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Sharon Robinson

Sharon D. Robinson is the head of the City of Milwaukee’s Department of Administration.

Content referencing Sharon Robinson

City Hall: Barrett Offers Upbeat State of City Speech
City Hall

Barrett Offers Upbeat State of City Speech

Mayor touts employers coming to city, The Hop's launch and a friendly governor.

City Launches Children’s Savings Accounts

City Launches Children’s Savings Accounts

City and United Way will start all MPS K-5 students with $25 in a savings account.

City Hall: Mayor Allows Interim Health Leader
City Hall

Mayor Allows Interim Health Leader

Returns file to the council unsigned, opens door to approval of McManus.

City Residents Hiring Program Falls Short

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $400

City Residents Hiring Program Falls Short

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $400

City Residents Hiring Program Falls Short

City Residents Hiring Program Falls Short

Promising effort employs minorities in construction, needs more monitoring and funding.

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

Contribution to Cavalier Johnson of $100

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $100

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

Contribution to Nik Kovac of $100

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

Contribution to Michael Murphy of $100

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $150

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $100

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $400

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

Open Letter to Mayor Barrett Concerning Transit

On Monday, November 10th, your representative to the Regional Transit Authority (RTA), Sharon Robinson, will cast an important vote for the future of transit in our city and region. We write to you to encourage her to vote "yes" to any sales tax funding proposals. While we have recently outlined why we think RTA's are an efficient way to deliver regional services, we have a few more things we think you should consider.

The Roundup: When the Wealthy Serve
The Roundup

When the Wealthy Serve

A Look at the Commerce Secretary’s Statement of Economic Interests

The Roundup: In-House Election Commission Good Idea?
The Roundup

In-House Election Commission Good Idea?

It is more of an internal workgroup,” Pat Curley said.