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Former Los Angeles Fire Chief Brian l. Cummings
Chief Cummings goal of his tenure was to get L.A. so well prepared for a large-scale disaster that “The world looks at us and says; I want to be like Los Angeles.”
Mayor Villaraigosa said; "With more than three decades of experience, Chief Cummings has proven himself as an innovative leader who can harness the strengths our world-class fire department and implement meaningful change,”
Chief Brian Cummings is a 34-year veteran of the Los Angeles Fire Department, with an exemplary record as a Firefighter, Engineer, Captain, Battalion Chief, Assistant Chief and Chief of Staff.
SUNDAY FUNDAY because it's also "Shopping Sunday" & "Secret Sunday".
Have you ever heard the story behind how Kristin Cruz got the job on morning radio in LA? Over 20 years went by without any changes on the morning drive on KOST. Then one of the most successful heritage stations in Los Angeles fired their female co-host and went on a nation-wide search for her replacement. But it wasn't that simple. If you're a fan or you want to break into the business, then you are really going to like this one.
Next up! Kristin does her online shopping for groceries on her phone with Amazon Fresh. She shares a quick look at her Grocery List, meals & food-prep for a week of healthier eating.
Then the "Weekend Wrap-up" of what the family did and discovered in SoCal. Sharing with you and setting up the schedule for another incredible week on iHeart Moms!
Kristin's Pic Collage: The boat wedding of "My Crazy Aunt Phyllis". Being a part of the Grateful Hearts LAPD/LAFD Charity Event. At Zuma Beach with friends while Fireman Matt is on duty. Baking Vegan Banana Muffins, Driving Kids, and loving the good life. Details on KristinCruz.Wordpress.com
Please support our firefighters who daily place their lives on the line. I am dedicating this show to support our firefighters across the UNITED STATES! I will welcome call ins for those who have family members who are firefighters to share stories of courage and heroism. Please feel free to also call in for prayer as you feel led. There are so many times what these precious ones do for our country so sleflessly, we need to honor and support them. Tune in Saturday evening to show your support, and offer any stories that will also inspire and encourage all of us to send prayers and loving support to these precious ones..
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Our guest this morning is David Lantzer.
David is Chief of the Hermosa Beach Fire Department.
He began his career in the fire service in 1987 as a reserve firefighter and was hired as a career firefighter for the City of Calexico in Imperial County in 1990.
David became a licensed Paramedic in 1993 and promoted to Captain in 1999.
He left Calexico in 2004 to become Fire Chief for the City of Holtville. David was then hired by the City of Hermosa Beach as Fire Chief in December of 2008.
He has served as President of the South Bay Fire Chief’s Association for two 1-year terms and will assume the office of Secretary for the Los Angeles Area Fire Chief’s Association in January 2014.
David holds a Master of Public Administration from San Diego State University and a Bachelor’s Degree from CSU Long Beach.
He is a graduate of the LAFD Leadership Academy and is a certified California State Fire Marshal Chief Officer.
David is currently in the final year of the four-year Executive Fire Officer Program at the National Fire Academy.
David was born in San Diego, has lived in Japan and Arizona and currently resides in San Pedro with his wife of 23 years.
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The LAPD and The LAFD have been ordered to shut up and not speak to media about the cover-up of facts and evidence relating to the mysterious car crash resulting in the death of Rolling Stone Journalist Michael Hastings. Mr. Hastings investigative reporting brought down General Stanley McChrystal who was in charge of the Afghanistan war and previously the highly secretive Black-Ops operation at the pentagon.
Mr. Hastings was out-right threatened by one of the general's killers that they "would hunt him down and kill him if they didn't like what he wrote about the general". They must not have been happy about his writing since it caused the general to have to resign.
At the time of his assassination, Michael was about to publish an investigative report on the CIA that would have supposedly been the biggest story to come out against the agency.
Witnesses said the car "exploded" while driving down the road. Its engine and transmission ended up 100-200 feet from the car in the opposite direction.
Ordering the Police and Fire officials to shut-up proves further someone has something to hide, wonder who?
Our guest this morning is Mark Burton.
Mark is running for a seat on the Manhattan Beach City Council in March.
He’s lived in the South Bay for over 50 years, attended Loyola High School and has a Bachelor of Science in economics from Loyola Marymount University. Mark is a former Senior Assistant City Attorney with over 30 years of public service to the City of LA and its residents.
As a former Senior Assistant City Attorney, he served as a Prosecutor and represented police officers, firefighters and the city in state and federal courts. He also served as a management attorney where he advised city leaders, such as Mayors, Council members, city commissioners, department heads and upper level management in managing their employees and issues.
Mark served as the General Counsel to LAPD, LAFD, LAX Police and LAX Risk Manager and is recognized as an expert in California's Open Meeting Laws and city risk management issues. He negotiated and drafted thousands of city agreements and was selected as the lead negotiator for the LAPD consent decree that reformed the LAPD.
When time allows, Mark can be found playing basketball at Live Oak Park. http://www.burtonforcouncil.com/
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Details about this week's program:
10:00 A.M. Welcome, Isidra Person-Lynn, Producer, Host
Old business: Comments from last week's show
Saw Ava DuVernay's "Middle of Nowhere" Want to see it again!
10:15 ENTERTAINMENT: Darlene Donloe interviews Tichina Arnold, who is an actress AND singer with her new band "Know Pressure."
1030: Entertainment Continues: Darlene Donloe interviews Tanya Kersey, Hollywood Back Film Festival founder
10:45 History: Dr. Kwaku has the morning off, but LAFD Fire Captain Brent Burton brings the history message about the Black Firefighters in Los Angeles. He was speaking at Kathy Williamson's 3rd Thursday at the African American Firefighter Museum on Central. Beautiful!
11:00 ELECTIONS 2012: Jan Robinson Flint, Black Women for Wellness, John Marshall Jones (Prop 37), Kelli Dorsey (Prop 35 Human Trafficking), Anon. (Prop 36 Three Strikes)
12:00 Outro: In just a few minutes, press play and listen to on demand any time!
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Approximately 1 month after the tragic events of 9/11, Brett Hill (a South Pasadena Firefighter/Paramedic) met with a neighboring LAFD friend who had just returned from working alongside FDNY firefighters at Ground Zero. Hill asked his friend what moved him the most during his deployment in lower Manhattan. His friend replied, "As we were getting ready to leave we were shaking the hands of the FDNY Firefighters we had worked with for 2 weeks--one firefighter grabbed my hand tightly--looked me straight in the eyes and said--PLEASE DON'T FORGET US." Those 4 words led Hill to begin a project that would work to get a 9/11 Tribute Patch on the uniformed sleeves of all firefighters across the country to help honor and remember the heroes of 9/11. Tune in as we broadcast LIVE from the Bensenville Public Library on September 11th as we visit with Brett Hill and look forward into the future of the 9-11 Patch Project.