When the Board of Estimates considers the following item, it may go into closed session pursuant to Sections 19.85(1)(e) and 19.85(1)(g), Wisconsin Statutes, which read as follows: 19.85(1)(e): Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session. 19.85(1)(g): Conferring with legal counsel for the governmental body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved. If the Board of Estimates does convene in closed session as described above, upon completion of the closed session, notice is hereby given that it may reconvene in open session to consider the following item without waiting 12 hours, pursuant to Wis.
A woman on Cypress Street Court said her daughter’s bike had been stolen. It was turquoise and had pink (after market) lights. She said she had no suspect information, however, there was a public housing camera directly above her front porch where the bike was last seen.
In this new world we now face, there are many tools and many options that we need to consider to help maintain our best health. While public health organizations are helping us with day to day directives, it is time for all of us to be creative, thoughtful and open to new opportunities in the health care environment. Virtual care is an efficacious tool, one of the options to help protect patients and their families, doctors and their staff, and the health care system itself as we work diligently to ease the incredible burdens on our system..
Three Democrats who opposed Pelosi’s election as speaker two years ago voted present on Sunday Reps. Mikie Sherrill of New Jersey, Abigail Spanberger of Virginia and Elissa Slotkin of Michigan, and five others who opposed her in 2019 back her this time. Rep.
MPD is at its worst when leadership threatens elected officials, denigrates racial justice movements and dismisses those who support them as “perpetually offended.” It is at its worst when serious concerns from the community about use of lethal and non lethal force and racial disparities in arrests are met with defensiveness and an unwillingness to admit any responsibility or room for substantial improvement. And it is at its worst when “small pockets of MPD subcultures” (as described by the OIR investigators) create stressful and hostile working environments for fellow officers by expressing racist attitudes that are antithetical to and undermine MPD’s goals of community and problem solving policing (see p. 161 of the report)..