Miss last week’s headlines? Here’s a look back on what happened in West Hollywood.
A group of local activists are trying to get The group is seeking to limit the City Council to three four-year terms, for a maximum of 12 years which can be served continuously or staggered. The group will begin collecting signatures on a petition to qualify the item for the ballot within the next few weeks.
Sheriff’s deputies have following a shooting there on July 22. Deputies are now strictly enforcing the 10 p.m. closing time and encourage everyone to call the sheriff’s station if they see anything suspicious.
West Hollywood apartment starting on September 1. The Rent Stabilization Commission approved the annual increase which is tied to Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County Consumer Price Index.
The in the 50th Assembly district race due to problems with credentialing members. Club officials discovered they were using an out-of-date list to check members in and didn’t have the latest membership information readily available. The group will hold its endorsement vote at its Aug. 27 meeting.
West Hollywood resident Khatuna Lorig is a A native of the former Soviet Union, Lorig has competed in four other Olympics, starting in 1992.
Blogger , offering an historical perspective on the matter. Reminding that “absolute power corrupts absolutely,” he suggests that term limits would allow new ideas and fresh faces into West Hollywood city politics.
Blogger , noting that meetings which run past 11 p.m. often prevent public participation. He said that residents who might want to speak on a particular item often leave before the item is heard because they have work the next day and can’t stay out late.
Blogger which recently announced it is about to run out of money despite years of assuring residents it was fiscally sound. He wonders why the media isn’t examining the financial records of cities more closely to help sound the alarm sooner.
Blogger While not dismissing the valid reasons for issuing those penalties, he wonders if they were not too severe and may end up hurting future generations, especially those who need the football scholarships the most.