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.
I received this email, well the first one, just hours after my post titled “The Rumor Mill Is Blowing Hard in Cudahy” went up.
As many of you know, the lights have been off on the 794 Lake Parkway from Edgerton to Layton since last winter.
As many of you know I am a big believer in getting info out and including many people related to the issue(s). One of the reasons is to make sure the proper people see the info or can get the info to the right people.
Please read the first set of email chains here: Email Chains of - Asking for your help!
As you read in my post titled “My Style”, you may see some of the same verbiage and information. If you didn’t read it, please go back, and do so, it may enlighten you to a few things.
This is an emailed response to my post “I Am Calling a Foul on This One Zachary Wisniewski”
I have talked about that development is a major issue in Cudahy and that our different segments of City Government pertaining to it are not on the same page, no check that, not even in the same book. It is dysfunctional and with dysfunctional things it is spreading to other things. It spreads like cancer.
I want to share with you a sad but typical Cudahy story. I have edited this so the person’s personal stuff is not there and fixed a few spelling errors and adjusted the formatting for the blog, but going door-to-door, I have been hearing this as well.
Well you might have noticed that all of the Long John Silvers in Wisconsin are gone.
“Randy I have no idea what you are talking about that Pat Jursik has a current tiff with Sheriff David Clark. Are you friends with Sheriff David Clark?”
This was in my inbox from a concerned Cudahy Citizen on the City of Cudahy’s New 2012 Fall/Winter Newsletter. I am hearing that people are offended by some of the items in it.
So I have attempted to have my comment placed on the Discovery.com website on the following article and each time the comments are placed in moderation and not posted.
So as you know I am brutally honest and that is the way I have always been. I don’t sugar coat things or walk on eggshells, I will however use tack to get my point across. I backup my opinions with facts, figures and the truth. This is not to say I am perfect or don’t make mistakes because I do. I learn from them and grow.
So some of you might have seen fellow blogger Kevin Fech sternly take issue with two times in a blog mainly to discuss Sarah Palin where I improperly wrote unknowingly (ignorantly) and without malice the improper way to write Down syndrome and describe people with that diagnosis. An ignorant excusable mistake so I thought!
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Here is a question that has perplexed me, angered me, and simply made me question the thought process and wisdom of our School Superintendent and School Board members in regards to the intent NOT to allow Taxpayers to interact with the School Board members in easily used email!
Well people, it seems you and I are causing Mayor Day and his efforts to reorganize the City to his needs some issues. “We” seem to be undermining his efforts in the dark of the night to bring these things to reality.
Here is the memo floating around (see below). I am shocked they didn’t leave the pictures that I guess have been accompanying the memo.
So, the subject of a Part Time Mayor and the hiring of a City Administrator is a cause of great concern along with the speed at which Mayor Day wants it done. Before the 2013 election cycle!
Fellow blogger Heather Liban wrote a very nice post titled “Using Email Etiquette” and one of her readers – GregfromCudahy writes this comment:
John Koszarek is a public school teacher in Slinger. He teaches social studies at Slinger High School. He also identifies himself as a negotiator for the teachers' union.
Here is an email from a reader in response to my post titled “A Moment Of Clarity”. As is my standard operating practice, I don’t use their name and remove such info that might lead to id them.
This info many of you might have seen come through as an email chain, which is how I received it.
Walker right on emails, analysis finds
Randy thank you for emailing back and posting the topic we were talking you explained it so much better. I will accept the fact that maybe I am not a conservative like I thought, I guess I would be a moderate, but maybe I am an independent and just vote with the republicans. My social liberal feelings run strong and you have a strong point. I still think that many moderates are “Towing the Party lines” I know I told you I am a state employee with about 5 years before retirement and losing $385 a month is still going to hurt. Maybe I have been stretching my money further than I should have, but if you were me and in my shoes knowing they cannot touch my money, you would have stretch it as well.
Randy you don’t know me and I live in
Randy I am emailing you because you seem like a reasonable person who is fair and I love to read your blog even though I don’t agree with you. I didn’t’ vote for Walker as I am a Democrat, not a liberal, but a Labor Democrat. I am not shocked by what
Wouldn’t it be better to move to an email address for the Mayor’s position to have it be email@example.com instead of the name of the Mayor? During future transitions, there would not be a need to setup forwarding rules or make any changes and the email of city business will not be missed.
Randy, I see you didn’t post anything up about the
After getting a discount gift certificate during the Newstalk 1130 Friday sale dine for less, I took my wife for her birthday to Carnevor. It was very easy to make a reservation, as it was online.
Randy: I did contact our DPW: Here is what I've been told: DOT requires that the county plan two alternatives for new roadways: 1 with a signal and 2 with roundabout. (the signal alternative is the traditional intersection). DOT also requires engineering studies and anticipated traffic counts.
Here are emails from readers, please keep them coming and thanks for them. We need to keep the pressure on the State and the County otherwise, we will lose our voices in matters like these!
We all know that there was once a Texaco Gas station on the Kohl’s property and the gas tank is still there, but what about the history of the Kohl’s parking lot property? I would like to thank Toni Belleranti formally of
“Randy notice three of the names on McCue’s Downtown Implementation Team Members Committee?
I would like to thank everybody who attended the debate on Friday night. Close to 100 residents attended the event to hear what Tony Day and Kevin Fech had to say to the people of
I see Mayor McCue had emailed the Neighborhood Watch Group in regards to the Mayoral debate. What he conveniently left out was my response emails and the facts that lead up to it.