A little more than three months remain in L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's final term in office. All this week, we've been examining what his legacy might be as he approaches the end of his eight-year tenure.
KPCC's Patt Morrison sat down with Mayor Villaraigosa to talk about his leadership — and his love — of Los Angeles.
PM: How would do you think you will be graded on your time as mayor:
"I think the way this works is over time people will assess what you've done. It's hard to grade yourself, frankly, I think that's something the people get to do and I think they've done it. They reelected me once, I was voted in the first time. We've had the worst economic crisis since the '30s, so I'll let them make that assessment."
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