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Want to know where McCue got the part time work thoughts put in his head with getting paid full time wages?
When he became a Milwaukee County Supervisor, as I have said for years. That is why he thinks Cudahy Mayor is part time work with full time pay.
Of course, Mayor McCue has told me his time at Milwaukee County Government has made him better!
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel emphasis is mine.
By Steve Schultze
The absences of four Milwaukee County Board supervisors from Thursday's meeting means more supervisors view the job as part time, County Board Chairman Lee Holloway said.
"It's not the greatest priority in their life," Holloway said, adding that he didn't mean the remark as criticism.
Just 14 of 18 supervisors were present for Thursday's meeting. A 19th supervisory seat has been vacant since former Supervisor Toni Clark resigned two weeks ago, the same day she pleaded guilty to a felony campaign charge.
Holloway said Thursday's absences were the highest in his 18 years on the board. A check of county records showed no more than two supervisors were absent from any County Board meeting since the board downsized from 25 to 19 members in April 2004.
Supervisors absent Thursday were Gerry Broderick, Elizabeth M. Coggs, Lynne De Bruin and Patricia Jursik. Broderick is recuperating from knee surgery. Holloway said he didn't know the reasons for the other supervisors' absences.
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