The owner of American Sewer Services is being called to appear before a special Steering & Rules Committee meeting on Thursday, December 14 to address a slew of problems, including a photo taken of a contractor’s cooler displaying the Confederate Flag and a Ku Klux Klan logo.
The conversation continues on Saturday, November 4th as residents share their perspectives on the future of their neighborhoods and tell planners how the Milwaukee Streetcar could improve their communities.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Talgo’s CEO and President, Antonio Perez invite the media to view Talgo’s overhaul activity at the Century City facility on the recently awarded project to Talgo by Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA).
A competitive selection process has ended with six organizations selected to take part in the Milwaukee Employment/Renovation Initiative (ME/RI).
The Wisconsin Supreme Court announcement regarding the ruling lifting of the City of Milwaukee’s 78-year-old residency requirement for city employees was deeply disappointing. As the Mayor said recently, the decision delivers a huge blow to home rule, in place for local governments in Wisconsin for more than 100 years, and in the case of the residency […]
The City of Milwaukee Youth Council is encouraging local young people to participate in Milwaukee Area Technical College’s YouthBuild initiative. YouthBuild is a free program that trains young people in construction work while they earn their GED, empowering the participants to lead successful careers in the trades. The next session of YouthBuild will begin in […]
The MKE Plays program has received a prestigious “Our Town” grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, said Alderman Michael J. Murphy, who helped launch MKE Plays last year. The $50,000 NEA grant will be matched by MKE Plays funding for a total project value of $100,000. Alderman Murphy said community partner Artists Working […]