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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

TINN - TEAM Internet-Net Neutrality Broadband Membership & IoT Focus

JANUARY 17, 2018
CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE || Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC announces its quest to provide more and more information about the IoT/Internet of Things for the understanding and comfort of the End-User, the taxpayer, the customer. 

What is IoT?
The Internet of things is explained by starting with the word "thing".
A thing is a person, an animal or another object that is not alive that has a device that communicates through a network by an IP/Internet Protocol (language)  address.  For example, thing, in the Internet of Things, can be a person with a heart monitor implant, a farm animal with a biochip transponder, an automobile that has built-in sensors to alert the driver when tire pressure is low -- or any other natural or man-made object that can be assigned an IP address and provided with the ability to transfer data over a network.  by IoT  Agenda.

TINN - TEAM Internet-Net Neutrality Broadband Initiative focuses on the IoT aspect using Broadband Connectivity.  Our target audience includes residential, commercial and light industrial stakeholders that are Underserved. The widespread disparity contributes greatly to human and economic losses that impair sustainability and promotes Urban and Rural populations mired in poverty and vastly in need of quality of life issues.

Confronting the challenges of poverty and literacy will create the impact statement needed for wealth-building and improved quality of life.

TINN's leadership asks the consumers to take a leadership role and become a member of the 21st Century Pioneers in Broadband for the Underserved Membership group.  The formal and connected network will have hands-on access, literacy and use of the Internet 365 days/52 weeks/7 days/24 hours. The 21st Century Pioneers in Broadband will utilize TINN Membership group, social networks, individual platforms, governmental platforms, corporation platforms and self-help platforms to navigate needs.

21st Century Pioneers in Broadband provide a specific population of individuals that choose to participate in a citizen-panel for overall aggrandizement, especially from the SIX (6) Southeastern Wisconsin cities/villages.  The target populations are:
  • Urban Milwaukee    - 597,047 ( 2016) - Largest WI city
  • Urban Kenosha       -   99,218 (2011) -  4th largest WI city
  • Urban/Rural Racine -   77,571 (2016) - 5th largest WI city
  • Rural Mt. Pleasant  -    26,360 (2016)
  • Rural Somers         -       9,597 (2010)
  • Rural Sturtevant     -      6,970 (2010)

It is important to note that there are three southeastern Wisconsin counties in the case study -  Milwaukee County (the City of Milwaukee is the county site); Racine County (the City of Racine is the county site); and Kenosha County (the City of Kenosha is the county site).  Of the 3 counties, Kenosha is connected to the state of Illinois economic projections.

The six (6) cities (the total population - 817,763) of the 3 counties have been identified for the 3-year case study of TINN to look at a blueprint that calls for Access, Literacy and Uses for the Underserved in the three counties.

TINN's case study research is concerned with the data sets for framing 21st Century sustainability of the populations, broadband connectivity, public transportation, food supply, labor options, employment, education attainment, healthcare, manufacturing, environmental grids that include Lake Michigan and electricity.

TINN will look long and hard at the multi-national corporation of Foxconn and outreach for access, literacy, and use of Broadband.

We are and will continue to document Foxconn's entry into the community.
We are and will continue to see where INTEGRITY and TRUST lie with this $$billion dollar NEW International neighbor.
We are and will continue to look at labor focus - care of employees given past disparities.
We are and will continue to look at the racial makeup of the hirees, administrators, construction workers, developers, real estate engagements at the citizen level; i.e., renters given 30-day notices and any bullying techniques.

We are and will continue to look at how "easy the Foxconn staff" is to locate for transparency, sharing information and providing a response to participating in  SMART TALK Conversations, seminars, conferences, and solution-building.
We are and will continue to look at TINN WELCOME WAGON receptivity and publish successes and concerns.

We see the World of the Internet backed by Broadband connectivity as a competitive edge and reason for making Foxconn and other state-of-the-art corporations partners and neighbors of Southeastern Wisconsin.

We also know that TINN - TEAM Internet-Net Neutrality will help ensure that Public Policy "is at" and "on" the table.  This includes the role and responsibilities of the FCC/Federal Communication Commission and the WI Public Service Commission (WI Lifeline and Universal Service Fund Council).

That the Broadband welfare of the People, acquisition of property, environmental issues, healthcare, contaminates, farm and food supply, housing,  safety -homeland security and medical responders, labor issues, education (academic/practicum/e-education), short- and long-term growth is a priority to those elected-appointed-hired-donor for-hire government representative.

Federal funding for energy grids, clean lakes, transportation, labor, housing, healthcare, and entrepreneurship for the Internet of Things are key for "political will" thinking and Smart Growth planning over the next 5-10 years.  The Rural villages of Mt. Pleasant and Sturtevant will quickly take on "population growth" and will move to budding Urban hot spots.  The growth should be around human welfare on equal footing for all races of all ages and the UNDERSERVED.
Mary Glass - Spokesperson
 "Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote in his speech of October 26, 1967, 'What is your Life's Blueprint'  a statement I have added to our commitment for the success of the TINN Initiative, he said Learn Baby Learn - so you can Earn Baby Earn. As the spokesperson for TINN, We ask you to join us as a 21st Century Passport Member for growth in the areas mentioned above.  Online Membership opens Thursday, January 18, 2018," said Mary Glass - Chief Visionary Officer, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC. 

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

SHOW 55 - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 89th Birthday - Remembering The Drum Major for Justice

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Airdate: 01/15/2018
 January 16, 2018
CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE || Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company kicked off its first MONDAY Show with the 89th Birthday Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The 55th show was dedicated to the legacy of Dr. King and two of his traits, PERSEVERANCE & INTEGRITY. 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a Baptist Minister known for eloquent speeches that invoked Inspiration.  Two of the speeches were used on the show.  They are:
·        What is Your Life’s Blueprint?
·        Rise Up and Say I am Somebody.

Take a listen and be INSPIRED to Re-boot your New Year’s Resolution.

Monday, January 15, 2018

SHOW 55 - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - The Drum Major for Justice Visits 2 Schools

In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. 
Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 15, 2018
CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE || Today is Dr. Martin Luther King Birthday - 89 years old.
Martin Luther King Jr. was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement. Wikipedia
BornJanuary 15, 1929, Atlanta, GA
DiedApril 4, 1968, Memphis, TN
SpouseCoretta Scott King (m. 1953–1968)
EducationBoston University (1951–1955), MORE

Today, Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company Riverwest Radio Talk Show MOVES to MONDAYS.

The first show is an EXCLUSIVE remembering the "Drum Major for Justice" - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

We celebrate this brother of humanity who lived, taught and shared his belief in "Perseverance and Integrity".

We have selected two student settings with similar messages of Perseverance and Integrity - his visit to Barratt Junior High ("What is Your Life's Blueprint" - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) and Glenview High School ("Rise Up and Say, I am Somebody" - Cleveland, OH).

We add to your viewing a poem he chose to add to each speech by poet-writer Langston Hughes.

Mother To Son
Well, son, I'll tell you:
Life for me ain't been no crystal stair.
It's had tacks in it,
And splinters,
And boards torn up,
And places with no carpet on the floor-
But all the time
I'se been a-climbin' on,
And reachin' landin's,
And turnin' corners,
And sometimes goin' in the dark
Where there ain't been no light.
So, boy, don't you turn back.
Don't you set down on the steps.
'Cause you finds it's kinder hard.
Don't you fall now-
For I'se still goin', honey,
I'se still climbin',

And life for me ain't been no crystal stair.


Rarely seen footage of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to students at Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia on October 26, 1967, where he delivered his speech "What Is Your Life's Blueprint?"


Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King Speaks! "Rise Up and Say, I am Somebody!" Message to Students. Glenville High School. Cleveland, Ohio. March 31, 1968.

We recommend that you continue viewing by listening to Dr. King's Drum Major Sermon called:  

"The Drum Major Instinct" Sermon 


Preserving OUR HISTORY and TELLING the STORY to our young, in-between, not so young and our SENORS. Keeping HOPE ALIVE

Join us!

January 15, 2018

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Sunday, January 14, 2018

Public Policy w/Mary Glass and Company Riverwest Radio Show MOVES to Mondays

W E L C O M E!

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Saturday, January 13, 2018

ARIANA CAWTHORN - 2018 Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Writing Contest Winner

Ariana Cawthorn - 2018 Speech Writer Winner
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award

Ariana Cawthorn - Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Writing Contest Winner
January 14, 2018

She is in the 11th Grade - East Brook Academy, 5375 W. Green Bay Road, Milwaukee.

There are seven-grade level categories.
Judging is on a point system that addresses the theme, personal ideas or experiences and shows an understanding of Dr. King's ideals.

Correct usage of basic grammar and writing skills was also considered.
Word Limit:  550 words.

An engraved plaque and a prize valued up to $100.

SUNDAY, January 14, 2018
Marcus Theater
929 N Water St, Milwaukee, WI 53202

Take a Listen to Ariana Cawthorn - Show 54

Monday, January 8, 2018

NON-Compliance by City Departments and Partners - Fiduciary Rule - PART II

JANUARY 8, 2018
CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE || Our findings of Misuse of PowerDISCRIMINATIONDisenfranchisement, Conflict of Interest, Misuse of Funds Failure to Cooperate, Lack of due Process and Obstruction is increasingly threatening DEMOCRACY of Milwaukeeans, CORE CONSTITUENTS.

CORE CONSTITUENTS makeup the population of the city of Milwaukee.  They are majority African American, other People of Color and ALL the Underserved.

In 2017, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC was able to view/review the behavior of branches of government under the leadership of Tom Barrett, the mayor that NEEDS CHANGE.

Directors, Deputies, Commissioners and co-staff members have become FACTOTUM for assuring that projects have taken on the following unlawful behaviors:

  1. Using African American, other People of Color and the Underserved to mislead and disenfranchise the "Core Constituents".   This includes "pitting one against the other", "paid to play" and "Intimidated".
  2. Obtaining MEGA federal funding in the name of the city of Milwaukee population - African American, American Indian, Asian, Latino and ALL the Underserved that are mired in poverty and stripped of the authority and enforcement that comes with the rules and regulations that include transparency and accountability to the population.
  3. Career government workers with those elected-appointed-hired and donor for-hire government representatives are mercenaries rather than patriots.  Therefore, the Fiduciary Rule has been kicked to the curb. Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC and Like-minds say WHOA by all means necessary.
  4. Obtaining Initial funding from the city of Milwaukee coffers is the automatic "passport" for ongoing "pet" projects; heavy-lifting monopoly-oligopoly Milwaukee 7-MMAC Corporations; Bublr BikeUW-Milwaukee and Marquette plus Miller-Coors, Potawatomi, Harley Davidson, Ambassador, Downtown Association corporations as well as questionable partnerships of Bader Philanthropies, Milwaukee Foundation, and Zilber Family Foundations; LISC, Walnut Way BID 32, Ken Little's DCD BIDS, Steve Mahan's CDBG and WWBIC/WI Women Business Initiative Corporation, donor takeover projects and Non-Profit conglomerate partnerships.
  5. Obtaining "pre-clearance" (myriad of appointed but unchecked committees by Tom Barrett, the mayor, Tom Barrett conflict of Interest on the UNITED MKE committee, the mayor and RACM-Redevelopment Authority of the city of Milwaukee) with "in-house rubber stamping" within departments of cronies that are individual and group-organized; i.e, Milwaukee Economic Renovation Initiative (Martha Brown- DSD and Preston Cole - DNS) and the Equitable Growth Study - TOD/Transportation Oriented Development - Moving Milwaukee Forward. Brown and Cole deliberately obstruct information and say one thing and do another. 
  6. Department of Public Works Commissioner Ghassan Korban failed due diligence because he is hard to reach and his co-staff member Jeff Polenske - City Engineer sits on the board of Bublr Bike.
  7. Obtaining endorsement from Milwaukee Common Council that fails the "Fiduciary Rule" (act in the best interest of the population) - File #160954
  8.  Staff members acting as "Moles" to create success in a Non-Profit start-up Milwaukee Food Council that has beginnings within the Department of Administration - Sharon Robinson, Erick Shambarger, and Tim McCollow inappropriate behavior with Milwaukee Food Council-UWM CIUAN, misrepresented and un-inclusiveness of the neighborhood stakeholders projects for awards - Harvard's Kennedy School of Government Ash Center, Carolyn Esswein of UWM CDS, Bryan Simon of Simon Landscaping/Energy Exchange and Jeremy Davis of Walnut Way's Blue Skies Landscaping, Ezekiel Gillespie Park and Fondy Park  - LISC, BID 32, Department Neighborhood Services and Walnut Way. 
  9. Department of City Development and other departments pilot projects that enter into formal contracts to prove their thesis without citizen participation authorization and fingerprint by using hundreds of thousand dollars from federal transportation funding using national corporation and local non-profits as "paid endorsers", i.e., Harbor District Inc., the Historic King Drive BID, Walker’s Point Association, Halyard Park Association, Historic Brewers Hill Association, Southside Organizing Committee, and Westcare Wisconsin.  DCD/City of Milwaukee has entered into contracts with HR&A Advisors and Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, sub-consultants, including local DBE-certified firms - P3 Development Group, Abrazo Marketing, and Lockly Valuation.
  10. MILWAUKEE PUBLIC LIBRARY has entered into massive Real Estate developments and do not have a Smart Growth Citizen Panel at the neighborhood level to guide the use of taxpayers and joint funding for Smart Growth in Milwaukee neighborhoods; input of the library staff and Library Trustee Board is minus the People and therefore fails the Fiduciary Rule; Paula Kiely- City Librarian, Joan Johnson - Deputy Librarian, and Sam McGovern-Rowen Project Manager are clearly obstructing information sharing when it is obvious that discrimination and un-inclusiveness is pervasive in the use of developers and construction partners, construction projects, design of the libraries for the People's Milwaukee Public Library and use of staff below Administration.
  11. Questionable Milwaukee Public Library donations from Herb Kohl, Northwestern Mutual Insurance, and Community Advocates  use.
  12. Milwaukee Public Library website for "survey" reserved for crony "UNITED MKE" but denied TINN - TEAM Internet-Net Neutrality Broadband Initiative for the Underserved was denied.  According to Joan Johnson, Deputy Librarian, United MKE was city-sanctioned.  Johnson condoned "a discrimination and Conflict of Interest platform" and identified Tom Barrett, the mayor who sits on United MKE Committee as the reason for city-sanctioned approval and therefore the TINN Broadband Initiative for the Underserved was forbidden use.
  13.  Milwaukee Public Library website and makers space at Mitchell Street Library,  partnerships with Gorman for more than one project, the design of libraries, Broadband concerns of each library (new and existing) and failure to provide information repeatedly by Paula Kiely, Joan Johnson and Sam McGovern-Rowen fail the Fiduciary Rule.

UNITED MKE is another effort on behalf of the Greater Milwaukee Committee, MMAC/Milwaukee Metropolitan Association of Commerce and Milwaukee 7 to Gentrify, ANNEX and takeover.  

These are the folks that have the monopoly-oligopoly Downtown Milwaukee Renaissance takeover in mind.  They are tired of having to recognize the People of Color census population of Milwaukee in the 96.83 square miles for this or that.  They are taking federal funding and partnering for takeover.  They are presently engaging in a massive takeover with "MKE UNITED" while implementing BOGUS projects like Milwaukee Street Car and the Walker's Point/Bronzeville Expansion - pitting the true stakeholders - African American, People of Color and ALL Underserved against each other to successful Involuntary Servitude (13th Amendment).

Look at the following:
MKE United is led by an Executive Committee that includes representation from the Greater Milwaukee Committee, the City of Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Urban League and the Greater Milwaukee Foundation. The Executive Committee will be advised by a Steering Committee representing a diverse cross section of Milwaukee leaders from government, community, nonprofit, philanthropy, business and institutional sectors.

EVA HALL, new President of the Urban League, and member of MKE United, does not - does NOT represent African Americans, other People of Color and the Underserved.

TOM BARRETT has NO credibility to the Fiduciary Rule of the 96.83 square miles of the city of Milwaukee.

He has breached the Fiduciary Rule since 2004 and he has continued over the last 12 years.  

He started out saying one thing and his action of teaming up and placing our city at a disadvantage with his Co-City partnership with Million dollar man Gale Glappa, We- Energies and the ALL Caucasian organization of Milwaukee 7.  He further provides a conflict of interest and monopoly-oligopoly control with the ongoing Co-City partnership of the MEDC Board where Tim Sheehy, Chairman of the MEDC Board is the President of MMAC/Milwaukee Metropolitan Association of Commerce (the coordinating body for theoperation of Milwaukee 7).

JULIA TAYLOR burned her bridges as a member for the People of Milwaukee in the late 1990's  during the John Norquist and AFDC/Aid to Families with Dependent Children trying times  She left the YWCA on MLKing Drive and went to the GRC/Greater Milwaukee Committee.  I do not believe she has the Fiduciary Rule aimed at African American, other People of Color and the Underserved of the 96.83 square miles.  Her aim is after the "GREATER" annexing.  Not this time Julia.  We see what Gale Klappa, Tim Sheehy, Tom Barrett, and the Downtown Caucasian gang are trying to do.

In 2015, Ellen Gilligan was Invited to MPA LLC Saturday Talk in the Amani Neighborhood to share the Mission and outreach services of Milwaukee Foundation. Aileen Rogers-Assistant, did not follow-up as she said.  I gave another date. 
We are all busy with heavy itineraries, therefore, we welcome another representative of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation as long as he/she is a decision maker for the philanthropic organization, transparent and accountable.

Gilligan declined to come and declined to send a representative.

Judging from the lackadaisical response of Aileen Rogers, her assistant, there was NO interest in attending.

Ellen Gilligan, President, Milwaukee Foundation was also asked to explain a questionable funding from Milwaukee Foundation to fund a project for the city of Milwaukee.  She refused to respond and was dismissive with chatter that was certainly her chose to use, however, not being transparent, she failed due diligence and the Fiduciary Rule and did not rise with the appropriate acumens here.

More to come.
January 8, 2018

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Show 53 Theme - Infrastructure Integrity

Show 53 Theme - Infrastructure Integrity 
January 7, 2018
CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE || SHOW 53 - Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company completed Day 365 of its 1st year on Riverwest Radio WXRW 104.1 FM, riverwestradio.com on Friday, January 5, 2018.  On Friday, January 6, 2017, PP w/Mary Glass & Company went on the air.

Resident Commentators
JAMES CARLINI, President of Carlini & Associates and REID MAGNEY, Public Information Officer, Wisconsin Election Commission are two (2) Resident Commentators of the show.  The Theme:  

    • (Obsolete “LOCKS” along the Mississippi River
    •    (Random Drawing in the State of Virginia)
Mary Glass – Executive Producer/Host "thanked" the listeners, Riverwest Radio administrators, sponsors, commentators and the TEAM for one year of opportunity.
Take a listen to LEARN, THINK and GET INVOLVED.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Replacing the Scorched Earth Public Policies in 2018 with the FIDUCIARY Rule

JANUARY 4, 2018 
CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE ||| Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC is a Public Policy firm based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  We seek human, legal, civil and social justice rights for the UNDERSERVED.  

Our historic baseline for quality of life, economic development, and wealth-building is with the 595,047 (2016) population that is "underserved" - African American, American Indian, Asian, Latino, and Work Challenged (all cultures, races, ages and, economics).

Southeastern WI Region
On August 24, 2017, MPA LLC launched TINN - TEAM Internet-Net Neutrality Broadband Initiative in Milwaukee, the county site of Milwaukee County.  

The 3-year case-study (2017-2020) seeks to implement Broadband internet with fine-tuning of the FCC/Federal Communication Commission Lifeline program though Wisconsin Lifeline - Public Service Commission of Wisconsin; as well as, what is available in today's marketplace that expands to an urban and rural format for Net Neutrality Broadband services for the Underserved.

On November 10, 2017Scott Walker, WI Governor and Terry Gou - Chairman, Foxconn Technology Group, signed off on the biggest development deal in Wisconsin history, linking a contract that provides a once-unimaginable level of state financial aid for a massive manufacturing complex that backers say will transform the state’s economy. (, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - November 10, 2017)

On November 13, 2017, MPA LLC TINN Initiative expanded to a Southeastern Wisconsin scope of service case-study for Broadband Internet services for the Underserved.  

The 3-County (Milwaukee-Racine-Kenosha) expansion connected Urban Milwaukee in Milwaukee County to Rural Mt. Pleasant and Urban/Rural Racine located in Racine County and Kenosha to Kenosha County.  Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha have high populations of People of Color and the Underserved.  

The year of 2018 will show the implementation of the paradigm of Re-defining, Re-branding and Un-trapping 
Milwaukeeans mired in systemic Concentrated Poverty.  Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin and the gateway for Wisconsin.

MPA LLC will lead the campaign to replace twelve (12) Scorched Earth tactics put in place primarily by elected-appointed-hired-donor for-hire government representatives  due to segregation, discriminationracial profilingdemonizingCaucasian privilegedisenfranchisement, obstruction, pitting the underserved against each other,  massive incarceration, extremely high Un- and Under-employmentlack of due process, and jim crow oppression through misuse of power - monopoly-oligopoly.

The strategic/operational services are to impact the gaps of the underserved people.  

The Touchstones start with the People and add their food sources, water supplies, transportation, communications, industrial resources, 21st Century training, 21st Century employment, and Broadband internet as part of the Fudiciary Rule for Smart Growth implementation.

Cooperative Learning
The goals of MPA LLC Smart Conversations for Cooperative Learning are critical thinking, reflective thinking, analytical thinking, self-awareness, self-confidence, public outreach, public speaking, active listening, and self-efficacy.  The expected outcomes include:
  • apprenticeship
  • citizenship
  • entrepreneurship
  • fellowship
  • Internship (June 19, 2017)
  • leadership
  • mentorship
  • ownership
  • partnership
  • scholarship
January 4, 2018

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Milwaukee Mayor and Common Council Failed "Fiduciary Rule" for CORE CONSTITUENTS - PART I

2018 Demand for "FIDUCIARY RULE" by the Elected Charter Officers

JANUARY 3, 2018

CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE - 15 Districts || This is the State of Milwaukee Fiduciary Rule public policy comments for the Opening of year 2018 for immediate changes in how the elected charter officers conduct the quality of life and economic development business for the population (595,047 - 2016).

The Fiduciary Rule is your Oath of Office.
The Fiduciary Rule is for you to "act in the best interest of the CORE CONSTITUENTS that make up the population within the 96.83 square miles".

Over the next 362 days of 2018, this Fiduciary Rule mandate calls for immediate actions on behalf of the wholistic benefit of the 15 districts that make up the 96.83 square miles of Milwaukee.

This Fiduciary Rule speaks on behalf of those who live, work, create families, pay taxes, attempt entrepreneurship, worship, go to school, build neighborhoods, provide history, provide leadership, create wealth-building, and morn the death of their relatives and neighbors.  They are Milwaukeeans, primarily African American, other People of Color and work challenged Milwaukeeans of ALL cultures and age groups.  

This Fiduciary Rule speaks to the executive and legislative branches of the city of Milwaukee government.  The ones that OK funding and resources from/through the city of Milwaukee.

Each year the NET value for the CORE CONSTITUENTS is more and more disparing and underserved, even though the dollars come in the MILLIONS, plus multi-millions.  2017 was no different - in fact it was worse.

We see real estate wannabes turn into giant developers through our city budget starter grants - CDBG, discretionary funding, TID/Tax Increment District, huge transportation funding; they quickly graduate to mega federal funding on the backs of Milwaukeeans.  The same folks get Letters of Recommendation from the city of Milwaukee city hall and branches of city hall to partner with various foundations and approved government spending.  They become ghost partners because the CORE CONSTITUENTS do not authorize Tom Barrett mayor and members of the common council to authorize the decade-after decade Involuntary Servitude.

We see so many committees, boards, authority groups (i.e., RACM) appointed by you Tom Barrett with absolutely NO transparency and accountability.  The board-committee members are not prepared.  One or two leads of the group, lead the decision-making.  Their dates expire and they are automatically forwarded on.  The members are not evaluated.  The members are allowed to camp out for year-after-year cronyism that has created "monopoly-oligopoly" arrogance and gangster take-over of what is illegal but made to appear legal.  This includes the Ethics Committee.  This includes elected charter officers and government officers that fail to attend meetings or habitually late to meetings.

We see take-take and then take-take MORE.  They include:
  • NBA Milwaukee Bucks Arena
  • Moderne-Couture (Rick Barrett - Barrett Lo Visionary and  Rinka Chung Architecture Inc.)
  • Pabst closed city with BID privilege/Dan McCarty
  • BID 21 projects
  • Streetcar Phase I $128 million
    • Walker's Point and Bronzeville/King Drive
    • Lake Front
  • East-West BRT
  • Bublr Bike
  • Lake Front Plan
  • Miller/Coors-Potawatomi-Marquette-Harley Davidson-Ambassador -Claude Krawczyk-Westown Association- Stephen Chernoff-WAM DC
  • Barry Mandel
  • Northwestern Mutual
  • Gorman and other EB-5 Visa developers
  • CG Schmidt, Mortenson and on and on.
We see UNACCEPTABLE company workers from villages/towns brandishing a gun and showing Caucasian supremacy on a cooler.  This is followed by disrespectful hate comments and the company owner failing to take responsibility when called upon.

We see these folks (the above two groups) as predators because we see NO real returns in the deals, contracts, partnering, career employment, employment with benefits, long-term employment, 21st employment, bidding, approvals, reports, etc.

We also have noticed that those who have - have more and CORE CONSTITUENTS are left with Enduring Concentrated Poverty
We also see the cars coming into the city in the morning and traffic jams leaving the city after 4:30pm.  This is seen as TAX REVENUE going to nearby and not so nearby villages.

So, what is our ROI/Return on Investment?
You were elected to provide Fiduciary Rule for the population of Milwaukee.  You continue to fail.  Why?

The owners of the City of Milwaukee resources.  They are the stakeholders - the all types tax payers.  They are the beneficiaries of the coffers for the city of Milwaukee.   You have made some GIANT errors.  It appears, that We the People have not been good Stewards in the enforcement of accountability.

This is your January 3, 2018 Fiduciary Rule Notice.
We will speak to you monthly.
We will want more than Resolutions that are airless - no follow-thru and NO funding; i.e., AAAO.

We will make sure that we post you on Facebook, blog, twitter, Nextdoor and TEXT your performance as individuals, standing committees and common council monthly meetings.

When Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC calls upon your leadership, Alderman Jose G. Perez, District 12, Alderwoman Milele Coggs - District 6, Alderman Khalif Rainey - District 7 and Mayor Tom Barrett, we are always working on public policy for City-Wide Milwaukee; I expect your followup communication to state that you got my requests and how quickly it can be handled by your office.  We are ALL BUSY.  Therefore, it is important to have communication that is professional, timely and accurate.

In 2017, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC was able to view the behavior of branches of government under the leadership of Tom Barrett, mayor that NEED CHANGE.

Below are the branches - Department of Administration, Department of City Development, Department of Neighborhood Services, Department of Public Works and Milwaukee Public Library.  

Our findings of Misuse of Power, DISCRIMINATION, Disenfranchisement, Failure to Cooperate, and Obstruction will be the next report for Compliance by City Departments - Fiduciary Rule - PART II.


To be continued.
Mary Glass - Chief Visionary Officer
Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC
January 3, 2018