Amid rumblings of discontent inside his hermit kingdom of Westendia, Councilman Cappuccino is expected to leave the secured perimeter of his West 7th "green with envy zone" compound in order to attend tonight’s city council meeting, where he has promised to kick-off a star-studded witch hunt in an effort to expose the identities of “political appointees … who are not needed."
New Albany council to look at city's ongoing expenses; Using 'rainy day' funds has uncertain support, by Dick Kaukas (Louisville Courier-Journal).
Unfortunately neither the CJ’s pliant reporter nor NAC was unable to interview CM Cappuccino at last evening’s official grand opening of Speakeasy Jazz, because, as noted political commentator and bridge player Chico Marx once noted, “He fool us. He no show up.”
Perhaps Cappuccino was busy renewing his auctioneer’s license, planting a pumpkin patch in honor of Whittaker Chambers, or searching for the crucial information that has constantly eluded his grasp.
Meanwhile, having gracefully dodged the poison arrow recently launched in her direction by the villainous and cowardly two-headed Denschak troll, city clerk Marcey Wisman helpfully provides the council meeting agenda here.
With the second half of the 2007 political season fast approaching, we’re still scratching our heads and wondering:
Whatever became of the city council redistricting lawsuit?
Will the 3rd council district be graced with a platform from either GOP candidate Brenda Scharlow or Libertarian pro wrestling chronicler Thomas Keister?
Did 5th district Democratic nominee Diane Benedetti ever take advantage of her free ticket to the Muhammad Ali Center?
Will the GOP caretaker mayoral candidate Randy Hubbard risk venturing an opinion – on anything?
Just wondering. And you?