Where is "A. Mayor Wastewater Villar" ??
Its Two AM and who is conserving your city's precious water supply ??
If it weren't for a KNBC Channel Four News Crew, then a certain mansion in Hancock Park that doubles as the "official love nest", for Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Television News Reader Lu Parker, would still be holding secret, late night watering sessions.
What is more befitting the "Reign of Mayor Villaraigosa" than to be expose for living a "political double life", ...... again ??
Today was a great example of that "political double life/ hypocrisy" with our mayor taking credit, and photographs, in touting the recent collaborative efforts of Angelinos to save water and conserve power usage. Then have it disclosed that his official city resident was wasting water in defiance of recent changes in the use of water for lawns.
Villaraigosa said he had been unaware of the violations and has since found out that there was a “glitch’’ in a new high-tech landscape irrigation system installed at the Getty House two years ago. He said the problem is being corrected. That Lu Parker must know how to keep her man occupy.
One may remember the last time the Mayor was questioned about water usage at his then home on Mt. Washington and who he blame for these excessive rate of water usage ??
H. David Nahai (DWP General Manager) - 434,220 gallons
Rocky Delgadillo (City attorney) - 423,368 gallons
Mayor Villaraigosa - 386,716 gallons
In 2007, The Times reported that Villaraigosa and his family, before moving into the Getty House in late 2005, used almost twice as much water at their Mount Washington home compared to typical property owners with similar-sized lots in that area.
Villaraigosa blamed his comparatively high water use at the Mount Washington residence on gophers that chewed holes through a rubberized drip-irrigation system, and said he did not notice increases in his water bill because his wife handled that chore.
Then there is this chore called being the Mayor of Los Angeles ?? That and his failings can't be blamed on the gophers.
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