Alderman Cavalier Johnson is announcing Project Andrew, a new youth snow shoveling program named in honor of late Milwaukee crossing guard Andrew Tyler.
I commend Advocate Aurora Health’s recent decision to increase the minimum wage for its employees to $15.00 per hour by 2021.
As Council members we’ve had front row seats to witness far too many situations where the law fails to deliver justice.
As part of the city budget adopted last fall, the Common Council approved the creation of a new director level position to champion early childhood education in Milwaukee.
In honor of Black History Month, the City of Milwaukee website and the City Channel (Milwaukee’s government access cable channel) will again recognize influential figures in Milwaukee’s Black history with the 28 Days of Black History campaign.
Andrew Tyler, the crossing guard who was struck by a hit-and-run driver will not survive his injuries.
Alderman Cavalier “Chevy” Johnson invites residents to participate in Court in the Community — Warrant Withdrawal Wednesday.
On behalf of myself and the residents of the City of Milwaukee, I’d like to publicly thank former Senator Herb Kohl for his incredibly generous gift of $2 million to our Public Library Foundation.
Since I’ve been in office, it isn’t uncommon for me to mention to my constituents that we are a team. That in order for me to successfully do my job, I need them to step up and call, email, attend our meetings, engage their neighbors, and reach out to me so that together we can […]
Purchasing school supplies can be a financially stressful time for families. Alderman Cavalier Johnson of the Milwaukee Common Council is inviting the public to the Midtown Center Back-2-School “Superstars and Supplies” giveaway event on Saturday, August 19, from 11 a.m to 2 p.m.