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File #: 200001    Version: 0
Type: Budget Status: Passed
File created: 4/21/2020 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 11/24/2020
Effective date:    
Title: Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2021 budget.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Indexes: BUDGET
Attachments: 1. Mayor's Substitute for Amendment 49.pdf, 2. Mayoral Vetoes with Veto Messages, 3. FP 2021 Approved Budget Amendment Packet (Yellow), 4. 24-Hour 2021 Proposed Budget Amendment Packet (Salmon), 5. FP 2021 Proposed Budget Amendments (White Packet), 6. Amendment 1C-Omnibus, 7. Amendment 1D-Omnibus, 8. Amendment 1E-Omnibus, 9. Amendment 1F-Omnibus, 10. Amendment 3A, 11. Amendment 19A, 12. Amendment 20A, 13. Amendment 21B, 14. Amendment 25A, 15. Amendment 28A, 16. Amendment 29A, 17. Amendment 31C, 18. Amendment 33A, 19. Amendment 33B, 20. Amendment 34A, 21. Amendment 38C, 22. Amendment 40A, 23. Amendment 41A, 24. Amendment 44A, 25. Amendment 46, 26. Amendment 47, 27. Amendment 47B, 28. Amendment 49, 29. Finance Chair 2021 Budget Amendment Submittal Letter.pdf, 30. 2021 Proposed Executive Budget, 31. 2021 Proposed Plan and Executive Budget Summary, 32. Mayor Budget Address, 33. 2021 Budget Hearings Schedule (Amended 09.22.20).pdf, 34. 2021 Budget Hearings Cover Letter (Final), 35. 2021 Budget Hearings Schedule (Original), 36. Joint Public Hearing Release, 37. Joint Public Hearing Registrants, 38. Joint Public Hearing FINAL ATTENDEES, 39. Coalition for Safe Driving Comments.pdf, 40. MALC Response to 2021 City of MKE Budget, 41. Budget Overview Presentation.pdf, 42. Budget Capital Improvements Presentation.pdf, 43. LRB Capital Improvement Briefing.pdf, 44. Budget City Revenues Presentation.pdf, 45. Budget City Debt Presentation.pdf, 46. Budget Grant and Aid Fund Presentation.pdf, 47. Budget Contingent Fund Presentation.pdf, 48. LRB Tax Stabilization Fund Briefing.pdf, 49. Budget City Attorney Presentation.pdf, 50. CAO Memo on Neighborhood Revitalization, 51. LRB City Attorney Briefing.pdf, 52. Budget City Treasurer Presentation.pdf, 53. LRB Treasurer Briefing.pdf, 54. Budget Comptroller Presentation.pdf, 55. LRB Comptroller Briefing.pdf, 56. Budget City Clerk Presentation.pdf, 57. LRB City Clerk Briefing.pdf, 58. Budget Dept of Administration presentation.pdf, 59. LRB DOA Briefing, 60. Budget Election Commission Presentation.pdf, 61. LRB Election Commission Briefing, 62. Budget Assessor Presentation.pdf, 63. LRB Assessor Briefing, 64. Budget DNS Presentation, 65. DNS Report on Raze List Projections for 2021.pdf, 66. LRB DNS Briefing, 67. Budget DER Presentation, 68. LRB DER Briefing, 69. Diversity by Department 10.1.20, 70. Budget ERS Presentation, 71. ERS Presentation, 72. LRB ERS Briefing, 73. Budget Mayor's Office Presentation.pdf, 74. LRB Mayor Briefing.pdf, 75. Budget Municipal Court Presentation.pdf, 76. LRB Municipal Court Briefing, 77. Municipal Court Organizational Chart, 78. Budget Deferred Comp presentation.pdf, 79. LRB Deferred Compensation Briefing.pdf, 80. Budget Health Dept Presentation.pdf, 81. Deferred Comp External 2021 Budget.pdf, 82. Health Department Presentation, 83. Health Department Presentation Addendum.pdf, 84. Health Department COVID Update.pdf, 85. Health Dept Lead Prog Funding 2020-2021, 86. LRB Health Budget Briefing, 87. LRB DPW Infrastructure Briefing, 88. Budget DPW-Infrastructure Presentation.pdf, 89. Street Lighting Fee 2021 expenditure breakdown.pdf, 90. Budget Sewer Maint Presentation.pdf, 91. LRB DPW Sewers Briefing, 92. Budget DPW-Transportation Fund Presentation.pdf, 93. LRB DPW Transportation Briefing, 94. Budget Water Works Presentation.pdf, 95. LRB Water Briefing, 96. Budget DPW-Admin Presentation.pdf, 97. LRB DPW Admin Briefing, 98. Budget DPW Operations Presentation, 99. DPW Memo - Streetcar System 2021 Proposed Budget Service Suspension, 100. LRB DPW Sanitation Briefing, 101. LRB DPW Fleet Briefing, 102. LRB DPW Forestry Briefing, 103. Budget Library Presentation.pdf, 104. LRB Library Briefing, 105. Library Supplemental Statistics, 106. Budget Port Presentation.pdf, 107. Port Milwaukee Presentation.pdf, 108. LRB Port Briefing.pdf, 109. Budget BOZA presentation.pdf, 110. LRB BOZA Briefing.pdf, 111. Budget DCD Presentation.pdf, 112. DCD Presentation.pdf, 113. 2021 Proposed budget CCT Grants 2019_Sept 2020.pdf, 114. DCD Report to Foreclosure committee 10122020 HIP Fund, 115. DCD 2020 TINs.pdf, 116. DCD 2020-10-12_NIDC_Memo.pdf, 117. DCD Demo Status Breakdown_100920.pdf, 118. DCD In Rem Acquisition Numbers 2007_2020, 119. DCD support for ACRE graduates 10082020.pdf, 120. DCD Social Media Report 2020_RE and NIDC.pdf, 121. DCD 2019 FUNDED grants, 122. LRB DCD Briefing.pdf, 123. DCD Foreclosed Renovation Fund Activity (2015-2019 YTD 2020 Pipeline), 124. DCD HIPF Budget Request, 125. DCD Proposed 2021 Budget F&P follow up, 126. Budget Police Dept Presentation.pdf, 127. MPD Presentation, 128. MPD Budget Follow-Up To Questions, 129. LRB Police Briefing, 130. LRB Memo on Impact of divestment layoffs on demographics.pdf, 131. Budget Office COPS Grant Memo, 132. Budget Fire Presentation.pdf, 133. MFD Presentation, 134. LRB Fire Briefing, 135. Budget FPC Presentation.pdf, 136. FPC Presentation, 137. LRB FPC Briefing.pdf, 138. Comptroller Letter - Change in 2021 Revenue Estimates Re: Street Lighting Fee, 139. Comptroller Letter - Change in 2021 Revenue Estimates on Budget
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11/24/20200 COMMON COUNCIL VETO OVERRIDDEN

Minutes note: ---Consideration of those items vetoed by His Honor, Mayor Tom Barrett Ald. Coggs moved to dispense with the reading of the Mayor's veto message. There was no objection. Amendment 1E, pertaining to: Adding funding for a SafeHomes Lead Abatement Initiative, and reduced funding for the 10,000 Homes Initiative and the Strong Homes Loan Program. The question was put: Shall the foregoing amendment be approved notwithstanding the objection of his honor, the Mayor?
Pass11:4 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/24/20200 COMMON COUNCIL VETO OVERRIDDEN

Minutes note: Amendment 49, pertaining to: Add funding for an Alert Neighbor Program and reduced funding for overtime in the Police Department. The question was put: Shall the foregoing amendment be approved notwithstanding the objection of his honor, the Mayor?
Fail0:15 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/24/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Stamper moved to amend Amendment 49 with the Proposed Substitute Action (as offered by the Mayor): Remove funding for an Alert Neighbor Program and restore funding for overtime in the Police Department.
Pass14:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/24/20200 COMMON COUNCIL VETO SUSTAINED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/17/20200 MAYOR VETOED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 1D Increase the Milw Arts Board SPA by $60,000. - Create a new City Clerk special fund titled “Community Collaborative Commission initiatives” with $50,000 of funding. - Insert a footnote directing the DCD Commissioner to collaborate with the CDGA, HACM, and other stakeholders to develop an interagency housing plan. - Add $200,000 to the DCD Health Food Access Fund special fund. - Add unfunded positions to the Health Dept and DNS to expand the Lead Program with existing funding sources. - Add $300,000 to Police Prof. Service budget to fund 3 additional CART teams. Offset by eliminating funding for vacant Safety Specialist Sr position in Police and reducing funding for Crossing Guards. - Create a new "SafeHomes Lead Abatement Initiative" capital program in the Health Dept with $500,000 in cash revenues. Offset by a $400,000 cash revenue reduction for the 10,000 Homes Initiative and a $100,000 cash revenue reduction for the Strong Homes Loan Program. The intent is to have separate legislation lift the moratorium on charging City Clerk licensing fees to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass the legislation and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Ald. Murphy moved substitution of Amendment 1D with Amendment 1E. (Prevailed 15-0)
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 2 Add a footnote to the Department of Administration Administration Director position that directs the Administration Director to coordinate with all departments on the development of a COVID recovery plan that addresses the housing, economic and health needs of the community. The recovery plan shall be presented to the Common Council within six months. Ald. Stamper and Hamilton added as cosponsors.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 3A Add two footnotes to the Department of Administration Office of Equity and Inclusion directing the Office to cooperate with the City Clerk Inspector General in conducting a Racial Equity Audit of all city departments and to report to the Common Council on City equity and inclusion initiatives on a quarterly basis. Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 6 Add a footnote to the Department of Administration Budget and Management Director position directing the Budget and Management Director to provide quarterly reports to the Common Council on the status of the Milwaukee Promise.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 7 Add a footnote to The City Attorney that directs the City Attorney to report to the Common Council quarterly on the development and implementation of risk management strategies.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 9 Move the position authority, FTE and funding for the Risk Manager position in the Fire and Police Commission to the City Attorney's Office. Retitle the position as "Risk Manager".
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 10 Add a footnote to the Department of City Development directing the department to survey purchasers of City-owned properties after each sale to evaluate the sales process and to report the findings to the Common Council on an annual basis. Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 11 Insert a footnote to the Commissioner of City Development stating The Department of City Development shall develop a Healing Space Initiative for re-purposing vacant lots in partnership with the Community Improvement Project grant program. Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 14 Eliminate position authority, funding and FTE for the vacant Administrative Services Specialist position in the City Clerk's Office. Reduce funding for the Community Outreach Coordinator position in the City Clerk's Office to half-year funding, with the intent to hold this position vacant for the first six months of 2021. Use the savings to increase funding for the City Clerk's Other Operating Services account to support increased printing and advertising costs for Council mailings, outreach and related activities.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 15 Add position authority, FTE and funding of $50,000 for one position of Management Trainee to the Common Council-City Clerk, with the position to support the Office of Workforce Development. The amendment assumes that the cost will be offset with City Clerk license revenue to be recognized by the Comptroller if the licensing fee moratorium is lifted. If the Common Council does not enact legislation to lift the licensing fee moratorium and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenue, the tax levy impact will be as stated.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 18 Add a footnote to the Director of Employee Relations directing that a report shall be presented with the Department of Administration to the Common Council on the permanent implementation of remote work schedules for City employees.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 25A Add the following footnote to the Health Commissioner: "The Health Department shall collaborate with the Police Department, Fire Department and Fire and Police Commission to make trauma informed care training available for all Police and Fire employees, provide assistance in developing Standard Operating Procedures for offering referrals for trauma informed care to the public, and report on the status of the trauma informed care training initiative to the Common Council within 6 months." Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 26 Add a footnote to the Health Commissioner position directing that the Health Department shall collaborate with the Department of Administration on developing a voluntary Lead Safe Registry initiative for city property owners. Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 28A Add $150,000 to the Domestic Violence special fund in the Health Department to support anger management, nurturing fatherhood training, and domestic violence intervention services for men at risk of domestic or IP violence and, the Coaching Boys to Men. Offset the cost by reducing the Computer Replacement Program special funds in the Police Department. Ald. Hamilton and Stamper added as cosponsors.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 29A Reduce the new Mental Health Community and Outreach Initiative special fund in Health by $250,000. Add an equal amount to the Violence Prevention special fund in the Health Department. The intent is to provide expanded neighborhood funding for Community Resource Navigators. Ald. Hamilton and Stamper added as cosponsors.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 31C Create a new Illegal Dumping Prevention Special Fund in the Department of Neighborhood Services with $25,000 of funding to prevent and prosecute illegal dumping in target areas of the city with the greatest level of habitual illegal dumping. This Special Fund will support work with neighbors and stakeholders to install pole-mounted cameras, signage, education materials, and pursue other prevention methods. Include a footnote stating that the Common Councils intent is to allocate matching Community Development Block Grant funds to purchase and monitor additional cameras. Offset the cost by reducing the DNS Vehicle Rental and Professional Services accounts by $12,500 each. Ald. Hamilton added as a cosponsor.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 34A Insert a footnote on the Multimodal Transportation capital program directing the Department of Public Works to work with the Police Department to establish an appropriate scope of work for a consultant to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the City’s crash statistics and establish tools, such as predictive modeling, that would help City officials target priority locations to reduce fatalities and severe injuries resulting from traffic crashes.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 35 Add a footnote to the Department of Public Works Commissioner position directing the Commissioner to collaborate with the City Clerk Public Information Division on an outreach campaign to educate city residents about reporting street light outages. Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 38C Establish a new "Partnership In affordable Ownership housing and alternatives to home ownership initiative” capital program in the Department of City Development with $3.0 million in cash revenues. Offset by reducing $2.9 million in cash revenues from the Homeownership Initiatives and $100,000 in cash revenues from the In Rem Property Maintenance Program. Ald. Hamilton added as a cosponsor.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 40A Add two footnotes to the new Homeownership Initiatives capital program. One footnote directing the Department of City Development to develop marketing and outreach plans for down payment assistance, co-op, land trust, and other housing initiatives. A second footnote directing that Down payment assistance programs shall target renters and properties in neighborhoods where increases in property values are expected consistent with Section 4.4 of the Anti-Displacement Plan. Ald. Hamilton and Stamper added as cosponsors.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 41A Add the following footnote to Homeowners Initiatives capital program: "The Department of City Development shall develop preservation strategies for affordable housing as recommended in Section 4.5 of the Anti-Displacement Plan." Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 42 Add a footnote indicating that $250,000 of the 2021 Concentrated Blight Elimination capital program shall be used only for demolition in areas with high densities of vacant properties. Priority will given to firedamaged structures.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 44A Reduce borrowing for the Police Vehicle capital program by $350,000, reduce new borrowing for the District Station Repair program by $125,000, and reduce new borrowing for City Hall Foundation & Hollow Walk by $75,000. Add $175,000 in borrowing to the Department of City Development In Rem capital program; and reduce overall borrowing authorizations by $375,000. Ald. Stamper added as a cosponsor.
Pass13:2 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 46 Transfer the ADA Coordinator position in the Department of Administration from the Budget and Management Division to the Office of Equity and Inclusion.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 19 Eliminate funding for one vacant Research and Policy Analyst position in the Fire and Police Commission. Use the savings to increase funding in the Fire and Police Commission's Professional Services. Ald. Murphy moved substitution of Amendment 19 with Amendment 19A. (Prevailed 15-0)
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 24 Provide $500,000 for an unarmed first responder pilot program. Add position authority, FTE and funding of $255,000 for three Firefighter/paramedics in the EMS division. Provide $245,000 for vehicles, supplies and other related program expenses. The intent is for the new positions to partner with mental health professionals to create a blended response unit for responding to non-life threatening but urgent calls for service. Offset the cost by reducing Police salaries.
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 33 Reduce the Police department funding for Crossing Guards and Auxiliary Crossing Guards by half, and reduce Police Other Operating Supplies by $200,000. Intent is to reduce the street lighting fee. Separate legislation reducing the street lighting fee will need to be adopted, if it is not adopted the levy impact will be as stated. The intent is to also further reduce the street lighting fee with $600,000 in additional Licensing revenue to be recognized by the Comptroller, if separate legislation is adopted to reinstate the licensing fees and the Comptroller recognizes the revenue. Ald. Stamper moved substitution of Amendment 33 with Amendment 33A. (Prevailed 15-0)
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 36 Add a footnote to the Department of Public Works Operations Division - Sanitation Section indicating that the Department of Public Works – Operations Division and the Department of Neighborhood Services shall collaborate on establishing a special pick-up service for residents who report illegal dumping. It is the intent to allocate carryover and Community Development Block Grant funding to implement the service. Ald. Hamilton, Rainey, Coggs and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Ald. Dimitrijevic offered Loose Amendment 47. A vote was taken on consideration of Loose Amendment 47. (Prevailed 14-1) No - Dodd Amendment 47 Add $180,000 to the Election Commission operating budget to fund two SafeVote post card mailings to Milwaukee households prior to the Spring Primary and Spring Election, and additional staffing funds as needed to cover two weeks of voter assistance at libraries prior to the primary and the election. The intent is to have separate legislation lift the moratorium on charging City Clerk licensing fees to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass the separate legislation and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Ald. Dimitrijevic moved substitution of Amendment 47 with Amendment 47B. (Prevailed 15-0)
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 1E Increase the Milwaukee Arts Board special purpose account by $60,000. Create a new City Clerk special fund titled “Community Collaborative Commission initiatives” with $50,000 of funding. Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of the Department of City Development to collaborate with the Community Development Grants Administration, the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee, and other local stakeholders to develop a comprehensive, interagency housing plan. Add $200,000 to DCD Health Food Access Fund special fund. Add unfunded positions to the Health Department and DNS to allow for expansion of Lead Program with existing funding sources. Create a new special purpose account under the control of the City Clerk titled "Crisis Assessment and Response Team" with $300,000 of funding to fund 3 additional CART teams. Offset by eliminating funding for vacant Safety Specialist Senior position in Police and by reducing funding for Crossing Guards. Create a new "SafeHomes Lead Abatement Initiative" capital program in the Health Department funded with $500,000 in cash revenues. Offset the cost by a $400,000 reduction in cash revenues for the 10,000 Homes Initiative and a $100,000 reduction in cash revenues for the Strong Homes Loan Program. The intent is to have separate legislation lift the moratorium on charging City Clerk licensing fees to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass the separate legislation and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Separate action was taken, as requested by Ald. Stamper, and a vote was taken on the portion of Amendment 1E related to "Increase the Milwaukee Arts Board special purpose account by $60,000." (Prevailed 9-6)
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Separate action was taken, as requested by Ald. Coggs, and a vote was taken on the portion of Amendment 1E related to "Create a new special purpose account under the control of the City Clerk titled "Crisis Assessment and Response Team" with $300,000 of funding to fund 3 additional CART teams." (Prevailed 10-4-1)
Pass10:4 Action details Meeting details Not available
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Ald. Stamper moved substitution of the remainder of Amendment 1E with Amendment 1F. (Prevailed 15-0)
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Not available
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 19A Add $50,000 of funding in the Fire and Police Commission's Professional Services account in order to conduct a Police Public Satisfaction survey. The intent is to have separate legislation lift the moratorium on charging City Clerk licensing fees to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass the separate legislation and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated.
Pass11:3 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL  

Minutes note: Amendment 33A Eliminate funding for the vacant Research and Police Analyst in FPC; reduce Police Other Operating Supplies by $200,000; reduce Police Contract Reimbursed OT by $400,000. Intent is to reduce the street lighting fee. Separate legislation reducing the street lighting fee will need to be adopted, if it is not adopted the levy impact will be as stated. The intent is to also further reduce the street lighting fee with up to $600,000 in additional Licensing revenue recognized by the Comptroller. Ald. Stamper moved substitution of Amendment 33A with Amendment 33B. (Prevailed 15-0)
Pass15:0 Action details Meeting details Not available
11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 33B Reduce Police Other Operating Supplies by $200,000 and also reduce Police Contract Reimbursed OT by $400,000. Intent is to reduce the street lighting fee. Separate legislation reducing the street lighting fee will need to be adopted, if it is not adopted the levy impact will be as stated. The intent is to also further reduce the street lighting fee with up to $600,000 in additional Licensing revenue recognized by the Comptroller.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 1F Create a new City Clerk special fund titled “Community Collaborative Commission initiatives” with $50,000 of funding. Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of the Department of City Development to collaborate with the Community Development Grants Administration, the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee, and other local stakeholders to develop a comprehensive, interagency housing plan. Add $200,000 to DCD Health Food Access Fund special fund. Add unfunded positions to the Health Department and DNS to allow for expansion of Lead Program with existing funding sources. Add $500,000 in cash revenues to the Emergecny Housing capital program. Offset the cost by a $400,000 reduction in cash revenues for the 10,000 Homes Initiative and a $100,000 reduction in cash revenues for the Strong Homes Loan Program. The intent is to have separate legislation lift the moratorium on charging City Clerk licensing fees to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass the separate legislation and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 1E A vote was taken on the remainder of Amendment 1E excluding those portions already approved.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTED

Minutes note: Final action and vote on this item was taken at the end of the meeting.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Stamper offered Loose Amendment 49. A vote was taken on consideration of Loose Amendment 49. (Prevailed 11-3) No - Bauman, Murphy, Spiker Excused - Lewis Amendment 49 Create a new special fund in the Common Council - City Clerk titled "Alert Neighbor Program" with $150,000 of funding. Offset by reducing Police overtime. Ald. Coggs added as a cosponsor.
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11/6/20200 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 47B Add $90,000 to the Election Commission operating budget to fund one SafeVote post card mailings to Milwaukee households prior to the Spring Election, and additional staffing funds as needed to cover two weeks of voter assistance at libraries prior to the primary and the election. Offset with a reduction to Police overtime.
Pass8:6 Action details Meeting details Not available
10/29/20200 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 1 Eliminate funding for 1 vacant Asst City Attorney position to increase funding for the Milw. Arts Board SPA - Insert a footnote directing the DCD Commissioner to collaborate with CDGA, HACM, and other stakeholders to develop an interagency housing plan. - Add $200,000 to DCD Health Food Access Fund special fund. - Add $10,000 to the Health Dept's Other Operating Services account to provide free vital records. - Add unfunded positions to the Health Dept and DNS to expand the Lead Program with existing funding sources. - Add $300,000 to Police Professional Service budget to fund 3 add’l CART teams. Offset by eliminating funding for vacant Safety Specialist Sr position and by reducing funding for Crossing Guards. - Add $500,000 to "Lead Paint Prevention/Abatement" capital program in the Health Dept for a new "SafeHomes Lead Abatement Initiative" funded with $500,000 in cash revenues. Offset by a $500,000 reduction in cash revenues pro-rated across all capital programs supported by the Beerline TID extension. - The intent is to have separate legislation lift the moratorium on charging City Clerk licensing fees to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Council does not pass the separate legislation and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Appearing: Cavalier Johnson, Common Council President Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 1 with Amendment 1C. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/29/20200 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 2 Add a footnote to the Department of Administration Administration Director position that directs the Administration Director to coordinate with all departments on the development of a COVID recovery plan that addresses the housing, economic and health needs of the community. The recovery plan shall be presented to the Common Council within six months. Appearing: Sharon Robinson, Dept. of Administration
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10/29/20200 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 3 Add a footnote to the Department of Administration Office of Equity and Inclusion directing the Office to cooperate with the City Clerk Inspector General in conducting a Racial Equity Audit of all city departments. The Office of Equity and Inclusion shall report to the Common Council on City equity and inclusion initiatives on a quarterly basis. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 3 with Amendment 3A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/29/20200 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 4 Create a new special fund in the Department of Administration with funding of $100,000 for a new immigrant Welcoming Center, with the intent of helping an immigrant support organization establish a welcoming center for local immigrant residents. Offset the cost by reducing funding for Police Department overtime by $100,000. Appearing: Jose Perez, 12th Ald. Dist.
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10/29/20200 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 5 Create a new special fund in the Department of Administration for Equity and Inclusion Training with funding of $50,000. Appearing: Sharon Robinson, Dept. of Administration Russell Stamper, 15th Ald. Dist.
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10/29/20200 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 6 Add a footnote to the Department of Administration Budget and Management Director position directing the Budget and Management Director to provide quarterly reports to the Common Council on the status of the Milwaukee Promise. Ald. Kovac added as a cosponsor.
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10/29/20200 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 7 Add a footnote to The City Attorney that directs the City Attorney to report to the Common Council quarterly on the development and implementation of risk management strategies. Ald. Lewis added as a cosponsor.
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Minutes note: Amendment 8 Eliminate funding for one vacant Assistant City Attorney position and use the savings to increase funding for the Milwaukee Arts Board special purpose account.
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Minutes note: Amendment 9 Move the position authority, FTE and funding for the Risk Manager position in the Fire and Police Commission to the City Attorney's Office. Retitle the position as "Risk Manager". Appearing: Aldrete Griselda, Fire & Police Commission Ald. Lewis added as a cosponsor.
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Minutes note: Amendment 10 Add a footnote to the Department of City Development directing the department to survey purchasers of City-owned properties after each sale to evaluate the sales process and to report the findings to the Common Council on an annual basis. Appearing: Lafayette Crump, Dept. of City Development Vanessa Koster, Dept. of City Development Russell Stamper, 15th Ald. Dist. Jose Perez, 12th Ald. Dist. Ald. Perez and Kovac added as cosponsors.
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Minutes note: Amendment 11 Insert a footnote to the Commissioner of City Development stating The Department of City Development shall develop a Healing Space Initiative for re-purposing vacant lots in partnership with the Community Improvement Project grant program.
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Minutes note: Amendment 12 Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of the Department of City Development to collaborate with the Community Development Grants Administration, the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee, and other local stakeholders to develop a comprehensive, interagency housing plan. Appearing: Cavalier Johnson, Common Council President
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Minutes note: Amendment 13 Add $200,000 to the Department of City Development for a Healthy Food Access special fund. Offset the cost by reducing overtime in the Police Department by $200,000. Appearing: Khalif Rainey, 7th Ald. Dist.
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Minutes note: Amendment 14 Eliminate position authority, funding and FTE for the vacant Administrative Services Specialist position in the City Clerk's Office. Reduce funding for the Community Outreach Coordinator position in the City Clerk's Office to half-year funding, with the intent to hold this position vacant for the first six months of 2021. Use the savings to increase funding for the City Clerk's Other Operating Services account to support increased printing and advertising costs for Council mailings, outreach and related activities. Appearing: Cavalier Johnson, Common Council President
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Minutes note: Amendment 15 Add position authority, FTE and funding of $50,000 for one position of Management Trainee to the Common Council-City Clerk, with the position to support the Office of Workforce Development. The amendment assumes that the cost will be offset with City Clerk license revenue to be recognized by the Comptroller if the licensing fee moratorium is lifted. If the Common Council does not enact legislation to lift the licensing fee moratorium and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenue, the tax levy impact will be as stated.
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Minutes note: Amendment 16 Add position authority, funding and FTE's for one position of Management Trainee with a salary of $48,670 that will be added to the tax levy.
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Minutes note: Amendment 17 Add position authority, funding and FTE for a new position of Infrastructure Monitor with a salary of $50,000 in the Common Council - City Clerk. Offset the cost with a corresponding reduction in Police overtime Appearing: Khalif Rainey, 7th Ald. Dist.
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Minutes note: Amendment 18 Add a footnote to the Director of Employee Relations directing that a report shall be presented with the Department of Administration to the Common Council on the permanent implementation of remote work schedules for City employees.
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Minutes note: Amendment 19 Eliminate funding for one vacant Research and Policy Analyst position in the Fire and Police Commission. Use the savings to increase funding in the Fire and Police Commission's Professional Services Appearing: Nicholas DeSiato, Police Dept. Griselda Aldrete, Fire & Police Commission Kristin Urban, Dept. of Employee Relations
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Minutes note: Amendment 20 Add position authority, FTE, and funding to the Fire Department to restore an engine house. Partially offset the cost with a $562,500 reduction to the Wages Supplement Fund, a $400,000 reduction to the Police Department overtime account and $200,000 in the Other Operating Supplies account, $200,000 reduction in the Fire Departmet Other Operating Supplies account and an additional $600,000 in revenue from the anticipated restoration of food license fees. The of intent of this amendment is to have separate legislation to restore food license fees, which will increase General Fund revenue by $600,000 and partially offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass necessary legislation to restore license fees and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Ald. Spiker moved substitution of the file with Amendment 20A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 21 Add position authority, FTE, and funding to the Fire Department to restore an engine house. Partially offset the cost with a $562,500 reduction to the Wages Supplement Fund, a $400,000 reduction to the Police Department overtime account, $200,000 in reductions in Fire, a reduction of $200,000 to the Health Department's Mental Health Awareness and Outreach Initiative, and an additional $600,000 in revenue from the anticipated restoration of food license fees. The intent of this amendment is to have separate legislation to restore food license fees, which will increase General Fund revenue by $600,000 and partially offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass necessary legislation to restore license fees and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Ald. Spiker moved substitution of Amendment 21 with Amendment 21B. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 22 Add position authority, FTE, and funding to the Fire Department to restore an engine house. Fund the cost with a $562,500 reduction to the Wages Supplement Fund, a $400,000 reduction to the Police Department overtime account, $100,000 to both the Fire Department Overtime and Other Operating Supplies and an additional $600,000 in revenue from the anticipated restoration of food license fees by 1/1/2021. The of intent of this amendment is to have separate legislation to restore food license fees, which will an increase in General Fund revenue by $600,000 and partially offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass necessary legislation to restore license fees and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated.
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Minutes note: Amendment 23 Reduce Streetcar operating expenditures in the Transportation Fund; increase the Transportation Fund transfer to the General Fund by an equal amount; add position authority, funding and FTEs in the Fire Department to restore part of an engine company. The intent is to have increased revenue to the General Fund from the increased Transportation Fund transfer offset the levy impact. If the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Appearing: Mark Borkowski, 11th Ald. Dist. Jeff Polenske, Dept. of Public Works Ald. Borkowski added as a cosponsor.
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Minutes note: Amendment 24 Provide $500,000 for an unarmed first responder pilot program. Add position authority, FTE and funding of $255,000 for three Firefighter/paramedics in the EMS division. Provide $245,000 for vehicles, supplies and other related program expenses. The intent is for the new positions to partner with mental health professionals to create a blended response unit for responding to non-life threatening but urgent calls for service. Offset the cost by reducing Police salaries. Appearing: Chantia Lewis, 9th Ald. Dist. Aaron Lipski, Fire Dept. Ald. Lewis added as a sponsor.
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Minutes note: Amendment 25 Add the following footnote to the Health Commissioner: "The Health Department shall collaborate with the Police Department, Fire Department and Fire and Police Commission to make trauma informed care training available for all Police and Fire employees, provide assistance in developing Standard Operating Procedures requiring referrals to such training, and report on the status of the trauma informed care training initiative to the Common Council within 6 months." Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 25 with Amendment 25A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 26 Add a footnote to the Health Commissioner position directing that the Health Department shall collaborate with the Department of Administration on developing a voluntary Lead Safe Registry initiative for city property owners. Ald. Lewis added as a cosponsor.
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Minutes note: Amendment 27 Add $175,000 to the Domestic Violence special fund in the Health Department and add $25,000 to a new Boys to Men special fund in the Health Department. Offset the cost by reducing salaries for Crossing Guards and Auxiliary Crossing Guards in the Police Department.
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Minutes note: Amendment 28 Add $125,000 to the Domestic Violence special fund in the Health Department and add $25,000 to new Boys to Men special fund in the Health Department. Offset the cost by reducing salaries for Crossing Guards and Auxiliary Crossing Guards in the Police Department. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 28 with Amendment 28A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 29 Reduce the new Mental Health Community and Outreach Initiative special fund in Health by $250,000. Add an equal amount to the Violence Prevention special fund in the Health Department. The intent is to add violence interrupter coverage for two additional neighborhoods. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 29 with Amendment 29A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 30 Reduce the Department of Neighborhood Services Vehicle Rental and Professional Service accounts by $12,500 each. Add $25,000 to the department's Equipment account to purchase cameras. Include a footnote to the camera purchase stating that the Common Councils intent is to allocate matching Community Development Block Grant funds to purchase and monitor additional cameras. Appearing: Russell Stamper, 15th Ald. Dist.
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Minutes note: Amendment 31 Create a new Illegal Dumping Prevention Special Fund in the Department of Neighborhood Services to prevent and prosecute illegal dumping in the six selected areas of the city with the greatest level of habitual illegal dumping. This Special Fund will support work with neighbors and stakeholders to install pole-mounted cameras, signage, education materials, and pursue other prevention methods. Offset the cost by reducing salaries for Crossing Guards in the Police Department budget by $20,000. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 31 with Amendment 31C. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 32 Add $300,000 to Police Professional Service budget to fund 3 additional CART teams. Offset by eliminating funding for vacant Safety Specialist Senior position in Police and by reducing funding for Crossing Guards. Appearing: Cavalier Johnson, Common Council President
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Minutes note: Amendment 33 Reduce the Police department funding for Crossing Guards and Auxiliary Crossing Guards by half, and reduce Police Other Operating Supplies by $200,000. Intent is to reduce the street lighting fee. Separate legislation reducing the street lighting fee will need to be adopted, if it is not adopted the levy impact will be as stated. The intent is to also further reduce the street lighting fee with $600,000 in additional Licensing revenue to be recognized by the Comptroller, if separate legislation is adopted to reinstate the licensing fees and the Comptroller recognizes the revenue. Appearing: Russell Stamper, 15th Ald. Dist. Nicholas DeSiato, Police Dept.
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Minutes note: Amendment 34 Reduce Police average sworn strength by two, for savings of $158,000. Add funding, FTE and position authority for two new Multi Modal Data Coordinator positions in the DPW-Infrastructure Services Division. The intent is to have these positions support efforts to improve traffic safety. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 34 with Amendment 34A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 35 Add a footnote to the Department of Public Works Commissioner position directing the Commissioner to collaborate with the City Clerk Public Information Division on an outreach campaign to educate city residents about reporting street light outages.
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Minutes note: Amendment 36 Add a footnote to the Department of Public Works Operations Division - Sanitation Section indicating that the Department of Public Works – Operations Division and the Department of Neighborhood Services shall collaborate on establishing a special pick-up service for residents who report illegal dumping. It is the intent to allocate carryover and Community Development Block Grant funding to implement the service. Appearing: Russell Stamper, 15th Ald. Dist.
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Minutes note: Amendment 37 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. Appearing: Rick Meyers, Dept. of Public Works
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Minutes note: Amendment 38 Establish a new "Partnerships in Affordable Housing" capital program in DCD with $5 million in cash revenues. Establish a new $1.5 million "Alternative Home Ownership" capital program in DCD with cash revenue. Offset by reducing cash revenues in Homeownership Initiatives, 10,000 Homes, Strong Homes, Housing Trust Fund and In Rem Properties capital program. Appearing: Russell Stamper, 15th Ald. Dist. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 38 with Amendment 38C. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 39 Add $500,000 of cash revenues to the Health Department's Lead Abatement capital program. Offset the cost by a $500,000 reduction in cash revenues pro-rated across all cash revenue-funded capital programs supported by the Beerline TID extension.
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Minutes note: Amendment 40 Add a footnote to the new Homeownership Initiatives capital program directing the Department of City Development to develop marketing and outreach plans for down payment assistance, co-op, land trust, and other housing initiatives. Down payment assistance programs shall target renters and properties in neighborhoods where increases in property values are expected consistent with Section 4.4 of the AntiDisplacement Plan. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 40 with Amendment 40A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 41 Add the following footnote to Housing Infrastructure Preservation Fund capital program: "The Department of City Development shall develop preservation strategies for affordable housing as recommended in Section 4.5 of the Anti-Displacement Plan." Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 41 with Amendment 41A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 42 Add a footnote indicating that $250,000 of the 2021 Concentrated Blight Elimination capital program shall be used only for demolition in areas with high densities of vacant properties. Priority will given to firedamaged structures. Appearing: Thomas Mishefske, Dept. of Neighborhood Services
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Minutes note: Amendment 43 Reduce new borrowing for Police replacement vehicles by $350,000.
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Minutes note: Amendment 44 Reduce borrowing for the Police Vehicle capital program by $350,000; add $175,000 in borrowing to the Department of City Development In Rem capital program; and reduce overall borrowing authorizations by $175,000. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 44 with Amendment 44A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 45 Reduce new borrowing for Police replacement vehicles by $300,000, reduce new borrowing for the District Station Repair program by $125,000, and reduce new borrowing for City Hall Foundation & Hollow Walk by $75,000.
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Minutes note: Amendment 46 Transfer the ADA Coordinator position in the Department of Administration from the Budget and Management Division to the Office of Equity and Inclusion.
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Minutes note: Amendment 1C Eliminate funding for one vacant Assistant City Attorney position and use the savings to increase funding for the Milwaukee Arts Board special purpose account. Create a new City Clerk special fund titled “Community Collaborative Commission initiatives” with $50,000 of funding. Insert a footnote directing the Commissioner of the Department of City Development to collaborate with the Community Development Grants Administration, the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee, and other local stakeholders to develop a comprehensive, interagency housing plan. Add $200,000 to DCD Health Food Access Fund special fund. Add unfunded positions to the Health Department and DNS to allow for expansion of Lead Program with existing funding sources. Add $300,000 to Police Professional Service budget to fund 3 additional CART teams. Offset by eliminating funding for vacant Safety Specialist Senior position in Police and by reducing funding for Crossing Guards. Create a new "SafeHomes Lead Abatement Initiative" capital program in the Health Department funded with $500,000 in cash revenues. Offset the cost by a $400,000 reduction in cash revenues for the 10,000 Homes Initiative and a $100,000 reduction in cash revenues for the Strong Homes Loan Program. The intent is to have separate legislation lift the moratorium on charging City Clerk licensing fees to offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass the separate legislation and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated. Appearing: Marina Dimitrijevic, 14th Ald. Dist. Claire Evers, Health Dept. Marlaina Jackson, Health Dept. Chantia Lewis, 9th Ald. Dist. Vanessa Koster, Dept. of City Development Ald. Spiker moved substitution of Amendment 1C with Amendment 1D. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 3A Add two footnotes to the Department of Administration Office of Equity and Inclusion directing the Office to cooperate with the City Clerk Inspector General in conducting a Racial Equity Audit of all city departments and to report to the Common Council on City equity and inclusion initiatives on a quarterly basis.
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Minutes note: Amendment 21B Add position authority, FTE, and funding to the Fire Department to restore an engine house. Partially offset the cost with a $562,500 reduction to the Wages Supplement Fund, a $400,000 reduction to the Police Department overtime account and $200,000 in the Other Operating Supplies account, $200,000 in reductions in Fire, a reduction of $250,000 to the Health Department's Mental Health Awareness and Outreach Initiative, and an additional $600,000 in revenue from the anticipated restoration of food license fees. The intent of this amendment is to have separate legislation to restore food license fees, which will increase General Fund revenue by $600,000 and partially offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass necessary legislation to restore license fees and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated.
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Minutes note: Amendment 20A Add position authority, FTE, and funding to the Fire Department to restore an engine house. Partially offset the cost with a $562,500 reduction to the Wages Supplement Fund, a $400,000 reduction to the Police Department overtime account and $200,000 in the Other Operating Supplies account, $200,000 reduction in the Fire Departmet Other Operating Supplies account and an additional $600,000 in revenue from the anticipated restoration of food license fees. The of intent of this amendment is to have separate legislation to restore food license fees, which will increase General Fund revenue by $600,000 and partially offset the tax levy impact of this amendment. If the Common Council does not pass necessary legislation to restore license fees and the Comptroller does not recognize the revenues, the tax levy impact will be as stated.
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Minutes note: Amendment 25A Add the following footnote to the Health Commissioner: "The Health Department shall collaborate with the Police Department, Fire Department and Fire and Police Commission to make trauma informed care training available for all Police and Fire employees, provide assistance in developing Standard Operating Procedures for offering referrals for trauma informed care to the public, and report on the status of the trauma informed care training initiative to the Common Council within 6 months."" Appearing: Reggie Moore, Health Dept.
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Minutes note: Amendment 28A Add $150,000 to the Domestic Violence special fund in the Health Department to support anger management, nurturing fatherhood training, and domestic violence intervention services for men at risk of domestic or IP violence and, the Coaching Boys to Men. Offset the cost by reducing the Computer Replacement Program special funds in the Police Department Appearing: Reggie Moore, Health Dept. Nicholas DeSiato, Police Dept.
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Minutes note: Amendment 29A Reduce the new Mental Health Community and Outreach Initiative special fund in Health by $250,000. Add an equal amount to the Violence Prevention special fund in the Health Department. The intent is to provide expanded neighborhood funding for Community Resource Navigators. Appearing: Reggie Moore, Health Dept. Ald. Coggs and Lewis added as cosponsors.
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Minutes note: Amendment 31C Create a new Illegal Dumping Prevention Special Fund in the Department of Neighborhood Services with $25,000 of funding to prevent and prosecute illegal dumping in target areas of the city with the greatest level of habitual illegal dumping. This Special Fund will support work with neighbors and stakeholders to install pole-mounted cameras, signage, education materials, and pursue other prevention methods. Include a footnote stating that the Common Councils intent is to allocate matching Community Development Block Grant funds to purchase and monitor additional cameras. Offset the cost by reducing the DNS Vehicle Rental and Professional Services accounts by $12,500 each. Appearing: Russell Stamper, 15th Ald. Dist.
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Minutes note: Amendment 34A Insert a footnote on the Multimodal Transportation capital program directing the Department of Public Works to work with the Police Department to establish an appropriate scope of work for a consultant to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the City’s crash statistics and establish tools, such as predictive modeling, that would help City officials target priority locations to reduce fatalities and severe injuries resulting from traffic crashes. Ald. Coggs, Stamper, Lewis, Zamarripa, Spiker, and Murphy added as cosponsors. Appearing: Jeff Polenske, Dept. of Public Works
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Number

200001

 

Version

Original

 

Reference

 

Sponsor

THE CHAIR

 

Title

Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2021 budget.

Drafter

Common Council-City Clerk’s Office

Donald McLeod

4/15/2020