Friday, October 20th, 2017

Waukesha Freeman 01/09/2014, Page A05 Choices, choices for city attorney Two candidates carry baggage with them The race for city attorney in Waukesha presents city residents an interesting choice. For the first time in many years, local voters will have a choice in choosing the right person in what many consider a largely administrative position. […]

My posting of a statement from the Waukesha City Attorney’s office is generating some buzz, but one point is being overlooked and it needs to be addressed. Mayor Jeff Scrima’s claim that City Attorney Curt Meitz says the BID has ceased to exist does not match what Meitz told me. From the Waukesha Freeman on 9/28/12: […]

Waukesha City Attorney Curt Meitz answered some of my questions about the current status of the Business Improvement District (BID) and the decision by the City Administrator Ed Henschel to allow Ron Lostetter to continue managing the BID’s finances: Mr. Wigderson: In response to your inquiry, our office has not written an opinion on the […]

City of Waukesha Mayor Jeff Scrima says he has consulted with City Attorney Curt Meitz and the Waukesha Business Improvement District (BID) currently doesn’t exist.  “With its $250,000 budget, the BID sweeps the streets, organizes the farmers market and puts on the Christmas parade,” Scrima said. “We have a Public Works Department that can sweep […]

So former judge Richard Congdon says that when I attended the artist unveiling at Key Westconsin, all I ever asked anybody was, “‘Where’s the mayor?’ and ‘Can I have more shrimp?’ ” My friends, the former judge must have witnessed a miracle that day. There was a time I could eat more shrimp than Bubba […]

It must be the radium in the water that makes us all crazy. In addition to Waukesha District Attorney Brad Schimel looking into the matter of city of Waukesha Alderman Roger Patton deleting his emails, city of Waukesha Attorney Curt Meitz told me on Tuesday that he planned to speak to Patton. I believe Meitz’s […]