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Russell Stamper Sr.

Father of Russell W. Stamper II. Former reserve jurist for Milwaukee County. Resident of Brown Deer.

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Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Arena Design Approved
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Arena Design Approved

There were few objections other than by Ald. Kovac. Arena on track for June 18th groundbreaking.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Hall’s Game of Thrones
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Hall’s Game of Thrones

Hail Ashanti! Ald. Hamilton's route to the Iron Throne laid bare.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Meet the New Boss
Eyes on Milwaukee

Meet the New Boss

Ashanti Hamilton is new Common Council president, but how did he get the votes?

Murphy’s Law: Where City’s Crime is Rising

Contribution to Russell W. Stamper, II of $200

Murphy’s Law: Where City’s Crime is Rising
Murphy’s Law

Where City’s Crime is Rising

The biggest hike is in Ald. Donovan’s district. No wonder that’s his major issue.

Critics Demand Federal Probe of Police Department

Critics Demand Federal Probe of Police Department

Huge turnout at listening session, many call for civil rights investigation of MPD's "patterns and practices."

Milwaukee Leaders Endorse Johnny Thomas for City Comptroller

Contribution to Khalif Rainey of $400

Milwaukee Leaders Endorse Johnny Thomas for City Comptroller
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Milwaukee Leaders Endorse Johnny Thomas for City Comptroller

“Johnny Thomas is the person that we need to be our next Milwaukee City Comptroller,” said Alderman Willie Wade.

Mr. Dye’s Pies opens retail store on North Avenue in Washington Heights
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Mr. Dye’s Pies opens retail store on North Avenue in Washington Heights

Offerings include key-lime, sweet potato, pecan and Mr. Dye’s Pies’ signature Purple Monster pies.

New North Side MATC Campus Needed?

New North Side MATC Campus Needed?

Investors who purchased old Sears building on North Ave. are pursuing idea.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Milwaukee Streetcar Approved

Contribution to Khalif Rainey of $50

Eyes on Milwaukee: Milwaukee Streetcar Approved

Contribution to Nik Kovac of $50

Eyes on Milwaukee: Milwaukee Streetcar Approved
Eyes on Milwaukee

Milwaukee Streetcar Approved

After years of debate, streetcar will finally move forward. Final engineering will begin immediately, and construction by the end of the year.

Shepherd Express Endorses Charlie Fox for 5th District Supervisor
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Shepherd Express Endorses Charlie Fox for 5th District Supervisor

The Shepherd Express today announced its endorsement of Charlie Fox for 5th District County Board Supervisor.

House Confidential: County Supervisor Candidate Charlie Fox’s Historic Home
House Confidential

County Supervisor Candidate Charlie Fox’s Historic Home

If Fox is to become the model for future supervisors of a "gentleman politician," he has the perfectly pedigreed home to go with such a title.

Clean Wisconsin Action Fund Endorses Charlie Fox for 5th District Supervisor
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Clean Wisconsin Action Fund Endorses Charlie Fox for 5th District Supervisor

The Clean Wisconsin Action Fund officially announced their endorsement of Charlie Fox for Milwaukee County Board Supervisor District 5.

Charlie Fox Comments on County Executive’s Budget in Absence of District Supervisor
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Charlie Fox Comments on County Executive’s Budget in Absence of District Supervisor

Charlie Fox, candidate in the November 4 Special Election for the open 5th District Milwaukee County Board seat, attended County Executive Abele’s 2015 budget presentation.

Charlie Fox Statement on the Future of Milwaukee County’s City Campus
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Charlie Fox Statement on the Future of Milwaukee County’s City Campus

“We must take our time and plan the future of City Campus carefully with input from all stakeholders."

Charlie Fox Announces Campaign for 5th District County Board Supervisor
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Charlie Fox Announces Campaign for 5th District County Board Supervisor

"I believe the County Board should be a catalyst for progress and change, despite its obvious headwinds."

Plenty of Horne: Royal Right Wing Renovation
Plenty of Horne

Royal Right Wing Renovation

Bradley Foundation's third 19th century building, the Bloodgood Residence, will be renovated. And three candidates announce for open county supervisor seat.

Council will honor former officer severely wounded in 2009 shooting
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Council will honor former officer severely wounded in 2009 shooting

News release from the Common Council

House Confidential: Eyon Biddle’s Rescued Rental
House Confidential

Eyon Biddle’s Rescued Rental

The candidate for alderman lives in Triangle North neighborhood, on a block rescued by investor Yusuf Dahl.

Supervisor Russell Stamper II Says Potholes Must Be a Priority
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Supervisor Russell Stamper II Says Potholes Must Be a Priority

Says He is Pleased with City of Milwaukee Initiative to Fill Holes, Create Jobs

Supervisor Russell Stamper II Says Safety in Milwaukee County Parks Must be a Priority
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Supervisor Russell Stamper II Says Safety in Milwaukee County Parks Must be a Priority

Supervisor Says Local Law Enforcement Ready for Summer Season

Legal opinion: City cannot delegate regulation of taxicabs to county
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Legal opinion: City cannot delegate regulation of taxicabs to county

The City of Milwaukee may not legally delegate its authority to regulate and license taxicabs and taxicab operators to Milwaukee County, according to an opinion released this week by the Office of City Attorney Grant F. Langley.

Supervisor Bowen Announces Series of Town Hall Meetings
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Supervisor Bowen Announces Series of Town Hall Meetings

Residents Invited to Speak About Milwaukee County Budget, Other Issues

Milwaukee Moves Closer to a Competitive Taxi Cab Market
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Milwaukee Moves Closer to a Competitive Taxi Cab Market

Transit Committee Approves Measure to Allow County to Negotiate an Intergovernmental Agreement Between the City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County for Operation and Regulation of Taxicab Service

Supervisor Russell Stamper II Calls for More New Socks for Families
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Supervisor Russell Stamper II Calls for More New Socks for Families

Second Annual Socks Drive to Benefit Milwaukee County Adults and Children

Milwaukee County Supervisors Weishan and Stamper Propose County Take-over of Regulation of Taxicab Service
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Milwaukee County Supervisors Weishan and Stamper Propose County Take-over of Regulation of Taxicab Service

Draft Measure Designed to Lower Costs, Increase Service, Especially in Under-Served Areas

First “Uptown Community Garden of Peace Picnic”
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First “Uptown Community Garden of Peace Picnic”

Supervisor Stamper Joining Effort to Plant Positive Seeds in Community Garden

Supervisors Bowen, Rainey, Stamper Statement on Dismissal of Corporation Counsel
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Supervisors Bowen, Rainey, Stamper Statement on Dismissal of Corporation Counsel

Three Milwaukee County Supervisors said today that they voted for the dismissal of Corporation Counsel because the Board has lost confidence in her ability to perform neutrally and serve Milwaukee County with appropriate and independent legal counsel.

Milwaukee County Supervisor Stamper, Milwaukee Alderman Hines Issue Statements on Fatal Shooting in Washington Park
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Milwaukee County Supervisor Stamper, Milwaukee Alderman Hines Issue Statements on Fatal Shooting in Washington Park

I am deeply saddened by yesterday’s tragic event and send my condolences to the family of 17- year- old Daniel Gardner.

Murphy’s Law: Hines Would Reduce Fire & Police Commission Power
Murphy’s Law

Hines Would Reduce Fire & Police Commission Power

Council appears to back radical change, Barrett seems lukewarm.

County Supervisors, Others to Call for End to Poverty Wages for Janitors
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County Supervisors, Others to Call for End to Poverty Wages for Janitors

Contract for cleaning county buildings spurs concerns that public dollars fund family-sustaining jobs

LEAP summer youth work program sees first graduating class
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LEAP summer youth work program sees first graduating class

Successful inaugural session of new program yields 17 young leaders; Alderman Willie Wade points to brighter future