TODAY’S CITYWATCH—Proctor and Gamble once noted that it takes 52 ‘impressions’ to get a consumer into the market to buy soap. But then, P&G was talking about normal folks, not LA’s electeds.
Here we are, 24 years since LA Mayoral Candidate Joel Wachs proposed creating neighborhood councils because ‘no one at City Hall is listening’ to the people … and little has changed. Except, that is, for the way ‘the people’ have chosen to deliver their message: in the court room and at the ballot.
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