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Crying in His Custard Part II

Biden, smartass, custard, Kopp;s, Gillies, Leon's, Borkin, Republican, Democrat

Looking at the responses I received to my previous post "Crying in His Custard", I thought the "Lower Taxes-Smartass" exchange between Vice President Joe Biden, and Kopp's Manager Scott Borkin, deserved a little more analysis (very little).

What if we changed the players just a little bit.  We will leave Scott Borkin in as Kopp's Manager --- but we will construct 4 different scenarios, substituting the Vice President with Non Political figures.

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Is it a Safe Bet for Northshore Suburbs (or other governments) to Finance New Commercial Building ?

Commercial Real Estate, TIF's, BID, Government Financing, Loan Guarantees, Northshore Suburbs Milwaukee WI, Vacant Space, Overbuilding, Retail SF Per Capita

Following is what some of the experts think of the Present Commercial RE Market -- and What the Future Portends:

If There's A Bottom In Sight For Commercial Real Estate, We Can't See It

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Could the Tragic Death of Maddie Kiefer been Avoided ---- Topic Revisited in Light of Current Discussions on Integrating All Northshore Police Under One Dispatch

Maddie Kiefer, Matthew Laughrin, Drug House, Whitefish Bay, Northshore Suburbs, Police Resources

THIS POSTING WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BACK IN JULY OF THIS YEAR --- IT QUESTIONS WHETHER THE NORTHSHORE CAN HAVE BETTER POLICE PROTECTION AT A LOWER COSTS BY COMBINING THE DEPARTMENTS.

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SHOREWOOD GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO FIX SEWAGE BACKUP PROBLEMS NOW !

Sewage Backup, Shorewood, TIF, BID, Backflow Preventers, Basement Flooding, Raw Sewage, Government Priorities, Property Values, Floods

As a result of last weeks big storm, approx 160 houses in Shorewood had raw, filthy sewage back up through the floor drains in their basement.

This wasn't the first time that the antiquated Shorewood sewer system couldn't handle all the rain water and sewage during a big storm -- and unless Shorewood's goverment does something about it -- it certainly won't be the last.

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