1. Hwy V and Public Comments

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    from Rees Roberts / Added

    Not the usual recording. This is a portion of the Mount Pleasant Village board of Trustees meeting for March 23, 2015. I include only President Gleason's remarks concerning Hwy V and Public Comments from residents.

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    • Sunday, March 22, 2015 | 'Four Words for Love • Part 2'

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      Welcome to WeatherStone | A Life Giving Church. 
Join Lead Pastor Dave Ford with today's message, 'Four Words for Love • Part 2' from the sermon series, 'This is what LOVE looks like'.

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      • 3-23-2015 Democracy 2020 "No on Wi Question 1" Press Conference

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        Press Release: Immediate March 23, 2015 Contact: Mike Wilder, mike@wisconsinvoices.org: 414-339-3290 Voter ID and Judiciary Power Grab are Attacks on Wisconsin’s Election Integrity Groups Urge Wisconsinites to Vote No on Question 1: Measure Would Politicize Wisconsin Supreme Court Madison, WI, – Our Democracy 2020, a coalition of State and National Organizations urged Wisconsinites to vote no on Question 1, which they say is a power grab that will politicize the courts. In addition, the groups addressed the US Supreme Court’s announcement they will not hear Wisconsin’s Voter ID case. The ACLU of WI, a member of Our Democracy 2020 coalition, has filed a stay with the US Federal Appeals Court in Chicago to insure Voter ID will not be in affect for the election in two weeks. Absentee ballots have already been mailed out and early voting begins today. “We shouldn’t have to be here today discussing why our courts should be fair and our elections should be free and accessible,” said Mike Wilder, Coordinator of Our Democracy 2020. “Both the see-saw drama with the misguided Voter ID mandate and the politicization of our State’s Supreme Court are examples of blatant attacks on Wisconsin’s election integrity.” With the spring election just over two weeks away, Our Democracy 2020 wanted to ensure Wisconsin voters know about the statewide referendum on the State Supreme Court. The proposed amendment would give four judges the power to choose the Chief Justice of the state supreme court instead of the people of Wisconsin. For 125 years, the Chief Justice has been the most senior and experienced member of the court as the state Constitution has long required. “The question on April’s ballot is a blatant partisan power grab and it undermines the will of the voters who have selected the chief justice for years, “ disclaimed Wilder. “We are urging the voters of Wisconsin to vote NO on Question 1 to send a message to not mess with our courts.” Joining the press conference was Bert Brandenberg, Executive Director of Justice at Stake, a national non-partisan organization that works to fend off attacks like these in states across the country. “Question one is political hardball dressed up in sleepy-sounding words, and it’s one of the most partisan attacks we’ve seen on a state Supreme Court in many years. Politicians only try to tamper with courts when they think no one is looking. If political partisans of any kind are allowed to reshuffle our courts for political purposes, then everyone’s right to a fair day in court is at risk. The amendment was referred to the April ballot without bi-partisan support, a clear indication that it is political tampering,” Brandenberg said. Question 1 will be on the ballot on April 7 and members of the coalition are planning to do outreach to their members to urge them to vote no. ### http://www.pfaw.org/press-releases/2015/03/people-american-way-allies-vote-no-question-1-keep-wi-supreme-court-non-parti FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Scott Foval 608-469-7876 / sfoval@pfaw.org March 23, 2015 People For the American Way & Allies: Vote “No” on Question 1 to Keep WI Supreme Court Non-Partisan MADISON – Today, People For the American Way joined with Democracy 2020 coalition organizations to call for a defeat of Question 1, a constitutional amendment from right-wing extremists in the Wisconsin Legislature to make the Chief Justice of the State Supreme Court a partisan position. “Question 1 is a naked power grab by one branch of our state government trying to politicize another,” said Scott Foval, PFAW Regional Political Coordinator. “Defending fair and non-partisan courts is a line that must be held in the Badger state. We cannot allow politicians who think no one is paying attention to rewrite the rulebook.” Foval was one of many activists at today’s press conference calling for a “No” vote on Question 1 in the upcoming Spring Elections on Tuesday, April 7, 2015. The conference was held at noon at the Wisconsin State Capitol, and other speakers included Mike Wilder from the Democracy 2020 Coalition / Wisconsin Voices, Bert Brandenberg, Executive Director of Justice At Stake, former Wisconsin Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager, and Legislative Policy Director Analiese Eicher from One Wisconsin Institute. ###

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        • Tree Gods

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          I was invited to go sapping last weekend. I made a short film about it.

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          • Come & See

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            • Setting up Adobe Illustrator preferences

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              Join C2 Instructor, Kevin Stohlmeyer, as he explains the setup of Adobe Illustrator preferences. Like this? Sign up for our newsletter: c2gps.us1.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=7f9a58e9a807318e404324785&id=b7e6cb6425 Follow us on Twitter at: @C2GPS Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/C2GPS Keep up with job listings, free tutorials, and events on our blog at: blog.c2gps.com For more information on our talent placements and current classes offered at Wisconsin’s only Adobe Authorized training center: c2gps.com Audio provided from Vimeo Music store: Heavenly start by James Pants

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              • Lent Service - 3/18/2015

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                Recorded Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church in Bangor, Wisconsin. Opening Anthem by Grades 4-8: “Bethlehem & Calvary” Liturgy – Page 38 (abbreviated “Service of the Word”) Scripture Lesson: Matthew 27:1-10 Hymn – 121 SERMON – Matthew 27:1-10 - “INNOCENT BLOOD” Offertory – Offering Prayer – Lord’s Prayer Benediction Closing Hymn – 112 ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Matthew 27:1-10 (Wartburg Project Translation) Early in the morning, all the chief priests and the elders of the people reached the decision to put Jesus to death. 2They bound him, led him away, and handed him over to Pontius Pilate, the governor. The End of Judas 3Then when Judas, who had betrayed him, saw that Jesus was condemned, he felt remorse. He brought back the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders 4and said, “I have sinned by betraying innocent blood.” But they said, “What is that to us? That is your problem.” 5He threw the pieces of silver into the temple and left. Then he went out and hanged himself. 6The chief priests took the pieces of silver and said, “It is not lawful to put these into the treasury, since it is blood money.” 7They reached a decision. They met and decided to buy the potter’s field with the money, as a burial place for foreigners. 8So that field has been called “The Field of Blood” to this day. 9Then what was spoken through Jeremiah the prophet was fulfilled: “They took the thirty pieces of silver, the price the sons of Israel had set for him, 10and they gave them for the potter’s field, just as the Lord commanded me.”

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                • WCAP "Shake it Off" Flash Mob

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                  A flash mob put on at the Waukesha Public Library to bring awareness to bullying.

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                  • 2015 #StPattysDay Rocks Milwaukee - CommUNITY is ALIVE !

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                    from Sarah LittleRedfeather / Added

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                    2015 Annual St. Patty's Day Parade on Bluemound, Milwaukee ! Neighborhood families of all ages and walks joined the celebration ! The Horn Dogs band with Macyn Taylor and Tommy Greywolf take the stage at McBob's Pub and Grill Photos and editing by LittleRedfeatherDesign@gmail.com

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                    • St. Paul's Lutheran Church, March 22, 2015 Sermon

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                      The NEW Covenant Gives Great Comfort 1) Our Hearts Treasure the LORD 2) Our Hearts Treasure Forgiveness

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