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City of Milwaukee Assistant City Attorney.

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Milwaukee Allows Salons, Barbershops To Reopen

Milwaukee Allows Salons, Barbershops To Reopen

New order is similar to the order issued by Milwaukee suburbs Wednesday night.

Suburban “Safer at Home Orders” Are Less Restrictive Than Milwaukee’s

Suburban “Safer at Home Orders” Are Less Restrictive Than Milwaukee’s

Wisconsin becomes patchwork quilt of health orders.

City Accepts Ballots Without Clear Postmarks

City Accepts Ballots Without Clear Postmarks

390 of 11,141 ballots received after election day had missing or illegible post marks.

City Hall: City’s Permit Could Charge Summerfest
City Hall

City’s Permit Could Charge Summerfest

Revised special events permit could charge festival full price of police security.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Is There A Plan To Prevent New Tent City?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Is There A Plan To Prevent New Tent City?

City officials worry. If no plan, should state build a campground under highway?

Transportation: Delivery Tax Isn’t Legal, Says City Attorney
Transportation

Delivery Tax Isn’t Legal, Says City Attorney

But Lena Taylor disagrees. Is 60 cent fee on food deliveries a tax or a fee?

City Hall: City Targets Scam Artists and Slumlords
City Hall

City Targets Scam Artists and Slumlords

Fines doubled to ensure city-repaired bargain homes aren't turned into rentals.

Announcement by Milwaukee City Attorney Grant F. Langley
Press Release

Announcement by Milwaukee City Attorney Grant F. Langley

Langley leads an office of 38 attorneys who perform all the legal work for the City of Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Board of School Directors and the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Moves to Close Slumlord Loophole
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Moves to Close Slumlord Loophole

Low-price city homes for "owner occupants" who turn them into rental properties creates call for reform.

The City of Milwaukee Agrees To Settle Lawsuit Against Bird
Press Release

The City of Milwaukee Agrees To Settle Lawsuit Against Bird

Focus Shifts to Ushering in New Mobility Options Such as E-Scooters to the City

Cities Changing Sex Offender Residency Rules

Cities Changing Sex Offender Residency Rules

Milwaukee, Brookfield, West Allis, others expanding areas where offenders can live.

City Hall: Police Can Soon Seize Scooters
City Hall

Police Can Soon Seize Scooters

Effective August 4. Now up to Legislature to change state law and make scooters legal.

City Hall: City Will Impound, Yet Legalize Scooters
City Hall

City Will Impound, Yet Legalize Scooters

New plan allows city to impound scooters until state law makes them legal.

City Hall: Zielinski Backs Scooter Operator Bird
City Hall

Zielinski Backs Scooter Operator Bird

Alderman wants city lobbyists to push for state legislation to legalize scooters.

City Hall: City Moves to Impound Bird Scooters
City Hall

City Moves to Impound Bird Scooters

With no authority to legalize scooters, city officials move to get them off the streets.

City Hall: City Sues Scooter Operator Bird
City Hall

City Sues Scooter Operator Bird

First courthouse showdown is scheduled for Friday the 13th.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Dockless Scooters Are Illegal
Eyes on Milwaukee

Dockless Scooters Are Illegal

City Attorney's office warns owner to cease operations on city streets, riders could face $98 fine.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Downtown Strip Club Approved
Eyes on Milwaukee

Downtown Strip Club Approved

Lawsuit settled. "Everyone and their brother" can now open a club.

Musical chairs starting again at Milwaukee County Circuit Court

Contribution to Jose G. Perez of $20

Musical chairs starting again at Milwaukee County Circuit Court
Citation

Musical chairs starting again at Milwaukee County Circuit Court

City ordered to pay strip club’s legal fees
MKE judge says he won’t seek re-election, will retire in 2016
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MKE judge says he won’t seek re-election, will retire in 2016

Plenty of Horne: The City’s Illegal Entertainers
Plenty of Horne

The City’s Illegal Entertainers

Until recently, Radio Milwaukee held live events with no city permit. Colectivo's live entertainment offerings at its Prospect Ave. location are still illegal.

Murphy’s Law: Everybody Wants to Drive A Cab
Murphy’s Law

Everybody Wants to Drive A Cab

The city has 1,706 applications for 100 cab licenses. Milwaukee is suddenly becoming far more cab-friendly.

Murphy’s Law: The Long Arms of Uber
Murphy’s Law

The Long Arms of Uber

The upstart ride service company could replace cab companies across the globe, some predict. How will it change our city?