Board of Supervisors
 

Ryan Clancy

4th District Supervisor

 

Milwaukee County Courthouse

Dear Neighbor,

I’m honored to represent you. I’m excited to work for you, and with you, to make this a Milwaukee for all of us. If you have anything that I can help you with, feel free to email or call me. If I can’t help you myself, I’ll try to put you in contact with someone who can. If you have ideas or suggestions on how to make this a better place for us all, I’d like to hear those, too.

Best Regards,
Supervisor Ryan Clancy
 

How to Contact the 4th District

Call my office at (414) 278-4232

Email me at Ryan.Clancy@milwaukeecountywi.gov

About Supervisor Clancy

Supervisor Ryan Clancy was elected in 2020 after knocking on more than 10,000 doors (and, during the pandemic, then making hundreds of phone connections) with residents from across the 4th District. Ryan is the first socialist to have been elected to public office in Milwaukee since 1956.

Ryan has a bachelor's degree in English and secondary education from Beloit College, and a master's degree in negotiation, conflict resolution and peacebuilding from California State University, Dominguez Hills, with coursework on the ground in Israel and Palestine.

A lifelong activist, his advocacy has taken him to the Philippines, where he served as a Peace Corps volunteer, to Indonesia, where he trained to do unarmed protective accompaniment for human rights volunteers, and to Iraq, where he worked with students and protested the occupation in 2003. Closer to home, in Virginia he worked with youth from areas of conflict around the world, protested at Standing Rock, and has been arrested or risked arrest protesting for immigrant rights in Milwaukee and Racine.

A frequent volunteer with disaster relief organizations, Ryan has volunteered in shelters in areas of natural disasters, as well as warming rooms in Milwaukee County.

Ryan taught for Milwaukee Public Schools for years, first as a substitute teacher, where he became familiar with schools and families across the city, and then in a project-based MPS school, and has continued to advocate for public schools, and all students.

Since 2014, Ryan and his wife Becky have run a bar/restaurant/community center/entertainment complex in the Polonia neighborhood. Based on that experience, he founded the Progressive Restaurant and Activists of Wisconsin Network, which advocates for higher wages, paid time-off and better working conditions for employees in the service industry.

Ryan and Becky live in the Bay View neighborhood with their five children: Desmond, James, Alex, Sebastian and Fiona, their friend Carlos, and a hedgehog.

Map of the 4th Supervisory District

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Legislative Items Sponsored or Co-Sponsored by Supervisor Clancy

  • 20-379 - A resolution calling upon the United States Congress to appropriate monies in direct federal aid specifically to state and local governments as a replacement for tax revenues lost due to the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 Pandemic (Signed by County Executive on 5/21/2020).
  • 20-287 - A resolution to modify the policy of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and other Departments to adopt the Wisconsin Caregiver Law for barrable offenses as part of the background check process for contract agency employees who provide direct care and services to youth, adhere to the State of Wisconsin Rehabilitation appeals review process, retain the County’s policy to recognize Wisconsin Chapter 948 Crimes Against Children as a barrable offense (for those offenses not already barred by the State Caregiver Law) and urge the Milwaukee County Mental Health Board which oversees (Signed by County Executive on 6/23/2020).
  • 20-285 - A resolution calling upon the United States Congress to repeal the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (1994 Crime Bill), and further calling upon Congress to pass and the President to sign, the People’s Justice Guarantee (Signed by County Executive on 8/3/2020).
  • 20-434 - A resolution supporting State of Wisconsin legislation which would enable counties to impose fees on transportation network company (TNC) rides with the revenues supporting local transportation costs (Adopted by County Board on 6/25/20. Returned unsigned by the County Executive).
  • 20-402 - A resolution waiving interest and penalties on delinquent real property tax installment payments pursuant to 2019 Wisconsin Act 185 to provide relief to Milwaukee County property owners that self-certify they used at least 25% of the property as their primary residence and/or owner-occupied business during the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 Pandemic (County Board laid item on the table on 5/28/2020).
  • 20-464 - A resolution condemning racial injustice across the United States and in Milwaukee County and seeking the dismantling of institutional and structural racism, and requesting informational reports from the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Transportation, and Circuit Court about policies and practices to achieve racial equity (Signed by County Executive on 7/22/2020).
  • 20-528 - A resolution mandating the use of facemasks or face coverings by all passengers and operators on Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) buses to mitigate the spread and infection rate of COVID-19 (Signed by County Executive on 7/28/2020).
  • 20-527 - A resolution proposing practical reforms to Wisconsin hate crimes statutes and giving false information to police officers on the basis of race, religion, color, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, or ancestry of a person; proposing additional guidelines to the National Neighborhood Watch Program to mitigate instances of unconscious racial bias, and proposing efforts to enable police departments are able to screen for and reduce “living while Black” racially-motivated calls for police service (Signed by County Executive on 10/12/2020).
  • 20-536 - A resolution stating opposition to the use of chokeholds and asphyxia by County employees to gain compliance from individuals when physical force is required and stating personnel should use de-escalation techniques first whenever possible; and requesting the Civil Service Commission prohibit chokeholds and asphyxia in Rule VII, Section 4 of the Civil Service Rules for the Milwaukee County Government (Signed by County Executive on 10/12/2020).
  • 20-571 - A resolution supporting municipal public health facemask ordinances and calling upon State of Wisconsin policymakers to implement a statewide facemask policy to mitigate the spread and hasten the end of the COVID-19 Pandemic (Signed by County Executive on 7/28/2020).
  • 20-576 - A resolution calling upon the State of Wisconsin and all Wisconsin counties to make positive policy changes which will work toward eliminating systemic poverty and inequality (Signed by County Executive on 7/23/2020).
  • 20-548 - A resolution authorizing and directing the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to change the name of Wahl Park to Harriet Tubman Park and processing a fund transfer request in the amount of $9,750 from Org. Unit 1800-1945 - Appropriation for Contingencies to an appropriate account within Org. Unit 9000 - Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture (Signed by County Executive on 10/12/2020).
  • 20-448 - A resolution establishing a Milwaukee County policy of recalling furloughed public workers, including seasonal staff, at 40 percent of original work hours, should employees experience significant delays in receiving unemployment insurance from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development. (Laid over to call of the Chair at 9/15/2020 Personnel Committee meeting).
  • 20-611 - A resolution calling upon the State of Wisconsin to remove statutorily mandated property tax levies toward regional planning commissions from county property tax levy limits (Signed by County Executive on 10/12/2020).
  • 20-613 - A resolution calling upon the State of Wisconsin to revise representation on the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC) based on population (Signed by County Executive on 10/12/2020).
  • 20-672 - Requesting and authorizing the Department of Administrative Services, Information Management Services Division, to establish a cost estimate and strategic timeline to develop and support a multi-platform mobile app that provides users with access to a full range of emergency and non-emergency Milwaukee County Services (Signed by County Executive on 12/7/2020).
  • 20-681 - A resolution supporting State of Wisconsin legislation which would address policing accountability and transparency (Signed by County Executive on 10/12/2020).
  • 20-678 - A resolution to allocate $35,000 from Org. Unit 1940-1945 - Appropriation for Contingencies to Org. Unit 8000 for allocation to the Local 212 Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) Faculty and Students Together Fund (FAST Fund) to specifically mitigate student housing insecurity so pupils can graduate and become successful (Signed by County Executive on 9/28/2020).
  • 20-709 - A resolution providing resources to the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) to supplement social media campaigns informing County residents on transit options to polling locations, and to ensure adequate bus service for voters of $28,000 from Org. Unit 1940-1945 Appropriation for Contingencies to Org. Unit 5600-5683 (Signed by County Executive on 10/12/2020).
  • Budget Amendment 1A001 – Holding the appropriation of $35,835 earmarked for Wisconsin Counties Association membership dues in an allocated contingency account until further information is obtained (Adopted as a part of the 2021 budget).

  • Budget Amendment 1A002 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $100,000 to maintain current benefits coverage policy for employees who terminate County employment until July 2021 (Was not adopted by County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A006 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $100,000 to fund a public outreach campaign to solicit feedback on reimagining the County senior and community centers (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A007 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $61,185 to fund one Community Intervention Specialist position in the Department on Health and Human Services – Housing Division in 2021 (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A008 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $200,000 to allocate the Department on Health and Human Services – Housing Division with Flexible Housing Funds to be used to assist residents experiencing severe economic hardships (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A010 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $92,700 to purchase 100 tablets and hotspots for senior center usage (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A011 – Requiring that no funds shall be expended in 2021 for the operation of the Office of the Sheriff’s mobile app, as Milwaukee County is exploring the development and implementation of a consolidated mobile app to serve multiple departments (Adopted as a part of the 2021 budget).

  • Budget Amendment 1A017 – Increasing boat launch fees and using anticipated revenue to supplement seasonal staffing needs and/or make improvements to the launches or ancillary facilities (Adopted as a part of the 2021 budget).

  • Budget Amendment 1A018 – Instituting a non-resident fee schedule at Cool Waters Aquatic Park, Schulz Aquatic Park, and Pelican Cove and using anticipated revenue to supplement staffing needs (Adopted as a part of the 2021 budget).

  • Budget Amendment 1A019 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $286,500 to fund multiple positions and create an Engagement Office in the Parks Department in 2021 (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A021 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $476,075 to fund five Lead Park Ranger positions in 2021 to patrol the parks (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A029 – Converting five unpaid Zoo intern positions to paid positions for 2021 and providing each with bus passes using $37,584 from the Sheriff’s Office overtime budget (Amendment was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A031 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $71,892 to fund Community Planning and Engagement Coordinator in the Office on African American Affairs for 2021 (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A032 – Including youth transitioning from Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake schools in programs aimed at competency building, youth engagement, and community capacity building (Adopted as a part of the 2021 budget).

  • Budget Amendment 1A039 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $78,742 to fund one Senior Center Manager position in 2021 (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1A042 – Requiring departments to report to the County Board as soon as its overtime expenditures are projected to exceed $1 million or 100% of the department’s annual overtime appropriation (Adopted as a part of the 2021 budget).

  • Budget Amendment 1A043 – Requiring the Office of Corporation Counsel to collaborate with the Office of Risk Management on a report outlining by department annual legal settlements and judgements and the department’s liability insurance premiums (Adopted as a part of the 2021 budget).

  • Budget Amendment 1A044 – Requiring the Department of Health and Human Services – Housing Division to analyze the possibility of establishing a “Right to Counsel” program to provide legal counsel for people facing eviction and foreclosure in Milwaukee County (Adopted as a part of the 2021 budget).

  • Budget Amendment 1B003 – Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $500,000 to fund a Parks Systemwide Strategic Infrastructure Plan (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • Budget Amendment 1B004 - Decreasing the Office of the Sheriff overtime budget by $500,000 to renovate the kitchen at the Vel R. Phillips Youth and Family Justice Center to support an onsite culinary arts apprenticeship program (Was not adopted by the County Board).

  • 20-676 - A resolution declaring a Right to Shelter in Milwaukee County so any person experiencing chronic homelessness or lacking access to safe housing will have accessible shelter; creating two additional Community Intervention Specialist positions, and accepting Emergency Solutions Grant funds from the City of Milwaukee to offset the cost for two years (Signed by County Executive on 12/2/2020).
  • 20-763 - A resolution recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, encouraging support of domestic violence prevention measures throughout Milwaukee County, and requesting the implementation of a Purple Alert system in the state of Wisconsin (Signed by County Executive on 12/7/2020).
  • 21-83 - A resolution to create one Community Intervention Specialist position, effective February 21, 2021, in the Department of Health and Human Services - Housing Division, and authorizing an appropriation transfer of $48,042 from Org. Unit 1940-1945 Appropriation for Contingencies to Org. Unit 8529 to fund the position for the remainder of 2021 (Signed by County Executive on 2/22/2021).
  • 21-193 - A resolution supporting a new era of Federal government, celebrating the advancement of racial equity through the historic election of Vice President Harris, and condemning the insurrection at the United States Capitol which sought to block the certification of the Electoral College votes (Signed by County Executive on 2/22/2021).
  • 21-202 - A resolution opposing State of Wisconsin draft legislation LRB-0157 and opposing legislation which would dictate how local governments tend to their financial affairs, and State creation of unfunded mandates (Failed).
  • 21-208 - A resolution/ordinance amending Chapter 24.02 of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances to reduce the fine for marijuana possession and possession and delivery of drug paraphernalia to no more than one dollar (Signed by County Executive on 4/7/2021).
  • 21-211 - A resolution calling upon the State of Wisconsin to modify its statutes to make first and second simple possession offenses of marijuana subject to financial citation and make a third offense a misdemeanor while repealing the statutory requirement which requires cannabis arrests to be entered into the Wisconsin Criminal History Database (In committee).
  • 21-227 - A resolution authorizing and directing the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture conduct a safety study to identify measures necessary to improve swim safety, beach sustainability and water quality at McKinley Beach and authorizing an appropriation transfer of $70,000 from Org. Unit 1940-1945 Appropriation for Contingencies to an appropriate account within Org. Unit 9000 Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture (Signed by County Executive on 4/7/2021).
  • 21-237 - A resolution commemorating the life of Henry "Hank" Aaron, one of the greatest baseball players of all time, and declaring February 4, Hank Aaron Day in Milwaukee County (Signed by County Executive on 2/24/2021).
  • 21-238 - A resolution commemorating the life of John Lewis, civil rights activist and congressman from the Georgia Fifth District, and declaring February 21, John Lewis Day in Milwaukee County (Signed by County Executive on 2/24/2021).
  • 21-240 - A resolution commemorating the life of Reverend C.T. Vivian, an influential civil rights activist, and declaring July 30, C.T. Vivian Day in Milwaukee County (Signed by County Executive on 2/24/2021).
  • 21-306 - A resolution calling upon the State of Wisconsin to modify the Wisconsin Statutes to effectively legalize the recreational and medicinal use of marijuana (Signed by County Executive on 5/7/2021).
  • 21-330 - A resolution calling upon the United States Federal Government to normalize diplomatic and economic relations with the Republic of Cuba (Unsigned by County Executive).
  • 21-334 - A resolution/ordinance to rename and expand the duties of the Committee on Health and Human Needs to include Strategic Planning by amending Chapters 1, 23, 46, 53, 73, and 97 of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances (Signed by County Executive on 4/7/2021).
  • 21-378 - A resolution reaffirming Milwaukee County's opposition to further expansion of Interstate 94 (Adopted by County Board on 3/25/2021).
  • 21-389 - A resolution committing Milwaukee County to becoming carbon neutral by 2050 and requesting the Director of Sustainability, Department of Administrative Services, develop and administer a strategic plan to achieve carbon neutrality in Milwaukee County facilities and operations by 2050 (Signed by County Executive 5/7/2021).
  • 21-383 - A resolution designating May as annual Violence Prevention Month in Milwaukee County, increasing awareness about violence prevention, and urging residents of Milwaukee County, non-profit organizations, and faith-based organizations to promote efforts to decrease violence within communities (Signed by County Executive 6/2/2021).
  • 21-390 - A resolution supporting Milwaukee County’s commitment to pursuing clean energy and climate change solutions by joining the Wisconsin Local Government Climate Coalition (Signed by County Executive 5/7/2021).
  • 21-403 - A resolution urging the Federal Government of the United States to adopt the Medicare for All Act of 2019, which will provide free quality medical insurance for all citizens of the United States. (Referred to the Committees on Intergovernmental Relations, and Health Equity, Human Needs and Strategic Planning)
  • 21-434 - A resolution requesting the inclusion of the Great Lakes Erosion Control loan program in the 2021-2023 State of Wisconsin biennial budget to control the detrimental effects of lakeshore erosion to property owners and public lands and infrastructure and encourage the proliferation of resources to protect the shoreline and bluffs (Signed by County Executive 6/2/2021).
  • 21-406 - A resolution denouncing political violence, rioting, looting, arson, armed insurrection, domestic terrorism, and white supremacy (Signed by County Executive 6/2/2021).
  • 21-457 - A resolution authorizing and directing a transfer of $3,000 from Org. Unit 1940-1945 - Appropriation for Contingencies to an appropriate account within Org. Unit 9000 - Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture for the purposes of constructing and installing a memorial to Dontre Hamilton at Red Arrow Park (Signed by County Executive 6/2/2021).
  • 21-437 - A resolution advancing racial equity by honoring Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and condemning racially motivated violence and hatred (Signed by County Exeuctive 5/20/2021).
  • 21-462 - A resolution calling for the State of Wisconsin and Federal Government to legally end qualified immunity, enabling civil lawsuits against law enforcers for misconduct and malpractice (Signed by County Exeuctive 7/13/2021).
  • 21-506 - A resolution declaring a “right to counsel” for residents of Milwaukee County facing eviction or foreclosure, authorizing the Department of Health and Human Services, Housing Division to implement a pilot Right to Counsel program, and authorizing an appropriation transfer in the amount of $916,576 from the County’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) allocation to fund cost of the program for the remainder of 2021 (Signed by County Executive 7/19/2021).
  • 21-489 - A resolution authorizing the creation of an Engineering Tech - Surveyor position (pay grade 30Z1) in Org. Unit 5740, Department of Administrative Services, Facilities Management Division, Section on Architecture, Engineering and Environmental Services and funding the 2021 salary cost, and the replacement of outdated, inefficient equipment with modern technology, with a transfer of $67,000 from Org. Unit 1940-1945 - Appropriation for Contingencies, easing the surveyal of Milwaukee County Parks properties and other County projects (Signed by County Executive 7/13/2021).
  • 21-526 - A resolution authorizing and directing the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to change the name of Lindbergh Park to Lucille Berrien Park and processing an appropriation transfer request in the amount of $9,750 from Org. Unit 1800-1945 - Appropriation for Contingencies to Org. Unit 9000 - Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to update the signage at the park (Signed by County Executive 7/13/2021).
  • 21-532 - A resolution requesting an audit of how Milwaukee County offices and departments have engaged public or employee opinion for the enhancement of program and service delivery and efficiency, whether engagement has produced representative, statistically significant results, and whether it may be beneficial to consolidate County engagement efforts (Signed by County Executive 7/13/2021).
  • 21-549 - A resolution supporting the State of Wisconsin increasing the threshold for BadgerCare/Medicaid eligibility from 100 percent to 138 percent of the federal poverty limit to improve the lives of low-income Wisconsinites and receive increased federal appropriations; and declaring June 2021, “Medicaid Expansion Month” (Signed by County Executive 7/13/2021).
  • 21-551 - A resolution directing the Office on African American Affairs (OAAA) analyze the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances and internal documents including Administrative Manual of Operating Procedures (AMOP), guidelines, trainings, and plans used for hiring, salaries and wages, employee retention, provision of Milwaukee County services, and other relevant materials to identify language that is racist or supports systemic and institutional racism and directing that OAAA, in consultation with the Office of Corporation Counsel, provide to the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors recommended...  (Signed by County Executive 8/9/2021)
  • 21-547 - A resolution in support of State Legislative changes that would permit Wisconsin county governments to generate an additional local option sales tax and reduce the reliance on property taxes through a binding referendum process (Signed by County Executive 6/24/2021).
  • 21-548 - A resolution calling upon the State of Wisconsin and all Wisconsin counties to make positive policy changes which will work toward eliminating systemic poverty and inequality (Signed by County Executive 6/24/2021).
  • 21-555 - A resolution to create a Task Force to review and recommend funding allocations to the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors for monies received by the County in the Federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (Signed by Couty Executive 7/13/2021).
  • 21-553 - A resolution supporting the development of the “30th Street Corridor Shared-Use Trail,” a shared-use bicycle and pedestrian trail in the 30th Street Corridor alongside a rail right-of-way which would connect with the Oak Leaf Trail, Hank Aaron State Trail, and the future Beerline Trail extension (Signed by County Executive 7/13/2021).
  • 21-557 - A resolution calling upon the State of Wisconsin to amend Chapter 961 of the Wisconsin Statutes relating to drug paraphernalia, to allow individuals to possess test kits which may test for the presence of fentanyl, to prevent accidental overdoses and mitigate deaths and the opioid crisis; and assist and protect frontline law enforcement officers and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) (Signed by County Executive 8/9/2021).
  • 21-576 - A resolution calling upon the State of Wisconsin to pass into law the Create a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair (CROWN) legislation, prohibiting discrimination of natural hairstyles; and declaring July 3, 2021 as CROWN Day in Milwaukee County (Signed by County Executive 8/9/2021).
  • 21-599 - A resolution in support of immigrants, refugees, and asylum-seekers; calling upon the United States Federal Government to create a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants (Signed by County Executive 8/9/2021).
  • 21-554 - A resolution requesting the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture provide an informational report to the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors for the October 2021 committee cycle outlining their current processes for community engagement, soliciting feedback from the public, and keeping the community and policymakers updated on ongoing projects and initiatives (Signed by County Executive 8/9/2021).
  • 21-611 - A resolution to set a short-term goal for 2024 for Milwaukee County’s aspiration to become the healthiest County in Wisconsin and requesting the Office of African American Affairs (OAAA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) track health outcomes for the County, including quality of life and health factors including health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic factors, and physical environment (Recommended for Adoption).
  • 21-632 - A resolution authorizing and requesting the Milwaukee County Office of the Sheriff and the Milwaukee County House of Correction implement an incentive program encouraging incarcerated individuals to receive a COVID-19 vaccination and approving the use of funds allocated for emergency COVID-19 purposes as outlined in File No. 20-937 to provide money for inmate accounts if they choose to receive a COVID-19 vaccine during their stay (Signed by County Executive 8/9/2021).
  • 21-556 - A resolution authorizing and directing the Department of Human Resources, the Office of the Comptroller, and the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture reallocate the pay grades for all lifeguard positions, provide retention bonuses, cover training costs for lifeguards, and create a new seasonal park worker position to attract new hires and encourage employee retention and authorizing and directing an appropriation transfer request in the amount of $124,304 from Org. Unit 1800-1945 - Appropriation for Contingencies to Org. Unit 9000 - Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to effe... (Signed by County Executive 8/9/2021)
  • 21-654 - A resolution declaring August 5, 2021 as Black Nite Brawl Day in Milwaukee County and requesting the Milwaukee County Historical Society honor the site of the Black Nite Brawl as a historical monument and allow the installation of a memorial marker (Signed by Couty Executive 8/9/2021).
  • 21-807 - A resolution in support of a policy to require any item available for sale to individuals housed in the County’s detention facilities to be charged no higher than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP), or if unavailable, no higher than 125 percent of the average retail/sale price in Milwaukee County (Recommended for Adoption).
  • 21-763 - A resolution supporting a policy that video and telephone agreements for the Milwaukee County Office of the Sheriff and the House of Correction provide residents of Milwaukee County’s correctional facilities with at least 75 minutes of free video calls per week and at least 75 minutes of free voice calls per week. (09/09/21: Laid over for one Meeting).
  • 21-759 - A resolution calling upon the United States Congress to pass and the President to sign into law House Resolution 842, the Protect the Right to Organize (PRO) Act of 2021 (Recommended for Adoption).
  • 21-826 - A resolution opposing nuclear war and calling upon federal policymakers to never use nuclear weapons first, end the President of the United States from being the sole decisionmaker in a nuclear launch, remove US nuclear weapons from high alert, cancel the replacement of the US nuclear arsenal, and pursue a policy of complete global nuclear disarmament (No recommendation due to tie vote).
  • 21-745 - A resolution/ordinance amending Chapter 47.08 of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances to permit foraging for edible fruits, nuts, and mushrooms on designated Milwaukee County park land if it is for personal use and not for resale (09/14/21: Laid Over for One Meeting)
  • 21-803 - A resolution calling upon the County Executive to establish a Milwaukee County policy requiring all Milwaukee County employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide incentives to do so (Held in Committee).
  • 21-748 - A resolution abolishing two vacant hourly Office Assistant positions and creating two hourly Intern positions in the office of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors effective pay period 21, beginning October 3, 2021 (Recommended for Adoption 8/13/2021)
  • 21-859 - A resolution requesting the creation of a pilot reentry program that provides incarceration and post-incarceration support for individuals returning to the community and requesting the Milwaukee County House of Correction working in conjunction with the Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services, the Behavioral Health Division, and the Office of the Sheriff to develop a pilot reentry program that assists individuals post- incarceration with navigating housing resources, economic resources, mental health services, and trusted community members to prepare them to successfully reenter (Recommended for Adoption 9/9/2021).

 

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Press Releases

Supervisor Clancy Introduces Budget Amendments to Move Funds from Sheriff to Human Needs

Oct-25-2021

County Supervisor Ryan Clancy has introduced 24 amendments to the 2022 Milwaukee County Recommended Budget, each of which moves funding from the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) into human needs and infrastructure.

County Board Adopts Clancy Measure Establishing Right to Counsel for Residents Facing Eviction or Foreclosure

Jun-24-2021

The County Board of Supervisors today adopted [17-0-1, Staskunas abstention] a proposal authored by Supervisor Ryan Clancy establishing a “Right to Counsel” for all Milwaukee County residents facing eviction or foreclosure, and funding a pilot program for a year and a half to provide no-cost legal representation.

Clancy Applauds Efforts to Provide Healthy Food to Individuals in County Care, Considers Restart of Farm

Oct-07-2021

County Supervisor Ryan Clancy expressed his appreciation Thursday for a recent offer from the Hunger Task Force to provide healthy food to the House of Correction (HOC) and Jail, and said he hopes to restore the County’s Work Farm program, which allows people in the care of Milwaukee County to perform farm labor and develop related skills.

Supervisor Clancy Demands Accountability, Decries Sheriff’s Office Power Grab

Jun-22-2021

On Thursday the County Board’s Finance Committee for the second month in a row voted to reject (4-3) the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) plan on overtime and overbudget accountability.

Supervisor Clancy to Host Virtual Discussions of ‘We Do This ‘Til We Free Us’

Sep-13-2021

County Supervisor Ryan Clancy and Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson will host a virtual discussion on Mariame Kaba’s New York Times bestselling book We Do This ‘Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice tomorrow at 6 p.m. The discussion is the first in a series of “Milwaukee County Book Club” events organized by Supervisor Clancy.

Supervisor Clancy ‘Right to Counsel’ Proposal Overwhelmingly Endorsed by Finance Committee, Public

Jun-21-2021

On Thursday the County Board’s Finance Committee unanimously recommended a resolution by Supervisor Ryan Clancy that would create a pilot “Right to Counsel” program for Milwaukee County residents facing eviction.

County Board of Supervisors Congratulate Colectivo Workers on Successful Union Election

Aug-27-2021

On Monday, workers at Colectivo Coffee won an election to form a union by a margin of 106-99, after the National Labor Relations Board opened up seven challenged ballots that were uncounted during the first count, which resulted in a 99-99 tie result.

Supervisor Clancy Calls on County Executive Crowley to Dedicate ARPA Funds to Participatory Budgeting

Jun-03-2021

County Supervisor Ryan Clancy is calling on County Executive David Crowley to dedicate a significant portion of Milwaukee County’s $183 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to a process called “decisive participatory budgeting” and $0 to law enforcement.

Supervisors Propose Vaccine Incentives and Requirement for all Milwaukee County Employees

Aug-23-2021

Supervisor Ryan Clancy has introduced a resolution proposing that Milwaukee County require all employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Clancy is also urging County leaders to incentivize vaccinations to encourage employee participation, and to apply the policy in an equitable fashion. Supervisors Rolland, Shea, and Czarnezki are co-sponsors.

Supervisors Clancy and Rolland Applaud Unanimous Recommendation of Overtime Accountability Ordinance

Apr-15-2021

Today the County Board’s Finance Committee unanimously recommended passage of an ordinance change greatly improving the County Board’s fiscal oversight of county departments. The ordinance change is based on a 2020 budget amendment authored by Supervisors Ryan Clancy and Shawn Rolland.

Supervisor Clancy Applauds Probable Cause Decision in Death of Jay Anderson, Jr.

Jul-29-2021

Yesterday Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Glenn Yamahiro announced that he found probable cause to charge Joseph Mensah, a former Wauwatosa Police Officer, in the 2016 killing of Jay Anderson, Jr.

Supervisors Clancy, Czarnezki, and Sumner Applaud Decision to Reject Gun Shows at County Sports Complex

Mar-25-2021

Today the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors rejected (13-3) a proposal to allow Milwaukee County to host gun shows at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex. Supervisors Ryan Clancy, Joseph J. Czarnezki, and Liz Sumner released the following statement applauding this decision.

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In The News

Fox 6: Milwaukee County Lakefront Beach Surveillance System Proposed

Oct-13-2021

Securing your safety or invading your privacy? More and more cities across the U.S. are placing surveillance cameras in public places as a way to fight crime.

Milwaukee Independent: Representative Gwen Moore Joins Clean Energy Advocates In Urging Support For Infrastructure Plan

Jun-07-2021

United States Representative Gwen Moore joined clean energy advocates, elected officials, labor organizations, and community members on June 2 to speak about her support of initiatives to increase energy efficiency in schools, clean energy buses, investments in Milwaukee’s BRT bus program, and the American Jobs Plan.

Wisconsin Watch: Wisconsin Imprisons 1 in 36 Black Adults. No State has a Higher Rate.

Oct-13-2021

A new Sentencing Project report confirms the state’s deep racial disparities in incarceration, which one advocate calls ‘a slap in the face.’

Wisconsin Examiner: Supervisor Clancy Lawsuit Takes On Police Actions During Curfews

Jun-04-2021

More than a year after the George Floyd-inspired protests came to Milwaukee, questions linger over what protesters saw and experienced in the earliest days of the marches, and as the demonstrations and curfews continued into the fall.

CBS 58: Milwaukee County's COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Reaches Deadline

Oct-01-2021

Friday, Oct. 1, is the official deadline for Milwaukee County employees to prove they’re vaccinated or give a valid exemption.

JS Online: Milwaukee County Supervisor Ryan Clancy Sues The City And County Over His Arrest At A Protest Over Police Brutality

Jun-04-2021

Milwaukee County Supervisor Ryan Clancy filed a lawsuit in Milwaukee County Circuit Court on Friday against the city and county alleging law enforcement officers violated his civil rights when he was arrested during a police brutality protest a year ago.

WISN: 54% of Milwaukee County's Workers, so far, Comply with COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Sep-30-2021

Milwaukee County employees have until Friday to show they've been vaccinated against COVID-19. So far, only 54% have done so. That has left questions about what's next for those who have yet to be vaccinated. Roughly 2,400 of the county's 4,000 employees have provided proof of vaccination.

Bay View Compass: Funding Human Needs Works

Jun-01-2021

The most recent numbers are in from the Milwaukee County Department of Health & Human Services Housing Division, and they are stunning. Putting CARES Act funding into the hands of people who need it the most has prevented a staggering 5,480 evictions!

Milwaukee NNS: How Milwaukee County Residents Can Get Free Legal Help For Evictions, Foreclosures

Sep-21-2021

Filings are expected to increase after the federal ban on evictions expires Oct. 3. To help residents, Milwaukee County Supervisor David Crowley signed “Right to Counsel Milwaukee” into law on July 19. This pilot program provides free legal representation to anyone facing eviction or foreclosure.

Urban Milwaukee: Proposal Funds Attorneys For Tenants Facing Evictions

May-21-2021

Milwaukee County could have a program providing free legal counsel to residents facing eviction by July. Supervisor Ryan Clancy told Urban Milwaukee he has drafted a resolution that would allocate funding to a county “Right to Counsel” program for residents facing eviction and foreclosure.

Milwaukee NNS: Ryan Clancy Brings Activism to Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors

Sep-21-2021

Ryan Clancy loves a good fight. In high school in 1995, the ACLU represented the future father of five after he organized students to write and publish an alternative student newspaper that angered the school administration.

Wisconsin Examiner: ‘Right To Counsel’ For Tenants Pushed By Milwaukee County Supervisor

May-20-2021

Milwaukee County Supervisor Ryan Clancy is planning to introduce a resolution aiming to fund a “right to counsel” pilot program to help support tenants facing eviction and other legal measures from landlords. The program would be administered by the county’s housing division through 2022.

TMJ4: Proposal Aims to Hire First Paid Interns for the Milwaukee Co. Board of Supervisors

Sep-17-2021

A Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors proposal would offer paid internships for local students interested in learning more about legislative governance. This would be the first paid internship with the board.

WUWM 89.7: Milwaukee County Resolution Would Give Residents Facing Eviction A Right To Legal Representation

May-18-2021

There is an impending eviction crisis in the United States. As eviction moratoriums end around the nation, many people are facing the reality of losing their homes. The impact can be devastating, not just to the families experiencing it, but to the greater community.

Urban Milwaukee: Proposal Limits Cost of Jail Visits, Food

Sep-07-2021

Milwaukee County Supervisor Ryan Clancy has sponsored two pieces of legislation intended to make it easier and less expensive for inmates at the Milwaukee County Jail and the House of Correction (HOC) to speak with family members or eat decent food.

Urban Milwaukee: Lake Park Bridge Needs $1 Million More

May-18-2021

It looked to Milwaukee County officials like they had finally put together the funding to fix the historic Ravine Road Bridge in Lake Park. But as far as local contractors are concerned, they’re about $1 million short.

Urban Milwaukee: Vaccine Mandate Announced for County Employees

Sep-03-2021

Milwaukee County leaders announced a vaccine requirement Friday for most county employees that will take effect in October. County Executive David Crowley said the new requirement would protect employees and residents that access county services, supporting the county’s stated goal to become the healthiest county in Wisconsin.

Liberation News: Wisconsin Bill Would Cut Funding To Cities That Defund The Police

May-13-2021

On March 11, a new bill, referred to as SB-119 or the “Fund the Police Bill,” was discussed in the Wisconsin legislature at a public hearing in Madison.

Bay View Compass: Profiting From Punishment

Sep-01-2021

If I want to pay for that same package of ramen for someone incarcerated in the Milwaukee County Jail or House of Corrections (HOC), though, it’ll cost me over a dollar. And if I want a video call with a loved one, relative or friend in either facility, it’ll cost me a minimum of $12 for even a few minutes.

Wisconsin Examiner: Voces Protests Removal Of Immigrant-Centered Policies From State Budget By Republicans

May-07-2021

The Wisconsin State Capitol was closed to the public for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It only took four days after reopening for Republicans in the Legislature to draw a large group of protesters to the hallway outside the Joint Finance Committee meeting (JFC).

Urban Milwaukee: Leaders Celebrate New Mental Health Center

Aug-31-2021

It is estimated that one in five people will experience a mental health crisis at some point in their life. “Often one of the largest barriers to receiving support is knowing where to go,” said County Executive David Crowley at a well-attended ceremony Tuesday morning celebrating the new mental health facility being built at 1525 N. 12th. just outside of Downtown.

Bay View Compass: Keeping Our Public Spaces Public

May-01-2021

I’m a big fan of South Shore Park. We frequently bring our kids there to the playground. We love the farmers market. My wife Becky and I were even married in the park.

Urban Milwaukee: Supervisor Pushes Vaccine Mandate

Aug-25-2021

A Milwaukee County Supervisor is pushing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement for all Milwaukee county employees. Sup. Ryan Clancy has sponsored a resolution that calls on the County Executive to establish a policy that requires all county employees to show proof of vaccination.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Approves Overtime Oversight Policy

Apr-26-2021

The Milwaukee County Board recently adopted an ordinance that has its origins in Supervisor Ryan Clancy’s attempts last year to reduce the overtime budget for the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO).

Urban Milwaukee: Barrett Imposes Vaccine Mandate For City Workers

Aug-24-2021

City of Milwaukee employees will soon need to be vaccinated for COVID-19. The policy goes into effect September 1 and gives city employees until October 29 to produce proof of vaccination. City workers that do not comply could be suspended for up to 30 days initially and face termination for continued noncompliance.

Cap Times: In Wake Of Wisconsin’s Racial Justice Protests, Curfew Tickets Raise Equity And Speech Questions

Apr-24-2021

The envelope looked like any other — slightly wrinkled, a handwritten address scrawled across the front. But Jared Cain said he felt violated after looking inside.

JS Online: City Of Milwaukee To Implement Vaccine Mandate For City Employees

Aug-24-2021

City of Milwaukee employees will be required to be vaccinated or face consequences up to termination, Mayor Tom Barrett said Tuesday. The announcement comes after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday gave full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

Urban Milwaukee: Board’s Bike Trails Resolution Fails

Apr-22-2021

A controversial change to the way Milwaukee County Parks manages bike trails was narrowly voted down Thursday by the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. The proposed legislation would have given the board the final approval of any major alterations made to bike trails in Milwaukee County.

JS Online: Milwaukee County Board Approves $50 Incentive For People In County Custody To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Jul-29-2021

People in custody at the Milwaukee County Jail and House of Correction could receive $50 for getting the COVID-19 vaccine under legislation the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors approved Thursday. The measure comes as officials from the local to the federal level are raising concerns about the delta variant and rising case numbers.

JS Online: Bike Trails Ordinance Fails To Pass Milwaukee County Board

Apr-22-2021

Milwaukee County Parks will not have to get approval from the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors to make changes to bike trails in the county after an ordinance failed to pass the board Thursday on an 8-10 vote.

Bay View Compass: Bringing Our Children Home

Jul-29-2021

In 2018, Wisconsin’s Act 185 was signed into law, mandating that Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake, the juvenile jails housing children from Milwaukee County, be converted to adult facilities and our children be brought to facilities closer to home.

Milwaukee NNS: Amid Surge in Drug Overdose Deaths, City-County Heroin, Opioid and Cocaine Task Force Fails to Meet

Apr-14-2021

Despite a record-breaking year in drug overdose deaths in Milwaukee County in 2020, the City-County Heroin, Opioid and Cocaine Task Force managed to meet only once last year and hasn’t met at all in 2021.

Urban Milwaukee: County Plans Youth Culinary Institute

Jul-28-2021

Milwaukee County is going to fund the creation of a culinary institute for young people that are or have been involved in the youth justice system. In an amendment to the 2021 county budget, $500,000 was allocated to “provide expanded community alternatives” for youth involved in the justice system.

Urban Milwaukee: County Jail Staff Wore White Supremacist Symbols

Apr-13-2021

During a tour of the Milwaukee County Jail in January, Milwaukee County Supervisor Ryan Clancy noticed that one of the staff members was wearing a mask with the symbol for the Marvel comic book character The Punisher.

Urban Milwaukee: Plan Offers Vaccine Incentive for Jail, HOC

Jul-26-2021

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors Finance Committee approved an incentive program to increase vaccination among people incarcerated at the Milwaukee County Jail and House of Correction (HOC). A resolution sponsored by Sup. Ryan Clancy would have the county put $50 into the account of anyone that receives the vaccine in the jail or the HOC.

Shepherd Express: County Board Debates Expansion of Trails in Mangan Woods

Apr-12-2021

A Milwaukee County Parks woodland with rare old-growth trees is the focus of heated debate over new trail development meant to serve both mountain bikers and hikers. The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors' role in oversight of parks is also at issue.

Milwaukee Courier: County Executive Signs “Right to Counsel Milwaukee” Into Law

Jul-24-2021

For over a year, tenants have been spared of eviction due to the national eviction moratorium in place by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The moratorium is set to end on Saturday, July 31 and when it does, eviction filings are expected to increase.

WORT: How Tenants’ Right To Counsel Could Reduce Evictions

Jul-21-2021

The CDC’s eviction moratorium, previously extended one month by the Biden administration, is set to expire next week on July 31. This could be catastrophic for families and communities around the country as renters find themselves without stable housing—and, in many cases, without recourse.

Wisconsin Examiner: Policing panel brings Milwaukee chief and others to the table

Mar-22-2021

"Community engagement is very big to me,” said Milwaukee’s Acting Police Chief Jeffrey Norman during a town hall panel hosted by All of Us or None Wisconsin on Saturday. A project of Breaking Barriers Mentoring Inc., All of Us or None is an organizing initiative led by formerly incarcerated people and community members affected by incarceration.

JS Online: Milwaukee County Has Established A Right To Counsel Program

Jul-19-2021

Legislators, lawyers and housing advocates on Monday celebrated the announcement of a new effort aimed at helping Milwaukee County residents facing eviction. The Right to Counsel pilot program will provide low-income renters with free legal representation during eviction proceedings.

Milwaukee Independent: Gun Show Loophole: County Officials Oppose Proposal That Puts Milwaukee County in the Firearms Business

Mar-19-2021

The County Board’s Parks, Energy and Environment Committee approved a proposal from Milwaukee County Supervisor Patti Logsdon on March 16 that would allow gun shows to be held at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex.

JS Online: A Worker Shortage Has Milwaukee County Struggling To Pull Off Beloved Events

Jul-03-2021

July 3 lakefront fireworks in Milwaukee are canceled. County bus service to Summerfest and the Wisconsin State Fair, gone. The pandemic may be receding, but a worker shortage has Milwaukee County struggling to pull off big summer events.

FOX 6: Milwaukee County amendment to permit gun show sparks debate

Mar-18-2021

For years, the Milwaukee Gun Show has been held at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex in Franklin. If a gun show were to continue, an ordinance has to be amended.

JS Online: The Milwaukee County Sheriff Has Established A Team To De-Escalate Mental Health Situations

Jul-02-2021

The Milwaukee and West Allis police departments operate Crisis Assessment and Response Teams — special units that pair behavioral health specialists with uniformed officers to respond to 911 calls for people in a mental health crisis.

TMJ4: Increase in electric cars in Wisconsin will require more places to plug in

Mar-01-2021

Two big announcements in the last couple of weeks mean major changes are coming in what we drive and how we fuel up. First, President Joe Biden wants to replace the federal government's fleet of 645,000 vehicles with electric cars. Also, General Motors wants to sell nothing but zero-emission cars and trucks by 2035.

Bay View Compass: Keeping Us Accountable

Jul-01-2021

During the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors last Finance Committee meeting, we heard reports from two different county departments where each was projected to run a deficit this year.

Bay View Compass: Right to Counsel

Mar-01-2021

In November, I authored a budget amendment that directed the Department of Health and Human Services to analyze the costs and benefits of providing legal counsel to folks facing eviction or foreclosure.

TMJ4: Program Gets Green Light, Milwaukee County Renters Facing Eviction Have Access To Free Legal Counsel

Jul-01-2021

Some renters consider a new pilot program in Milwaukee County a sigh of relief. It's called "Right to Counsel" and it promises free legal representation for those facing eviction. "It's a guarantee that if you are facing eviction or foreclosure and you are a Milwaukee County resident, as of July 1, you're going to have the right to an attorney," said Supervisor Ryan Clancy.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Rejoins WI Counties Association

Feb-25-2021

After extensive deliberation, the Milwaukee County Board has voted to release funds to the Wisconsin Counties Association (WCA). The WCA, is a lobbying and consulting organization for counties in the state. Lobbying state government on behalf of counties is a huge part of what it does.

Urban Milwaukee: Sheriff Projects $3.9 Million Overtime Deficit

Jun-30-2021

In April, the Milwaukee County Board passed an ordinance that requires county departments projecting a budget deficit or overtime budget deficit to come before the board with a report and a plan to remediate it.

Wisconsin Examiner: Milwaukee town halls tackle equity, justice, social issues around formerly incarcerated

Feb-25-2021

The intersection of mental health needs, mass incarceration and housing policy became the focus of a recent town town hall-style event in Milwaukee. The Feb. 20 panel was part of a series of discussions with state and local officials on equity and justice issues in communities across the state.

Wisconsin Examiner: Milwaukee County Tenants Will Have ‘Right To Counsel’

Jun-25-2021

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors voted to adopt a “right to counsel” for residents facing eviction or foreclosure. Funding for the program has also been approved for a year and a half to provide no-cost legal representation.

Urban Milwaukee: County Supervisors Back $1 Pot Penalty

Feb-06-2021

The Milwaukee County penalty for marijuana possession would drop from up to $500 to $1, under a proposal introduced by a group of county supervisors. “In achieving racial equity, disparities in the criminal justice system, including marijuana and paraphernalia possession laws, must be eradicated,” the resolution said.

JS Online: Milwaukee County Board Passes Right To Counsel In Eviction Cases, Renaming Of Lindbergh Park

Jun-24-2021

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution Thursday establishing a right to legal aid for tenants facing eviction. The Board also passed a resolution to rename Milwaukee’s Lindbergh Park after community activist Lucille Berrien.

Capital Times: Milwaukee County considers leaving statewide organization after Dane County pulls out

Feb-04-2021

The state's biggest county is putting off a decision on whether to continue its membership in a statewide lobbying association, a group Dane County already left over concerns that it did not represent its interests.

JS Online: Milwaukee’s Lindbergh Park May Be Getting A New Name

Jun-22-2021

Lindbergh Park was due for a name change. The park was named for pilot Charles Lindbergh, best known for making the first solo, nonstop flight between New York City and Paris. But he also blamed U.S. involvement in World War II on Jewish people, claiming they were misleading the American public as to the severity of Nazi Germany.

Shepherd Express: The Peoples Revolution making Milwaukee Black History and with it LGBTQ Black History

Feb-02-2021

On December 14, 2020, the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors issued an official resolution to mark the 200th consecutive day of The Peoples Revolution (TPR) march for racial equality. In it, the march is noted for its significance to an earlier Milwaukee protest, the 200 day Fair Housing March of 1967-68.

JS Online: With Eviction Mmoratorium Ending Soon, Milwaukee County Officials Consider Right To Counsel Initiative

Jun-15-2021

With the expiration of a moratorium on evictions looming, Milwaukee County officials are moving to ensure tenants facing court action have a right to legal counsel. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a moratorium on evictions beginning Sept. 4 to prevent the spread of COVID-19, as long as tenants signed a declaration ensuring they meet certain criteria.

Bay View Compass: The Right Side of History

Jan-07-2021

In 1967, Milwaukee took to the streets to protest discriminatory housing practices. The parallels to our time are striking. December 14, 2020, marked the 200th day of marches and action across Milwaukee by The Peoples Revolution.

TMJ4: Milwaukee County Proposal Could Give Residents Facing Eviction Access To Free Legal Counsel

Jun-08-2021

Milwaukee County Board Supervisor Ryan Clancy is looking to put the power back into the people's hands. He's doing so by introducing a new resolution that would provide families facing eviction access to legal counsel, free of charge.

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