Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

In the Town of Waukesha today, Angie Van Scyoc and Joe Banske easily won the recall elections today, winning seats on the Town Board outright. Van Scyoc won the election for Town Board Chairman with 66.5% of the vote, avoiding the need for a run-off. She had 1114 votes to Patricia Bartlett’s 244 votes and […]

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting the Town of Waukesha authorized two separate legal challenges to the City of Waukesha digging five shallow wells on the Lathers property.  Just think how some of the communities surrounding the city would react if the city of Waukesha dug even more shallow wells as an attempted solution to […]

While it’s tempting to stand athwart a pipeline and yell “stop!” (to steal a phrase), there is also a maxim that missed: “Where there is no alternative there is no…” Problem. Mayor Jeff Scrima has continued to stand athwart building a pipeline to Lake Michigan out of an inordinate fear that someday Milwaukee will contaminate […]

Waukesha County Supervisor Walter Kolb is playing host again to the Waukesha Republican Party campaign headquarters at his property on highway 164 and Pearl Street, right across from the porn shop. In front of the Republican headquarters will be the usual assortment of campaign signs. Also in front of the GOP headquarters are signs for […]

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Dec 17, 2009; Section:Opinion; Page Number:8A     Will supervisor’s vote on Walgreens lead to recall?  Town of Waukesha neighbors considering legal action  (James Wigderson is a blogger publishing at and a Waukesha resident. His column runs Thursdays in The Freeman.)      The town of Waukesha has found an unfortunate way out […]