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Thursday, June 1, 2006
One Local Pol is Blogging Again
That would be Heidi Rodeback of the American Fork City Council, whose furniture I sometimes repair.
The other day I mentioned a few local elected officials whose recent absence from the blogosphere has been conspicuous. I said this last Friday:
I'm not suggesting that there's a cause-and-effect relationship at work here. But before Wednesday afternoon was over, City Councilor Heidi Rodeback's new official blog (as opposed to her older but still delightful candidate blog) was up and running with two good, new posts at heidirodeback.blogspot.com. In case that's too much to remember, I have replaced the "Heidi for Council" link in my blog roll with a link to this one, so all you have to do to get to her blog is come to mine, which you're already doing.
After you've read her initial post, which includes the concept of "pressure from certain other bloggers" and refers to me as her "in-house PR staff," you may wish to consider the following notes:
I'll let you know when her music cabinet is fixed. Meanwhile, I leave it for you to mine the rich possibilities in her phrase "arbitrary and capricious" in its particular context. A wife doesn't give her husband a straight line like that every day -- especially not in public -- so I thought I'd share the wealth. In other words, there's a lot more rope here than I'll need to hang myself. The surplus is yours for the taking.
Copyright 2006 by David Rodeback.