The L.A. Times today reports that Councilman Jose Huizar, whose 14th district ranges from Eagle Rock to Boyle Heights, once ranked the support and influence of neighborhood leaders, police officers, activists and groups on a seven-point scale, with “3″ being the highest score and a “-3″ the lowest. The Times posted a copy of Huizar’s Community Power Analysis for Northeast L.A., which was provided to the Times by Huizar’s election opponent, Rudy Martinez. The Northeast L.A. lists ranks more than just people, The Times found:
Even municipal buildings were assessed. One list gave Fire Station 55 on York Boulevard a 2 out of 5 in terms of political clout. Another ranked the Eagle Rock Public Library as a zero, which meant it was not on the radar politically, the list reads.
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