Jefferson Davis is a longtime resident of Menomonee Falls. He is the proud parent of two wonderful boys. He enjoys singing, volunteering, reading, gardening, politics, antiques, history, guitar, violin, piano, officiating, helping neighbors and yard work. He served as Village President of Menomonee Falls from 2003-05. He is a member of Northbrook Church and serves on the Advisory Council for the Salvation Army Rehabilitation Center. He is an independent registered representative practicing in the areas of insurance, investments and retirement.
Solyndra Syndrome Hits Menomonee Falls Hard
Similar to the recently much covered Solyndra Solar Panel Company story out of California (http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2011-09-18/news/ct-met-kass-0918-20110918_1_solyndra-loan-guarantee-obama-fundraisers-obama-white-house) involving corruption at the highest levels of the federal government that has taken on the form of bribery, quid-pro-quo, cash payments, fund raising bundling and possible extortion with President Obama, his administration, the Department of Energy, campaign supporters and businesses over a $535,000,000,000 taxpayer loan in 2010 resulting in bankruptcy less than a year later, the taxpayer funded hotel and restaurant on Main Street in Menomonee Falls appears to be headed for possible bankruptcy and or foreclosure if bills aren't paid and funds returned to business owners.
Judge Orders Receivership for $18,000,000 Taxpayer Funded Menomonee Falls Radisson Hotel While Delinquent on Loan Payments
Village Outmaneuvers Dane County Creditors on Radisson Hotel Receivership
Kudos to Tom Daykin, Journal Sentinel, for getting the scoop on the latest development involving the ongoing saga of the financially challenged Menomonee Falls Radisson Hotel (http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/business/134330643.html).
Village Falls Fest Non-Profit Group Pay Delinquent Property Taxes of Nearly $22,000 on Empty Theater From 2009-10
Falls Fest Delinquent on Property Taxes from 2009-10 for Empty Theater on Main Street Reached $22,000
In another example of, "...don't do as we do, do as we say", current and former Village Board Members that make up the non-profit corporation group, Falls Fest, have finally made good on their delinquent property taxes from 2009 and 2010 for nearly $22,000.