Missing Your Jack Fix? Steve Schopp In The House
If you’re like me, Jack Bog’s hiatus is hitting pretty hard. I think the worst part is checking to see if he’s back and seeing that horrible picture of Steve Nash again. So starting tonight I’m going to try and take away some of the pain. Four of Jack’s regular commenters graced the recent Aerial Tram Awards. Tonight I present Steve Schopp. I had one main question for Steve: How does he find the time - considering he runs his own business - to keep up on the latest city moves? Is there a person with a deeper understanding of the financial details buried in the city’s convoluted schemes? He admitted that the time involved sometimes gets to his wife. Steve is considerably right of me politically. He said he voted for Bush and I replied, “How’s that working out for you?” I immediately regretted this comment – it was not in the true spirit of the Tram Awards. He’s obviously concerned about the federal level of fiscal irresponsibility going on. The reason I like Steve is that he’s helped us all learn more about the city. Plus he illustrates that people can disagree on national politics while siding together on local issues. Personally, my city involvement was mainly based on the opinion that the tram was a stupid idea. Somewhere along the process, I read one of Steve’s posts and realized how vast the South Waterfront district is, and how deeply we’re into it.
So without further adieu, I give you the Man: Steve Schopp