Los Angeles City Councilwoman Janice Hahn on Wednesday slammed a proposed strategy that's supposed to help the Port of Los Angeles recover from a catastrophic terrorist attack or natural disaster.
The plan, developed by port executives, was decried by Hahn as too vague and incomplete in detailing how to resume business the day after disaster strikes the nation's busiest port.
"I must say I was extremely disappointed in what you guys turned in," Hahn told port executives. "This is no more a recovery plan than anything else. It's more like a table of contents. There was no real action plan here."