West Hollywood City Council member Lindsey Horvath visits "Midday Sunday" this week.
Last month, when she was completing her one year rotation as Mayor of West Hollywood, Ms. Horvath sent a letter to presidential candidate Donald Trump which read in part, "while we must always make room for free speech and reasonable even passionate debate, your reckless rhetoric is wrong at every level... with the primary making its way to California, as West Hollywood's mayor, I want to make very clear that your campaign of violence and intimidation is not welcome in our city."
Neither Donald Trump nor his campaign responded to the letter, however the public response ranged from support to threats of violence against Horvath.
In today's edition of "Midday Sunday" Ms. Horvath talks about her stand against Trump's campaign tactics, as well as the city's campaign against social injustices in Arizona, North Carolina and Virginia. She also discusses West Hollywood's many inclusion programs, which welcome all the city's residents, from the youngest, to senior citizens, many of them European immigrants.
Available, affordable transportation is critical to West Hollywood which is now moving to be included in an extension of the Crenshaw Line, a light-rail system under construction now which will connect the Purple Line running along the Wilshire Corridor to the Green Line which will eventually have a direct connection to LAX.