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It is an honor to serve you on the Milwaukee County Board. Here you will find important updates on my work for you. My monthly e-newsletter is a great place to start if you want to see what I’ve been up to on your behalf at the County Board and out in our community.
I have proudly represented our district on the Milwaukee County Board since 2004. I strive to provide you the best service and representation I can while working to bring county resources to our neighborhood.
Please contact my office via email or phone call with your suggestions on how we can work together to improve our quality of life in Milwaukee County. I value your feedback and suggestions!
Milwaukee County Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic
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Thanks to everyone who joined County Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic and Milwaukee County Parks September 10 to discuss plans for a clean and safe South Shore Beach.Whether or not you could attend our initial public information meeting, we want to hear from you!
Review design concepts for a new beach then take our brief survey here.
South Shore Beach Alternative Design Concepts
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About Supervisor Dimitrijevic
Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic has the distinction of being the youngest woman elected County Supervisor when she took office in 2004 at the age of 22. She was subsequently re-elected to the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors in 2008 and 2012. On April 16, 2012, Supervisor Dimitrijevic was elected by her peers to serve as Chairwoman of the County Board of Supervisors. She is the youngest person in the history of Milwaukee County, and only the second woman, to hold that office.
Her last County Board meeting as Chairwoman was in July of 2015, as she decided to return to her supervisory role and continue her work in the community.
Since being elected to office, Supervisor Dimitrijevic has fought energetically on legislative issues that help the community she was born and raised in and now represents. Her legislative agenda has been focused on supporting the needs of working families, adopting higher energy and environmental standards in Milwaukee County, and passing a socially and fiscally responsible budget each year. She has had legislative victories in the areas of equality, responsible economic development, rehabilitative incarceration programs and environmental protection. Supervisor Dimitrijevic is currently working on civil rights issues, which affect our immigrant and LGBT communities, and dedicated funding for parks and transit.
Marina, the daughter of Serbian immigrants, is a lifelong resident of Milwaukee's south side. She is an honors graduate of Marquette University where she earned a bachelor's degree in political science and Spanish. Marina also graduated Summa Cum Laude with her master's in nonprofit management and leadership from UW-Milwaukee. The 4th Supervisory District is one of two County Board districts with a Latino majority.
Fluent in Spanish, Supervisor Dimitrijevic attended the University of Madrid in Spain as a foreign exchange student. As a participant in Marquette University's Les Aspin Center for Government in Washington, D.C., she worked in the office of Congressman Jerry Kleczka, a well-respected leader who served Milwaukee's south side. Later, she traveled to Kenya working with newly democratically elected officials. Prior to her election to the County Board, Dimitrijevic worked as a paralegal at Friebert, Finerty and St. John and as a public relations intern for the Milwaukee Common Council.
Marina is known for her commitment to community involvement. She is an active member in over 30 civic organizations in her district. Marina has held over 100 town hall meetings in her elected career and has visited each of the 19 communities in Milwaukee County by bus.
Supervisor Dimitrijevic and her family live in the heart of Bay View on Milwaukee's south side.
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County Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic is proposing to allocate $52,000 to fund 100 doulas, or birth companions, to improve birth and maternal health in the 53206 Zip Code.
The Economic and Community Development Committee recommended adoption (3-1) of a proposal from Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic to change to Milwaukee County's historic Fair Housing ordinance today.
Readers of the Shepherd Express have named Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic "Best Milwaukee County Supervisor" of 2018 in the newspaper's annual "Best of Milwaukee" poll.
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors took action to implement Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic's eviction prevention plan today, by authorizing (16 - 0) the Housing Division to set aside $200,000 to launch the project.
County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., and Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic introduced a budget amendment to ensure that hundreds of Milwaukee County workers will continue to access jobs with a modified JobLines bus route. The Finance and Audit Committee adopted their proposal on a vote of 6 to 0.
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.
County Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic is proposing Mitchell Park as a possible site for the new Milwaukee Public Museum and recommending a combined governing structure to manage the museum and the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory.
Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic expressed her support for the national fight to maintain the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program Monday, announcing that she will join a hunger strike already in progress,
The Milwaukee County Board's Finance and Audit Committee unanimously recommended (7-0) a proposal by Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic to include menstrual products among the basic hygiene items made freely available for use in Milwaukee County restrooms.
Several members of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors released the following statement regarding the recent terrorist incident in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The public had an opportunity to review and weigh in on design concepts for a relocated South Shore Beach Monday night at the South Shore Park pavilion. Relocating the beach could cost several million dollars but planners hope most of those funds will come from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) or other non-county sources.
County Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic joined Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, County Parks Director John Dargle, and several community partners Thursday to celebrate the completion of significant public investments in South Shore Park.
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