OUR Milwaukee County: First Listening Sessions Are This Week

Here is your chance at grass roots democracy…time to voice your opinion on what form of county government you prefer…the opportunity to be involved instead of strangers from the capital telling you what you get…attend these listening sessions and make your voice heard:

Tuesday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m.
Wilson Park Senior Center, Main Hall, 2601 W. Howard, Ave., Milwaukee
Supervisor Jason Haas

Thursday, March 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Wauwatosa Public Library, Firefly Room, 7635 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa
Supervisor James “Luigi” Schmitt

I intend to make as many as I can possibly attend…so see you there!


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  1. Thanks Ed.

    Below is from the allegedly conservative Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation.

    Strong support for LOCAL autonomy and the “decentralization of power.”

    “….They will seek to reinvigorate and reempower the traditional, local institutions — families, schools, churches, and neighborhoods — that provide training in and room for the exercise of genuine citizenship, that pass on everyday morality to the next generation, and that cultivate personal character.

    They will encourage decentralization of power and accountability away from centralized, bureaucratic, national institutions back to the states, localities, and revitalized mediating structures where citizenship is more fully realized….”


    The above is a ringing endorsement of the County Board/legislative branch. No surprise, current President of the Bradley Foundation, Mike Grebe, is ignoring his own Foundation’s emphasis.

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