Monday, October 24, 2016

East L.A. is tops in low-water use; McMansions may get harder to build in El Sereno; election results

Gold Line Big Top, Highland Park | Katrina Alexy

Metro Big Top, Highland Park | Katrina Alexy

MOrning Report

  • Water use in East L.A. is the lowest in Southern California, averaging 48 gallons a day per person. L.A. Now
  • The City Council has taken a step to stop the construction of McMansions in a proposed historic district in El Sereno and other parts of the city. Daily News
  • Termed-out County Supervisor Gloria Molina, who is running against Jose Huizar in next year’s Council District 14 election,  is prepared for a tough campaign. “They’re going to cut me pretty good … It’s going to be uncomfortable.”  Downtown News
  • Incumbents Kevin De Leon and Jimmy Gomez were the top vote getters in their respective state senate and state assembly races in Tuesday’s election.

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  1. That Molina interview was a piece of work. Molina opens by saying “They’re going to cut me pretty good,” and then pulls out the Godoy harassment thing (talking about it to say she doesn’t want to talk about it), and the car accident (which is a nothing issue).

    And then, the icing: as much as admitting that CD14 is just a temporary perch on the way to a mayor bid. The brazen self-regard is unreal.

  2. Obviously wealthier areas can afford more waste. Usage should be measured according to a percentage decrease of overall usage. That’s a more accurate measure of people’s commitment to altering their own water-consumption habits. At which point, I’m certain that these wealthier areas can shed their brazen profile of wasteful entitlement and easily exceed an 8% decrease in water consumption. In fact, it may be time to prescribe a decrease to these households, which (as usual) expect the less wealthy to do all of the heavy-lifting in times of crisis.

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