Oct 11th, 2012 by Tony Zielinski
The full Milwaukee Common Council will vote October 16, 2012 on a proposal that would require the City of Milwaukee to purchase certain Milwaukee-made goods.
Oct 11th, 2012 by Public Policy Forum
Report cites continued steps toward financial stability but warns of big hurdles remaining.
Oct 11th, 2012 by Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance
New Census Figures Point to Federal Stimulus, State Tax Hikes, Medicaid as Reasons
Oct 9th, 2012 by Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance
Property, Not Income, Tax Largest Business Tax
Oct 2nd, 2012 by Patricia Jursik
October e-newsletter from Supervisor Patricia Jursik.
Sep 27th, 2012 by Milwaukee Common Council
Today, Mayor Tom Barrett delivered a 2013 proposed executive budget to the Milwaukee Common Council that provides some relief to property taxpayers, includes no employee layoffs and maintains police staffing, but also includes an agreement to have the city absorb police patrols in parks and 911 communications duties from the county.
Sep 27th, 2012 by Mayor Tom Barrett
Homeowners Will See Services Maintained with Taxes and Fees Steady
Sep 26th, 2012 by Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance
Taxes as Percent of Income Rise to 11.7%, Rank Unchanged
Sep 20th, 2012 by Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance
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Sep 18th, 2012 by Bob Donovan
Alderman Bob Donovan will introduce an item for immediate adoption at Tuesday’s full Common Council meeting that (if approved) would require city employees to cease and desist from performing any tasks related to the downtown streetcar project until a majority of Milwaukee voters approve a referendum question asking whether they support construction of the massive public project.
Sep 17th, 2012 by CRG Network
CRG Network is proud to announce that Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch will join U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, Wall Street Journal and Fox News Economist Stephen Moore, and Heartland Institute Joseph Bast at the “We Did Build It!” event.
Sep 14th, 2012 by Michael Murphy
In my view, I do not see this move as a flip flop on the part of the Governor .