Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Hawaiian Boondoggle Forewarned

Don't blame the National Association of Counties for not warning John Stroger and his staff about taking heat for the upcoming county junket in Hawaii. According to talking points available on the Association's website, attendees to the this year's annual meeting in Hawaii are advised to "Be prepared for some skepticism or innuendo about going to a nice destination. Have at least one or two strong examples of what you did, saw or learned that benefits the entire county".

Upon his return, could one of Stroger's "strong" examples be a lesson in not wasting tax-payer money on exotic island boondoggles? Stay tuned . . . .


Blogger Amy Allen said...

Good post.

7:22 AM  

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