Monday, August 31, 2015
"What drought? Some L.A. County supervisors have their cars washed 2, 3 times a week"
This is well beyond the "appearance" of arrogance...
In the L.A. Daily News, Mike Reicher reports:
"Not so for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
The majority of the supervisors wash their take-home cars two or three times a week, service records show, and actually washed them more frequently after Gov. Jerry Brown ordered a 25 percent cut in urban water use. As the county’s washes continue to consume tap water, some other local governments have pledged to skip washes for months or are using recirculated water."