You know you've achieved some objectivity when two opposing sides accuse you of being in favor of the other. Case in point, the proposed development on the lake.
I've said I'm in favor of getting more information on the land and that is what the current process is about.
I've also said if the price isn't right, and the parties can't reach an agreement, I do believe Muskego will still exist as a city.
Tuesday night (Jan 24) represents the fifth time a public input session is being made available on this topic, and those with an opinion, any opinion, is allowed to speak. You can also air your opinions on the stories we've run on this. This will be held at Muskego Lakes Country Club to accommodate the expected crowds, beginning at 7pm. The resolution, which represents $3.55 million in spending, before the Common Council is also on the city's website for people to view.
Need info? Search this site using the tag 'Little Muskego Lake development' for any stories we've run. You can also get a wealth of information on the city's website. Just scroll down on the home page and it's under the "What's New" section.
What's not going to happen is for someone to call you or knock on your door to hand you a ream of documents on the subject. You do have to do some homework, or call your alderman, or read through the information on the website. This information isn't being hidden and the aim is to get the information (what can be available on a property Muskego hasn't even purchased yet) out to as many people in as efficient a manner as possible.
Many of you prefer the 'email the editor' route, but I'm asking you to share your thoughts directly on our site, especially if you have the facts to back them up. Every article offers an opportunity to comment, so please do so. Teach us all something about this.