Board of Supervisors

Patti Logsdon

9th District Supervisor

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.  

Contact Supervisor Logsdon:
Phone: (414) 278-4267

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Press Releases

Supervisor Logsdon Applauds $1 Million Gift to Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens


The Bucyrus Foundation recently donated $1 million to the Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens Inc. for the organization to grow its endowment.

Proposal to Increase Pay, Provide Bonuses for Lifeguards at Milwaukee County Pools, Beaches, and Aquatic Facilities Advances


Members of Milwaukee County’s Personnel Committee unanimously approved a measure Friday that would provide significant pay increases and bonuses to lifeguards at County pools and aquatic facilities, and pay all training costs, to help recruit and retain employees that are needed to ensure facilities remain open during the summer months.

Supervisor Logsdon Applauds End of Department of Children and Families Consent Decree


Last week Chief Judge Pamela Pepper of the United States Federal Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin approved ending the consent decree in Jeanine B. v. Evers and Department of Children and Families.

County Board of Supervisors Congratulate the Bucks on Historic NBA Championship


On Tuesday night the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Phoenix Suns in game 6 of the NBA Finals to win the team’s first NBA Championship since 1971.

Supervisor Logsdon Congratulates Mayor Bukiewicz on Election as Intergovernmental Cooperation Council Chairman


On Monday the Intergovernmental Cooperation Council (ICC), which consists of the Mayor, Village President or Administrator from each of the 19 municipalities inside Milwaukee County, elected Oak Creek Mayor Dan Bukiewicz as its Chairman.

Supervisor Logsdon Proposal to Address Surveying Backlog Recommended by Finance Committee


The County Board’s Finance Committee unanimously voted Thursday to recommend a proposal by County Supervisor Patti Logsdon to create an additional Engineering Tech – Surveyor position in the county’s Facilities Management Division.

Logsdon Calls for More Funding for Law Enforcement in Wake of Franklin Carjacking


Supervisor Patti Logsdon is calling for more funding for law enforcement and a rejection of efforts to defund the police after today’s double carjacking in Franklin.

Board of Supervisors Fails to Conduct Proper Oversight of Trail-building in County Parks


The County Board of Supervisors rejected (10-8) a proposed ordinance change by Supervisors Weishan, Logsdon, and Staskunas that would have clarified the Board’s proper oversight role regarding the significant expansion of new trails in county parks.

Supervisor Logsdon Applauds Continuation of Bus Route to Oak Creek Amazon Distribution Center


The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to continue funding Milwaukee County Transit System Route 81 through 2021 at its Thursday, July 29 meeting. The route begins at W. Fond du Lac Avenue and N. 35th Street-W. Burleigh Street and travels to the Amazon MKE2 distribution center in Oak Creek.

Supervisors Denounce Violence and Discrimination Against Asian Americans


On Tuesday a gunman killed eight people across three Atlanta-area spas—six of whom were women of Asian descent—in the latest example of a rising number of violent Anti-Asian American crimes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In The News

Urban Milwaukee: Nicholson Shuffles Board’s Leadership


Marcelia Nicholson was recently re-elected Chair of the Milwaukee County Board on an unanimous vote, and has announced a slate of committee chairs for the board’s new session that scrambles the old leadership.

CBS 58: Milwaukee County Courts Facing Backlog of Thousands of Felony and Misdemeanor Cases Due to Coronavirus Delays


The Darrell Brooks case in Milwaukee County is refocusing the spotlight on a court system that is struggling to keep up with overwhelming caseloads.

Urban Milwaukee: Committee Opposes Minimum Bail Bills


A Milwaukee County Board committee has recommended, 3-1, rejecting a proposal to support minimum bail for some people charged with crimes.

Fox 6: Milwaukee County DA: Darrell Brooks' Bail 'Mistake' by Assistant


Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm said a young assistant district attorney made a mistake in setting the $1,000 bail that allowed 39-year-old Darrell Brooks Jr. to go free days before the Waukesha Christmas parade attack.

Urban Milwaukee: Supervisors Push Federal Review of State Funding


Milwaukee County will have to make major cuts to public services if it does not begin to receive new or additional revenues in the near future.

TMJ4: DA: Overworked Assistant Set Bail Too Low for Parade Suspect


Milwaukee County's top prosecutor says an assistant district attorney with less than three years experience on the job, made a mistake when she sought $1,000 bail for Darrell Brooks.

Wisconsin Examiner: GOP Calls for DA Chisholm to be Fired Echo Legislative Debates on Milwaukee


A group of 14 Republican Wisconsin senators and state representatives are calling for Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm to be removed from office.

WPR: 'There Are No Excuses': Milwaukee DA Chisholm Points to Human Error Leading to Tragedy in Bail


For the first time, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm addressed why Darrell Brooks Jr. was out on bail the night he drove his SUV through the Waukesha Christmas Parade, striking and killing six people and injuring dozens of others.

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