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PUBLIC SAFETY AND HEALTH COMMITTEE on 2022-04-28 9:00 AM - This is also a virtual meeting. Those wishing to view the proceedings are able to do so via the City Channel - Channel 25 on Spectrum Cable or on the Internet at www.milwaukee.gov/channel25.
Meeting Time: April 28, 2022 at 9:00am CDT
Closed for Comment April 28, 2022 at 8:00am CDT
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1. 211984 A substitute ordinance relating to parking controls.
211984 parking letters.pdf
2. 211985 A substitute ordinance relating to traffic controls.
211985 traffic letters.pdf
Montana-52nd Pl at 53rd.pdf
3. 200043 Communication from the Milwaukee Health Department providing an update on its efforts responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Presentation 12/8/20 meeting
Presentation 10/22 meeting
PowerPoint Presentation for 10/1/20
COVID-19 PS&H, Draft 5-9-20
COVID-19 PSH 6.3.2020
Press Release - Moving MKE Forward - May 29
Hearing Notice List 04.01.21
Public Safety May 13 21.pptx
Presentation 7 15 21
Presentation 9 10 21
Presentation 9 30 21
Presentation 11 11 21
CC File 200043 Paul Mozina 111121
CCFN 200043 MHD Ignoring Mandatory VAERS Reporting Requirements
Presentation 1 7 22
Presentation for April 8 22
4. 211768 Communication from the Department of Public Works relating to the current status of the City's street lighting system and the use of both street lighting fees and A.R.P.A. funds to ensure its continued operation.
5. 211931 Communication from the Milwaukee Health Department relating to the Voluntary Lead-Safe Registry Initiative.
6. 201500 Communication relating to the 2021 activities of the City-County Heroin, Opioid and Cocaine Task Force.
CCHOCTF Agenda 05.05.21
CCHOCTF Minutes 02-14-20
MHD MORI Presentation 05.05.21
OD-PHAST Presentation 05.05.21
Paul Mozina Public Comments 05.05.21
CCHOCTF Agenda 09.20.21
CCHOCTF Minutes 05.05.21
NEWS RELEASE - Ortiz-Velez Resolution SupportingLegalizationofFentanylTestingStripsAdoptedbyCountyBoard(1)
OD-PHAST Presentation 09.20.21
1 pager with QR for handouts
19-BHD-002_CrisisInterSer_BiFold_v1 (2) (1) (1)
Access Clinic East
Access Clinic South flyer
AODA Res Medicaid Flyer (2)
BHD_CARS Brochure_final_print ready
Hub and Spoke Brochure_Member_FINAL WCS
MAT behind the walls
narcan direct milwaukee providers
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