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|August 21, 2018|
Bernstein With a Twist
This is a weekly program with commentary on current issues.
It’s safe to say that only Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone takes full advantage of the “Opening Comments” item on the board’s weekly agenda.
Larry Parrish, the county’s chief exec officer, says Stone uses the time to deliver "an oral report on his week's activity. It just got away from him."
What "got away from him", or at least unleashed waves of snickers, was Stone's account of a water symposium at the Morongo Casino Resort, where the supervisor had to use a restroom.
"I went in with a sense of urgency," he reported from the board chamber. And came out with a sense of awe.
"I was very impressed, I'm sorry to bring this up in a public session, but they had a waterless urinal."
A waterless urinal at a water symposium! Stone couldn’t stop gushing.
Episode Date: May 16, 2008