The Voice of OC looks at the cost of a pension for one of the Orange County supervisors.
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Today is Monday, July 22, and here is what's happening in Southern California politics:
In Rick Orlov's Tipoff column, Mayor Eric Garcetti adjusts to his new role, city council members get old new cars, and Councilman Tom LaBonge celebrates Hollywood.
A new art exhibit in Highland Park recognizes Mayor Eric Garcetti and members of the Los Angeles City Council, reports the Los Angeles Times. "There's a moody painting of Councilman Gil Cedillo in blue and a sculptural interpretation of City Atty. Mike Feuer. One of the most detailed works is a meticulous etching of City Controller Ron Galperin," according to The Times.
Candidates in Los Angeles' Sixth District, Nury Martinez and Cindy Montanez, promise to clean up neighborhoods that frequently see illegal dumping and trash, reports the Daily News. "Definitely (the district) needs some TLC," says VICA's Stuart Waldman.
The Voice of OC looks at the pension benefits of Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach. "By some estimates ... he is likely to end up with a retirement payout eerily close to what a public safety officer would receive after a three-decade career," according to the website.
Jay Leno previews the California Highway Patrol's new car, per the Sacramento Bee.
- LA County Board of Supervisors: Report from Citizens’ Commission on Jail Violence (9:30 a.m.)
- Orange County Board of Supervisors: Approve parking agreement for John Wayne Airport (9:30 a.m.)
- LA City Council: Recommendation to approve funding for Saturday Night Lights (10 a.m.)
- Anaheim City Council: Authorize funds for water utility capital projects (5 p.m.)
- Long Beach City Council: Report on taxi cabs (5 p.m.)
- LA City Council: Vote on Millennium Hollywood project (10 a.m.)
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