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Oling, Lane -GOV
From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Henry, Madeline -
GOV
Tuesday, April
26,
201111:06
AM
Hagedorn, Brian
K-
GOV
RE:
Federal funds
for
city busyingBased on the Stevens Point website, Ms. Stolt does not appear to be an town or county official. I take it she
is
a curiouscitizen. I shouldn't have any problem calling her and paraphrasing your comments.Thank you,
d'farlell.n.e
(/len."fj
Constituent
Services
Assistant DirectorOffice
of
the
GovernorState
of
Wisconsin
II5
East
State Capitol
Madison,
WI
53704
( 6o8)
z66-mz
( 6o8) z66·7914
From:
Hagedorn, Brian
K-
GOV
Sent:
Tuesday,
April26,
2011
2:19AM
To:
Henry, Madeline-
GOV
Cc:
Hurlburt, Waylon -
GOV
Subject:
RE:
Federal funds
for
city busying
Madeline,
Question
on
the
below.
Is
this
person
a local official, or
just
a citizen who
is
curious?
If
hey are
a localofficial,
then
I
think
Waylon
is
the
appropriate
person
to
do
the
follow up ..If
it
is
just
a citizen, I do
not
want
to respond.
Our
office
has
not shared or
explained
our
legal
analysis
on
this
issue
thus
far,
and
I don't
want
to be
in the
position of explaining
this
or
justifying
what Tristan
said,or
debating
it
with
anyone.
I'm
not sure
how to
handle
this
from a
customer
service perspective,
butin
short,
the
Governor's Office
is not planning
on
providing
legal analysis on
how
the
Budget
Repair
Billaffects
federal
mass
transit
funding.
Let
me know
if
you
have
any
additional
questions or
if
can
help
in
any way
in
your
follow·up
on
this.
Thanks!
Brian
K.
Hagedorn
Chief Legal Counsel
-~-~-·--·
Walker
brian.hagedorn@wisconsin.gov
1
 
From:
Henry, Madeline -
GOV
Sent:
Tuesday, April12, 2011 9:11AM
To:
Hagedorn, Brian K -
GOV
Subject:
FW:
Federal funds for city busyingThis was caseI asked about last week. Constituent's phone numbers follow.
d'f.adelln.e
cfien.'<IJ.
Constituent
Services
Assistant DirectorOffice
of
the GovernorState
of
Wisconsin
II5
East
State CapitolMadison,
WI
53707
(6oS)
z66-IZIZ
(6oS) z6679IZ
From:
Heidi Stolt
Sent:
Friday,
To:
Henry, Madeline -
GOV
Subject:
RE:
Federal funds for city busyingHeidi
Stolt~
(Home),
--Cell).
Availability depends
on
the day, most days I
am
home from 8:30-2:30 except Mondays when I work.ThanksHeidi
From:
Henry, Madeline-
GOV
[mailto:Madeline.Henrv@wisconsin.govl
~:~11:52AM
. .
SubJect:
RE:
Federal funds for city busyingDear
Ms.
Stolt:Thank you for contacting the Governor with your question about Federal funding for city bus service. Do you have aphone number where the Governor's legal department can reach you?
If
you would please send it
to
me, along with thegeneral times that you are available, I would appreciate that. ·Sincerely,
d'f.adelln.e
cfien.'<IJ.
Constituent
Services
Assistant DirectorOffice
of
the
GovernorState
of
Wisconsin
II5
East
State CapitolMadison,
WI
53707
(6oS)
z66-IZIZ
(6oS) z66791Z
From:
Governor Scott Walker
Sent:
Tuesday, March 22, 2011 3:09
PM
2
 
To:
Henry, Madeline -
GOV
Subject:
FW:
Federal funds
for
city busying
Alan Colvin
Constituent Services DirectorOffice
of
the Governor608-266-1212alan.colvin@wisconsin.gov
From:
Heidi Stolt
Sent:
Thursday, March 03,
201111:22
AM
To:
Governor Scott Walker
Cc:
'MARC
STOLT,
SENTRY
INSURANCE
AM'
Subject:
Federal funds
for
city busying
To
whom it may concern;I contacted your office yesterday and spoke to Tristan by phone
in
response to a local newspaper article which statedfederal funding would be lost due to the removal
of
collective bargaining under the current budget proposal. He told
me
that it would
not
in
fact be impacted b/c some collective bargaining for salaries is still
in
place (monies were notguaranteed b/c
of
federal budget issues but w/current budget bill WI
in
compliance to receive these monies ifavailalbe). In speaking to the Stevens Point Mayor, Andrew Halverson, this morning, who was quoted
in
the article thatpromoted my call, I was told that according to Federal Law the bargaining rights have to be the same as when the monieswere allocated to the state so therefore the monies would very likely be withdrawn. PLEASE clarify this for me.Thank you,Heidi Stolt
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Chief legal counsel to Governor's office, Brian K Hagedorn, concludes they will not respond to a private citizen, and open new debate, "the governor's office does not planning on offering a legal analysis on how the Budget Repair Bill affects federal mass transit funding".
dseisalwaysright added this note
40 pages of back-and-forth email thread about a constituent's concerns that federal funding for city transit services would be lost due to the removal of collective bargaining.

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