Pleading ignorance about the goings on of the Charter Revision Commission.
Unaware of who contributed to his campaign until a reporter told him.
Unaware of what language related to city ordinance is drafted by his city attorney.
Pleading ignorance from a person who said he has a google alert on his own name.
Pleading ignorance when actually recruiting people to serve on city boards and commissions.
Pleading ignorance about what the Charter Revision Commission is doing when he stated on the December ASK THE MAYOR program the Charter Revision Commission should look at the roles of the mayor and the executive branch and the city council and the legislative branch.
Pleading ignorance and being unaware is hard believe from a person who is so totally engaged and immersed in the job of mayor of this great city. Not being aware of what is being drafted out of the city attorney's office is not being engaged in the legal affairs of the city.
Pleading ignorance and being unaware are two phrases that are not descriptive of this mayor. So why plead ignorance or say one is unaware? When you don't want to be accountable for one's actions.