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Councilman Ed Reyes tried to rally his colleagues, though, suggesting that their power was being eroded.
Councilman Eric Garcetti is the only member traveling on city business, taking a taxpayer-funded trip to Armenia and Beirut as part of the Sister City program.
The council is operating with reduced numbers, with vacancies in the seats held by now-Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and former Councilman Martin Ludlow, who resigned to accept the job of secretary-treasurer of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO.
color) City Councilman Jim Root, seen here in Sept.
Forget, too, about all the opposition that will be mobilized, from Mayor Bill Bogaard to the residents' associations and preservationists that threatened Councilman Steve Madison this spring with a recall - political blackmail, as Holden called it then.
Pasadena City Councilman Chris Holden, son of former L.
Ludlow has been a councilman for two years representing the 10th District - including the mid-Wilshire area, parts of south Los Angeles and Koreatown - where he has tackled economic development and gang problems.
Speculation over Ludlow's successor to the council centered Tuesday on former Assembly Speaker Herb Wesson, who worked as a deputy for six years for former Councilman Nate Holden.
It's sort of a lynch mob mentality,'' said councilman Chris Holden, who wants the city to pursue a deal with the NFL.
The councilman, who was easily re-elected to his second term in March, split with Hahn over the mayor's plan to ask city voters to approve a half-percent sales tax to hire more police.
Mayor James Hahn and Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa - after their sometimes harsh debate at CSUN last Monday - turned all squishy and nice for most of the week as they picked up a range of endorsements.