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Meeting Name: YOUTH COUNCIL Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/11/2020 4:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Common Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall
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     1. Call to Order at 4:36 pm    Video Video
     2. Roll Call.    Roll call Not available
     3. Pledge of Allegiance was said.     Video Video
     4. Communication from the Community Block Grant Administration Office relative to the 2020 Youth Council allocations.

Minutes note: Appearing: Mayra Alaniz - Community Block Grant Administration Office Rep Ms. Alaniz reviewed the allocation and topics selected on the 2019; She discussed the key points to keep in mind when selecting the agencies and programs to consider for allocation, based on the Youth Council priorities. Projected 2020 Timeline (dates are subject to change): 3/11 Meeting: Brief Recap of CDBG funding, Brief Recap of topics selected last year and projects/organizations funded, begin to brainstorm topics 3/25 Meeting: Continue topic brainstorm 4/10 Meeting: Continue topic brainstorm and/or vote on final topic, explanation of next steps Prepare RFP, Send for YC feedback/approval Define Funding Allocation Amount 4/24 Meeting: RFP Review/Questions, Disclose Funding Allocation amount, explanation of next steps o 3/29 Release RFP o 5/13: Deadline for RFP Responses o 5/14 - 5/17 RFP’s available for review by CDGA and Youth Council o 5/15-5/17: Notify Applicants of date of interview and selection • 5/22 Meeting: Applicant Interviews and Selection of Grantee
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     5. Communication from the Office of Violence Prevention relative to Gun Violence and Teen Suicide.

Minutes note: Appearing: Jamaal Smith - Violence Prevention Manager TeAngelo Cargile Jr. - Youth Injury and Violence PRevention Coordinator Vaynesia Kendrick - Community Outreach Liaison-Adolescent Suicide Mission Statment of the Office of Violence Prevention is to prevent and reduce violence through partnerships that strenghthen youth, families and neighborhoods. Blueprint for Peace Goal Overview: 1. stop teh shooting, stop the violence 2. Promote healing and restorative justice. 3. Support children, youth, and families 4. Promote economic opportunity 5. Foster safe neighborhoods 6. Strengthen capacity and coordination of violence prevention efforts Blueprint for Peace Guiding Principles Community Equity Individual & Community resilience action Suicide Awarenenss and Prevention 2017 State of WI lost 915 2018 117 2019 114
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     6. Announcements.

Minutes note: Introduction of new member of the 4th District - Ella Tummel Justice System - Youth Justice and Youth Incarceration from Wisconsin Policy Forum will be participating in future Youth Council meeting. Members who attended the National League of Cities Conference offered comments on this experience.
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     7. Adjournment.    Not available
     This meeting will be webcast live at www.milwaukee.gov/channel25.    Not available
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