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December 2005

Dec. 29  Mob Beating Aftermath: Using Anti-Loitering Laws To Fight Gangs
Dec. 13  Crime Prompts Alderman, Neighborhoods To Adapt Community Standards Initiative
Dec. 13  Future Of Hartung Quarry Subject Of Public Meeting Thursday At Mount Mary College
Dec. 8  Curfew, Jobs, Sex Education, Glamorization Of Violence: Some Of The Issues Brought To Youth Council During Open Forum
Dec. 7  CORRECTION Re: News Release of November 29, 2005 Entitled: Slavery Disclosure, Reparations Ordinance Goes To Council's Finance & Personnel Committee
Dec. 5  Youth Council To Host First Public Open Forum Dec. 7 At Rufus King High School

November 2005

Nov. 29  A Subsitute Ordinance Relating To Disclosure Of Participation In Or Profits Derived From Slavery By Contractors
Nov. 29  Slavery Disclosure, Reparations Ordinance Goes To Council's Finance & Personnel Committee
Nov. 18  Police Chief To Discuss Crime Issues
Nov. 17  Southern Rap Music To Draw Attention To Violence In Milwaukee
Nov. 9  Statement From Ald. Mike McGee, Jr. Re: Arrest By Wauwatosa Police
Nov. 8  Floodplain Map Changes To Be Marked By Thursday Event
Nov. 2  Budget Proposal Would Help City Expand Pool Of Skilled Workers
Nov. 1  Good Idea, But not Enough Time

October 2005

Oct. 26  The Attached Statement Was Issued Today By Ald. Mike McGee, Jr. Re: Newspaper Column On Millions More Movement Trip To Washington, D.C.
Oct. 25  At News Conference, Alderman Terry Witkowski To Address "Plans" To Demolish 44 City Homes As Part Of Freeway Project
Oct. 21  Ald. McGee Works To Sustain Energy Of Million More Movement
Oct. 17  Major Police & Fire Budget Announcement Set
Oct. 17  Alderman's Town Hall Meeting To Include Council President, City Department Heads
Oct. 14  Reducing Crime On Ald. Hines' Agenda As He Meets With Residents Of The Amani Neighborhood
Oct. 12  Marchers In Millions More Movement To Leave For Washington, D.C.
Oct. 7  Alderman To Join Fire Chief Saturday For Neighborhood Walk-Through
Oct. 7  Results of Racine Gun Buy-Back Program To Be Announced Monday
Oct. 5  Avalon Theatre Plans To Be Detailed
Oct. 3  Common Council President Willie Hines Sickened by Shooting of Police Officer

September 2005

Sep. 6  Rave Concert To Provide Help For Hurricane Victims
Sep. 1  Several Council Members Join Ald. Bohl's Call To Use Potawatomi Windfall To Help Fund Three Police Recruit Classes In 2006

August 2005

Aug. 29  Gun Buy-Back Program Reborn And Will Operate At New Milwaukee Location; News Conference To Display Guns Taken Off Streets & Announce Jobs Initiative
Aug. 26  Mayor Urged To Use Potawatomi Windfall To Help Fund Third Police Recruit Class In 2006
Aug. 26  Letter To Mayor Barrett From Alderman Bohl
Aug. 18  29th St. Warning Alumni Association Works To Create Better Future For Youth
Aug. 18  Ald. McGee Announces Specifics For Racine Gun Buy-Back Program
Aug. 16  Buy-Back Program Approaching 250 Guns Taken Off City Streets; Program Expands To Racine
Aug. 11  WARNING Basketball League Championships Tonight At 5:30 p.m.; Will Showcase Hoops Skills And Positive Activities Of Young Black Men
Aug. 3  Buy-Back Program Tallies More Than 100 Guns Taken Off City Streets; Generous Donors Help Extend Program
Aug. 3  Southsiders Demanding Police Services
Aug. 2  Gun Buy-Back Program To End Wednesday; Ald. McGee To Meet With Mayor To Discuss Possible City Funding Help

July 2005

Jul. 26  Downspout Disconnection Plan Aims To Reduce Lake Michigan Pollution And Bay View Basement Flooding
Jul. 25  Ald. McGee Announces Gun Buy-Back Program Details
Jul. 22  Traffic Parade and Event With Ald. McGee
Jul. 22  Multi-Pronged Approach To Combat Violence Offered; Has Initial Backing Of Several Council Members
Jul. 21  Public Forum on the Extension of Hank Aaron State Trail With Ald. Murphy On July 25
Jul. 19  Common Council President Demands Police Saturate High Crime Areas In The Wake of Ten Homicides In Eight Days
Jul. 14  Council President Hines Relieves Ald. Donovan Of Chairmanship Duties
Jul. 13  Supreme Court Ruling On Juvenile Questioning Praised

June 2005

Jun. 27  Ordinance Would Seek Disclosure, Reparations From Businesses With Ties To Slavery
Jun. 17  Lobbyist Registration Ordinance Takes Effect July 1
Jun. 16  Fighting Crime Pro-Actively
Jun. 16  Police Sergeant Deserves Praise For Pointing Out Possible Racial Bias In Police Shootings, Flaws In Inquest Process
Jun. 9  Police Department And Community Deserve Shared Credit For Drop In Crime
Jun. 8  City Of Milwaukee Youth Council Meeting
Jun. 7  New Home To Spring Up At Near South Side Intersection
Jun. 3  Statement From The Council President
Jun. 3  Mayor Barrett To Join Ald. Witkowski For South Side Town Hall Meeting June 7
Jun. 2  Open Letter From Common Council President Willie L. Hines, Jr. Re: Inquest System

May 2005

May 11  Police Athletic League Facility Offered For Sale Or Lease In Bankruptcy Action; Bids Due Monday
May 9  Federal Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against City, Police Department
May 6  Inauguration Ceremony For Youth Council To Feature Mayor, Common Council President
May 6  Tragic Mother's Day Weekend Accident On Brady Street Brings Changes
May 5  Mayor's "Safe Summer Initiative" Will Duplicate Respect Kampain Efforts, Is "Feel Good Clone," Ald. McGee Says

April 2005

Apr. 25  Youth Council Nominees To Appear Before Common Council Committee Tuesday
Apr. 21  Vigil Saturday To Emphasize Street-Leval, Neighborhod Code Of Conduct
Apr. 19  Council Members To Question, Discuss Issues With Fire & Police Commission
Apr. 18  New Airport Business Association To Take Flight Tuesday
Apr. 18  Random Acts Of Violence Must Stop
Apr. 15  Offenders Will Clean Up Alleys, Remove Brush As Part Of "Operation Alley Cat"
Apr. 12  Community Meeting To Include Frank Jude, Jr., Panel Talk On MPD, Justice Issues
Apr. 6  Statement of Common Council President Willie L. Hines, Jr. Re: Verdict In Jones Discrimination Lawsuit
Apr. 6  Missing Out On A Tax Credit?

March 2005

Mar. 23  New Water Safety Initiative Aims To Prevent Child Drownings
Mar. 14  Ald. McGee Says Holton Street Site For Sex Offenders "Off The Table"
Mar. 9  U.S. Justice Department Urged To Probe Jude Beating For Criminal Civil Rights Violations
Mar. 8  Kenosha Casino Would Cost Milwaukee Thousands Of Jobs: New Economic Study
Mar. 8  Visioning Meeting For Sherman Park Neighborhood Open To All
Mar. 7  Kenosha Casino Would Cost Milwaukee Thousands Of Jobs, New Study Says
Mar. 3  Ald. McGee To Appear At Prayer Vigil Adjacent To Jude Beating Site
Mar. 2  Looking For Fun, Educational Stop? Try Touring The Fire Museum
Mar. 1  Police Chief Hegerty To Update Council Members On Alarm Response Policy

February 2005

Feb. 28  News Conference To Address Charges In Jude Beating Incident
Feb. 17  Jude Beating Case Should Be Turned Over To State Attorney General, Alderman Says
Feb. 15  Calls For Economic Sanctions In Jude Beating
Feb. 11  A Call For Responsible Gun Ownership
Feb. 11  Statement From Common Council President Willie L. Hines, Jr. On Beating Of Frank Jude, Jr.
Feb. 8  "Justice For Jude" Rally Planned At D.A.'s Office
Feb. 1  Common Council Approves Scooter Sales Requirements, Measure Seeking Doubling Of Speeding Fines In Some Cases



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