Clarifying the point about that corner
First of all I would like to thank Mr. Felhofer for calling me a gentleman. I appreciate the compliment.
I think he misconstrued my objection to the CVS pharmacy building design. I do not object to the CVS pharmacy. I use it every time I need a prescription filled.
Your Holly Feldman said, "The whole corner is a hodgepodge." Why continue to add to the hodgepodge?
You now have an opportunity to improve the appearance of that corner. If CVS has spent "zillions of research dollars developing store facades," why can't they spend a zillion dollars to design one that would reflect the character and ambiance of the community they are trying to serve?
and Baileys Harbor
A thank-you from Kroll family
Aaron and our family would like to sincerely thank everyone for their generous donations to the Cerebral Palsy Center during this year's Telethon. Your money is going to support a great cause.
The therapists and staff at the Center are absolutely amazing. They have gotten Aaron to do more in the last two years than we have in the nine years prior. We only expect to see more improvements in Aaron as long as we can continue to use the CP Center's services.
Without the financial help of people such as yourselves, the CP Center wouldn't be able to continue meeting the needs of kids and adults with disabilities. Our family feels truly blessed to have the support of wonderful family and friends like you. Thank you again for your donations and God Bless You!
With our sincerest thanks,
Aaron, Mike, Mary and Ethan Kroll
It's not just a two-way race
I am reaching out to our newspapers because I can't seem to get your attention any other way than a letter directly addressing you. There is a massive prohibition problem in this state. We need to move on to a forum where I can explain this to you, but for some reason none of you seem to give a flying Zelda. What gives?
I have posted a VBlog on YouTube you can search for - "Burke, Libertarian for Governor of Wisconsin Addresses Heroin and HOPE Bills" - that addresses the reality of the heroin problem in Wisconsin. I'm a candidate for governor of the third-largest political party in America, and Wisconsin Libertarians think our ideas deserve to be heard. There are serious laws being violated by our federal government, people are dying, and lives are being ruined.
Is there still a journalist out there who relishes the notion that you represent the fourth branch of government? Please, report on Libertarian perspectives and give us a shot.
Libertarian candidate for governor