Grammy Award Winning Housedwelling Kanye Album Producing Hollywood Landlord Anthony Kilhoffer And His Delusional Demented Psychopathic Anti-Homeless Rants — Addressed Mostly To Mitch O’Farrell’s Hollywood Minion Dan Halden — Who Listened Sympathetically — And Set Up Meetings For Kilhoffer With Himself — And Neighborhood Prosecutor Steve Houchin — And Supreme Hollywood Cop Commander Cory Palka — And Neighborhood Council People — And So On — Which Goes To Show That Being An Unhinged Lunatic Isn’t A Bar To Being Taken Seriously By The City Of Los Angeles About Homeless Policy — Not If You’re A Housedwelling Property Owner It’s Not — And Six Months Of Kilhoffer’s Screeching Produced A Sweep — And The Encampment Was Back In Less Than Three Months — And The Cycle Begins Again

One of the perennially interesting unsolved questions in the theory of Los Angeles1 is who gets to meet with City officials to express their concerns and how and why they do. Why is it that some people have to rant and wave puppets during open public comment while councilmembers ignore them as they fool with their phones playing candy crush or swiping right on their staffies while others get all the face time they ask for, monthly breakfasts with the field staff, meetings, coffee dates, and so on? As with many such questions I certainly have my suspicions about the answer, but evidence has been hard to come by.

Leaving aside the case of zillionaires, who obviously get to meet just because they’re zillionaires, there was this one interesting episode from 2016 where scumbag cat-kicking K-Town slumlord Bryan Kim offered to donate a lot of money to Mitch O’Farrell for having arranged an encampment sweep and then wanted to meet with El Mitch and El Mitch’s consigliere Marisol Rodriguez was all like is he respectful because if so maybe a meeting would be a good idea because it would create the impression that Mitch cares about his constituents.2

This gave me the feeling that in order to meet with these people, in order to have them take one’s concerns seriously, it was at least necessary to be willing to observe some social boundaries, willing to play along, to take a seat at the table, to have concerns the addressing of which would in some way create some direct or indirect political advantage for the council office. This would be disconcerting but, I guess, understandable given the incentives under which City electeds labor.

However, I just recently obtained a string of emails between O’Farrell flunky slash Hollywood button man Dan Halden and a couple of really angry, really unhinged housedwellers which pretty much shoots that theory all to hell. These housedwellers, who are, incidentally, famed Grammy-winning Kanye producer Anthony Kilhoffer and his wife Amy Taylor, want some homeless human beings scraped off the sidewalks on Cole Avenue between Lexington and Santa Monica Boulevard in order to increase the value of their rental property and to soothe their offended aesthetic sensibilities.

Interestingly, once Taylor hears that Dan Halden is going to deal with the matter, she’s very careful to reassure him that she’s a loving human being. This is a super-common trope in this genre. I love all mankind, but I’m scared, so morality no longer applies:

I want you to understand that I empathize with the issues regarding those who cannot afford homes/shelters in Los Angeles. We are not heartless nor.are we blind to the adversities facing low income individuals in these times. But when it becomes an issue of safety, our children’s play spaces, and sanitation -then we need to act quickly and aggressively.

Kilhoffer is not respectful, he’s not willing to play along, he’s not even freaking coherent. He rants about piss, shit, drugs, pimps, how the City encourages encampments in order to drive down property values so they can “redevelop” his property. He insults Mitch O’Farrell’s attention to eliminating Columbus Day in Los Angeles.3 He insists that the people who are upsetting him aren’t even “real” homeless people, whatever that means and they’re not “respectful” like homeless people used to be a few years ago.

But Halden doesn’t ignore Kilhoffer, he doesn’t make cracks about him to his colleagues,4 he doesn’t even tell the guy to calm down and stop making up stories about prostitution rings being run out of tents on the sidewalk. No, he doesn’t do any of that. Instead he talks to the guy on the phone, he introduces the guy to neighborhood prosecutor Steve Houchin and various luminaries from the local Neighborhood Council, he arranges phone calls between the guy and supreme Hollywood cop Commander Cory Palka, and so on.

Most upsetting of all, Halden treats Kilhoffer as if he’s sane. He validates his psychotic concerns as if his ranting makes any freaking sense whatsoever, has any connection, however remote, with actual objective reality. It does not. Kilhoffer’s unhinged anger has obviously driven him to a place almost beyond moral judgment. He’s not competent to stand trial.5 Shunning is almost the only adequate response.6 On the other hand, Halden’s behavior is despicable beyond words and most certainly not beyond moral judgment.

Halden is a professional, his job is ostensibly to serve the people of the City rather than to single out angry dangerous lunatics like Anthony Kilhoffer for special attention and care, to amplify their psychosis and use it to guide policy. We don’t entrust him and his boss and the rest of their damnable ilk with our vast municipal power so they can use it against helpless human beings at the direction of demented psychopaths like Anthony Kilhoffer. He ought to be ashamed of himself, although experience has shown that whether or not he is his behavior won’t be affected by it.

Finally, after six months of Kilhoffer’s abuse and lunatic ravings, Halden finally actually arranges for a sweep of the encampment. In case you were wondering, that’s how encampment sweeps get scheduled in Los Angeles. Oh, and two months later the encampment was back and, I guess, the whole cycle begins again. And what’s the point? I have no idea.7

And, as I said, this episode leaves me utterly without a theory as to who gets these people’s time, in whom they invest their resources, what constituent concerns catch their attention. Anyway, turn the page for a transcription of selections from this utterly off the chain email conversation.


On Mon, Jul 31,2017 at 9:56 AM -0700, “Amy Taylor” wrote:

Good Morning Central Hollywood Council Executive Members:

My husband and I own a small home across from the Hollywood Community Center on Cole Avenue. We recently lost our long-term tenants due to the unsafe, unsanitary conditions caused by the recent influx of homeless individuals setting up camps, using the street as a bathroom, and blatant drug use (including finding hypodermic needles on the sidewalks!!). The young female tenant reported repeated harassment from the homeless as she left and entered the house. I showed up to the house last weekend in the early morning hours and saw a man completely naked using a pot of water to clean himself on the street, another peeing in plain view in the grass outside of the park- I was with my 7 year old child!!!! This is unacceptable and dangerous!!!

My family including my then infant daughter lived there up until 4 years ago, and I felt safe at that time. My child attended ABC Educational Center and we used to swing and play in the park… what has happened???? At that time, there were a few individuals who “lived” near the park who were homeless. They were respectful and did not pose a threat. I would often give one of them food and blankets. But now it is an entire community of people who have NO RESPECT for those living in the area. How is this situation legal? You can’t just camp in public places??? How can residents even bring their children to the park to enjoy the community center? We have not been able to find another tenant and it is causing a SEVERE financial hardship for our family.

Please advise. We need to do something to fix this awful, unsanitary and dangerous situation!!!!!! Thank you for your prompt attention to this situation.

Thank you,

Amy and Anthony Kilhoffer


Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>

Mon, Jul 31,2017 at 2:22 PM

To: Amy Taylor, elvina@chnc.org, daniel.halden@lacity.org
Cc: “anthony.kilhoffer”, 32285@lapd.lacity.org,

Dear Amy,

I totally feel with your plight!!!

I looped in Senior Lead Officer, Paul Jordan, and Dan Halden, Councilmember O’Farrell Hollywood Field Deputy, to look at ways to manage the out of control homeless encampment on Cole Street by the Hollywood Rec and Park Center.

Ferris Wehbe


Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>
To: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>
Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 2:51 PM
Cc: Amy Taylor >, Angie Aramayo _ … Roger Davis, Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, “anthony.kilhoffer”, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>,”

Thanks, Ferris. Amy, I will give you a call this week.

Dan Halden

Hollywood Field Deputy

Office of Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, 13th District
1722 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026


Amy Taylor Mon, Jul 31,2017 at 3:13 PM
To: Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>
Cc: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, Angie Aramayo, Roger Davis, Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.ora>, “anthony.kilhoffer” >, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>,

Thank you so much for your prompt attention to this matter. I want you to understand that I empathize with the issues regarding those who cannot afford homes/shelters in Los Angeles. We are not heartless nor.are we blind to the adversities facing low income individuals in these times. But when it becomes an issue of safety, our children’s play spaces, and sanitation -then we need to act quickly and aggressively.

You can reach me at ■■■■■■■■■ The other number is my husband, Anthony’s, cell phone. Either one of us would be happy to discuss this further.

Again, many thanks.

Amy

Sent from my iPhone


anthony.kilhoffer Tue, Aug 1,2017 at 1:34 PM

To: david.cano@lacity.org, daniel.halden@lacity.org, 35344@lapd.online, 32285@lapd.lacity.org

Hi David

My name is Anthony Kilhoffer.

I would like to have a meeting with Mitch O’ Farrell about passing a new municipal code that makes it against the law to sleep and camp with in 200 yards of a park or day care.

Why is Mitch allowing homeless people to camp that the Hollywood Rec. center.

The park smells like piss and there is open drug use, prostitution and profanity every day and night next to the kids playground.

If the city can pass LAMC 85.02 the city needs a new municipal code that makes it against the law to have a homeless encampment with in 200 yards of a park or daycare.

Please advise when I can sit down with Mitch face to face and start this discussion.

Anthony Kilhoffer


Anthony.kilhoffer _ Tue, Aug 1,2017 at 2:18 PM

To: david.cano@lacity.org, daniel.halden@lacity.org, 35344@lapd.online, 32285@lapd.lacity.org

David thanks for the call today.

I have reached out to Steve Houchin. I’m also following up on when Mitch will have time to speak face to face.

Please advise
Anthony


Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacitv-ora> Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 3:25 PM
To: “anthony.kilhoffer”
Cc: Dave Cano <david.cano@lacity.org>, Joseph Eubank <35344@lapd.online>, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>

Hi Anthony,

It was good talking to you earlier. Please follow up with me directly after you get a chance to talk to Steve, and we’ll continue our dialogue from there.

Best Regards,

Dan Halden

Hollywood Field Deputy

Office of Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, 13th District
1722 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026


anthony.kilhoffer Fri, Dec 8, 2017 at 11:13 AM
To: Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>
Cc: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, Angie Aramayo, Roger Davis Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>, Chivaratanond, Susan” <SChivaratanond@mayerbrown.com>, 38655@lapd.online, brian.buchner@lacity.org

Hi all.

I own and rent out property at ■■■■■■■■■

What can be done about the homeless encampment at the Hollywood Community Center?

As you all know its growing. There were shots fired there last month. Some homeless folks have threat and harassed my renter and now he is moving out.

He is my second tenant in 6 months that has moved out do to the homeless problem.

This is out of control, and unacceptable. What is being done about this encampment?

I contacted everyone on this email back in August and no action has been taken.

Are you just going to let them live there for ever?

Mitch O’farrell is completely failing with this problem. Dan what are you doing about this?

When is the next city council meeting.

It’s nice to see that our property are doing good things.

Maybe Mitch O’farrell could worry less about Columbus Day and worry more about keeping his district safe.

Anthony Kilhoffer


Steve Houchin <steve.houchin@lacity.org> Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 3:04 PM

Reply-To: Steve Houchin <steve.houchin@lacity.org>

To: “Daniel.Halden@lacity.org” <daniel.halden@lacity.org>

Steve Houchin has accepted this invitation.

CALL Anthony Kilhoffer

When Tue Dec 12, 2017 4:30pm – 5pm Pacific Time

Calendar daniel.halden@lacity.org

Who • Daniel.Halden@lacity.org – organizer
■ steve.houchin@lacity.org

Invitation from Google Calendar


Daniel Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>
Re: Requesting a meeting
Steve Houchin <steve.houchin@lacity.org> Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 4:39 PM
To: anthony kilhoffer
Cc: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, susan Chivaratanond, Dan Halden <Daniel.Halden@lacity.org>

Hi Anthony,

Dan and I just called and left you a VM. Can you confirm the best phone number to use?

On Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 4:37 PM, anthony kilhoffer wrote:

Hi all waiting on the call.

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 12, 2017, at 3:26 PM, Steve Houchin <steve.houchin@lacity.org> wrote:

Hi Anthony,

Happy to speak with you –1 will be joining the 4:30 pm call today with Dan Halden.

Steve Houchin | Deputy City Attorney

Office of the Los Angeles City Attorney
Neighborhood Prosecutor Program – Hollywood Area
Safe Neighborhoods & Gangs Division


anthony.kilhoffer Mon, Dec 11,2017 at 12:48 PM
To: Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>
Cc: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, Angie Aramayo Roger Davis, Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, SLO Paul Jordan <32286@lapd.lacity.org>, 38655@lapd.online, brian.buchner@lacity.org, Brenda.shockley@lacity.org, Jeanne.min@lacity.org

Hi Everyone and happy monday.

Thank you for your concerned response to my emails last week about the encampment of crack heads and drug addicts that piss and shit on the street in front of a park where children play.

I would like some response on how you plan to handle this?

The answer that nothing can be done is not acceptable.

I own the property at I lived there from 2007-2012. Raised my daughter there for 5 years played in the Hollywood community park.

How as the city allowed this to happen?

These are not out of work actors or editor down on there luck waiting to find the next gig. These are career drug dealer pimps and low lives. They harass the good tax paying citizens. Is this your plan? Have these “homeless” harass the property owners and there tenants to drive down the value or property before the city redevelops it?

I’ve seen them run prostitution rings out of there tents.

Is that what the ACLU and homeless advocate support? Prostitution & drug usage?

How do we clean this up?

Please advise what steppes are being taken to handle this.

Best

Anthony Kilhoffer


Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org> Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 1:01 PM
To: “anthony.kilhoffer”
Cc: Angie Aramayo , Roger Davis _ _ >, Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>, 38655@lapd.online, brian.buchner@lacity.org, Brenda.shockley@lacity.org, Jeanne.min@lacity.org, , Ferris Wehbe Duffy Culligan <duffy@chnc.org>

Dear Anthony,

I hope this message finds you well and so sorry to hear about the challenges and the loss of revenue you are encountering with the homeless population around the Hollywood Community Park.

I have looped in the CHNC Public Safety Committee Chair, Duffy Culligan, to see what can be done to manage this challenge.

Cheers,

Ferris


Meth head encampment /Hollywood Community Center
anthony.kilhoffer Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 1:10 PM
To: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.ora>
Cc: Angie Aramayo < i>, Roger Davis * , Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>, Debbie Wehbe 38655@lapd.online, brian.buchner@lacity.org, Brenda.shockley@lacity.org,
Jeanne.min@lacity.org, Ethan Higuera ■ Ferris Wehbe * Duffy Culligan <duffy@chnc.org>

Thank Ferris

Introducing me to Duffy is not a answer. Out of the 11 people on this email no one has a plan to clean up this public health and safety issue?

Anthony


Meth head encampment /Hollywood Community Center
anthony.kilhoffer Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 9:33 AM
To: Ferris Wehbe <ferrisfi>chnc.ora>
Cc: Angie Aramayo < ^ _ Roger Davis _ \ Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>, Debbie Wehbe, 38655@lapd.online, brian.buchner@lacity.org, Brenda.shockley@lacity.org, Jeanne.min@lacity.org, Ethan Higuera _ *, Ferris Wehbe >, Duffy Culligan <duffy@chnc.org>, susan chivaratanond

Hi All

Still waiting to hear from Duffy

All of your neglect on this issue is truly pathetic. It makes me ashamed of my civic leaders.

Kind regards

Anthony Kilhoffer tax payer


Meth head encampment /Hollywood Community Center

Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org> Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 1:41 PM
To: “anthony.kilhoffer”
Cc: Cory Palka <25060@lapd.online>, Jonathan Pinto <32592@lapd.online>, Adrian Maxwell <32387@lapd.online>, Darrell Davis <32256@lapd.online>, 30987@lapd.online, Jesse Rubalcava <38655@lapd.online>, Yamil Verde <yamil.verde@lacity.org>, Donald Holt <dholt@lahsa.org>, Steve Houchin <steve.houchin@lacity.org>, Marisol Rodriguez <marisol.rodriguez@lacity.org>
Bcc: Jeanne Min <jeanne.min@lacity.org>

Hi Anthony,

I am un-CCing some of the other folks on this thread, and including personnel from LAPD (Captain Cory Palka, Captain Jonathan Pinto, Sgt. Adrian Maxwell, Sgt. Darrell Davis, Officer Cesar Corona, and Acting Senior Lead Officer Jesse Rubalcava), the office of the City Attorney (Steve Houchin, our Hollywood neighborhood prosecutor), the Department of Recreation and Parks (Yamil Verde from Hollywood Recreation Center), and LAHSA, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (Don Holt). I am also CCing my colleague here at Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell’s office, our District Director Marisol Rodriguez.

I’m including everyone above to keep all the appropriate parties in the loop regarding your photos and documented concerns.

As I believe we have discussed in the past, there are a number of legal and logistical challenges that dictate the actions that the City can and cannot take at this location. That being said, we certainly understand and share many of the concerns that you and other neighbors have raised. For my part, I will be calling you today, Tuesday December 12th, at 4:30 PM at the number you provided. This way, we can discuss these issues in greater detail. If that time doesn’t work for you, please let me know, and/or feel free to give me a call back at your convenience. My cell is (213) 254-7214.

We are here to assist in any way we can.

Thanks,

Dan Halden

Hollywood Field Deputy

Office of Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, 13th District
1722 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026


Meth head encampment /Hollywood Community Center

anthony.kilhoffer , Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 2:45 PM
To: Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>
Cc: Cory Palka <25060@lapd.online>, Jonathan Pinto <32592@lapd.online>, Adrian Maxwell <32387@lapd.online>, Darrell Davis <32256@lapd.online>, 30987@lapd.online, Jesse Rubalcava <38655@lapd.online>, Yamil Verde <yamil.verde@lacity.org>, Donald Holt <dholt@lahsa.org>, Steve Houchin <steve.houchin@lacity.org>, Marisol Rodriguez <marisol.rodriguez@lacity.org>, Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, susan chivaratanond

Thanks Dan

4:30 is good for a call.

Thanks for adding Captain Cory Palka I am familiar with his work I follow him and the Hollywood PD on twitter. I also reached out to Steve Houchin today also to try to sit down with him and discuss drafting potential legislation in LA to ban sleeping on the streets. I spoke to Steve in August and he had the most insight to this problem that I found out of anyone in the city.

I am adding 2 people to this thread. Ferris Wehbe and Susan Chivaratanond both are property owners and landlords that are being affected by this encampment.

I think the problem needs to be redefined. These people are not “homeless” out of worked actor or editor that can’t find a gig. These are drug addicts and pimps that bully and harass the community the word “homeless” needs to be removed from the equation. They are not homeless. They have fallen through the fabric of society and have become a parasite on the community.

This is a city legislative problem. Not one you can push of on the police that are doing all they can to protect there citizens. This falls on the desk of Mitch O’Fallen and our mayor Mr. Eric Garcetti.

Dan we spoke in August and sense then the encampment only has grown and became more violent.

Mich O’fallen [sic] and Mr. Garcetti are failing there constituents and action needs to be taking immediately.

Awaiting you call
Anthony Kilhoffer

Sent from my iPhone


Meth head encampment /Hollywood Community Center

Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org> Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 4:40 PM
To: “anthony.kilhoffer”
Cc: Cory Palka <25060@lapd.online>, Jonathan Pinto <32592@lapd.online>, Adrian Maxwell <32387@lapd.online>, Darrell Davis <32256@lapd.online>, 30987@lapd.online, Jesse Rubalcava <38655@lapd.online>, Yamil Verde <yamil.verde@lacity.org>, Donald Holt <dholt@lahsa.org>, Steve Houchin <steve.houchin@lacity.org>, Marisol Rodriguez <marisol.rodriguez@lacity.org>, Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, susan chivaratanond

Hi Anthony,

Steve Houchin and I just called you and left you a message. Please feel free to call me at your convenience.

Office: (213) 207-3015
Desk: (213) 207-3027
Cell: (213) 254-7214

Thank you.

Dan Halden

Hollywood Field Deputy

Office of Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, 13th District
1722 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026


Is the encampment @ Hollywood Rec. Center the next blaze?

anthony.kilhoffer Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 11:46 AM
To: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, susan chivaratanond
Cc: Angie Aramayo Roger Davis ■ _ . Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>, Debbie Wehbe , Jesse Rubalcava <38655@lapd.online>, brian.buchner@lacity.org, Brenda.shockley@lacity.org, Jeanne.min@lacity.org, Ethan Higuera _ _ , Ferris Wehbe, Duffy Culligan <duffy@chnc.org>, 30987@lapd.online, Marisol Rodriguez <marisol.rodriguez@lacity.org>, Donald Holt <dholt@lahsa.org>

First off

Thanks Steve Houchin and Dan Halden for a great hour long call last night about was to remove the Methhead encampment at Hollywood Rec. center.

Also I want to thank Captain Palka and your team for you continuing dedication to keep in Hollywood safe.

By now I’m sure you have heard about the cause of the skirball fire, and the it was sparked by a homeless encampment.

Link below.

Cooking fire at homeless camp sparked Los Angeles blaze https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/homeless-fire-california_us_5a31262ee4b091ca26844c81?ncid=engmodushpmg00000004 via @HuffPostGreen

please clean the park up. as you see its a health and safety of the city is at risk.

Dan spin it how you like but city council is falling your constituents.

Anthony Kilhoffer


Encampment /Hollywood Community Center
anthony.kilhoffer Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 11:42 AM
To: Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>
Cc: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, Angie Aramayo’ , Roger Davis Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, blu Kaui joraan ^o2285@lapd.lacity.org>, Jesse Rubalcava <38655@lapd.online>, brian.buchner@lacity.org, Brenda.shockley@lacity.org, Jeanne.min@lacitv.org, Duffy Culligan <duffy@chnc.org>, Ethan Higuera ■ , Ferris Wehbe __ , susan chivaratanond Cesar Corona <30987@lapd.online>, Donald Holt <dholt@lahsa.org>, Marisol Rodriguez <marisol.rodriguez@lacity.org>

Thank you for all that you are doing to help clean up the park. I was there this morning and witnessed your efforts to revive the Hollywood Rec Center. As a property owner, I very much appreciated your efforts. Looking forward to your continuing work towards a common goal of keeping the encampments out of the rec center.

Best,

Anthony Kilhoffer


Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.ora> Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 2:02 PM
To: “anthony.kilhoffer”
Cc: Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, Angie Aramayo , Roger Davis Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>, Jesse Rubalcava <38655@lapd.online>, Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org>, Brenda Shockley <Brenda.shockley@lacity.org>, Jeanne Min <Jeanne.min@lacity.ora>. Duffy
Culligan <duffy@chnc.org>, Ethan Higuera , Ferris Wehbe susan chivaratanond Cesar Corona <30987@lapd.online>, Donald Holt <dholt@lahsa.org>, Marisol Rodriguez <marisol.rodriguez@lacity.org>

Hi Anthony,

Thanks for the message. Sorry we did not get a chance to speak directly this morning, but I’m glad you dropped by. We will continue to be in touch.

Best Regards,

Dan Halden

Hollywood Field Deputy

Office of Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, 13th District
1722 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026


susan chivaratanond Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 2:24 PM
To: Dan Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>
Cc: “anthony.kilhoffer” Ferris Wehbe <ferris@chnc.org>, Angie Aramayo , Roger Davis , Elvina Beck <elvina@chnc.org>, SLO Paul Jordan <32285@lapd.lacity.org>, , Jesse Rubalcava <38655@lapd.online>, Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org>, Brenda Shockley <Brenda.shocklev@lacity.org>, Jeanne Min <Jeanne.min@lacity.org>, Duffy Culligan <duffy@chnc.org>, Ethan Higuera <t , Ferris Wehbe * , Cesar Corona <30987@lapd.online>, Donald Holt <dholt@lahsa.org>, Marisol Rodriguez <marisol.rodriguez@lacity.org>

I haven’t been home all day and have heard of the big cleanup today. Thank you for that tremendous effort.

May I also please ask for extra patrol of the area at least through tonight.

As I shared with many of you, last time there was a big cleanup it created a very angry and tense setting.

Some of the campers tried to set up their tents in front of our homes and got angry and started cussing us out and tearing up our front yards when asked to leave.

Some of these guys are violent and we would like to avoid any potential conflicts.

Many thanks,

Susan


susan chivaratanond Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 7:55 AM
To: Daniel Halden <daniel.halden@lacity.org>, Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org>, 30987@laDd.online
Cc: Durand , Nohemy

All,

Not sure who to contact or what the protocol is to address the camp situation at the center these days so trying all of you. We’ve been calling the nonemergency LAPD number but not seeing anything.

There’s been a resurgence of campers at the park. Of course during the rains we tend to look the other way for a few here and there. But of course, within a few days a few infrequent instances turn into a daily growth of tents and activity at the park.

Also, there’s been a few guys that go into the park at night, store their belongings on the roof. A few that sleep in the children’s playground.

There’s also an increase in people living in their cars on the surrounding streets — more than just the regulars like mama carol in the minivan. One includes a mom and young daughter.

A few months back we were told CENTCOM was to address this and be set up at the Hollywood city hall but haven’t been able to locate them.

Please let us know who to contact and will be following up with us to address this resurgence.

Ccing a few neighbors — Anthony, Durand, and Nohemy.

Thank you
Susan



Image of Grammy-award-winning producer Anthony Kilhoffer is ©2019 MichaelKohlhaas.Org and is some kinda remix of dude’s Twitter profile pixie.

  1. Like all human languages, German has been used to say some really ugly things over the years, but I do like its unabashed fondness for agglutination and the way that it results in terms that are fairly dripping with connotations of know-it-all-obviously-more-correct-than-you-ism. I really want to write something like Losangeleswissenschaftentheorie but Google translate doesn’t seem to be able to figure out what I’m looking for.
  2. That sounds like a sarcastic and not entirely accurate summation, but it is actually quite accurate.
  3. This is quite literally the only official act of Mitch O’Farrell’s that I support in a full, unqualified, unsarcastic manner. The. Only. One.
  4. At least he doesn’t do this via email, or if he does he illegally withheld those emails from me, wouldn’t be the first time.
  5. In a formal sense. Obviously not in an informal sense or I wouldn’t have tried, convicted, and sentenced him to shame and mockery, and that all just this very morning!
  6. Well, that and mocking him, of course, which is why I’ve called you all here this morning.
  7. Feel free to explain in the comments if you know.
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