Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
Press Release

Supervisors Invite Residents to “Tri-District” Budget Listening Session

Session includes 2nd, 5th and 10th Districts

By - Oct 23rd, 2012 07:45 am

Milwaukee – Milwaukee County Supervisors Nikiya Q. Harris, Russell W. Stamper II, and David Bowen are inviting residents of Districts 2, 5 and 10 to join them for a “Tri-District” Budget Listening Session at the Washington Park Senior Center, 4420 W. Vliet St., on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 from 6 to 8 p.m.

“Hosting a budget listening session in a central location, such as Washington Park, offers constituents another opportunity to share their concerns prior to the budget adoption,” said District 5 Supervisor Stamper.

District 10 Supervisor Bowen echoed the sentiment, adding, “I welcome this opportunity to give people who could not attend my town hall sessions another chance for their voices to be heard.”

Supervisor Harris, District 2, said, “Hearing the concerns of District 2 residents is a top priority of mine, and I’m pleased to host this ‘Tri-District’ Budget Listening Session with my colleagues and to hear the concerns of neighboring districts.”

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to convene on Monday, November 5th to decide how they will revise the County Executive’s 2013 Recommended Budget.

“Tri-District” Budget Listening Session
Location: Washington Park Senior Center, 4420 W. Vliet St.
Date: Wednesday, October 31st
Time: 6 to 8 p.m.

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