Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs and Alderman Khalif J. Rainey are asking for residents’ help in collecting donations for the It Takes a Village: Community Baby Shower & Resource Fair.
As the City of Milwaukee is profoundly affected by segregation and structural barriers surrounding race, this report speaks to the need to establish an Office of African American Affairs (OAAA) as soon as possible.
During the Common Council’s budget adoption meeting earlier this week, my colleagues approved an important budget amendment I offered that should help continue the momentum we need to battle Milwaukee’s food desert problem.
Alderman Khalif J. Rainey encourages interested residents to apply for a field representative position within the United States Census Bureau. Starting salaries range from $14.89 to $19.32 per hour. Employees will get a night differential and be reimbursed on gas.
I am calling for the assistance of the community in helping apprehend the hit-and-run driver who caused the death of a pedestrian, in the 7th Aldermanic District on the 4200 block of W. Capitol Drive (Sherman and Capitol) at approximately 3:20 a.m. on Sunday, November 11.
As Council members we’ve had front row seats to witness far too many situations where the law fails to deliver justice.
A weeklong city-wide event celebrating the culture of Hip Hop starts Monday.
On August 22, the Milwaukee Municipal Court will be holding another Warrant Withdrawal Wednesday session in the community, to lift outstanding warrants as well as provide an employment and resource event.
The community will have an opportunity to weigh in on the heroin and opioid epidemic during a community engagement session on Saturday, June 9, hosted by the City-County Heroin, Opioid and Cocaine Task Force.
The Common Council has approved legislation urging Ascension Wisconsin to reconsider its plans to reduce services in the City of Milwaukee.