LOS ANGELES, Feb. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- California Governor Jerry Brown has called for abolishing the cash-rich Community Redevelopment Agencies (CRA's) so their funds can pay off the State's massive debt. The Full Disclosure Network is releasing an exclusive two-part television interview with long-time veteran newsman Ron Kaye, Editor of the L. A. Daily News (1984-2008) who describes waste and fraud in CRA redevelopment projects. The series is to be featured on community and public cable television channels throughout out California, in major U. S. cities and online at the Internet website http://www.fulldisclosure.net/ (six segments of 8 minutes each are available here from the title links below).
Veteran Newsman Ron Kaye, describes the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) that has been plagued with cronyism and corruption.
Newsman Ron Kaye describes the most notorious CRA project with a developer who has a history of bankruptcy. He suggests that Governor Brown's proposal to abolish the CRA Agencies statewide is a good idea
Bureaucrats not produced intended results to benefit the public. Ron Kaye suggests there is a need to rethink how blighted neighborhoods could be helped instead of subsidizing politically favored developers.
In this segment Ron Kaye says the State budget crisis worsens, politicians bicker, refusing to cut a deal with the Governor. He laments circumstances in LA have been driven by a powerful few and special interests have compounded the problem.
Ron Kaye says things need to be shaken up and he responds to the question..... does he fear being isolated by the system for saying so?
Newsman Ron Kaye suggests that America has to change, economically and politically…. people need to feel they have the power to affect their circumstances. "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness".
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