It's been two years to the day since Los Angeles' current Mayor was sworn into office. Since then, Eric Garcetti has focused on a host of specific projects, including water conservation, increasing the minimum wage, providing body cams for the LAPD, and restoring the Los Angeles River. He's made good on his promise to be LA's first "high-tech mayor," monitoring fire-department response times and other city services and providing public access to municipal data. But, compared to past mayors of America's second-largest city, he has not used the bully pulpit very much. Is it time for what former President H.W. Bush once called "the vision thing?"