Worse, if you look at how the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the Los Angeles City Council have gotten so fed up with the same handful of gadflies coming to their lightly attended meetings that they have tightened the rules in ways that sharply limit public comment.
Glendale officials have not gone that far, but three weeks ago, Weaver — exasperated by the drumbeat of criticism — said Mohill went too far by suggesting that the grand jury transcripts of the investigation of former Councilman John Drayman, who was indicted for embezzlement, indicated there was wrongdoing by other city officials.
“As far as Mr. Mohill dragging me into it as part of a conspiracy, take your evidence to the district attorney,” Weaver scolded. “I've said that so many times I'm wasting my breath. Conspiracy, conspiracy — in your mind.”