Events

  • Breaking Ground

    An Introduction to Facility Planning for Nonprofits

    LISC and IFF are pleased to present a seminar on managing facility expansion. This seminar is designed for nonprofit executives, staff and board members. Please share this information with others who might also be interested. This workshop helps participants take a thoughtful approach to facility planning; avoid the pitfalls; and learn from other people’s mistakes. Make smart facility decisions that support your mission. Determine what you can afford and whether it is smarter to buy or lease. Learn strategies to assess if your board and agency are ready to proceed. Date and Location Wednesday, May 18, 2011, 4 – 6 PM IndependenceFirst 540 South 1st Street, Milwaukee Cost and RSVP $20 per person RSVP to Amelia Pena apena@lisc.org or 414-273-1815 x10 Registration Deadline is May 13, 2011

  • Community & Economic Development Committee Meeting

    The Community and Economic Development Committee hears matters relating to community development, block grants, job development, business improvement districts, city public relations, industrial land banks and revenue bonds, emerging business enterprises, recreation, cultural arts and the library system. The Community and Economic Development Committee meetings start at 9:00 a.m. and are held in the Room 301-B, City Hall, unless otherwise noted. Agenda

  • City Plan Commission Meeting

    The City Plan Commission (CPC) is the City’s official planning body established under State statute and is responsible for master planning activities. The CPC advises the Common Council on a variety of land development issues including zoning map changes, revisions in the zoning ordinance, subdivision approvals, business improvement districts, street and alley vacations, public land disposition and acquisition, new streets and the approval of development plans in certain overlay districts. City Plan Commission (CPC) meetings are held in the First Floor Boardroom at the Department of City Development, 809 North Broadway, unless otherwise noted. Agenda

  • Steering & Rules Committee Meeting

    The Steering and Rules committee, which consists of the Council President and the chairs of the other standing committees, formulate polices and rules for the Common Council, oversees charter schools, and considers extraordinary matters affecting multiple committees. Agenda

  • Public Safety Committee Meeting

    The Public Safety Committee is concerned with issues brought forth from the fire, police, health and neighborhood services departments as well as traffic control, emergency medical services and parking. It also licenses alarm businesses and public passenger vehicles and drivers. Agenda

  • Public Works Committee Meeting

    The Public Works Committee is responsible for physical services provided by the city such as street and alley maintenance, waste collection, disposal and recycling, sewer, water and flood control projects, assessments, public buildings, land and waterways. Public Works Committee meetings start at 9:00 a.m. and are held in the Room 301-B, City Hall, unless otherwise noted. Agenda

  • Capital Improvements Committee Budget Hearing

    The Capital Improvement Committee is tasked to develop, maintain, and update a long-term capital improvements program for the City’s construction and maintenance of its infrastructure and facilities. It is made up of the Commissioner of Public Works; the Department of Administration – Budget and Management Director; the Comptroller; the chair of the Public Works Committee; the chair of the Finance and Personnel Committee; the Common Council President; and a public member appointed by the Mayor. All except the public member may name an alternate. The public member is subject to Common Council confirmation to a three-year term. The President of the Common Council names the chair of the committee. Agenda

  • Capital Improvements Committee Budget Hearing

    The Capital Improvement Committee is tasked to develop, maintain, and update a long-term capital improvements program for the City’s construction and maintenance of its infrastructure and facilities. It is made up of the Commissioner of Public Works; the Department of Administration – Budget and Management Director; the Comptroller; the chair of the Public Works Committee; the chair of the Finance and Personnel Committee; the Common Council President; and a public member appointed by the Mayor. All except the public member may name an alternate. The public member is subject to Common Council confirmation to a three-year term. The President of the Common Council names the chair of the committee. Agenda

  • Common Council Meeting

    City Hall 200 East Wells St. Common Council Chambers Milwaukee, WI 53202 Agenda

  • Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting

    The Board of Zoning Appeals (BOZA) is in independent agency authorized to hear appeals in matters relating to all zoning ordinances and to review zoning ordinance interpretations made by the Department of City Development. Because the Board acts somewhat like a court, it is called a quasi-judicial body and is required to follow accepted procedures and to fairly evaluate the relevant facts in each case that comes before it. The Board schedules approximately 15 hearings per year (one every three to four weeks) and hears roughly 700 cases each year. Agenda

  • Milwaukee County

    Committee on Economic and Community Development

    The Milwaukee County Committee on Economic & Community Development oversees the administration of federal, state and local housing programs in the county, including the Urban Community Development Block Grant Program. Matters pertaining to economic development of Milwaukee County, including the best disposition of county properties, are decided by this Committee. It also makes decisions on the Research Park and the Airport Business Park. Meets at 9:00 A.M. on the 2nd Monday before the County Board Meeting in room 203-R of the Milwaukee County Courthouse. Agenda

  • Milwaukee County

    Committee on Parks, Energy and Environment Meeting

    All matters concerning county parks and parkways are the responsibility of this Committee. Members set policy for the parks department, organized recreation, cultural activities, the University Extension program, the Environmental Services Division of the Department of Public Works and Zoo park services. Members have jurisdiction over matters concerning the conservation of all uses of energy and make recommendations relating to conservation of air, water, energy and all other resources. Meets at 9:00 A.M. on the 2nd Tuesday before the County Board Meeting Agenda