Monday, August 13, 2007

Cole in Bohol

Reports the Bohol Chronicle:
"A ten-man United States delegation led by four congressmen and two state assemblywomen will be in Bohol tomorrow [Monday] as part of a 14-day Philippine visit by virtue of the continuing exchange program between the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) and the host country's National Movement of Young Legislators (NMYL).... The visiting young US lawmakers include Reps. Bill Huizenga of Michigan, Roger James Roth of Wisconsin, John Lesch of Minnesota and Ted Martin Vick of South Carolina, and Assemblywomen Nicole Parra of California and Gerron Levi of Maryland. They will be accompanied by Mayor Brad Cole of Carbondale, Illinois, Executive Director Jill Krowinski of the Vermont Democratic Party and Associate General Consul Marcia Rubensohn of the Georgia Municipal Association. Of those in the group, "Huizenga, Roth, and Rubensohn are Republicans while Parra, Krowinski, Levi, Lesch, Vick and Cole are Democrats."
This hasn't been reported in the local papers yet: that Cole's a Democrat.

I wonder if he's got his eye out for Ms. Right while he's there. He doesn't have much time left if he's gonna meet someone, fall in love and get married by the end of the year.

This must be in preparation for the upcoming announcement of an economic partnership between Bohol and Carbondale.
Good thing the Mayor is in Bohol, rather than here in town. It's not like there's anything to do here, like signing off on the Enterprise Zone proposal for Jackson County.

I guess a trip to Bohol is more important than the Enterprise Zone or working with the community on his proposal to increase the sales tax.
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