Sunday, June 14, 2009

NEW: Council Motion Regarding City Attorney-elect Carmen Trutanich's Office: Council looks for money for 8 new positions

HERE'S THE FANCY WAY OF SAYING THE CITY NOW HAS TO PAY FOR EIGHT PEOPLE FOR THE CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE BECAUSE OF WHAT ROCKTARD DID, AND BECAUSE SHAMELESS LOSERS REFUSE TO LEAVE WITH DIGNITY. SO ZUMA DOGG HAS TO SHAKE THEM OUT: Imagine the outrage once this hits TV 35:

In accordance with Charter Section 1050(d), the City Attorney may appoint to serve at the pleasure of the City Attorney from among persons not then employed in the Office of the City Attorney no more than four assistants who meet the qualifications for those positions, and no more than four other persons. The appointment of all persons serving at the pleasure of the City Attorney terminate when the succeeding City Attorney is sworn in, unless reappointed by the succeeding City Attorney. However, it has been recently reported that the current City Attorney has no such appointments that would terminate upon the end of this term. Rather, the majority of the current City Attorney employees are in "tenured" dead-weight, shameless, loser positions.

Because of the tenured dead-weight loser status of the current City Attorney lazy-ass employees (like Ben Austin and Nick Velasquez) , pending budget reductions and the lack of vacancies in the Office of City Attorney, the flexibility of the City Attorney-elect to bring in his management and administrative team is limited. We need to make every effort to assist the City Attorney-elect during this transition period, so he doesn't investigate us, and to provide the necessary resources to enable him to perform the duties of his office to investigate people, like the ones who vote "no" on this motion.

I THEREFORE MOVE that the City Administrative Officer and the Chief Legislative Analyst to report back to the City Council by June 19, 2009 with the recommendations to provide the necessary qualifications for those positions, and no more than four other persons, in accordance with Charter Section 1050(d).

Presented by: Dennis P. Zine, Councilmember
Seconded by: Eric Garcetti, Zuma Dogg, Janice Hahn

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