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Couple things. First, I did not know Kirsten Lee Villegas left the Waukesha County Museum back in September for a new job with the Wisconsin Builder's Association. I'm sure butting heads with the mayor and budget cuts had nothing to do with it. I miss Sue Baker.
Also, Waukesha County D.A. Brad Schimel is now in the running for the next WI Attorney General after J.B. Van Hollen made the announcement he wouldn't be running again. I know Schimel to be a good person and will do everything I can to help his campaign. 2014 will be an interesting year for elections. I'm looking forward to it.
Lastly, since when is it against the law to use a playground? Yesterday's Freeman Police Blotter for Monday the 7th: 7:14 p.m. – A caller reported that a 40- to 50-year-old man with white hair played on a playground in the 200 block of Oakland Avenue for 10 minutes and left. I can just picture someone on the phone to police, "yes, that's right officer, and now he's playing basketball! Get over here quick!"