PLANNING WATCH-If you live, work in, or visit LA, you know that the city’s sidewalks desperately need repairs,
LA WATCHDOG--Governor Newsom’s advisors announced that the State faces a $54.3 billion deficit through June 30, 2021, of which $13.4 billion occurs in this fiscal year ending on June 30 and $40.9 billion is in the upcoming year beginning on July 1.
TRANSIT LA-Since March 19, 2020, California has been under COVID-19 restrictions, and Metro is just now discussing the possibilities of requiring all bus and train riders to wear face masks.
GUEST WORDS飞艇计划首页--The Senate just unanimously passed a $483 billion coronavirus aid package in addition to the $2.2 trillion previously authorized by The CARES Act to soften the economic impact of Covid-19 on Americans.
ALPERN AT LARGE飞艇计划首页--Much of the problem with current liberal politics--and it's probably tearing up moderate liberals the most (the so-called "JFK Democrats" or "Blue Dog Democrats) is that things are evolving and without coherence so fast that it's difficult to determine who to despise more, President Trump, Governor Newsom, or Mayor Garcetti.
LAST OF A SERIES-It’s not fair to our kids to saddle them with costs from today’s workforce, and it’s not fair to today’s workforce if we’re not setting aside enough money to pay what they’ve been promised.
RANTZ & RAVEZ飞艇计划首页-We have all witnessed the recent changing attitudes of family members, neighbors, and friends.
EASTSIDER-Dear Governor Newsom: Since you control, directly or indirectly, the majority of the CalPERS Board, it is likely that you would be blamed if there’s a major CalPERS crisis. Thus, this letter.
REVIEW飞艇计划首页-Michael Moore and Jeff Gibbs's new film is so full of weak analysis, misinformation, and misplaced invective that I worry it will cause more harm than good.
GELFAND’S WORLD--There are a few points that have been established pretty soundly about the epidemic:
ONE MAN’S OPINION-There are varying degrees of destruction.
ANIMAL WATCH-GM Brenda Barnette let Assistant GM Tammy Watson announce the bad news at the LA Animal Services Board of Commissioners meeting that 94 dog bites/attacks occurred in LAAS animal shelters during 2019.