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David Cullen

David A. Cullen, Milwaukee County Treasurer. Former member of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. He was formerly a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.

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Eyes on Milwaukee: Should County Operate Streetcar?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Should County Operate Streetcar?

Board members push -- belatedly -- for county transit to operate streetcar.

Cullen Improves County’s Collection of Delinquent Property Taxes
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Cullen Improves County’s Collection of Delinquent Property Taxes

"...it has always been my goal to look at new ways to protect the taxpayers' hard earned money."

County panel delays Park East land sale to Bucks development group

Contribution to David Crowley of $100

County panel delays Park East land sale to Bucks development group
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County panel delays Park East land sale to Bucks development group

Milwaukee County Treasurer Caught Cheating in Son’s Election
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Milwaukee County Treasurer Caught Cheating in Son’s Election

This is not just a matter of someone using someone else’s signs.

Plenty of Horne: Crowd Celebrates City Birthday Party
Plenty of Horne

Crowd Celebrates City Birthday Party

Politicians, PR people and other notables schmoozed away. The best rumor was that Chief Flynn might be retiring.

Sup. Taylor Announces Passage of UW-Extension, Wehr, Hales Corners Park Pavilion and Pool Amendments
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Sup. Taylor Announces Passage of UW-Extension, Wehr, Hales Corners Park Pavilion and Pool Amendments

Supervisor Steve F. Taylor announces passage of amendments that continues contract with UW-Extension and funds major capital improvements at Hales Corners Park Pavilion and Pool.

Finance, Personnel and Audit Committee Welcomes Public Input as it Begins Budget Review
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Finance, Personnel and Audit Committee Welcomes Public Input as it Begins Budget Review

Announces Public Hearing on October 20 at Milwaukee School of Languages

Murphy’s Law: The Sheer Ambition of Marina Dimitrijevic
Murphy’s Law

The Sheer Ambition of Marina Dimitrijevic

She’s running for assembly but wanted to continue as county supervisor and collect two full-time salaries.

Plenty of Horne: Campaign Season Kicks Off
Plenty of Horne

Campaign Season Kicks Off

Politicos flock to Jon Richards fundraiser, and judicial candidate Janet C. Protasiewicz's event.

Murphy’s Law: The Nuclear Option
Murphy’s Law

The Nuclear Option

Supervisors nuke Chris Abele’s staff salaries. Will this hurt the county?

Plenty of Horne: 5 Candidates Running for Jeff Stone’s Assembly Seat
Plenty of Horne

5 Candidates Running for Jeff Stone’s Assembly Seat

Four Republicans and one Democrat seek to win this heavily Republican suburban district.

Call for New Leadership: Chairman Cullen
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Call for New Leadership: Chairman Cullen

County Supervisor Deanna Alexander in calling on Supervisor David Cullen to step down from his position as Chairman of the Committee on Finance, Audit, and Personnel.

Statement of Supervisor David Cullen, Co-Chairman, Finance, Personnel and Audit Committee, on Recent News Reports of Negotiations With AFSCME District Council 48
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Statement of Supervisor David Cullen, Co-Chairman, Finance, Personnel and Audit Committee, on Recent News Reports of Negotiations With AFSCME District Council 48

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: We are not negotiating with AFSCME, we have not negotiated with AFSCME. We are and have been complying with Act 10.

Intergovernmental Relations Committee to Hold Public Hearing on Local Reform Measures
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Intergovernmental Relations Committee to Hold Public Hearing on Local Reform Measures

Public hearing will allow Milwaukee County residents an opportunity to speak out on County governance reforms

Supervisor David Cullen Calls for Audit of Paratransit Contract
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Supervisor David Cullen Calls for Audit of Paratransit Contract

Audit to Evaluate the Fiscal Impact of Emergency Paratransit contract

Murphy’s Law: The Return of Sue Black
Murphy’s Law

The Return of Sue Black

How she got the new job. And will she run against Chris Abele?

Unanimously Approved Audit Plan Has Major Flaws
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Unanimously Approved Audit Plan Has Major Flaws

Comprehensive performance plan carelessly tossed aside

Murphy’s Law: Biggest Taxer in Town
Murphy’s Law

Biggest Taxer in Town

Over the last five years property taxes have been driven by just one of the five local taxing units: Milwaukee Public Schools.

Results from Today’s Milwaukee County Board Meeting
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Results from Today’s Milwaukee County Board Meeting

A summary of items passed at the county board meeting.

County Board 2013 Budget Blast: Nov. 5, 2012
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County Board 2013 Budget Blast: Nov. 5, 2012

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors, under the leadership of Chairwoman Marina Dimitrijevic, has adopted the 2013 Budget today.

County Board 2013 Budget Blast: October 31, 2012
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County Board 2013 Budget Blast: October 31, 2012

The Milwaukee County Board’s Finance, Personnel & Audit Committee is holding a series of budget hearings throughout October on the County Executive’s 2013 Recommended Budget.

County Board 2013 Budget Blast: October 25, 2012
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County Board 2013 Budget Blast: October 25, 2012

The Milwaukee County Board’s Finance, Personnel & Audit Committee is holding a series of budget hearings throughout October on the County Executive’s 2013 Recommended Budget.

County Board Committee Passes Fair Budget With Balance on Vote of 8-1
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County Board Committee Passes Fair Budget With Balance on Vote of 8-1

Public safety, economic development and Parks enhancement highlight budget that heads to public hearing at the Marcus Center on Oct. 29

County Board Refuses To Put Price Tag on Public Safety
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County Board Refuses To Put Price Tag on Public Safety

Committee votes to invest in protection of Milwaukee County residents

County Board Budget Blast: October 24, 2012
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County Board Budget Blast: October 24, 2012

The Milwaukee County Board’s Finance, Personnel & Audit Committee is holding a series of budget hearings throughout October on the County Executive’s 2013 Recommended Budget.

The Chatter: Will Abele Run for Mayor?
The Chatter

Will Abele Run for Mayor?

That's one way to consolidate city and county government, by grabbing both executive positions.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Taxi Cabs, Elections, and More
Eyes on Milwaukee

Taxi Cabs, Elections, and More

Welcome to the first weekly installment of Eyes on the Street, a new column running down what's happening in urban Milwaukee. This week features taxi cabs, election news, a list of openings and closings, and the photo of the week.

Milwaukee Taxi Cab Medallion Bill Passes Assembly

Milwaukee Taxi Cab Medallion Bill Passes Assembly

The City of Milwaukee is working on state legislation to allow the City to profit from the sale of additional taxi cab permits (to be called medallions) and address the perceived shortage of taxi cabs in the city. Currently under Wisconsin law, permit and license fees can not exceed the cost to issue said permits. This gives the Common Council and Mayor little incentive to raise the cap on the number of permits (currently capped at the seemingly random number of 321 since 1992), despite the fact that the permits are changing hands in the private market for between $80,000 to $150,000.

RTA – On Hold For Now

RTA – On Hold For Now

Any hope for a regional transit authority in southeastern Wisconsin is on hold, as the Wisconsin State Legislature adjourned without passing a transit bill of any form for southeast Wisconsin. The bill, AB282, was close to passage in the Assembly, but lacked a few key votes from Milwaukee-area Democrats, notably Representatives David Cullen, Peggy Krusick, and Anthony Staskunas.

RTA Will Be a Last Minute Decision

RTA Will Be a Last Minute Decision

The vote on the future of regional transit that was scheduled for a vote by the Wisconsin State Assembly on Tuesday didn't actually happen, but a lot of small actions leading up to it did.

The Roundup: Plale Recall Drive Begins
The Roundup

Plale Recall Drive Begins

Can a group of south side political activists pull themselves together enough to acquire 13,212 signatures to force a recall election against Sen. Jeff Plale? Rep. Jon Richards said he doubts it. “This thing is going nowhere,” says Rep. Josh Zepnick. “These people are so lazy! They’ve taken out a newspaper ad asking people to […]