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File #: 150001    Version: 0
Type: Budget Status: Passed
File created: 4/21/2015 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 11/24/2015
Effective date:    
Title: Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2016 budget.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Indexes: BUDGET
Attachments: 1. 2016 Proposed Executive Budget, 2. 2016 Proposed Plan and Executive Budget Summary, 3. Mayor Barrett’s 2016 Executive Budget Address, 4. Current Budget Schedule (Revised 10-8-15), 5. Budget Hearings Schedule (Revised 9-22-15), 6. Budget Hearings Schedule Cover Letter, 7. Sign-In Sheets Speakers Joint Public Hearing 10-5-15, 8. Sign-In Sheets Non-Speakers Joint Public Hearing 10-5-15, 9. Capital Improvements Budget Briefing, 10. Tax Stabilization Fund Budget Briefing, 11. Mayor's Office Budget Breifing, 12. DOA Budget Breifing, 13. City Attorney Budget Breifing, 14. Treasurer Budget Briefing, 15. Comptroller Budget Breifing, 16. Election Commission Budget Breifing, 17. Assessors Office Budget Breifing, 18. City Clerk Budget Briefing, 19. DNS Budget Briefing, 20. DER Budget Briefing, 21. ERS Budget Briefing, 22. Deferred Compensation Budget Briefing, 23. Municipal Court Budget Briefing, 24. Fire Department Budget Briefing, 25. Police Budget Briefing, 26. FPC Budget Briefing, 27. DPW Administration Budget Briefing, 28. DPW Sanitation Budget Briefing, 29. DPW Fleet Budget Briefing, 30. DPW Forestry Budget Briefing, 31. DPW Parking Budget Briefing, 32. DPW Infrastructure Budget Briefing, 33. DPW Sewers Budget Briefing, 34. WaterWorks Budget Briefing, 35. Library Budget Briefing, 36. Library Budget Supplemental Statistics, 37. Port Budget Briefing, 38. BOZA Budget Briefing, 39. DCD Budget Briefing, 40. RACM Budget Briefing, 41. Budget Overview, 42. Capital Improvements Overview, 43. City Revenue Overview, 44. City Debt Overview, 45. Grant and Aid Fund Overview, 46. Contingent Fund Overview, 47. Compete Milwaukee Update Report Oct 7 2015, 48. Compete Milwaukee Presentation, 49. Strong Neighborhooods Presentation, 50. Mayor's Office Overview, 51. Department of Administration Overview, 52. Budget Office ADA Compliance Overview, 53. City Attorney Overview, 54. Treasurer Overview, 55. Comptroller Overview, 56. Comptroller Office Overview, 57. Election Commission Overview, 58. Assessor Overview, 59. City Clerk Overview, 60. DNS Overview, 61. DER Overview, 62. DER Presentation, 63. EXAM PLAN CE III, 64. EXAM PLAN Help Desk Specialist MPD, 65. EXAM PLAN SENIOR PLANNER DCD, 66. Help Desk Specialist Recruiting Plan, 67. RECRUITING PLAN CEIII, 68. Senior Planner recruiting plan, 69. ERS Presentation, 70. Deferred Comp Overview, 71. DCP EDITED 2016 Budget, 72. Municipal Court Overview, 73. Fire Department Overview, 74. MFD Budget Presentation, 75. LRB Memo - Installation of CO2 Detectors.pdf, 76. 214-23 Battery-Operated Smoke Alarms.pdf, 77. MPD Overview, 78. Police Department Presentation, 79. MPD Ambassador Program Exec Summary, 80. MPA Letter on MPD Budget, 81. Crime vs Sworn Strength, 82. FPC Overview, 83. FPC Presentation, 84. Health Budget Briefing, 85. Health Department Overview and Presentation, 86. Commissioner Baker Written Address, 87. DPW Admin Overview, 88. DPW Admin Presentation, 89. DPW Operations Overview, 90. DPW Operations Presentation, 91. DPW Parking Overview, 92. DPW Infrastructure Overview, 93. Infrastructure Services Presentation, 94. DPW Water Works Overview, 95. Water Works Presentation, 96. Sewer Maintenance Fund Overview, 97. Sewers Presentation, 98. Library Overview, 99. Libary Presentation, 100. Port Overview & Presentation, 101. BOZA Overview, 102. DCD Overview, 103. DCD & RACM Presentation, 104. DCD Videos, 105. Capital Improvements Committee Letter, 106. Budget Amendment Submittal Deadline and Process Letter, 107. 2016 Budget Amendments Finance & Personnel Committee October 30 2015, 108. Sub Amendment 1A, 109. Sub Amendment 5A, 110. Sub Amendment 9A, 111. Sub Amendment 11A, 112. Sub Amendment 13A, 113. Sub Amendment 14D, 114. Sub Amendment 14E, 115. Sub Amendment 14F, 116. Sub Amendment 15A, 117. Sub Amendment 18A, 118. Sub Amendment 19B, 119. Sub Amendment 25A, 120. Sub Amendment 28A, 121. Sub Amendment 32A, 122. Sub Amendment 34A, 123. Sub Amendment 37, 124. DBE - Section 6 - Issues and Recommendations, 125. Daily Reporter Article - Cement Prices, 126. Change in 2016 Budget for Anticipated Revenues, 127. MC - Heroin-only Death Density 2012-2015 Presentation, 128. Milwaukee County Heroin Opiate Death Density Map, 129. Finance and Personnel Committee 2016 Approved Amendments., 130. 2016 24-Hour Amendment Pack, 131. Council Sub Amendment 19D, 132. Council Sub Amendment 32C, 133. Council Sub Amendment 33B, 134. Council Sub Amendment 34B, 135. Council Sub Amendment 34C, 136. 2016 Adopted Budget TSF Withdrawal Memo, 137. Change in 2016 Budget for Anticipated Revenues, 138. MPS PI-1508 Tax Levy Certification, 139. MPS Budget Adoption Certification, 140. MPS 2016 Tax Levy Insert, 141. Amendment 4 Mayoral Veto and Substitute Action, 142. Council Sub Amendment 4A (11-24-15), 143. 2016 Plan and Budget Summary, 144. 2016 Adopted Detailed Budget
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11/24/20150 MAYOR SIGNED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/24/20150 COMMON COUNCIL VETO OVERRIDDEN

Minutes note: Ald. Kovac moved to dispense with the reading of the Mayor's veto message. There was no objection. The question was put: Shall the foregoing amendment be approved notwithstanding the objection of his honor, the Mayor? 4. Transfer the Small Business Development Program in DOA-Business Operations Div. and associated funding, FTEs, position authority and operating expenditures to the City Clerk's Office.
Fail6:9 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/24/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: The question was put: Does any Common Council member wish to amend? Ald. Hamilton offerred Amendment 4A. 4A. Transfer the Office of Small Business Development including associated funding, FTEs, position authority and operating expenditures from the Common Council-City Clerk's Office to the Department of Administration, Office of the Director.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Not available
11/12/20150 MAYOR VETOED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 2. Move funding, position authority, FTEs and operating expenditures of the Document Services section from the DOA-Business Operations Division to the City Clerk’s Office.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 8A. Add funding, position authority and FTE for a Community Economic Development Director in the City Clerk's Office. Eliminate funding and FTEs for the Real Estate Coordinator and Administrative Assistant positions in DCD.
Pass13:2 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 9A. Create a $100,000 Art and Resource Buildings capital account to fund a pilot loan program. The program will provide up to $25,000 with a 50% match from the purchaser to buy In Rem residential or commercial mixed use properties for use as artistic studios and/or community resource centers or as living space. Theh program is funded through a $50,000 reduction to the Accelerated In Rem Foreclosure Filings programs and $50,000 capital cash revenues.
Pass14:1 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 11A. Add funding to various departments for additional Compete Milwaukee job placements. Offset cost by reducing funding for the Accelerated In Rem Foreclosure Filing program, including reductions to the DPW Property Management Special Fund and the Land Management Special Purpose Account. The intent is to use up to five job placements to perform RPP verification and other related job duties.
Pass14:1 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 12A. Add $150,000 to create a $1 lot program open to all City residents to purchase city owned lots. Provide $10,000 forgivable loans to build single-family residences. Owners must live at the residence for seven years.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 13A. Create a Municipal Identification Card Special Purpose Account (SPA), fund the new SPA at $150,000 and assign expenditure authority to the City Clerk's Office. Offset the cost by decreasing funding in DOA for ADA compliance by $50,000 and using $100,000 in aditional Computer Exemption Aid revenue that will be recognized by the Comptroller. This amendment requires revenue recognition by the Comptroller. If the Comptroller recognizes the revenue, the amendment will have no tax levy impact.
Pass14:1 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 15A. Add a footnote to the Crisis Response for Trauma-Informed Care Counseling Special Purpose Account providing that some of this funding shall be used to provide trauma-informed care counseling training to fire and paramedic staff in the Milwaukee Fire Department.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 18A. Provide funding, position and FTE authority for a Heroin and Opiate Victim Advocate in the Police Department and offset with grant funding and an increase to the PCA. Add a Safety Coordinator in the Crossing Guard Division and offset with an increase in the Parking Fund transfer to the General Fund. This amendment will require revenue recognition by the Comptroller.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: 19B. Restore Friday hours at the Atkinson, Capitol and Forest Home library branches. These branches will be open from 10 am to 6 pm on Fridays. Restore Saturday hours at the Martin Luther King, Mill Road and Tippecanoe library branches. These branches will be open from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturdays. Add position authority, funding and FTEs for six Librarian III positions, to start pay period 5 of 2016, and funding for security services. Eliminate position authority , funding and FTE for a Police Lieutenant, Captain of Police, and Police Fleet Supervisor. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 19B with Amendment 19D.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 25A. Create an MPS Driver's Education Special Purpose Account (SPA) with $50,000 in funding. Offset this cost by eliminating funding and FTE for two positions in the Municipal Court.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 28A. Add $150,000 to the Summer Jobs for Adults Initiative SPA. Offset these costs by reducing Police Operating Expenditures by $150,000. In addition, the intent is to allocate $50,000 in CDBG reprogramming for the Crisis Response for Trauma-Informed Care Counseling SPA. The amendment assumes the Common Council will enact legislation to allocate $50,000 in CDBG reprogramming for this purpose.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 29. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 20 additional Police Officer positions, with 7 officers (COPS grant- funded) to start with the Dec. 2015 recruit class and 8 grant-funded and 5 levy- funded officers to start with the PP25-2016 recruit class. Offset by eliminating funding, position authority and FTE for a Captain of Police and increasing the PCA. Ald. Puente added as a cosponsor.
Pass14:1 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 36. Transfer $500,000 from the Alley Reconstruction Program to the Street Reconstruction or Resurfacing Regular City Program to expand the High Impact Program to residential side streets.
Pass10:5 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 37. Update the BID list to reflect changes in BIDs and updating BID assessment amounts.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 4. Transfer the Small Business Development Program in DOA-Business Operations Div. and associated funding, FTEs, position authority and operating expenditures to the City Clerk's Office.
Pass8:7 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 5A. Create a Safe Zone Initiative Special Purpose Account with funding of $200,000.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 6. Transfer the Small Business Development Program in DOA-Business Operations Division and associated funding, position authority, FTEs and operating expenditures to the Mayor's Office.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 23. Create a $500,000 Small Business Utilization SPA assigned to the Mayor's Office. Fund by increasing the Parking Fund transfer to the General Fund by $250,000 and the Tax Stabilization Fund Withdrawal by $250,000.
Fail1:14 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: 32A. Add position authority and FTEs for 10 Community Service Officers to start training November 21, 2016. Create a Safe Zone Initiative Special Purpose Account with funding of $75,000. Offset cost by eliminating funding, position authority and FTE for 1 Captain of Police position. Ald. Hamilton moved substitution of Amendment 32A with Amendment 32C.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: 33. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 10 community Service Officers, with training to start Nov. 21,2016 (start of PP 25,2016). Offset cost with private ambulance dispatch fee. Ald. Bohl moved substitution of Amendment 33 with Amendment 33B.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: 34. Add position authority, funding, and Full Time Equivalents for 50 additional Police Officers starting July 5, 2016. Offset this cost by delaying the class of 65 Police Recruits in pay period 19 to pay period 26 and eliminating position authority, funding, and FTEs for various sworn positions in the Police Department. Ald. Donovan moved substitution of Amendment 34 with Amendment 34B.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: 34A. Add position authority, funding, and Full Time Equivalents (FTEs) for 50 additional Police Officers starting July 5, 2016. Offset this cost by delaying the class of 65 Police Recruits in pay period 19 to pay period 24. Ald. Zielinski moved substitution of Amendment 34A with Amendment 34C.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Not available
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTED

Minutes note: This file was held and further considered later in the meeting, after item 22.
Pass13:2 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 19D. Restore Friday hours of operation to three library branches: Atkinson, Capitol, and Forest Home. These branches will be open on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This amendment restores Saturday hours of operation to three library branches: Martin Luther King, Mill Road, and Tippecanoe. These branches will be open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This amendment adds position authority, funding and FTEs for six Librarian III positions, to start pay period 5 of 2016, and funding for security services. This amendment is offset by reducing funding for Library materials, the member contribution to the Milwaukee Domestic Animal Control Commission, and Energy costs in the Police Department and in the Department of Public Works. Ald. Wade, Puente, Coggs, Bohl, Stamper, and Bauman added as cosponsors.
 15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 32C. Create a Safe Zone Initiative Special Purpose Account (SPA) with funding of $75,000 and offset by reducing the cash levy for the Department of Administration IT Upgrades capital improvement account by $75,000. The SPA will provide funding for a Request for Proposals from community organizations to coordinate youth violence prevention with the Youth Violence Prevention Manager in the Health Department. Ald. Coggs, Stamper, Bohl, Davis, and Puente added as cosponsors.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 33B. Add position authority and FTE's authority for 7 Community Service Officers to start training November 21, 2016. Offset through an increased transfer from the Parking Fund to the General Fund. This amendment requires revenue recognition by the Comptroller. If revenues is recognized, there will be no levy impact. If revenue is not recognized, the levy impact will be as shown.
Pass13:1 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 34B. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 20 additional Police Officer positions to start in period 25 of 2016. Offset by eliminating funding, position authority and FTEs for an Assistant Chief of Police and a personnel cost adjustment.
Fail5:10 Action details Meeting details Not available
11/3/20150 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: 34C. Add funding, position authority and Full Time Equivalents for 37 additional Police Officers to the PP25 2016 recruit class.
Fail3:12 Action details Meeting details Video Video
10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Individual appearing: James Owczarski, City Clerk Introductory remarks were given on amendment procedures. Amendments to be considered in order by department then aldermanic seniority.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: 2. Move funding, position authority, FTEs and operating expenditures of the Document Services section from the DOA-Business Operations Division to the City Clerk’s Office. Individuals appearing: Rhonda Kelsey, Business Operations Division James Owczarski, City Clerk
Pass4:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: 4. Transfer the Small Business Development Program in DOA-Business Operations Div. and associated funding, FTEs, position authority and operating expenditures to the City Clerk's Office. Individuals appearing: Robert Bauman, 4th Aldermanic District James Owczarski, City Clerk Ald. Joe Davis, 2nd Aldermanic District Ald. Willie Wade, 7th Aldermanic District Martha Brown, Department of City Development Rhonda Kelsey, Business Operations Division Comptroller Martin Matson joined the committee at 10:18 a.m. Special Deputy Comptroller Biscobing left the committee at 10:18 a.m. Related Amendments 6 and 8 were also discussed and considered.
Fail2:3 Action details Meeting details Video Video
10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 5. Create a $150,000 Special Purpose Account to fund the Safe Zone Initiative as part of the Promise Zone program. Individual appearing: Ald. James Bohl, 5th Aldermanic District
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: 6. Transfer the Small Business Development Program in DOA-Business Operations Division and associated funding, position authority, FTEs and operating expenditures to the Mayor's Office. Amendment 6 was discussed during consideration of Amendment 4.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 7. Create a Milwaukee Clean Summer Youth Jobs Program SPA in the amount of $200,000. Individuals appearing: Ald. Russell Stamper, 15 Aldermanic District Steve Mahan, Community Development Grant Administration
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 8. Add funding, position authority and FTE for a Community Economic Development Director in City Clerk's Office. Eliminate funding, position authority and FTEs for DCD Real Estate Coordinator and Administrative Assistant. Amendment 8 was discussed during consideration of Amendment 4. Individual appearing: Ald. Russell Stamper, 15th Aldermanic District Ald. Stamper, Perez, and Hamilton added as cosponsors. Ald. Coggs amended Amendment 8 to not elminate funding, position authority and FTEs for DCD Real Estate Coordinator and Administrative Assistant.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 9. Create a $100,000 Art & Resource Buildings capital account to fund a pilot loan program. City provides up to $25,000 with a 50% match from the purchaser to buy In Rem residential or commercial mixed use properties
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 10. Create a $25,000 Youth In Action SPA for 10-13 year old youth workers. Fund with DCD rental proceeds. Individuals appearing: Ald. Russell Stamper, 15th Aldermanic District Steven Mahan, Community Development Grants Administration Ald. Hamilton moved to hold to the call of the chair. Amendment was later withdrawn after consideration of Amendment 37.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 11. Add funding to various departments for additional Compete Milwaukee job placements. Reduce funding for the Accelerated In Rem Foreclosure Filing program, including DPW Property Management Special Fund and the Land Management SPA.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 12. Add $150,000 to create a $1 lot program for police officers, firefighters and teachers to purchase City-owned lots. Provide $10,000 forgivable loans to build single- family residences. Owners must live at residence for 10 years. Individuals appearing: Ald. Russell Stamper, 15th Aldermanic District Rocky Marcoux, Department of City Development Commissioner Dennis Yaccarino, Budget & Management Division Ald. Hamilton moved to amend to expand to all City residents, owners must live at residence for 7 years, and funding source to not come from the tax levy but cash revenue line.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 13. Create a Municipal Identification Card SPA with $150,000 in funding and assigned to the City Clerk's Office. Offset the cost by decreasing funding in DOA for ADA compliance and increasing the Tax Stabilization Withdrawal.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 14. Consolidate all positions and funding for violence prevention under the control of the Fire & Police Commission. Individuals appearing: Steven Mahan, Community Development Grants Administration Bevan Baker, Health Department Commissioner MaryNell Regan, Fire & Police Commission Related Amendments 14D, 14B, 14E, 14C, and 14F were also discussed and considered.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 14B. Consolidate all positions and funding for violence prevention under the control of the Health Department. Amendment 14B was discussed and considered during discussion of Amendment 14.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 14C. Consolidate all positions and funding for violence prevention under the control of the Department of Administration. Amendment 14C was discussed and considered during discussion of Amendment 14.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 15. Reduce the Crisis Response SPA by $50,000 and create a new SPA with $50,000 in funding for Trauma Informed Care Counseling Training for Fire Department staff with expenditure authority assigned to the Fire Department. Individual appearing: Mark Rohlfing, Fire Chief Ald. Coggs moved to amend the amendment to not create a new SPA.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 16. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 10 Community Service Officers to start training Nov. 21,2016. Create a Safe Zone Initiative SPA in the amount of $75,000. Re-open a firehouse that has been closed. Offset cost through a $25 private ambulance dispatch fee.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 17. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 3 Public Health Nurses in the Office of Violence Prevention to augment the trauma informed care specialists. Individual appearing: Bevan Baker, Health Department Commissioner
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 18. Provide funding, position authority and for a Heroin and Opiate Victim Advocate in the Police Department and offset with grant funding and a PCA adjustment. Ald. Coggs added as a cosponsor.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 19. Restore Friday and Saturday hours at branch libraries and offset by eliminating positions in the Police Department.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 21. Restore Thursday evening hours at all branch libraries.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: 23. Create a $500,000 Small Business Utilization SPA assigned to the Mayor's Office. Fund by increasing the Parking Fund transfer to the General Fund by $250,000 and the Tax Stabilization Fund Withdrawal by $250,000. Individual appearing: Ald. Joe Davis, 2nd Aldermanic District
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 25. Create a $50,000 MPS Driver's Education SPA and assign expenditure authority to Municipal Court. Eliminate Municipal Court Administrative Services Supervisor and reduce General Office Expense. Individuals appearing: Sheldyn Himle, Municipal Court Eric Pearson, Budget & Management Division Ald. Michael Murphy, 10 Aldermanic District & Common Council President Ald. Hamilton moved to amend by retaining Municipal Court Administrative Services Supervisor and eliminating funding for Accounting Assistant III, Court Services Assistant III, and reduce $6000 General Office Expense. Retain position authority for Accounting Assistant III and Court Services Assistant III. Excess funds to reduce the tax levy.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 28. Add $150,000 to the Crisis Response for Trauma-Informed Care Counseling SPA and $150,000 to the Summer Jobs for Adults Initiative SPA. Offset by reducing Police Operating Expenditures.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: 29. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 20 additional Police Officer positions, with 7 officers (COPS grant- funded) to start with the Dec. 2015 recruit class and 8 grant-funded and 5 levy- funded officers to start with the PP25-2016 recruit class. Offset by eliminating funding, position authority and FTE for a Captain of Police and increasing the PCA. Individuals appearing: Ald. Michael Murphy, 10th Aldermanic District & Common Council President Bryan Rynders, Budget & Management Division Joel Plant, Police Chief of Staff Ald. Perez added as a cosponsor.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 30. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 25 additional police officers, starting November 21, 2016. Offset by eliminating funding, position authority and FTEs for various Police positions.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 31. Add Funding, position authority and FTEs for 50 additional police officers, with the recruit class to start Nov. 21, 2016 (start of PP, 2016). Eliminate funding, position authority and FTEs for a Police Captain and Lieutenant. Offset cost with private ambulance dispatch fee.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 32. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 10 Community Service Officers to start training Nov. 21,2016. Create a Safe Zone Initiative SPA in the amount of $75,000. Offset by eliminating funding, position authority and FTEs for 2 Captain of Police positions.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: 33. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 10 community Service Officers, with training to start Nov. 21,2016 (start of PP 25,2016). Offset cost with private ambulance dispatch fee. Individuals appearing: Ald. James Bohl, 5th Aldermanic District Bryan Rynders, Budget & Management Division
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 34. Add funding, position authority and FTEs for 50 additional police officers, starting July 5, 2016. Offset by eliminating funding, position authority and FTEs for positions listed and by delaying the class of 65 police recruits from Pay Period 19 to Pay Period 26.
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: 35. Provide funding to plow all alleys using contract crews and equipment. Individuals appearing: Ghassan Korban, Department of Public Works Commissioner Ald. James Bohl, 5th Aldermanic District
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: 36. Transfer $500,000 from the Alley Reconstruction Program to the Street Reconstruction or Resurfacing Regular City Program to expand the High Impact Program to residential side streets. Individuals appearing: Ghassan Korban, Department of Public Works Commissioner Ald. James Bohl, 5th Aldermanic District
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10/30/20150 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: 1. Create 5 Inspector positions in DOA-Small Business Development Office to verify residence qualifications for RPP workers. Individual appearing: Ald. Russell Stamper, 15th Aldermanic District Ald. Coggs moved to offer Amendment 1A, on behalf of Ald. Stamper. Ald. Witkowski moved to substitute Amendment 1 with 1A.
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Minutes note: 1A. Create a Special Purpose Account funded at $60,000 to pay five new transitional job placements that will function as Inspectors who will verify residence qualifications for Resident Preference Program (RPP) workers and other duties as assigned. Individuals appearing: Russell Stamper, 15th Aldermanic District Rhonda Kelsey, Business Operations Division Nikki Purvis, Office of Small Business Development Dan Thomas, Department of Public Works Ald. Joe Davis, 2nd Aldermanic District Ald. Davis added as a cosponsor. Ald. Witkowski moved to hold to the call of the chair. Amendment was later withdrawn during consideration of Amendment 11A.
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Minutes note: 5A. Create a Safe Zone Initiative Special Purpose Account (SPA) with funding of $200,000. This SPA will fund community organizing and work in neighborhoods within the Promise Zone Initiative. Ald. Perez added as a cosponsor. Amendment was later withdrawn after consideration of Amendment 37.
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Minutes note: 8A. Add funding, position authority and FTE for a Community Economic Development Director in City Clerk's Office. Do not eliminate funding, position authority and FTEs for DCD Real Estate Coordinator and Administrative Assistant. Ald. Stamper, Perez, and Hamilton added as cosponsors.
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Minutes note: 9A. Create a new Art & Resource Buildings capital account, with an appropriation of $100,000, to fund a pilot loan program for the purchase of in rem properties to be used as artistic studios, live/work spaces and/or community resource centers. Offset through a $50,000 reduction in the Land Management SPA and a $50,000 increase in revenues. Individuals appearing: Ald. Russell Stamper, 15th Aldermanic District Ald. Michael Murphy, 10th Aldermanic District & Common Council President Ald. Witkowski, Murphy, Kovac, Perez, and Hamilton added as a cosponsors.
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Minutes note: 11A. Add funding to various departments for additional Compete Milwaukee job placements. Offset cost by reducing funding for the Accelerated In Rem Foreclosure Filing program, including reductions to the DPW Property Management Special Fund and the Land Management Special Purpose Account. The intent is to use up to five job placements to perform RPP verification and other related job duties. Individuals appearing: Ald. Russell Stamper, 15th Aldermanic District Earl Buford, Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board Ald. Coggs added as a cosponsor.
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Minutes note: 12A. Add $150,000 to create a $1 lot program for all City residents to purchase City-owned lots. Provide $10,000 forgivable loans to build single- family residences. Owners must live at residence for 7 years. Funding source to not come from tax levy but from a cash revenue line.
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Minutes note: 13A. Create a Community Identification Card Special Purpose Account (SPA), fund the new SPA at $150,000 and assign expenditure authority to the City Clerk's Office. Offset the cost by decreasing funding in DOA for ADA compliance and using additional Computer Exemption Aid revenue which may be recognized by the Comptroller. Ald. Coggs added as a cosponsor. Meeting recessed at 12:16 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 1:50 p.m.
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Minutes note: 14D. Consolidate all violence and prevention funding under the control of the Fire & Police Commission. Amendment 14D was discussed and considered during discussion of Amendment 14.
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Minutes note: 14E. Consolidate all violence and prevention funding under the control of the Health Department. Amendment 14E was discussed and considered during discussion of Amendment 14.
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Minutes note: 14F. Consolidate all violence and prevention funding under the control of the Department of Administration. Amendment 14F was discussed and considered during discussion of Amendment 14.
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Minutes note: 15A. Add a footnote to the Crisis Response for Trauma-Informed Care Counseling Special Purpose Account providing that some of this funding shall be used to provide trauma-informed care counseling training to fire and paramedic staff in the Milwaukee Fire Department.
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Minutes note: 18A. Provide funding, position and FTE authority for a Heroin and Opiate Victim Advocate in the Police Department-Office of Community Outreach and Education. The intent is to offset with grant funding and an increase to the Personnel Cost Adjustment. Also add a Safety Coordinator in the Crossing Guard Division and offset with an increase in the Parking Fund transfer to the General Fund. This amendment will require revenue recognition by the Comptroller. If revenue fails to be recognized, the tax levy effect of this amendment will be as stated. If revenue is recognized, the amendment will have no levy impact. Individuals appearing: Ald. Michael Murphy, 10th Aldermanic District & Common Council President Sarah Zarate, 10th Aldermanic District Ald. Coggs and Hamilton added as cosponsors.
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Minutes note: 19B. Restore Friday hours of operation to three library branches, Atkinson, Capitol and Forest Home. These branches will be open on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This amendment restores Saturday hours of operation to three library branches, Martin Luther King, Mill Road, and Tippecanoe. These branches will be open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This amendment adds position authority, funding and FTEs for six Librarian III positions, to start pay period 5 of 2016, and funding for security services. This amendment eliminates position authority, funding and FTEs for a Police Lieutenant, Captain of Police, and Police Fleet Supervisor. Individuals appearing: Paula Kiely, Library Director Edward Flynn, Police Chief Joel Plant, Police Chief of Staff
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Minutes note: 25A. Create a MPS Driver's Education Special Purpose Account (SPA) with $50,000 in funding. Offset this cost by eliminating funding and FTE for two positions in the Municipal Court.
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Minutes note: 28A. Add $150,000 to the Summer Jobs for Adults Initiative SPA. Offset these costs by reducing Police Operating Expenditures by $150,000. In addition, the intent is to allocate $50,000 in CDBG reprogramming for the Crisis Response for Trauma-Informed Care Counseling SPA. The amendment assumes the Common Council will enact legislation to allocate $50,000 in CDBG reprogramming for this purpose. Individual appearing: Bryan Rynders, Budget & Management Division
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Minutes note: 32A. Add position authority and FTE's authority for 10 Community Service Officers to start training November 21, 2016. Create a Safe Zone Initiative Special Purpose Account (SPA) with funding of $75,000. Offset cost by eliminating funding, position authority and FTE for 1 Captain of Police position. Individual appearing: Ald. James Bohl, 5th Aldermanic District
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Minutes note: 34A. Provide funding, position authority and FTEs for 50 additional Police Officers, starting July 5, 2016. The cost would be offset by delaying the class of 65 recruits from pay period 19 to pay period 24-2016 and increasing the property tax levy. Individuals appearing: Ald. Mark Borkowski, 11th Aldermanic District Bryan Rynders, Budget & Management Division
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Minutes note: 37. Update the BID list to reflect the dissolution of BID #29 (Teutonia, Capitol, Atkinson) and the combining of BID #36 (Riverworks II) with BID #25 (Riverworks). Also updates BID assessment amounts. Individual appearing: David Schroeder, Department of City Development
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Minutes note: Individual appearing: Dennis Yaccarino, Budget & Management Division Mr. Yaccarino announced the following balances at the end of the meeting: $167,937 for the budget $415,272 for the tax levy without Comptroller recognition -$24,728 for the tax levy with Comptroller recognition
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Minutes note: -Milwaukee Public Library Individuals appearing: Eric Pearson, Budget & Management Division Paula Kiely, Milwaukee Public Library Director William Lenski, Milwaukee Public Library Joan Johnson, Milwaukee Public Library Milwaukee Public Library Overview: Community Goals & Objectives, Budget Summary, Revenues, Budget Issues, Capital Improvements Budget, Milwaukee Public Library Presentation & Discussion Topics: Budget Highlights, Library Benefits, Historic & Emerging Measurables, Initiatives, Library Cards, Awareness Campaign, Programs (Books2Go, Teacher in the Library, Summer Learning, Family, Out of School Learning for Teens, Computer & Technology), Resource Partners, New Libraries, Proactive Service, Forest Home Hills Building, Mill Road, Tippecanoe, Success Strategies, Express Libraries, Hours of Operation, Vacancies
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Minutes note: -Department of City Development (DCD) Individuals appearing: Jackie Carter, Budget & Management Division Rocky Marcoux, DCD Commissioner Martha Brown, DCD Deputy Commissioner DCD Overview: Community Objectives & Goals, Performance Measures, Budget - Expenditure, Budget Highlights - Changes, Special Purpose Accounts, Revenues, Capital Improvements Plan DCD Presentation: Lakefront Gateway Project, Northwestern Mutual Tower, Couture, 833 E. Michigan St., North End, Highway On/Off Ramps, Milwaukee Art Museum Addition, Plaza, Park East, MSOE, Mandel, Beerline, Federick Lofts, Best Place, Schlitz Park, Sojourner Peace Center, Bronzeville Cultural & Entertainment District, West Wisconsin Avenue Development, Riverwalk, Pabst International Student Housing, Various Downtown Developments, 30th Street Corridor Ald. Hamilton left the committee at 3 p.m. DCD Presentation Continued: Menomonee Valley, Inner Harbor District, Downer Avenue, Walker's Point, Burleigh Street Commericial District, Near West Side, 27th Street & Wisconsin Avenue, Silver City, Lindsey Heights Walnut Way, St. Ann Center, The Artery, Alverno College, Milwaukee Arts Board, 4th of July Commission, Mayor's Design Awards, Growing Prosperity, Kiva City Milwaukee, Milwaukee 7, Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation, Commercial Corridor (Revitalization, Grants, Capital Accounts), Havenwoods Neighborhood, Business Improvement Districts, Public-Private Partnership, Housing (Affordable, Supportive, Rehabilitation), Targeted Investment Neighborhood, STRONG Neighborhoods Plan, City In Rems, Foreclosed Commercial Properties, Property Inventory, Housing Preservation, DCD Employment Discussion Topics: In Rem Acquisition, Interior Inspection, & Listing, Grand Avenue Mall & Surrounding Areas, Commercial Corridor Opportunities,
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Minutes note: -Port of Milwaukee Ms. Aycha Sirvanci joined the committee at 10:27 a.m. replacing Comptroller Matson who left the committee at 10:27 a.m. Individuals appearing: Thomas Bell, Budget & Management Division Paul Vornholt, Port of Milwaukee Director Emma Stamps, Port of Milwaukee Port of Milwaukee Overview, Presentation, & Discussion Topics: Objectives & Goals, Budget Data, Port Updates, Revenues, Foreign Trade Zone No. 41 - 2014, Rail Improvements, Liquid Cargo Pier, Oversized High Wide Move, Hamburg Crew Ship Visit 2015, Storage Domes, Liquid Cargo Tanks, Summer Youth Interns, Compete Milwaukee, Rent Revenue, Inner Harbor Land, Windmill, Salt, Grain, Railroad Intermodal Service
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Minutes note: -Board of Zoning Appeals (BOZA) Individuals appearing: Jackie Carter, Budget & Management Division Lindsey St. Arnold Bell, BOZA Secretary BOZA Overview: Community Goals & Objectives, Budget Changes, Budget Summary, Revenues Discussion Topics: BOZA Inspection Protocols, Local Business Action Team, Aldermanic Input Comptroller Matson rejoined the committee at 10:59 a.m. Ms. Sirvanci left the committee at 10:59 a.m.
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Minutes note: -DPW Infrastructure Individuals appearing: William Christianson, Budget & Management Division Ghassan Korban, DPW Commissioner Jeffrey Polenske, City Engineer Paul Fredrich, DPW Ald. Coggs joined the committee at 9:24 a.m. DPW Infrastructure Overview: Objectives & Performance Measures, Budget Summary, Budget Changes & Highlights, Infrastructure Capital, Local & High Impact Street Program, Facilities Capital, City Hall Foundation Repair Project DPW Infrastructure Presentation: Street Maintenance (Potholes, Repair Strategies, Supercrews, Paving), Lakefront Gateway Project, Transportation Operations, Bicycle & Pedestrian Improvements, Electrical & Communication Manhole Repairs, Electrical Services Series Circuitry Conversion, Bridges & Buildings, Building Improvements, Wellness Center, Recreational Facilities, City Hall Foundation Project Meeting recessed at 10:50 a.m. Meeting reconvened at 11 a.m.
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Minutes note: -DPW Sewer Maintenance Fund Individuals appearing: Bryan Rynders, Budget & Management Division Ghassan Korban, DPW Commissioner Jeffrey Polenske, City Engineer Timothy Thur, DPW DPW Sewer Maintenance Fund Overview: Objectives, Budget Summary, Special Funds Summary, Capital Budget, Capital Improvement Allocation, Miles Replaced or Relined, Revenues, Rate Plan Additional individual appearing: Ald. Michael Murphy, 10th Aldermanic District & Common Council President DPW Sewer Maintenance Presentation: Sewer Maintenance Lining & Relay, I&I Reduction Projects, Sanitary Pump Rehabilitation, Water Quality Projects, Flood Mitigation
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Minutes note: -DPW Water Works Individuals appearing: William Christianson, Budget & Management Division Ghassan Korban, DPW Commissioner Carrie Lewis, Water Works Laura Daniels, Water Works DPW Water Works Overview: Community Goals & Objectives, Operations & Maintenance Budget Summary, Budget Changes, Major Cost Drivers in Operating Accounts, Budget Highlights, Cost Comparison, Water Consumption,, Capital Budget (Summary, Highlights - Water Mains, Changes - Plant Improvements) DPW Water Works Presentation & Discussion Topics: Water Sales, Automatic Meter Reading Project, Water Main (Breaks, Replacement), Accomplishments, Projects Underway, Infrastructure Investments, Initiatives, Vacancies Ald. Perez left the committee at 12:06 p.m.
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Minutes note: -DPW - Admin. Services Individuals appearing: Monique Lofton, Budget & Management Division Ghassan Korban, DPW Commissioner Daniel Thomas, DPW Commissioner Korban made opening remarks regarding: City Hall Project, Recycling Facility, High Impact Program, MKE Plays, Compete Milwaukee, Water Main Replacement DPW Admin. Services Overview: Community Goals and Objectives, Key Performance Measures, Budget Summary, Budget Changes, Position Changes, Revenues DPW Admin. Services Presentation: Planning & Development, Communciations (Media Advisories, Press Releases & Social Media), Compete Milwaukee, Community Work Parnerships, Contract Administration, Employee Safety Additional Discussion Topics: RPP & SBE Participation & Tracking, Staffing, Street Construction Projects,
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Minutes note: -DPW - Sanitation Individuals appearing: Thomas Bell, Budget & Management Division Ghassan Korban, DPW Commissioner Wanda Booker, DPW Preston Cole, DPW Rick Meyer, DPW Meeting recessed at 10:17 a.m. Meeting reconvened at 10:25 a.m. DPW Operations Overview: Community Goals & Objectives, Key Performance Measures, Budget Data, Budget Changes - SNP Initiative (Property Management), Budget Changes (Sanitation, Forestry Pruning), Revenues & Fees, Capital Budget, 2016 Initiatives DPW Sanitation Presentation & Discussion Topics: Sanitation Services, Automation Routes, Joint Materials Recovery Facility, Recycling Highlights, 40 By 2020 Plan (Recycling, Carts, Future Plans), Leaf Season, Snow Season, Salt Use, Expansion of Brine Use, Other Service Delivery Areas, Litter, Dumping, Citizen Complaints, Appeal Process & Discipline Additional individuals appearing: Daniel Thomas, DPW Ken Wischer, AFSCME District Council 32 Meeting recessed at 12:17 p.m. Meeting reconvned at 1:38 p.m.
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Minutes note: -DPW - Fleet Services Individuals appearing: Thomas Bell, Budget & Management Division Ghassan Korban, DPW Commissioner Preston Cole, DPW Jeffrey Tews, DPW DPW Fleet Services Presentation & Discussion Topics: Key Strategies, Vehicles & Equipment, Fleet Availability, Fuel Savings, Automated Packers, SNP Initiative, Driver (Training, Pay, Overtime), Snow Plowing, Ald. Coggs rejoined the committee at 2:01 p.m.
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Minutes note: -DPW - Forestry Individuals appearing: Thomas Bell, Budget & Management Division Ghassan Korban, DPW Commissioner Preston Cole, DPW David Sivyer, DPW Comptroller Matson left the committee at 2:18 p.m. Glenn Steinbrecher joined the committee for Mr. Matson at 2:18 p.m. DPW Forestry Presentation: Forestry Year Round, Emerald Ash Borer, Dutch Elm Disease, Boulevard Irrigation, Staffing Levels (Urban Forestry Specialist), Tree Planting, Contract Stump Removal, Cycle Pruning Backlog, 2016 Initiatives, Vacant & In-REM Property Maintenance Meeting recessed at 2:26 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 2:30 p.m.
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Number
150001
Version
ORIGINAL
Reference
 
Sponsor
THE CHAIR
Title
Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2016 budget.
Requestor
Mayor
Drafter
CC-CC
Debra Fowler
4/9/15