At Tuesday’s Common Council meeting, the Cudahy Common Council voted unanimously to approve new language to Cudahy’s existing Fair Housing and Human Rights ordinance. The new language would prohibit discrimination based on “gender identity or expression” as well as sexual orientation. As the press release below notes, Cudahy becomes the fourth community in Wisconsin to […]
By now you’ve no doubt heard about the Ice Bucket Challenge to benefit the ALS Association that’s gone viral, helping raise over $41 million to help fund ALS research.
On Wednesday, I found out I was challenged to do the Ice Bucket Challenge by Cudahy Mayor John Hohenfeldt, and in the interest of raising awareness […]
During a recent interview with Steve Walters of WisconsinEye, Cudahy Alderman (and current State Assembly candidate) Justin Moralez was asked a question about the gap in the state’s transportation fund for road reparis. In response to Walters’ question, Moralez explained that “Those on the road simply want them fixed – they want those nasty potholes […]
Earlier this week, Cudahy Ald. Justin Moralez announced he’s running as a Republican for the 20th Assembly District seat currently held by Democratic State Rep. Chris Sinicki.
On the heels of Moralez’s announcement comes his first key endorsement, as fellow Cudahy Ald. Randy Hollenbeck has announced his full-throated support of Moralez’s candidacy. I am honored […]
As some of you may or may not know, I live in Cudahy. While Cudahy is a great community to call home, it does have its fair share of challenges (as does any city), and one of the challenges we’re facing here in Cudahy is what’s happening at the Packard Plaza shopping center. Once a […]
Earlier today, Cudahy Alderman Randy Hollenbeck took to Facebook to post a comment on this thread in the Cudahy Town Hall Facebook community. In his comment (which he appears to have deleted immediately after posting), Hollenbeck posted as if he were a teenager, not a grown adult.
See for yourselves.
I’m not sure how […]
Local right-wing squawk radio host Mark Belling sure is a piece of work, and I don’t mean that in a good way. Belling, who once referred to a female school board member as a “whore” and also called breastfeeding moms “sows”, took to the airwaves on Monday to discuss the idea of a married couple […]
This is a very worthwhile cause, and if you live in or near Cudahy I hope you’ll consider making a donation.
Back when he was running for Alderman, ultra-conservative Randy Hollenbeck assured his potential constituents that if elected he’d use his blog on CudahyNOW to inform residents of what was going on within Cudahy’s city government.
I will still keep “the people” informed of what is going on in the city. I will come home after […]
Back in April, I noted the fact that Cudahy Alderman Justin Moralez was facing a June court date for Operating While Intoxicated (OWI), Operating w/ PAC >=0.08, […]