About Supervisor Logsdon
Supervisor Logsdon was first elected in April 2018. She is a concerned citizen who is honored to work as a public servant for her community.
Patti’s experience includes working as an accountant for over 35 years while raising a family, and remaining active in the community as a poll worker, cheerleading coach, treasurer, assistant treasurer and board member of several local Milwaukee County non-profit organizations.
A master's degree in accounting from Alverno College and her business experience at a Fortune 500 company will assist her with implementing the issues and overseeing the financials in Milwaukee County.
Married for 37 years to her high-school sweetheart, Patti is a cancer survivor, proud mom of Bradley and Melissa, joyful grandmother to Samantha, Alison, Connor and Matthew, and a lifelong resident of Milwaukee County.
She is known as fair, honest and respectful and will remain true to her principles.
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Phone: (414) 278-4267
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I Serve on These Committees
- Transportation, Public Works & Transit
- Economic and Community Development (Vice Chair)
- Judiciary, Safety & General Services
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At Monday’s annual Milwaukee County Budget Adoption meeting, Supervisor Patti Logsdon voted against adopting the finalized 2021 budget. In an effort to balance the county’s budget, the property tax levy was increased by $2.9 million from the 2020 levy.
Governor Tony Evers has appointed Milwaukee County Supervisor Patti Logsdon to the Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership Council.
Milwaukee County Sheriff Earnell Lucas presented the Office of the Sheriff’s 2021 proposed budget in yesterday’s meeting of the Finance Committee. Like other Milwaukee County departments responding to the effect of the Coronavirus pandemic on County finances, the Sheriff’s Office budget was reduced by 2.7%. In response to calls to further reduce the Sheriff’s budget, Supervisors Goodwin, Logsdon, and Weishan issued the following statement.
Supervisor Patti Logsdon is inviting the community to join her in honoring local resident Jane Godfroy, who donated funds for a new footbridge in Hales Corners Park.
The Board of Supervisors passed (16-0) a resolution at their monthly Board meeting that allocates funding for Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) to create a new bus route to service the Amazon facility in Oak Creek. The new Route 81 will connect residents from both the near North and South sides of Milwaukee County to the jobs at the facility.
Supervisor Patti Logsdon joined with her colleagues who voted unanimously at April's County Board meeting to oppose a special variance that would allow WE Energies to dump more than three times the safe limit of mercury into Lake Michigan.
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors passed (18-0) a resolution last Thursday that provides additional funding to extend the current resurfacing project along Rawson Avenue. The extension will go from USH 45 to North Cape Road.
The Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted (18-0) a resolution today to study the how the Office of the Sheriff might serve as transit security for the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS).
Supervisor Patti Logsdon was one of four members of Milwaukee County Board to vote against a property tax increase on Tuesday when the Board met to finalize the 2020 county budget.
The Transportation Committee of the Milwaukee County Board unanimously adopted a resolution today to study the creation of a new classification of law enforcement officer that would serve the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS).
Supervisor Patti Logsdon is calling on the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) to change its advertising guidelines to prevent political messages from appearing on County buses.
The County Board adopted (13 - 5) an amendment from Supervisor Patti Logsdon to fund the repairs of two badly deteriorated bridges along College Ave., at 31st Street and 34th Street, as part of the 2019 Milwaukee County budget today.
Milwaukee County Supervisors Deanna Alexander, Dan Sebring, and Patti Logsdon are proposing to allow for a public comment period during meetings of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors.
Milwaukee County Supervisors Deanna Alexander, Patti Logsdon, and Sylvia Ortiz-Velez wrote and submitted to the County Board, a resolution aimed at helping to house the part of Milwaukee’s homeless population that federal funding is unable to assist.
Supervisor Patti Logsdon has secured a commitment from the Milwaukee County Department of Transportation (DOT) to fund improvements to a crosswalk in front of the Oak Creek West Middle School.
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