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Milwaukee City Government

George Sanders: Somebody’s Lying!

The recent glowing, positive reports given to President Obama about Milwaukee’s Mayor Barrett and his administration of the city might be an example of simple protocol. However, protocol or not, the matter ought to raise extreme concern, particularly, since the... Continue Reading →


Breaking News: Alderman Wade announces resignation from Milwaukee Common Council

Statement of Alderman Willie C. Wade February 1, 2016 Effective at 12:00 a.m. on February 2, 2016, I will be resigning my position as 7th District Alderman on the Milwaukee Common Council. I had previously announced that I would not... Continue Reading →

Press Release: P3 Development Group

New King Drive business to hold open house celebration Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs said a Milwaukee-based consulting business will celebrate its expansion to new space in the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District No. 8 by hosting an open house event... Continue Reading →


We have a chance to try and change things THURSDAY NIGHT 6:30 at Central Offices located on 5225 W. Vliet in the Donald J. O'Connell Memorial Auditorium. We need to support our vision, to invest in central city schooling and curriculum rebuilding. Now is the time we need to defend MPS!!


Residents of Milwaukee's Bronzeville neighborhood and city officials are expressing outrage that a Dollar Tree store is opening at W. North Ave. and N. King Drive, instead of the full-service grocery store that had been promised.

BETRAYED: Mahlon Mitchell Supports Scott Walker on Residency Requirement

As the old cliché goes “politics makes for interesting bed fellows.” So is the case of Scott Walker and once rival challenger Lt. Governor Mahlon Mitchell. Mitchell has left the reservation of the Democratic stable to support the Republicans and Governor Walker in lifting the residency requirements statewide.

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