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ONE HUNDRED MILLION AWARD OFFERED for proof

of approved Thursday 3/15/90 Board actions.



HINTS: SEE ATTACHED February-March Records.

in a context of 96CV774 ADMISSION REQUESTS.



TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE



* Those having constructive knowledge        1

* First [275] Page - 2/19/90 Meeting Minutes 2

* Last  [336] Page - 2/19/90 Meeting Minutes 3

* First [337] Page - 3/26/90 Meeting Minutes 4

* Dane County 96-CV-774 Admission Requests   5



MATC BOARD AND UNION PEOPLE IN A POSITION TO HELP:



Former Marquette Law School Lecturer Harry Guzniczak

Current Local 212 AFT Union Agent Franklin Shansky

Former Union VIP and WFT President Carston Koeller

Former UNION VIP and 212 Attorney Robert Jakubiak

Current MATC-Milwaukee President John Birkholz

Former Union VIP and 212 President Ernst Schnook

Former Union VIP and 212 President Bill Thomas

Former Labor Law Expert Advocate Paul Vance.

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MATC-MILWAUKEE Volume XXIII Pages 275-337   Page 275

February-March 1990 Board minutes text



Milwaukee Area District Board of Vocational,

Technical, and Adult Education

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

February 19, 1990



The regular monthly meeting of the Milwaukee

Area District Board of Vocational, Technical,

and Adult Education was held in open session

on Monday, February 19, 1990, and called to

order by Chairman Guzniczak at 5:50 p.m. in

the Board Room, Room 210, of the Milwaukee

Campus of the Milwaukee Area Technical College.



ROLL CALL



The following members responded to roll call:



Cashmore, Elliott, Gill, Johnson,

Keller, Parris, Vasquez, Guzniczak - 8.



(Mr. Clark arrived at 6:00 p.m.)



COMPLIANCE WITH THE OPEN MEETINGS LAW



Chairman Guzniczak indicated that proper

notice of the meeting had been given in

compliance with the Open Meetings Law.



CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS



Minutes



Minutes of the January 22, 1990,

regular monthly meeting.



Bills - January, 1990



The Bills were itemized, the

total appearing as follows:



Bills --------------------- $6,525,704.17



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MATC-MILWAUKEE Volume XXIII Pages 275-337   Page 336

February-March 1990 Board minutes text



February 19, 1990



It was moved by Mr. Cashmore, seconded by

Mr. Keller, that the Resolution be approved.



Motion carried, the vote being as follows:



Ayes - Cashmore, Clark, Elliott, Gill,

Johnson, Keller, Parris, Guzniczak - 8.



Noes - None.



Under miscellaneous business, Mr. Richard Busalacchi

questioned the Board about the resolution approved

last month regarding the Student Senate Board.



Chairman Guzniczak indicated that a date will be

set for the Senate Board to give a presentation

on the structure, operations, and accountability

of the Student Senate.



Date of Next Regular Meeting



The date of the next regular monthly meeting of the

Board will be Monday, March 26, 1990.



Chairman Guzniczak announced that the Board intended

to convene into Closed Session pursuant to Section

19.85 (1)(e) of the Wisconsin Statutes for the

consideration of possible property acquisitions

and Section 19.85 (1) (c) of the Wisconsin Statutes

for the review of employment data of applicants

for the position of President.



It was moved by Ms. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Keller,

that the board convene into Closed Session pursuant

to Section 19.85(1)(e) of the Wisconsin Statutes for

the consideration of possible property acquisitions

and Section 19.85(1)(c) of the Wisconsin Statutes

for the review of employment data of applicants

for the position of President.



Ayes - Cashmore, Clark, Elliott, Gill,

Johnson, Keller, Parris, Guzniczak - 8.



Noes - None.



Visitors were requested to leave the

Open Session of the meeting at 7:30 p.m.



Respectfully submitted,



Frances Elliott, Secretary.



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MATC-MILWAUKEE Volume XXIII Pages 275-337   Page 337

February-March 1990 Board minutes text



March 26, 1990



The regular monthly meeting of the Milwaukee

Area District Board of Vocational, Technical,

and Adult Education was held in open session

on Monday, March 26, 1990, and called to order

by Chairman Guzniczak at 5:50 p.m. in the

Board Room, Room 210, of the Milwaukee Campus



of the Milwaukee Area Technical College.



ROLL CALL



The following members responded to roll call:



Cashmore, Elliott, Gill, Johnson,

Keller, Parris, Guzniczak - 7.



(Mr. Vasques arrive late, Clark was excused.)



COMPLIANCE WITH THE OPEN MEETINGS LAW



Chairman Guzniczak indicated that proper notice

of the meeting had been given in compliance

with the Open Meetings Law.



CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS



Minutes



Minutes of the February 19, 1990,

regular monthly meeting.



Bills - February, 1990



The Bills were itemized,

the total appearing as follows:



Bills .........................$7,249,920.54



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STATE OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT

____________________________________________________



Gerhardt Steinke, Petitioner 96 CV 0774



Angela B. Bartell

Judge - Branch 10



Code 30703

In the matter of an Arbitration between

the Petitioner and the District Board of

Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), Respondent

____________________________________________________



PLAINTIFF'S REQUESTS FOR ADMISSIONS...FRIDAY 8/30/96



To: Maria Myers, Davis & Kuelthau



Under statutory provisions of Section 804.11 for

purposes of the pending action only, the following

Requests for Admissions are presented.



Please respond to each matter of which an admission

is requested within thirty days of service of

today's documents served on you.



Pursuant to Section 804.11(1)(b) of the state

Statutes, today's Requests are served

without leave of court.



I shall use your responses in replying to your

pleadings that you file on or before 9/15/96.



As a courtesy I attach the following:



* DOCS NEEDED TO UNDERSTAND 94-CV-9283 284 Pages

* Math 155 Course Syllabus by Steinke 20 Pages



ADMISSIONS REQUESTS HYPERLINKS:
1  5  9 13 17 21 25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57

2  6 10 14 18 22 26 30 34 38 42 46 50 54 58

3  7 11 15 19 23 27 31 35 39 43 47 51 55 59

4  8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60
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1. The Arbitrator agreed to rule on the question

   of whether or not the MATC Board had violated

   their Collective Bargaining Agreement in their

   actions transpiring on Thursday 3/15/90.

   Such Actions are found in Case 96-CV-774

   Steinke Exhibit A.



2. There was no directly stated stipulation as to

   what remedy he would order should the MATC

   Board be found in violation.



3. Steinke's claims of "no clear stipulation" were

   accepted by Miller and marked as Steinke

   Exhibit One. In Case 96-CV-774 Petitioner

   Steinke identified this as Exhibit D.



4. The Arbitrator has a legal duty to draw the

   essence of any award from the parties'

   Collective Bargaining Agreement as will be

   referred to subsequently as the MATC/UNION

   CBA.



5. Where the parties have incorporated statutory

   rights into their agreement, it is an

   arbitrator's duty to interpret the respective

   CBA consistent with state and federal law.



6. To violate Section 118.22(3)

   is to violate the above CBA.



7. To violate Section 118.23(3)

   is to violate the above CBA.



8. To violate Section 38.12(4)

   is to violate the above CBA.



9. To violate any of Chapter 38

   is to violate the CBA.



10. To violate Section 19.85(1)(a)

    is to violate the above CBA.

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11. To violate Section 19.21(6)

    is to violate the above CBA.



12. To violate any of Chapter 19

    is to violate the CBA.



13. No evidence exists showing anyone at MATC

    posting any Notice or Agenda prior

    to 3/15/90 series of meetings.



14. No evidence exists showing any subsequent

    approval by the MATC Board of any

    supposed actions from 3/15/90.



15. The only action taken by the 3/15/90 Board

    was that of going into closed session

    after citing Section 19.85(1)(a).



16. To violate any of the WI Criminal Code

    dealing with perjury or destruction of

    evidence is to violate the CBA.



17. Maria Myers has no first-hand personal

    knowledge of any arbitral session held

    under Dr. Richard Ulric Miller having

    anything to do with Steinke's grievance.



18. Attorney Myers must rely on Mark Olson

    in her attempts to learn about the

    arbitration. She works near Olson.



19. Myers has easy immediate access to all

    documents that Olson generated or collected

    dealing with the Steinke arbitration.



    This includes all correspondence between

    the parties, all Exhibits of all parties

    and transcripts.



20. Mark L. Olson repeatedly stated

    that "all requirements of the Open

    Meetings Law" were followed on 3/15/90.

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21. At all material times, the MATC Chairperson

    retains the responsibility to see that proposed

    meetings are in proper compliance with the Open

    Meeting Law. Although delegation may occur, the

    Chair can not evade responsibility for the

    legal requirements of the Open Meeting Law.



    The Chairman of the MATC Board on

    Thursday 15 March 1990 was Guzniczak.



22. No one at the Milwaukee Journal was noticed

    BEFORE 3/15/90 of any planned MATC Board

    Meeting to be held on this date.



23. MATC keeps records of all such notices

    to the media. Sylvia Cody has years of

    experience in documenting such notices.



24. MATC keeps Affidavits of Posting of all Board

    Meetings that document where and when supposed

    Notices and Agendas were posted in a manner

    "reasonably" designed to apprise public.



25. No one at MATC has any records

    of any postings for 3/15/90.



26. All Board actions MUST be approved

    and memorialized in type before

    they have any legal standing.



    This practice has been in place for at least

    fifty (50) years or so. No approved typeset

    paginated non-fraudulent MATC 3/15/90 Board

    Minutes exist having anything to do with

    Thursday 15 March 1990.



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27. Under the requirements of Section 38.12(4)

    the MATC Board must buy space in the

    Milwaukee Journal within forty-five (45)

    days of each board meeting and publish all

    Board action items. The Board is required to

    keep records of all payments to the Milwaukee

    Journal needed to pay for the publication.



28. The MATC Board must keep financial records

    showing above. No record exists showing any

    such publishing having any probative relevance

    to the above legally required ads.



29. Maloney created claimed "Notice and Minutes"

    for 3/15/90. Six (6) requesters of records

    asked for the above records.



30. These documents were first released

    in January of 1992.





31. Maloney belatedly admitted in December of 1994,

    that his so-called minutes were only a "draft"

    and that he assumed that Slicker and Guzniczak

    (Maloney's client!) would take care of the

    legal requirements. Maloney violates the law.



32. Rus Slicker testified in arbitration that

    "Maloney and Vance" took care of everything.



    NOBODY "took care of" ANYTHING.



33. Nothing generated by Maloney, Olson, Vance,

    Slicker or any others closely associated with

    convicted felon Guzniczak show ANYONE taking



    care of ANYTHING regarding 3/15/90.



34. Any citizen (including lawyers associated with

    Guzniczak) can easily verify existence of

    non-fraudulent MATC Board minutes by

    reviewing minutes for any date.

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    Such minutes are kept in all four (4) MATC

    libraries, in President's office, at the

    City Hall Legislative Research Library

    and dozens of other places, including

    the state WTCS offices.



35. For Maria Myers (or anyone else) to repeatedly

    state "all requirements of the Open Meetings

    Law were complied with on Thursday 3/15/90"

    comprises a felony under WI statutes.



36. Former MATC Board VIP Harry E. Guzniczak

    is an admitted and convicted felon.



37. His conviction addressed crimes

    at MATC and Franklin.



38. Maria Myers has constructive knowledge

    that NONE of the legal requirements for

    non-fraudulent legal meetings of the MATC

    Board (under chair Guzniczak) were met on

    Thursday 15 March 1990. Her "mechanically

    repeating" anything to the contrary is a

    fraud on the court(s).



39. Guzniczak has constructive knowledge

    as per above #38.



40. John Maloney has constructive knowledge

    as per above #38.



41. Paul Vance has constructive knowledge

    as per Myers in #38.



42. Olson has constructive knowledge

    similar to Myers in #38.



43. Rus Slicker has constructive knowledge

    as per Myers in #38.

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44. Pamela Schmidt has constructive knowledge

    as per above #38.



45. John Busch has constructive knowledge

    of above as per #38.



46. MATC has records on former student Stanley

    Perushek. See pages 50, 186, 187, 199, 200,

    246, 252, 265, 266, 270, 281 of attached.



47. Olson called one (1) student for testimony

    in arbitration. The student called (upon

    two days notice) was Mr. Perushek.



48. Board Attorney Olson suborned perjury from

    cited Perushek. See the pages cited

    in #46 for the perjuries committed.



49. It's a crime under WI Law to

    commit or suborn perjury.



50. To commit a crime is to violate the above CBA.



51. One of the reasons given for firing Steinke was

    that his syllabi were no good. The attached

    MATH 155 syllabi shows a syllabi typical of

    Steinke's work as retained by MATC.



52. MATC has not legally destroyed any records

    since 1966 in compliance with the plain word

    meaning of Section 19.21(6). Please See 71

    Atty. Gen.9. to refresh your memory on this.



53. MATC has ignored virtually all written

    records requests from Steinke ever

    since the hiring of Roden in 1992.



54. Steinke was unable to present key

    evidence in arbitration.

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55. Steinke did NOT rest his arbitral case.

    THE MATC BOARD DID.



56. The Arbitrator, Dr. Richard Ulric Miller, has

    constructive knowledge of above negative

    evidence pertaining to 3/15/90.



57. Non-existence of non-fraudulent legally

    approved paginated, typeset MATC-Milwaukee

    Board minutes was readily apparent on the

    "Plant Tour" of MATC taken by Dr. Miller,

    Mr. Olson, Mr. Koeller and Mr. Steinke

    after last arbitral session.



    On this tour, Miller refused to look at

    official MATC board minutes that covered

    all documented 1989-90 board actions.



58. The Union did nothing to support Steinke in the

    arbitration with respect to obtaining

    needed corroborative evidence.



59. The Arbitrator engaged in ex part activity when

    he wrote letters (or sent invoices to) the

    Union and MATC without copying Steinke.



    Everything he sent to the other parties

    should have also been sent to Steinke.



    Requests to be paid (He earned about

    a hundred grand) are not excepted.



60. Steinke had no opportunity to review

    the documents sent to Miller by

    Maloney (felon Guzniczak's attorney).



    This represents ex parte activity

    and is highly improper.

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In closing, please remember that an answering party

to Requests for Admissions may not give lack of

information or knowledge as a reason for failure

to admit or deny unless the party states that

he or she has made reasonable inquiry . . . .



I assume that you are only a few minutes away from

ascertaining what is needed for rational responses

to the above 60 requests. Please feel free to review

any of Steinke's arbitral exhibits. Thank you for

your considered attention to the above requests.





Gerhardt J. Steinke

6415 Bridge Road 204

Madison WI 53213                 File: 960830MM.RFA



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