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The City of Milwaukee works to acquire commodities and services in the most cost effective, efficient and impartial manner within the appropriate guidelines. Goods, services, and construction, are generally obtained through a bid or proposal solicitation process to offer the opportunity for equitable participation by businesses throughout the city.
By using E-Notify you can find out when important things happen in the City. You can receive several different types of notices from the City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee Public Schools. Including news releases, meeting notices and agendas, job announcements, new property sale listings, bid notices, online auction items, and many others. Once you choose your topics, just sit back and wait for the pertinent information to come directly to you.
Animals picked up stray throughout Milwaukee County are delivered to MADACC for reclaim by county residents and law enforcement officers. If an animal is wearing identification or a microchip is found during scanning, attempts will be made immediately to contact owners. To assist you in your search, MADACC has an online lost-and-found search of animals at the shelter.
A license is required for each individual temporary food operation, site, location or stand where food is prepared, processed, served or sold shall obtain a temporary food dealer license.
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The City Channel (Channel 25 on Time Warner Cable and Channel 99 on AT&T U-verse) provides live and taped replay telecasts of Common Council and Council Committee meetings. The City Channel also telecasts meetings of other city boards and commissions, special city events and other informational programming on city activities and services.
VISIT Milwaukee is the chief image and tourism marketing organization of the greater Milwaukee area.
Milwaukee was among the first cities in the United States to provide wireless Internet access in public spaces. Pere Marquette Park and Cathedral Square Park have been "freespots," or wireless access points for public use, since June 2003. Milwaukee Public Library also provides Internet service around all its libraries throughout the city.
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