City of Milwaukee 200 E. Wells Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
53202
Meeting Agenda
COMMON COUNCIL

Tuesday, September 24, 2002
9:00 AM Common Council Chambers


 
Marvin E. Pratt, 1st District
President
Angel Sanchez, 12th District
 
Terrance J. Herron, 2nd District Fredrick G. Gordon, 7th District Jeffrey A. Pawlinski, 13th District
 
Michael S. D'Amato, 3rd District Robert G. Donovan, 8th District Suzanne M. Breier, 14th District
 
Paul A. Henningsen, 4th District Donald F. Richards, 9th District Thomas G. Nardelli, 15th District
 
James A. Bohl, 5th District Rosa N. Cameron, 10th District Michael J. Murphy, 16th District
 
Marlene E. Johnson-Odom, 6th District Joe Dudzik, 11th District Willie L. Hines, Jr., 17th District
 
Order of Business
 
1. Roll Call
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Invocation or Silent Meditation
4. Approval of Previous Minutes
5. Presentations
6. Unfinished Business
7. Message from His Honor, Mayor John O. Norquist,
relative to the proposed executive budget for the year 2003 and to consider
the following:
Communication from the Mayor transmitting the proposed budget for the year
2003.
8. Reports of Standing Committees
Finance and Personnel Committee, Ald. Fredrick Gordon, Chair;
Ald. Michael Murphy, V-Chair
Utilities and Licenses, Ald. Pawlinski, Chair; Ald. Herron, Vice-Chair
Judiciary and Legislation, Ald. D'Amato, Chair; Ald. Richards, Vice-Chair
Public Safety, Ald. Nardelli, Chair; Ald. Cameron, Vice-Chair
Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development, Ald. Henningsen, Chair;
Ald. Johnson-Odom, Vice-Chair
Community Development, Ald. Richards, Chair, Ald. Sanchez,
Vice-Chair
Public Improvements, Ald. Breier, Chair; Ald. Donovan, Vice-Chair
9. Communications to be Ordered on File
10. Resolutions and motions for immediate adoption
11. Presentation of ordinances, resolutions, motions and communications

 
PLEASE NOTE: There are matters pending before the standing committees of the Common Council that may, in the regular course of
business, be taken away from said committees or taken from file and acted upon by the Common Council at this meeting. Other matters
having had hearings and being recommended for action by a standing committee may be presented to the Common Council off the printed
agenda. There may also be other resolutions presented for immediate adoption.

 
Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities through sign language interpreters

 
THE FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:
 
PASSAGE OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
1) 020489 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Substitute ordinance to further amend the 2002 offices and positions in the City
Service under control of the Common Council.
 
2) 020622 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Substitute ordinance to further amend the 2002 rates of pay of offices and positions
in the City Service under control of the Common Council.
 
3) 020754 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
An ordinance relating to mileage reimbursements for certain employes.
---Pursuant to the terms of recently-completed labor negotiations, this ordinance
increases the base monthly mileage reimbursement received by employes
represented by the Staff Nurses' Council from the current $35 to $40. This change
is effective January 1, 2002.
 
ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
4) 011296 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 1/22/02
Substitute resolution appropriating $80,000 from the 2002 Special Purpose Account
Reimbursable Services Advance Fund to the Department of Employee Relations.
 
5) 020377 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 6/19/02
Substitute resolution authorizing attendance at conventions, seminars and other
travel and further authorizing expenditure of departmental budgeted funds for that
purpose.
---($2,446.15)
 
6) 020717 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution relative to application, acceptance and funding of the Racial and Ethnic
Disparities in Immunization Initiative.
---New grant from the Centers for Disease Control through the State of Wisconsin
Division of Health and Family Services in the amount of $189,596, from 9/1/02 to
8/31/03 for the purpose of increasing and improving influenza and pneumonia
vaccination rates for adults 65 years of age and older in African American and
Hispanic communities.

---Changes to positions ordinance included under item 1.
 
7) 020742 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing an appropriation of $300,000 from the Common
Council Contingent Fund to the Damages & Claims Fund.
 
8) 020771 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution relating to the 2002 Capital Improvements Budget deferred
projects and programs.
---($2,100,000)
 
9) 020772 SPONSORED BY: FINANCE & PERSONNEL
COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02

Resolution appropriating $8,291.19 from the Common Council Contingent Fund to
supplement the 2002 Special Purpose Account � Firemen's Relief Fund.
(Comptroller's Office)
 
10) 020777 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution amending File Number 020568 as relates to the refunding of
any or all of City of Milwaukee General Obligation debt.
 
11) 020781 SPONSORED BY: ALD. MURPHY INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution authorizing the issuance of short-term general obligation notes for
funding the City's matching share of a Federal National Recreational Trails grant
that will be administered through the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
for providing improvements to the Hawthorne Glen Outdoor Educational Center.
(Comptroller's Office)
---The grant is in a total amount of $134,600 of which 50% ($67,300) would be
Grantor funding and 50% ($67,300) would be City borrowed Grantee funding.
 
12) 020782 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution relative to application for a Books2Go-Libros para Llevar Grant.
(Library)
---New grant from the State of Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The
purpose of the project is to provide outreach services to Latino children and to
educate parents and child care providers on the benefits of the library and the
importance of reading. (1/01/03 to 12/31/03)
 
PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:
 
13) 010936 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 11/6/01
Resolution relative to application, acceptance and funding of a Community
Learning Centers Grant. (Library)
 
14) 011550 SPONSORED BY: ALD. MURPHY INTRODUCED ON: 3/5/02
An ordinance relating to establishment of an accrued time off donor program for
employes of the city clerk's office.
 
15) 020516 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Communication from the Department of Employee Relations transmitting a
communication relative to classification studies scheduled for City Service
Commission action.
---Changes to salary & positions ordinances included under items 1 & 2.
 
16) 020669 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution authorizing a $579,000 Contingent Fund appropriation for the purposes
of fulfilling the City's legal obligations under FN020477 the amended Indian
Council of the Elderly Project Intergovernmental Cooperation and Development
Agreement.
 
17) 020764 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the City Comptroller requesting an amendment to the salary
ordinance regarding the position of Public Debt Specialist.
---Changes to salary ordinance included under item 2.

 
THE UTILITIES AND LICENSES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:
 
PASSAGE OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
1) 020536 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Substitute ordinance relating to release of public passenger vehicle permit to
authorized representative of permitee.
--This substitute ordinance provides that if a permitee files a notarized statement
designating an individual who is authorized to represent the permitee, a public
passenger vehicle permit may be released to the authorized representative in cases
where a duplicate permit or a permit for the replacement of a vehicle is issued to
the permitee.
 
ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
2) 020762 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution authorizing the Commissioner of Public Works to enter into a
professional services contract for the inspection of the Howard Avenue Water
Purification Plant Clearwell Roof. (Water Works)
 
APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
3) 020121 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 4/23/02
Motion to approve recommendations of the Utilities and Licenses Committee
relative to issuance, denial, renewal, nonrenewal, suspension or revocation of
licenses and extension of premises.
(To be used for granting/denial/suspension/revocation with no appeals process
permissible)
 
THE UTILITIES AND LICENSES COMMITTEE FURTHER RECOMMENDS
APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
4) 020411 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 6/25/02
Substitute motion to approve recommendations of the Utilities and Licenses
Committee relative to the nonrenewal of the licensed dwelling facility license
(rooming house) for the premises at 423 E. Garfield Ave.
 
5) 020122 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 4/23/02
Motion to approve recommendations of the Utilities and Licenses Committee
relative to issuance, denial, renewal, nonrenewal, suspension or revocation of
licenses and extension of premises.
(To be used for granting/denial/suspension/revocation with an appeals process
permissible)

THESE ITEMS ARE SCHEDULED FOR HEARING AT 9:30 A.M. Please note
that a separate roll call will be required and that the Report and Recommendation
of the Utilities and Licenses Committee and written exceptions, if filed by the
applicants, will have to be read by all members of the Common Council.

 
THE JUDICIARY & LEGISLATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:
 
ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
1) Substitute resolutions authorizing return of real estate upon payment of all city and county tax
liens and any special improvement bonds, with all interest and penalties thereon and all costs
sustained by the City:
 
a) 020619 SPONSORED BY: JUDICIARY &
LEGISLATION COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 3812 North 26th
Street, in the 10th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its former owner
upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special improvement bonds,
with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained by the City in
foreclosing and managing said real estate. (Theresa King)
 
b) 020677 SPONSORED BY: JUDICIARY &
LEGISLATION COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 2436 N. Weil
Street, in the 6th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its former owner
upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special improvement bonds,
with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained by the City in
foreclosing and managing said real estate. (Robert A. Payne)
 
c) 020678 SPONSORED BY: JUDICIARY &
LEGISLATION COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 2214-16 W.
Keefe Avenue, in the 10th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its
former owner upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special
improvement bonds, with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained
by the City in foreclosing and managing said real estate. (True Church of the First
Born Apostolic Faith)
 
d) 020679 SPONSORED BY: JUDICIARY &
LEGISLATION COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 5456-58 N. 38th
Street, in the 9th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its former owner
upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special improvement bonds,
with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained by the City in
foreclosing and managing said real estate. (Lee D. Beans)
 
e) 020681 SPONSORED BY: JUDICIARY &
LEGISLATION COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 5422 N. 36th
Street, in the 9th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its former owner
upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special improvement bonds,
with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained by the City in
foreclosing and managing said real estate. (Pearlie Dean)
 
f) 020683 SPONSORED BY: JUDICIARY &
LEGISLATION COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 2434 N. 23rd
Street, in the 7th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its former owner
upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special improvement bonds,

with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained by the City in
foreclosing and managing said real estate. (Otis Brown)
 
g) 020703 SPONSORED BY: JUDICIARY &
LEGISLATION COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 6309 W.
Spokane Street, in the 9th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its
former owner upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special
improvement bonds, with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained
by the City in foreclosing and managing said real estate. (Yvonne Erdman)
 
h) 020704 SPONSORED BY: PUBLIC
IMPROVEMENTS COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 2538-2540
North 37th Street, in the 7th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its
former owner upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special
improvement bonds, with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained
by the City in foreclosing and managing said real estate. (Dewayne Jelks)
 
i) 020705 SPONSORED BY: JUDICIARY &
LEGISLATION COMMITTEE
INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the return of real estate located at 5366 N. 66th
Street, in the 2nd Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee to its former owner
upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special improvement bonds,
with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained by the City in
foreclosing and managing said real estate. (Aldred Walters)
 
2) Resolutions to cancel real estate taxes levied against various parcels of land:
 
a) 020648 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution to cancel real estate taxes levied against a certain parcel identified by
Tax Key No. 361-0872-110-8, 431 N. 5th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on the
2000 tax roll, plus interest applicable to date of repayment, if appropriate.
(Assessor's Office)
 
b) 020716 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution to cancel real estate taxes levied against certain parcels bearing various
key numbers on the 2001 tax roll, plus interest applicable to date of repayment, if
appropriate. (Assessor's Office)
 
3) 020759 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution authorizing the Office of the City Attorney to resolve various
Milwaukee Municipal Court cases, either through permanent stay of the forfeiture
or dismissal. (City Attorney)
 
4) 020768 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution approving and authorizing stipulation with United Apostolic
Church of God, Inc. ("United") concerning in personam liability for 1992-2000
taxes against 2516-2522 West Hopkins (10th Aldermanic District).
 
5) 020770 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution appropriating funds from the Outside Counsel/Expert Witness
Fund Special Purpose Account for the purpose of retaining outside counsel to

represent the interests of the Fire & Police Commission in the matter of Anderer v.
City of Milwaukee Fire & Police Commission, Case No. 02-CV-007711.
 
6) 020802 SPONSORED BY: ALD. RICHARDS INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution supporting the "Religious Institutions in a
Democracy" Project to foster religious freedom and tolerance in
the Philippines.
 
CONFIRMATION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
7) 020663 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Appointment of Martha Toran to the City Ethics Board by the Mayor. (10th
Aldermanic District)
 
PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:
 
8) Resolutions authorizing the return of real estate at various locations:
 
a) 020680 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution authorizing return of real estate located at 6815 W. Fond du Lac
Avenue, in the 2nd Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee, to Ge Vang upon
payment of all city and county tax liens and any special improvement bonds, with
all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained by the City in foreclosing
and managing said real estate.
 
b) 020682 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution authorizing return of real estate located at 2532 W. Locust Street, in the
7th Aldermanic District of the City of Milwaukee, to Anna Yaeger for Carrie
Buchanan upon payment of all city and county tax liens and any special
improvement bonds, with all interest and penalty thereon and all costs as sustained
by the City in foreclosing and managing said real estate.
 
DISALLOW AND INDEFINITE POSTPONEMENT OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
9) Various claims against the City:
 
a) 020367 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 6/19/02
Communication from the City Attorney's Office transmitting a communication
from Irene Taylor relative to claim for property damage.
 
b) 020688 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the City Attorney's Office transmitting a communication
from Henry Jackson relative to a claim for property damage.
 
c) 020689 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the City Attorney's Office transmitting a communication
from Atty. Kevin Haass on behalf of Robert Bence relative to a claim for personal
injuries.
 
d) 020690 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Appeal of Betty Smith relative to a claim for property damage. (6th Aldermanic
District)
 
e) 020691 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02

Appeal of Elroy Cade relative to a claim for property damage. (4th Aldermanic
District)
 
f) 020692 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Appeal of Tom Haas relative to a claim for property damage. (13th Aldermanic
District)
 
g) 020706 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Appeal of Adam Wilson relative to a claim for property damage. (10th Aldermanic
District)
---(Note: Vote: 4 ayes, 1 noes)
 
h) 020707 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Appeal of Gloria Madison relative to a claim for property damage. (15th
Aldermanic District)
 
i) 020746 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the City Attorney's Office transmitting a communication
from Brian Blattler relative to a claim for property damage.
 
j) 020747 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the City Attorney's Office transmitting a communication
from Dineo Black, President on behalf of Dino's Contracting Service, Inc. relative
to a claim for breach of contract.
---(Note: Vote 4 ayes, 1 noes)
 
k) 020748 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the City Attorney's Office transmitting a communication
from Michele Ray relative to a claim for loss of her dog.
 
l) 020749 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the City Attorney's Office transmitting a communication
from Tammy Brown relative to a claim for property damage.
 
m) 020750 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the City Attorney's Office transmitting a communication
from Atty. Randall Rozek on behalf of Matthew Antoniewicz relative to a claim for
personal injuries.

 
THE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:
 
PASSAGE OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
1) 020490 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
A substitute ordinance relating to parking controls in various Aldermanic Districts.
3rd Ald. Dist.-E. Brady St., NS, from N. Arlington Pl. to a point 180' west
3rd Ald. Dist.-N. Franklin Pl., WS, from E. Brady St. to a point 260' north
4th Ald. Dist.-Old World Third St., from W. State St. to a point 250' south
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Cass St., ES, from E. Wisconsin Ave. to E. Michigan St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Michigan St. from N. Van Buren St. to N. Jackson St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Michigan St. from N. Jefferson St. to N. Milwaukee St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Clybourn St., NS, from N. Jefferson St. to N. Milwaukee St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Kilbourn Ave. from N. Water St. to N. Broadway
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wisconsin Ave., SS, from N. Cass St. to N. Prospect Ave.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Van Buren St., ES, from E. Wisconsin Ave. to E. Mason St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Market St. from E. kilbourn Ave. to E. Wells St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Water St., ES, from E. Kilbourn Ave. to E. Wells St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Water St., WS, from E. Kilbourn Ave. to a point south
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Kilbourn Ave. from N. Water St. to N. Broadway
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Cass St., ES, from E. Wisconsin Ave. to E. Michigan St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Michigan St. from N. Van Buren St. to N. Jackson St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Michigan St. from N. Jefferson St. to N. Milwaukee St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Clybourn St., NS, from N. Jefferson St. to N. Milwaukee St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Market St. from E. Kilbourn Ave. to E. Wells St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Water St, ES, from E. Kilbourn Ave. to E. Wells St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Water St., WS, from E. Kilbourn Ave. to a point south
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Kilbourn Ave. from N. Water St. to N. Broadway
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wisconsin Ave., SS, from N. Cass St. to N. Prospect Ave.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Van Buren St., ES, from E. Wisconsin Ave. to E. Mason St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Van Buren St., WS, from E. Mason St. to E. Michigan St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Milwaukee St., ES, from E. Michigan St. to E. Clybourn St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. Water St., WS, from E. Wisconsin Ave. to E. Michigan St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wisconsin Ave., SS, from N. Water St. to N. Broadway
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wisconsin Ave. from N. Broadway to N. Milwaukee St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wisconsin Ave. from N. Milwaukee St. to N. Jefferson St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wisconsin Ave., NS, from N. Jefferson St. to N. Jackson St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wisconsin Ave., SS, from N. Jackson St. to N. Van Buren St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wisconsin Ave., SS, from N. Van Buren St. to N. Cass St.
4th Ald. Dist.-402 N. 4th St.
4th Ald. Dist.-E. Wells St. from N. Van Buren St. to N. Cass St.
4th Ald. Dist.-N. 11th St. from W. State St. to W. Highland Ave.
6th Ald. Dist.-W. Capitol Dr., NS, from N. 7th St. to a point 650' west
6th Ald. Dist.-N. 7th St. from W. Capitol Dr. to W. Messmer St.
8th Ald. Dist.-W. Dakota St. from S. 34th St. to S. 35th St.
8th Ald. Dist.-W. Windlake Ave., SS, from S. 16th St. to S. 19th St.
8th Ald. Dist.-S. 24th St. from W. Becher St. to W. Grant St.
8th Ald. Dist.-S. 8th St. from W. Hayes Ave. to W. Arthur Ave.
8th Ald. Dist.-S. 20th St. from W. Becher St. to W. Grant St.
10th Ald. Dist.-N. 12th St. from W. Finn Pl. to W. Abert St.

10th Ald. Dist.-N. 14th St. from W. Locust St. to W. Groeling Ave.
10th Ald. Dist.-W. Townsend St. from N. 27th St. to N. 30th St.
12th Ald. Dist.-W. Washington St. from S. 12th St. to S. 14th St.
12th Ald. Dist.-W. Washington St. from S. 11th St. to S. 12th St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 5th St. from W. National Ave. to W. Walker St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. Cesar Chavez Dr. from W. National Ave.to W. Greenfield Ave.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. Cesar Chavez Dr., ES, from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. Orchard St.
12th Ald. Dist.-W. Greenfield Ave., SS, from S. 15th Pl. to S. Cesar Chavez Dr.
12th Ald. Dist.-W. Greenfield Ave. from S. Cesar Chavez Dr. to S. 17th St.
12th Ald. Dist.-W. National Ave. from S. Cesar Chavez Dr. to a point 350' east
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 8th St. from W. Becher St. to W. Rogers St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 13th St. from W. Burnham St. to W. Rogers St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 5th Pl. from W. Becher St. to W. Rogers St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 8th St. from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. Orchard St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 2nd St. from W. Pierce St. to a point 40' south
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 21st St. from W. National Ave. to W. Scott St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 20th St. from W. National Ave. to W. Scott St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 19th St. from W. Washington St. to W. Scott St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 10th St. from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. Orchard St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 10th St. from W. Becher St. to W. Grant St.
13th Ald. Dist.-E. Warnimont Ave., NS, from S. Chase Ave. to a point 100' east
16th Ald. Dist.-S. 30th St. from W. Mitchell St. to W. Burnham St.
16th Ald. Dist.-S. 26th St. from W. Mineral St. to W. Scott St.
16th Ald. Dist.-W. St. Paul Ave. from N. 42nd St. to the Menomonee River
17th Ald. Dist.-W. Cherry St. from N. 12th St. to N. 13th St.
 
2) 020491 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
A substitute ordinance relating to traffic controls in various Aldermanic Districts.
1st Ald. Dist.-N. 21st. at W. Stark St.
2nd Ald. Dist.-N. 60th St. to W. Capitol Pkwy northbound
3rd Ald. Dist.-E. Brady St. from N. Arlinton Pl. to N. Astor St.
4th Ald. Dist.-Old World Third St. at W. State St. southbound
5th Ald. Dist.-W. Stark St. at N. 89th St.
5th Ald. Dist.-N. 89th St. at W. Fiebrantz Ave.
6th Ald. Dist.-W. Land Pl. at N. 7th St. and N. 8th St.
6th Ald. Dist.-E. Center St. from N. Humboldt Blvd to N. Pierce St.
6th Ald. Dist.-E. & W. Center St. from N. Richards St. to N. 2nd St.
7th Ald. Dist.-W. Clarke St. and N. 59th St.
7th Ald. Dist.-W. Clarke St. and N. 54th St.
7th Ald. Dist.-W. Wright St. and N. 41st St.
7th Ald. Dist.-W. Wright St. and N. 59th St.
7th Ald. Dist.-W. Townsend St. and N. 55th St.
7th Ald. Dist.-W. Philip Pl. at W. Townsend St.
12th Ald. Dist.-W. Orchard St. and S. 13th St.
12th Ald. Dist.-W. Mineral St. and S. 21st St.
12th Ald. Dist.-N. & S. 6th St. from W. Clybourn St. to the roundabout north of W.
Virginia St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 6th St. north of W. Virginia St.
12th Ald. Dist.-W. Mineral St. and S. 22nd St.
12th Ald. Dist.-S. 5th St. at W. Virginia St. northbound

17th Ald. Dist.-N. 21st at W. Walnut St. northbound
17th Ald. Dist.-W. North Ave. from N. 38th St. to N. 40th St.
17th Ald. Dist.-W. North Ave. from N. Teutonia Ave. to N. 14th St.
 
3) 020654 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
A substitute ordinance relating to theft and retail theft.
---This ordinance increases from $100 to $500 the maximum value of property or
merchandise whose theft can be charged under the city's theft and retail theft
ordinance provisions.
 
ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
4) 010877 SPONSORED BY: ALD. HENNINGSEN INTRODUCED ON: 10/12/01
Substitute resolution relating to the removal of parking meter hoods at various
locations in the 4th Aldermanic District.
---This resolution directs the Commissioner of Public Works to remove the hoods
that were placed on parking meters at various locations in the 4th Aldermanic
District in the wake of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and replace them
with signs indicating that parking is prohibited at those locations from 6 a.m. until
6 p.m., Monday through Friday. These locations are:
1. The 300 block of East Knapp Street.
2. The 1300 block of North Broadway.
3. The west side of the 700 block of North 3rd Street.
4. The east side of the 700 block of North 4th Street.
5. The north side of the 300 block of West Wisconsin Avenue.
 
5) 020259 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 6/4/02
Substitute resolution relative to application, acceptance and funding of the
Environmental Capacity Grant.
---New grant from the Centers for Disease Control through the State of Wisconsin
Division of Health and Family Services in the amount of $40,000, from 9/03/01 to
9/29/02 for the purpose of improving and advancing environmental health capacity
through local public health involvement in surveillance, data collection and
development of outcome measurements associated with environmentally related
disease.
 
6) 020580 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Resolution relative to application, acceptance and funding of a 2003 Recycling
grant.
---Continuing recycling grant from the Wisconsin Department of Natural
Resources in the amount of $10,348,915, of which $7,3548,279 (73%) will be
provided by the City and $2,800,636 (27%) will be provided by the grantor from
1/1/03 to 12/31/03.
 
7) 020656 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution relative to application, acceptance and funding of a Wisconsin Internet
Crimes Against Children Grant. (Police)
---From the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigation in
the amount of $132,199 with a city share of $62,199 and a grantor share of
$70,000, from 6/1/02 to 5/31/03 for the purpose of establishing a multi-agency,
interdisciplinary task force to investigate and prosecute Internet crimes against
children.

8) 020658 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution relative to the acceptance of a Paramedic/Paramedic First Response
grant from Milwaukee County. (Fire Department)
---Continuing grant from the County of Milwaukee in the amount of $14,744,637
with a city share of $4,853,554, and a grantor share of $9,891,083, from 1/1/01 to
12/31/03 for the purpose of supporting City of Milwaukee paramedic services,
including staffing, training, education, and vehicle maintenance.
 
9) 020739 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution amending Common Council File No. 010350 for acceptance of
additional funding for a Brownfields Assessment Demonstration Grant. (DCD)
---This resolution authorizes the Department of City Development to accept
additional funding for a Brownfields Assessment Demonstration Grant from the
United States Environmental Protection Agency in the amount of $100,000. This
will bring the total amount of the Grant to $1,395,000 with an In-Kind City Share
of $545,000 and a Grantor Share of $850,000. This additional funding will be used
to pay the individual currently employed by the Environmental Protection Agency
and assigned under the Intergovernmental Personnel Act to work closely with the
Milwaukee Brownfield Redevelopment Team and with all Local, State and Federal
partners on Milwaukee's targeted brownfield sites for an additional period of
approximately one year.
 
10) 020761 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution relative to application, acceptance and funding of an Organized Crime
Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) grant. (Police Department)
---From the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, in the
amount of $15,226 with a city share of $7,226 and a grantor share of $8,000, from
2/1/02 to 9/30/02 for the purpose assisting in specified OCDETF investigations and
prosecutions.
 
11) 020773 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution relative to application, acceptance and funding of a 2003
Advanced Roundabout Design Workshop Grant. (Infrastructure Services Division)
---New grant from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of
Transportation Safety in the amount of $6,000, from 10/1/02 to 12/31/02 for the
purpose of providing a workshop on the latest engineering and design techniques
for the selection, design, and installation of modern roundabouts.
 
CONFIRMATION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
12) 020560 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Appointment of Deborah Donovan to the Milwaukee Commission on Domestic
Violence and Sexual Assault by the Common Council President.
 
PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:
 
13) 020664 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Communication from the Fire and Police Commission transmitting the 2001 Public
Safety Report.
 
14) 020665 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02

Communication from the Fire and Police Commission transmitting their 2001
Annual Report.
 
15) 020784 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the Health Commissioner relative to a status report on the
West Nile virus.

 
THE ZONING, NEIGHBORHOODS & DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
RECOMMENDS:
 
PASSAGE OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
1) 020634 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Ordinance correcting a boundary description relating to the change in zoning from
Industrial (I/D/40) to Local Business (L/C/40) and establishment of a Development
Incentive Zone (DIZ) located on the North Side of West North Avenue and West of
North 25th Street, in the 7th Aldermanic District. (DCD)
--This ordinance corrects a boundary description for a previously approved change
in zoning and overlay district.
 
2) 020635 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Substitute ordinance relating to the change in zoning from a General Planned
Development (GPD) to a Detailed Planned Development (DPD) known as Park
Place Technology Center, Phase 2, on land located on the South Side of West
Bradley Road and West of North 124th Street, in the 15th Aldermanic District.
--This substitute ordinance will change the zoning of this site to allow for the
construction of a 58,200 square foot building for office, warehousing and light
assembly uses.
 
3) 020652 SPONSORED BY: ALD. JOHNSON-ODOM INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Substitute ordinance relating to Amendment No. 1 to a General Planned
Development (GPD) known as Humboldt Yards on land located on the South Side
of East North Avenue and East of North Humboldt Avenue, in the 6th Aldermanic
District.
--This substitute ordinance will amend the previously approved General Planned
Development to allow a health clinic as a permitted use.
 
4) 020653 SPONSORED BY: ALD. JOHNSON-ODOM INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Substitute ordinance relating to Amendment No. 1 to the Detailed Planned
Development (DPD) known as Humboldt Yards (Commercial Parcel) Phase 1, on
land located on the South Side of East North Avenue and East of North Humboldt
Avenue, in the 6th Aldermanic District.
--This substitute ordinance will change the zoning of this site to allow for the
development of 9 residential condominium units.
 
5) 020672 SPONSORED BY: ALD. BREIER INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
A substitute ordinance establishing a special use permit requirement for new
transmission towers located within 500 feet of existing transmission towers.
--This ordinance provides that, in order for a newly-constructed transmission tower
to be classified as a limited use, the tower shall be located at least 500 feet from the
nearest existing transmission tower. If the proposed tower cannot meet this
requirement, the tower shall be classified as a special use.
 
ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
6) 020496 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Substitute resolution approving various final certified survey maps.
 
7) 020526 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02

Substitute resolution relating to a Cooperation Agreement between the City of
Milwaukee and the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee for the
receipt and furnishing of services, materials and equipment by and between the City
and the Redevelopment Authority.
---(Note: Vote: 4 ayes, 1 noes)
 
8) 020636 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution approving the final plat of the Parklawn Subdivision, located on the
South Side of West Congress Street and West of North 47th Street, in the 1st
Aldermanic District. (DCD)
 
9) 020650 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution declaring vacant tax-deed and/or other municipally owned lots surplus
to the City of Milwaukee's needs and authorizing the Department of City
Development to advertise the lots for sale and accept offers to purchase for new
residential construction in various aldermanic districts. (DCD)
 
10) Various substitute resolutions declaring improved, tax-deed property surplus to municipal needs
and authorizing sales in various aldermanic districts.
 
a) 020651 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Substitute resolution declaring improved, tax-deed property surplus to municipal
needs and authorizing sales in various aldermanic districts.
 
b) 020741 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution declaring improved, tax-deed property surplus to municipal
needs and authorizing sales in various aldermanic districts.
 
11) Various resolutions amending the method of disposition of the surplus, vacant, tax-deed lots
located in the 10th and 16th Aldermanic Districts.
 
a) 020671 SPONSORED BY: ALD. MURPHY INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution amending the method of disposition of the surplus, vacant, tax-deed lot
located at 3955 West Blue Mound Road, in the 16th Aldermanic District.
(DCD-Real Estate)
 
b) 020760 SPONSORED BY: ALD. CAMERON INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution amending the disposition of the surplus, vacant, tax-deed lot located at
3501�15 West Burleigh Street, in the 10th Aldermanic District. (DCD-Real
Estate)
 
12) Various resolutions declaring a vacant, tax-deed lots Surplus and accepting an unsolicited Offer to
Purchase in the 2nd, 5th and 6th Aldermanic Districts.
 
a) 020719 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution declaring a vacant, tax-deed lot located at 5286 North 67th Street
surplus and accepting an unsolicited Offer to Purchase from Christine Robinson for
new residential construction, in the 2nd Aldermanic District. (DCD-Real Estate)
 
b) 020733 SPONSORED BY: ALD. BOHL INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution declaring a vacant, tax-deed lot located at 3945 North 81st Street
surplus and accepting an unsolicited Offer to Purchase from the adjoining owners
for use as green space, in the 5th Aldermanic District. (DCD-Real Estate)
 

 
c) 020735 SPONSORED BY: ALD. JOHNSON-ODOM INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution declaring a vacant, tax-deed lot located at 2207 North Weil Street
surplus and authorizing the Department of City Development to accept an Offer to
Purchase from a qualified buyer, in the 6th Aldermanic District. (DCD-Real Estate)
 
13) 020721 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution permitting a minor modification to the Detailed Planned
Development (DPD) known as St. Luke's Medical Center, Phase 1, located on the
West Side of South 27th Street and North of West Oklahoma Avenue, in the 8th
Aldermanic District.
 
14) 020738 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution approving Amendment No. 1 to the Redevelopment Plan for the North
Harbor Drive Redevelopment Project Area in the 4th Aldermanic District.
(Redevelopment Authority)
 
15) 020752 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution approving Relocation Plans for the 37th Street School
Replacement Site Acquisitions and the Spot Acquisition of 530-32 West North
Avenue. (Redevelopment Authority)
 
16) 020753 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution designating St. Mary's Hospital, 2320-2388 North Lake Drive, as an
Historic Structure. (Historic Preservation Commission)
 
17) 020763 SPONSORED BY: ALD. HENNINGSEN INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution approving the Land Disposition Report for the properties at 2800-32
West Vliet Street and 1412-14 North 29th Street for sale to Milwaukee Midtown
Housing Corporation for development of owner-occupied housing for persons with
disabilities in the 4th Aldermanic District. (Redevelopment Authority)
 
18) 020783 SPONSORED BY: ALD. HENNINGSEN INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the proper City of Milwaukee officials to enter
into the First Amendment to the Development Agreement for Tax Incremental
District No. 47 (875 East Wisconsin).
 
PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:
 
19) 020156 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 5/14/02
Substitute ordinance relating to the change in zoning from Multi-Family Residence
(R/C/60) to Detailed Planned Development (DPD), on land located on the
Northeast corner of North 2nd Street and West Reservoir Avenue, in the 6th
Aldermanic District.

 
THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:
 
ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
1) 010140 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 5/8/01
Substitute resolution relative to community development expenditures of
Community Development Block Grant, HOME, and Enterprise Community funds
and other CBGA administered federal funds.
 
2) 020725 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution relative to the additional CDBG allocation to the Community
Block Grant Administration.
 
3) 020726 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution relative to the 2003 CDBG allocations for City Departments.
 
4) 020727 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution relative to the estimated decrease of 2003 CDBG Entitlement
Funds.
 
5) 020765 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing the City of Milwaukee to request from the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development an exception to Community
Development Block Grant conflict-of-interest regulations with respect to the
Community Homes Program.
 
6) 020766 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution amending the Year 2003 Funding Allocation Plan
(Community Development Block Grant).
 
PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:
 
7) 001642 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 3/20/01
Communication transmitting a report relative to City of Milwaukee Community
Development Block Grant Contingency Account.

 
THE PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:
 
ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:
 
1) Substitute resolutions granting/amending various special privileges:
 
a) 020246 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 6/4/02
Substitute resolution amending a special privilege granted to Flannery's Pub Inc. for
a sidewalk caf� area to encroach into the public right-of-way at 425 East Wells
Street, to now revise the sidewalk caf� area in the 4th Aldermanic District in the
City of Milwaukee.
 
b) 020247 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 6/4/02
Substitute resolution amending a special privilege granted to Raushenberger Realty
Corporation to maintain a backup driveway serving 3 recessed docks in the public
right-of-way adjacent to their property located at 189-93 North Broadway, to now
change the name of the grantee of the special privilege to Lofts on Broadway LLC,
in the 4th Aldermanic District in the City of Milwaukee.
 
c) 020470 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 6/25/02
Substitute resolution amending a special privilege granted to Fourth Church of
Christ, Scientist to construct and maintain concrete steps and iron railing in the
public right-of-way adjacent to the property located at 3069 North Downer Avenue,
to now change the name of the grantee of the special privilege to Chinese Christian
Church of Milwaukee, Inc., in the 3rd Aldermanic District in the City of
Milwaukee.
 
d) 020481 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Substitute resolution amending a special privilege granted to Hotel Pharmacy Inc.,
to install and maintain five 4-foot square tree box-outs with grates and guards,
seven planter boxes with footings and a structural encroachment consisting of a
protective overhang supported by two sidewalls, on the east sidewalk area of North
Astor Street and the south sidewalk area of East Brady Street, to now add
permission for a bench to be placed in the sidewalk area all abutting 1696 North
Astor Street, in the 3rd Aldermanic District in the City of Milwaukee.
 
e) 020482 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Substitute resolution granting a special privilege to Larry Pachefsky to install, use
and maintain excess door swing projections and movable planters encroaching into
the public rights-of-way abutting the premises at 767 North Water Street, in the 4th
Aldermanic District in the City of Milwaukee.
 
f) 020513 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 7/16/02
Substitute resolution granting a special privilege to G. Daddy Inc./SHASHA LLC
to install, use and maintain an excess door swing projection encroaching into the
public right-of-way abutting the premises at 2022 East North Avenue, in the 3rd
Aldermanic District in the City of Milwaukee.
 
2) Resolutions directing the Department of City Development to prepare resolutions to vacate
various portions of streets:
 
a) 020630 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02

Resolution directing the Department of City Development to prepare a resolution to
vacate portions of West Pittsburgh Avenue and South 19th Street, located South of
West Canal Street, in the 8th Aldermanic District. (DCD)
 
b) 020640 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution directing the Department of City Development to prepare a resolution to
vacate a portion of West Wright Street located on the North Side of West Fond du
Lac Avenue and West of North 24th Street, in the 7th Aldermanic District. (DCD)
 
c) 020641 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Resolution directing the Department of City Development to prepare a resolution to
vacate a portion of West Hadley Street at the intersection of West Fond du Lac
Avenue and North 29th Street, in the 7th Aldermanic District. (DCD)
 
3) 020655 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Substitute resolution authorizing and directing the Commissioner of Public Works
to enter into an agreement with Wisconsin Paperboard Corporation relative to
water-main repair work on its property in the City of Milwaukee.
 
4) 020670 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 8/1/02
Substitute resolution approving construction of nonassessable public improvement
projects in the vicinity of South 60th Street and West Waterford Court.
 
5) 020675 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution approving and granting of an easement and authorizing the proper City
officers to execute the easement to the Wisconsin Electric Power Company d/b/a
WE Energies to install, maintain, and replace underground utilities and a
pad-mounted transformer and associated facilities. (Buildings & Fleet Services)
 
6) 020728 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution determining it necessary to make various nonassessable public
improvements at various locations. (Infrastructure Services Division)
 
7) 020729 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution determining it necessary to make various assessable public
improvements at various locations.
 
8) 020730 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution approving construction of nonassessable public improvement
projects at various locations.
 
9) 020737 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution amending the disposition of the surplus, improved, tax-deed property at
2512 North 35th Street, in the 7th Aldermanic District. (DCD-Real Estate)
 
10) 020740 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution approving the 130 South Water Street Riverwalk Development
Agreement in the 12th Aldermanic District. (DCD)
 
11) 020776 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution authorizing the Department of Public Works, Infrastructure Division to
enter into an agreement with Johnson Controls, Inc. to study the potential savings
and operational business improvement opportunities for the City of Milwaukee,

Department of Public Works, specific to traffic signal retrofits using light emitting
diode technology. (Infrastructure Services Division)
 
12) 020778 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Resolution authorizing the transfer of $50,000 from the 2002 Traffic Capital
ProgramProject/Grant Number ST220020000 for the installation of a new traffic
control signal at the intersection of West Canal Street and South 20th Street in the
8th Aldermanic District. (Infrastructure Services Division)
 
13) 020780 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Substitute resolution authorizing and directing the proper City officers to execute a
Permit and Agreement document allowing the NEW WAICO Development
Corporation to construct portions of buildings within the limits of the sewer
easement on the property at 1800 North 12th Street.
 
PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:
 
14) 020731 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 9/4/02
Communication from the Infrastructure Services Division transmitting the 2003
Assessment Rate Report.