Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic

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Snow and Ice Control Operations for Saturday Dec.19, 2020 as of Dec 17, 2020Current Conditions: 33°and cloudyForecast: A...
12/18/2020
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Snow and Ice Control Operations for Saturday Dec.19, 2020 as of Dec 17, 2020
Current Conditions: 33°and cloudy
Forecast: As a cold front pushes through our area Saturday, there is a chance for flurries, rain/snow mix and/or snow showers lasting into Saturday evening. Possible snow accumulations of ¼” to 1”.
The Plan: We will be anti-icing the arterials and bridges during the day on Friday. You may see our 6 tanker trucks and several hybrid salt trucks applying salt brine to the pavement.
Covid-19 precautions have been established and are in place to provide for social distancing and limiting person to person contact during operations. Cleaning supplies and hand sanitizers are stationed for use and mask are required unless the driver is alone in their vehicle.
Parking: No impact expected.
Winter parking regulations began December 1, with no parking 2 am – 6 am on through highways and bus routes. Posted signs take precedence, such as streets posted No Parking Dec 1- Mar 1. We encourage those that park on the street to sign up for E –Notify and text messaging at milwaukee.gov/parking.

Affordable land and leasing costs, abundant fresh water, an educated workforce, low business costs and easy access to financing, technical assistance and efficient transportation have helped local businesses succeed and grow.

ICYMI: Yesterday Wisconsin Department of Health Services hosted a briefing to answer Wisconsinites’ questions about the ...
12/17/2020

ICYMI: Yesterday Wisconsin Department of Health Services hosted a briefing to answer Wisconsinites’ questions about the #COVID19 vaccine program. Watch here ⬇️

TODAY AT NOON: #DHSWI Secretary-designee Andrea Palm and Division of Public Health Immunization Program Manager Dr. Stephanie Schauer talk #COVID19_WI #vaccine. Watch: https://youtu.be/n2BYnNnlIk4

Know your status. If you feel sick or think you may have been exposed, get tested for COVID-19 to help stop the spread. ...
12/17/2020

Know your status. If you feel sick or think you may have been exposed, get tested for COVID-19 to help stop the spread.

Stay home. STAY POSITIVE! Test Negative.

View testing sites at milwaukee.gov/covidtesting.

See when you will be able to get the COVID 19 vaccine in Milwaukee.
12/16/2020

See when you will be able to get the COVID 19 vaccine in Milwaukee.

When will you be able to get a #COVID19 vaccine? Healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities will be the first to receive it. The vaccine will be more widely available to the public sometime this summer. Visit http://milwaukee.gov/covidvax for updates. #VaxFacts #StaySafeMKE #MKECares
*Information is subject to change based on the rapidly evolving nature of the vaccine distribution planning efforts*

It’s not just about 30 police officers. Statement by members of the Common Council.
12/16/2020

It’s not just about 30 police officers. Statement by members of the Common Council.

2020 was my first year in office as your Alderwoman, and it’s an honor to serve you. The year was a busy one, defined by...
12/15/2020

2020 was my first year in office as your Alderwoman, and it’s an honor to serve you. The year was a busy one, defined by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement and calls for police reform, and a variety of other issues facing our city. Along the way, we were able to press forward with initiatives in the name of making Milwaukee a stronger city that benefits all of its residents.

With the year coming to an end, we want to hear from you! I invite you to take a few moments to complete our year end survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7Z8XN7P.

12/15/2020
Snow and Ice Control Operations for the upcoming weekend of Dec. 11-12, 2020 as of Dec 11, 2020 at 10 am  Current Condit...
12/11/2020
Snow and Ice Control Operations

Snow and Ice Control Operations for the upcoming weekend of Dec. 11-12, 2020 as of Dec 11, 2020 at 10 am

Current Conditions: 42° Rain and windy.

Forecast: Windy and rain tonight mixing with snow overnight into Saturday. Possible all snow by Saturday afternoon into the evening. The range of snow totals currently is 0”-6 “. The lake water temperature is 48° and with Northeast winds, may lessen the amount of snow near the lake. Pavement temperatures are near 40° which if they hold, will help to melt much of the snow. All this is to say that we just don’t know when the rain will change to snow, how much we will get, and how much will accumulate on the pavement.

The Plan: We are monitoring weather forecasts carefully. Staff is scheduled to drive and monitor road conditions overnight. All trucks have been prepared and started to ensure they are ready to roll. All drivers and support staff have been notified of possible call outs for tonight overnight and into tomorrow as needed. If a General Ice Control ( GIC) Operations is called we will have 103 salt trucks on the road.

Covid-19 precautions have been established and are in place to provide for social distancing and limiting person to person contact during operations. Cleaning supplies and hand sanitizers are stationed for use and masks are required unless the driver is alone in their vehicle.

Parking: No impact expected.
Winter parking regulations began December 1, with no parking 2 am – 6 am on through highways and bus routes. Posted signs take precedence, such as streets posted No Parking Dec 1- Mar 1. We encourage those that park on the street to sign up for E –Notify and text messaging at milwaukee.gov/parking.


Find more information on our website: milwaukee.gov/snow

Current Operation status and information for snow and ice control in the City of Milwaukee.

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12/09/2020

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The Public Safety and Health Committee will consider the appointments to the Fire and Police Commission and the Executiv...
12/09/2020

The Public Safety and Health Committee will consider the appointments to the Fire and Police Commission and the Executive Director nominated by the Mayor on Monday December 14. The public ecomment feature is available.

The community is invited to meet the FPC Commissioners and the Executive Director up for confirmation at a virtual meeting this Saturday.

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A Community Meeting for appointee to the Executive Director role, Leon Todd, appointee to Commissioner, Amanda Avalos, and the re-appointment of Commissioner Ann Wilson will be held Saturday December 12th from 10 am to 1 pm. If you would like to participate and submit questions, you can do so by using this link:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3610410668411489293
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Public Safety and Health Committee meeting set for Tuesday, December 8thAgenda includes mayor’s nomination of FPC execut...
11/30/2020
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Public Safety and Health Committee meeting set for Tuesday, December 8th

Agenda includes mayor’s nomination of FPC executive director, appointment and reappointment of FPC board members

The Public Safety and Health Committee will take up the nomination of Leon Todd to be the next executive director of the Fire and Police Commission – and an FPC board appointment and reappointment – when it meets virtually on Tuesday, December 8th.

Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic, chair of the Public Safety and Health Committee, said Mayor Barrett’s nomination of Mr. Todd requires close examination and public input, as do the reappointment to the FPC board of Ann Wilson and the appointment of Amanda Avalos.

“The importance of the executive director of the Fire and Police Commission has been brought to the fore during the past year, and it is vital that the Council and community be involved in a public forum where Mr. Todd can be asked questions and provided a chance to share his vision for the future of the Commission,” Alderwoman Dimitrijevic said, noting the same opportunity should be provided to Ms. Wilson and Ms. Avalos.

“I strongly encourage citizens to use the ‘e-comment’ tool in our Legistar system to offer input and any questions they believe should be asked of Mr. Todd, or of Ms. Wilson and Ms. Avalos,” she said.

Public comment is encouraged for the files and those wishing to provide input should follow the e-comment instructions below.

Visit https://tinyurl.com/y4pwfd8n.
Select the “e-comment” button across from the meeting during which the desired file will be heard. Meeting info is listed above.
Scroll down to the item number that corresponds to the desired file and click the “comment” button.
Fill in the necessary information, select a position and type a comment in the comment box. Note that comments are limited to 600 characters.
Hit submit.
The Public Safety and Health Committee meeting on December 8th will be televised live on the City Channel (channel 25 on Spectrum Cable and channel 99 on AT&T U-Verse in the City of Milwaukee) and via streaming video on the city website at city.milwaukee.gov/Channel25.

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 prog...

To celebrate Small Business Saturday, I toured the new D14 location of Lion's Tooth independent bookstore. This female a...
11/29/2020

To celebrate Small Business Saturday, I toured the new D14 location of Lion's Tooth independent bookstore.

This female and immigrant owned business will be much more than a bookstore.

When it’s safe, I can’t wait to check out their collection and take my family to hear children’s authors read in the new backyard.

Welcome to D14, shop local and stock up on your holiday gifts!

Lion's Tooth

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your holiday safely at home.-Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic
11/26/2020

Happy Thanksgiving!

Enjoy your holiday safely at home.

-Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic

Starting our morning off with the coolest 🧊 orientation we have received since being elected to serve at the city. Snow ...
11/25/2020

Starting our morning off with the coolest 🧊 orientation we have received since being elected to serve at the city.

Snow ❄️ and ice 🧊 operations!!

What an amazing operation our city divers to us each winter!

I am left in awe of the great public service and infrastructure using meteorology, science and technology to keep us all safe.

We maintain 7,000 lane miles in the city!

The odds are actually against us in our quest against the somewhat unpredictable weather so let’s be paitent as our public workers risk their own safety to protect us.

HOLIDAY TESTING HOURS: The Miller Park Covid-19 Testing Site will be closed for Thanksgiving. The Northwest & Southside ...
11/24/2020

HOLIDAY TESTING HOURS: The Miller Park Covid-19 Testing Site will be closed for Thanksgiving. The Northwest & Southside Centers will be closed Thursday AND Friday. View additional sites at milwaukee.gov/covidtesting. #MKEcares #StaySafeMKE

30,000+ new #COVID19 cases in SE WI this past week. 500+ are in the hospital. THIS IS REAL. #COVID19 isn’t just about nu...
11/23/2020

30,000+ new #COVID19 cases in SE WI this past week. 500+ are in the hospital. THIS IS REAL. #COVID19 isn’t just about numbers... it’s about neighbors. But you have the power to keep yourself & the people around you safe. Learn how here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBoH5O8wlvM&feature=youtu.be

The Milwaukee Health Department asks us to stay home and do not gather with anyone who is not from your household (meani...
11/21/2020

The Milwaukee Health Department asks us to stay home and do not gather with anyone who is not from your household (meaning lives at your house) for the holidays.

milwaukee.gov/thanksgivingguide

The spread of this virus is preventable which means the hospitalizations and deaths are preventable too by the choices you make. When more people have the virus, they give it to more people. Let’s stop the transmission now. Schedule the virtual holiday or call now.

Fire & Police Commission - MKE
11/21/2020

Fire & Police Commission - MKE

The FPC will be hosting the second community meeting for the candidates for Chief of Police for the Milwaukee Police Department tomorrow, Saturday November 21st, from 1 to 4 pm. If you would like to attend the meeting and ask questions of the candidates, please register at this link:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5177030019380802827

Agenda: https://bit.ly/3pPf3gX
View on City Channel: https://bit.ly/3n19Y2Y
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#fpc #fireandpolicecommission #fpcmke #mke #milwaukee

I love welcoming new businesses to District 14! This locally, female owned bookshop will be a great addition to our thri...
11/20/2020

I love welcoming new businesses to District 14!
This locally, female owned bookshop will be a great addition to our thriving business and community corridor.
📚 💗 mom-neighbor-customer -Alderwoman
Lion's Tooth

WELL HELLO BAY VIEW! We are STOKED to come to the neighborhood. We have the best alderperson we could wish for too! Thank you Marina Dimitrijevic for being an enthusiastic representative and mom-neighbor-customer too ❤️

Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic also supports the plan, while still supporting an update to the 2008 Southeast Side Area ...
11/17/2020
Eyes on Milwaukee: 300-Unit Bay View Project Gains Zoning

Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic also supports the plan, while still supporting an update to the 2008 Southeast Side Area Plan that provides guidance on future development for much of Bay View.

“I want to let everybody know that we’re one of the most welcoming districts in the city. I always knew that, but this conversation put it to the test. But I believe our neighborhood, our district, really passed that test,” she said. Dimitrijevic called the proposed development “transformational.” The alderwoman held a community meeting that found broad support for the proposal.

ZND Committee okay for former factories to become city's largest mixed-income housing development.

Tomorrow 👇🔑🔑 The next step in the city process for the Bear rezoning request to develop in the Harbor Area of District 1...
11/16/2020

Tomorrow 👇

🔑🔑 The next step in the city process for the Bear rezoning request to develop in the Harbor Area of District 14 is this Tuesday at the Zoning and Development Committee. Join us or leave your public comment here: 👇👇👇

https://tinyurl.com/yxetdnbu

🍁🍁 Leaf Collection Deadline Extended 🍁🍁
11/14/2020

🍁🍁 Leaf Collection
Deadline Extended 🍁🍁

🔑🔑 The next step in the city process for the Bear rezoning request to develop in the Harbor Area of District 14 is this ...
11/13/2020

🔑🔑 The next step in the city process for the Bear rezoning request to develop in the Harbor Area of District 14 is this Tuesday at the Zoning and Development Committee. Join us or leave your public comment here: 👇👇👇

https://tinyurl.com/yxetdnbu

11/12/2020
💡💡💡Announcement: Saturday Testing to Begin 11-21-20   💡💡💡The Miller Park Covid-19 Testing Site will be open for Saturday...
11/12/2020

💡💡💡Announcement: Saturday Testing to Begin 11-21-20 💡💡💡

The Miller Park Covid-19 Testing Site will be open for Saturday hours starting November 21 from 9am-3pm. View additional sites at: Milwaukee.gov/covidtesting #MKEcares #StaySafeMKE

In partnership with the Milwaukee Health Department, I sponsored this legislation as Chairwoman of our Public Safety and...
11/12/2020

In partnership with the Milwaukee Health Department, I sponsored this legislation as Chairwoman of our Public Safety and Health Committee which will be heard today.

Unfortunately we need to increase the fines for the few bad actors who refuse to comply with our health order during this pandemic.

With reports of dance floors open, large crowds indoors and lack of masking, the city cannot allow business as usual. If you’re following the rules, thank you. If not, the city will seek compliance. We must act now to protect all of us.

We're offering free flu shots to children and adults at four community vaccination clinics. No insurance or appointment ...
11/11/2020

We're offering free flu shots to children and adults at four community vaccination clinics. No insurance or appointment needed.

The free flu vaccinations will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the following MPS school locations:


🗓️ Monday, Nov. 9: Andrew S. Douglas Middle School (3620 N. 18th St.)
🗓️ Tuesday, Nov. 10: Engleburg Elementary School (5100 N. 91st St.)
🗓️ Wednesday, Nov. 11: Anna F. Doerfler Elementary School (3014 W. Scott St.)
🗓️ Thursday, Nov. 12: Zablocki Community School (1016 W. Oklahoma Ave.)


(Find a map here: http://childrenswi.link/MPSFluClinics)


These flu shots are being provided in partnership with Children's Community Health Plan, Milwaukee Public Schools and the City of Milwaukee Health Department. They are available to anyone and are not limited to students and families of MPS.

(Kids must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.)

It is an honor to be named along side such great Milwaukee leaders as one of ten, “Pandemic Power Brokers” in the City o...
11/11/2020

It is an honor to be named along side such great Milwaukee leaders as one of ten, “Pandemic Power Brokers” in the City of Milwaukee from the Milwaukee Business Journal.

“What is a power broker? These are the people who others turn to when they need to get something done, whether it's a business deal, community project or raising money for a great cause.”-Milwaukee Business Journal

https://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2020/11/11/20-young-professional-pandemic-power-brokers-and.html

Leaf pickup season is here! Leaves are collected by city workers driving continuous routes throughout the pickup period....
11/10/2020
Fall Leaf Collection

Leaf pickup season is here! Leaves are collected by city workers driving continuous routes throughout the pickup period. Routes take 3-4 days to complete. Take care when parking to allow collection equipment enough clearance to remove the leaves. Enter your address here to find the next leaf pickup day on your street.

Residents should rake their leaves into the curb lanes for collection to be composted to make a rich soil amendment. Sanitation Services offers these tips for successful leaf collections:

Rake leaves loose into the curb lane. Leave a one foot gap between the leaves and the curb.
The 1' gap helps ensure the equipment can collect all of the leaves and protects the equipment from being damaged and helps prevent flooding by allowing storm water to move to the storm drains.

Keep piles away from sewer grates, storm drains, and low hanging trees.

Include yard debris such as flowers, garden trimmings, and weeds on top of leaf piles.
Do not include grass clippings, pumpkins, litter, or bagged material.

Do not put brush in the leaf piles. Keep brush separate and located between the curb and sidewalk. Call 286-CITY or request a brush collection online.

https://city.milwaukee.gov/sanitation/Yard-Food-Waste/FallLeafCollection

Details about the fall leaf collection including dates of this City service and instructions for proper set out.

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Dam your dumb
Since we are required to wear masks, and this is suppose to be so contagious, how come there are no bio-hazard bins around for disposal..
THANK YOU MARINA! YOU'RE SAVING LIVES!
Everyone on the common council is a joke. How is someone not wearing a mask harming someone who is when they are protecting themselves and I use the term protecting loosely because the boxes of masks even states that they do not protect from the spread of COVID 19. This is nothing more than another grab at power by the demented left. These mandates are not legal. They are unconstitutional and against ADA and HIPAA. Lets punish everyone but the protestors, rioter and looters who have gone weeks without masks. Appaerntly no one on the council follows the WHO and CDC because they are close to delisting this as a pandemic. But as long as I am on my soapbox... since masks are being mandated there is no reason to push mail in voting since we are all being force to mask up. This is only being done because the left handlers are pushing for this in hopes of stopping the Trump momentum. I've never seen such a bunch of un-American politicians as today's Democratic party being run by the Soros machine.
Suppose you can contact someone with the county and get the grass cut here. This is sad. I know not many people use this place, but it’s a nice spot for a social distancing picnic.
Congrats on the new position, I know you will take good care of your constitutes!!!!
I am looking forward to getting to know you as our Alderwoman. Welcome
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