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.
Over the years, Mayors and Common Councils in Cudahy have talked about getting a program to convert duplexes to single family dwellings and in the end no program.
At the CDA meeting we saw basic overall drafts of Development on Pennsylvania and Layton. Nothing was solid yet and no names attached.
Some people have claimed it was a shock that I was running for alderman. I have taken all of this with great thought and anyone that has been reading the blog since 2010 knew I would be running for Alderman in 2013 as I talked about it in many blog posts.
I am told that people get it, Cudahy has a development problem, and they know Mayor Day has done very little if anything to address it let alone fix it!
Okay people, Mayor Day is finally talking publicly about Packard Plaza! The constant pressures we have placed on him and Brian Biernat have got them interested in the situation there.
The Cudahy Wal-Mart battle showed exactly why Cudahy is/has been on a downslope – NIMBY
Thank you Dan Vnuk for letting people know about this!
I want to state that I have received many emails asking, “Who are our CDA Members and how do I email them?”
Okay Cudahy residents I am just sick and tired of hearing that Cudahy development is “In the Hopper/In the Pipeline”. That statement has been the moniker of the McCue administration and is now the Day administration. I don’t SEE anything coming of it!
The full final report is here thanks to
Not sure where the city link is to the full report since the condensed version on the city site doesn’t give you the proper information. Ms. Fritts could you please be so kind and put up that link as well.
It said big box retailing was perfect for the Meyer (Iceport) site.