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Meeting Name: JUDICIARY & LEGISLATION COMMITTEE Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/7/2021 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Room 301-B
This is a virtual meeting. Those wishing to view the proceedings are able to do so via the City Channel-Channel 25 on Spectrum Cable or on the Internet at http://city.milwaukee.gov/citychannel.
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     Meeting convened at 1:40PM    Roll call Video Video
200832 01.ResolutionResolution relating to the appeal of Anthony Britton for property damage.

Minutes note: Appearing: Mr. Anthony Britton Tyrone St. Junior - ACA Erin Stoekel - Forestry Based on city attorney's recommendations and Forestry's testimony, Ald. Murphy moved denial.
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200667 02.ResolutionResolution relating to the appeal of Rosale Horton for property damage (6th Aldermanic District)

Minutes note: Appearing: Rosale Horton Brandon Madison (son of Ms. Horton) owner of vehicle involved in the inccident. Tyrone St Junior Erin Stoekel - Forestry Jeff Laufenberg - Forestry Based on
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201454 03.ResolutionResolution relating to the claim of David Mouradian.RECOMMENDED FOR DISALLOWANCE & INDEF. POSTPONEMENTPass5:0 Action details Video Video
201452 04.ResolutionResolution relating to the claim of Lonnie Nash.

Minutes note: Appearing: Atty. Dan Mylen on behalf of Mr. Nash Tyrone St. Junior
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200679 05.ResolutionResolution relating to the appeal of Robert Martin for property damage (11th Aldermanic District)

Minutes note: Appearing: Tyroen St. Junior Mr. Robert Martin Carol Rindt - Sewer Section Based on city attorney's recommendation and department's testimony, Ald. Murphy moved denial of this claim.
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201308 06.ResolutionResolution relating to the appeal of Thomas Tym, agent for Hope Street Ministry, Inc. for property damage.

Minutes note: Appearing: Mr. Thomas Tym, agent for Hope Street Ministry, Inc., Tyrone St Junior - ACA Michelle Thompson - Gray Water Works Based on City Attorney's recommendation and City Department's testimony, Ald. Spiker moved denial of this claim.
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210016 17.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 4170-4172 N 21st Street, in the 1st Aldermanic District to its former owner Alicia Smith.

Minutes note: Appearing: Kimberly Prescott - ACA on behalf of Muni Court Deborah McCollum - DCD Rome Tanz - DNS Margarita Gutierrez - Treasurer Office Ms. Alicia Smith Mailing address should be 4479 N 78th street. Ald. Hamilton asked Ms. Smith to contact his office.
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210028 18.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 4837 N 37th Street, in the 1st Aldermanic District to its former owner EKCJ, LLC C/O Athlene Alexis.HELD TO CALL OF THE CHAIRPass5:0 Action details Video Video
210032 19.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 5024 N 32nd Street, in the 1st Aldermanic District to its former owner SC Cotton LLC c/o KEvin Barnett (RA) application made by Kevine Barnett.

Minutes note: The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions website revealed that SC Cotton, LLC was administratively dissolved on June 13, 2017
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210106 110.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 4105 N 20th Street, in the 1st Aldermanic District to its former owner Tarence W Williams and Mary Williams.HELD TO CALL OF THE CHAIRPass5:0 Action details Not available
210107 111.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 3607 N 20th Street, in the 6th Aldermanic District to its former owner Felicia L Lewis.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass5:0 Action details Not available
210003 112.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 3236-3238 N 40th Street, in the 7th Aldermanic District to its former owner Lacretha Jackson.

Minutes note: Applicant has outstanding traffic, retail theft, illegal occupancy, assault & bettery and vandalism citations $2,268.60 and outstanding building code violations $122.44
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210105 113.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 310-312 S 71st Street, in the 10th Aldermanic District to its former owner Mason Pooler.

Minutes note: DNS garbage and order fee for 1309 S 33rd street in the amount of $45.72, due by noon on June 14, 2021 Delinquent 2020 taxes for property located at 8201 W Burleigh St
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210015 114.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 2251-2253 S 18th Street, in the 12th Aldermanic District to its former owner Hermenegildo Zacaula.

Minutes note: Delinquent 2020 taxes at 2349 S 14th Street.
RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass5:0 Action details Video Video
210104 115.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 1930 N 25th Street, in the 15th Aldermanic District to its former owner Rain Harris.HELD TO CALL OF THE CHAIRPass5:0 Action details Video Video
210014 116.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 1008 W Wright Street, in the 15th Aldermanic District to its former owner Prinston Cameron.

Minutes note: Applicant has outstanding traffic, parking, and zoning citations in the amount of $14,937.50 and Building Code violations in the amount of $1,401.93 All due by noon on June 14, 2021
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210013 117.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 2745 N 33rd Street, in the 15th Aldermanic District to its former owner HHH Home Rental LLC c/o Marshal Henly.

Minutes note: Applicant has outstanding building code violations $4,610.92 2020 Delinquent taxes for 5069 N 50th Street $2,283.52 2020 delinquent taxes for 2562 N 53rd Street $2,696.50
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210216 018.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the City Attorney, by and through the Ethics Board, to enter into a contract for legal services with Boardman & Clark, LLP.

Minutes note: Appearing: Pat Hintz - Chairwoman of Ethics Board Peter Block - ACA
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210229 019.ResolutionSubstitute resolution relating to the removal of board and commission members determined by the Ethics Board to be delinquent in the filing of their statements of economic interests.

Minutes note: Appearing: Pat Hintz - Chairwoman of Ethics Ald, Hamilton asked if this item can be held until the mayor office has had time to reach out to these infividuals.
HELD TO CALL OF THE CHAIRPass5:0 Action details Video Video
201389 020.CommunicationCommunication related to the 2020 annual report and activities of the Ethics Board.

Minutes note: Appearing: Pat Hintz - Chairwoman for Ethics Board
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210223 021.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing the Office of the Common Council - City Clerk to retain outside counsel to assist the Common Council in preparing its response to the special counsel reviewing the adoption of Common Council File Number 201573, and appropriating funds for this purpose.

Minutes note: Appearing Ald. Bauman - Sponsor
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210224 022.ResolutionSubstitute resolution authorizing an appropriation to pay for the special counsel reviewing the adoption of Common Council File Number 201573.

Minutes note: Appearing: Ald. Bauman - sponsor
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210095 123.ResolutionSubstitute resolution directing the Department of Administration - Intergovernmental Relations Division to seek introduction and passage of State legislation relating to the penalty for operation of an unregistered or improperly registered automobile.

Minutes note: Appearing: Ald. Murphy - Sponsor
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210119 024.ResolutionSubstitute resolution relative to legislative bills.

Minutes note: Appearing: Kimberly Montgomery - IRD Director Chris Kraco - DNS Michael Mazmanian - DNS Jordan Primakow - AB-320/SB-344 Relating to: registration and the scope of practice of interior designers and granting rule-making authority. Murphy Opposed -- LRB-3050/1 Relating to: municipal raze orders for certain insured dwellings. Spiker Opposed -- AB-329 Relating to: reporting the use of no-knock entry in the execution of a search warrant. Dodd Support -- AB-330 Relating to: school resource officers. Watch and Report -- AB-331 Relating to: requiring prospective law enforcement officers to complete a psychological examination prior to certification as a law enforcement officer and granting rule-making authority. Bauman Support -- AB-332 Relating to: crisis training for law enforcement officers. Spiker Support -- AB-333 Relating to: crisis program enhancement grants. Murphy Support -- AB-334 Relating to: drug testing of law enforcement officers involved in certain critical incidents while on duty. Spiker support -- AB-335 Relating to: grants to law enforcement agencies for body cameras. Dodd Support -- LRB-1962 Relating to: establishing statewide decertification protocol for law enforcement officers that violate an official use of force policy or terminate employment when under investigation for official misconduct. watch and report
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210119 1 ResolutionSubstitute resolution relative to legislative bills.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass5:0 Action details Not available
210226 025.ResolutionResolution authorizing settlement of claims in the lawsuit entitled D.C.F. v Sonthana Rajaphoumi and City of Milwaukee, Circuit Court Case Number 19-cv-008846.

Minutes note: Appearing: DCA Robin Pederson
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210185 026.ResolutionResolution cancelling real estate taxes levied against certain parcels bearing tax key numbers on the 2017 and 2020 tax rolls, plus interest applicable to date of repayment, if appropriate.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass5:0 Action details Video Video
210232 027.OrdinanceA substitute ordinance relating to the city attorney’s authority to review certain contracts.

Minutes note: Appearing: Ald. Perez - Sponsor
RECOMMENDED FOR PASSAGEPass3:0 Action details Video Video
     The Judiciary and Legislation Committee may convene into closed session on Monday, June 7th, 2021 in Room 301-B, City Hall, 200 E. Wells St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, pursuant to s. 19.85(1)(g), Wis. Stats., for the purpose of conferring with the City Attorney who will render oral or written advice with respect to litigation in which the city is or is likely to become involved and then may go into open session for the regular agenda.    Not available
     This meeting will be webcast live at www.milwaukee.gov/channel25.    Not available
     Meeting adjourned at 9:03PM Joanna Polanco Staff Assistant     Not available
     In the event that Common Council members who are not members of this committee attend this meeting, this meeting may also simultaneously constitute a meeting of the Common Council or any of the following committees: Community and Economic Development, Finance and Personnel, Judiciary and Legislation, Licenses, Public Safety and Health, Public Works, Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development, and/or Steering and Rules. Whether a simultaneous meeting is occurring depends on whether the presence of one or more of the Common Council member results in a quorum of the Common Council or any of the above committees, and, if there is a quorum of another committee, whether any agenda items listed above involve matters within that committee’s realm of authority. In the event that a simultaneous meeting is occurring, no action other than information gathering will be taken at the simultaneous meeting. Times for specific agenda items are estimations. If items cannot be heard at their specified times, they will be heard as soon as practicable thereafter.     Not available
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