Fogley confided he is seriously considering returning to college to seek one or more business degrees. So there have been some big doors that have opened up with that. Fogley said he is also considering moving his home to a location where he could be trying to build up his business.”It’s a franchise that I own,” he described.
Fogley said he has nobody in mind to achieve success him. I pointed out Robert Rizzo, this past year but was ruled ineligible due to a residency issue who filed to perform in District 2, who just this week filed to run for Fogley’s District 5 chair. The food giveaway Tenorio announced is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.
Aug. 18 on the Lehman SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL parking lot and will be open to a person with a drive-able vehicle in which groceries, perishables as well as canned goods, can be loaded. Tenorio said groceries packed into six 18-wheelers are prepared to be distributed during the event. And the ones two events ended the statesmanship part of last night’s council conference.
Most of the rest of the time was consumed by seeing which council member could rating the most points on the proposed charter amendment Wackometer. Warning to sitting council members: I’d strongly advise you to never, watch a video recording of this conference ever. It might be comparable to watching a recording of a show-and-tell presentation you made in the first or second grade. Take all the discussions about the way …