It was June 30, 1993, the late Mayor Tom Bradley’s final day in office and as he prepared for his retirement I encountered him in the City Hall parking garage while he was loading his car with keepsakes to take home. I was then-Councilman Nate Holden’s press deputy and I had City Council parking privileges, I so went up to Bradley and thanked him for his many years of service to the city and extended my best wishes upon his retirement. Then he said to me: “I have something I want you to do when I’m gone.”
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