Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling will head to San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday for the annual meeting of the National Lieutenant Governors Association.
Bolling, the group’s immediate past chairman, serves on both the
executive committee and nominating committee and will moderate a panel on workforce development in the global economy.
Other panel topics are budgeting, national security and veterans’ health care. Attendees also will tour what is touted as the oldest executive mansion in the world, hear traditional folk music and get a group photo taken in guayaberas. Here’s the full agenda.
Bolling will attend a dinner sponsored by the Republican Lieutenant Governors Association before returning home Saturday.
Last year’s meeting took place in Biloxi, Miss., where Bolling got a first-hand look at the impact of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.