Ald. Tony Zielinski
Press Release

Name calling from Mayor’s Chief of Staff will not be tolerated

Statement by Alderman Tony Zielinski

By - Oct 27th, 2017 10:05 am

Recently, Mayor Tom Barrett’s Chief of Staff, Patrick Curley, lowered himself to name calling while talking about members of the Common Council. The mayor purports to be such a nice guy, yet he allows his chief of staff to be his microphone in name calling other city officials. We need to get back to the issues. The public wants an open and transparent public discussion on policy issues, what they don’t want is petty name calling.

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3 thoughts on “Name calling from Mayor’s Chief of Staff will not be tolerated”

  1. Tony says:

    But we can still call out your buddy Peeper when needed, right?

    Sorry sir but everyone sees that you are using this platform to prepare to run against the Mayor and look forward to seeing if you can do better than Donopeeper.

  2. Tom says:

    Is Peeper the new name for “Bathroom Bob”?

  3. Reader says:

    Why did you support the pension backdrop? That alone costs more that the entire sheriff department.

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