Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic

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The deadline to apply for the second round of the Milwaukee Restart Program is Thursday, October 8. The grant program ha...
10/07/2020

The deadline to apply for the second round of the Milwaukee Restart Program is Thursday, October 8. The grant program has up to $10 million in federal relief funds available to assist local businesses that have suffered as a result of COVID-19. Apply online at Milwaukee.gov/restart.

Please share widely!
10/06/2020

Please share widely!

The Bay View Neighborhood Association and my office announce Halloween, reimagined in District 14.Following today’s anno...
10/06/2020

The Bay View Neighborhood Association and my office announce Halloween, reimagined in District 14.

Following today’s announcement from the City of Milwaukee Health Department and Mayor - traditional door to door trick or treat will not happen this year, but there are many other ways to celebrate safely.

Follow the link in the comments to check out risk levels associated with Halloween activities.

Stay safe 👻 and I can’t wait to see your costumes and pumpkins 🎃- Virtually or outdoors, spaces out with masks on !

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10/06/2020

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Happening on Monday! Don’t forget to register, we want YOU to be part of the discussion.➡️ milwaukee.gov/Envision13th#mk...
10/02/2020

Happening on Monday!

Don’t forget to register, we want YOU to be part of the discussion.

➡️ milwaukee.gov/Envision13th

#mke #crisolcorridor #milwaukee #south13th #envision13th #seguridad #safety

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09/30/2020

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Let’s do this right for all of us. It’s too important not to.
09/28/2020

Let’s do this right for all of us. It’s too important not to.

The 2nd round of the City’s business restart grant program is underway. Applications will be accepted beginning October ...
09/28/2020

The 2nd round of the City’s business restart grant program is underway.

Applications will be accepted beginning October 1st 2020. Please visit Milwaukee.gov/restart for more information.

Like the vast majority of my constituents, I support the right of all workers to form a union and collectively bargain f...
09/22/2020

Like the vast majority of my constituents, I support the right of all workers to form a union and collectively bargain for better wages, benefits, and working conditions. Solidarity to the excellent staff at Colectivo!

09/22/2020

Today the Milwaukee Common Council received the 2021 City of Milwaukee Budget from Mayor Barrett.

You can find the summary here:

https://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibrary/User/crystali/PublicSite/2021ProposedPlanandExecutiveBudgetSummary.pdf

Listening to Mayor Barrett present his recommended 2021 City of Milwaukee Budget.
09/22/2020

Listening to Mayor Barrett present his recommended 2021 City of Milwaukee Budget.

09/22/2020

Our office has received many inquiries about Trick or Treat during the pandemic.

With Wisconsin shattering daily records of new COVID 19 cases it’s time to reimagine Halloween and likely many fall and winter holidays in order to keep everyone safe.

Halloween isn’t cancelled it’s just going to need to be a little different.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services is recommending against traditional trick-or-treat this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

"Going house-to-house and having in-person contact is not recommended," according to the department's "COVID-19 Staying safe in your community" webpage.

Also note from the CDC -

“A costume mask (such as for Halloween) is not a substitute for a cloth mask," the CDC said. "A costume mask should not be used unless it is made of two or more layers of breathable fabric that covers the mouth and nose and doesn't leave gaps."

https://www.jsonline.com/story/life/wisconsin-family/2020/09/21/wisconsin-health-department-recommends-against-house-house-trick-treating/5859257002/?fbclid=IwAR3-lFpHVbSy-Rnq_Fr4tBK2RuBj_LEkDNWXD2mIVfPgwY6kO4t2j8YhPb8

Thus Saturday! Wear your 😷 and enjoy!
09/17/2020

Thus Saturday! Wear your 😷 and enjoy!

Rain, rain go away.. ☔️ 🌧 Let’s try this again next weekend!

Thank you for leading on this investigation Congresswoman Moore.
09/17/2020

Thank you for leading on this investigation Congresswoman Moore.

My colleagues and I are demanding a thorough investigation by the DHS’ Inspector General into the alarming allegations of mass hysterectomies conducted on immigrants in ICE custody.

Please share this opportunity for affordable housing in Milwaukee.
09/17/2020

Please share this opportunity for affordable housing in Milwaukee.

PROJECT-BASED VOUCHER WAITING LISTS TO OPEN: Beginning Monday, September 21, 2020 at 9:00 am CDT and continuing until further notice, the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee will accept pre-applications at waitlist.hacm.org from individuals interested in receiving an application for a Project-Based Voucher. This type of assistance subsidizes the cost of housing at the specific housing developments listed in the information provided below.

In City Hall today -working for you! Here’s Terri -a District 14 resident who is the helpful voice you hear when you cal...
09/16/2020

In City Hall today -working for you!

Here’s Terri -a District 14 resident who is the helpful voice you hear when you call our office and the woman behind the emails!

Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic
09/15/2020

Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic

In my office at City Hall today masked up with some extra style to chair our Public Safety and Health Committee soon.
09/15/2020

In my office at City Hall today masked up with some extra style to chair our Public Safety and Health Committee soon.

If interested, please register: forms.gle/fwbftr8dWavEPueL8
09/14/2020

If interested, please register: forms.gle/fwbftr8dWavEPueL8

First D14 virtual townhall meeting happening now! Over 50 attendees along with our Department of Publc Works and Distric...
09/09/2020

First D14 virtual townhall meeting happening now!

Over 50 attendees along with our Department of Publc Works and District 6 Milwaukee Police Department!

I won’t back down from fighting for the people even if it means challenging giant corporations. Expanding 5G is good pro...
09/09/2020
5G Installation Unearths Concern In Some Milwaukee-Area Neighborhoods

I won’t back down from fighting for the people even if it means challenging giant corporations. Expanding 5G is good progress but as a communications provider, Verizon needs to improve their communication with neighbors -

Dimitrijevic says under federal and state telecommunications laws, local governments have very little say-so over the construction.

"There should be a plan for the placement, to not just fit the telecommunications companies best marketing plan and their economic growth, but what actually works in a neighborhood. And that's the part I am most irritated about,” she said.

Dimitrijevic says Verizon's contractors have not been giving property owners the required 48-hour work notice.

https://www.wuwm.com/post/5g-installation-unearths-concern-some-milwaukee-area-neighborhoods

The telecommunications industry continues to promise faster wireless service with a technology known as 5G. Cables and antenna towers related to 5G are now

Update from DPW 👇👇👇
09/02/2020

Update from DPW 👇👇👇

UPDATED: On Sept. 14 Overnight Parking will NOT begin enforcement. However, all posted time restrictions will take effect. This includes daytime parking permits.

💻Residential Non-Conforming Use, Commuter Impacted Residential Area, and Resident Only Permits can NOW be purchased online at https://city.milwaukee.gov/ParkingServices/ParkingPermits.

📰Full updated news release (English/Spanish) at http://milwaukee.gov/parkresume

The City of Milwaukee Budget deliberations have started. See the timeline here and be sure to take the 2021 Budget Surve...
08/29/2020

The City of Milwaukee Budget deliberations have started.

See the timeline here and be sure to take the 2021 Budget Survey so your voice is heard!

https://budgetpriority.questionpro.com/

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08/28/2020

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Please note new service hours for the week of August 31. The Central Library will reopen with limited services and new service hours beginning Monday, August 31. The main entrance on Wisconsin Ave. and 8th Street will be closed. Please enter the building on Wells Street.

In addition, the Milwaukee Public Library Bay View and Milwaukee Public Library Capitol Branches will be open with limited services beginning Monday, August 31.

We will continue to share updates as additional locations reopen. View hours & locations at mpl.org/hours_locations/.

It’s promising to see our first decline in cases since the beginning of July -MKE Cares our universal mask policy was ad...
08/28/2020

It’s promising to see our first decline in cases since the beginning of July -MKE Cares our universal mask policy was adopted unanimously on July 13 and we can see the progress. Let’s keep up the good work Milwaukee and eliminate COVID 19 together.

🛎 Update from the Milwaukee Health Department 🛎

Below are the Five Key Indicators and Gating Criteria that drive our City’s advancement through the phases.

These measures are reassessed every Friday but advancement through the phases can only occur 14 days after we are in a new phase. Today is the 28-day mark for Phase 4.1.

We are pleased to report that we have a statistically significant decline in COVID-19 cases [-0.19, P-value of 0.001 (95% CI: -0.28, -0.10)] and our positivity rate is down to 5%.

We have not had a statistically significant increase/decrease since the week of July 2nd.

Considering our latest update, we will need to hold in Phase 4.1 to make sure that we are on the right track. We will reassess our progress next week, September 4, 2020. MHD will continue to monitor the situation and determine if additional protective measures are necessary to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Reminder – Masks are required per the MKE Cares mask ordinance, which went into effect on July 16, 2020 for the city of Milwaukee and the rest of the State on August 1, 2020. Please report business violations of the mask laws and order 4.1. by calling 414-286-3674 or emailing [email protected]. Complaints will remain anonymous.

Today, alongside State Representatives Myers and Haywood and Alderman Mark Borkowski, the bells of City Hall rang an ext...
08/27/2020

Today, alongside State Representatives Myers and Haywood and Alderman Mark Borkowski, the bells of City Hall rang an extra 10 times at 12:00pm to commemorate the Women’s Equality Day --in honor of the 1920 certification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

Other disenfranchising barriers would not be removed for Black women until the Voting Rights Act of 1965, for Native American women until the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924, and for women ages 18 to 21 until the 26th Amendment.

The women’s rights movement for civil rights was met with violence and protests, however vigilance and equality prevailed. This year we made HerStory by electing the most women ever to the Milwaukee Common Council with five female members of fifteen.

It’s been a long road and we all have a long way to go. Let’s keep marching, together. Right on in to the ballot boxes.

08/21/2020
city.milwaukee.gov

Check out our August E-Newsletter!

https://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibrary/Groups/ccCouncil/District-14-Zielinski/PDFs/E-Newsletters/Augnewsletterfinalupdated.pdf

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200 E Wells St
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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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