We noted here that Pleasant Prairie village trustee candidate John Roscioli failed in the more than two months since he became a candidate to articulate a clear (or even unclear) reason for his candidacy.
Tonight John (who has been reading here--yay!) updated his blog. Here's his stated rationale:
"I currently serve on the Recreation commission and the Tourism Board. While the past 25 years were incredible in Pleasant Prairie, the next 25 will be as well. Whether developing relationships with residents or KUSD, monitering the financial concerns of the residents, or keeping the Village about FAMILY, I am looking forward to furthering my commitment to you as a citizen in the Village of Pleasant Prairie. I feel my opponent has mis-stepped in his capacity as Trustee. I would never think of taking the FAMILY out of Prairie Family Days. I also wouldn't make the Village Board meetings my personal forum to air grievances against KUSD, WE Energies, or neighbors as my opponent did. Being a Trustee is about serving the greater good. I am willing to make those tough decisions honestly and fairly to residents."