I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
My name Tina Dondajeski and I am running for Cudahy 4th District Alderperson as a "Write-In" candidate.
I've attached my information flyer for you to review and share. I will also be hosting a Candidate "Meet & Greet" on Saturday, January 10th at the Cudahy Family Library from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm so I can share my information and meet the residents face-to-face.
I an going to start this off by saying this is a long post, which may make some other bloggers upset that they have to read. Many of the younger crowd are so self centered and need things to be short because they lack big attention spans. This is what society has created. I am sure they will quickly run to their blogs and write about me and my comments or how long they feel my blogs are. They may even pull out the statements that what I write is boring that they almost fall asleep reading it. I don’t think these people could just curl up on the couch or sit in a chair and read an entire book in one sitting. If there isn’t a big explosion or cliff notes, they cannot keep their attention to read.
Choose what you want to hear and you will miss the truth
This post was very long and so I am dividing it into two parts. This is the first and than the math part will be the second.
Take a look at what the Mayor of Waukesha had to say about getting a new Wal-Mart Supercenter:
This is part two of Knowing A Gift When You See it
I will work this over with these dollar figures:
The Salvation Army - Wal-Mart donation Press Release.
Christmas Toy Drive Brightened by Wal-Mart Donation
…all gas stations would have the option of no receipt for credit card usage at the pump. It would save the stations money on paper because I think a good group of people would choose not to print one out. I mean how many times have you seen "please see attendant" because it won't print your receipt?
Incumbent David Maass will face Kathee Molus, Nick Szablewski and Zachary Wisniewski for one of two School Board seats that are up for election April 7th.
Incumbent Kay Lussier is not seeking re-election which has left open one new seat.
Mandatory sick pay, it will have a negative effect on jobs and companies that are located in cities that have them. I hope the Cudahy Common Council placed an ordinance that would prevent mandatory sick pay from coming to town.
Let us follow the lead of West Allis, South Milwaukee, and Waukesha in getting this done.
This post is based on an email I received from an individual upset over my post “The Next Cudahy Mayor”
Typically, my email comes in 3 to 1 in favor and when this one came in it was too good not to share. It made me laugh so hard. I don’t think that was the response they were looking for. This email smacks of pure desperation.
I would like to pass on this information from Cudahy Police Sgt Chris Blunt
Depending on where you live, the pay that a school board member can vary greatly. From NO pay to $6,588.14 in the school districts, I looked into.
Fox Point-Bayside School Board members serve three-year terms and are not paid.
I just wonder why I have not heard anything on why nothing is being done on the log or, for that matter, the policy concerning the use of City Use Vehicles.
It cannot be that hard to find another city’s template policy and modify it for Cudahy! It cannot be too hard to log in and out the cars since other cities do it and so does the private sector.
A big Congratulation goes out to Jason Litkowiec for winning the Cudahy 4th District alderperson seat.
I hope and wish you the best. Your strong anti-crime resolve will be much appreciated and needed to help turn the city around!
You will remember I did a post on “The People Know Better” and “Elected Or Appointed” which talked about Cudahy’s lust to have certain local government positions that are currently elected by you, “THE PEOPLE”, taken away under the cloud of “This will be better for the city”
“This will be better for the city” Translation - This is a power grab and I want to install my “YES” people in the positions. I will keep up the claim that those that run might not be qualified and so I will stick out that the requirements of the positions could be filled by someone for the treasurer of a city for example being 18 years old, registered to vote, and can't balance their own checkbook.
Please follow the humorous fun of our self proclaimed Cudahy Elitist in the next email from them. Click Here for story
There will be a protest rally on Greenfield’s City Hall steps at 7325 W. Forest Home Ave. on Thursday January 29, 2009 at 6 p.m. regardless of the outcome to the special meeting on sex offender vote proposed by alderwoman Linda Lubotsky.
The Greenfield Common Council will hold a special meeting Wednesday night at which alderman are expected to reconsider their vote last week to reject a sex offender residency ordinance.
Today my son Ryan Dean would have been 4 years old.
“To outlive one's children is a curse of the gods.”
A story about Cudahy, Muskego, Wal-Marts, Lawsuits and Recalls
Fun, fun, fun
Talking about ???What IF???s??? and ???gotchas??? on a Mayor and City Administrator
Does anyone know where it is or when it will be presented by Mayor McCue?
There is no reason why the electronic sign of “do not turn on red” is on from 3pm-7pm on Saturdays and Sundays on the Howard off ramp on I-94 North/West bound ramp. The traffic on the weekends does not warrant it.
Also on the same off ramp, there is a tree/bush that is inside the fenced in area which blocks your vision looking left/west. With this tree/bush removed you can see the traffic better and would not have to creep forward almost into the Howard traffic. This is very dangerous.