When the City finds property they don’t want to follow the state law, so they are trying to weaken it and they have the most bizarre explanation about what they are doing. We all know this is about homeless persons property.
Have you taken the time yet to give your elected officials your input about the City of Madison Budget? You don’t even have to go to a meeting, you can do it on-line.
Potentially nothing. No alders have separated any items for discussion – however, public hearing items or items the public shows up to speak on might be discussed.
The other day I was talking to one of my homeless friends that that lives on the street and he told me that the police told him to drink in Law Park, and I thought that was strange and told him I was going to look that up and let him know what the law said, because I thought it was banned there (and I voted against it). Then I noticed that Clausius and Ahrens were banning alcohol in Mayfair and Sherry (O.B.) Park. So, here’s the info, which parks can you drink in, when and where and how
Still catching up from yesterday morning . . .
25 meetings. . .
Wow. Occupy has been camping in the parks for quite some time (a year), but I’ve never seen anything like this . . . the campers I talked to had no idea what this is about . . . and I’m kinda creeped out by it.
At 5am this morning, I found out about 9 amendments to AB183 that the Assembly will be voting on today at 1:00 or at some time after that. Guess I better quick figure out what these amendments do . . . .
It’s not just me pointing out that the republicans, led by Scott Walker, want to privatize(and profit from) public education. Let’s take a look: 1. Bruce Murphy from Urban Milwaukee: The word was out last year that Republican Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald intended to retire and make the big money working as a lobbyist. Two [...]
But not this time! AB183 Will Harm Both Tenants and Landlords – Tenant Resource Center Board of Directors Speaks Out in Opposition of Bill Being Voted on Tomorrow