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.
While at the mall a few weeks ago, I overheard some younger people talking about being befriended. It was totally being misused as a negative. One would have thought with the use of facebook that the word “Befriend” would be used more often and the use of it would educate people in the use allowing them to become custom to using it.
I would like to give my personal thanks for reading my blog posts and for the good conversations that I have had with many of you. I also hear from neighbors, which talk with DPW workers about reading my blog posts, and how I can help the city further.
This is an update to the blog post, “Is the City of Cudahy Charging Sales Tax for Nuisance Weed Fees?”
I recently bought a 24-pack double roll of Quilted Northern Soft & Strong toilet paper at Wal-Mart and another one on sale at Target.
These are tips that Cudahy Police Sergeant Chris Blunt gave out at the September Neighborhood Watch group after he did a walk & drive through including the alleys.
Recently Cudahy Alderman Joe Mikolajczak and South Milwaukee Alderman David Bartoshevich each worked on an idea to save each city money by consolidation of the municipal judges.
To me, the idea of making illegal traditional bulbs is ridiculous, equally as ridiculous as believing people are going to take their burned out and broken CFLs to the recycling center. You'd probably spend more on gas driving there to recycle the bulb (due to the mercury content) than you saved during it's use.
Pop-up stores help fill mall space during economic slump
As I scanned the recent 2010 proposed
This will continue a spiral no matter how much development we due until we address the core of the problem – Property maintenance.
Now it doesn’t make sense to rip down the bridge and extend the 794 Parkway south. Oh wait, they don’t want to rip the bridge down, yes they do, they want to make it just a street level. So that means just a street.
Target is hoping to lure this year's Black Friday shoppers with $3 toasters and coffeemakers, deep deals on high-definition televisions, and discounts of 50% on clothes and toys, according to a Web site that says it has received a leaked copy of the retailer's circular.
Why call it H1N1 or N1H1? We were told that Swine Flu just doesn’t sit well with people and some just stopped buying pork products because of the fear of getting it from them!
Here is a letter I received via the U.S. Postal Service that didn’t contain a return address and I am very thankful just to be kept in the loop. I don’t feel the need to know people’s names when they want to share information. Please keep them coming!
Information from City Accountant Bruce W Schuknecht
Why is it that liberals cry that we need studies to see if there is a cheaper way of doing things (like they want the Hoan Bridge gone and made street level), but we cannot do a study to make public jobs private (like privatizing the parks jobs or the people cleaning public buildings)?
Dan Stanislowski has filed the necessary papers to run for Mayor in
R-Zone LLC 3800
1. CRG is not working for anyone’s campaign. We are advocating for
Hacked emails add fuel to climate dispute
Mayoral Candidate Tony Day will have a fundraiser on Dec. 1st at South Woods. Invites have been sent out to many
As being reported by By Tom Kertscher of the Journal Sentinel “Cudahy judge accused of misconduct over case backload.”
Cudahy 2010 city budget passes at a 1.679% tax levy increase in a vote with Alderperson Mary Schissel and Alderperson Thomas Pavlic voting “no” as they both wanted a 0% increase budget.
This was a conversation with a liberal (Labor Party) friend of mine. He states the items in red and my answers are in blue.
I would take this opportunity to give thanks for our many blessings.
At least that is what this email I received from someone tells me.
This is the statement that Police Chief Thomas D. Poellot read during the
(TRANSCRIPT REGARDING PART-TIME COURT SYSTEM CLERK)