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Downing, Karley -GOV
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WI
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Military
AffairsTuesday,
April
12, 2011 4:07
PM
Schrimpf,
Chris-
GOV
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DMA Watch April12,
2011
Soccer: Crowley named state's top coachWisconsin Rapids Tribune:[SFC] Derek Crowley is one
of
the best whim it comes to coaching youth soccer. The 36-year old Wisconsin Rapids man, who hascoached Rapids Kickers youth teams from the recreation to the competitive level for the past nine years, was named the WisconsinYouth Soccer Association girls coach
of
the year during a ceremony
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Ten tornadoes touched down in WisconsinWHBYThe National Weather Service says at least 10 tornadoes touched down in Wisconsin on Sunday, and that's one
of
the largest one-dayoutbreaks in state history. While crews could document more tornadoes in the next few days, the 10 twisters already tied the single-dayrecord for April. Seven were recorded in the National Weather Service's Green Bay region, and that matches the overall record fornortheast and central Wisconsin. Lori Getter
is
a spokeswoman for the state emergency management department, and she says Merrillwas the hardest hit area. She says several hundred homes across Wisconsin suffered
at
least some damage. The one-day record fortornadoes was set in May
of
1988, when 24 touched down across the state. Sunday's tornadoes in Kaukauna and near Lake Poyganregistered
as
EF-1s. The twister that hit Merrill is considered at least
an
EF-2.
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Downing, Karley -GOV
From:
Schrimpf, Chris -
GOV
Sent:
To:
Tuesday, April
12,
2011 5:30
PM
cullen.werwie@wi.gov
Subject:
FW:
reform
Attachments:
2.14.11 cost
of
public benefits.doc; 2.21.11 Collective bargaining.doc; 2.22.11 Collectivebargaining2.doc; 3.7.11 Collective bargaining3.doc; 3.7.11 Credit Rating.doc; 3.8,11Collective bargaining4.doc; 3.8.11 StrangeButTrue.doc; 3.8.11Savingstoworkers.doc;2.23.11Savings.doc
Chris Schrimpf
Communications DirectorOffice
of
he Governor
Press Office:
608-267-7303
Email:
chris.schrimpf@wisconsin.gov
From:
Schrimpf, Chris -
GOV
Sent:
Monday, April 11, 2011 12:27
PM
To:
Grimm, Tyler
Subject:
RE:
reformHere's some
of
the stuff
we
put out on collective bargaining.More importantly it allows us to balance our budget now and
in
the future and give local governments the tools to dealwith necessary reductions
in
aid (see savings release). And it improves government services and save jobs.
Chris Schrimpf
Communications DirectorOffice
of
he Governor
Press Office:
608-267-7303
Email:
chris.schrimpf@wisconsin.gov
From:
Grimm, Tyler
Sent:
Monday, April 11, 2011 12:12
PM
To:
Schrimpf, Chris -
GOV
Subject:
reform
Chris-
when
you get a second, can
you
send me
thebest/most
comprehensive piece
of
literature you guys have
aboutthereform
you enacted? I feel
pretty
comfortable
with the
details,
but just want
to
make sure I have
the
whole storystraight before I
briefstaff/members
tomorrow
morning.Thanks.Tyler GrimmProfessional StaffHouse Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
.........
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