Thursday, September 10, 2009

LA Daily Blog UPDATE for Thursday -- A LOT OF NEW CONTENT!

[Pictured: Dave listening to Constituent Debbie's citywide concerns at Richard Riearend's place Downtown with that "old school" diner look, suitable for framing. Thanks for the instant classic B&W portrait, Debbie!]

A LOT OF NEW BLOG THREADS TODAY, SO I LIKE TO SIMPLIFY IT FOR READERS WITH EVERYTHING ON ONE THREAD: (O.K.! It was just an excuse to post this fun picture -- AND these quotes about City Council Candidate Zuma Dogg):

"In fact, in his first years on the scene, he was quietly derided by insiders, including a gaggle of journalists who attend council meetings. He was persistent, and now, even critics must admit, his growing expertise on city policy and city government, have changed all that. Once derided, Zuma Dogg earned respect- LA Weekly

"But I think when it comes to Zuma Dogg who is undoubtedly the king of public comment its not his antics that bother the pols. Its the fact that Zuma puts a spotlight on the shadiness.Its no wonder Alarcon is trying to put a stop to this. Zuma has been very effective in bringing media attention to City Hall, unlike his predecessors, and has raised awareness of shadiness to new levels. Even if you don't like Zuma you can't deny that. Even though I sometimes don't agree with Zuma, it is clear he has had an impact that makes many of the electeds nervous. " - Mayor Sam Blog Founder/Publisher Michael Higby

"I do not want Zuma Dogg dictating policy for the City of Los Angeles." - L.A. City Councilmember Richard Alarcon

"Zuma Dogg speaks the truth!" - Doug McIntyre/790 KABC radio

"I consider you to be a prophet." - L.A. City Councilmember

"You know you're a genius, Zuma Dogg. You're the one figuring out all the stuff they are coming up with." - L.A. City Councilmember

"Zuma Dogg has done a lot of good for the people of Los Angeles. He's a good man." - L.A. City Councilmember Dennis Zine
BEST OF ARCHIVES:

Special Event Fee Waiver Abuse/Jack Weiss Memo

ZD's Call for Quality & Productivity at LA City Hall

LA City's Non-Profit Housing (The most profitable racket in town)

Grand Avenue Project

ZD's "State of the Region" (SCAG Pt 1)

ZD's "State of the Region" (SCAG Pt 2)

Zuma Dogg on Empowerment and Innovation

Al Ries & Jack Trout (Marketing Warfare)

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