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.
Village Retiree Backdrop Cash Payouts Total Nearly $2.4 Million, While Annual Health Care Premiums Approach $22,000
With all the talk recently of Milwaukee County Employees retiring early to penalize taxpayers with forced multi-million dollar cash payouts (http://www.jsonline.com/news/milwaukee/123955564.html) totaling nearly $200 million over the last 10 years, a very well kept secret goes on and on in Menomonee Falls on a somewhat smaller scale because of fewer employees than Milwaukee County and a slightly different payout formula.
Remember when the news broke in October of 2009 that people in Detroit were lined up for blocks to get their "Obama Stash"? (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ojd13kZlCA&feature=related)
Thank You Governor Walker and the Republican Legislature
Similar to the international distress code S.O.S. (... _ _ _ ...), which was first used by the German Government for radio regulations in 1905, the Village and School District of Menomonee Falls, Waukesha County and the State of Wisconsin are in an all out distress mode being held hostage by public unions and Senate Democrats and their unwillingness to work with the legislature and governor to help correct decades of financial and spending missteps by both parties.
Another FOJSJ (Friend of Joe Greco, Sue and Jim Jeskewitz) has been taken care of because of whom he knows and not what he knows or does with a nearly 30% increase in his part-time salary over the last three years that is now approaching $60,000 a year.