Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding the death of a City of Milwaukee Department of Neighborhood Services employee
"I have met with his family and told them the entire City shares their sadness. "
“This afternoon I was notified that a Department of Neighborhood Services special enforcement inspector was killed during his work day.
“I’m enormously saddened and angered beyond words. This public servant dedicated his career to the City and its people. He was admired by his colleagues, promoted by his superiors and respected by everyone he came in contact with.
“I have met with his family and told them the entire City shares their sadness.
“I have had discussions with the police chief about the department’s investigation. They share my sense of urgency in solving this case.
“This is devastating news for his family, friends and coworkers. My thoughts are with all of them.”
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