Cindy moved to Brookfield in 1994 with her husband and three children in tow. It's been a very interesting seventeen years.
I'm not going to run.
I called City Hall today to see who all had declared intent in my district, and the answer was no one. That was an interesting response given that the 2nd district incumbent Rick Owen was out collecting signatures this weekend.
Happy Dance! I love Aldi's. I love, love, love Trader Joe's. And it's official. On-the-recent-addendum-to-the-Plan-Commission-meeting-next-Monday-night official. WooHoo!
From that accompanying staff report: In June 2011, the Plan Commission recommended approval of a PDD for “Underwood Crossing”, a proposed retail center including a big box anchor located at 12821 W. Bluemound Road. ... The primary applicant, Ryan Companies, has secured a specialty grocer – Trader Joe’s – as a tenant for Lot 2 of the site, or the outbuilding lot located at the northeast corner of the property.
The Business Journal is reporting the developer of the office/retail building at Capitol Heights is now filing bankruptcy and Anchor Bank is owed money. Capitol Heights was a disaster from the beginning. Surely the Common Council will learn that extra density does not create a better community.
There's another vote they will soon face with a similar decision. They've all been there long enough to know better. Will they admit it? Probably not. It's always someone else's fault. Just watch.