No time to blog, too much budget stuff, will have the blog post early next week, this video is totally worth watching. And I’ll definitely blog it for those who don’t have the time, but its better on video!
Here’s the propaganda. Trying to figure out what it all means it near indecipherable, the county budget lacks detail that is needed, so we’ll see how it plays out over the next few weeks in committees as Supervisors try to get their questions answered. I have one email from Parisi and his budget memo below, plus a rant!
So who’s going to suffer? Check out the bolded statement below. I think we should go to referendum for these projects to increase the levy, instead of continuing to cut elsewhere – there’s no fat left to cut. If the public wants these projects, referendum will pass.
Most contracts by Dane County over $100,000 have to go to the county board. The county board has approved a resolution saying the day center will have long term storage. It seems, neither of these things is going to happen and after reading the ordinances I can’t, for the life of me, figure out why staff have so much power and the county board supervisors seem to have none.
Well, this is good . . . I think. Yesterday I started getting all these weird emails . . . now I see why . . .
You ask a question and the universe provides . . . sorta.
F for transparency, F for public input, F for any type of equity or inclusion.
What policy and budget solutions do we need in our community to end the deaths right here in Dane County? A great panel of experts will share their solutions!
Seriously I’m so annoyed. Last week, 25% of the meetings were added after the deadline. This week, so far, its at 22%. Why?
Live-ish blog, done in pieces and parts off the video . . . not as thorough as possible due to time . . . need more time in my day . . .
Oh, the same old, same old. Midtown Police Station, Monroe St., Public Market, Northeast side Libary, Southeast side Fire Station, elimination of downtown park, body cameras, I’m thinking we can just rewind and rewatch the last debates . . . tune in at 4:30 today as Board of Estimates enters the fray . . . here’s their 34 amendments!!