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Nominate G. Juan Johnson
2020 Council District 10
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July 10, 2019
From July 10 protests and tenant information gathering at 1200 W 7th Street at Los Angeles Housing Department and Rent Control Departments. I was there in support with numerous tenants rights groups. Bringing housing corruption from the shadows into the light. Yes, Virginia, you can fight city hall! The lady in black with walkie talkie was security person assigned to take pictures of the peaceful assembly of tenants from all walks of life seeking fair housing in Los Angeles. Why was she taking pictures: is it a crime to ask for fair housing? (More pictures can also be seen on the campaign Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LAUSA2020/ )
Does Mayor Garcetti realize that manufactured homes are already built so the city does not have to make tenants wait 7 months to 10 years for housing to be built?
The Los Angeles “Turf Wars” – Should affordable and market rate housing exist side by side?
Nobles Knights & Serfs- The Middle Ages