Joe Sanfelippo is a member of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors.
Articles Referencing Joe Sanfelippo
Jan 21st, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
City Attorney’s legal opinion helps clarify things, but it’s still a contentious issue.
Dec 18th, 2013 by Michael Horne
Politicos flock to Jon Richards fundraiser, and judicial candidate Janet C. Protasiewicz's event.
Oct 17th, 2013 by Bruce Murphy
Reacting to a smelly deal involving one school building, legislators are pushing a badly-flawed bill that worsens the problem.
Aug 26th, 2013 by Steven Walters
Party leaders let them sponsor high-profile bills likely to win votes.
Apr 30th, 2013 by Bruce Murphy
Why is Rep. Joe Sanfelippo the registered agent for all of his brother’s many companies?
Apr 23rd, 2013 by Bruce Murphy
How a city permit system enabled a cartel to dominate the taxicab business, stifling competition and providing poor service.
Press Releases Referencing Joe Sanfelippo
Feb 20th, 2014 by Robert Bauman
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.
Supervisor Taylor Welcomes State Bill Concerning County Mental Health Care Changes But Believes it Does Not Go Far EnoughFeb 13th, 2014 by Steve Taylor
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 5th, 2014 by Patricia Jursik
Jursik Says Shoreline Bill Washes Out Trustee Duty to Protect Public Access
Feb 3rd, 2014 by Michael Mayo
Says Legislation Could Reduce Accountability, Looks Like More of the Same; He Questions How It Will Help Patients
Oct 9th, 2013 by Ashanti Hamilton
Statement of Alderman Ashanti Hamilton October 9, 2013
May 8th, 2013 by Chris Abele
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele thanks the Wisconsin Assembly for approving the Milwaukee County reform bill.