Mayor Barrett released the following statement regarding the possibility of double-decking Interstate 94 on the west side of Milwaukee:
"I’m mystified as to why the Governor has not taken the Stadium Interchange's double deck option off the table."
“I’m mystified as to why the Governor has not taken the Stadium Interchange’s double deck option off the table. Not only will this option cost exorbitant sums of money, it will have a negative impact on property values and disrupt the lives of Story Hill neighborhood residents. I continue to oppose the double deck option and will continue to pursue all options to prevent its construction.”
Recent Press Releases by Mayor Tom Barrett - Page 2
Intergovernmental Cooperation Council supports Mayor Barrett’s leadership on Employ Milwaukee
Please see the attached letter regarding my support for Foxconn facility’s location in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Mayor Barrett announced $100,000 grant to support inclusion in City contracting
Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Cities Initiative Mayors Mobilize over Great Lakes Restoration and Climate ChangeJun 15th, 2017 by Mayor Tom Barrett
Mayor Barrett remains committed to preserving Great Lakes, promoting sustainability
Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding the passing of Sister Joel Read, former President of Alverno College for 35 yearsMay 26th, 2017 by Mayor Tom Barrett
"She was a saint in the City."
Mayor Barrett, County Executive Abele announce partnership to improve public safety
Mayor Barrett’s effective, strategic fiscal management recognized through Fitch Rating
Denim Day Milwaukee part of international effort to support survivors, challenge myths around sexual assault
Federal support, direct investment needed to replace lead service lines in Milwaukee
Earn & Learn Provides Young Individuals with Job Skills, Work Experience
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding the death of a City of Milwaukee Department of Neighborhood Services employeeMar 22nd, 2017 by Mayor Tom Barrett
"I have met with his family and told them the entire City shares their sadness. "