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File #: 211024    Version: 0
Type: Charter Ordinance Status: Dead
File created: 11/2/2021 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 12/14/2021
Effective date:    
Title: A charter ordinance relating to employment of special counsel by the common council.
Sponsors: ALD. PEREZ
Indexes: CHARTER ORDINANCES, COMMON COUNCIL
Attachments: 1. Letter from CA Spencer, 2. 2nd Letter from CA Spencer
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultTallyAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
12/14/20210 COMMON COUNCIL VETO OVERRIDDEN

Minutes note: Ald. Murphy moved to dispense with the reading of the veto message. There were no objections. Veto was not overridden.
Pass8:7 Action details Meeting details Video Video
12/1/20210 MAYOR VETOED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/23/20210 COMMON COUNCIL PASSEDPass15:0 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/15/20210 JUDICIARY & LEGISLATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED FOR PASSAGE

Minutes note: Appearing: Ald. Jose Perez Celia Jackson - on behalf of the City Attorney
Pass3:2 Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/2/20210 COMMON COUNCIL ASSIGNED TO   Action details Meeting details Not available

Number

211024

Version

ORIGINAL

Reference

 

Sponsor

ALD. PEREZ

Title

A charter ordinance relating to employment of special counsel by the common council.

Section

3-03-1.5                     cr

Analysis

This charter ordinance provides that, consistent with state law, the common council may employ and compensate special counsel to assist in or take charge of any matter in which the city is interested.

Body

The Mayor and Common Council of the City of Milwaukee do ordain as follows:

 

Part 1. Section 3-03-1.5 of the charter is created to read:

 

3-03. City Attorney: Duties and Powers.

1.5. The common council may employ and compensate special counsel to assist in or take charge of any matter in which the city is interested.

 

Part 2. This is a charter ordinance and shall take effect 60 days after its passage and publication, unless within such 60 days a referendum petition is filed as provided in s. 66.0101(5), Wis. Stats., in which event this ordinance shall not take effect until submitted to a referendum and approved by a majority of the electors voting thereon.

 

LRB

APPROVED AS TO FORM

 

 

__________________________

Legislative Reference Bureau

Date: _____________________

 

Attorney

IT IS OUR OPINION THAT THE ORDINANCE

IS LEGAL AND ENFORCEABLE

 

 

___________________________

Office of the City Attorney

Date: ______________________

Requestor

 

Drafter

LRB 176998-1

Teodros W. Medhin

10/12/2021