Dick Steinberg has resided in the city of Brookfield for 35 years. He served 34 years as municipal judge and has been an attorney for 50 years. He enjoys tennis, golf, biking and creative writing, which includes legal issues, sports, government and people.
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150 years after Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg address he still towers over all American Presidents and patriots as the STATESMAN.
I have been a Green Bay Packer fan ever since they played at State Fair Park in West Allis. I remember QB's Arnie Herber, Irv Comp and Cecil Isbell. Later came Lynn Dickey and then Brett Favre. All of them and others not mentioned were first class. I do not remember any significant backups during those years.
The article published in the editorial page today of MJS, p.9A, by Cindy Kilkenny, a Brookfield blogger and political columnist, is simply stated "she nailed it". She is to be commended by attending a Senate Committee meeting to oppose Senate Bill 282 and other collateral legislation and taking a stand against the grain of her fellow Republicans. You don't see that much of that these days!
Having your own Blog is not what it seems. So I decided to post this to give you some insight From A Blogger.
In the past few months the news of a development in the location better know as Silenos Pit has caused resentment by those citizens who are residents that reside near the location of the proposed development. The announcement of this planned development came as a great surprise to the dismay of the taxpayers who have a personal and financial interest in protecting their property rights. Property rights have been sacred in the City of Brookfield since its inception. But, today the wishes and desires of city hall employees and commercial developers ignore the very people that live and vote in our city.