When Sunland-Tujunga Home Depot was a big issue, someone who runs their own East L.A. based PR firm, told Mr. Dogg, that then CD 2 Councilmember Wendy Greuel (secretly) hired her, to run an anti-Home Depot campaign in Sunland-Tujunga.
Zuma Dogg, then discovered, when it was told to him by someone inside city hall, that Wendy Greuel's mother owned, "Frontier Supply," a building supply yard, that certainly would have been CRUSHED, if not put out of business, if the nearby Home Depot was to open.
Wendy Greuel is now the owner of Frontier Supply.
Wendy Greuel was against the Home Depot project.
Did she disclose that her family business, of which she is now owner, when she voted "NO" on Home Depot.
If it is true that she privately hired a PR firm to thwart Home Depot's effort, that is conspiracy to tilt economic scales for your own personal enrichment?
Furthermore, Zuma Dogg was told by someone, inside City Council chambers, if one were to check the list of project approvals in Wendy Greuel's district, while she was Councilmember, would it show there was "quid pro quo" in getting CD2 project approvals? In other words, if you agreed to use, "Frontier Supply," for the project, was project facilitation, "fast-tracked?"
These are two separate allegations, from two separate people, about one Los Angeles Candidate for Mayor.
Also for 9/7/11 - GOOD READ: CIM/PENSION FRAUD: ZD's new blogging crony sent this good, detailed history of "CIM PENSION FRAUD": WHO ARE (cont) http://t.co/w86FhAT