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Urban Ecology Center Lease for Washington Park Advances

Jul-26-2018

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors endorsed (17 - 1) a long-term lease with the Urban Ecology Center for portions of Washington Park today that will bring significant investment and major upgrades to park facilities.

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Supervisory District
  • District 05
Year
  • 2018

Milwaukee County Offers New Tool for Financing Energy Saving Upgrades

Jul-26-2018

The Board of Supervisors approved (15-2) the County's participation in a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan program today, to help Milwaukee County property owners finance the costs associated with energy saving upgrades.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Milwaukee County Offers New Tool for Financing Energy Saving Upgrades

Jul-13-2018

Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., is asking the Board of Supervisors to take the next steps in setting up a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan program and help Milwaukee County property owners finance the costs associated with energy saving upgrades.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

County Board Funds New Playground for Cathedral Square Park

Jun-27-2018

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors has allocated $185,000 for new playground equipment at Cathedral Square Park.

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Supervisory District
  • District 05
Year
  • 2018

Committee Advances Dimitrijevic Proposal to Ban Housing Discrimination

Jun-12-2018

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.

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Supervisory District
  • District 04
Year
  • 2018

Chairman Lipscomb and Supervisor Dimitrijevic Push for a Strong Paid Parental Leave Policy for Milwaukee County

Jun-08-2018

A County Board committee has unanimously approved a proposal from Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., and Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic to develop policy options for modernizing the county's parental and medical leave rules.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
  • District 04
Year
  • 2018

Committee Advances Resolution to Modernize Transit

Jun-06-2018

The Committee on Transportation, Public Works and Transit urged the Transportation Department today to seek federal funding for adding battery-powered electric buses to the county's fleet, which currently has none.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Supervisor Moore Omokunde Statement on Sterling Brown Video

May-24-2018

County Supervisor Supreme Moore Omokunde released the following statement regarding the release of a video in the Sterling Brown incident.

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Supervisory District
  • District 10
Year
  • 2018

County Board Votes to Implement Eviction Reduction Plan

May-24-2018

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.

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Supervisory District
  • District 04
Year
  • 2018

County Board Overwhelmingly Approves Marijuana Referendum for November 6 Ballot

May-24-2018

The County Board approved a resolution (15-1) today to place an advisory referendum on the November ballot asking voters to take a position on the personal use, commercial regulation, and taxation of marijuana.

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Supervisory District
  • District 16
Year
  • 2018

Supervisor Nicholson Statement on Sterling Brown Incident

May-24-2018

County Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson released the following statement on the release of the video showing the tasing and arrest of Sterling Brown.

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Supervisory District
  • District 05
Year
  • 2018

County Board Calls for Returning Winter Farmers Market to Mitchell Park Domes

May-24-2018

On a vote of 14 to 2 the Milwaukee County Board called for the return of the Milwaukee Winter Farmers Market to the Mitchell Park Domes for the 2018-19 season.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Supervisor Alexander Invited to the White House

May-23-2018

Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander has traveled to Washington D.C. to meet today with officials from the White House.

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Supervisory District
  • District 18
Year
  • 2018

Lipscomb Calls for Returning Farmers Market to Domes

May-15-2018

County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr. and Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic are calling for the return the Milwaukee Winter Farmers Market - which was abruptly cancelled without explanation earlier this year - to the Mitchell Park Domes for the 2018-19 season.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Public Hearing on Proposed Marijuana Referendum Set for Thursday

May-10-2018

The Committee on Judiciary, Safety and General Services will consider a proposal to place an advisory referendum on the November ballot this Thursday.

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Supervisory District
  • District 16
Year
  • 2018

Supervisor Weishan Proposing Marijuana Referendum for November Ballot

May-03-2018

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Supervisory District
  • District 16
Year
  • 2018

Chairman Lipscomb Announces Committee Assignments

Apr-24-2018

County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr. announced committee assignments for the 2018– 2020 term today, including appointments of first time Supervisors Patti Logsdon, Felesia A. Martin, Sylvia Ortiz-Velez, and Steven Shea to serve as vice chairpersons of a committee.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors Elects Lipscomb as Chairperson

Apr-16-2018

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors elected Theodore Lipscomb, Sr. to serve as Chairperson for the 2018-2020 term today.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Airport Regains Staff Necessary to Continue Economic Expansion

Apr-03-2018

Milwaukee County Supervisors Chris Larson and John F. Weishan, Jr., are thanking their colleagues on the County Board for voting to restore seven positions at General Mitchell International Airport.

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Supervisory District
  • District 16
Year
  • 2010

Lipscomb Bus Route Proposal Could Link 1300 Workers to Foxconn

Mar-07-2018

County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr. has proposed a new bus service from Milwaukee and Racine to the Foxconn Technology Group complex in Mt. Pleasant, a service that could ultimately bring more than 1,300 workers to the facility every day.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Lipscomb Reaffirms Wisconsin's Good Government Values

Feb-13-2018

A Wisconsin State Assembly committee will consider a bill tomorrow that could eliminate longstanding democratic principles and grant sweeping new powers to county executives and county administrators.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Lipscomb Offers Solutions to Avoid Bus Route Cuts

Jan-31-2018

The County Board will vote Thursday on a resolution that offers several options the Transportation Department and the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) can use to avoid route cuts announced by County Executive Chris Abele.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Lipscomb Resolution Keeps Schulz Aquatic Center Open

Jan-25-2018

County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., will introduce a resolution during today's Finance Committee meeting directing the Parks Department to keep the Schulz Aquatic Center open in 2018, citing level funding for aquatic facilities in the 2018 county budget, and calling for a moratorium on funding out-of-county travel for county employees.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Lipscomb Slams Abele Administration for Hidden Bonuses

Jan-11-2018

After a recent report revealed more than $250,000 in previously undisclosed bonuses during a six month period last year, County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., slammed County Executive Chris Abele for doling out bonuses while at the same time blaming a lack of resources for his threats to close a northside pool.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Lipscomb Applauds County Executive's Turnaround on Emergency Homeless Shelter Funding

Jan-09-2018

County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., applauded action taken by County Executive Chris Abele’s administration today to restore his cuts to emergency homeless shelter funding, which Abele’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) proposed cutting by $200,000 just a month ago.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2018

Milwaukee County Transfers Buildings to Milwaukee Art Museum

Dec-18-2017

In an agreement signed today with Milwaukee County, the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) takes ownership of several buildings that make up its lakefront campus, along with O’Donnell Park and the parking garage beneath it.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2017

Abele Continues to Push Wheel Tax Increase In Spite of Voter Opposition, Lipscomb Remains Opposed

Dec-13-2017

County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr. reaffirmed his opposition to doubling the county wheel tax today, in the wake of comments by Abele administration officials who suggested that taxpayers bear the costs of Abele’s failure to manage his departments.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2017

Finance Committee Repeats Commitment to Homeless Shelters

Dec-11-2017

Members of the Finance and Audit Committee reiterated their support for fully funding emergency homeless shelters today and repeatedly reminded representatives of County Executive Abele’s administration that the County Board did not cut any funds for emergency shelter services in the 2018 budget.

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Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2017

2018 County Budget Includes Funding to Combat Sex Trafficking

Nov-06-2017

The 2018 Adopted Budget includes an amendment by Supervisor Nicholson that allocates $10,000 to combat the problem of sex trafficking by funding a public education campaign about the issue, and promoting the National Human Trafficking Hotline.

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Supervisory District
  • District 05
Year
  • 2017

2018 Budget Includes $90,000 for Youth Training Programs

Nov-06-2017

The 2018 Adopted Budget includes an amendment proposed by Supervisors Sequanna Taylor, Michael Mayo, Sr., and Supreme Moore Omokunde to provide job training for youth, with the hopes of reducing recidivism and keeping Milwaukee County youth out of Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake.

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Supervisory District
  • District 02
Year
  • 2017

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