Tom grew up in Milwaukee, bartended in Wauwatosa in the '70s and moved here in 1984.
Commentary, observations and musings about the outdoors, life in general and maybe Tosa politics and personalities will be the order of the day. He savors a lively debate as much as terrific cooking.
Tosa has been home to curling since 1920 - making the Wauwatosa Curling Club one of the oldest in Wisconsin.
Three Forums so far - good ones I might add.
The February 21st forum conducted by the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce has had the largest turnout. The questions were good.
So last Sunday afternoon I returned home from hunting with girlfriend - exhausted. Looking forward to putting my feet-up, I strip down to my long johns and stretch-out in a comfortable chair to read the papers.
The final organized Public Forum devoted to Tosa's mayoral race was held on Thursday, March 13th. I was there and it was excellent. I was told that approximately 120 people attended.
The students at Tosa East and Tosa West along with WauwatosaNOW deserve a big hand for all of their hard work in making this happen.
Can't you just anticipate spring waiting to be sprung tomorrow?
With spring practically here summer is not far behind.
You know - the vision thing that's been bandied-about in the four public mayoral forums.
In keeping with my practice of performing a valuable public service I have saved all of you a trip to City Hall and $5.00 in copying costs.
Here are the candidate's campaign finance reports.
I have been away.
Upon my return to Tosa I was thrilled to learn that I had received my very own personal copy of campaign muck - Authorized and paid for by Tosans for Responsible Government, Stanley L. Zurawski, Sr. Treasurer - as an unbiased and ostensibly independent supporter of the Didier for Mayor Campaign.