ARPA Task Force
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors established the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) Task Force to review funding recommendations for the use of the ARPA resources. The task force is also charged with establishing a process that engages broad and diverse input from the community to develop non-binding recommendations to the Board of Supervisors for distributing ARPA funds in a way that helps achieve the county’s vision: By achieving racial equity, Milwaukee is the healthiest county in Wisconsin.
Co-Chair Ricardo Diaz, former Executive Director of the United Community Center, designated by County Executive Crowley
Co-Chair Shawn Rolland, Milwaukee County Board Supervisor District 6, designated by Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson
Ashley Adsit, Milwaukee County Director of Grants and Special Projects, designated by Department of Administrative Services Director Aaron Hertzberg
Jason Haas, Milwaukee County Board Supervisor District 14 and Finance Committee Chair
Scott Manske, Milwaukee County Comptroller
Jeff Roman, Milwaukee County Office on African American Affairs Director
To see the agenda of the next ARPA Task Force meeting, go here.
To watch the next meeting of the ARPA Task Force live or on demand, stream it here.
To send a general email to all ARPA Task Force members, click here.
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Capital Improvements Committee
The Board of Supervisors established the Capital Improvements Committee (CIC) in 2012, by adopting an amendment from Supervisor Dimitrijevic to the 2013 Milwaukee County Recommended Budget. The Committee is responsible for evaluating all capital projects that may be included in the Capital Improvements Budget and annually developing a five-year capital improvements plan that employs a detailed set of criteria to determine the priority of each project. Concurrently in 2012, the Board of Supervisors amended the Milwakee County Code of General Ordinances by creating and adopting Chapter 36, further codifying the responsibility of the CIC to "develop, maintain and update a long-term capital improvements program for the county’s construction and maintenance of infrastructure and facilities."
Scott Manske, Comptroller and Committee Chairperson
Willie Johnson Jr., Supervisor and Vice-Chair of the Committee on Finance
Jason Haas, Supervisor and Chair of the Committee on Finance
Russell Antonio Goodwin Sr., Supervisor and Chair of the Committee on Transportation
Donna Brown-Martin, Director of the Milwaukee County Department of Transportation
Joseph Lamers, Director of the Office of Performance, Strategy and Budget
Mayor Dan Bukiewicz, City of Oak Creek
Mayor Dennis McBride, City of Wauwatosa
Janelle Jensen, Legislative Services Division Manager
To see the agenda of the next Capital Improvements Committee meeting, click here.
To watch the next meeting of the Capital Improvements Committee live, or on demand, stream it here.
To send a general email to all Capital Improvements Committee members, click here.
Pension Study Commission
The Pension Study Commission has the obligation to study and report to the County Board on all proposed changes in the employees' retirement system of the county or the sheriffs' annuity and benefit fund of the county. No change in the retirement system or benefit fund shall be considered by the County Board until it has been referred to the commission for a written report on the proposed change.
Supervisor Willie Johnson, Jr., Chairperson
Supervisor Jason Haas
Supervisor Felesia A. Martin
Shanin R. Brown, Committee Coordinator, (414) 278-4073
Steve Cady, Director of Research and Policy, (414) 278-4347
To see the agenda of the next Pension Study Commission meeting, click here.
To watch the next meeting of the Pension Study Commission live, or on demand, stream it here.
To send a general email to all Pension Study Commission members, click here.