Saturday, October 22, 2016

Ed Reyes

State bullet train might take a detour under Dodger Stadium

The plans to build a high speed rail line near the Los Angeles River and through Cypress Park and Glassell Park has drawn opposition from river advocates, including Councilman Ed Reyes. So, after several years of lobbying federal officials and state railway builders, engineers involved in ... Read More »

Elysian Park Winter Wonderland washed out

L.A. kids may love to play in the snow but apparently not the rain. The same goes for Councilman Ed Reyes, who today decided to take his annual his Winter Wonderland in Elysian Park indoors to shelter about 400 children and staff from the rain, reports ... Read More »

A one-sided political debate over Council District 1

The Eastsider had intended to post KNBC video interviews of the candidates running for Council District One. But it turns out only challenger Jesse Rosas was interviewed. Why not incumbent Ed Reyes? Well we don’t know because his officer never bothered to return the phone calls ... Read More »

Robocop Reyes reporting for duty

Councilman Ed Reyes takes a spin on one of six T3 Personal Mobility Vehicles his office donated to the LAPD to help patrol Lincoln Heights, Highland Park and other neighborhoods in the First Council District. The T3s are valued at $10,000 each, according to Reyes’ blog. ... Read More »

Councilman Reyes wants more rooftop recreation

After working to turn the banks of the Los Angeles River into open green space, Councilman Ed Reyes, campaigning for reelection in March, said it’s now time to look elsewhere for available park space. Like on a roof. “If you look at the maintenance yards of ... Read More »

Eastside News & Notes for August 8

The sheriff deputy slain outside his parents’ Cypress Park home was “well respected” by some of the high-risk inmates he guarded. Councilman Ed Reyes seeks a new ordinance to govern sober-living homes following resident complaints. Boyle Heights street vendors are robbed by a man impersonating a ... Read More »

Eastside news & notes for August 7

Deputy Juan Abel Escalante was shot in the back and may not have seen his killer (LAT). “We will have justice,” Councilman Ed Reyes said at a prayer vigil in honor of the Cypress Park resident. (LA Weekly). A neighbor echos a common concern: “We’re just ... Read More »