This blog seeks changes at the NEIGHBORHOOD-LEVEL by a Call for transparency and accountability of ALL who are elected-appointed-volunteered and hired. WE encourage Citizen-Centered engagement, leadership and decision making. We value Principle-Centered Leadership that practices day-to-day Code of Conduct to maximize all government spending, respectful of civil-human-legal rights. It was created on June 3, 2010, with the thought that if I want it to be, it starts and end with me.
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Our fact-finding triggered some interesting and telling comments. Their comments speak volumes to the climate of "denial" and "I do not care".
The comments say, "I am not my brother's keeper" and "I approve the disregard" - DISCRIMINATION, TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION and "it is OK".
It speaks to the SEGREGATION that promotes Enduring Concentrated Poverty.
Do notice the wording of the comments.
The use of the city coffers and its resources are going to everybody but the CORE CONSTITUENTS - African American, other People of Color and Work Challenged.
When our city elected officials - turn a blind eye - engage in SEGREGATION, DISCRIMINATION, and Conflict of Interest for starters - give away our resources (tax credits, districts, real estate, special funding, special legislation - NBA MEGA Bucks Deal), without investment conditions with transparency and accountability; there is NO bar set for respecting the People.
Today, I call for accountability from all Charter officers:
Mayor Tom Barrett, Common Council - President Ashanti Hamilton, Cavalier Johnson-2nd District, Nik Kovac-3rd District, Robert J. Bauman-4th District, James A. Bohl, Jr.-5th District, Milele A. Coggs-6th District, Khalif J. Rainey-7th District, Robert G. Donovan-8th District, Chantia Lewis-9th District, Michael J. Murphy-10th District, Mark A. Borkowski-11th District, José G. Pérez-12th District, Terry L. Witkowski-13th District, Tony Zielinski-14th District, Russell W. Stamper, II-15th District, Comptroller Martin Matson, City Attorney Grant Langley, and Treasurer Spencer Coggs. What say you? What are you doing? How do we have a "sitting" City Engineer, Jeff Poleske, on the Board of Bublr Bike?