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.
So there is some misinformation floating around that the ripped up sidewalks on Packard Ave for the road reconstruction will not be put in at the earliest next year (2016) and maybe 2017/18.
Monday May 4th will be the start of Packard Ave. being closed South of Layton.
Ohio students' device to detect marijuana use by motorists
From the Desk of Cudahy Mayor John Hohenfeldt
Well the Winter of 2014/2015 is almost over and I think the roads don’t look that bad with regards to potholes as compared to the Winter of 2013/2014.
I bet those on the left who object with expanding I-94 by Miller Park and the cemetery would be okay if we were expanding a commuter train area or said the expansion was for bus or bike lanes!
Cudahy Packard Avenue Streetscape Presentation Videos
Packard Ave. Reconstruction Presentation 02.03.15
For information, pictures, and drawings of the Packard Avenue Project please click here.
China highways bleeding money despite high tolls: state media
So remember I talked about how long it took to get my front steps done?
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.
Most days including Fridays the drive is pretty uneventful, however the one on October 11th was different.
Please read the first set of email chains here: Email Chains of - Asking for your help!
While driving home last week on the 794 Parkway, I came across a major traffic jam in the left lane just after the Port of Milwaukee traveling south bound. I thought to myself, must be an accident or disabled car, since the right lane was moving and people from the left were moving to the right.
I saw last week that the State DOT was out replacing the 40 MPH signs with 50 MPH ones. This was a welcome ahead of schedule event as I original stated on July 2nd 794 Lake Parkway Speed Update
I would like to remind you that Saturday, Lake Drive will be closed from 9 am until around roughly 1:30 pm, and the entrance to 794 at Layton and at Edgerton will be closed due to the USA Triathlon bike race portion here in our city.
Just a reminder that Ramsey Avenue between Packard and Barland will be closed at the rail road tracks starting Monday, July 15th @ 7:00 a.m. for approximately 2 weeks. The tracks will be completely removed so it will not be passable. A formal detour route will be posted. Barricades will be handled by the City. They are mobilizing a crew Sunday night and the City are to meet with them on Monday to get the info.
So I recently changed jobs and changed working time, however I travel the same way.
As part of the I-94 North / South project the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is reconstructing the Rawson Avenue Interchange. The construction of a major drainage structure across all lanes of I-94 on the north side of the interchange requires a full closure of I-94 Northbound and Southbound from 27th Street to College Avenue beginning on Friday, May 17th at 9pm and concluding on Sunday, May 19th at 9am.
Updated - The closure to be extended thru 6-26-13 to help with the I-43 project.
Given we live in Milwaukee County and part of our taxes goes to the County, for the April 2nd non-partisan elections I would like to see the follow 2 non-binding referendums added to the ballot:
This is a slight reprint of my Nov. 12, 2008 post titled “Leaf Collection Times and Issues”.
Groups sue to block reconstruction of the Zoo Interchange
I recently watched, during rush hour traffic, in Milwaukee on 43rd street, three public sector workers striping the road. Traffic was backed up and one of the workers kept yelling at the cars as if it were the drivers fault.