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Issue Date: December 16, 2021

Dear Editor,

My name is Katie Berman, and right now I'm one of the two Aldermen in District 3 in Peshtigo. I thoroughly believe that the city government cannot function if our own house is not in order. To me, this means everyone needs to feel like they can work together even though we may have differing opinions. I am really surprised at the lack of onboarding and training given to Aldermen. There are so many things that could be done more efficiently if we were all on the same page. Training and continual group guidance may go a long way to alleviating a lot of my questions. Anybody who knows me, knows that I am an extremely responsible and ethical person. I am always researching and doing my homework. Current leadership does not foster a feeling of a united group.

In our last Common Council Meeting on December 7th, our Mayor replied to the letter I read at our November 22nd meeting. I was very glad to have a response. However, the tone and overall accusatory nature of her response, along with the blatant threat of ethics violations and lawsuits have really thrown me off from wanting to work alongside people with the sort of character to disparage others. Instead of actively trying to build relationships with and properly educate Aldermen, we instead are scolded to every perceived mistake.

One of my biggest issues from Tuesday's council meeting is concerning the letter from the Healing Patriots requesting to use the Henry Drees Community center February 11 and 12, 2022. The building was being requested to be used at no charge. Earlier this year and at multiple times, Aldermen have been chastised for letting different groups utilize the Drees center for free. We've been continually told that this facility operates in the red. Being fiscally responsible is extremely important to me. I want every tax payer to be able to trust that the city is making the best use of their tax dollars. My vote was no, because in an earlier committee meeting on November 29th, the Fire Lighting and Building Committee reviewed our fee schedule at the Drees center. We made no changes other to say we will be sticking to the current fee schedule and that in 2022 every organization will need to pay something to use this facility. Most local organizations will need to pay between $15 and $55 for use of these facilities. The use of the Henry Drees center for the Healing Patriots passed in a vote of four to two. After the vote, the Mayor proceeded with, as quoted in our very own Peshtigo Times, "On behalf of the city veterans I would like to thank those who voted yes". Instead of thanking the Aldermen for a yes vote, I believe the statement should have been thanking all of our veterans for their service and the sacrifices they have made to our country. That statement was unprofessional. It was made to simply paint a cloud around those that voted no. I did not vote no because I don't appreciate veterans. I voted no based on the prior conversations the Mayor had with us surrounding the use of the Drees center. I personally would be more than glad to help such a worthy cause. My father, stepfather, brother, and his wife, grandparents, uncles, cousins, friends, and clients have made the sacrifice to serve our country. I am humbled by their service and the sacrifices they have made. The small sacrifices I have made in my life will never compare to that of our veterans.

We all know that words matter. In my short time on the council I have seen the character of Aldermen and community members scrutinized. Questioning authority, current processes, or digging too deeply into issues seems to be viewed as a problem. This kind of an environment is not good for the morale of any employees or community members. Time and time again it has been proven if you aren't agreeable, it will me made sure that you character will always be in question. Of course I may have faltered and made many missteps, but those are not a detriment to my character. They are building blocks that make me a better person. In regards to my service to this city, I hope that everyone will realize the strength of my character and convictions. I try daily to be very conscious with my words and actions as I know that what I say and do will help people formulate decisions and opinions. I aspire to be the kind of person that builds people up and can unite the community.

Katie Berman



Dear Editor,

What is wrong with the world? The answer is many things and the list is growing sadly. It has been slowly eroding until the last few years when it started picking up speed quickly. It is not limited in scope either.  The poor, middle class and even the wealthy are being affected worldwide. Everything the US president touches seems to turn into a mess and get worse. A lot of the politicians on the world, national, state and even local levels seem to be contributing to the problems.

We have non-practicing medical professionals giving us directives based on lining their own pockets and the medical companies that indirectly support them. Think about this: Many non-practicing medical folks and know nothing politicians tell us the vaccines work.  Products that were developed using tax payer dollars not the drug companies, rushed (actually just voted) into acceptance with the shots also being paid for by tax payers funds. Nothing about them is free. Don't you wonder what this is all costing?  I do. The drug makers are profiting greatly at the tax payers expense. Employees are now being forced into getting the shots even though the shots do not seem to be stopping covid. Employees that have worked tirelessly for two years now suddenly need to be vaccinated.  Why?  People are getting sick if they had the shots or not. People are getting sick from the shots. I know many including my own mother that have gotten sick from the shots, some very sick. There are lots of claims being made about the shots helping, reducing, slowing, etc. but unfortunately it is not proven or disproven. Natural immunity does not count either according to the self-proclaimed experts. People are still getting sick regardless of vaccine status. The vaccines are still experimental using the CDC's own definitions. Masks obviously do not work either even though they all told us they would. 

We are being told that hospitals are overcrowded but again no real numbers or examples. Hospitals are built to normally be 85% to 90% full with normal daily activities in them. Hospitals cannot release people with covid. Nursing homes and assisted living homes cannot accept people with covid.  Nursing homes and assisted living homes cannot accept people if they have active in house covid patients or employees either. Covid patients require special care and employees do not really want to care for them. Would you?  Are you starting to get the real picture of the story the media and politicians are half telling us? Former President Trump called it "fake news". It really should be called opinion news. Sadly it is difficult to know who or what to trust or even what the real truth is any more. I wish I had a solution, I do not. Lucky for us Peshtigo Times readers they seem to be avoiding "fake news".

Sincerely,

Pete Pfankuch

Marinette County



Dear Editor:

Elijah Behnke's recent letter (December 8, 2021) with the outrageous claim, that by vetoing Senate Bill 463, Gov. Evers opted to keep parents in the dark about what is being taught in the classroom, is disgusting. As head of the Dept. of Public Education for years, as well as governor, Gov. Evers has always supported family involvement in kids' lives, not only concerning their academic achievement, but also in all aspects of their health and well-being. Mr. Behnke should know why Evers vetoed the bill since his public statement was easily available. He should know the bill failed to provide adequate funding to implement the measures which effectively required school boards to maintain on their website a list of and bibliographic information for EVERY piece of material assigned, distributed, or presented at any activity or course at EVERY school in the district and in EVERY classroom of EVERY grade level for EVERY subject area. Mr. Behnke should know the bill included no money for additional resources or staff support to ensure districts could implement these measures. Why did he not mention this significant detail? He should also know the bill exempted independent charter schools and private schools in parental choice programs likely funded mostly by state and local tax dollars. Why not, if "parents should always have full control over their children's education"? By the way, the Wisconsin Association of School Boards comprised of parents/community members, opposed this bill.

Furthermore, Mr. Behnke should know that under existing federal law, every school district already MUST have policies and procedures to make sure parents can request access to instructional materials being taught to their kids, and virtually all districts have policies and procedures to address parents' concerns or complaints about instructional materials. In addition, most school already require detailed curriculum documents and following guidelines developed by professionals at the Dept. of Public Instruction. Public school districts encourage and need parental involvement; this was exemplified during the school closures due to COVID when parental involvement was critical for students to maintain and develop skills. For example, since beginning readers are not very independent, it was essential for parents to be actively engaged in their learning lest their children forget how to read.

Senate Bill 463 was nothing more than a political ploy to undermine public education once again, this time by pretending there was a problem with transparency in public education. Elijah Behnke should be ashamed of his posturing. If he really cares about our children, he should be focusing on measures to ensure their health and well-being. A good place to start would be to champion legislation which would make a real difference in their lives, rather than for spiteful reasons, pretending to care.

Doris LaCourt

December 13, 2021

P.S. Besides impeccable credentials in education, Gov. Evers has many years of experience as a professional educator. Wisconsin is fortunate to have a governor with real expertise in education. Parents can trust his judgement rather than partisan politics.

Letter to the Editor

Republican State Representative Jeff Mursau and State Senator Mary Felzkowski hosted a listening session at the Lena Public Library. I would like to thank them for their time and frankness. One of the topics discussed was the Mike Gableman forensic audit of the last election. Republican speaker Vos hired Gableman for this task after meeting with the loser of the last Presidential election. Gableman admitted he had no knowledge of how elections worked. Gableman in turn hired a number of Republicans who sympathized with conspiracy theories that the election had been stolen. These people came from the Trump administration, the Federalist Society, and others, one Gableman will not identify. This investigation team lacks bipartisan representation.

Gableman's forensic audit appears to have had two goals. First, it is to create doubt in a free and fair election that by all accounts ran smoothly despite the pandemic. Second, it is to open the door for new legislation to restrict voting and install sympathizers in the Wisconsin Election Commission. The first goal was easily achieved as the mere fact of auditing the election sows doubt in their base. Sadly, the second goal appears to be well on its way. The two elected officials at the meeting stated that Gableman is not doing a forensic audit despite Speaker Vos calling it just that. They said the audit was already completed by the Legislative Audit Bureau.

There are somewhere between 18 to 36 pieces of pending legislation in the Assembly and Senate because of supposed irregularities found based on recommendations from the bureau. In response to the question of why no one has been prosecuted over election fraud, their comment was that it was up to Attorney General Josh Kaul and that the legislature can't prosecute anyone. They really didn't have a comment on the Gableman audit only to say that it was an assembly issue and neither Jeff nor Mary really seemed to agree with it. The assembly didn't vote on the hiring and that Speaker Vos did it on his own. They stated he has the authority to spend $700,000.00 of taxpayer money without their approval. There are no checks on his authority. This money is not well spent and risks undermining our democracy.

They stated that election laws were not followed. The lack of any charges being brought against election official argues against fraud. It is all about opening the door for new election laws, which intend to bias the results of the next election. Two of the pending bills in the Senate and assembly really grabbed my attention. They are SB61 and AB35. It is to change the way our 10 electoral votes from Wisconsin are cast. We cast all 10 votes for president to the winner of the popular vote in Wisconsin as it is done similarly in 48 states. SB61 and AB35, if they would become law would distribute the 10 votes by giving each congressional district a vote. There are 8 districts, the remaining 2 would be awarded to the winner of the statewide popular vote. If this was in place at the last election, Biden would have received 2 electoral votes for winning the statewide popular vote by 20,000 votes. He would have taken two districts for a total of four, compared to the loser's six. While this proposal might not be unreasonable in the absence of gerrymandering, rather than seeking to break up the winner takes all electoral process for the state, this intends to bias the assignment of electoral votes in a presidential election. The potential risks of awarding electoral votes on gerrymandered districts should not be understated.

The Electoral College has always been controversial. In a democracy, the popular votes make a lot of sense and it takes the potential of corruption out of the process. The United States has been recently downgraded to a flawed democracy. There area number of issues that brought us here. Trust in political institutions is an essential part of a well-functioning democracy. The public confidence in government has been taken down to an all-time low. Rather than changing the way we distribute electoral votes, lets eliminate them entirely. In a democracy the popular vote of the people is what is important. Every vote counts and must be counted. This would make for a free and fair election and take the risk of corruption out of the equation. Regardless of whether we identify as Republicans, Democrats, or independents, we must protect our institutions, our Democracy that we all love from any antidemocratic.

Thank you for taking the time to read.

Dennis Fiedorowicz



Dear Editor,

The Christian Food Pantry in Lakewood would like to Thank our community for their 2021 Christmas support.

Special thanks to Lakewood Supervalue, Mikes supermarket, Prospect Lodge, Townsend Long Branch, The Depot gas station, Potawatomi Carter Casino and several anonymous donators.

The gifts and food donations exceeded our expectations. You're an amazing community!!

Merry Christmas and Blessings to you and your families from all of us here at the Christian Food Pantry.

Mary Liner,

Secretary



"Christmas is a Time of Magic"

Christmas is a time of magic

Mistletoe and love,

Christmas is a time of giving

And staring at the stars above,

Christmas is a time of peace

Family gatherings and homemade meals,

Christmas is a time of caring

And letting those you love know how you feel,

Christmas is a time of brotherhood

And catching snowflakes on your tongue,

Christmas is a time of remembrance

Of those who are long gone,

Christmas is a time of believing

That someday we'll accept one another,

Christmas is a time of loving

And playing outside in the snow,

Christmas is a time of laughing

And visiting someone who is along,

Christmas is a time of magic

And reaching out a helping hand,

Christmas is a time of kindness

And spreading peace and love through out the land

Roger Lanich

Wausaukee



"Jesus" "God's Son" John 3:16 and John 14:6

God sent his greatest

Gift at Christmas

He sent "Jesus",

His only Son.

Who at Thirty-Three

Died on Calvary's Tree

Offering Eternal Life

To Everyone.

So if you" Repent"

Believe" and Receive

"Jesus"

Who's the Life" The Truth"

" The Way.

You'll then Receive

Eternal Life,

With God and Jesus,

Some Sweet Day.

By Joyce Bedora


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