Statement from Alderman Terry L. Witkowski June 19, 2015
My thoughts are with the Wauwatosa police detective who was shot this morning on Milwaukee’s northwest side.
My thoughts are with the Wauwatosa police detective who was shot this morning on Milwaukee’s northwest side. I offer my prayers and support to the detective and his family, and I know that our citizens and the entire Milwaukee Police Department are also wishing him a speedy recovery.
As the retired City of Milwaukee Safety Director and chair of the Common Council’s Public Safety Committee, I am well aware of the sacrifice and dedication of our men and women of law enforcement. They are sworn to protect us under the most dangerous and sometimes deadly circumstances imaginable, and today’s shooting reminds us of that fact.
I ask anyone who might have information about the shooting or the suspect to please call 9-1-1.
Press Releases by Terry Witkowski
“We are talking about landlords who own properties in some of Milwaukee’s most vulnerable neighborhoods, and they have been gaming the system”
Since 1989, budget cuts have reduced the number of city employees from more than 11,000 to fewer than 7,000.
“I am excited to welcome this showing of our community’s creativity to the Garden District”
“In times past it was common to hear live music emanating from porches, yards and street corners”
National Night Out invitation from Alderman Terry L. Witkowski
For city property owners, the total cost on their tax bill is estimated to be 47 cents per $1,000 of assessed value each year from 2017 to 2021.