Lobbyist Andrew Antwih, a transportation wizard, is marrying long-time girlfriend Teri Holoman this Friday in Los Angeles. There’s some family tradition here, too: Teri’s dad was a legislator back in 1970s and her step-dad, Henry Jones, is on the CalPERS board. Andrew, by the way, represents transportation and local government clients. After the honeymoon, he’s coming back to fix the pot holes… We’re always delighted to the Legislature thumb its nose at the governor. So when Brown abolished his Emergency Council, we were pleased to see lawmakers fill the vacuum. We now have a new Select Committee on Emergency Management with Bonnie Lowenthal as chair. The Long Beach Democrat says the first hearing will be held next month in – you guessed it – Long Beach and the topic will be examining the warning systems to make sure three years of budget whacking haven’t crippled the Golden State’s preparedness. Since the words “budget” and “emergency” are synonymous in California, she’s got her work cut out for her. Go girl!…Speaking of Long Beach Democrats, regular listeners of SoCal’s John & Ken radio rants may have been surprised to hear their arch-conservative entertainers interviewing Ted Lieu – and actually agreeing with him. Lieu is outraged at the CSU trustees approving a $100,000 salary boost for a new administrator on the same day that the school okayed a 12 percent tuition hike. “There is no credibility for them to ask about budget cuts,” Lieu said on the top-rated radio show. “They are generally tone deaf to the public.” Wonder if the trustees were listening…. 

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