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Milwaukee County Board News

Supervisor Sumner Applauds Oak Leaf Trail Sinkhole Emergency Declaration

Sep-23-2021

County Supervisor Liz Sumner was thrilled to join her colleagues Thursday in unanimously voting to take immediate action to address the Oak Leaf Trail Zip Line Sinkhole.

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  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 01
Year
  • 2021

Board Adopts Chairwoman Nicholson’s Proposal to Create Paid Internships

Sep-23-2021

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted a proposal from Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson to offer paid internships, rather than unpaid positions, to area students that want to learn the skills associated with working for a local legislative body.

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  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 05
Year
  • 2021

Chairwoman Nicholson, Supervisor Ortiz-Velez Honor Hispanic Leaders at County Board Meeting

Sep-23-2021

County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson and District 12 Supervisor Sylvia Ortiz-Velez presented Voces de la Frontera, United Migrant Opportunity Services (UMOS), Walter Garron, and Alondra Garcia with citations in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month at Thursday’s County Board meeting.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 05
  • District 12
Year
  • 2021

Chairwoman Nicholson Proposal Would Create Paid Internships, a First for Board of Supervisors

Sep-17-2021

Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson and Supervisors Ryan Clancy, Joseph J. Czarnezki, Felesia A. Martin, Steven Shea, Shawn Rolland, and Willie Johnson, Jr. are proposing that the County Board offer paid internships, rather than unpaid positions, to area students that want to learn the skills associated with working for a local legislative body.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 05
Year
  • 2021

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

Sep-16-2021

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.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 09
Year
  • 2021

Supervisor Coggs-Jones and King Advisory Inc. Invite Community to the 26th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Book Bag Giveaway

Sep-16-2021

Supervisor Priscilla E. Coggs-Jones and King Advisory Inc. (KAI) welcome all children and parents to participate in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Back to School Festival this Saturday from noon-3 pm at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 1531 W. Vliet St., Milwaukee, Wis.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 10
Year
  • 2021

Supervisors Praise Work of County Housing Division in Preventing Evictions

Sep-16-2021

County Supervisors that serve on the Health Equity, Human Needs, and Strategic Planning Committee expressed their praise and gratitude Thursday for the Milwaukee County Housing Division’s ongoing effort to prevent evictions.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 07
Year
  • 2021

TMJ4: City Of Oshkosh Reduces Fine For Cannabis Possession To $75

Sep-15-2021

The Oshkosh Common Council passed an ordinance Tuesday that lowers the fine for first-offense cannabis possession from $200 to $75, plus court fees.

Content Type
  • In the News
Supervisory District
  • District 12
Year
  • 2021

Urban Milwaukee: Saga Of The Domes Continues

Sep-15-2021

So much has happened since the last time county policy makers formally paid attention to the aging Mitchell Park Domes. Since 2019, the leadership on both the Milwaukee County Board and in the county executive’s office has changed; and the county, like the rest of the world, was plunged into the COVID-19 pandemic.

Content Type
  • In the News
Supervisory District
  • District 03
  • District 12
Year
  • 2021

Chairwoman Nicholson and Supervisor Ortiz-Velez Celebrate Beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month

Sep-15-2021

Today begins the observation of Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of Hispanic Americans who have achieved success and inspired others.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 05
  • District 12
Year
  • 2021

Supervisor Taylor Calls for Reentry Initiative at the House of Correction

Sep-14-2021

County Supervisor Sequanna Taylor will present a resolution calling for a reentry initiative to help support individuals returning to the community from the Milwaukee County House of Correction (HOC) at the Wednesday, September 15 Health Equity, Human Needs, and Strategic Planning Committee meeting.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 02
Year
  • 2021

Supervisor Goodwin Proposal to Create Basketball League Recommended by Parks Committee

Sep-14-2021

Today the County Board’s Parks, Energy, and Environment Committee voted (4-1, Sumner) to recommend for adoption a resolution by Supervisor Russell Antonio Goodwin, Sr. requesting the Parks Department work with Milwaukee Recreation to organize the “Milwaukee County Basketball League.”

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 18
Year
  • 2021

JS Online: Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett's Eventual Departure Opens Door To Generational Change

Sep-13-2021

As Mayor Tom Barrett looks toward his likely new ambassadorship in Luxembourg, Milwaukeeans are contemplating the future of the city without the long-serving mayor at the helm.

Content Type
  • In the News
Supervisory District
  • District 05
Year
  • 2021

Supervisor Clancy to Host Virtual Discussions of ‘We Do This ‘Til We Free Us’

Sep-13-2021

County Supervisor Ryan Clancy and Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson will host a virtual discussion on Mariame Kaba’s New York Times bestselling book We Do This ‘Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice tomorrow at 6 p.m. The discussion is the first in a series of “Milwaukee County Book Club” events organized by Supervisor Clancy.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 04
Year
  • 2021

Urban Milwaukee: Proposal Limits Cost of Jail Visits, Food

Sep-07-2021

Milwaukee County Supervisor Ryan Clancy has sponsored two pieces of legislation intended to make it easier and less expensive for inmates at the Milwaukee County Jail and the House of Correction (HOC) to speak with family members or eat decent food.

Content Type
  • In the News
Supervisory District
  • District 04
Year
  • 2021

Supervisor Coggs-Jones Expresses Support for New Mental Health Emergency Center

Sep-07-2021

County Supervisor Priscilla E. Coggs-Jones applauds the decade-long collaboration between public and private entities which led to the establishment of a new Mental Health Emergency Center located at 1525 N 12th Street.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 10
Year
  • 2021

JS Online: 33% Of Corrections Officer Positions Are Unfilled In Milwaukee County

Sep-03-2021

A competitive job market has led to an exodus of correctional officers in Milwaukee County, forcing its detention centers to operate with only 67% of positions filled. According to Supervisor Russell Goodwin, the county is down 86 officers, forcing staff members to work more overtime hours and, consequently, take sick leave in order to receive a break.

Content Type
  • In the News
Supervisory District
  • District 18
Year
  • 2021

WPR: Milwaukee County To Require COVID-19 Vaccines For Employees

Sep-03-2021

Milwaukee County will become the next Wisconsin employer to require COVID-19 vaccines for its employees. County Executive David Crowley issued an administrative order to all non-union represented county staff that they must be vaccinated by Oct. 1, or they could be denied promotions and over time opportunities.

Content Type
  • In the News
Supervisory District
  • District 05
Year
  • 2021

Urban Milwaukee: Vaccine Mandate Announced for County Employees

Sep-03-2021

Milwaukee County leaders announced a vaccine requirement Friday for most county employees that will take effect in October. County Executive David Crowley said the new requirement would protect employees and residents that access county services, supporting the county’s stated goal to become the healthiest county in Wisconsin.

Content Type
  • In the News
Supervisory District
  • District 04
  • District 05
Year
  • 2021

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

Sep-03-2021

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.

Content Type
  • Press Release
Supervisory District
  • District 09
Year
  • 2021

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