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File #: 171168    Version:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/28/2017 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 12/19/2017
Effective date:    
Title: Substitute resolution relative to legislative bills.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Indexes: STATE LEGISLATION
Attachments: 1. Agenda, 2. AB-351/SB-279, 3. LRB-3663/2, 4. LRB-4052/1, 5. Amended Agenda, 6. LRB-2582/1
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultTallyAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
1/2/20181 MAYOR SIGNED   Action details Meeting details Not available
12/19/20171 COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTEDPass15:0 Action details Meeting details Not available
12/11/20170 JUDICIARY & LEGISLATION COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Appearing: LaKeisha Butler - Director of IRD Danielle Decker Kim Montgomery Kail Decker AB-351/SB-279 Relating to: body cameras on law enforcement officers. Ald. Witkowski moved support 4-0 with exception of the open record requirements. LRB-3663/2 (introduced as SB-640) Relating to: workforce housing development tax incremental districts; fees imposed by a political subdivision; development impact fees; local levy limits; subdivision approval conditions; plat approval conditions; occupancy permit conditions; expiration of certain project approvals made by political subdivisions; divisions of land by certified survey map; storm water and surface water sewerage system service charges; regulations of erosion control and storm water management by a political subdivision; limiting the ability of a political subdivision to prohibit weekend construction work by a private person; limiting the authority of a political subdivision to make or enforce ordinances that do not conform to one-family and two-family dwelling code; relocation benefits in condemnation proceedings; prohibiting a political subdivision from limiting the size of banners on fences surrounding a construction site; and zoning ordinance amendments. Ald. Witkowski moved opposed. 4-0 LRB-2582/1 Relating to: the authority of political subdivisions to regulate rental properties and historic properties and of municipalities to inspect dwellings, public utility service to rental dwelling units, landlord and tenant regulations, fees imposed by a political subdivision, certain levy limit reductions, certain procedural changes in eviction actions, information available on the consolidated court automated Internet site, discrimination in housing against individuals who keep certain animals, falsely claiming an animal to be a service animal, municipal administrative procedure enforcement of the rental unit efficiency program, and providing penalties. Ald. Perez moved opossed. 4-0 LRB-4052/1 Relating to: preventing the state or local governments from requiring any person to accept certain collective bargaining provisions or waive its rights under the National Labor Relations Act or state labor law; prohibiting local regulation of employee hours and overtime, employment benefits, wage claims and collections, an employer's right to solicit salary information of prospective employees, employment discrimination, and professions regulated by the state; and providing a criminal penalty. Ald. Johnson moved opposed 4-0
Pass4:0 Action details Meeting details Not available
12/11/20171 JUDICIARY & LEGISLATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass5:0 Action details Meeting details Not available
11/28/20170 COMMON COUNCIL ASSIGNED TO   Action details Meeting details Not available

Number

171168

Version

Substitute 1

Reference

Sponsor

Title

Substitute resolution relative to legislative bills.

Body

Whereas, The Judiciary and Legislation Committee of the Common Council has recommended the following positions on the bills hereinafter listed and the Common Council being advised of said matters; now, therefore, be it

 

Resolved, By the Common Council of the City of Milwaukee, that it hereby approves the following legislative bill and instructs the Division of Intergovernmental Relations to appear before the proper committees to support such bill and use its best endeavors to have the same enacted into law, viz:

 

AB-351/SB-279                                          

Relating to: body cameras on law enforcement officers.

 

Further Resolved, That the Common Council of the City of Milwaukee is opposed to the following legislative bill and hereby instructs the Division of Intergovernmental Relations to appear before the proper committees in opposition to and use its best endeavors in opposition to the same viz:

 

LRB-3663/2 (introduced as SB-640)                                                         

Relating to: workforce housing development tax incremental districts; fees imposed by a political subdivision; development impact fees; local levy limits; subdivision approval conditions; plat approval conditions; occupancy permit conditions; expiration of certain project approvals made by political subdivisions; divisions of land by certified survey map; storm water and surface water sewerage system service charges; regulations of erosion control and storm water management by a political subdivision; limiting the ability of a political subdivision to prohibit weekend construction work by a private person; limiting the authority of a political subdivision to make or enforce ordinances that do not conform to one-family and two-family dwelling code; relocation benefits in condemnation proceedings; prohibiting a political subdivision from limiting the size of banners on fences surrounding a construction site; and zoning ordinance amendments.

 

LRB-2582/1                                           

Relating to: the authority of political subdivisions to regulate rental properties and historic properties and of municipalities to inspect dwellings, public utility service to rental dwelling units, landlord and tenant regulations, fees imposed by a political subdivision, certain levy limit reductions, certain procedural changes in eviction actions, information available on the consolidated court automated Internet site, discrimination in housing against individuals who keep certain animals, falsely claiming an animal to be a service animal, municipal administrative procedure enforcement of the rental unit efficiency program, and providing penalties.

 

LRB-4052/1                                          

Relating to: preventing the state or local governments from requiring any person to accept certain collective bargaining provisions or waive its rights under the National Labor Relations Act or state labor law; prohibiting local regulation of employee hours and overtime, employment benefits, wage claims and collections, an employer's right to solicit salary information of prospective employees, employment discrimination, and professions regulated by the state; and providing a criminal penalty.

Ald. Johnson moved opposed 4-0

 

 

Drafter

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12/11/17