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    West Hollywood Mayor John Erickson Hosts Meet and Greet at Javista

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    West Hollywood Mayor John Erickson moved his monthly meet-and-greet event known as “Saturday in Plummer Park with John” to Javista Coffee located at 7494 Santa Monica Blvd. The gathering moved down the street from the park due to heavy rain this morning.

    The newly sworn-in mayor met with WeHo community members, West Hollywood commissioners and board members for a chance to answer questions, discuss community concerns or just mingle. He also had a chance to chat with the owner and staff at Javista Coffee.

    Meet and greet with West Hollywood Mayor John Erickson (L-R) – Photo courtesy of Catherine Eng

    “Have an issue? Need to get connected to services? Just want to chat with your Mayor? This is our thirtieth event in Plummer Park and I’m looking forward to you all joining us! Please bring a chair, a reusable cup for some coffee, and your dog (or cat), and let’s talk!
    Come to the Great Lawn (along Vista St.) at Plummer Park and meet and speak with West Hollywood Mayor John M. Erickson. Can’t make this event? Email John at [email protected].”

    About Javista Coffee

    It was early 2010. Javista founders Armond & David were mulling over ideas for a new venture. They envisioned a simple coffee shop where care for craft and people could serve as the basis for good business. They believed that work could be fun, and that great coffee and kind service would find fans.

    They turned to old friends at Urth Caffe to help them hone their coffee and tea chops. And a year or so later they opened the doors of Javista.

    The quick success of their small Hollywood coffeeshop on a sleepy block of Sunset Boulevard was welcome news. At a time when specialty coffee was not as pervasive and seemed somewhat unapproachable, they had managed to create a cozy and welcoming shop, serving great coffee with a relaxed attitude. Their vision of a care-driven business was a thriving reality.

    ​That was 2012. Today, thousands of espresso shots and hundreds of new friends later, we know firmly what we wondered then: that care for our craft, care for our staff and customers, care for our community and the world at large, is not only viable, but is vital to success and happiness.

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    Paulo Murillo
    Paulo Murillohttps://wehotimes.com
    Paulo Murillo is Editor in Chief and Publisher of WEHO TIMES. He brings over 20 years of experience as a columnist, reporter, and photo journalist. Murillo began his professional writing career as the author of “Love Ya, Mean It,” an irreverent and sometimes controversial West Hollywood lifestyle column for FAB! newspaper. His work has appeared in numerous print and online publications, which include the “Hot Topic” column in Frontiers magazine, where he covered breaking news and local events in West Hollywood. He can be reached at [email protected]

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    Alan Strasburg
    Alan Strasburg
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    5 months ago

    Oooh, eight people showed up. That’s four more than typically show up to the park. Rain is good for business.

    FaggyEyedGuy
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    Reply to  Alan Strasburg
    5 months ago

    You with all your uppity intellectual hubris and yet you completely miss the point that these meetings are more about the Mayor making himself available to the public and not so much about numbers.

    Glad to not be you
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    Reply to  Alan Strasburg
    5 months ago

    in addition to proving your mean spirited-ness and snark; you’ve proven you can’t count.
    There are 10 individuals shown at this event and of course this also needs to be explained, that not everyone present was photographed.

    Kiss it
    Kiss it
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    5 months ago

    How did he come here I’ve never heard of him till now

    Deborah Smith
    Deborah Smith
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    5 months ago

    Unethical Erickson has been on the wrong side of every vote and issue that has mattered to me since he became a council member. I pray that he will move on after his term ends.

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