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Je suis profondément attristé par les attentats à Paris . Je regardais l'alimentation SkyNews direct avec horreur que jeune , des civils innocents ont été fauchés par haineux , mauvais djihadistes .
Que Dieu renforcer le peuple de France . Il peut consolider notre détermination à combattre le mal sous toutes ses formes . Amen.
You may have heard on this mornings news that the La Crosse mayor is all excited about sharing municipal services and how that would save the city money with the implication that would save the whole area money.
First let's say, Bigger is not always better. Secondly if it saves La Crosse money other county citizens will have to pick up the difference, unless there is substantial personnel reductions. If you believe that ......
The idea that surrounding areas use public stuff in La Crosse is in some cases true, however, I haven't noticed that they give credit to the outlying areas when I shop and spend money for employment and help that business pay their taxes. Recently I bought a stove at Wettsteins that I could have bought in West Salem, Onalaska, and had dinner in Stoddard.
A story recently came out that troubles me greatly. It troubles me that Democrats in our state are obsessed with violating our Constitution and punishing law-abiding citizens. I'm sure their hearts are in the right place but their ideas might as well be delivered by fairies riding purple unicorns because their policies will not work in the real world. I'll outline some quotes from the article and my responses to them below. You can find the article at UrbanMilwaukee by clicking here.
I attended the La Crosse County Executive Committee meeting today to observe the proceedings just to see if anyone would try to slip in a new 'Wheel Tax' without the knowledge of the taxpayers. There has been talk recently that Mike Giese, Supervisor for district 17, was interested in raising this issue again after voters made it very clear in January that we do not want this new tax.
The 'wheel tax' never got mentioned, however, what was mentioned were the procedures that the county board was going to follow for new amendments to the budget. Starting on Monday, the budget, as it is currently written, will be introduced to the full county board and then amendments will be addressed.