The irony is that when the supes
voted to kill the cross, they said they were saving the taxpayers' money -- never mind that changing the insignia on every county vehicle, form, letterhead, etc.
This is especially true because the supes
will be evaluating the counsel's report for the next two weeks, before voting on a package of openness requirements for the CEO-ocracy.
The county's study seems like little more than a way for the supes to pretend they are really considering all the options.
Instead of wasting $200,000 studying construction options, the supes should spend some time studying the real - and long ignored - problems of Los Angeles County.
If the county supes
want to help District Attorney Steve Cooley and county Assessor Rick Auerbach fight term limits, they should do it on their own dime and not ask the taxpayers to pay for the legal battle.
Not even in the room where the supes voted to ban the cross-laden seal have they been able to make it disappear.
A miracle, or just a fitting example of how the censorious supes can't get anything right?
In their customary contempt for public opinion, the supes
arrived at their conclusion in executive session, i.
In September, the supes went into a closed session meetings twice to talk about something mysteriously billed as ``anticipated litigation,'' but was actually about the recommendation to shut down the trauma unit at the troubled Martin Luther King-Drew Medical Center.
Here's why: Just hours after the second meeting, the supes held a press conference announcing their support for closing the trauma unit.