Milwaukee County employees and tax payers are under assault again.
There is a resolution that the Personnel Committee will be discussing at their next meeting, which is designed to eliminate the current defined benefit pension plan and replace it with a defined contribution plan, such as a 401(k). This is a trend that is being [...]
As we had reported on Facebook last week, Supervisor Paul Cesarz is not going to run for re-election.
Cesarz has been skipping meetings and has rarely been in office, earning him disparagement among his colleagues and constituents alike. Instead of performing the job he was elected to do, is working full time as a pharmacist [...]
As part of his 2012 County Budget proposal, Chris Abele included a plan to gouge the Sheriff’s Office’s budget and lay off over hundred deputies. The County Board’s Audit and Finance Committee trimmed those cuts slightly, but still leaving a lot of lay offs in place.
As one might imagine, this has caused a considerable [...]
Just a few weeks ago, Supervisor Joe Sanfelippo admitted to ripping off tax payers by only giving a small fraction of his time and attention to county matters. Instead, he focused most of his day on his taxi cab business, which was making money from the county, by the way.
Then just a few days [...]
Steve Schultze has an article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about Milwaukee County Supervisor Paul Cesarz, who apparently is having some major issues.
It is reported that Cesarz has all but abdicated his responsibilities as a County Supervisor. He is rarely in the Courthouse, misses many committee meetings and fails to respond to the phone [...]
Some of the County Board Supervisors sent out a joint press release with their takes on Scott Walker’s proposed budget.
The usual suspects, like Paul Cesarz and Joe Sanfelippo, do their usual sycophantic worshiping of Walker, even though the budget is unbalanced and probably illegal.
Usual critics of Walker, like John Weishan and Chris Larson [...]
On Independence Day, being the first Sunday of the month, WISN-AM hosted “Inside the County Board“, a monthly radio show in which various County Board Supervisors speak about issues facing the Board. The purpose of the show is to give citizens a chance to gain insight into how the County Board works and how they [...]