewide race, debate wary 79 year old Diane Feinstein is a heavy favorite to win reelection against unknown Elizabeth Emken. But the advertising industry does […]

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Something Is Fishy at the Port of Los Angeles

Jack Humphreville
LA Watchdog writer for CityWatch, President of the DWP Advocacy Committee, Ratepayer Advocate for the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council, and Publisher of the Recycler

Crossposted on LA City Watch The Port of Los Angeles (the “Port”), one of the City’s three proprietary departments along with the Department of Water and Power and Los Angeles World Airports, is the leading container port in the United States.  And along with the Port of Long Beach, they control 72% of the West […]

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