Monday, July 23, 2007

County Takes Over Recall Election

Lynwood, CA - State legislature voted on Friday to allow county election officials to take over Lynwood's recall election.

Read story from LA Times.
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Read Story from Wavenewspapers here.

Jim Morton (For Vasquez' Seat)

Aide Castro (For Vasquez' Seat)

Walter Lopez (For Pedroza's Seat)

Edwin Jacinto (For Pedroza's Seat)

Ramon Rodriguez (For Pedroza's Seat)

Andrea Hooper (For Johnson's Seat)

Jose Antonio Martinez (For Johnson's Seat)

Alfredo Flores (For Byrd's Seat)

Patricia Carr (For Byrd's Seat)

Margaret Araujo (For Byrd's Seat)

Louis Byrd (Incumbent)

Leticia Vasquez (Incumbent)

Alfreddie Johnson (Incumbent)

Fernando Pedroza (Incumbent)

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Judge Orders Recall Election to Move Forward

Lynwood, CA - Despite allegations by councilmembers of fraud, Court Judge Dzintra I. Janavs ordered the recall election to continue.

Read story here.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Arnoldo Beltran Fired as City Attorney

Lynwood, CA - Arnoldo Beltran, who has been highly criticized for his excesive billing to the Ctiy, was fired as city attorney by a 4-1 vote of the City Council.

Read story here.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Lynwood City Council Approves Changes to Promenade

Lynwood, CA - The Lynwood city council approved July 17, 2007 an amendment to the proposed promenade project. A press release was made public before the council voted on the item.

Read story here.

Thursday, July 05, 2007

Cadidate Packages for Recall Election Ready

Candidate Packages for the recall election can be picked up in the
City Manager’s Office
effective immediately.

Deadline is July 12 2007, 5:00p.m. PST.

For questions please call (310) 603-0220 ext. 501.

Office Hours:

July 5, 2007
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

July 9 - 12, 2007
7:30 am - 5:00 pm

Please remember to VOTE !!!

City's website here.

Councilmembers Fear Facing Electorate

Lynwood, CA - The Press Telegram reports that the Lynwood City Council members that are target of a recall, may be afraid of losing their plum jobs and facing the electorate.

Read story here.