After meeting with the Department of Public Works, I am thrilled to announce my first initiative! It will be a goal of mine to work directly with the Department of Public Works to establish a leaf pick up schedule for the city of Muskego. When I go door-to-door speaking with residents, a leaf pick up schedule is one topic often brought up. This will build upon the already very successful public works program we have.
I will be releasing additional initiatives Mondays around this time up until the election. This will illustrate a clear vision and direction for how I will serve you, the people of Muskego. Running for mayor is more than just experience.
You can also view this on my website: www.DombrowskiForMayor.com
Questions/Concerns? Contact me directly at: 414-775-7670
Waukesha County is voting on a resolution to become a second amendment sanctuary county. If I am fortunate enough to be elected April 7th, I would like to see Muskego become a second amendment sanctuary city.
If you are unfamiliar with the concept, second amendment sanctuary counties are popping up all over the country, including in Wisconsin. The premise is to send a very clear message that the county sheriff will not enforce unconstitutional gun confiscation laws enacted by anti-gun majorities in state capitols. Although in Wisconsin we are safe for now with the majorities we have in the assembly and senate, this could certainly change in the future. We currently have the most anti-gun governor/attorney general combination in the history of this state. Do not forget, THAT attorney general IS the highest ranking law enforcement officer in Wisconsin and has a lot of latitude regulation wise when it comes to firearm policy. Any move would for sure end up in court, but everyone knows if that court starts in Dane county, trouble is ahead.
Designating Muskego as a second amendment sanctuary city would send a strong message as to where we as a community stand on the second amendment and the constitution as a whole.
The county board meeting on this matter was scheduled for today, but has been postponed due to the COVID-19 virus. I would like to thank supervisors Hammitt, Grant, Waltz, Morris, Batzko and Johnson for their support on this resolution, let them know you do as well.
Thank you to Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty for the graphic. If you would like to follow a local group regarding this topic, please follow Waukesha County Second Amendment Sanctuary.
For the last year or so, there has been quite a bit of disagreement on how to proceed with the repair of Hillendale Dr. It was widen, sidewalks, bike path, bigger ditches, maybe even curbs and gutters? There was a lot of back and forth between the city and the residents, along with a lack of full disclosure and missing information. As I understand it now, the project is on hold for the time being.
My campaign kicked off last December at Mugzy's, specifically because of this issue. I saw it as a shining example of the city ignoring the residents and telling them what was going to become of their property. We all understand if a sewer or water line is leaking or broken, you dig it up and replace it. If it's been in place long enough a tree or two may have to be removed.
Cutting down numerous trees and confiscating frontage for a vanity project is another issue. The road is in bad shape. Grind it up and lay down new asphalt, that is what the residents want. The other items are not necessary, nor is Hillendale Dr. a " downtown" type of road. This is one more example of a few in power dictating to the masses what they will have to live with. If the residents don't want something that is not necessary other than to fulfill the wishes of government, they shouldn't have to put up with it.
Although this issue is real and happening, it is also a metaphor for why I am running for mayor. The government is supposed to serve the people, not search for reasons to disrupt their lives.