Ethics Board 3/31/14

The Board meeting was nothing to write home about just how the hearing of evidence will be handled  in the next hearing the first week in May. The Hearing will be closed to the public unless Mary Osterman wants it open, however I am told by the City Attorney that the records and documents are PUBLIC RECORD this could prove to be useful to the folks suing the City  with the RICO action.

Far fewer at this (Members of the Public) then the last time no Journal Times  no Real Racine TV

I know I will be called as a witness as will members of the City Cable Commission and staff of Belle City TV with records being asked for like I said the records will be public records after the hearing is over may be very useful to the RICO folks.

The big event this morning was when Mr. Spodick, Scott  Nelson, and I are walking down the hall to leave City Hall and down the West Steps is Mayor John Dickert   who starts I will call verbally attacking Mr. Spodick about Back Taxes this goes on for about say 2 minutes as he leaves the building.

We wait inside until we know the Mayor has left the Parking lot.  We thought be best to just let him yell and walk away from anytime of conflict

Wowser! The Mayor feels he can yell at members of the Public when he feels like it? Is this something we should expect from our Mayor?

Might the Mayor of Racine feel the pressure of the RICO action? The Ethics Hearing over CAR 25?  Is stress getting to the point of our Mayor needing to seek treatment over said issues? That be sad if stress got to the point of the Mayor not say yelling at someone he may not like to say punching someone out. Now that be a lawsuit! tumblr_n2l3tzYzb61spj0ojo1_1280

3 Responses to Ethics Board 3/31/14

  1. Kate Remington says:

    geez louise it’s a good thing I went out the front door!  There is no rest when you are king NeB-U-CHAD-NeZZZ-ZAR now that the beasts have arrived there will be no rest everMORE until the end      

    P.S. next time, use the front door at City Hall because the Mayor hangs out in the assessors office.  There are windows there.  Maybe he hangs with the new assessor laughing and digging into the muck.   Jim exits with the two of you, his 3 least favorite subjects he knows are in his building and he has no rest. His mood is as dark as his special black phone and there you are in his sight…his 3 least favorite subjects!


  2. Mr. Racine says:

    A brave man is a man who dares to look the Devil in the face and tell him he is a Devil.

    – James A. Garfield

    James Garfield is best known as the 20th president of the United States. He was assassinated after only a few months in office.

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