Statement from Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele
Statement from Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele on State Sentator Larson’s announcement of candidacy for County Executive.
“I welcome State Senator Larson’s decision to run for County Executive.
I’m a firm believer more democracy and people engaging in our government is a good thing. I look forward to the added opportunity to talk with voters about how we’re turning the corner in Milwaukee County and getting our fiscal house in order after years of uncertainty and mismanagement prior to my taking office.
The budget I have just given to my partners, the County Board, reflects how in five years we have gone from questions about the County’s existence to being able to craft a fiscally responsible budget that creates economic opportunity, expands services, and rewards the hard work of our employees without raising taxes. Looking to the future I am more confident than ever our budgets will continue these investments and address some of the most difficult issues in our community.”
Press Releases by Chris Abele
In a series of interviews spanning several months, Buzzfeed documented the work of Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division clinicians Tai Hooper and Hendriel Anderson.
Here is a run-down of the top 10 accomplishments we want you to know about from 2016.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, State Rep. David Crowley to Host Community Input Session on County Office on African American AffairsJan 27th, 2017 by Chris Abele
This community input session will take place at the COA Goldin Center 2320 W. Burleigh St.
..."I’m concerned that this legislation as crafted could hinder the successful training programs that the building and construction trades are providing the labor force in our region."
The campaign is in its second year in Milwaukee County and is part of National Drug and Alcohol Fact Week .
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Convenes Community Leaders on Office on African American AffairsJan 23rd, 2017 by Chris Abele
Ralph Hollmon to Spearhead Group’s Discussions on OAAA Hiring and Community Engagement