It is both an honor and privilege to continue to serve and represent you on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. I appreciate your confidence in me and pledge that I will continue to work hard for Milwaukee County, particularly District 14.
I have been appointed a second time to serve as chair of the Committee on Parks, Energy, & Environment for the 2018 - 2020 term. In that capacity, I am in the best position to fight to keep our parks open, clean and free for everyone to enjoy. I also serve on the Mitchell Park Domes Task Force, which is working to determine the future of the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory.
As your County Supervisor, I will work collaboratively with my colleagues, the county executive and his administration to provide the services that Milwaukee County residents are accustomed to and deserve. Please feel free to reach out to my office if you have any county-related concerns, as we would be happy to assist.
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About Supervisor Haas
Supervisor Jason Haas was first elected 14th District Supervisor during a special election in April 2011, and re-elected in 2012, 2016, and 2018. He serves as Chair of the Parks, Energy & Environment Committee and is a member of the Finance & Audit Committee.
Jason is a community leader and homeowner in Milwaukee's Bay View neighborhood. He is an active member of the Bay View Neighborhood Association.
Jason graduated from UWM in 2009 with a degree in History. He has over a decade of experience in the media and more than twenty years of work in the computer industry.
Jason, his wife Stacie, children Ellison and Hari, and their dog Karl are all proud residents of the south side.
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At its final meeting Tuesday night, the Mitchell Park Domes Task Force will consider and vote on recommendations to the County Board of Supervisors for restoring and preserving the iconic structures, which house the County's horticultural conservatory and are in need of repair.
Several members of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors released the following statement regarding the recent terrorist incident in Charlottesville, Virginia: "Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Heather Heyer and the other victims of hate-fueled violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday.
County Supervisor Jason Haas issued the following statement congratulating Alderman Terry Witkowski on his recently announced retirement.
On Monday, April 10, a man violently attacked a Muslim woman walking home from morning prayers. The woman was hospitalized and released the next day. The attacker remains at large.
County Supervisors Jason Haas will attend a local vigil for New Zealand's victims of white nationalist terrorism, to be held at the Islamic Society of Milwaukee Thursday night at 7:30pm. The Islamic Society is located in the 14th Supervisors District, which Haas represents on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors.
The County Board's Parks Committee adopted a resolution Tuesday to allocate $27,000 for repairs and upgrades to the Humboldt Park restroom facilities. The county's $27,000 grant will match $4,000 from the Humboldt Park Friends group and $23,000 from a private account that is funded by a portion of all beverage sales at the beer garden.
County Supervisors Jason Haas and Marina Dimitrijevic joined with community members to honor the legacy of longtime parks advocate and educator Ruth M. Simos by naming the Great Room at the Humboldt Park Pavilion in her honor Wednesday.
County Supervisors advanced a partnership with the City of Milwaukee on Thursday that will result in several new features for two county-owned parks as well as major storm water management improvements.
County Supervisor Jason Haas wants families in his district to know about recently completed upgrades to the playground at Holler Park, and that Milwaukee County has honored its commitment to ensure the playground is accessible to all.
The Milwaukee County Board's Amended Budget is expected to include a provision by Supervisor Jason Haas that allocates $250,000 to the Parks Amenities Matching Fund (PAMF) that was previously unaccounted for.
Milwaukee County Supervisors Jason Haas and Marina Dimitrijevic will hold a joint town hall meeting on the Milwaukee County Budget on Thursday, November 2, at 6:00PM, at the South Shore Pavilion in South Shore Park.
On Wednesday, October 12, at 5:30pm, the Mitchell Park Domes Task Force will meet for the first time to discuss the future of the iconic structures.
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