Supervisor Steve F. Taylor Named Chairman of Econmoic and Community Development Committee
New Chairman Says Economic Development is a Key to Quality of Life in Milwaukee County
“Economic development is one of the crucial issues facing Milwaukee County,” Taylor said. “We need to create jobs and provide economic opportunities for all County residents. As Chairman of the committee, I want to help develop policies that will make Milwaukee County more business-friendly. One of the best ways to improve the lives of those in our community is to bring business to the County while creating jobs that can support families.
“I am committed to the idea that economic development is a key to the quality of life in Milwaukee County. As Chairman of the committee, I will work to initiate and implement policies that benefit our economy and create jobs. I look forward to working with my colleagues on the committee and on the County Board to create those kinds of policies. I want to make Milwaukee County a business-friendly environment that will generate economic growth in the community.”
Taylor was elected to the County Board in April, 2012 to represent the 9th District, which includes Hales Corners and parts of Franklin and Oak Creek. He has served on the Economic and Community Development Committee as well as the Parks, Energy and Environment Committee and the Transportation, Public Works and Transit Committee since he was elected.
Press Releases by Steve Taylor
"The resolution is a grab bag of liberal causes that have nothing to do with the business of Milwaukee County."
"President Trump has only been in office for a few days and we need to give him a chance to bring the country together before launching into attacks on him."
Judiciary Committee Approves Supervisor Taylor’s Resolution to Implement Legal Custody and Physical Placement Study ServicesOct 20th, 2016 by Steve Taylor
“This will go a long way in helping families, especially children, avoid long and drawn out cases.”
“I also encourage County Executive Chris Abele, who attended today’s meeting, to work with the County Board to help solve this County’s problems locally instead of running to Madison to consolidate his power.”
Milwaukee County’s next required redistricting process will occur in 2020, following the federal decennial census.
“This decision flies in the face of the principles of the good stewardship of taxpayer dollars.”