Another Terrace Morning
If you don't know, yesterday went like this: Harris pulled further ahead of Cooley, then plateaued. The County passed a widespread plastic bag ban yesterday for the County's unincorporated areas, which includes a 10 cent charge per paper bag distributed; Yaroslavsky calls it a strike against "urban tumbleweeds." The LAUSD canceled a $3.7 million construction consulting contract with Consilia LLC, mostly because it looked like it had performed its work as a subcontractor, a District no-no. And Bill Nye the Science Guy collapsed mid-sentence in a speech to students at USC, and students responded by tweeting it.
There's no question: murder is on the upswing in the City. And the murder of Ronnie Chasen, a Beverly Hills crime, has rattled everybody in Hollywood. No leads the heat will talk about.
I don't think a DWP Ratepayer Advocate would have done a thing anyway--it's kind of like a student council liaison to your school's board of trustees--but it will do even less now.
But here's something worthwhile on the March ballot--and it's from Garcetti and Huizar--a raising of the funds available to matching fund candidates.
A guy at Breitbart's big bluehair blog gets a traffic ticket and sees a vast conspiracy.
Nobody from LA is being considered for the new State redistricting commission, hah hah.
Some words in defense of Venice's "mobile-migratory lifestyle", from one of the practitioners.
Unrelated: a civic Med420 tax will hit the March ballot.