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File #: 210001    Version: 0
Type: Budget Status: Passed
File created: 4/13/2021 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 11/23/2021
Effective date:    
Title: Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2022 budget.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Indexes: BUDGET
Attachments: 1. Mayor's Veto Letter, 2. LRB Summary of Mayoral Vetoes to the 2022 Adopted Budget, 3. FP 2022 Approved Budget Amendments (Yellow Packet - Revised), 4. 24-Hour 2022 Proposed Amendments (Salmon Packet - Revised), 5. Sub Amendment 2A, 6. Sub Amendment 4A, 7. Sub Amendment 5A, 8. Sub Amendment 5B, 9. Sub Amendment 7A, 10. Sub Amendment 7B, 11. Sub Amendment 8A, 12. Sub Amendment 9A, 13. Sub Amendment 9B, 14. Sub Amendment 11A, 15. Sub Amendment 15A, 16. Sub Amendment 20A, 17. Sub Amendment 20C, 18. Sub Amendment 20D, 19. Sub Amendment 22A, 20. Sub Amendment 29A, 21. Sub Amendment 30B, 22. Sub Amendment 33A, 23. Sub Amendment 35B, 24. Loose Amendment 36, 25. FP 2022 Proposed Budget Amendments (White Packet), 26. City Attorney Budget Amendments Response Letter, 27. Finance Chair 2022 Budget Amendments & ARPA Proposals Submittal Letter, 28. DNS Data for Amendment 28, 29. EDBC Support for FP Amendment 3, 30. Linda Frank Email, 31. Mayor Barrett’s 2022 Executive Budget Address, 32. 2022 Proposed Plan and Executive Budget Summary, 33. 2022 Proposed Executive Budget, 34. 2022 Budget Hearings Cover Letter (Final).pdf, 35. 2022 Budget Hearings Schedule (Revised 08.09.21).pdf, 36. Joint Public Hearing - Speakers and Registrants, 37. Budget Overview Presentation, 38. Budget 2022 Capital Presentation.pdf, 39. LRB Capital Improvements Briefing, 40. Budget 2022 City Revenues Presentation.pdf, 41. Budget 2022 City Debt Presentation.pdf, 42. Budget 2022 Grant and Aid Presentation.pdf, 43. Budget 2022 Contingent Fund Presentation.pdf, 44. LRB Tax Stabilization Fund Briefing, 45. Budget 2022 City Attorney Presentation.pdf, 46. LRB City Attorney Briefing, 47. Budget 2022 City Treasurer Presentation.pdf, 48. LRB Treasurer Briefing, 49. Budget 2022 Comptroller Presentation, 50. LRB Comptroller Briefing, 51. Budget 2022 City-Clerk Presentation.pdf, 52. LRB City Clerk Briefing, 53. Budget 2022 DOA Presentation, 54. LRB DOA Briefing, 55. Budget 2022 Election Commission Presentation, 56. LRB Election Commission Briefing, 57. Special Election Date Possibilities, 58. Budget 2022 Assessor Presentation.pdf, 59. Budget 2022 DNS Presentation.pdf, 60. LRB Assessor Briefing, 61. LRB DNS Briefing, 62. Budget 2022 Employee Relations Presentation, 63. Budget 2022 Mayor's Office Presentation.pdf, 64. LRB DER Briefing, 65. LRB Mayor Briefing, 66. Budget 2022 MuniCourt Presentation.pdf, 67. LRB Municipal Court Briefing, 68. Budget 2022 Deferred Comp Presentation.pdf, 69. LRB Deferred Compensation Briefing, 70. Budget 2022 Employee Retirement System Presentation.pdf, 71. ERS 2022 Presentation, 72. LRB ERS Briefing, 73. Budget 2022 Health Dept Presentation, 74. MHD 2022 Budget Slides (Revised).pdf, 75. LRB Health Briefing, 76. MHD Responses to 2022 Budget Hearing Questions, 77. Budget 2022 DPW-Infrastructure Presentation, 78. LRB DPW Infrastructure Briefing, 79. Budget 2022 Sewer Maint Presentation.pdf, 80. LRB Sewers Briefing, 81. Budget 2022 DPW-Transportation Fund Presentation, 82. LRB DPW Transportation Briefing, 83. Budget 2022 Water Works Presentation.pdf, 84. LRB Water Briefing, 85. Budget 2022 Police Presentation.pdf, 86. MPD 2022 Budget Presentation, 87. LRB Police Briefing, 88. Port Milwaukee 2022 Budget Presentation, 89. Recruit class costs, 90. MPD Department Budget Presentation Follow Up, 91. LRB Port Briefing, 92. Budget 2022 SPA-BOZA Presentation.pdf, 93. LRB BOZA Briefing, 94. Budget 2022 DCD Presentation.pdf, 95. DCD RACM Presentation Proposed 2022 Budget.pdf, 96. LRB DCD Briefing, 97. DCD Social Media Data Report 2021.pdf, 98. Report to Foreclosure committee update 10042021 HIP Fund.pdf, 99. In Rem Acquisition Numbers 2007-2021.pdf, 100. Demo Status Breakdown by Ald District 092821.pdf, 101. Affordable housing TIDs updated 10.4.2021.pdf, 102. BID NID Average Assessed Property Value.pdf, 103. 2021 Budget CCT Grants.pdf, 104. NIDC Strong Neighborhoods Plan Progress Report.pdf, 105. 2021 Targeted Investment Neighborhoods.pdf, 106. DCD support for ACRE graduates updated 10.4.21.pdf, 107. DCD Proposed 2022 Budget F&P follow up, 108. 2021 TID Donations, 109. Evaluation form HFAF FINAL, 110. City of Milwaukee Neighborhood Associations, 111. Budget 2022 DPW Admin Presentation.pdf, 112. LRB DPW Admin Briefing, 113. Budget 2022 DPW-Operations Presentation.pdf, 114. LRB DPW Sanitation Briefing - Rev, 115. LRB DPW Fleet Briefing - Rev, 116. LRB DPW Forestry Briefing, 117. Budget 2022 Library Presentation, 118. LRB Library Briefing, 119. Budget 2022 Fire Dept Presentation.pdf, 120. Budget 2022 Fire and Police Commission Presentation.pdf, 121. LRB Fire Briefing, 122. FPC Budget Presentation for 2022 Budget 10-14-2021 FINAL, 123. LRB FPC Briefing, 124. Amend 32 Revenue Letter_signed, 125. revenue recognition amendment 20c and 20D, 126. 210805 Revenue Letter, 127. Final Numbers After Amendments
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11/23/20210 COMMON COUNCIL VETO OVERRIDDEN

Minutes note: ---Consideration of those items vetoed by His Honor, Mayor Tom Barrett Ald. Murphy moved to dispense with the reading of the Mayor's veto message. There was no objection. Amendment 6, pertaining to: Add position authority and funding for one Assistant Attorney in the Office of the Common Council – City Clerk. Offset by reducing position authority and funding for one Assistant City Attorney in the City Attorney’s Office. The question was put: Shall the foregoing amendment be approved notwithstanding the objection of his honor, the Mayor?
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11/23/20210 COMMON COUNCIL VETO SUSTAINED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/23/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Hamilton moved to amend Amendment 6 with the Proposed Substitute Action (as offered by the Mayor): Restores position authority and funding for 35 Assistant City Attorney positions in the Office of the City Attorney. (Prevailed 13-2)
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11/15/20210 MAYOR VETOED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTED

Minutes note: Final action and vote on this item was taken at the end of the meeting.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Budget amendments approved by the Finance and Personnel Committee were considered first followed by budget amendments submitted under the 24-hour rule and any loose amendments. Amendment 2A Add a footnote directing the City Clerk to work with City departments to provide status updates regarding their Equity Impact Statements. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the common council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has not impact.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 4A Add position authority, funding and FTE for one Grant Compliance Manager position in the Department of Administration-Community Development Grants Administration.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 6 Add position authority, FTE, and funding for one Assistant City Attorney in the Common Council - City Clerk. Offest by reducing position authority, FTE, and funding for one Assistant City Attorney in the City Attorney's Office. The Assistant City Attorney will represent the Common Council - City Clerk as special counsel. Charter Ordinance enabling legislation is required.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 8A Add footnote directing the Department of City Development, in consultation with the City Attorney's Office, to examine the feasibility of City-owned property being used for advertising. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 9A Add $50,000 to the Department of City Development to support the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation’s “Healing Spaces” initiative. The intent is to expand the number of spaces and provide funding for programing in existing spaces. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 9A with Amendment 9B. (Prevailed 13-0)
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 18 Add a footnote to directing the Fire & Police Commission to work with the Fire Department and the Police Department to provide a survey for employees who move out of the city to provide their reasons for moving out of the city. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 20 Increase the deposit to the Employers' Pension Reserve Fund in 2022 by $30,000,000, for a total contribution of $40,000,000. Offset by reducing the Fire Department salaries by $30,000,000. Ald. Murphy moved substitution of Amendment 20 with Amendment 20A. (Prevailed 14-0)
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 21 Reduce Fire Department operating expenditures by $6.05 million and increase Police Department funding by the same amount to fund the hiring of three Police Officer recruit classes of 65 recruits each.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 23 Add a footnote to the Commissioner of Health directing the department to explore the possibilities of capturing more payments from property owners involved in lead remediation. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 24 Add a footnote to the Violence Reduction & Prevention Program Director for the Health Department to provide metrics to evaluate the efficacy of the services of the Office of Violence Prevention.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 25 Add a footnote to the Violence Reduction & Prevention Program Director in the Health Department to provide annual reports related to trauma care and Fire and Police personnel. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 28 Add a footnote that directs the Department of Neighborhood Services to use, at minimum, $400,000 of demolition money for properties in areas of concentrated blight. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 29A Add $400,000 for ten Police Service Specialist - Investigators.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 32 Add funding for a pilot program to establish two (One-North/One-South) Wildflower Planting Beds by increasing Forestry's Professional Services allocation by $25,000. The purpose of this pilot program is to identify cost savings by reducing overall maintenance costs related to contract mowing. This amendment assumes that the total cost will be offset by increasing Sewers transfer to the General Fund. Amendment will require revenue recognition by the Comptroller. If revenue is not recognized, the tax levy impact of this amendment will be as stated.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 5A Add $807,715 to the Assessor's Office Assessment Software capital account to purchase software that will support geo-referenced digital sketches and computer software for assessment valuation accuracy. Reduce City Hall Foundation & Hollow Walk capital account by corresponding amount. Ald. Spiker moved substitution of Amendment 5A with Amendment 5B. (Prevailed 13-0)
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Amendment 7 Add position authority, FTE, and funding of $50,130 for a Human Resources Representative to the Department of Employee Relations. Offset eliminating one Assistant City Attorney position in the City Attorney's office. Ald. Spiker moved substitution of Amendment 7 with Amendment 7B. (Prevailed 13-0)
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 11A Provide $150,000 in the Common Council-City Clerk to support the Alert Neighbor Program (ANP) pilot program to promote collaboration between residents, the City of Milwaukee, and other neighborhood partners to address crime and safety issues in Milwaukee neighborhoods.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 22A Appropriate $164,000 to perform a civilian/sworn personnel resource analysis study. The purpose of the study is to determine the appropriate staffing levels for the Milwaukee Fire Department.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 30B Add $250,000 of funding for 100 Automated License Plate Readers to assist with the auto theft clearance rate.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 9B Add $50,000 to the Department of City Development to support the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation’s “Healing Spaces” initiative. The intent is to expand the number of spaces and provide funding for programing in existing spaces. Reduce DPW-Infrastructure's Equipment account by $50,000. The intent is to supplement DPW-Infrastructure's Equipment account with carryover funding. Ald. Lewis added as a cosponsor.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 20A Increase the deposit to the Employers' Pension Reserve Fund in 2022 by $30,000,000, for a total contribution of $40,000,000. Offset by reducing various department and special purpose account funding. 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. Coggs moved for the Common Council to enter into the Committee of the Whole to hear testimony from the Comptroller's Office and Budget Office. There was no objection. Appearing: Joshua Benson, Deputy Comptroller Dennis Yaccarino, Budget Director Ald. Coggs moved separate action to consider the Police Department portion separately. Ald. Coggs moved for the Common Council to rise from the Committee of the Whole. There was no objection.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 5B Add $141,000 to the Assessor's Office Assessment Software capital account to purchase computer software for assessment valuation accuracy. Reduce City Hall Foundation & Hollow Walk capital account by corresponding amount.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 20D Increase the deposit to the Employers' Pension Reserve Fund in 2022 by $6.4 million. Offset by increasing the Police Department's ARPA allocation. 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. Sponsorship to reflect Ald. Johnson.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Separate action was taken as follows: Amendment 20C Increase the deposit to the Employers' Pension Reserve Fund in 2022 by $23.6 million. Offset by reducing various department and special purpose account funding. 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. Sponsorship to reflect Ald. Johnson.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 5A
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 7B Add position authority, FTE, and funding for a Human Resources Representative to the Department of Employee Relations. Offset by eliminating the position authority, FTE, and funding for the Risk Manager position in the City Attorney's office.
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11/5/20210 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Murphy offered Loose Amendment 36. There was no objection. Loose Amendment 36 Reduce funding, positions, and FTE's in the Milwaukee Public Libraries Central Library Decision Unit. The purpose of this amendment is to make a technical correction to the Proposed Budget to address salary changes from two Department of Employee Relations classification studies.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 1 This amendment will add a footnote to the 2022 Budget requiring all departments to report annually on their integration of the Blueprint for Peace into their work. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 2 This amendment will add a footnote directing the Department of Administration-Office of Equity (OEI) to work with City departments to provide status updates regarding their Racial Equity Plans. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the common council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has not impact. Ald. Coggs moved to substitute Amendment 2 with Amendment 2A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 3 This amendment will add funding of $2,500,000 to the Department of Administration-Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) to provide equitable economic relief for small underserved businesses and organizations in Milwaukee which were negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 4 This amendment adds position authority, funding and an FTE for one Grant Compliance Manager position in the Department of Administration-Community Development Grants Administration. Appearing: Pres. Cavalier Johnson, Common Council Steven Mahan, CDGA Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 4 with Amendment 4A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 5 This amendment will add funding to the Assessor’s Office budget to purchase software that will support geo-referenced digital sketches and computer software for assessment valuation accuracy. The total cost is $807,715 with $666,715 for digital sketches and $141,000 for assessment valuation accuracy. Ald. Spiker moved to substitute Amendment 5 with Amendment 5A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 6 This amendment will add position authority, FTE, and funding for one Assistant City Attorney in the Common Council-City Clerk. The cost is offset by reducing position authority, FTE, and funding for one Assistant City Attorney in the City Attorney’s Office. The Assistant City will represent the Common Council-City Clerk as special counsel. Charter ordinance enabling legislation is required. Appearing: Ald. Jose Perez, 12th Ald. Dist. James Owczarski, City Clerk Celia Jackson, City Attorney Chief of Staff
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 7 This amendment eliminates one vacant Assistant City Attorney position from the City Attorney’s Office and uses the funds, $50,130, to add position authority, funding, and FTE for one Human Resources Representative position to the Department of Employee Relations’ Compensation and Certification Division in the 2022 Budget. The amendment’s intent is to provide additional staffing to assist with an increase in vacancies across all City departments due to the impacts of COVID-19 and COVID-19-related policies. Ald. Murphy offered Amendment 7A. Amendment 7A This amendment eliminates 2 vacant Assistant City Attorney positions from the City Attorney’s Office. The funds are used to (1) add position authority, funding, and FTE for one Human Resources Representative position to the Department of Employee Relations’ Compensation and Certification Division in the 2022 Budget; the amendment’s intent is to provide additional staffing to assist with an increase in vacancies across all City departments due to the impacts of COVID-19 and COVID-19-related policies, and (2) add position authority, funding, and FTE for one Assistant City Attorney in the Department of Neighborhood Services; the intent is to represent the Department of Neighborhood Services as special counsel. Charter ordinance enabling legislation is required. Appearing: Erica Roberts, DNS Commissioner Celia Jackson, City Attorney Chief of Staff Ald. Murphy withdrew Amendment 7A. Amendment 7 Appearing: Makda Fessahaye, DER Director
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 8 This amendment will add a footnote to the Department of City Development to require the Department to examine the feasibility of using City-owned property for advertising purposes. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 8 with Amendment 8A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 9 This amendment provides $100,000 to the Department of City Development to support the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation-administered “Healing Spaces” Initiative. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 9 with Amendment 9A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 10 This amendment will provide $100,000 to the Department of City Development Operating Expenditures account to fund the Alert Neighbor Program.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 11 This amendment will provide $150,000 to the Department of City Development Operating Expenditures account to fund the Alert Neighbor Program. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 11 with Amendement 11A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 12 This amendment will add position authority, FTE, and funding of $159,522 in the Common Council-City Clerk for 4 Legislative Assistant positions.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 13 This amendment will add position authority, FTE, and funding of $119,642 in the Common Council-City Clerk for 3 Legislative Assistant positions.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 14 This amendment will add position authority, FTE, and funding of $235,108 in the Common Council-City Clerk for 14 Legislative Services Aide positions to the Common Council-City Clerk.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 15 This amendment will add $1,000,000 in funding for a participatory budgeting initiative involving American Rescue Plan Act funds in the Common Council-City Clerk’s Office. It will add position authority, FTE and funding for one Grant Administrator position in the City Clerk’s Office to assist in this initiative. Ald. Coggs moved substitution of Amendment 15 with Amendment 15A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 16 This amendment will create an Office of Veterans’ Affairs in the Common Council City Clerk’s Office. It will add position authority, funding and FTE for an Executive Director and a Program Assistant I. It will also add Operating and Equipment Expenditures. Appearing: Ald. Chantia Lewis, 9th Ald. Dist.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 17 This amendment will add funding of $250,000 for the DirectConnect MKE special fund in the Common Council–City Clerk. Appearing: James Owczarski, City Clerk
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 18 This amendment will add a footnote urging the Fire & Police Commission to work with the Fire Department and the Police Department to create and distribute a survey to determine the reasons why personnel have moved away from the City. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact. Ald. Spiker and Murphy added as cosponsors.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 19 This amendment reduces the Fire Department budget by $2,887,514, the equivalent of 2 fire houses, and adds the funding to the Pension Reserve Fund. Appearing: Ald. Robert Bauman, 4th Ald. Dist. Andrew Timm, Assistant Fire Chief Aaron Lipski, Fire Chief
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 20 This amendment will Increase the deposit to the Employer’s Pension Reserve Fund in 2022 by $30,000,000, for a total contribution of $40,000,000. The cost is offset by reducing the Fire Department salaries by $30,000,000. Appearing: Pres. Cavalier Johnson, Common Council
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 21 Reduce Fire Department operating expenditures by $6.05 million and increase Police Department funding by the same amount to fund the hiring of three Police Officer recruit classes of 65 recruits each. Appearing: Pres. Cavalier Johnson, Common Council Leon Todd, FPC Director
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE NOT ACTED ON

Minutes note: Amendment 22 This amendment appropriates $164,000 to the Fire Department to perform a civilian/sworn personnel resource analysis for the purpose of determining appropriate staffing levels for the Milwaukee Fire Department. Appearing: Aaron Lipski, Fire Chief Ald. Spiker moved substitution of Amendment 22 with Amendment 22A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 23 This amendment will add a footnote to the Commissioner of Health directing the department to explore the possibilities of capturing more payments from property owners involved in lead remediation. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact. Ald. Perez added as a cosponsor.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 24 Add a footnote to the Violence Reduction & Prevention Program Director for the Health Department to provide metrics to evaluate the efficacy of the services of the Office of Violence Prevention. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact. Ald. Coggs and Spiker added as cosponsors.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 25 This amendment will add a footnote to the Violence Reduction & Prevention Program Director in the Health Department to provide annual reports related to trauma care for Fire and Police personnel. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact. Ald. Kovac, Murphy, Spiker, and Zamarripa added as cosponsors.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Meeting recessed at 12:17 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 1:05 p.m. Amendment 26 This amendment will add $360,000 to the Health Department to fund one year of unarmed first responders for mental health and homelessness crisis response. The cost is offset by delaying the last police officer recruit class by three pay periods. Appearing: Myra Edwards, MHD Chief of Staff
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 27 Provide funding of $250,000 in the Health Department Office of Violence Prevention. The funding will be used to create a micro-grant youth initiative with funding provided to smaller organizations that work directly with youth involved in reckless driving. The funding will also provide seed funding for a media campaign.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 28 This amendment will add a footnote that directs the Department of Neighborhood Services to use, at minimum, $400,000 of demolition money for properties in areas of concentrated blight. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact. Ald. Murphy added as a cosponsor. Appearing: Erica Roberts, DNS Commissioner
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Minutes note: Amendment 29 This amendment will add position authority, FTE, and $200,000 for five Community Service Officers. It will add $200,000 for five Police Service Specialist - Investigators. The cost is offset by delaying the last police officer recruit class by 4 pay periods and reducing average sworn strength by 10 full time equivalents. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 29 with Amendment 29A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Amendment 30 This amendment will add $900,000 to the Police Department to fund: (1) 10 Police Service Specialist - Investigators for $400,000 and (2) 100 Automated License Plate Readers for $500,000 to assist with the auto theft clearance rate. Ald. Spiker moved substitution of Amendment 30 with Amendment 30B. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 31 This amendment will add position authority, FTE, and funding of $1,060,000 for 21 Operations Driver Worker positions in the DPW-Operations Division for the purpose of assisting with additional sanitation and forestry related services. The intent is to have separate legislation to increase the Solid Waste Fee 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: Bryan Rynders, Budget Office
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 32 This amendment will add funding for a pilot program to establish 2 Wildflower Planting Beds by increasing Forestry's Professional Services allocation by $25,000. The purpose of this pilot program is to identify cost savings by reducing overall maintenance costs related to contract mowing. This amendment assumes that the total cost will be offset by increasing the transfer from the Sewer Maintenance Fund to the General Fund. This amendment will require revenue recognition by the Comptroller. If revenue is not recognized, the tax-levy impact of this amendment will be as stated. Ald. Coggs and Murphy added as cosponsors.
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Minutes note: Amendment 33 This amendment will add funding for Contract Stump Removal Services by increasing DPW-Operations Forestry Division's Professional Services account by $2,980,000. The intent is to have separate legislation to increase the Stormwater Fee 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. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 33 with Amendment 33A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 34 This amendment will reduce the Common Council-City Clerk City Memberships Special Purpose Account by $51,601.
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Minutes note: Amendment 35 This amendment will reduce borrowing authority for the Department of Public Works Street Lighting Improvements capital account by $2,980,000 and increase borrowing authority for the Department of Public Works Stump Removal capital account by the same amount. Ald. Kovac moved substitution of Amendment 35 with Amendment 35B. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 2A This amendment will add a footnote directing the City Clerk to report annually on the Equity Impact Statements submitted by departments and attached to grant resolutions, development agreements, contracts, and changes to penalty provisions in the code. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the common council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has not impact.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 5A Add $807,715 for the purchase of geo-referenced digital sketches ($666,715 one-time purchase) and computer software for assessment valuation accuracy ($141,000 over a 5-year license) to the Assessor’s Office Assessment Software capital account to purchase software that will support geo-referenced digital sketches and computer software for assessment valuation accuracy. Reduce City Hall Foundation & Hollow Walk capital account by the corresponding amount. Appearing: Steve Miner, Assessment Commissioner
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 8A This amendment will add a footnote to the Department of City Development to require the Department, in consultation with the City Attorney’s Office, to examine the feasibility of using City-owned property for advertising purposes. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for the Common Council to adopt legislation to implement the intent of the footnote. If the Common Council fails to pass said legislation, the footnote has no impact.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 9A This amendment provides $50,000 to the Department of City Development to support the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation-administered “Healing Spaces” Initiative. Ald. Murphy added as a cosponsor.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 11A This amendment will provide $150,000 to the Common Council-City Clerk Operating Expenditures account to fund the Alert Neighbor Program.
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Minutes note: Amendment 15A Add $1,000,000 in funding to a possible ARPA funding for a participatory budgeting initiative involving American Rescue Plan Act funds in the Common Council-City Clerk’s Office. Add position authority, FTE and funding for one Grant Administrator position in the City Clerk’s Office to assist in this initiative.
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Minutes note: Amendment 22A This amendment appropriates $164,000 to the Fire Department to perform a civilian/sworn personnel resource analysis for the purpose of determining appropriate staffing levels for the Milwaukee Fire Department. This amendment also intends for the Fire Department to conduct a study to determine placement of fire stations in the city for optimal efficiency.
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Minutes note: Amendment 29A This amendment will add position authority, FTE, and $400,000 for ten Police Service Specialist - Investigators. The cost is offset by delaying the last police officer recruit class by 4 pay periods and reducing average sworn strength by 10 full time equivalents. Appearing: Nicholas DeSiato, MPD Chief of Staff Bryan Rynders, Budget Office Ald. Kovac moved to amend to strike reference to delaying the last recruit class. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 30B Add $250,000 of funding for 100 Automated License Plate Readers to assist with the auto theft clearance rate. Appearing: Nicholas DeSiato, MPD Chief of Staff
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Minutes note: Amendment 29A, as amended. This amendment will add position authority, FTE, and $400,000 for ten Police Service Specialist - Investigators. Ald. Spiker added as a cosponsor.
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 33A This amendment will add funding for Contract Stump Removal Services by increasing DPW-Operations Forestry Division's Professional Services account by $667,000. The intent is to have separate legislation to increase the Stormwater Fee 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: Randy Krouse, DPW Forestry Jeffrey Polenske, DPW Commissioner
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 35B This amendment will reduce borrowing authority for the Department of Public Works Street Lighting Improvements capital account by $3,080,000 and increase borrowing authority for the Department of Public Works Stump Removal capital account by the same amount. Appearing: Randy Krouse, DPW Forestry Jeffrey Polenske, DPW Commissioner
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10/28/20210 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 4A Add position authority, funding and FTE for one Grant Compliance Manager position in the Department of Administration-Community Development Grants Administration.
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Minutes note: -Fire Department Appearing: Thomas Bell, Budget & Management Division Aaron Lipski, Fire Chief Joshua Parish, Assistant Fire Chief Yvette Rowe, Fire Dept. Amanda Lewis, Fire Dept. Schuyler Belott, Deputy Fire Chief Kristen Herreid, Fire Dept. Travis Jones, Deputy Fire Chief A Fire Department Overview was given as follows: Community Goals & Objectives, 2022 Budget Summary, Special Funds, Revenues, Capital Improvements Budget, City of Milwaukee Fire Fatality Report 25 Year Overview 1996-2020, 2020 Milwaukee Fire Department Responses, Sworn Staffing and Vacancies (as of September 29, 2021), Fire Cadet Demographics, Budget & Service Changes, Budget & Service Changes, Mission Statement, Objectives, Demographics, MFD Workgroup on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Recruitment, Testing, Hiring, Retention, and Promotion, Community Focused Branding, 2022 Budget Proposal, Annual Run Total Averages, Response Time Data, Organization Chart, Emerging Dynamics, 2022 Ongoing Challenges/Goals
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Minutes note: Meeting recessed at 12:44 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 12:16 p.m. -Fire and Police Commission Appearing: Bryan Rynders, Budget & Management Division Leon Todd, FPC Director Naomi Gehling, FPC Chief of Staff La'Neka Horton, FPC A Fire and Police Commission Overview was given as follows: Key Performance Measures, 2022 Budget Summary, 2022 Special Funds, 2022 Capital Budget, 2022 Budget Highlights, FPC Organizational Chart, FPC Staff and Needs, Responsibilities & Priorities, 2021 Highlights & Notable Achievements, Recruitments/Examinations in 2021, 2021 MPD Class Demographics, 2021 MFD Class Demographics, 2021 & 2022 Planned Recruitments, 2022 Planned Recruitments, Recruitment Efforts, Current Recruitment/Retention Tactics, Office of Emergency Management & Communications, Public Safety Enhancement Program (PSEP), Community Relations & Engagement, Investigations/Citizen Complaints, Legal Team, Policy Reviews, Collins Settlement Agreement
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Minutes note: -DPW-Admin. Services Appearing: Thomas Bell, Budget & Management Division Jeffrey Polenske, DPW Commissioner Dan Thomas, DPW-Adminstrative Services Donnell Rushing, DPW - Administrative Services A DPW - Adminstrative Services Overview was given as follows: 2022 Budget Summary, Community Goals and Objectives, Performance Measures, Revenues, Major Responsibilities, Compete Milwaukee, Budget & Service Changes
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Minutes note: -DPW - Sanitation Appearing: Mason Lavey, Budget & Management Division Jeffrey Polenske, DPW Commissioner Danielle Rodriguez, DPW - Operations Chuck Schumacher, DPW - Operations Rick Meyers, DPW - Sanitation A DPW-Operations and Sanitation Overview was given as follows: 2022 Budget Summary, Position Change Summary, Operating, Equipment, Special Funds, Revenues, Capital Improvements Budget, Sanitation Operations
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Minutes note: 10:30 A.M. -DPW - Fleet Services Appearing: Mason Lavey, Budget & Management Division Jeffrey Polenske, DPW Commissioner Danielle Rodriguez, DPW - Operations Chuck Schumacher, DPW - Operations Lonnie Fischer, DPW - Fleet Services A DPW-Fleet Services Overview was given as follows: Fleet Services Operations
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Minutes note: -DPW – Forestry Appearing: Mason Lavey, Budget & Management Division Jeffrey Polenske, DPW Commissioner Danielle Rodriguez, DPW - Operations Chuck Schumacher, DPW - Operations Randy Krouse, DPW - Forestry A DPW-Forestry Overview was given as follows: Forestry Operations
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Minutes note: Meeting recessed at 12:18 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 1:38 p.m. 1:30 P.M -Milwaukee Public Library Appearing: Mason Lavey, Budget & Management Division Joan Johnson, City Librarian Jennifer Meyer-Stearns, Milwaukee Public Library Anne Rasmussen, Milwaukee Public Library A Milwaukee Public Library Overview was given as follows: Community Goals & Objectives, 2022 Budget Summary, Salary & Wages, Operating, Equipment, Special Funds, Revenues, Capital Improvements Budget, Budget & Service Changes, Proposed 2022 Budget, 2022 Changes in Service, 2021 Activities, 2021 Activities, 2021 Accomplishments, 2022 Goals
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Minutes note: -Port Appearing: Mason Lavey, Budget & Management Division Adam Tindall-Schlicht, Port Milwaukee Director Jackie Carter, Port Milwaukee Brian Kasprzyk, Port Milwaukee A Port Overview was given as follows: Measures, 2022 Budget Summary, Salary & Wages, Operating, Special Funds, Revenues, Capital Improvements Budget, Capital Asset Renewal Plan, Port Commercial Tonnage, International Cruise Activity, Ongoing Projects & Initiatives
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Minutes note: -BOZA Appearing: Thomas Bell, Budget & Management Division Jeffrey Thomas, BOZA Secretary A BOZA Overview was given as follows: Community Goals & Objectives, Performance Measures, 2022 Budget Summary, Revenues
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Minutes note: -Dept. of City Development Appearing: Thomas Bell, Budget & Management Division Lafayette Crump, DCD Commissioner Vanessa Koster, DCD Deputy Commissioner Amy Turim, DCD Real Estate A Dept. of City Development Overview was given as follows: Community Goals & Objectives, Performance Measures, 2022 Budget Summary, Special Funds, Special Purpose Accounts, Revenues, Capital Improvements Budget, Budget & Service Changes, Overview, 2020-2021 Accomplishments, City Foreclosures, 2020-2021 Accomplishments - Improving Housing, Moving Forward Ald. Kovac left the meeting at 3:55 p.m.
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Minutes note: -Police Department Appearing: Bryan Rynders, Budget & Management Division Jeffrey Norman, Police Dept. Chief Nicholas DeSiato, Police Dept. Chief of Staff Willie Murphy, Police Dept. Inspector Paul Formolo, Police Dept. Inspector A Police Department Overview was given as follows: 2022 Budget Summary, 2022 Proposed Salaries, Proposed Average Strength, 2009-2021 Budget Average Sworn Strength, 2022 Average Sworn Strength, 2019-2020 Officers per 100,000 Residents & 2022 Proposed, Other Staffing Changes, Operating Accounts, Capital Budget, Revenues, Overview, Crime Update, UCR Part 1 Crime Statistics, Robbery, Motor Vehicle Theft & Burglary, Overview of Violent Crime in 2021, Homicides & Non-Fatal Shootings, ShotSpotter, Carjackings by Police District, Gun Recoveries, Auto Thefts, Crashes & Fatalities, Reckless Driving, Traffic Safety Unit, MPD Median Response Times to Dispatched Calls for Service, Citywide Top 10 Calls for Service, Calls for Service by Aldermanic District, Key 2021-22 Initiatives, Community Engagement, Civilianization, Police Reforms & Transparency, Auto Thefts & Traffic Safety, Traffic Safety Unit, 2021 Challenges
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Minutes note: -DPW – Infrastructure Appearing: Jeff Polenske, DPW Commissioner Jerrel Kruschke, DPW City Engineer William Christianson, Budget & Management Division A DPW-Infrastructure Overview was given as follows: Mission & Objectives, Performance Measures, 2022 Budget Summary, 2022 Operating Budget Changes and Highlights, Revenues, 2022 Proposed Capital Budget, Capital Budget Highlights (Paving Programs, Other Infrastructure Programs, Facilities), Proposed Capital Budget - Facilities
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Minutes note: -DPW – Sewer Maint. Fund Appearing: Jeff Polenske, DPW Commissioner Jerrel Kruschke, DPW City Engineer William Christianson, Budget & Management Division Nader Jaber, DPW A DPW-Sewer Maintenance Fund Overview as given as follows: Objectives, 2022 Budget Summary, Special Funds, Capital Improvements Budget, Revenues, User Fees, 2022 Capital Budget Highlights, 2022 Sewer Relay & Lining Projects, 2022 Water Quality Projects, Downspout Disconnection Program
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Minutes note: 10:30 A.M. -DPW – Transportation Appearing: Molly King, Budget & Management Division Jeff Polenske, DPW Commissioner Tom Woznick, DPW David Windsor, DPW Danielle Rodriguez, DPW A DPW - Transportation Fund Overview was given as follows: 2022 Budget Summary, 2022 Operating Budget, 2022 Budget Summary - Revenues, 2022 Capital Improvements, Parking Initiatives, 10th and Mitchell Redevelopment, 2022 Revenues/Expenses, 2021 Budget Status, Streetcar Operation Highlights, Ridership Trend, 2022 Streetcar Initiatives
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Minutes note: Meeting recessed at 12:06 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 12:37 p.m. Ald. Zamarripa excused. -DPW – Water Appearing: William Christianson, Budget & Management Division Jeff Polenske, DPW Commissioner Karen Dettmer, DPW - Water Works A DPW - Water Works Overview was given as follows: Mission & Objectives, Performance Measures, 2022 Budget Summary, Key Operating Budget Changes and Highlights, Revenues, Rate Case, Consumption & Revenue Trends, Water Consumption 2010 through 2021, Capital Improvements Budget, Capital Budget Highlights, Water Main Breaks 2011 through 2021, Lead Service Line Update, Impact of COVID-19, Other Initiatives
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Number

210001

 

Version

Original

 

Reference

 

Sponsor

THE CHAIR

 

Title

Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2022 budget.

Drafter

Common Council-City Clerk’s Office

Laurie Phillip

4/13/2021