2020 Budget Benefits County’s South Shore
"Despite the limits on our revenue and overall reduction in spending, there are several bright spots in the 2020 budget that South Shore that residents can look forward to."
MILWAUKEE – Supervisor Steve Shea lauded the benefits that Milwaukee County’s 2020 adopted budget will bring to the South Shore in a statement released today.
“As Milwaukee County’s structural deficit grows we are forced to do more with less every year. Despite the limits on our revenue and overall reduction in spending, there are several bright spots in the 2020 budget that South Shore that residents can look forward to. Transit service will be maintained for residents who depend on Milwaukee County Transit System‘s routes 48, 52, 55 and 80, seniors who use the Kelly Senior Center will be happy to know we are investing $250,000 for a new boiler, outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate a resurfaced parking lot at Grant Park, and I’m very happy to report that Grobschmidt Pool will remain open for the 2020 season,” said Supervisor Shea.
Supervisor Shea represents the communities of St. Francis, Cudahy, South Milwaukee, and portions of Oak Creek on the Board of Supervisors.
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