Given the ongoing pandemic, scammers continue to post ads that claim to offer treatment or cures for the coronavirus. Also, tech experts worry that with growing technological advancements, cyber safety challenges for businesses and governments could grow too, in the form of botnet attacks, ransomware, phishing attacks, trojan, data leakage, and others. Using artificial intelligence, hackers are now able to create programs that mimic known human behaviors.
Some older Canadians have decided to go south despite the ongoing pandemic and while various travel restrictions remain in place. Snowbirds are getting vaccinated in Florida, leaving some concerned about equity as Canadians receive vaccines before Floridians.voiced concern about the new requirement for COVID 19 testing upon return to Canada and complained the associated costs were unfair. For the past several years, we have been researching health care access and health management among Canadian snowbirds who winter in Florida and Arizona.Careful decision makingWe have spent time in snowbird communities speaking with Canadians, touring hospitals and clinics and talking to health care providers, and observing community gatherings.
At any rate, the George W. Bush wars needed a poster boy, and Mr. Bin Laden was it. Past City Poet Laureate Fabu Cater drafted and will read the resolution in the Council Chambers tonight. The resolution is first on the Council agenda at 6:30 pm. Let’s stand in solidarity..
Highlights: Monday is the CCOC Subcommittee on Police and Community Relations with a presentation about IA software, a discussion of the subcommittee’s draft report and final recommendations, and a discussion about policies/procedures about internal investigations after officer involved shootings. Planning staff will provide a special presentation Tuesday before the Council meeting about Imagine Madison the 10 year Comprehensive plan update. Among other items at the Council Tuesday is the consideration of a Cap Fund Revolving loan to Tribe 9 a new entity that is purchasing RP’s Pasta and Yumbutter.
Highlights: The nonpartisan spring election for Mayor, Common Council, School Board, Dane County Circuit Court, WI Court of Appeals, and Justice of the WI Supreme Court is the big news this week. Make a plan to vote on Tuesday! District 6 is always one of the high turnout wards and I hope our tradition continues to shape the future of our city and state. And I will work collaboratively with whoever is elected Mayor to promote policies that serve all residents..