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LICENSES COMMITTEE

COMMON COUNCIL

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City of Milwaukee

Council Agenda

City Hall 200 East Wells Street Milwaukee, WI 53202

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Common Council Chambers, 3rd Fl., City Hall9:00 AMTuesday, September 25, 2018

Ashanti Hamilton, 1st District

President

Russell W. Stamper, II, 15th District

Cavalier Johnson, 2nd District

Nicholas Kovac, 3rd District

Robert Bauman, 4th District VACANT, 5th District

Milele A. Coggs, 6th District

Khalif J. Rainey, 7th District

Robert G Donovan, 8th District Chantia Lewis, 9th District

Michael J. Murphy, 10th District

Mark A. Borkowski, 11th District

Jose G. Perez, 12th District

Terry L. Witkowski, 13th District T. Anthony Zielinski, 14th District

Order of Business

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1. Roll Call 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Invocation or Silent Meditation 4. Approval of Previous Minutes 5. Presentations 6. Unfinished Business 7.

Reports of Standing Committees Licenses, Ald. Kovac, Chair; Ald. Witkowski, Vice-Chair Public Works, Ald. Bauman, Chair; Ald. Borkowski, Vice-Chair Finance and Personnel, Ald. Coggs, Chair; Ald. Lewis, Vice-Chair Judiciary and Legislation, Ald. Borkowski, Chair; Ald. Johnson, Vice-Chair Public Safety and Health, Ald. Donovan, Chair; Ald. Witkowski, Vice-Chair Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development, Ald. Rainey, Chair; Ald. Perez, Vice-Chair Community and Economic Development, Ald. Stamper, II, Chair; Ald. Perez, Vice-Chair 8. Communications to be Ordered on File 9. Matters for Immediate Adoption
Tagged Passions:Public Works, business, public works, health, personnel, public safety, license, development, Communications, communications, finance, neighborhood, zoning, economic development, and Development

PLEASE NOTE: Detailed information relating to the contents of these files may be found by searching under the appropriate file number at

http://milwaukee.legistar.com/legislation. Alternatively, complete files including detailed information identifying the specific subject matters to be discussed at the meeting may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk, Room 205, City Hall, 200 E. Wells St., Milwaukee, 53202, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities through sign language interpreters or auxiliary aids. For additional information or to request this service, contact the City Clerk's Office ADA Coordinator at 286-2998, (FAX) 286-3456, (TDD) 286-2025 or by writing to the Coordinator at Room 205, City Hall, 200 E. Wells Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202.
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COMMENDATORY AND CONDOLATORY RESOLUTIONS

1. 180888 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/25/2018 Communications from the City Clerk relating to various commendatory/condolatory

resolutions to be acknowledged and affirmed by the Common Council.
Tagged Passions:council, Communications, and communications

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THE LICENSES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:

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PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:

2. 180721 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Communication from the License Division relating to Class B Tavern licenses issued by the

City Clerk.
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3. 180722 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Communication from the License Division relating to a list of all Class B special

licenses issued by the City Clerk in 2017.
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APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING:

4. 180546 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/10/2018 Motion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

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Detailed information relating to the contents of this file may be found by searching under this number at http://milwaukee.legistar.com/legislation.

Alternatively, the complete file including detailed information identifying the specific subject matters to be discussed at the meeting may be

inspected at the office of the License Division, Room 105, City Hall, 200 E. Wells St., Milwaukee, 53202, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
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THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:

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APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING:

5. 180547 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/10/2018 Motion relating to the recommendations of the Public Works Committee relative to

licenses.
Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, and license

Detailed information relating to the contents of this file may be found by searching under this number at http://milwaukee.legistar.com/legislation.

Alternatively, the complete file including detailed information identifying the specific subject matters to be discussed at the meeting may be

inspected at the office of the License Division, Room 105, City Hall, 200 E. Wells St., Milwaukee, 53202, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
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PASSAGE OF THE FOLLOWING:

6. 180803 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Kovac and Ald. Witkowski

INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018

An ordinance relating to storm water management regulations.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, ordinance, stormwater, regulation, and water

ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:

7. 161654 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Stamper INTRODUCED ON: 03/28/2017 Substitute resolution granting a special privilege to Town Bank to construct and

maintain an excess sign projection for the premises at 4720 West Lisbon Avenue, in the 15th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:grant

8. 180063 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Zielinski INTRODUCED ON: 04/17/2018 Substitute resolution to vacate a portion of East Archer Avenue from South

Kinnickinnic Avenue east to a point, in the 14th Aldermanic District.

9. 180221 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Bauman INTRODUCED ON: 05/08/2018 Substitute resolution granting a special privilege to 230 Wells Street Commercial LLC

to install and maintain five dumpsters and two grease traps in the public right-of-way for the premises located at 808 North Old World Third Street, in the 4th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets, commercial, and grant

10. 180442 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018 Substitute resolution to vacate a portion of the east-west alley in the block bounded by

East Archer Avenue, East Bay Street, South Kinnickinnic Avenue and East Ward Street, in the 14th Aldermanic District.
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11. 180527 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Kovac, Ald. Johnson and Ald. Witkowski

INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018

Substitute resolution expressing support for the City of Milwaukee s Framework for Green Infrastructure Plan.

12. 180626 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Resolution authorizing the City Comptroller to transfer additional funds to the

previously established project for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and the City of Milwaukee for the cost participation and installation of traffic control signals in conjunction with the Federal State aid paving and bridge construction on IH 43 from West Howard Avenue to the Valley Bridge in various Aldermanic districts with a total estimated cost increase for the project of 75,000, with one hundred percent of increase being Grantor funded.
Tagged Passions:transportation, funding, construction, and traffic

13. 180641 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Bauman INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Substitute resolution granting a special privilege to Brunch MKE LLC to install and

maintain two dumpsters in the public right-of-way for the premises located at 800 North Plankinton Avenue, in the 4th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:grant

14. 180683 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Borkowski INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relative to the application, acceptance, and funding of a Private

Property Inflow and Infiltration grant from the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District for a project in the area bounded by West Harrison Avenue, West Kinnickinnic River Parkway, South 60th Street, and South 72nd Street in the 11th alderman district.
Tagged Passions:watershed, property, streets, funding, and grant

15. 180699 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Borkowski INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution approving a Third Amendment to and Extension of Lease Agreement with

Federal Marine Terminals, Inc.
Tagged Passions:leasing

16. 180719 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing the City Engineer to accept various incentives and rebates, not

to exceed 80,000 provided through We Energies Focus on Energy program for the purchase and installation of Light Emitting Diode street lighting fixtures at various locations within the City of Milwaukee.
Tagged Passions:streets, purchasing, energy, incentive, streetscape, program, and traffic

17. 180747 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing acceptance of various City-owned utility Easements in vacated

North 28th Street between West Wisconsin Avenue and West Wells Street, in the 4th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, streets, and easement

18. 180758 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution determining it necessary to make various assessable public

improvements at various locations and appropriating funds for these purposes with the City engineering cost estimated to be 75,000 for a total estimated cost of these projects being 610,000.
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19. 180759 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution determining it necessary to make various nonassessable public

improvements at various locations and appropriating funds for these purposes with the City engineering cost estimated to be 374.000 for a total estimated cost of these projects being 4,537,000.
Tagged Passions:funding

20. 180760 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution approving construction of nonassessable public improvements at

various locations and appropriating funds for these purposes with the City construction cost estimated to be 1,245,000 for a total estimated cost of these projects being 1,961,000.
Tagged Passions:funding and construction

21. 180761 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing the Commissioner of Public Works and Comptroller to execute two

State Municipal Agreements with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for the installation of traffic signal improvements and to fund preliminary engineering for two projects at 152 intersections in various Aldermanic Districts with a total estimated cost of 199,302, with an estimated grantor share of 179,371, and an estimated City share of 19,931.
Tagged Passions:transportation, Public Works, public works, and traffic

22. 180771 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Perez INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the acceptance and funding of a Great Lakes Restoration

Initiative grant from the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District in the amount of 85,000 for the installation of a green alley in a portion of the alley between South 9th Street and South 10th Street, between West Lapham Boulevard and West Historic Mitchell Street, in the 12th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets, historic, funding, and grant

23. 180774 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing the proper City officials to execute a Quit Claim Deed document

conveying sanitary and combined sewers located in vacated West Rogers Street west of South 1st Street, in the 14th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, streets, and sewer

24. 180790 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Bauman INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing the proper City officials to acquire property for public

right-of-way purposes to widen West Winnebago Street from West Juneau Avenue northerly to a point and West Juneau Avenue at West Winnebago Street, in the 4th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:property and streets

25. 180802 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Stamper INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution approving an Easement Agreement related to the installation of green

infrastructure improvements on a portion of the Brown Street Academy, located at 2029 North 20th Street in the 15th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets and easement

26. 180817 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Bauman INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018

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Substitute resolution directing the Department of Public Works to develop a protocol for the installation of solar-powered speed boards as

traffic-calming installations under s. 115-42.5 of the Milwaukee Code of Ordinances.
Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, ordinance, and traffic

PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:

27. 140231 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Perez and Ald. Bauman

INTRODUCED ON: 05/13/2014

Substitute resolution granting a special privilege to Shakers, Inc. for the occupancy of, and the construction and maintenance of various

encroachments in, the public right-of-way of the west leg of the east-west alley abutting the premises located at 422-424 South 2nd Street, in the 12th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets, encroachment, grant, and construction

28. 140577 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/22/2014 Resolution to vacate North Edison Street from East Cherry Street to East Knapp Street,

in the 3rd Aldermanic District.
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29. 150005 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 04/21/2015 Resolution granting a special privilege to 5th Ward Entertainment LLC for a platform for

dining in the public right-of-way for the premises at 216 South 2nd Street, in the 12th Aldermanic District.
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30. 150007 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 04/21/2015 Resolution granting a special privilege to Old World Development LLC for a parklet in

the public right-of-way for the premises at 1103 North Old World Third Street, in the 4th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets, development, grant, and Development

31. 150390 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/21/2015 Resolution granting a special privilege to Dieter Wegner for a parklet in the public

right-of-way for the premises at 524 South 2nd Street, in the 12th Aldermanic District.
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32. 150474 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/21/2015 Resolution granting a special privilege to 2301 S Logan Avenue LLC for entrance steps

and platform in the public right-of-way for the premises at 2301 South Logan Avenue, in the 14th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:grant

33. 150638 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/01/2015 Resolution granting a special privilege to Brian Jost for a safety mirror mounted to a

city-owned light pole in the public right-of-way for the premises at 118 South 2nd Street, in the 12th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets, pole, and grant

34. 160065 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 05/24/2016

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Resolution granting a special privilege to Jefferson Block LLC for a parklet in the public right-of-way for the premises at 525 East Menomonee

Street, in the 4th Aldermanic District.
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35. 160259 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 06/14/2016 Resolution granting a special privilege to 153 North Milwaukee LP for installation of a

parklet for the premises at 330 East Menomonee Street, in the 4th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets and grant

36. 160476 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Lewis INTRODUCED ON: 07/26/2016 Substitute resolution naming the playground at 67th and Spokane Streets Bev and Bill

Gardner Park.
Tagged Passions:parks and streets

37. 160489 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/26/2016 Resolution amending a special privilege to Ivory Tusk Condominium Association

Incorporated to install and maintain additional moveable planters in the public right-of-way for the premises at 101 West Wisconsin Avenue, in the 4th Aldermanic District.

38. 160859 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 11/01/2016 Resolution granting a special privilege to Buddha Lounge Incorporated for a parklet into

the public right-of-way for the premises at 1504 East North Avenue, in the 3rd Aldermanic District.
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39. 161048 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 11/22/2016 Resolution granting a special privilege to F Street Group for a patio structure in the

public right-of-way for the premises at 1932 East Kenilworth Place, in the 3rd Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets and grant

40. 170462 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/11/2017 Communication from the Department of Public Works transmitting its 2016 residential

recycling annual report.
Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, and recycling

41. 171764 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Bauman INTRODUCED ON: 02/27/2018 Communication from the Department of Public Works relating to implementation of

170930, requiring dumpsters in the public right-of-way to have special privileges.
Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

42. 171783 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 02/27/2018 Communication from the Department of Public Works regarding the use of chip sealing in

the 13th aldermanic district.
Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, and health insurance

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THE FINANCE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:

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PASSAGE OF THE FOLLOWING:

43. 170638 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Coggs, Ald. Lewis, Ald. Perez, Ald. Rainey, Ald. Stamper, Ald. Murphy and Ald. Johnson

INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2017

A substitute ordinance relating to purchasing guidelines.

Tagged Passions:purchasing and ordinance

44. 180648 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 A substitute ordinance to further amend the 2018 rates of pay of offices and positions

in the City Service.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and rates

45. 180649 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 A substitute ordinance to further amend the 2018 offices and positions in the City

Service.
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46. 180813 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Donovan, Ald. Borkowski, Ald. Bauman, Ald. Hamilton, Ald. Perez, Ald. Stamper, Ald. Rainey and Ald. Lewis

INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018

A substitute ordinance establishing a Milwaukee Inspector General within the Common Council-City Clerk s Office.

Tagged Passions:council and ordinance

(Committee Vote: Three ayes , one no , and one abstention)

ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:

47. 180150 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 05/08/2018 Resolution approving the form of the Preliminary Official Statement used in connection

with the sale of City of Milwaukee debt.
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48. 180383 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018 Substitute resolution authorizing the Department of Employee Relations to execute a

contract for the administration of LTD and FMLA benefits
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49. 180663 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Substitute resolution authorizing attendance at conventions, seminars and other travel.

Tagged Passions:conventions and travel

50. 180750 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution relative to the acceptance and funding of the 2018-19 Family

Foundations Comprehensive Home Visiting Grant from the State of Wisconsin Department of Children and Families.
Tagged Passions:funding and grant

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51. 180751 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution relative to acceptance and funding of the Office of Violence

Prevention Recast Milwaukee Project Grant from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Tagged Passions:services, health, funding, and grant

52. 180752 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution relative to the acceptance and funding of the 2018 Women, Infants

and Children s (WIC) FIT Families Grant from the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
Tagged Passions:services, health, funding, and grant

53. 180757 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution authorizing the sale and issuance of general obligation bonds in

the aggregate amount of 3,000,000 for the Street Lighting.
Tagged Passions:streets, sale, bond, streetscape, and traffic

54. 180763 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution relating to agreements between the City of Milwaukee and the

United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County, the Edvest College Savings Plan and Employ Milwaukee for the Fund My Future Milwaukee children s savings account program.
Tagged Passions:university and program

55. 180799 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Perez, Ald. Coggs and Ald. Stamper

INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018

Substitute resolution directing the Department of Employee Relations to establish a policy for City employee resource groups to be organized and

recognized as official City entities.
Tagged Passions:policy and recognition

PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:

56. 180424 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018 Communication from the Department of Employee Relations relating to amending the Salary

and Positions Ordinances relative to clerical or administrative corrections.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and jail

57. 180646 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Communication from the Department of Employee Relations relating to classification

studies scheduled for City Service Commission action.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

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THE JUDICIARY LEGISLATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:

ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:

58. 180474 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Johnson INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018 Resolution directing the Department of Administration - Intergovernmental Relations

Division to seek introduction and passage of State legislation to provide for voting pre-registration of 16- and 17-year-olds; for the acceptance of a mobile-compatible electronic voter identification system; and for universal voter registration.
Tagged Passions:intergovernmental and voting

59. 180485 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Johnson INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018 Resolution relating to various voter registration initiatives.

Tagged Passions:voting

60. 180709 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Johnson INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution urging Milwaukee Public Schools to pre-register all students 18 years of

age and older to vote.
Tagged Passions:education and students

61. 180714 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing payment of the claim of Myra Flynn in the amount of 72,000.

62. 180739 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing payment of the settlement of claims raised by Michael T. Wilson

in the amount of 35,000.
Tagged Passions:settlement

63. 180743 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Johnson INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution commending The Kroger Company for moving toward the permanent

elimination of plastic shopping bags.
Tagged Passions:recognition and grocery

64. 180748 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing settlement of claims in the lawsuit entitled Thanks-a-Lot LLC, et

al. v. City of Milwaukee, for the total amount of 2,516.77.
Tagged Passions:legal and settlement

65. 180749 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing settlement of claims in the lawsuit entitled Haven Funds, LLC v.

City of Milwaukee, for the total amount of 17,047.88.
Tagged Passions:legal, settlement, and funding

66. 180773 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution cancelling real estate taxes levied against certain parcels bearing tax key

numbers on the 2017 tax roll, plus interest applicable to date of repayment, if appropriate.
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, and Taxes

67. 180787 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018

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Resolution authorizing payment of the settlement of claims raised by Maurita Holmes in the amount of 50,000.

Tagged Passions:settlement

PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:

68. 180707 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Communication relating to the use of expungement as part of the criminal court reform

process.
Tagged Passions:legal and court

DISALLOWANCE AND INDEFINITE POSTPONEMENT OF THE FOLLOWING:

69. 180694 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the claim of Karen Grade for property damge. (5th Aldermanic

District)
Tagged Passions:property

70. 180702 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the appeal of Jennifer Pearson for property damage.

Tagged Passions:curriculum and property

71. 180703 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the appeal of Truman Jackson for property damage. (15th

Aldermanic District)
Tagged Passions:property

72. 180704 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the appeal of Kee Vang for property damages.

Tagged Passions:property

73. 180740 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the appeal of Brett Grasse for property damages. (3rd Aldermanic

District)
Tagged Passions:property

74. 180742 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the appeal of Charles Davis for property damages. (1st Aldermanic

District)
Tagged Passions:property

75. 180768 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the appeal of Sammie Reed for property damages. (10th Aldermanic

District)
Tagged Passions:property

76. 180775 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution relating to the claim of Society Insurance on behalf of Mary Gleason for

personal injuries.
Tagged Passions:insurance

77. 180797 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018

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Resolution relating to the appeal of Eula Edwards for property damages. (6th Aldermanic District)

Tagged Passions:property

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THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND HEALTH COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:

Tagged Passions:health and public safety

PASSAGE OF THE FOLLOWING:

78. 180346 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Bauman and Ald. Kovac

INTRODUCED ON: 05/30/2018

A substitute ordinance relating to parking meter rates.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, rates, and parking

79. 180463 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Witkowski INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018 A Substitute ordinance relating to ambulance conveyance rates and ancillary

charges.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and rates

80. 180488 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Bauman and Ald. Kovac

INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018

A substitute ordinance relating to parking regulations and metered parking spaces.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, parking, and regulation

81. 180710 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 A substitute ordinance relating to parking controls.

Tagged Passions:ordinance and parking

82. 180711 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 A substitute ordinance relating to traffic controls.

Tagged Passions:ordinance and traffic

ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:

83. 180781 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Murphy INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing the Milwaukee Police Department to accept a donation of 53 LED

Headlights to be installed on the motorcycle fleet of the Milwaukee Police Department from J.W. Speaker. These lights and services are valued at approximately 37,000.
Tagged Passions:services, public safety, Donation, and donation

CONFIRMATION OF THE FOLLOWING:

84. 180622 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Appointment of Kenneth Harris, Jr. to the Safety and Civic Commission by Ald. Stamper.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

85. 180717 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Appointment of Dana World-Patterson to the Milwaukee Commission on Domestic Violence and

Sexual Assault by the Mayor. (7th Aldermanic District)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic violence

86. 180725 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Appointment of Annika Leonard to the Milwaukee Commission on Domestic Violence and

Sexual Assault, by the Common Council President.
Tagged Passions:council, boards and commissions, appointments, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic violence

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PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:

87. 180674 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Donovan INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Communication from the Commissioner of the Milwaukee Health Department relating to

the status of health department operations.
Tagged Passions:health

88. 180690 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Communication from the Fire Department relating to its 2017 Annual Report.

Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts

89. 180785 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Bauman INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Communication from the Milwaukee Fire Department and other relevant City departments

relating to policies and practices on placing placards or other signs on buildings relating to building vacancy status.
Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts

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THE ZONING, NEIGHBORHOODS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:

Tagged Passions:development, neighborhood, zoning, and Development

PASSAGE OF THE FOLLOWING:

90. 180316 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Kovac INTRODUCED ON: 05/30/2018 A substitute ordinance relating to the 1st Amendment to the General Planned Development

known as Columbia St. Mary's and the 3rd Amendment to the Detailed Planned Development known as Columbia St. Mary's, Phase 1, to remove the northeast portion of 2320 North Lake Drive along North Terrace Avenue and rezone that portion to Single-Family Residential, RS5, to accommodate the creation of three single-family lots on the subject site located on the west side of North Terrace Avenue, north of East North Avenue, in the 3rd Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, zoning, and Development

91. 180440 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Murphy INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018 A substitute ordinance relating to the establishment of a Shoreland-Wetland Overlay

Zone, WL, known as Dineen Park, located on the south side of West Melvina Street and West Vienna Avenue, east of West Appleton Avenue, in the 10th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:parks, streets, and ordinance

92. 180532 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/10/2018 A substitute ordinance relating to the Second Amendment to the Detailed Planned

Development known as Park Place, Stage 25, to permit the expansion of a surface parking lot for an existing office building at 11002 West Park Place, in the 5th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:expansion, ordinance, development, parking, and Development

ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING:

93. 180168 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 05/03/2018 Substitute resolution relating to the Permanent Historic Designation of the property at

2635 West Greenfield Avenue (also addressed at 1406 South Layton Boulevard) in the 8th Ald. District.
Tagged Passions:property, streets, and historic

94. 180511 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/10/2018 Resolution approving a final Certified Survey Map for land located on the south side of

East Bay Street and the northeast side of South Kinnickinnic Avenue to combine parcels into one parcel and to dedicate land for public alley purposes, in the 14th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:property and streets

95. 180584 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Kovac INTRODUCED ON: 07/10/2018 Substitute resolution authorizing City of Milwaukee entry into an Open Space

Restriction Agreement concerning part of 2320 North Lake Drive, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the 3rd Aldermanic District.

96. 180615 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Kovac INTRODUCED ON: 07/18/2018

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Substitute resolution relating to expanding the boundaries of the North Point North Historic District to include a portion of the property addressed

as 2320 North Lake Drive, located along the west side of North Terrace Avenue and south of the property located at 2411 North Terrace Avenue, in the 3rd Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:property and historic

97. 180632 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Kovac INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Resolution approving a final Certified Survey Map for land located on the north side of

East North Avenue and the west side of North Terrace Avenue to divide one parcel into four parcels, in the 3rd Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:property

98. 180673 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Stamper INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Substitute resolution relating to a Minor Modification to the Detailed Planned

Development now known as Washington Park Townhomes to remove the previously approved recreational path from the development located at 3103-3125 West Galena Street, on the south side of West Galena Street, east of North 32nd Street, in the 15th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:parks, streets, development, recreation, and Development

99. 180764 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing execution and recording of satisfactions to terminate of record

completed, expired and obsolete Redevelopment Plans.

100. 180765 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution directing a transfer of funds from the Capital Improvements-Advance Planning

Fund to a subaccount for comprehensive and redevelopment planning, land use analysis, GIS mapping and zoning activities.
Tagged Passions:GIS, capital spending, Capital Spending, planning, zoning, and funding

101. 180772 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Perez INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution amending the Land Disposition Report approved by Common Council File No.

180588 relating to the sale of the City-owned property at 2665-67 South 13th Street, in the 12th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:council, property, streets, and sale

102. 180776 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Rainey INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution authorizing the sale of Century City Redevelopment Corporation s

membership interest in Century City 1, LLC, in the 7th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:sale

103. 180778 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Stamper INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution approving a Land Disposition Report and authorizing the sale

of the City-owned tax deed property at 2641-43 North 27th Street, in the 15th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, streets, Taxes, and sale

104. 180779 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Perez INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Substitute resolution authorizing acquisition and then sale of 840 South Barclay

Street, in the 12th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:streets and sale

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105. 180780 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Zielinski INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution approving revised terms for the Hamburger Lofts LLC project, in the

14th Aldermanic District.

106. 180792 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Hamilton and Ald. Rainey

INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018

Resolution regarding Century City Redevelopment Corporation and end of new market tax credit 7-year compliance period and authorizing related real

property conveyances and other end-of-compliance period actions, in the 1st and 7th Aldermanic Districts.
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, compliance, Taxes, and market

107. 180793 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Donovan INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution approving the Land Disposition Report for property in the Menomonee

Valley Industrial Center for sale to Mulhaney Properties, LLC for expansion of the Badger Railing manufacturing facility, in the 8th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:expansion, property, facility, sale, and industrial

108. 180808 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Hamilton INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution approving a Strong Neighborhoods Challenge Grant Fund Program grant to

Pastors United Milwaukee.
Tagged Passions:neighborhood, grant, and program

109. 180809 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Donovan INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution approving the Land Disposition Report for property in the Menomonee

Valley Industrial Center for sale to 48IDA, LLC for development of the Splat dpi printing facility, in the 8th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:property, development, facility, sale, Development, and industrial

110. 180810 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Hamilton INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Resolution approving a lease between the Redevelopment Authority of the City of

Milwaukee and the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation for 4101 North 31st Street, in the 1st Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, development, community development, and Development

111. 180851 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Coggs INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Resolution accepting an unsolicited offer to purchase from Leola Mae Williams for the

property located at 3550 North Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive for rental purposes, in the 6th Aldermanic District.
Tagged Passions:rental, property, and purchasing

PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:

112. 180115 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Perez INTRODUCED ON: 04/17/2018 A substitute ordinance relating to the parking of all-terrain and utility terrain

vehicles on unpaved surfaces.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, ordinance, and parking

113. 180559 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/10/2018 Communication from the Department of City Development transmitting the 2017 Annual

Report of Tax Incremental Districts.
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, development, and Development

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114. 180794 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Communication from the Office of Small Business Development relating to the First

Quarter 2018 report regarding Small Business Enterprise and Residence Preference Program participation for the Deer District Arena Development.
Tagged Passions:business, small business, development, Development, and program

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Council Agenda Tuesday, September 25, 2018COMMON COUNCIL

THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:

Tagged Passions:development, economic development, and Development

CONFIRMATION OF THE FOLLOWING:

115. 180660 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Reappointment of Amrit Patel to the Business Improvement District 4 by the Mayor. (12th

Aldermanic District)
Tagged Passions:business

116. 180661 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Appointment of Dan Henkhaus to the Business Improvement District 26 by the Mayor. (12th

Aldermanic District)
Tagged Passions:business and appointments

117. 180662 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 07/31/2018 Reappointment of Eric Peterson to the Business Improvement District 42 by the Mayor.

(6th Aldermanic District)
Tagged Passions:business

118. 180715 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Appointment of Benjamin Lorber to the Business Improvement District 10 by the Mayor.

(4th Aldermanic District)
Tagged Passions:business and appointments

119. 180716 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Appointment of Nova Grober-Beschta to the Business Improvement District 41 by the

Mayor. (3rd Aldermanic District)
Tagged Passions:business and appointments

120. 180741 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Appointment of Marvell Reed as an at-large member to the Youth Council.

Tagged Passions:council, appointments, and youth

121. 180824 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/05/2018 Appointment of Greta Garcia Jalil Melendez as representative of the 5th Aldermanic

District to the Youth Council.
Tagged Passions:council, appointments, and youth

PLACING ON FILE THE FOLLOWING:

122. 180388 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 06/20/2018 Appointment of Troy Reese representing local labor groups or trade unions on the

Residents Preference Program Review Commission by the Common Council President.
Tagged Passions:council, boards and commissions, appointments, trade, union, and program

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MATTERS FOR IMMEDIATE ADOPTION:

123. 180835 SPONSORED BY: THE CHAIR INTRODUCED ON: 09/25/2018 Resolution approving a final certified survey map for 213 LLC.

124. 180816 SPONSORED BY: Ald. Hamilton INTRODUCED ON: 09/25/2018 Motion approving a schedule of regular meetings of the Common Council and its

standing committees for the year 2019.
Tagged Passions:council

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