What Emails Didn’t the Alders Get?

Posted April 5th, 2017 @ 6:55 AM by

141 of them total plus 33 web contacts . . . here’s the topics that were included . . . check to see if you email didn’t get through and think about re-sending (if its not too late)

So, these are from the emails based on the subject lines and to a much lesser extent who sent them. Combined 66 were on the renewable energy plan and 41 on Koval’s legal fees, plus a smattering of other issues including East High Arrest, the Beaver drownings and PFC decision on Koval.

– 49 on sustainable energy plan
– 33 reimbursement of Koval’s fees
– 17 emails from a socialist organization updates on various issues
– 6 on the East High arrest
– 4 emails on the PFC decision on Koval
– 3 MTI electronic newsletter
– 2 complete nonsense spam (fq:(8) and ha(4):)
– 2 private businesses in public parks
– 2 – Douglas Trail, Lamont Lane, Acacia Lane, Louden Lane and Kwamme Lane assessments (on council agenda)
– 2 “Dear Agents of Change”
– 2 from PETA on wildlife drowning (the beavers!)
– 2 Rutabega proposal (on council agenda)
– 1 Stone House/Fair Oaks affordable housing project
– 1 “Extraordinary Web Appearance” Forwardlookout.Com”
– 1 11-story building at MATC downtown site
– 1 social media invitation
– 1 Overture Art Exhibit
– 1 “Don’t let time run out on Camp Bigo”
– 1 Immigration Day of Action Resolution
– 1 “List Your Website: Prodane.Org”
– 1 Lake Terrace Park
– 1 Partnership with Bicycle Action Committee
– 1 Street Use Staff Committee communication
– 1 Criminalization of Bicycling
– 1 Madison College Newsletter

There was also 33 contacts filled out on the web . . .
– 17 Renewable Energy Resolution
– 8 chief Koval legal fees
– 1 “Robinson Saga”
– 1 Divestment from Border Wall Funders
– 1 “Spotlight on Safe and Healthy”
– 1 Multicultures Senior Adult Health and Wellness Fair
– 1 Retention Pones
– 1 “Vacation Rental” complaint on AirBnB
– 1 person who wants body cameras
– 1 sandwich boards
– 1 drowning beavers


Categories: | Media

Forward Lookout's Comment Policy - use a real e-mail, if not an actual name. We don't share your e-mail with anyone.
blog comments powered by Disqus