Jim’s name has been thrown around for a mayoral run, so Jodi rightfully asks the question;
JS: OK, so big question, because I know people want to know. What’s next for Jim Entenman? Any more political aspirations?
JE (laughs): I’m intrigued. You know, I really enjoyed my service on the City Council, and the reason I got off it was to concentrate on the acquisition up north. I really enjoyed it. I felt like we accomplished a lot and that I had something to offer the city and give back to the community I grew up in. So that was good. What’s going to happen in the future? Yet to be determined.
That’s a fair answer.
Question: If you could have lunch with anyone in the state tomorrow, who would it be?
Answer: There’s a lot of people. I’d love to have lunch with Gov. Daugaard. I’d just like to talk about his management style and get his perspective on the way he runs the governor’s office and the importance of the need for transparency between he and his departments and how he handles relationships with communities around the state.
Funny, if you are looking for political advice on management styles and transparency, I would think Dennis would be the last person toÂ ask. It would be like asking Chuck Brennan about the lending business.
If Jim decides to run for mayor, it’s going to be fun to watch.