Are two heads really better than one? Or is that more of a diversion? And if the two heads are really clones of each other, and conversing, is it a dialogue or monologue?
So many questions bubbling to the surface in Waukesha's fresh water wrinkle.
Note that the Waukesha Water Utility Commission's Chairman is Dan Warren - - the same Dan Warren who is also President of the School District of Waukesha.
The Water Utility on behalf of the City of Waukesha has been pressuring the Town of Waukesha to join the city's application for Lake Michigan water - - and the Town has responded with a diversion acceptance plan - - but now the school district superintendent is pressuring the Town to add 14 acres to the water acceptance acreage that the school board has banked as a potential new school site.
Will there be eventually be discussions involving the Warren-led school board with the Warren-led City water commission over where diverted water is headed in the Town?
Reports The Freeman:
School district urges town to reconsider water decision
Potential school site would need municipal water, Gray says
By Josh Perttunen
Waukesha Freeman Staff
WAUKESHA – The Waukesha School District is imploring the Town of Waukesha Board to reconsider the boundaries of its water service area after learning that the territory selected would leave a potential school site high and dry. A strongly-worded letter was sent to Town Chairwoman Angie Van Scyoc Tuesday and potential litigation regarding the property was one of two agenda items that the School Board went into executive session to discuss Wednesday night.