Masks and crowd control were an added feature as Kenosha’s outdoor market season debuted Saturday. Kenosha HarborMarket, the city’s mainstay and foundational enterprise, controlled the steady flow of customers as did the newly formed Kenosha Public Market, located in the City Hall parking lot. Warm, sunny weather attracted the experienced and curious shoppers, thankful forContinue reading “Outdoor Markets a Hit Saturday”
Over 2,000 people of all ages and races and beliefs gathered in Civic Center Park for Tuesday evening’s Kneel For Nine. It was well spirited and respectful and honorable. The event’s name symbolically refers to the nearly nine minutes that police officer David Chauvin kneeled on the neck of George Floyd on May 23. AContinue reading “Kneel For Nine”
For the past month, Kenosha City Council and Committee meetings have been conducted remotely and we’re all getting the hang of it, so are our cats. Smokey (left) and Alley never fail to convene and advise each Monday evening.
I smiled when I looked at the return address, and anxious to see what the topic was, I read about a problem I was able to quickly address for this anonymous constituent. Keep those letter coming. I’ll do my best.
Please read this information closely for special instructions, but the good news is that we can move those home cleaning tasks up a notch.
I was sworn in as 2nd District Alderman Friday afternoon in an impromptu but necessary way at city hall. Once again, thanks to all who supported me. And let’s stay in touch.
I really look forward to serving Kenosha’s Second District for the next two years, so thanks to everyone who supported my campaign. And I want to stay in touch with all of you. Don’t hesitate to contact me.
After a chaotic news cycle in Madison yesterday , the decision has been made that in-person voting will take place today until 8 p.m. Public safety protocols will be in place, so please don’t forget to cast your vote today. Polling places have been reduced to 10 locations, but the 2nd District Public Museum siteContinue reading “It’s Election Day and the Polls are OPEN”
The final set of 100 portraits by local photographer Kevin Poirier reflecting Kenosha’s racial diversity on the faces of Frank and Southport elementary school students was pasted up Thursday on a spacious lot in the downtown district. Kenosha Creative Space’s Francisco Loyola and Steve Hawkins worked for two days hanging the 24″ x 36″ printsContinue reading ““Our Kids, Our Future””