Wednesday, July 12, 2006

. . . but adds that he's 'prepared,' just in case

Though not invited to join the women's group of school board and County Council candidates, Subin tells the Gazette that he's "prepared" to work with the women anyway.

"I think Seven Locks ended up being the poster child for problems [between the school board and council] . . . but I don't think pacts are necessary," Subin says in the Gazette. "I'm prepared to work together without a pact in place."

Word is that he's practicing to become as ladylike as possible.