By Sarah Phelan
In his time, City Attorney Dennis Herrera has been accused of paying too much attention to dress codes, cuff links and time schedules. But on Friday, members of the AIDS/LifeCycle Riders team in his office, along with anyone who has contributed to their 545-mile Trek to Los Angeles fundraising efforts will be allowed to wear jeans. Or, to quote Herrara's legalese, they will be given "a first-ever, one-day-only 'dress code dispensation'".
The blue jeans butt off begins with a 10:00 a.m. photo op on the City Hall steps to celebrate the ten riders who are representing Herrera's the office in the 545-mile ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, June 3-9, and the idea is to raise money and awareness for the cause, but you know you're wondering, er, what kind of jeans Chief Trial Deputy Joanne Hoeper, and her husband, Steve Tomich, ; Deputy City Attorneys Kimberly Bliss, Ronald Flynn (and his partner, Neal Schwartz), Andrew Gschwind, John Kennedy, Kathryn Luhe and Kristine Poplawski; and Investigator Anne Taupier will be wearing. And, of course, who has the best jeans butt. Or is it illegal to say things like that about city attorneys?
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