Episode 2: A Discussion With Green Bay Alderman William "Bill" Galvin
Local issues discussed include:
- "Operation Frogger" and Pedestrian safety.
- Should the police department have dedicated traffic enforcement units?
- The campaign between Rhonda and Bill and how they endeavored to run a respectful campaign.
- The City of Green Bay Code of Conduct for Elected Officials including the process and possible penalties.
- The allegations related to Alderman Chris Wery accessing the personal banking information of his district 8 opponent Debbie Jacques.
- Who should have the power to appoint city council commit members?
- Should Brown County expanding the county jail?
- Is the Mayor downplaying crime statistics?
- How much does the country jail cost taxpayers?
- The current status of Colburn Pool, the expected cost and who should pay for it.
- The current status of the outdoor events center, it's cost, parking, and what it's impact will be on the South Broadway area.
- Infrastructure issues including flooding issues and the necessary sewer upgrades and cost.
- Issues with lead pipe removal and the cost for homeowners.
- How can city council members help get people more engaged in local politics.
- The benefits of neighborhood associations.
National Issues Discussed Include:
- Having "Good" vs "Bad" candidates in national election.
- Are stadiums a “bad” investments for municipalities?
- Should private businesses get public funding for expansion?
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