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File #: 190001    Version: 0
Type: Budget Status: Mayor's Office
File created: 4/16/2019 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 11/8/2019
Effective date:    
Title: Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2020 budget.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Attachments: 1. 2020 F&P Approved Amendment Packet (Yellow), 2. 2020 24-Hour Amendment Packet (Salmon), 3. Amendments F&P Committee 10-31-2019 Part 1.pdf, 4. Amendments F&P Committee 10-31-2019 Part 2.pdf, 5. Amendment 7A.pdf, 6. Amendment 7B.pdf, 7. Amendment 8A.pdf, 8. Amendment 8B.pdf, 9. Amendment 28A.pdf, 10. Amendment 36A.pdf, 11. Amendment 38D.pdf, 12. Amendment 42F.pdf, 13. Amendment 42G.pdf, 14. Amendment 42H.pdf, 15. Amendment 42I.pdf, 16. Amendment 42L.pdf, 17. Amendment 48A.pdf, 18. Amendment 60A.pdf, 19. Amendment 74A.pdf, 20. Amendment 86A.pdf, 21. Amendment 88A.pdf, 22. Amendment 88B.pdf, 23. Amendment 92A.pdf, 24. Amendment 95.pdf, 25. Amendment 96.pdf, 26. Amendment 97.pdf, 27. Amendment 98.pdf, 28. Budget Memo on 2020 Property Tax Levy Limit.pdf, 29. Finance Chair Budget Amendment Submittal Letter.pdf, 30. 2020 Proposed Plan and Executive Budget Summary, 31. 2020 Proposed Executive Budget, 32. Mayor Barrett Budget Address, 33. Budget Hearings Schedule Cover Letter, 34. Budget Hearings Schedule (Amended 10-01-19), 35. Budget Hearings Schedule (Amended 9-5-19), 36. Budget Hearings Schedule (Amended 8-19-19), 37. Budget Hearings Schedule (Original), 38. Joint Public Hearing Sign-In Sheets (Speakers), 39. Joint Public Hearing Sign-In Sheets (Non-Speakers), 40. Budget Overview Presentation.pdf, 41. Budget Capital Improvements Presentation.pdf, 42. LRB Capital Improvements Budget Briefing.pdf, 43. Budget City Revenues Presentation.pdf, 44. Budget City Debt Presentation.pdf, 45. Budget Grant and Aid Fund Presentation.pdf, 46. Budget Contingent Fund Presentation.pdf, 47. LRB Tax Stabilization Fund Budget Briefing.pdf, 48. Budget City Attorney Presentation.pdf, 49. LRB City Attorney Budget Briefing.pdf, 50. Budget City Treasurer Presentation, 51. LRB Treasurer Budget Briefing.pdf, 52. Budget Comptroller Presentation, 53. Comptroller Presentation, 54. LRB Comptroller Budget Briefing.pdf, 55. Budget City Clerk Presentation.pdf, 56. LRB Clerk Budget Briefing.pdf, 57. Budget Dept of Administration Presentation, 58. LRB DOA Budget Briefing.pdf, 59. Budget Port Presentation, 60. LRB Port Budget Briefing.pdf, 61. BHC Minutes 20190818.pdf, 62. Map of Port Parcels.pdf, 63. MWF 2019 Events Calendar.pdf, 64. MWF Annual Payment Calculations.pdf, 65. Port Milwaukee - 2020 Budget Hearing Follow-Up Items (191021).pdf, 66. Budget Assessor Presentation, 67. LRB Assessor Budget Briefing.pdf, 68. Budget Dept of Neighborhood Services Presentation.pdf, 69. LRB DNS Budget Briefing.pdf, 70. DER Presentation, 71. Budget Dept of Employee Relations Presentation.pdf, 72. LRB DER Budget Briefing.pdf, 73. LRB ERS Budget Briefing.pdf, 74. Budget Mayor Presentation.pdf, 75. Budget Employee Retirement System Presentation, 76. LRB Mayor Budget Briefing.pdf, 77. Budget Municipal Court Presentation.pdf, 78. LRB MuniCourt Budget Briefing.pdf, 79. MPS Driver’s Education Special Purpose Account.pdf, 80. JusticePoint Community Service 2019 report.pdf, 81. 2019CSO Site List.pdf, 82. Data Sheet - Warrant Withdrawal Wednesday ALL EVENTS - Follow-Up - March 2019.pdf, 83. Budget Deferred Compensation Presentation.pdf, 84. LRB Deferred Compensation Budget Briefing.pdf, 85. Budget Police Dept Presentation.pdf, 86. LRB Police Budget Briefing.pdf, 87. MPD Presentation, 88. Budget Hearing Responses_MPD.pdf, 89. Budget Fire Dept Presentation.pdf, 90. MFD Presentation, 91. LRB Fire Budget Briefing.pdf, 92. Budget Fire and Police Commission Presentation.pdf, 93. FPC Presentation, 94. LRB FPC Budget Briefing.pdf, 95. Budget DPW-Administrative Services.pdf, 96. LRB DPW Admin Budget Briefing.pdf, 97. Budget DPW-Infrastructure Services Presentation, 98. LRB DPW Infrastructure Budget Briefing.pdf, 99. Budget DPW-Sewer Maintenance Fund Presentation.pdf, 100. LRB DPW Sewers Budget Briefing.pdf, 101. Budget DPW-Transportation Fund Presentation, 102. LRB DPW Parking Budget Briefing.pdf, 103. Budget Water Works Presentation.pdf, 104. LRB Water Budget Briefing.pdf, 105. Budget DPW-Operations Presentation.pdf, 106. LRB DPW Sanitation Budget Briefing.pdf, 107. LRB DPW Fleet Budget Briefing.pdf, 108. LRB DPW Forestry Budget Briefing.pdf, 109. DPW Operations Budget Responses[14897].pdf, 110. Responses to Inquies during Budget Hearing for ISD Budget[14910].pdf, 111. Solar Street Light and Panel[14908].jpg, 112. Solar Street-Lights with panel and battery on pole[14909].jpg, 113. Street Lighting Burn Hours Summarization 10-22-19[14911].pdf, 114. Budget Library Presentation.pdf, 115. MPL Presentation, 116. LRB Library Budget Briefing.pdf, 117. Budget Election Commission Presentation.pdf, 118. LRB Election Commission Budget Briefing.pdf, 119. Budget Dept of City Development Presentation.pdf, 120. DCD and RACM Presentation.pdf, 121. LRB DCD Budget Briefing.pdf, 122. LRB RACM Budget Briefing.pdf, 123. 2019 Targeted Investment Neighborhoods, 124. Affordable housing TIDs 1019, 125. City of Milwaukee assistance to minority developers, 126. Commercial corridor grants 2018 and 2019, 127. DCD support for ACRE graduates 100919, 128. Demo Status Breakdown, 129. September - HIP Fund, 130. DCD Social Media Engagement Stats, 131. Block redevelopment strategy elements.pdf, 132. Follow up re DCD budget hearing questions.pdf, 133. Foreclosed Renovation Fund Activity (2015-2019 YTD 2020 Pipeline).pdf, 134. Status of DCD housing programs 1019.pdf, 135. Vacant Building Inspections - Estimated Cost.pdf, 136. Budget BOZA Presentation.pdf, 137. LRB BOZA Budget Briefing.pdf, 138. Budget Health Dept Presentation.pdf, 139. MHD Budget Presentation, 140. LRB Health Budget Briefing, 141. Budget Deferred Compensation Presentation, 142. Budget DPW-Operations Presentation, 143. Roy Evans Opposition to Amendments 13 and 14.pdf, 144. Comptroller Memos - Change in 2020 Revenue Estimates.pdf, 145. Budget Memo Final Numbers After Budget Amendments
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendments approved by the Finance and Personnel Committee were considered first followed by amendments in the 24-Hour Rule Packet and loose amendments. Amendment 1 Each department head is directed to report to the Common Council on the department's activities and strategies for reducing violence in Milwaukee in alignment with the Blueprint for Peace. The intent of the amendment is to raise awareness that violence reduction is a responsibility for all City departments.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 2 DOA Insert footnote directing the Commissioner of Neighborhood Services and Director of the Department of Administration to collaborate on implementing workshops and training sessions for educating local contractors on deconstruction contracting opportunities and successful procurement strategies with the City.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 3 DOA Add a footnote to the positions of Administration Director and the Commissioner of Public Works stating that they shall collaborate to present a plan to the Common Council for using existing City and community resources to activate City-owned play spaces and to encourage their use by children.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 4 DOA Add a footnote directing the Commissioner of Public Works and the Small Business Development Director to create and execute workshops for contractors on best practices for completing paper work needed for City contracting opportunities.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 5 DOA Add a footnote directing the Block Grant Director to cooperate with the Health Department to establish a plan for ensuring that appropriate CDBG Grant award recipients receive training in alignment with the goals and objectives of the Blueprint for Peace.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 6 DOA Add a footnote to the Chief Information Officer position in the Department of Administration, directing that the Chief Information Officer shall establish a management training protocol in relation to new software platforms for affected City departments. The intent is to ensure upper-level employees are on-boarded with new software platforms.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 7A DOA Create a new SEED pilot program Special Fund in the Department of Administration with funding of $100,000. Offset by reducing overtime and computer replacement in the Police Department for a total of $100,000. Intent of the amendment is to create a universal basic income program based on the Stockton model. Ald. Lewis moved substitution of Amendment 7A with Amendment 7B.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 9 DOA Add $100,000 to a new Street Prostitution Partner Patrol special fund in the Department of Administration. Add a footnote stating Administration Director shall collaborate with the Police Chief to submit an expenditure plan for approval to the Common Council. It is the intent of the Common Council to earmark $100,000 in future CDBG award funding to support this program.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 11 DOA Add a footnote to the Administration Director position in the Department of Administration, directing that the Administration Director shall collaborate with representatives of Milwaukee County, Milwaukee Public Schools and City departments in implementing a One Milwaukee initiative. The One Milwaukee initiative will explore intergovernmental cost- and service-sharing arrangements. The Administration Director shall present a report on the initiative to the Common Council within six months.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 12 ASSESSOR Add a footnote directing the Commissioner of Assessments to implement a program to contact tenants of commercial tax-exempt buildings regarding interest in participating in the City's Fair Share PILOT program.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 15 DCD Footnote directing the Commissioner of Department of City Development to present a plan to the Common Council to improve participation and successful outcomes of the Youth Earn and Learn program.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 16 DCD Footnote directing the Commissioner of City Development to present recommendations to the Common Council on implementing alternative housing models for development that lead to permanent affordability and community ownership.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 17 DCD Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of City Development to implement a plan to prevent landlords with a history of eviction abuse from purchasing City-owned properties.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 18 DCD Insert footnote directing the Mayor's Office and the Department of City Development to report to the Common Council a plan for leveraging corporate contact opportunities during the Democratic National Convention.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 19 DCD Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of City Development to present a plan to the Common Council for requiring developers to be responsible for the monitoring and maintenance of City-owned properties being held off the market for potential development.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 20 DCD Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of City Development and Commissioner of Public Works to establish a plan for minimizing disruptions to local businesses during street construction.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 22 DCD Create a $10,000 Central City Economic Development Commission special fund in the Common Council-City Clerk's office. Offset the increase by reducing DCD Milwaukee 7 special fund by $5,000 and the Economic Development Marketing special fund by $5,000.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 24 CC-CC Add a footnote to the position of City Clerk stating that the City Clerk shall collaborate with the Department of City Development on establishing a yard signage program to market the sale of City-owned properties.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 27 COMPTROLLER Provide $10,245 in funding for a Baby Changing Station special fund in Department of Public Works-Infrastructure to install changing stations in restrooms in City libraries and clinics. Offset by reducing Department of Employee Relations operating budget by $5,245 and reducing the Comptroller Office's operating budget by $5,000.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 28A HEALTH Insert a footnote instructing the Health Commissioner to coordinate with the Director of Employee Relations to provide trauma-informed care training for all City employees routinely assigned to call center-type duties.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 29 DER Insert a footnote instructing the Employee Relations Director to investigate and report the impacts of employee turnover on the City's pension funding and liabilities.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 30 DER Insert a footnote instructing the Employee Relations Director to implement regular "Stay Interviews" with City employees to investigate job satisfaction.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 31 DER Add a footnote requiring that the Director of Employee Relations shall report annually to the Common Council on the implementation and results of employee exit interviews.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 32 DER Insert a footnote requiring the Director of Employee Relations to present a report to the Common Council on strategies for reducing educational barriers to City employment in favor of providing more robust on-the-job training.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 33 FPC Insert a footnote directing the Executive Director of the Fire & Police Commission to provide quarterly reports to the Common Council on 9-1-1 call wait times, as well as activities, training, and initiatives to reduce 9-1-1 call wait times.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 34 FPC Insert a footnote directing the Executive Director of the Fire & Police Commission to collaborate with the Police Department on initiatives to reduce overtime expenditures.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 35 FPC Insert a footnote directing the Executive Director of the Fire & Police Commission to collaborate with the Police Department and the Health Department to present a plan to the Common Council for information-sharing following a critical incident.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 36 FPC Add position 0.5 FTE and funding for an additional Recruiter in the Fire & Police Commission. Ald. Dodd moved substitution of Amendment 36 with Amendment 36A.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 37 FPC Insert a footnote directing the Executive Director of the Fire & Police Commission to ensure that recruiting activities for the Fire Cadet program shall take place only within the city of Milwaukee.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 40 HEALTH Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of Health and Chief of Police to prepare a plan for partnering to leverage City resources to reduce violence in Milwaukee.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 41 HEALTH Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of Health to report to the Common Council a plan and timeline for implementing a client electronic healthcare records system.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 42I Add $240,000 to the Health Dept. for a Birthing Moms Pilot Project; $20,000 for a Trauma Informed Care marketing campaign; add position, FTE, and funding for a Healthy Food Access Coordinator; add four FTE for Operations Driver Workers and necessary operating funds in DPW to restore biweekly street sweeping in the CSA; create a Violence Interruption SPA with $300,000; create an Earn and Learn special fund in DCD with $72,000; create a Participatory Budget SPA with $100,000 with the intent of giving citizens a voice in City violence prevention funding, create a Reckless Driving Task Force Recommendations special fund in DPW with $110,000; increase litter can equipment budget by $110,000; create an Emergency Housing capital program for lead displacement, homelessness, and prostitution with $300,000 in borrowing. Offset new borrowing by reducing Police Vehicle borrowing. Offset the operating budget increases with a reduction in Police Overtime by $545,669. Replace $240,000 of cash revenues in the Lead Service Line Repl. Prog. with new borrowing. Eliminate the Bublr special fund in the Transport. Fund and increase the Transport. Fund transfer to the Gen. Fund by $110,000. Increase Stormwater fee by an additional 1.15% for $415,600 and increase the Sewer Maint. Fund transfer to the Gen. Fund by $415,600. The intent is to have the Comptroller recognize $765,600 of revenue to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Ald. Coggs moved to substitute Amendment 42I with Amendment 42L.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 47 POLICE Insert a footnote directing the Chief of Police to report to the Common Council on the department's strategy for educating hotel and other hospitality operators and staff on recognizing and reporting human trafficking during the Democratic National Convention.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 48A FPC Insert a footnote directing the Fire and Police Commission Executive Director to expand trauma informed care training to all members of the Milwaukee Police Department.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 52 POLICE Restore planned street lighting burn time reduction. Offset with reduction to Police Department's Computer Replacement Program special fund.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 61 POLICE Restore position authority for 18 Community Service Officer positions.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 62 PORT Add a footnote to the position of Municipal Port Director stating that the Municipal Port Director shall present a report to the Common Council on the Port's progress on reaching out to Sister Cities.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 63 DPW-ADMIN Add the following footnote to the Commissioner of Public Works: "The Commissioner of the Department of Public Works will establish a plan to more effectively communicate to residents and businesses plans for underground, sewer, road and other City projects that may disturb lead service lines."
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 64 DPW-ADMIN Add the following footnote to the Commissioner of Public Works: "The Commissioner of the Department of Public Works will establish a strategy for cleaning areas adjacent to highways."
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 65 DPW-ADMIN Add a footnote to the position of Commissioner of Public Works stating that the Commissioner shall present a report to the Common Council on long-term plans for maintenance and reconstruction of City alleys.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 66 DPW-ADMIN Add a footnote to the position of Commissioner of Public Works stating that the Commissioner shall present an annual report to the Common Council on the state of opportunities and technologies for implementing renewable resources in City-wide infrastructure, particularly for street lights.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 67 DPW-OPERATIONS Reduce planned purchase of five new refuse packers to four and increase budget for refuse carts by the corresponding amount. Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 71 DPW-OPERATIONS Create a special fund with $60,000 in funding for a contracted complaint-based Rapid Response Team. The Rapid Response Team shall be responsive to both requests from members of the Council and block captains. Fund the new special fund by replacing cash revenues in the Lead Service Line Replacement Program with new borrowing. The intent is to have the Comptroller recognize this revenue to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 77 SPA Add $50,000 of levy funding and a footnote to the MKE Community Excellence Fund that the intent of the Common Council is to earmark $50,000 in CDBG funds for this initiative and that the City Clerk shall work with the Office of Violence Prevention on implementing the initiative. The footnote also requires that release of funds from the Special Purpose Account shall be contingent upon receipt of matching funds.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 79 CAPITAL Add a footnote that directs $250,000 of the 2020 "Concentrated Blight Elimination" funds to be used for demolition of buildings in areas with high densities of vacant properties.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 80 CAPITAL Increase City funding for the Housing Trust Fund by $200,000. Offset this increase by reducing the 10,000 Homes Initiative by $200,000.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 82 CAPITAL Add $600,000 of new borrowing and $600,000 of special assessment authority to DPW-Infrastructure's Alley Reconstruction Capital Program. Add the following footnote to the program: "The Commissioner of Public Works shall present a plan to the Common Council for approval of the alley projects selected for reconstruction."
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 84 CAPITAL Create new Community Resource Hub Capital Program in the Department of City Development, with $200,000 of new borrowing to fund the program.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 86 CAPITAL Increase City funding for Concentrated Blight Elimination by $500,000. Offset this increase by reducing the 10,000 Homes Initiative by $500,000. Ald. Bauman moved substitution of Amendment 86 with Amendment 86A.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 88A CAPITAL Add $500,000 of new borrowing to DPW-Infrastructure's Multimodal Transportation Capital Program. Ald. Bauman moved substitution of Amendment 88A with Amendment 88B.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 90 CAPITAL Shift $700,000 from DPW's Street Improvements- Traffic Control Facilities Program to DPW-Infrastructure's Multimodal Transportation Capital Program to implement the Milwaukee Pedestrian Plan.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 93 GRANT & AID Add a footnote to the Grant and Aid Projects Fund budget to establish the intent of the Common Council to earmark $300,000 in CDBG funds for the Milwaukee Promise program.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 94 WATER Add the following footnote to the Water Works Infrastructure Services operating account: "The Water Works Superintendent shall collaborate with the Department of Administration- Budget and Management Division to provide recommendations on establishing a program to facilitate lead service line replacements by owner-occupants who do not qualify for the City's current cost-share program."
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 95 DOA Establish a footnote directing that the Administration Director and the Commissioner of City Development shall collaborate to identify ten properties that can be allocated for emergency housing across the City by the end of 2020. The intent is to identify properties that are multi-unit, such as a duplex or a four unit property.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 96 Add a footnote to the budget directing that all departments that provide field services in the community to develop a plan on how to make Crime Stoppers material available to the public as part of their daily field operations.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 97 CITY CLERK Add position authority, FTE and funding for a Community Outreach Liaison position in the City Clerk's Office, and offset by shifting cash revenue funding from the Lead Service Line Replacement Program. The intent is to have the Comptroller recognize $50,130 of revenue to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Ald. Lewis moved withdrawal of Amendment 97.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 8A DOA Add $130,000 to the Police Operating Budget to fund the Police Ambassador Program. Offset the increase by reducing the operating budget of all General City departments, except for the Police Department, by a proportional amount. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 8A with Amendment 8B.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 26 CC-CC Add $20,000 to the Hip Hop Week MKE special fund in the City Clerk's Office.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 38 FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSION Eliminate funding for 2020 recruit class in Police budget. Add position authority and funding for a Recruiter and a Testing Coordinator in the Fire & Police Commission; add $50,000 to Fire & Police Commission operating budget to provide increased contractor capacity for testing/examinations and speed up establishing eligibility lists in 2020. Add remaining funds to DPW-Operations for Operation Driver Workers. Ald. Dodd moved substitution of Amendment 38 with Amendment 38D.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 44 HEALTH Provide $240,000 for new Birthing Moms Pilot Project special fund which will distribute free lead education kits, including filters, for all birthing moms in the 53204, 53206, 53208 and 53210 Zip codes prior to hospital discharge. Fund the new special fund by replacing cash revenues in the Lead Service Line Replacement Program with new borrowing. The intent is to have the Comptroller recognize this revenue to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Ald. Perez moved withdrawal of Amendment 44.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 49 POLICE Add funding and FTE to increase Police average sworn strength by 30 to 1,834.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 53 POLICE Create a new gun buy-back special fund in the Police Department and fund with $100,000. Offset with reduction to Police overtime
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 54 POLICE Add funding and FTE to increase Police average sworn strength by 30 to 1,834 to supplement traffic enforcement.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 55 POLICE Add funding and FTE'S to increase Police average sworn strength by 20 to 1,824 to supplement traffic enforcement.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 60 POLICE Restore position authority for 18 Community Service Officers and funding for 6 Community Service Officer positions and offset with reduction in Police overtime. Ald. Spiker moved substitution of Amendment 60 with Amendment 60A.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 68 DPW-OPERATIONS Restore biweekly street sweeping service in the Combined Sewer Area by adding position authority, funding, and FTE's for four Operations Driver Workers. Offset the cost by increasing the stormwater fee by an additional one percent and by increasing the Sewer Maintenance Fund payment to the General Fund. This amendment will require legislation increasing the stormwater fee and revenue recognition by the Comptroller. If revenue is not recognized, the tax levy impact of this amendment will be as stated. Ald. Murphy moved withdrawal of Amendment 68.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 74 DPW Remove free bulky waste pickup from regular garbage collection routes and provide free bulky waste pickup on a limited number of "exception" days per year. Budget savings will be used to create an organics waste collection service. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 74 with Amendment 74A.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 75 DPW-INFRASTRUCTURE Add $110,000 in funding to a new Reckless Driving Task Force Initiatives Special Fund in DPW-Infrastructure. Offset the increase by eliminating the Bublr Bikes special fund in Transportation Fund and increasing the Transportation Fund transfer to the General Fund by $110,000. This amendment will require revenue recognition by the Comptroller. If the revenue is not recognized, the tax levy impact of this amendment will be as stated. Ald. Murphy moved withdrawal of Amendment 75.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 91 CAPITAL Reduce DPW-Infrastructure's High Impact Street Capital Program new borrowing by $600,000 and add $600,000 of new borrowing and $600,000 of special assessment authority to DPW-Infrastructure's Alley Reconstruction Capital Program.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 92 CAPITAL Reduce new borrowing authorization by reducing the Fire Department SCBA Replacement program by $100,000, DPW-ISD Buildings City Hall Elevator program by $200,000, and Police Vehicles by $1,295,000. Ald. Johnson moved substitution of Amendment 92 with Amendment 92A.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTED

Minutes note: Final action on the file was withheld and made as the last matter later in the meeting.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 7B Add a footnote to the Administration Director position in the Department of Administration, directing that the Administration Director shall develop and present to the Common Council a plan for implementing a pilot SEED universal basic income program based on the Stockton model. Ald. Hamilton and Johnson added as cosponsors.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 36A Add position, FTE, and funding for an additional recruiter in the Fire & Police Commission.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 42L Add a footnote to the Adminstration Director position in the Department of Administration, directing that the Administration Director to develop and present to the Common Council a City budget public education and participation initiative. Add $240,000 to the Health Department for a Birthing Moms Pilot Project, $20,000 for a Trauma Informed Care marketing campaign. Add position, FTE, and funding for a Healthy Food Access Coordinator, add four FTE for Operations Driver Workers and necessary operating funds in Public Works to restore biweekly street sweeping service in the Combined Sewer Aerea, create an Earn and Learn Special Fund in the Department of City Development with $72,000 in funding, create a Reckless Driving Task Force Recommendations Special Fund in the Department of Public Works, increase litter can equipment budget by $128,000. Insert a footnote stating it is the intent of the Common Council to implement a workforce development plan with CDBG funding for a contracted litter can collection service. Create an Emergency Housing capital program for lead displacement, homelessness, and prostitution with funding of $300,000 in General Obligation borrowing. Offset new General Obligation borrowing by reducing Police Vehicle General Obligation borrowing. Offset the operation budget increases with a reduction in Police Overtime by $145,669. Replace $240,000 of cash revenues in the Lead Service Line Replacement Program with new borrowing. Eliminate the Bublr special fund in Transportation Fund and increasing the Transportation Fund transfer to the General Fund by $110,000. Increase Stormwater fee by an additional 1.15% for $433,600 and increase the Sewer Maintenance Fund transfer to the General Fund by $433,600. The intent is to have the Comptroller recognize $783,600 of revenue to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Ald. Kovac, Bauman, Rainey, and Johnson added as cosponsors.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 86A Increase cash funding for the Housing Trust Fund by $400,000 and increase Concentrated Blight Eliminatino by $400,000 in General Obligation borrowing. Offset this increase by reducing the Housing Trust Fund General Obligation borrowing by $400,000 and the 10,000 Homes Initiative cash revenues by $400,000.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 88B Add $500,000 of new borrowing to DPW-Infrastructure's Multimodal Transportation Capital Program and offset by reducing new borrowing for sidewalk replacement. Ald. Hamilton, Johnson, and Perez added cosponsors.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 38D Add position and FTE authority, and funding for a Testing Coordinator in the Fire & Police Commission; add $50,000 to Fire & Police Commission operating budget to provide increased contractor capacity for testing/examinations and speed up establishing eligibility lists in 2020. Add $10,000 to Health Vital Records to subsidize free vital records for unaccompanied homeless youths. Offset by reducing Police salaries. The intent is to delay the 2020 Police recruit class by one pay period.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 60A Restore funding for 6 Community Service Officer positions and offset with reduction in Police overtime.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 74A Add $103,000 to DPW's cart budget to purchase 2,000 95-gal organics waste carts. Add $22,000 to DPW's budget for mailers and education/recruitment efforts for expanding the organics collection program. Offset costs with an increase to the solid waste fee. This amendment will require legislation increasing the solid waste fee and revenue recognition by the Comptroller. If revenue is not recognized, the tax levy impact of this amendment will be as stated. Ald. Kovac moved withdrawal of Amendment 74A.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 92A Reduce new borrowing authorization for Police Vehicles by $1,000,000. The intent of the amendment is to reduce overall capital borrowing.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 8B Add funding to the Police Operating Budget to fund the Police Ambassador Program. Offset the increase by reducing the operating budget of all General City departments by a proportional amount. Ald. Hamilton, Borkowski, Bauman, Stamper, Perez, Johnson, and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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11/8/20190 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 98 Create a Violence Interruption Special Purpose Account with $300,000 in funding and offset by reducing Police Overtime.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 1 Each department head is directed to report to the Common Council on the department's activities and strategies for reducing violence in Milwaukee. The intent of the amendment is to raise awareness that violence reduction is a responsibility for all City departments. Ald. Stamper and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 2 DOA Insert footnote directing the Commissioner of Neighborhood Services and Director of the Department of Administration to collaborate on implementing workshops and training sessions for educating local contractors on deconstruction contracting opportunities and successful procurement strategies with the City. Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 3 DOA Add a footnote to the positions of Administration Director and the Commissioner of Public Works stating that they shall collaborate to present a plan to the Common Council for using existing City and community resources to activate City-owned play spaces and to encourage their use by children.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 4 DOA Add a footnote directing the Commissioner of Public Works and the Small Business Development Director to create and execute workshops for contractors on best practices for completing paper work needed for City contracting opportunities. Ald. Stamper, Perez, and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 5 DOA Add a footnote directing the Block Grant Director to cooperate with the Health Department to establish a plan for ensuring that CDBG Grant award recipients receive training in alignment with the goals and objectives of the Blueprint for Peace. Appearing: Steven Mahan, Community Development Grants Administration Nicholas DeSiato, Police Department Ald. Stamper and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 6 DOA Add a footnote to the Chief Information Officer position in the Department of Administration, directing that the Chief Information Officer shall establish a management training protocol in relation to new software platforms for affected City departments. The intent is to ensure upper-level employees are on-boarded with new software platforms.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 7 DOA Create a new SEED pilot program special fund in the Department of Administration with funding of $200,000. Offset by reducing overtime and computer replacement in the Police Department for a total of $200,000. Intent of the amendment is to create a universal basic income program based on the Stockton model. Ald. Lewis moved substitution of Amendment 7 with Amendment 7A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 8 DOA Add $130,000 to the Police Operating Budget to fund the Police Ambassador Program. Offset the increase by reducing the operating budgets of all General City departments, except for the Police Department, by a proportional amount. Appearing: Nicholas DeSiato, Police Department Ald. Ashanti Hamilton, Common Council President Alex Ramirez, Police Department Ald. Murphy moved substitution of Amendment 8 with Amendment 8A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 9 DOA Add $100,000 to a new Street Prostitution Partner Patrol special fund in the Department of Administration. Add a footnote stating Administration Director shall collaborate with the Police Chief to submit an expenditure plan for approval to the Common Council. It is the intent of the Common Council to earmark $100,000 in future CDBG award funding to support this program. Appearing: Alex Ramirez, Police Department Karin Tyler, Office of Violence Prevention Arnitta Holliman, Office of Violence Prevention Ald. Lewis added as a cosponsor.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 10 DOA Add a footnote to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) directing the CIO to establish a reckless driving hotline. Appearing: Nancy Olson, Information and Management Technology Division
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 11 DOA Add a footnote to the Administration Director position in the Department of Administration, directing that the Administration Director shall collaborate with representatives of Milwaukee County, Milwaukee Public Schools and City departments in implementing a One Milwaukee initiative. The One Milwaukee initiative will explore intergovernmental cost- and service-sharing arrangements. The Administration Director shall present a report on the initiative to the Common Council within six months. Appearing: Ald. Ashanti Hamilton, Common Council President Ald. Stamper, Coggs, and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 12 ASSESSOR Add a footnote directing the Commissioner of Assessments to implement a program to contact tenants of commercial tax-exempt buildings regarding interest in participating in the City's Fair Share PILOT program. Ald. Lewis and Stamper added as cosponsors.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 13 ASSESSOR Increase funding for the Violence Prevention Initiative in the Health Department by $200,000. Increase funding for the Operating Expenditures account in the Health Department by $19,948, with the funding to provide free vital records for young adults aging out of foster care. Offset these increases by eliminating stipends and reimbursement for all Board and Commission members, with the exception of the Chairman of the Board of Zoning Appeals. This amendment requires ordinances to be amended to eliminate the stipends and reimbursements for Board and Commission members. If ordinances are not amended, the impact of the amendment will be a $219,948 increase to the tax levy. Appearing: Ald. Nikiya Dodd, 5th Aldermanic District Jeanette Kowalik, Health Department Jamaal Smith, Office of Violence Prevention
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 14 ASSESSOR Increase funding for the Violence Prevention Initiative in the Health Department by $150,547 and add $10,000 to subsidize free vital records. Offset this increase by eliminating stipends and reimbursement for all Board and Commission members, with the exception of the Chairman of the Board of Zoning Appeals and the Fire and Police Commissioners. This amendment requires ordinances to be amended to eliminate the stipends and reimbursements for Board and Commission members. If ordinances are not amended, the impact of the amendment will be a $160,547 increase to the tax levy. Appearing: Ald. Nikiya Dodd, 5th Aldermanic District
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 15 DCD Footnote directing the Commissioner of Department of City Development to present a plan to the Common Council to improve participation and successful outcomes of the Youth Earn and Learn program. This amendment was considered companion to and in conjunction with Amendment 42F.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 16 DCD Footnote directing the Commissioner of City Development to present recommendations to the Common Council on implementing alternative housing models for development that lead to permanent affordability and community ownership. Ald. Perez, Stamper, and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 17 DCD Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of City Development to implement a plan to prevent landlords with a history of eviction abuse from purchasing City-owned properties. Ald. Stamper and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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10/31/20190 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 18 DCD Insert footnote directing the Mayor's Office and the Department of City Development to report to the Common Council a plan for leveraging corporate contact opportunities during the Democratic National Convention.
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Number

190001

 

Version

Original

 

Reference

 

Sponsor

THE CHAIR

 

Title

Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2020 budget.

Drafter

Common Council-City Clerk’s Office

Donald McLeod

4/4/2019

 

Technical correction

Chris Lee

7/16/2019