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.
3 more lost/missing signs. Odd how the “kiddies” only took out my signs at these 3 locations when other people who are running were all right next to them. Just odd!!!!
Can someone, anyone tell me, tell us what my opponent has done for Cudahy during his 3 years living in Cudahy?
Can someone, anyone tell me, tell us what my opponent’s campaign platform and plan is?
Randy Hollenbeck for Alderman - Bringing the POWER back to the PEOPLE!
This is the literature I was handing out at the Cudahy Middle School forum.
I hope that I EARNED your vote and would like nothing more than being able to serve you as alderman of the third district. I know it is your voice and agenda and NOT mine that matters. Not pushing my agenda, but the people’s agenda!
I want to thank all the volunteers, supporters, and citizens who put signs up in their yards, those that voted for me, those that listened to me and those that shared their concerns and ideas when I went door-to-door.
I want to give congratulations to John Hohenfeldt, Justin Moralez, Mary Schissel, Jason Litkowiec, and Dick Bartoshevich.
Jay Weber’s of WISN radio 1130 on Cudahy post-election thoughts on Mayoral Elect John Hohenfeldt and on my aldermanic race.
I learned a long time ago that I need to adapt, lead, and follow history and the teachings of those much more sagacious and wiser than myself.
Only 1 absentee ballot that came in was valid and was in district 1.
Milwaukee County 8th District Supervisor Pat Jursik's Public Meeting - Restructuring County Government
I attended Milwaukee County 8th District Supervisor Pat Jursik’s Public Meeting - Restructuring County Government on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center on 901 15th Avenue, South Milwaukee, WI (First time there – very nice place)
Here is Jay Weber of WISN 1130 radio and Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele talking about Assembly Bill 85 and the Milwaukee County Board.
"Two new Walmart stores open their doors this morning, creating 540 jobs and greater access to low prices to customers in West Milwaukee and South Milwaukee. Both of these projects were redevelopments of old industrial sites with significant (and expensive) challenges, but investing in these core areas will help attract customers and economic development opportunities to these important commercial corridors. Redevelopment is sustainable development, and important to growing our economy. I'm proud to have worked on these, and can't wait to celebrate with our Wisconsin team this morning!" - Lisa Nelson
I want to take this opportunity to thank the voters who have voted for me, and all citizens of Cudahy that I will represent while I serve as Mayor. I would also like to thank my family, all of the volunteers, supporters, residents who put up signs, talked to their friends, reminded everyone to vote, and those who gave me a few minutes of their time to listen to me, and share your concerns and ideas for the community.
This information is provided by Cudahy Director of Public Works Mary Jo Lange
I was told the petitioner (Zachary Wisniewski) has filed his petition with the City Hall Office not later than 5:00 pm on the third business day after the Board of Canvassers which was Monday April 8th @ 9:00am.
Gone are doing it by District, instead the city will be cut into two pieces, North of Grange Ave and South of Grand Ave.
I just want to let people know the recount was performed this morning and the results show the election results were accurate and perfect for both the Mayoral count in District 3 and the Aldermanic count in District 3.
Some of you may be aware of how the City makeup of who are serving on the Cudahy City Boards, Commissions, and Committees. For those that do not, there are several boards, commissions, committees that are served on by citizen members, as well as members of the Common Council. These are called Standing Committees of the Common Council.
We had the recount today (day I am writing this) and when the results were tabulated it was not only nice to know I had won but our voting machines were very accurate. The results came back 100% the same as election night.
I have already thanked my wife, Carrie, in the past and at the candidate forums. I couldn’t have done this without her help and support.
So I shopped the new South Milwaukee Wal-Mart this past weekend. I found the store very nice overall.
My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone that was killed and injured in the Boston Marathon explosion. This is a horrible tragedy at the Boston Marathon finish line.
These are not the official minutes and are just my notes of what happen at the meeting.
This information is proved by Mary Jo Lange, PE Director of Public Works City of Cudahy
Pumping stations in sewage collection systems, also called lift stations, are normally designed to handle raw sewage that is fed from underground gravity pipelines (pipes that are sloped so that a liquid can flow in one direction under gravity). Sewage is fed into and stored in an underground pit, commonly known as a wet well. The well is equipped with electrical instrumentation to detect the level of sewage present. When the sewage level rises to a predetermined point, a pump will be started to lift the sewage upward through a pressurized pipe system called a sewer force main or rising main from where the sewage is discharged into a gravity manhole. From here the cycle starts all over again until the sewage reaches its point of destination—usually a treatment plant. By this method, pumping stations are used to move waste to higher elevations. In the case of high sewage flows into the well (for example during peak flow periods and wet weather) additional pumps will be used. If this is insufficient, or in the case of failure of the pumping station, a backup in the sewer system can occur, leading to a sanitary sewer overflow—the discharge of raw sewage into the environment.
You will notice that some people have “Sour Grapes” over the election. To a degree this is normal that you are unhappy when your candidate doesn’t win. It is worrisome when they lash out, make up things, and attempt to take their bitter anger out on others.
This information provided by Mary Jo Lange, PE Director of Public Works City of Cudahy
I have decided that the post-election blogs (Hmm…, Really!, Signs Don’t Vote, Let’s Take a Second Look, Rebuttal To Campaign of Negativity, Stating Facts Is NOT Going Negative, The Supporters, Where Did That Go?, Further Explanation, Election Night At City Hall, It Should Have Been An Easy Win for Him, His John McCain Moment Hurt Him, Doesn’t Get The Third District, Alpha-Male, and I have more) I have already written I will release at later dates.
At the April 18, 2013 meeting the Water Commission voted to authorize an application to WIPSC for a 3% water rate increase.
While talking to one of my friends tonight they noticed I missed thanking Milwaukee 8th District Alderman Bob Donovan for all the help and advice he has given me.
Just like her sister Nala who passed on due to cancer, today we put to sleep Simba.
Sheriff David Clarke’s PSA
If you are good and notice there is an Intergovernmental Relations Committee public meeting this Monday, April 22, 2013 4:00 PM Room 203-R “A resolution opposing State Assembly Bill 85 (AB 85) and Senate Bill 95”
"People are just as happy as they make up their minds to be"
I think we need to respectfully move from “Generations of Pride” to something newer and fresher.
If hindsight has 20/20 vision forethought is like a hawks with 20/2 vision!
I believe that being informed on what's going on in the city and the neighborhood keeps a lot of misinformation and rumors at bay.
This Saturday if you didn’t want to attend the City of Cudahy’s Annual Arbor Day/ Earth Day Celebration please give the Cudahy Historical Society Open House a visit!
Please join us for the City of Cudahy’s Annual Arbor Day/ Earth Day Celebration this Saturday April 27th, 2013 from 9:00am to 1:00pm.
Mary Jo these are two questions I am hearing from residents. May I have answers to them?
Please join us for the City of Cudahy’s Annual Arbor Day/ Earth Day Celebration today Saturday April 27th, 2013 from 9:00am to 1:00pm.
Good morning National Night Out friends!
March 24, 2011 I wrote that Chris Abele Is One Step Above Paris Hilton. I was told by a trust worthy friend that Chris Abele had personally read it and was saddened by it.