Speaker Souki announced today that the review committee assembled to determine Representative Calvin Say’s actual place of residence has decided to fit the legislator with a radio collar to track his exact migration pattern.
“We want to settle this thing once and for all,” said Souki. “It’s been going on for almost twenty years now.”
Representative Say has been criticized over the years for actually living outside his St. Louis Heights house district, State law requires that representatives live in the district that they represent.
The actual device, an Astro 320 tracking collar, was fitted on Say immediately following the committee meeting. According to a Astro company spokesperson, Osgood Zeebeard, the Astro 320 can record Mr. Say’s activities 24/7, no matter where he goes on the island.
“The paired Astro 320 navigator is typically used for tracking large mammals and unlocks the information for the nature scientists to see tracked animal whereabouts.” added Zeebeard.
“It will definitey show where he goes at night'” says Zeebeard. “And, it’s bear-proof, so we don’t think Calvin will be able to get it off.”