Saturday, January 30, 2010

Council Theif Richard alarCON Reduced To COMEDY FODDER For L.A. Times Mill: ALARcon, Even L.A. Times is taking comedy shots at you now, CLOWN!

[Pictured: Not only does alarCON look tired from living in fear of D.A. charges...now he's a humiliated joker as nothing more than comedy fodder for L.A. Times.]

Oh my goodness...looks like former Top-40 renegade programmer Randy Michael's effect may have been felt today in the L.A. Times, as they do a story about shady, theif Richard alarCON and his confusing housing situation. THERE IS NOTHING NEW OR NEWSWORTHY IN THIS L.A. TIMES ARTILCE...JUST A SHEER COMEDY POTSHOT ON THE SOON TO BE STEPPING DOWN COFFER-ROBBER.

LA TIMES:

Money & Company

Tracking the market and economic trends that shape your finances.

Helping Richard Alarcon solve his possible housing woes

January 30, 2010

Will the 7th District councilman’s real home please stand up?

For the last few weeks, the Los Angeles County district attorney has been investigating whether Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon, 56, claimed residence in a Panorama City house in the 7th District, which Alarcon represents, while actually living in a 2nd District Sun Valley home. Alarcon told The Times that he does live in the house on Nordhoff Street in Panorama City but had been staying at another family home in Sun Valley while modifications were made to the Nordhoff house to make it more secure.

Meanwhile, let’s take a quick look at what’s on the market in the 7th Council District, just in case Alarcon finds himself shopping around. Realtor.com showed 192 listings in the Panorama City area Thursday. Here’s a sampling of some of the best buys we found in the councilman’s home district.

8746 Wakefield Ave

8746 Wakefield Ave.

Listed at $199,000 on Realtor.com, this single-family home was built in 1948 and has three bedrooms and 1.75 bathrooms in 1,391 square feet and a pool. Why so cheap? It’s a short sale, says listing agent Gabe Ostrow of Pinnacle Estate Properties Inc. in Encino, who values the property at $230,000 to $280,000. “It needs some cosmetic work but is a solid buy,” he adds. According to Redfin.com, the home last sold on Oct. 23, 2002, for $270,000 and has been on the market for nearly three months.

SENATOR ALARCLOWN, HERE ARE MORE LISTINGS FROM THE L.A. TIMES ARTICLE. And a warning to the up and coming youth...BE STRONG, BELIEVE IN YOURSELF AND "JUST SAY NO" TO HOOKING YOUR CART TO ORGANIZED CRIME RINGS! Before you know it, they have their hooks in you, and are controlling you like a puppet, making you do things that put you at risk...THEN YOU are left holding the bad and if you sing...WELL, it turn out worse than if you didn't. So kids...PLEASE DO NOT BE SO WEAK THAT YOU SELL YOUR SOUL TO AN ORGANIZED CRIME RING, JUST BECAUSE YOU ARE A WEAK CHARACTER!

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