Colorado Springs City Councilman Tim Leigh was among the 70 local business and civic leaders who traveled to the nation’s capital this week to meet with key lawmakers and public policy makers to discuss issues affecting the Pikes Peak region.
Leigh, who is back in town, says he’s a thrifty guy — he drives a 10-year-old automobile and he said he’s “too cheap” to buy new shoes even though the ones he’s wearing have holes in the soles.
But, he said, the one thing he likes to splurge on when he travels is a hotel room.
So, Leigh said he was less than impressed when he arrived at the Liaison Capitol Hill.
He was even less impressed — more like disgusted — when he set his bag down and went to check out the bathroom.
What did he find?