Milwaukee County Supervisor David Bowen To Hold News Conference on Living Wage Monday, December 16th at 9Dec 16th, 2013 by State Rep. David Bowen
Supervisor David Bowen, with other members of the County Board and community, will hold a news conference on living wage at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, December 16, in the rotunda of the Milwaukee County Courthouse
Dec 13th, 2013 by Patricia Jursik
Hopes for More Dialogue With Southridge Mall over Misplaced Bus Stop
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen Issues Formal Opinion Concerning Milwaukee County Board Confirmations of County Executive AppointmentsDec 12th, 2013 by J.B. Van Hollen
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen today issued a formal opinion to Milwaukee County Deputy Corporation Counsel Mark Grady.
Dec 12th, 2013 by Ald. Bob Donovan
Statement from Alderman Bob Donovan December 12, 2013
Dec 11th, 2013 by State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff
New Leadership for a New Milwaukee
Dec 10th, 2013 by Dan Adams
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele proudly announced his support for former prosecutor Dan Adams’ bid for Wisconsin’s 19th Assembly District.
Dec 6th, 2013 by Ald. Michael Murphy
Significant pension crises in Chicago and Detroit provide an opportunity for the City of Milwaukee to reflect on how it has managed to achieve the top-rated public fund (Pew Charitable Trusts report, dated January 2013) in the U.S., according to Alderman Michael J. Murphy.
Dec 5th, 2013 by J.B. Van Hollen
John Hermes was first elected to the Greendale Village Board in 1998 and is currently serving his third term as village president.
Dec 4th, 2013 by State Rep. Chris Taylor
Today, Republicans rejected an attempt by Assembly Democrats to accept billions of federal dollars to provide health care access for 83,000 Wisconsinites living in poverty.
Dec 3rd, 2013 by Dan Adams
Emphasizes Results over Partisanship; Knowledge Economy
Alderman Donovan to Mayor BarrettDec 3rd, 2013 by Ald. Bob Donovan
Statement from Alderman Bob Donovan December 3, 2013
Nov 26th, 2013 by Institute for Justice
City responds to drivers’ court victory, but keeps unconstitutional cap on cabs. Lottery will determine who gets to go into business.