our tax dollars being wasted. the city of phoenix put up a billboard on the north side of indian school just east of 35th avenue that has a cartoon superhero in the form of a sewer pipe wearing a cape with a storm drain on it saying: "storm drains are for rain" its the law the bill board list two phone numbers to call (602)256-3190 (602)495-0334 (for spanish speakers) sounds like a great way for the city of phoenix to waste our money. i have a few questions about this: 1) how many of these billboards has the city of phoenix put up. and how much money was spent on it? 2) what department in the city designed this silly bill board and how much of our tax dollars did it cost? 3) why did the city of phoenix put this billboard up? are suddenly millions of people putting something other then rain water in the citys storm drains? 4) just what is the board supposed to tell the public? if their is some message i just dont get it. 5) are the billboards working as planned? are millions of phoenix residents calling the two numbers given and respoing to the billboard ads? 6) just what law is the billboard refering to? is their a state law that makes it illegal for anything but rain water to enter a storm drain? or perhaps has the city of phoenix just passed a stupid law making anything that enters its storm drains but water illegal?