It is comforting to know that Councilman Huizar is now taking an active role in the debacle of the Eagle Rock elections. I hope that his concern will also embrace a hard look at the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council elections and what happened in Monterey Hills.
On Monday, Oct 15, right after the ASNC elections were over, I contacted Councilman Huizar’s El Sereno office to schedule a one-on-one meeting with him. I spoke to Julio Esperias who wanted to know why I was requesting the meeting. I began the mantra “I have a concern about the ASNC and specifically about the just held ASNC elections with reference to Monterey Hills.” I subsequently spoke to Esperias on Tuesday, October 16 and he said he would need to talk to his Supervisor, Zenay Loera and would get back to me.
On Friday, October 19 I called Esperias once again and repeated my request for the one-on-one-meeting with Councilman Huizar taking up the mantra “I have a concern about the ASNC and specifically about the just held ASNC elections with reference to Monterey Hills.” Esperias said to me “you would probably not get a meeting with Councilman Huizar”.
I contacted Zenay Loera the following Monday, October 22 and repeated the mantra “I have a concern about the ASNC and specifically about the just held ASNC elections with reference to Monterey Hills."
I also expressed a newly developed concern which came up in the phone conversation I had with Esperias on Friday, October 19 when he stated "I have done my research on you and if it is about Judy Knapton or Factual-Based Status ... " As I had neither indicated nor expressed the subject matter of Judy Knapton or Factual-Based Status, I wondered why Esperias was bringing this up.
I have yet to hear back from Councilman Huizar’s office about my request for a one-on-one meeting.
I only want to express a concern, is that too much to ask?