Saturday, December 16, 2006
Blaber News Person of the Week Alderman Bob Senor
This weeks Blaber News Person of the week is Alderman Bob Senor. Alderman Senor represents the eighth ward on the Kingston Common Council. Alderman Senor has set a fine example of how the council can work together in a bipartisan manner and is a true republican leader on the council. His LEADERSHIP on the council furthermore proves that public service does not have to be a blood sport. Working with the Majority Alderman Senor has accomplished several things that have benefited the city and Ward 8.
Why? Why has Alderman Senor been able to get along so well with the other side? As Minority Leader Cahill makes it seem the democrats are big, mean, and scary and can't be trusted. How could Alderman Senor possibly get anything done. Obviously Mr.Cahill's hypothesis is ridiculous, and that very thought process and his politicking is the reason to why Mr.Cahill is in the minority within the Minority caucus. (Mr. Cahill's words not mine.) Alderman Senor on the other hand has taken a diplomatic approach. He has done something that Alderman Cahill can't seem to do, he has kept politics out of city business and focused more on public service. Doing what is best for the people that elected him, and yes that includes working with ''those big mean democrats." I applaud Alderman Senor for his service to this city. Certain Republicans could learn from this community leader.
Posted by Jeremy Blaber at 12:16 AM