Jim Dear Boulevard will soon be only a memory after the Carson City Council voted 3-1 Tuesday night July 21, 2015 to have five signs identifying it removed. The sign here seen at the Avalon Boulevard exit from the 405 Freeway soon will be gone from the roadway that will travel through the old landfill […]
Carson Mayor Al Robles, Jim Dear take election rivalry to court Carson Mayor Albert Robles, who is defiantly seeking election to two offices. That the District Attorney’s Office says he can’t hold simultaneously. Is embroiled in a web of new lawsuits related to the November election. Robles, a defense attorney, faces only former City Clerk Jim […]
A Secretive State Gang Database Critics’s Nightmares Verified. An explosive state audit confirms many of the fears of the public and that San Diego Assemblywoman Shirley Weber have long expressed about the state’s gang database: that it cannot ensure individual’s privacy, that people can be entered in the database without proper substantiation and that people […]
San Pedro’s Michael Oreb New Harbor Area LAPD Commander. He’ll have his hands full but being local is sure to add a boost to getting the job done. Being familiar with the Harbor area community, its’ families and businesses brings a dimension that will provide immediate trust in his ability to communicate effectively and build […]
Unstable Clerk Jim Dear Cracks Under Stress in front of LA News Group’s editorial board. Whether you love him or hate this elected City Clerk the compassionate thing to do is remove him from public office for his own health and safety as well as the public. Carson City Clerk Jim Dear made racist comments […]
The controversial Ex-Compton School Boardmember Skyy Fisher Sentenced to Prison for 6 years on his sexual assault conviction. Fisher had refused to step down from the school board after his arrest in 2014 and had run for re-election in November 2015 garnering a miserable 4.4% of the vote. The next month he went to trial […]
Commercial marijuana businesses get a green light in Carson Carson opened its doors to commercial marijuana growing, testing and manufacturing during a special meeting Thursday. The City Council also approved licensing door-to-door delivery operations and added restrictions on personal-use cultivation allowed by the state beginning Jan. 1, requiring random home inspections. Council members stopped short […]
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