From Alderman Kovak: The City of Milwaukee needs your help with an issue that’s of critical importance to our future. Since 1938, Milwaukee has required all city employees to live within its municipal boundaries. The residency requirement has helped maintain a strong middle class in our neighborhoods, bolstered property values and ensured that municipal employees live among the people they serve. But now, Governor
From Alderman Kovac: Milwaukee Public Library’s East Library will be relocated during the construction phase of the new East Branch at 1910 East North Avenue. The library will move to a temporary site located at 2430 North Murray Avenue this summer. East Branch is part of a multi-use development featuring 99 apartments, a 16,000 square-foot library and retail space on the first floor and
Aldermen Nik Kovac and Robert Bauman would like to make East Side and Downtown residents aware of a large event happening this weekend with thousands of participants. The 4th annual Shamrock Shuffle pub crawl takes place this Saturday, March 9, starting at 2:00 p.m. on East North Avenue and on Water Street. In addition, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade begins at noon in downtown
Today is the final day to cast your vote and help us win the Fan Favorite contest for the Bloomberg Philanthropies‚ Mayors Challenge. Bloomberg has partnered with Huffington Post to host a „Fan Favorite‰ contest. The winner of this contest will receive $50,000 in start-up funds from IBM and promotional assistance from Huffington Post. As a proud Milwaukeean, I am asking you to join
A snow emergency is in effect in the City of Milwaukee beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 27 until 5:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 28. For more information, you may call 286-CITY or visit the DPW website for more details.
Due to the present snow event, there will be no garbage or recycling pick-ups on Wednesday, February 27 EXCEPT for guaranteed recycling and automated truck routes. Be safe out there!