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Press Releases Referencing Public Works Committee
Council hearing Wednesday on proposal to lift cap on taxicab permits, create legal path for network company vehiclesJun 17th, 2014 by Robert Bauman
The Public Works Committee will hold a special meeting tomorrow to hear testimony on a proposed ordinance lifting the cap on taxicab permits and establishing provisions for vehicle inspections and driver licensing for “network companies.”
The City of Milwaukee will move forward with plans to issue 100 new taxi cab licenses, even as a group of current taxi owners and operators attempt to thwart the legislative process with a last-ditch federal lawsuit.
Uber ride-sharing file, pothole policies/procedures and energy production measure also on tap for Wednesday’s meeting
To alleviate a critical street parking squeeze affecting several downtown businesses, Alderman Robert J. Bauman has proposed rescinding a state Department of Transportation (WDOT) mandated traffic control plan.
In his efforts to protect residents and businesses from the constant nighttime noise that accompanies ongoing work on the Hoan Bridge, Alderman Robert Bauman has sent a letter to Governor Scott Walker urging the Governor to intervene.
News conference about the problem tomorrow at City Hall
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