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File #: 181911    Version:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/26/2019 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 7/9/2019
Effective date:    
Title: Substitute resolution relating to the creation of a 53206 Task Force.
Sponsors: ALD. COGGS, ALD. STAMPER, ALD. RAINEY, ALD. HAMILTON, ALD. JOHNSON, ALD. PEREZ, ALD. ZIELINSKI
Indexes: 53206 TASK FORCE
Attachments: 1. Map Showing Zip Code 53206 With Adlermanic District BKoundaries
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultTallyAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
7/19/20191 MAYOR SIGNED   Action details Meeting details Not available
7/9/20191 COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTEDPass14:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
6/26/20191 COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTION

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs at the table Jasmine Tyler - point person for the community outreach for this project Bernadette Karanja - City Clerk's Office - workforce development Ald. Johnson, Perez and Zielinski added as co-sponsors.
Pass5:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
3/26/20190 COMMON COUNCIL ASSIGNED TO   Action details Meeting details Not available
Number
181911
Version
SUBSTITUTE 1
Reference

Sponsor
ALD. COGGS, STAMPER, RAINEY, HAMILTON, JOHNSON, PEREZ and ZIELINSKI
Title
Substitute resolution relating to the creation of a 53206 Task Force.
Analysis
This resolution creates a 53206 Task Force to assess media and academic reports singling out the 53206 ZIP code area (“53206”) in a negative light, identify barriers to economic, health and social equity for residents of 53206, and make recommendations for targeting City funding, programming, policies and legislation to exert a meaningful, concentrated impact on the lives of residents of 53206.

The 53206 Task Force shall be comprised of the following 11 members:

1. Three residents of the 53206 ZIP code area (“53206”), one each to be appointed by the council members representing the 6th, 7th and 15th aldermanic districts.
2. One member appointed by the Mayor.
3. The Health Commissioner, or his or her designee.
4. One Youth Council member appointed by the Common Council President.
5. One member with experience in supporting re-entry of individuals upon release from incarceration, to be appointed by the Common Council President.
6. One member with experience in public education, to be appointed by the Common Council President.
7. One member with experience in workforce development, to be appointed by the Common Council President.
8. One member with research and academic experience and credentials relevant to the tasks of the 53206 Task Force, to be appointed by the Common Council President.
9. The director of a community organization with activities in 53206, or his or her designee, to be appointed by the Common Council President.
Body
Whereas, Milwaukee’s African-American residents encounter higher rates of poverty, incarceration, unemployment and lack of access to healthcare, education and transportation, than Milwaukee’s non-African-American residents; and

Whereas, While these disparities exist throughout Milwaukee, they are particularly pronounc...

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