WTMJ-AM moves Steve Scaffidi to mornings

Chris Foran, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Published 10:53 a.m. CT Oct. 18, 2017 | Updated 10:59 a.m. CT Oct. 18, 2017 WTMJ-AM (620) has swapped its two midday talk shows, returning Jeff Wagner to his previous time slot from noon to 3 p.m. and sliding former Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi to the 8:30 a.m.-to-noon shift. The flip-flop begins Monday. In its statement announcing the move, WTMJ said the switch "positions the conservative news analysis of Steve Scaffidi and the local, town-hall ...
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Scaffidi Named 2016 Milwaukee Municipal Executive of the Year

The Milwaukee Business Journal has selected the owners of Sendik's Food Markets as its 2016 Executives of the Year and Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi as Municipal Executive of the Year for their key roles in continuing the economic development boom in southeastern Wisconsin. Title: Sendik's owners, Oak Creek mayor named Executives of the Year for 2016 Date: Dec 1, 2016, 3:27pm CST Author Credit: Mark Kass Photo Credit: Scott Paulus Excerpt: "Scaffidi has been just as active in Oak Cree...
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Mayor Scaffidi Featured in Milwaukee Magazine

Mayor Scaffidi was recently featured in the November Issue of Milwaukee Magazine Title: Golden Boy Author Credit: MATT HRODEY Date: November 21, 2016 Photo Credit: Jessi Paetzke Excerpt: "Steve Scaffidi is an energetic private-sector refugee whose jocular demeanor could have made him a beloved high school basketball coach but instead landed him as mayor of Oak Creek, where he’s proven that being the honorable leader of a small, suburban city is the best gig in politics. Bring a few ne...
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Oak Creek mayor: Elected officials need to think about safety ‘like a business’

Source: WISN From: 8:56 AM CST Dec 07, 2015 MILWAUKEE —Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi says public officials need to do more in response to mass shootings like those in San Bernardino, Calif., last week. After leading his city through a shooting at a Sikh temple in 2012, Scaffidi said Oak Creek instituted additional security measures at schools and a police presence at some public buildings and meetings. He told “UpFront with Mike Gousha” his recent op-ed on the topic encourages officia...
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Fox6: Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi pens editorial following mass shooting in California

SOURCE: Fox6 Milwaukee POSTED: 9:07 PM, December 2, 2015, BY Katie Delong SAN BERNARDINO/OAK CREEK — At least 14 people were killed in a mass shooting incident in San Bernardino, California on Wednesday, December 2nd. As of Wednesday night, officials said two suspects had been killed, and a third person had been detained. Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi, who had to deal with a mass shooting incident in his community in August of 2012, penned an editorial following this latest incident. ...
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CBS58: Oak Creek Mayor Talks About Healing After Mass Tragedy

SOURCE: CBS58 POSTED: Nov 16, 2015 9:41 AM CST Updated: Nov 16, 2015 10:26 AM CST Three teams of terrorists killed at least 129 people in Paris, France on Friday. They staged coordinated attacks at six locations throughout the city. The attacks in Paris hit close to home for Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi. He was mayor on Sunday, August 5, 2012 when a gunman with ties to white supremacist organizations attacked The Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek. The gunman killed six people before...
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TMJ4: Oak Creek Mayor Scaffidi talks his new book, Oregon mass shooting

Source: TMJ4 - By: Jason Stein 7:17 PM, Oct 1, 2015 Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi is releasing a new book about the Oak Creek Sikh temple massacre called "Six Minutes in August: A Story of Tragedy, Healing, and Community." The mayor stopped by Wisconsin Tonight to talk about his new release, as well as Thursday's mass shooting in Oregon. View Now Original Story Appeared On: http://www.tmj4.com/shows/wisconsin-tonight/oak-creek-mayor-scaffidi-talks-his-new-book-oregon-mass-shooting
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Sympathy and advice from another city shaken by hate

SOURCE: The Post & Courier POSTED: Jun 24 2015 12:01 am As the mayor of the City of Oak Creek, Wisconsin, a city that suffered through an act of hate in a Sikh house of worship in 2012, news of the shooting in a historic African American church in Charleston has broken my heart. My city grieves with the victims’ families. Once again, the peace and safety of a place of worship has been violated in the most hateful way. I will never forget August 5, 2012, the day a white supremacist ...
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