“I’m not surprised by any of this that is happening right now because we have been delaying maintenance everywhere,” said Hasan Ikhrata, executive director of the Los Angeles-based Southern California Association of Governments.
And former San Bernardino Mayor Patrick Morris quickly drew the same conclusion.
“I guess that’s testimony of the amount of maintenance needed in California,” Morris said by phone.
“When you get rainstorms like we’ve experienced over the last several weeks, suddenly reality sets in,” he said.
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Shocking rain damage is wakeup call to fix ailing roads, infrastructure, experts say
CA, please hurry up and secede. That way you can't make us pay for the repairs of your decrepit state!