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American Lending Solutions LLC

N4365 State Hwy 73

Columbus, Wisconsin 53925

United States

Company Description

We pride ourselves on providing superior customer service and creating satisfied customers. We work hard to satisfy the mortgage needs and exceed the expectations of our customers. ... more

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Employment History

Mayor

City of Columbus-WI

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Columbia County Economic Development Corporation

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Christian Schneider: Rubio's campaign ...

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Christian Schneider: Rubio's campaign blueprint: Contrast with competency Michael Eisenga: Bank lending is the fuel of economic growth Jeff Segal: Reducing the cost of health care Hunting laws; Port Washington marina; Chris Christie

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By Michael Eisenga
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Michael Eisenga is president of American Lending Solutions in Columbus, was mayor of Columbus from 1999-2003, and a former member of the Columbia County Economic Development Corp.


The Oconomowoc Republican acknowledged ...

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The Oconomowoc Republican acknowledged Friday that Michael Eisenga, a multi-millionaire business owner, and his attorney helped write the bill, which could pave the way for Eisenga to force the court to reopen his divorce settlement. The lawmaker insisted in an interview that the measure, Assembly Bill 540, would not affect Eisenga's case. "I'm certain the bill would not affect Mr. Eisenga in any way because it's not retroactive," Kleefisch said.

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Court documents show Eisenga, a Columbus developer, owner of American Lending Solutions and the former mayor of Columbus, has been ordered to pay a minimum $15,000 a month for his three children based on his 2010 income of $1.2 million and assets of $30 million. The bill drafting records, which include emails, letters and handwritten notes, show Eisenga and his attorney, William Smiley of Portage, made numerous suggestions for changes to the bill aimed at helping Eisenga lower his child-support payments...Emails between Eisenga, Smiley, Kleefisch and Kleefisch's aides show the divorced father sought specific language to help his case. Among the documents is a Sept. 5 letter in which Smiley tells Eisenga to request specific modifications to "the portion (of the bill) that would require the court to modify your child support order based solely on the passage of this bill."
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Court documents show Eisenga, a Columbus developer, owner of American Lending Solutions and the former mayor of Columbus, has been ordered to pay a minimum $15,000 a month for his three children based on his 2010 income of $1.2 million and assets of $30 million. The bill drafting records, which include emails, letters and handwritten notes, show Eisenga and his attorney, William Smiley of Portage, made numerous suggestions for changes to the bill aimed at helping Eisenga lower his child-support payments...Emails between Eisenga, Smiley, Kleefisch and Kleefisch's aides show the divorced father sought specific language to help his case. Among the documents is a Sept. 5 letter in which Smiley tells Eisenga to request specific modifications to "the portion (of the bill) that would require the court to modify your child support order based solely on the passage of this bill."


The Oconomowoc Republican acknowledged ...

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The Oconomowoc Republican acknowledged Friday that Michael Eisenga, a multi-millionaire business owner, and his attorney helped write the bill, which could pave the way for Eisenga to force the court to reopen his divorce settlement.

The lawmaker insisted in an interview that the measure, Assembly Bill 540, would not affect Eisenga's case.
"I'm certain the bill would not affect Mr. Eisenga in any way because it's not retroactive," Kleefisch said.
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Court documents show Eisenga, a Columbus developer, owner of American Lending Solutions and the former mayor of Columbus, has been ordered to pay a minimum $15,000 a month for his three children based on his 2010 income of $1.2 million and assets of $30 million.
The bill drafting records, which include emails, letters and handwritten notes, show Eisenga and his attorney, William Smiley of Portage, made numerous suggestions for changes to the bill aimed at helping Eisenga lower his child-support payments. The bill drafting records, which include emails, letters and handwritten notes, show Eisenga and his attorney, William Smiley of Portage, made numerous suggestions for changes to the bill aimed at helping Eisenga lower his child-support payments.
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An email sent to Eisenga on Friday was not returned.
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The drafting documents, available on the Legislature's web site, show Eisenga and Smiley had worked closely with Kleefisch and his staff since early 2012 to craft the legislation, which will have a hearing before the Assembly Family Law Committee on Wednesday.
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Emails between Eisenga, Smiley, Kleefisch and Kleefisch's aides show the divorced father sought specific language to help his case.
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In an email that same day to Kleefisch, Kleefisch aide Ashlee Moore and Jeff Fitzgerald, the former Assembly speaker and now a lobbyist, Eisenga writes, "Please have the drafter make these SPECIFIC changes to the bill when she combines them."
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In a Sept. 19 email, Kahler warned Moore that making the changes suggested by Eisenga and his lawyer "will potentially open the flood gates because the courts will be required to revise any child support order that was granted before the effective date, since the amount will not have been determined using the new method."
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Court records show Eisenga has sought unsuccessfully several times to lower his child-support payments. His latest appeal was rejected by the Wisconsin Court of Appeals on Oct. 3.
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Eisenga, along with his former wife, gave at least $41,750 to Republican politicians since 2005, according to the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign database.
Eisenga donated the maximum amount allowed under law six times to Kleefisch, the database shows, for a total of $3,500.
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"He (Eisenga) is using his power, influence and wealth to create what would be a horrible law for the people of Wisconsin," Collins said.


HPI salutes The Whitney Hotel during national historic preservation week

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Attending the May 18th ceremony are Anne Donahue, Columbus City Clerk and Secretary of CDDC/Main Street (first from left), Mike Eisenga, Mayor of Columbus (second from left), Hoyt Pace, Asset Management Analyst for HPI, Susan Stare, Vice Chair of the Historic Landmark & Preservation Commissions and Heidi Poser, Treasurer of CDDC/Main Street and the original manager.

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Anne Donahue, Mike Eisenga, Hoyt Pace, Susan Stare and Heidi Poser


Kleefisch withdrew the bill after Dee ...

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Kleefisch withdrew the bill after Dee Hall reported in the Wisconsin State Journal that his office worked closely with Michael Eisenga, a multimillionaire business owner and a big Kleefisch donor, to write it, according to drafting documents available on the Legislature's website.

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They settled on a standard that would have rewarded Eisenga -- but not your average divorced dad. The bill capped the amount of income subject to child-support payments at $150,000 a year and forbade the court from considering a father's assets.
That would have worked out great for Eisenga, a Columbus developer, who was ordered to pay a minimum of $15,000 a month for his three children based on his 2010 income of $1.2 million and assets of $30 million, according to the State Journal.
It just so happens that Eisenga maxed out on campaign contributions to Kleefisch six times.

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