On Valentine's Day, Walker Promises To Give Away Wisconsin In Sweetheart Deals
In Milwaukee County, there is was a piece of land known locally simply as the "county grounds." It was an unique section of the county, as it was the last undeveloped and ungroomed piece of land where nature ruled. It was also unique for the historic Eschweiller Buildings. But the most amazing factor to this ground was the Monarch Trail, one of the rare areas where migrating Monarch butterflies found a completely natural stopping point in their annual migration.
Some days, I think the thing that Scott Walker likes best about being in a position of authority is how he can use the public's money and property to forward his political career, or as in recent days, desperately cling to the position he currently has.
When Walker took office as Milwaukee County Executive, he promised that he would continue the long standing tradition to let no development happen on the grounds and that the only thing he might do is have it made into a state park.