Milwaukee County, along with the City of Milwaukee, is currently going through a renewal and growth period. It is an honor and privilege to serve as your County Board Supervisor during this exciting period in our county.
Working collaboratively is our pathway forward to growth and prosperity for us all! I look forward to working with the residents of the 7th District and its partners to restore pride, respect and decency in our communities. Together we can rebuild community trust and engagement by working with each other.
I plan to host "meet and greet" sessions, as well as listening sessions, year-round throughout the district to ensure constituents have an opportunity to meet their county supervisor face to face. My goal is to let the constituents know that their voice is being heard and amplified through the County Board. Together we will make a difference and we will be inclusive. We strive to include everyone in our meetings as we work towards a better understanding of our needs and one another.
Constituents are encouraged to contact my office with any issues and/or concerns or to schedule a meeting. I look forward to working with you.
All of Us Together!
Call my office at (414) 278-4241
Email me at Felesia.Martin@MilwaukeeCountyWI.gov
About Supervisor Martin
Supervisor Martin was elected to the county board April 3, 2018. She currently serves as Vice Chair of the Health and Human Needs Committee and also serves on the Parks, Energy & Environment Committee and the Economic and Community Development Committee. Supervisor Martin was appointed to the Milwaukee County Pension Study Commission for a term expiring May 24, 2023.
She and her husband along with their “fur kid”, Jazz the Cat, reside in the Sherman Park Neighborhood and, where they have lived for more than 40 years. Supervisor Martin is a proud alumnus of Milwaukee Public Schools, having graduated from John Marshall High School. She attended Bryant & Stratton College and Lakeland College (now known as Lakeland University).
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County Supervisor Felesia A. Martin is calling for Governor Tony Evers, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and all municipal health departments across Milwaukee County to include MCTS bus drivers in Group 1b for COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
As part of Milwaukee County’s ongoing work to achieve racial equity, the Black Caucus of the Board of Supervisors is developing a set of policy proposals to dismantle systemic racism, improve accountability for law enforcement, and provide necessary services to the public. The Black Caucus released the following statement today regarding their policy ideas and the protests related to the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers.
On Wednesday, a mob incited by President Trump’s false claims of widespread voter fraud stormed the U.S. Capitol during Congress’s certification of the 2020 Presidential election. The ensuing chaos resulted in the death of five people, numerous injuries and massive property damage
The Board of Supervisors voted (13-3) to rename Columbus Park to Indigenous Peoples' Park on Thursday, establishing the first Milwaukee County park honoring Native American communities indigenous to Wisconsin and Milwaukee.
County Supervisor Felesia Martin commends the Milwaukee County Election Commission, led by the County Clerk’s office, for its diligent work in completing its recount of the 2020 presidential election.
In a statement, County Supervisor Felesia A. Martin expressed her support for a proposal from Department of Health and Human Services director Mary Jo Meyers to renovate existing youth facilities, rather than build a new secure facility.
County Supervisor Felesia Martin expressed her appreciation for County Executive David Crowley’s efforts to put the health of County employees and residents first with a forthcoming administrative order requiring health screenings.
County Supervisor Felesia A. Martin recognized Milwaukee County bus operator Jeannie Mitchell on Thursday for coming to the aid of two lost children while driving her route for the Milwaukee County Transit Service (MCTS).
13 Milwaukee County Supervisors have introduced a resolution calling upon the county’s Civil Service Commission to prohibit the use of chokeholds and asphyxia by all Milwaukee County employees, including Sheriff’s Deputies and Correction Officers.
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted a resolution from Supervisor Felesia Martin today to raise public awareness about lupus, a chronic auto-immune disease that affects more than 1.5 million Americans.
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