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The office of Councilwoman Sepi Shyne released her first 120 days statement in office where she states that she has fulfilled half of her campaign platform pledges. The first 120 days statement reads as follows: Since her commanding and historic election...
"WE WON!" WeHo Mayor John Jude Duran, posted on his Facebook timeline this morning following yesterday's November 6 elections in which Democrats won back control of the House of Representatives, but lost seats in the Senate. Below are his remarks...
Early vote count shows challengers Sepi Shyne and John Erickson leading in the race for two open city council seats in the West Hollywood Municipal election. The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office posted results, as of November 4, 2020,...
The Log Cabin Republicans Los Angeles are rejoicing after President Donald Trump FINALLY recognized the existence of LGBT Pride Month...via a tweet. Never you mind that it took the President three years into his office to value the millions...
The second man to die in the home of former Democratic donor Ed Buck, has been identified as 55-year-old Timothy Dean. He was employee at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills and also has a gay porn past under...
“I am very excited to announce my candidacy for Supervisorial District 3,” said West Hollywood Mayor Lindsey Horvath in a statement. “I am ready to get to work on issues ranging from homelessness to transportation, justice to the environment,...
It was a festive, but low key reorganization and installation ceremony this past Monday, when John D'Amico was officially sworn-in as Mayor of West Hollywood and Lindsey Horvath was sworn-in as Mayor Pro Tempore. Mayor John D’Amico's Oath of Office...
We spotted newly West Hollywood City Council elect John Erickson, dancing and cheering in the middle of Santa Monica Boulevard this past Saturday, November 7, 2020. Erickson joined hundreds of community members who celebrated the big Presidential win for...
It was a cringe-inducing, if not fascinating West Hollywood city council meeting this week, on Monday March 4, when council members found themselves in an uncomfortable debate over how to punish now former Mayor John Duran over sexual misconduct...
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