Joe Sanfelippo (Rep.), 15th Assembly District
Born Milwaukee February 26, 1964; married; 3 children. Graduate Thomas More H.S. 1982; attended Marquette U. 1982-84. Small businessman; currently operates a small Christmas tree farm. Owned and operated a landscaping business for 20 years. Member: Mary Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, West Allis and St. John the Evangelist Parish, Greenfield. Milwaukee County Bd. of Supervisors 2008-12.
Elected to Assembly 2012; reelected 2014. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Health (chp., mbr. 2013); Campaigns and Elections; Financial Institutions; Mental Health Reform; Transportation (also 2013). 2013 — Housing and Real Estate (vice chp.); Jobs, Economy and Mining; Urban Education; Speaker’s Task Force on Mental Health.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-0620; (888) 534-0015 (toll free).
Voting address: 20770 West Coffee Road, New Berlin 53146.
Mailing address: Room 306 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Joe Sanfelippo
Thanks Senator Stroebel and Representative Sanfelippo For Their LeadershipSep 24th, 2015 by AFP Wisconsin
Cheema, Malik and IJ have asked the court to dismiss the cab companies’ lawsuit.Apr 15th, 2015 by Institute for Justice
"This is like Russian Roulette," said a taxicab driver.Mar 11th, 2015 by Deanna Alexander
Legislators' comments show lack of awareness of factsSep 26th, 2014 by Milwaukee Public Schools
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele thanks Governor Scott Walker for signing a bill today that will create an independent board of experts to oversee Milwaukee County’s Behavioral Health Hospital.Apr 8th, 2014 by Chris Abele
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.Feb 20th, 2014 by Robert Bauman
Supervisor Taylor Welcomes State Bill Concerning County Mental Health Care Changes But Believes it Does Not Go Far Enough
Milwaukee, WI – Milwaukee County Supervisor Steve F. Taylor today expressed his support for a measure before the State Legislature concerning the restructuring of the Milwaukee County mental health care system but believes that the bill does not go far enough. The bill takes away the oversight role from the Milwaukee County Board and transfers […]Feb 13th, 2014 by Steve Taylor
Says Legislation Could Reduce Accountability, Looks Like More of the Same; He Questions How It Will Help PatientsFeb 3rd, 2014 by Michael Mayo
Statement of Alderman Ashanti Hamilton October 9, 2013Oct 9th, 2013 by Ashanti Hamilton
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele thanks the Wisconsin Assembly for approving the Milwaukee County reform bill.May 8th, 2013 by Chris Abele
$2.75 Million Cut to Board BudgetApr 18th, 2013 by Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
Meeting nearly derailed by non-resident activistsMar 20th, 2013 by Deanna Alexander
Following the introduction of LRB 1340/2 in the State Legislature, a bill that aims at reforming Milwaukee County government, Supervisor Taylor issued the following statement.Feb 19th, 2013 by Steve Taylor
Supervisors David Bowen, District 10, and Russell W. Stamper II, District 5, have issued statements in response to claims by Supervisor Deanna Alexander that elected officials meddled in the affairs of the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner and led to the resignation of Christopher Poulus.Feb 14th, 2013 by Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
Two-Thirds board vote required before proposal can even be heard.Feb 6th, 2013 by Deanna Alexander
Reform would protect critical quality of life services, empower citizen legislators and give voters a direct voice in how they wish to be represented.Jan 11th, 2013 by Greater Milwaukee Committee
A summary of items passed at the county board meeting.Dec 20th, 2012 by Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
An Open Letter to Media and Residents of Milwaukee County from Milwaukee County Supervisor Joe SanfelippoDec 11th, 2012 by Joe Sanfelippo
“Chats” set for Whitefish Bay, South Milwaukee, West Milwaukee, Greenfield, Greendale, Hales Corners and BaysideNov 29th, 2012 by Jeramey Jannene
A summary of items passed at the county board meeting.Nov 1st, 2012 by Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
Proposed 44-floor building for lakefront stays on trackJul 26th, 2012 by Jeramey Jannene
For over a year business owners, property owners, and residents in Walker's Point have worked to have S. 2nd Street rebuilt with people in mind. The plan, as UrbanMilwaukee.com has covered in past, includes narrowing the street from 58 feet to 50 feet, removing travel lanes, and adding bike lanes, street trees, and new lighting with the goal of creating a street conducive to multiple modes of transportation, be it walking, biking, or driving.Dec 10th, 2009 by Dave Reid
The Milwaukee County Board's Transportation, Public Works, and Transit Committee, chaired by Supervisor Michael Mayo, held a meeting on Wednesday morning to discuss the recommendations approved by the Southeast Wisconsin Regional Transit Authority. Julia Taylor, the Governor's Appointee on the RTA, was on hand to answer questions along with Carl Mueller, the RTA's PR consultant, and Ken Yunker, who has worked closely with the RTA in his role at SEWRPC.Dec 4th, 2008 by Jeramey Jannene