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File #: 220001    Version: 0
Type: Budget Status: Passed
File created: 4/19/2022 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 11/22/2022
Effective date:    
Title: Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2023 budget.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Indexes: BUDGET
Attachments: 1. 2023 APPROVED AMENDMENTS (Blue Book), 2. Motion to Adopt Mayor's Override of 30A-2.pdf, 3. Motion to Sustain Mayor's Veto of Healthy Food Establishment Fund.pdf, 4. Mayor's Veto Message, 5. LRB Summary of Mayoral Vetoes to the 2023 Adopted Budget, 6. Change in 2023 Revenue Estimates, 7. FP 2023 Approved Budget Amendments (Yellow Packet), 8. 24-Hour 2023 Proposed Amendments (Salmon Packet), 9. Amendment 1M, 10. Amendment 5B, 11. Amendment 30A, 12. Amendment 32B, 13. Amendment 32C, 14. Amendment 38B, 15. Amendment 39A, 16. Amendment 40B, 17. FPC Letter 2023 PO classes, 18. Revenue Loss Amount Memo 11.01.22, 19. Revenue Loss Amount Memo 08.31.21, 20. FP 2023 Proposed Budget Amendments (White Book) UPDATED, 21. Amendment 1K - Omnibus, 22. Amendment 1L - Omnibus, 23. Amendment 2A Budget Sheet, 24. Amendment 2A Continued, 25. Amendment 5A Budget Sheet, 26. Amendment 7A Budget Sheet, 27. Amendment 20A Budget Sheet, 28. Amendment 20A Continued, 29. Amendment 32A Budget Sheet, 30. Amendment 39 Budget Sheet, 31. Amendment 43A Budget Sheet, 32. Amendment 43A Continued, 33. Amendment 47A Budget Sheet, 34. Budget Memo on Future Budget Gaps 10-2-22, 35. Comptroller 2023 GEMT Revenue Memo, 36. IRD GEMT Memo, 37. Leg Council Act 228 Memo, 38. FFAF Report 2020_2021, 39. FFAF Progress Slides 2020 & 2021, 40. 2023 FP Chair Memo to Depts on Cuts 09.26.22, 41. 2023 Proposed Plan and Budget Summary, 42. 2023 Proposed Budget In Detail, 43. Mayor Johnson's 2023 Executive Budget Address, 44. 2023 FP Budget Hearings Schedule (Amended 10.06.22), 45. 2023 FP Budget Hearings Cover Letter (Final), 46. Obsolete - FP Budget Hearings Schedule (Amended 10.03.22), 47. Obsolete - FP Budget Hearings Schedule (Original), 48. Obsolete - FP Budget Hearings Schedule (Amended 09.14.22), 49. 2023 Pre Budget Hearings Memo from Finance and Personnel Committee Chair, 50. Diversity by Department 9.20.22, 51. CC Joint Public Hearing Speaker Sign-In Sheets 10.03.22, 52. Budget 2023 Overview Presentation.pdf, 53. Budget Response - Various Percentage Reductions By Department, 54. Compare by Expenditures - % change request to proposed 2023, 55. Budget 2023 Capital Presentation, 56. LRB Capital Improvements Budget Briefing.pdf, 57. Budget 2023 City Revenues Presentation.pdf, 58. Budget 2023 City Debt Presentation (New), 59. Budget 2023 Grant and Aid Presentation.pdf, 60. Budget 2023 Contingent Fund Presentation.pdf, 61. LRB Tax Stabilization Fund Budget Briefing.pdf, 62. Budget 2023 Comptroller Presentation COMBINED, 63. LRB Comptroller Budget Briefing.pdf, 64. Comptroller Supervisory Ratios Response, 65. Budget 2023 City Clerk Presentation, 66. LRB City Clerk Budget Briefing.pdf, 67. City Clerk Supervisory Ratios Response, 68. Budget 2023 City Treasurer Presentations COMBINED, 69. LRB City Treasurer Budget Briefing.pdf, 70. City Treasurer Supervisory Ratios Response, 71. Budget 2023 City Attorney Presentation COMBINED, 72. LRB City Attorney Budget Briefing.pdf, 73. City Attorney Supervisory Ratios Response, 74. Budget 2023 Election Commission Presentation COMBINED, 75. LRB Election Commission Budget Briefing.pdf, 76. Election Commission Supervisory Ratios Response, 77. Budget 2023 Assessor Presentation COMBINED, 78. LRB Assessor Budget Briefing.pdf, 79. Assessor Supervisory Ratios Response, 80. Budget 2023 DOA Presentation.pdf, 81. LRB Dept of Administration Budget Briefing.pdf, 82. DOA IRD Supervisory Ratios Response, 83. DOA ITMD Supervisory Ratios Response, 84. DOA Supervisory Ratios Response, 85. Budget 2023 DNS Presentation COMBINED, 86. LRB DNS Budget Briefing.pdf, 87. DNS Supervisory Ratios Response, 88. Budget 2023 DER Presentation.pdf, 89. DER Presentation, 90. LRB DER Briefing.pdf, 91. DER Supervisory Ratios Response, 92. Budget 2023 Mayor's Office Presentation.pdf, 93. LRB Mayor's Office Budget Briefing.pdf, 94. Mayor Supervisory Ratios Response, 95. Budget 2023 Muni Court Presentation.pdf, 96. LRB MuniCourt Budget Briefing.pdf, 97. Municipal Court Supervisory Ratios Response, 98. Municipal Court Organizational Chart, 99. Budget 2023 Deferred Comp Presentation.pdf, 100. LRB Deferred Compensation Budget Briefing.pdf, 101. Deferred Comp Supervisory Ratios Response, 102. Budget 2023 ERS Presentation, 103. ERS Presentation, 104. LRB ERS Budget Briefing.pdf, 105. ERS Supervisory Ratios Response, 106. Budget 2023 Library Presentation, 107. LRB Library Budget Briefing.pdf, 108. Library Supervisory Ratios Response, 109. Budget 2023 Health Dept Presentation, 110. MHD Presentation, 111. LRB Health Dept Budget Briefing.pdf, 112. MHD Follow Up Memo 10212022, 113. Attachment A - OVP Subawards LRB Request 10052022, 114. Budget 2023 Fire Dept Presentation.pdf, 115. Fire Presentation, 116. LRB Fire Budget Briefing.pdf, 117. Fire Dept Supervisory Ratios Response, 118. MFD Staffing, Salaries & Fringe Over Time, 119. MFD Total ARPA and Levy Funding, 2022 and 2023, 120. IRD GEMT Memo, 121. Leg Council Act 228 Memo, 122. MFD Follow-Up Questions Responses, 123. Budget 2023 FPC Presentation.pdf, 124. FPC Presentation, 125. FPC Presentation Appendix, 126. LRB FPC Budget Briefing.pdf, 127. Budget 2023 Police Presentation, 128. MPD Presentation, 129. LRB Police Budget Briefing.pdf, 130. Average Sworn Strength plus FTEs and Dollars 2009 to 2023 - CORRECTED, 131. Average Sworn Strength plus FTEs and Dollars 2000 to 2023 - CORRECTED, 132. MPD Personnel Requests, 133. 2nd Quarter Race Gender Report - 2022, 134. Driver License Status, 135. SOP and SOI Updates, 136. Budget 2023 Emergency Communications Presentation.pdf, 137. DEC Presentation, 138. Budget Port 2023 Port Presentation COMBINED, 139. LRB Emergency Communications Budget Briefing.pdf, 140. LRB Port Budget Briefing.pdf, 141. Port Supervisory Ratios Response, 142. Port Revenue Budget Response, 143. Budget 2023 BOZA Presentation.pdf, 144. LRB BOZA Budget Briefing.pdf, 145. BOZA Supervisory Ratios Response, 146. Budget 2023 DCD Presentation.pdf, 147. DCD Presentation, 148. LRB DCD Budget Briefing.pdf, 149. DCD Supervisory Ratios Response, 150. Impact Report_HSI 2021 2022.pdf, 151. DCD update 09222022 HIP Fund.pdf, 152. DCD In Rem Acquisition Numbers 2007_2022.pdf, 153. DCD Demo Status Breakdown by Ald. District 09222022.pdf, 154. DCD BID NID AVERAGE ASSESSED PROPERTY VALUE.pdf, 155. DCD 2022 TID Donations.pdf, 156. DCD 2022 funded MAB grants.pdf, 157. DCD 2022 functional org chart2.pdf, 158. DCD 2022 and 2021 CCT Grant Activity.pdf, 159. DCD and NIDC Social Media Report 2022.pdf, 160. DCD Rental Fees Response, 161. DCD StrongHomeLoans2021.pdf, 162. DCD 2021_StrongHomeLoans map.pdf, 163. DCD 2022 Targeted Investment Neighborhoods Update.pdf, 164. DCD 2022-10-4_NIDC_Memo.pdf, 165. 2022 FUNDED Grants w-Ald Dist, 166. 2022 Grants by Ald District YTD 10-11-22, 167. 2021 FFAF Grant Awardees by Ald District, 168. City-Owned Vacant Lots By Aldermanic District, 169. DCD Loans by district, 170. DCD Proposed 2023 Budget F&P follow up, 171. Sales of in rem (tax foreclosed) property by aldermanic district for years 2021 and 2022, 172. RACM-Owned Vacant Lots By Aldermanic District, 173. LRB RACM Budget Briefing.pdf, 174. Budget 2023 DPW-Infrastructure Presentation, 175. LRB DPW Infrastructure Budget Briefing.pdf, 176. Budget 2023 Sewer Maint Presentation (10-11-2022), 177. LRB DPW Sewers Budget Briefing.pdf, 178. Budget 2023 Transportation Fund Presentation (Final Version), 179. LRB DPW Transportation Fund Budget Briefing.pdf, 180. Budget 2023 Water Works Presentation, 181. LRB DPW Water Budget Briefing.pdf, 182. Budget 2023 DPW Admin Presentation.pdf, 183. LRB DPW Admin Budget Briefing.pdf, 184. Budget 2023 DPW-Operations Presentation.pdf, 185. LRB DPW Sanitation Budget Briefing.pdf, 186. LRB DPW Fleet Budget Briefing.pdf, 187. LRB DPW Forestry Budget Briefing.pdf, 188. Fleet Org Chart 100722, 189. Forestry Org Chart 100722, 190. Operations Admin Org Chart 100722, 191. Operations Diversity Demographics 100722, 192. DPW Operations and Transportation Supervisory Ratios Response, 193. Parking Org Chart 100722, 194. Sanitation Org Chart 100722, 195. FP Budget Public Input Hearing In-Person Sign-In Sheets 10.14.22, 196. Virtual Registrants FP Budget Public Input Hearing 10.14.pdf
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11/22/20220 MAYOR SIGNED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/22/20220 COMMON COUNCIL VETO OVERRIDDEN

Minutes note: ---Consideration of those items vetoed by His Honor, Mayor Cavalier Johnson Portions of this file were vetoed by His Honor, the Mayor, on Friday, November 11, 2022. Ald. Dimitrijevic moved to dispense with the reading of the Mayor's veto message. There was no objection. Amendment 1K (Omnibus) Add funding, FTEs and position authority for Library service at four branch libraries and fund temporary Martin Luther King Jr., branch library during construction. Add funding, FTEs and position authority for one and a half Fire engines. Add $42,576 to the City Treasurer. Add $100,000 for the Healthy Food Establishment Special Fund. Add $100,000 for a Fire EMS staffing study. Ald. Rainey moved separate action on the Mayor's veto of Amendment 1K relative to adding $100,000 for the Health Food Establihsment Special Fund. The question was put: Shall the foregoing amendment be approved notwithstanding the objection of his honor, the Mayor? A roll call vote was taken on overriding the Mayor's veto on the portion of Amendment 1K of line 140.10-2 Health Food Establishment Fund in the amount of $100,000. (Prevailed 10 ayes, 2 noes, 1 excused)
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11/22/20220 COMMON COUNCIL VETO OVERRIDDEN

Minutes note: Amendment 1K (Omnibus) remaining portions The question was put: Shall the foregoing amendment be approved notwithstanding the objection of his honor, the Mayor? A roll call vote was taken on overriding the Mayor's veto on the remaining portions of Amendment 1K. (Prevailed 12 ayes, 0 noes, 1 excused)
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11/22/20220 COMMON COUNCIL VETO OVERRIDDEN

Minutes note: Amendment 30A Add position authority, FTE, and funding for two positions to support operations of the Development Center in the Department of Neighborhood Services. The amendment assumes that the cost will be funded from the tax levy. The question was put: Shall the foregoing amendment be approved notwithstanding the objection of his honor, the Mayor? A roll call vote was taken on overriding the Mayor's veto on Amendment 30A. (Failed 0 ayes, 12 noes, 1 excused)
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11/22/20220 COMMON COUNCIL VETO SUSTAINED

Minutes note: Veto is sustained for Amendment 30A.
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11/22/20220 COMMON COUNCIL SUBSTITUTED

Minutes note: Ald. Spiker moved substitution of Amendment 30A with the Mayor's substitute action. There was no objection.
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11/22/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Mayor's substitute action relating to amendment 30A: Adds funding, position authority, and FTEs to support operations of the Development Center in the Department of Neighborhood Services. Retain the positions, and fund them with carryover from unspent 2022 salary funds as follows: BMD-2 Page and Line no., Item Description, 2023 Positions or units, 2023 Amount SECTION 1.A.1. BUDGETS FOR GENERAL CITY PURPOSES DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES 270.6-19, Plan Examiner III, 12, $763,366 270.6-21, Plan Examiner Specialist, 4, $177,036 270.6-22, Program Assistant II, 8, $331,955 270.7-24, O&M FTE'S,189.88, -- 270.8-19, ESTIMATED EMPLOYEE FRINGE BENEFITS, --, $4,993,001 390.1-3, FRINGE BENEFIT OFFSET, --, $-163,674,341 Ald. Spiker moved adoption of the Mayor's substitute action relating to amendment 30A. (Prevailed 12 ayes, 0 noes, 1 excused)
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11/14/20220 MAYOR VETOED   Action details Meeting details Not available
11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTED

Minutes note: Final action and vote on this item was taken at the end of the meeting. Ald. Dimitrijevic made remarks thanking all staff and colleagues involved with 2023 Proposed Budget process and deliberations. Ald. Dimitrijevic moved adoption of the file, as amended.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 1K DOA, CITY CLERK, DCD, FIRE, HEALTH, LIBRARY, POLICE DPW OPERATIONS,TREASURER - Add funding, FTEs and position authority for Library service at four branch libraries and fund temporary Martin Luther King Jr., branch library during construction. Add $100,000 for a Fire EMS staffing study. Add funding, FTEs and position authority for one and a half Fire engines. Add $42,576 to the City Treasurer. Add $100,000 for the Healthy Food Establishment Special Fund. Add $50,000 for the MKE Community Excellence Special Purpose Account in the Common Council - City Clerk's Office. Combine Department of Public Works Special Funds for snow removal, grass mowing, and illegal dumping into a single account for vacant lot maintenance. Offset these increases by using $4 million of American Rescue Plan Act funds, delaying the first Police Officer recruit class by four pay periods, and by reducing the payment to MADACC. Use of ARPA funds requires separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for this specific purpose. If separate legislation is not approved to allocate ARPA funding for this purpose, the amendment could have a tax levy impact. The amendment also adds a number of footnotes to various departments. 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 offerred Amendment 1M. Amendment 1M Add funding, FTEs and position authority for Library service at two branch libraries, and fund temporary Martin Luther King Jr., branch library during construction. Add $100,000 for a fire EMS staffing study. Add funding and FTEs to staff a Fire engeine for six months. Add $42,576 to the City Treasurer. Add $50,000 for the MKE Community Excellence Special Purpose Account in the Common Council - City Clerk's Office. Combine Department of Public Works Special Funds for snow removal, grass mowing, and illegal dumping into a single account for vacant lot maintenance. Offset these increases by using approximately $600,000 of American Rescue Plan Act funds, delaying the first Police Officer recruit class by four pay periods, by reducing the payment to MADACC, and by eliminating three enhanced service Libraries. Use of ARPA funds requires spearate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for this specific purpose. If separate legisaltion is not approved to allocate ARPA funding for this purpose, the amendment could have a tax levy impact. The amendment also adds a number of footnotes to various departments. Footnotes are informational only. It is necessary for hte 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. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 1M. (Failed 3-8)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 2A Add a footnote that directs the Department of Administration to work with each department to develop a basic standard of equity and inclusion. This shall include an examination of potential future budgetary cuts and their impact on City employees and residents. 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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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 3 DOA, CITY CLERK, HEALTH, DNS - This amendment will add a footnote to the budgets of DOA-Information Technology Management Division, Common Council-City Clerk, Health Department and Department of Neighborhood Services directing these departments to work together on streamlining processes for permits and approvals.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 5A DER currently has 1 HR Representative responsible both for supporting labor negotiations and Title VII complaints. This amendment would devote this position fully to labor negotiations, and would add an additional 1.0 FTE to support Title VII complaints, as well as Employee Resource Groups and Unemployment Compensation. The cost is offset by eliminating funding for one Assistant City Attorney. Ald. Dimitrijevic offered Amendment 5B. Amendment 5B The Department of Employee Relations currently has 1 HR Representative responsible both for supporting labor negotiations and Title VII complaints. The amendment would devote this position fully to labor negotiations, and would add an additional 1.0 FTE to support Title VII complaints, as well as Employee Resource Groups and Unemployment Compensation. The cost is offset by increasing vacancy savings in the City Attorney. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 5B. (Prevailed 10-1)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 7A Add a footnote directing the City Attorney's Office to develop a process for working with departments after lost cases or settlement agreements to evaluate risk and create policies, procedures, and training to avoid similar lawsuits in the future. 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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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 8 DCD - This amendment will add a footnote to the Department of City Development to conduct a satisfaction survey of small businesses regarding their experiences working with the Department, and to report the results to the Common Council annually.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 9 DCD, HEALTH, POLICE - This amendment will add a footnote to the budget of the Department of City Development to collaborate with the Police Department and the Health Department - Office of Violence Prevention on worker and neighborhood safety throughout the duration of the Homes MKE Program.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 10 DCD, HEALTH, DPW - Add a footnote that directs the Office of Violence Prevention to work with the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation and the Department of Public Works on possible programming for Healing Spaces and city parks.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 11 DCD, HEALTH - Add a footnote that directs the Office of Violence Prevention to work with the Department of City Development regarding city programs and properties to develop long-term strategies.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 17 FIRE, POLICE - Add a footnote to the Police Department to work with the Fire and Police Commission to annually analyze and report to the Common Council use of Police overtime and to research best practices for making adjustments to policies, procedures, and practices to lessen the use of Police overtime.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 18 HEALTH - Add of footnote that directs the Health Department to examine and recommend changes for lead contractor requirements.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 19 HEALTH - Add a footnote that directs the Health Department Lead program to work with the Office of Violence Prevention to develop longterm strategies for lead intervention responsiveness.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 20A Add a footnote that directs the Library to collaborate with the Health Department's Office of Violence Prevention (OVP) to inform changes to library operations, programming, and partnerships that incorporate and promote OVP's 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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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 21 HEALTH - Add a footnote that directs the Office of Violence Prevention to develop what a community-wide de-escalation/conflict resolution program could look like.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 26 MAYOR, DPW - Add position authority, FTE, and funding of $53,957 in the Mayor's Office for a dedicated director of Vision Zero. Offset by decreasing position authority, FTE, and funding of $53,957 for an Associate Transportation Planner position in the DPW-Infrastructure Multimodal Unit.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 28 DNS - Footnote: Direct DNS to survey developers/ residents about development center experience annually and report results annually to Council.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 31 DNS - Add a footnote that directs the Department of Neighborhood Services to prioritize spending of at least $400,000 of demolition funding on concentrated blight areas.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 37 DPW - This amendment will insert the following footnote: The Department of Public Works shall present a plan to the Common Council to create a pilot program with the goal of recruitment and retention by partnering with workforce development nonprofits working with underserved communities.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 42 DPW, SMF - This amendment will add funding to replace annuals with native plants on select city boulevards by increasing the Sewer Maintenance Fund payment to the General Fund by $25,000. 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.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 43A Add a footnote that directs the Department of Public Works to develop plans to use the city's "Urban Wood' and provide the Common Council a report on their investigations, including the approximate annual commercial value City-produced lumber. 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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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 45 BOZA - This amendment will add a footnote to the budget of the SPA – Board of Zoning Appeals directing BOZA to prepare annual reports on application types, locations, and results, and submit the reports to the Common Council.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 47A Add a footnote to the Police Department Joint Public Safety Radio Upgrade capital project directing that the project will abide by Chapter 16-05-2 of the Milwaukee Code of Ordinances and be competitively bid. 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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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 22 LIBRARY, POLICE - Delay the Police Department’s first police officer recruit class by 3 pay periods. Add position authority, FTEs, and funding to restore the Martin Luther King Library to limited service.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 23 LIBRARY - Add position authority, FTEs and funding in the Library budget to restore the MLK Library to a limited service library. Offset the funding by assuming the allocation of $344,355 in ARPA funds for this purpose. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for this specific purpose. If separate legislation is not approved to allocate ARPA funding for this purpose, the amendment could have a tax levy impact.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 30 DNS - Add position authority, FTE, and funding of $251,487 for four positions to support operations of the Development Center in the Department of Neighborhood Services. The amendment assumes that the cost will be funded from the tax levy. Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 30A. Amendment 30A Add position authority, FTE, and funding for twopositions to support operations of the Development Center in the Department of Neighborhood Services. The amendment assumes that the cost will be funded from the tax levy. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 30A. (Prevailed 7-4)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 32A POLICE - Add 15 Police Officer recruits to the second Police Officer recruit class. Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 32B. Amendment 32B Delay the Police Department's first recruit class by 3 pay periods. Use savings to add 15 Police Officer recruits to the second Police Officer recruit class. Ald. Spiker added as a cosponsor to Amendment 32B. Ald. Dimitrijevic offerred Amendment 32C. Amendment 32C Delay the Police Department's first recruit class by 3 pay periods. Use savings to make a deposit into the Employer's Pension Reserve Fund. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 32C. (Failed 5-6)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 33 POLICE - Increase the Police department's second Police Officer recruit class by 15 recruits. Fund this by reallocating $365,350 of ARPA funds allocated to the Office of Violence Prevention in Council File 210894. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds to fund these expenses in 2023. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for these specific expenses. If separate legislation is not adopted to allocate ARPA funds for these expenses, these expenses will be eliminated in 2023. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 33. (Failed 2-9)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 36 POLICE - This amendment increases the Police Department’s salary account by $159,000 to hire the first Police Officer recruit class one pay period earlier. Fund this by reallocating $235,320 of ARPA funds allocated to the Office of Violence Prevention in Council File no. 210894. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds to fund these expenses in 2023. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for these specific expenses. If separate legislation is not adopted to allocate ARPA funds for these expenses, these expenses will be eliminated in 2023.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 38 DPW - This amendment will add staff to make a fully-staffed MKE Parks section in DPW – Infrastructure Services by repurposing staff and equipment expenses. Changes that are not offset by equal reductions will be levy-funded. Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 38B. Amendment 38B Re-allocate staff and equipment expenses to create a fully staff MKE Parks section. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 38B. (Prevailed 10-0)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 39 DPW - This amendment will add $1 million to DPW-Infrastructure Services High Impact Paving Program and decrease the Professional Services operating account in the Streetcar Unit of the Transportation Fund by $1.4 million. Ald. Spiker offerred Amendment 39A. Amendment 39A Add a footnote to the High IMpact Paving Program requesting that the ARPA TAsk Force allocate $1 million from either the 1st tranche ARPA reallocation or the 2nd tranche allocation to the DPW-Infrastructure Services High Impact Paving Program. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 39A. (Prevailed 9-2)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 40 DPW - This amendment will add $1,000,000 to DPW - Infrastructure Services to offset the reduction in special assessment revenue for traffic-calming installations. The amendment is funded by reallocating $1,000,000 of ARPA funds allocated to DPW-Infrastructure Services for street lighting improvements and repairs. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds to fund additional trafficcalming expenses in 2023. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for that specific purpose. If separate legislation is not adopted to allocate ARPA funds for these expenses, the additional expenses will be eliminated in 2023. Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 40B. Amendment 40B Add $500,000 to DPW-Infrastructure Services to offset the reduction in special assessment revenue for traffic-calming installations. The amendment is funded by reallocating $500,000 of ARPA funds allocated to DPW-Infrastructure Services for signage related to speed reduction. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds to fund additional traffic-calming expenses in 2023. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for that specific purpose. If separate legislation is not adopted to allocate ARPA funds for these expenses, the additional expenses will be elminated in 2023. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 40B. (Prevailed 6-5)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 44 TREASURER - This amendment adds $16,534 to the City Treasurer budget in order to restore 5 part-time staff positions that were cut by the Mayor’s 2023 Proposed Budget.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 46 CAPITAL - This adds $500,000 to the Department of City Development budget to increase funding for the Commercial Corridor program. It is the intent of the sponsor to explore the possibility of raising Board of Zoning Appeals application fees and block-party permit fees as a means of offsetting the additional expenditures.
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 1K A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 1K. (Prevailed 10-1)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 32B A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 32B. (Failed 3-8)
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11/4/20220 COMMON COUNCIL AMENDED

Minutes note: Amendment 32A A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 32A. (Failed 3-8)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offered Amendment 3. Amendment 3 DOA, CITY CLERK, HEALTH, DNS - This amendment will add a footnote to the budgets of DOA-Information Technology Management Division, Common Council-City Clerk, Health Department and Department of Neighborhood Services directing these departments to work together on streamlining processes for permits and approvals. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 3. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 4 ASSESSOR - Provide funding in the amount of $666,715 to the Assessor's Office for contracting the creation of geo-referenced digital sketches to aid in assessment valuation accuracy. Amendment 4 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 6 ATTORNEY, CITY CLERK - Add position authority, FTE, and funding for one Assistant City Attorney in the Common Council - City Clerk. Offset 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. Amendment 6 was withdrawn.
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Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offered Amendment 8. Amendment 8 DCD - This amendment will add a footnote to the Department of City Development to conduct a satisfaction survey of small businesses regarding their experiences working with the Department, and to report the results to the Common Council annually. Appearing: Vanessa Koster, DCD Deputy Commissioner A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 8. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offered Amendment 9. Amendment 9 DCD, HEALTH, POLICE - This amendment will add a footnote to the budget of the Department of City Development to collaborate with the Police Department and the Health Department - Office of Violence Prevention on worker and neighborhood safety throughout the duration of the Homes MKE Program. Appearing: Vanessa Koster, DCD Deputy Commissioner A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 9. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offered Amendment 10. Amendment 10 DCD, HEALTH, DPW - Add a footnote that directs the Office of Violence Prevention to work with the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation and the Department of Public Works on possible programming for Healing Spaces and city parks. Appearing: Vanessa Koster, DCD Deputy Commissioner Ashanti Hamilton, Officce of Violence Prevention Director A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 10. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offered Amendment 11. Amendment 11 DCD, HEALTH - Add a footnote that directs the Office of Violence Prevention to work with the Department of City Development regarding city programs and properties to develop long-term strategies. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 11. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Ald. Spiker offered Amendment 12. Amendment 12 FIRE - Restore a half engine company in the Fire Department by making commensurate cuts in the Fire Chief's leadership team. Appearing: Aaron Lipski, Fire Chief Amendment 12 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Ald. Spiker offerred Amendment 13. Amendment 13 FIRE - Restore half an engine company in the Fire Department. Offset by using an allocation from the 2nd tranche of ARPA funds. Appearing: Aaron Lipski, Fire Chief Amendment 13 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Ald. Spiker offered Amendment 14. Amendment 14 FIRE - Restore half an engine company in the Fire Department with Basic Life Support (BLS) subsidy funding, to be replaced by Ground Emergency Transportation (GEMT) funds. Appearing: Aaron Lipski, Fire Chief Amendment 14 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 15 FIRE - Restore the 1.5 heavy engine companies being decommissioned in 2023 by transferring ARPA funding allocated to provide Basic Life Support (BLS) subsidies to private ambulance providers. Amendment 15 was withdrawn.
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Minutes note: Amendment 16 FIRE - Add a footnote to Fire Chief stating the Fire Chief should consider delaying the engine scheduled to be decommissioned on Jan. 1, 2023. The intent is to apply GEMT funds received in 2023 to fund this engine in the engine scheduled to be decommissioned on July 1, 2023. If GEMT funds are received and sufficient, no engines should be decommissioned in 2023. However, if no or insufficient GEMT funds are received, the Chief should decommission the appropriate amount of engines on July 1, 2023 to operate within the adopted 2023 budget. Amendment 16 was withdrawn.
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Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 17. Amendment 17 FIRE, POLICE - Add a footnote to the Police Department to work with the Fire and Police Commission to annually analyze and report to the Common Council use of Police overtime and to research best practices for making adjustments to policies, procedures, and practices to lessen the use of Police overtime. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 17. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 18. Amendment 18 HEALTH - Add of footnote that directs the Health Department to examine and recommend changes for lead contractor requirements. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 18. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 19 Amendment 19 HEALTH - Add a footnote that directs the Health Department Lead program to work with the Office of Violence Prevention to develop longterm strategies for lead intervention responsiveness. Appearing: Ashanti Hamilton, Office of Violence Prevention Director A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 19. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 21. Amendment 21 HEALTH - Add a footnote that directs the Office of Violence Prevention to develop what a community-wide de-escalation/conflict resolution program could look like. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 21. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 22 LIBRARY, POLICE -Delay the Police Department’s first police officer recruit class by 3 pay periods. Add position authority, FTEs, and funding to restore the Martin Luther King Library to limited service. Amendment 22 was withdrawn.
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Minutes note: Amendment 23 LIBRARY - Add position authority, FTEs and funding in the Library budget to restore the MLK Library to a limited service library. Offset the funding by assuming the allocation of $344,355 in ARPA funds for this purpose. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for this specific purpose. If separate legislation is not approved to allocate ARPA funding for this purpose, the amendment could have a tax levy impact. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 23. (Failed 2-3) Noes - Zamarripa, Coggs, Dimitrijevic
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 24 LIBRARY - Add position authority, FTEs and funding in the Library budget to restore two limited service libraries to full service. The intent of this amendment is to utilize ARPA funding to fully cover cost increases. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for this specific purpose. If separate legislation is not approved to allocate ARPA funding for this purpose, the amendment could have a tax levy impact.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 25 LIBRARY, POLICE - Delay the Police Department's first recruit class by 3 pay periods. Add position authority, FTEs, and funding to restore the MLK Library to limited service. Amendment 25 was withdrawn.
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Minutes note: Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 26. Amendment 26 MAYOR, DPW - Add position authority, FTE, and funding of $53,957 in the Mayor's Office for a dedicated director of Vision Zero. Offset by decreasing position authority, FTE, and funding of $53,957 for an Associate Transportation Planner position in the DPW-Infrastructure Multimodal Unit. Appearing: James Bohl, Mayor Chief of Staff Jerrel Kruschke, DPW Commissioner Ald. Spiker added as a cosponsor. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 26. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Meeting recessed at 12:51 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 1:07 p.m. Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 27. Amendment 27 DNS - Add a footnote that directs the Department of Neighborhood Services to determine the number of additional inspectors that could be hired to expedite the process of starting or occupying a business assuming a $5 increase in the relevant fees related to starting or occupying a business. 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. Amendment 27 was withdrawn.
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Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 28. Amendment 28 DNS - Footnote: Direct DNS to survey developers/ residents about development center experience annually and report results annually to Council. Appearing: Erica Roberts, DNS Commissioner A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 28. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 29 DNS, DPW - This amendment will insert the following footnote to the Department of Neighborhood Services and the Department of Public Works: The Department of Public Works will collaborate with the Department of Neighborhood Services to determine the feasibility of combining DPW's sanitation inspections team with DNS's. Amendment 29 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 30. Amendment 30 DNS - Add position authority, FTE, and funding of $251,487 for four positions to support operations of the Development Center in the Department of Neighborhood Services. The amendment assumes that the cost will be funded from the tax levy. Appearing: Erica Roberts, DNS Commissioner A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 30. (Failed 1-3-1) Noes - Zamarripa, Coggs, Dimitrijevic; Abstain - Spiker
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 31. Amendment 31 DNS - Add a footnote that directs the Department of Neighborhood Services to prioritize spending of at least $400,000 of demolition funding on concentrated blight areas. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 31. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Spiker offerred Amendment 33. Amendment 33 POLICE - Increase the Police department's second Police Officer recruit class by 15 recruits. Fund this by reallocating $365,350 of ARPA funds allocated to the Office of Violence Prevention in Council File 210894. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds to fund these expenses in 2023. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for these specific expenses. If separate legislation is not adopted to allocate ARPA funds for these expenses, these expenses will be eliminated in 2023. Appearing: Ashanti Hamilton, OVP Director Sarah Osborn, Budget Office A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 33. (Failed 1-4) Noes - Zamarripa, Murphy, Coggs, Dimitrijevic
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 34. Amendment 34 POLICE, SPA - Add $50,000 to MKE Excellence fund in Common Council - City Clerk. Offset by increasing Police department personnel cost adjustment to reflect delay in planned hiring of the first Police Officer recruit class. Amendment 34 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 35 POLICE, DPW - This amendment will increase the Vacant Lot - In Rem Mowing & Snow Removal special fund by $650,000 in the Department of Public Works. The intent is to provide 11 mowing cycles for vacant Cityowned lots. The cost will be partially offset by delaying the first Police Officer recruit class in 2023 by 3 pay periods. Amendment 35 was withdrawn.
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Minutes note: Ald. Spiker offerred Amendment 36. Amendment 36 POLICE - This amendment increases the Police Department’s salary account by $159,000 to hire the first Police Officer recruit class one pay period earlier. Fund this by reallocating $235,320 of ARPA funds allocated to the Office of Violence Prevention in Council File no. 210894. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds to fund these expenses in 2023. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for these specific expenses. If separate legislation is not adopted to allocate ARPA funds for these expenses, these expenses will be eliminated in 2023. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 36. (Failed 1-4) Noes - Zamarripa, Murphy, Coggs, Dimitrijevic
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 37. Amendment 37 DPW - This amendment will insert the following footnote: The Department of Public Works shall present a plan to the Common Council to create a pilot program with the goal of recruitment and retention by partnering with workforce development nonprofits working with underserved communities. Appearing: Jerrel Kruschke, DPW Commissioner A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 37. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 38. Amendment 38 DPW - This amendment will add staff to make a fully-staffed MKE Parks section in DPW – Infrastructure Services by repurposing staff and equipment expenses. Changes that are not offset by equal reductions will be levy-funded. Appearing: Jerrel Kruschke, DPW Commissioner Amendment 38 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Spiker offerred Amendment 39. Amendment 39 DPW - This amendment will add $1 million to DPW-Infrastructure Services High Impact Paving Program and decrease the Professional Services operating account in the Streetcar Unit of the Transportation Fund by $1.4 million. Appearing: Jerrel Kruschke, DPW Commissioner A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 39. (Failed 1-4) Noes - Zamarripa, Murphy, Coggs, Dimitrijevic
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 40. Amendment 40 DPW - This amendment will add $1,000,000 to DPW - Infrastructure Services to offset the reduction in special assessment revenue for trafficcalming installations. The amendment is funded by reallocating $1,000,000 of ARPA funds allocated to DPW-Infrastructure Services for street lighting improvements and repairs. The amendment assumes using ARPA funds to fund additional trafficcalming expenses in 2023. This will require separate legislation to be adopted by the Common Council allocating ARPA funds for that specific purpose. If separate legislation is not adopted to allocate ARPA funds for these expenses, the additional expenses will be eliminated in 2023. Appearing: Jerrel Kruschke, DPW Commissioner A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 40. (Failed 1-4) Noes - Zamarripa, Coggs, Spiker, Dimitrijevic
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 41 DPW - This amendment add funding to purchase and replace refuse carts on a 20 year replacement cycle. It is the intent of this amendment to fund to offset the costs by increasing the Solid Waste Fee by an additional 1.75%. 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. Amendment 41 was withdrawn.
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Minutes note: Ald. Spiker offerred Amendment 42. Amendment 42 DPW, SMF - This amendment will add funding to replace annuals with native plants on select city boulevards by increasing the Sewer Maintenance Fund payment to the General Fund by $25,000. 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. Appearing: Jerrel Kruschke, DPW Commissioner Chuck Schumacher, DPW Finance Manager Ald. Coggs added as a cosponsor. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 42. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 44 TREASURER - This amendment adds $16,534 to the City Treasurer budget in order to restore 5 part-time staff positions that were cut by the Mayor’s 2023 Proposed Budget. Amendment 44 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 45. Amendment 45 BOZA - This amendment will add a footnote to the budget of the SPA – Board of Zoning Appeals directing BOZA to prepare annual reports on application types, locations, and results, and submit the reports to the Common Council. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 45. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED (WITHDRAWN)

Minutes note: Amendment 46 CAPITAL - This adds $500,000 to the Department of City Development budget to increase funding for the Commercial Corridor program. It is the intent of the sponsor to explore the possibility of raising Board of Zoning Appeals application fees and block-party permit fees as a means of offsetting the additional expenditures. Amendment 46 was withdrawn.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE REFERRED WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION AND ASSIGNED TO

Minutes note: Numbers were given in relation to the Proposed 2023 Budget with Finance and Personnel Committee budget amendments compared to the Mayor's Proposed 2023 Budget as follows: Total Budget: $1,715,265,193 Proposed; $1,715,773,515 Amended; $508,322 Change Levy Budget: $1,277,025,070 Proposed; $1,277,508,392 Amended; $483,322 Change Levy: $311,202,826 Proposed; $311,186,148 Amended; -$16,678 Change Tax rate: $9.16 Proposed; $9.16 Amended; $0 Change Positions: 7,817 Proposed; 7,863 Amended; 46.00 Change O&M FTE's: 5,777.38 Proposed; 5,768.71 Amended; (8.67) Change Non-O&M FTE's: 1,419.38 Proposed; 1,461.63 Amended; 42.25 Change Total FTE's: 7,196.76 Proposed; 7,230.34 Amended; 33.58 Change The Levy will decrease by another $25,000 once the increased transfer from Sewer Maintenance is recognized by the Comptroller.
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offered Amendment 2A. Amendment 2A Add a footnote that directs the Department of Administration to work with each department to develop a basic standard of equity and inclusion. This shall include an examination of potential future budgetary cuts and their impact on City employees and residents. 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. Appearing: Sharon Robinson, DOA Ald. Coggs moved amending Amendment 2 to Amendment 2A. No objections. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 2A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Zamarripa offered amendment 5A. Amendment 5A DER currently has 1 HR Representative responsible both for supporting labor negotiations and Title VII complaints. This amendment would devote this position fully to labor negotiations, and would add an additional 1.0 FTE to support Title VII complaints, as well as Employee Resource Groups and Unemployment Compensation. The cost is offset by eliminating funding for one Assistant City Attorney. Also appearing: Harper Donahue, IV, DER Director Nicole Fleck, DER Labor Negotiator Ald. Zamarripa moved amending Amendment 5 to Amendment 5A. No objections. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 5A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offered Amendment 7A. Amendment 7A Add a footnote directing the City Attorney's Office to develop a process for working with departments after lost cases or settlement agreements to evaluate risk and create policies, procedures, and training to avoid similar lawsuits in the future. 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. Appearing: Todd Farris, Deputy City Attorney Tawauna Swanigan, City Attorney's Office Ald. Coggs moved amendment Amendment 7 to Amendment 7A. No objections A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 7A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 20A. Amendment 20A This footnote directs the Library to collaborate with the Health Department’s Office of Violence Prevention to inform changes to library operations, programming and partnerships that incorporate and promote and the work being done by the Office of Violence Prevention. Ald. Coggs moved amending Amendment 20 to Amendment 20A. No objections. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 20A. (Prevailed 4-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Murphy offerred Amendment 32A. Amendment 32A Add 15 Police Officer recruits to the second Police Officer recruit class. Appearing: Leon Todd, FPC Director Nicholas DeSiato, MPD Chief of Staff Ald. Murphy moved amending Amendment 32 to Amendment 32A. No objections. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 32A. (Failed 2-3) Noes - Zamarripa, Coggs, Dimitrijevic
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Coggs offerred Amendment 43A. Amendment 43A Add a footnote that directs the Department of Public Works to develop plans to use the city's "Urban Wood' and provide the Common Council a report on their investigations, including the approximate annual commercial value City-produced lumber. 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 amending Amendment 43 to Amendment 43A. No objections. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 43A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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10/27/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AMENDED

Minutes note: Ald. Zamarripa offerred Amendment 47A. Amendment 47A Add a footnote to the Police Department Joint Public Safety Radio Upgrade capital project directing that the project will abide by Chapter 16-05-2 of the Milwaukee Code of Ordinances and be competitively bid. 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 added as a cosponsor. Appearing: Nicholas DeSiato, MPD Chief of Staff Aaron Lipski, Fire Chief Ald. Zamarripa moved amending Amendment 47 to Amendment 47A. No objections. A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 47A. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: A roll call vote was taken on Amendment 1K. (Prevailed 4-1) No - Murphy
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10/14/20220 FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE HELD TO CALL OF THE CHAIR

Minutes note: Providing public testimony: Ryan Daniels Willie Wilson Rita Lee Tianetta Davis Amanda Merkwae Linda Elmer Trasus Wright James Stein Valerie Ricks Brook Love Mark Pelzek Willie Pritchard Bob Mlynarek Alexander Ayala Brian Merkel Bruce Wiggins Maria Beltran Jennifer Evans
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Number

220001

 

Version

Original

 

Reference

 

Sponsor

THE CHAIR

 

Title

Communication from the Mayor relating to the proposed 2023 budget.

Drafter

Common Council-City Clerk’s Office

Laurie Phillip

4/19/2022