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Supervisor Taylor Re-appointed to the Milwaukee County Commission on Aging

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously today to re-appoint Supervisor Steve F. Taylor to the Milwaukee County Commission.

By - Jun 26th, 2014 11:17 am

Milwaukee, WI The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously today to re-appoint Supervisor Steve F. Taylor to the Milwaukee County Commission on Aging. Taylor’s service on the commission will expire on January 31, 2017.

“I am truly honored to be re-appointed to this important body.  During my service on the Commission I have had the privilege to experience first-hand the important role the Department on Aging does in improving the lives of Milwaukee County seniors.  More importantly, I had the opportunity to directly help this significant effort,” Taylor said.

The Commission on Aging is a governing and policy-making body within Milwaukee County’s Department on Aging, serving as the Commission’s administrative arm. The Commission on Aging currently has four standing committees and an Advisory Council.

Appointed Commissioners are responsible for developing and implementing a coordinated human service system of community-based services for Milwaukee County residents aged 60 and older.

“Milwaukee County seniors deserve nothing but the best and I am happy to continue working hard on their behalf,” Taylor said.

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