February is Black History Month, and Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs invites parents and children to attend the Black History Month Read-In at Martin Luther King Library, 310 W. Locust St. TOMORROW – Wednesday, February 13th from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The Common Council approved a resolution on Tuesday, February 5 directing the Commissioner of the Department of City Development (DCD) to partner with the Department of Neighborhood Services (DNS), Milwaukee Police Department (MPD), and the Office of Violence Prevention to establish a maintenance and security plan for reducing the impact of vacant City-owned homes on neighborhood crime rates.
Event to be held Saturday at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School.
A neighborhood block club, residents and a church were honored during last week’s 6th District town hall meeting (held Thursday, January 17th) by Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs for making the district a great place in which to live, and each was presented with a 2018 Dr. James G. White 6th District Difference Makers Award.
The Common Council approved two resolutions on Jan. 14, 2019 directing the Milwaukee Health Department to put processes in place concerning addressing elevated blood-lead levels, and also developing a plan to distribute water filters to residents at risk for exposure to lead in their drinking and cooking water.
Registration now open for FREE January 26 event.
The Common Council today approved legislation moving the city closer to having an anti-displacement tax fund program that aims to keep longtime residents from being displaced because of the development boom taking place in downtown Milwaukee.
As Council members we’ve had front row seats to witness far too many situations where the law fails to deliver justice.
The award-winning We Got This community beautification and improvement program, created by artist and activist Andre Lee Ellis, will wrap up its fifth season tomorrow — Saturday, August 25 — at N. 9th & W. Ring Streets in the 6th Aldermanic District.
As I spent this morning getting my child ready for the first day of school, I thought about the triple shooting near N. 10th and W. Burleigh Streets.