Editorial: Tired of City Hall scandals? This is the moment to reform Los Angeles city government.
The way that politicians in Los Angeles handle their city government is a national embarrassment. It is time for a city leader who is willing to put his or her city on the right track. While it might be a bold and radical act to reform City Hall, Los Angeles is still a city that is not doing well. However, there are many challenges facing Los Angeles, but for the first time in 30 or 40 years, the city is beginning to reform city government.
It is time for Los Angeles to adopt a new city motto. “It’s the people’s business.” Los Angeles, if you choose to reform Los Angeles, you will need to reform government. In order to reform government, you will need a new city motto. However, I have come up with my own.
“I’m an L.A. citizen, and I care about this country.”
It’s the people’s business.
It’s the people’s business to create a city that cares about the people. It’s the people’s business to solve the problems that affect everyone. It’s the people’s business to create an environment where everyone has a fair shot at a quality of life that is worth living. It’s also the business of the city to make the city look good. It can be as simple as putting an emphasis on improving the quality of the neighborhoods, providing a good public school system, having the best police force in the nation, and making sure that the residents are not left at the mercy of corrupt City Hall.
In order to do all of this, the government has to change. The government, the rules, and the laws must have a focus on solving the problems rather than being used as a political football. The new motto for Los Angeles city government cannot be, “The people’s business.”
The people’s business must focus on the following:
Solve the problems that plague Los Angeles. The city government has had an unwinnable, continuous, and corrupt pattern of focusing on the problem of illegal aliens – instead of the problems that plague Los Angeles residents. In order to reform city government, we need to focus on the