Ald. Russell Stamper, II
Press Release

Milwaukee launching Neighborhood Improvement Job Opportunities Program

Program will make it easier for local contractors and community-based organizations to obtain contracts with the city.

By - Mar 29th, 2017 02:49 pm

In an effort to create job opportunities for Milwaukee residents to maintain neighborhood properties, the Neighborhood Improvement Jobs Opportunity Program will make it easier for local contractors and community-based organizations to obtain contracts with the city, Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II said.

Local contractors and organizations that are interested in contract work maintaining neighborhood properties must attend an information session on Wednesday, April 5 at the Center Street Library branch, 2727 W. Fond du Lac Ave.

“Cutting grass and shoveling sidewalks at properties where help is needed is an excellent opportunity for local entrepreneurs and nonprofits to grow their businesses and their workforces,” Alderman Stamper said. “But when these smaller groups attempted to obtain contracts for this work from the city, they would get bogged down in a complicated bidding process that favors big corporations with RFP experience.”

So, in order to make such opportunities more accessible to those in need of employment, Alderman Stamper said he worked with city departments to create a fixed-price contract system. Qualifying participants must be registered and incorporated in the State of Wisconsin, maintain a principal office in the City of Milwaukee, procure a minimum amount of insurance and attend an information session.

“As participants demonstrate they are able to uphold their end of the contracts, they can qualify for additional work with the city,” Alderman Stamper said. “This is a big step toward putting Milwaukee residents back to work, and I’m especially grateful to the city’s Forestry Division for their help in creating these new opportunities.”

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