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Friday, December 2, 2016

MPA LLC SATURDAY TALK Moves to Briefings - Public Policy for the People

Nicholas Duke - Health - Covering Wisconsin
Tony Lucas Award - Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra


SATURDAY TALK, December 3, 2016, Center Street Library, 2727 W. Center, Community Room, 1pm-3pm

December meetings open with a focus on HEALTH and YOUTH.

Obama Care - Affordable Health Care is under attack given the election of Donald Trump.  It is also the TIME-OF-YEAR for Renewal of the Affordable Health Care Insurance.

Are you an Affordable Health Care client?
Have you signed up for 2017?
Are you aware of all of the NEW and ONGOING rules for care?
Do you have questions about "cost"?
Knowledge is the basis for your "health care and informed decision-making".


Be informed by Nicholas Duke - Navigator, Covering Wisconsin.
What is a Navigator?
Healthcare Navigators provide free in-person help to enroll in health insurance and education on how to use your health insurance.

Confirm by email "mpapublicpolicyreview@gmail.com".  Email and give your name for Saturday Talk.


SYMPHONY Mentorship

We know how important it is for our children to be exposed to the Arts.

We also know that music training in the public schools took a downturn some time ago due to funding.
Tony Lucas -Engineering, Manager of Operations - TMJ4
He is a long-time volunteer to the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra.

We will have the opportunity of hearing what Tony Lucas has done and how he sees more can be done with community partnerships.

We look forward to hearing about his MYSO Tony Lucas Award.
We look forward to hearing about the 2-year string training program.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

CNBC Squawk Box with Belvedere, Schacknow and DiChristopher


Senior Producer
Senior Producer
Web and TV producer



"Hamilton" shot to an unprecedented gross of $3.3 million in the week ended Sunday, with the top ticket price hitting nearly $1,000 and the average paid admission reaching just over $303. (WSJ)

Shoppers finally got their hands on Nike's (NKE) self-lacing, "Back to the Future Part II"-inspired sneakers after they went on sale in the U.S. on Mondayretailing for $720 a pair. (CNBC)


U.S. stock futures were higher, indicating a possible return of the Trump rally after Monday's pause. With two days left in November, the Dow and S&P 500 were on pace to break a three-month losing streak, and post their best month since March. (CNBC) 

Oil was slumping this morning, as Monday's euphoria faded on signs that leading oil exporters were struggling to agree on a production cut deal. OPEC meets in Vienna tomorrow. Russia is reportedly skipping the meeting but would consider a deal. (Reuters)


AT&T (T) is launching its over-the-top DirecTV Now streaming television service tomorrow, with introductory price of $35 per month for all 100-plus channels. After the promotion, prices range from $35 for 60 channels to $70 for more than 120 channels. (NY Times)

AT&T's mobile subscribers will be able to stream DirecTV Now service without using their data, a strategy that could raise concerns among regulators about the telecom giant's proposed $85 billion acquisition of media powerhouse Time Warner (TWX). (The Verge)

Taylor Swift is launching a channel soon on DirecTV Now, DirecTV satellite television, and AT&T's U-Verse fiberoptic service. Taylor Swift Now will include original content. It will also offer portions at a later date of her upcoming Super Bowl eve concert. (USA Today)

U.S. online sales gained momentum on Cyber Monday and are set to surpass initial expectations by hitting a record $3.39 billion, as consumers snapped up deals on the busiest day of the year for internet shopping. (Reuters)

Embattled Samsung said today it would increase dividends and consider splitting up, as the South Korean tech giant faces possibly the biggest structural change in its 47-year history, under pressure from activist investor Elliott Management. (Reuters)

Citigroup (C) was sued by former financial adviser Erin Daly, who accused the bank of running a "boys club," and treating her as a "glorified secretary" before firing her in retaliation for whistleblowing. (Reuters)

Massachusetts next year will require ride service companies including Uber and Lyft to perform the strictest background checks in the U.S. on all their drivers, according to a deal reached with the companies. (Reuters)

Rupert Murdoch was among the investors who piled into blood-testing startup Theranos, which has since come under regulatory scrutiny over the accuracy of its pinprick tests. (WSJ)

Five people survived and 76 others were killed when a plane carrying a Brazilian professional soccer team crashed in Colombia last night. Poor weather conditions had been reported at the time of the crash. (NBC News)

Abdul Razak Ali Artan, an Ohio State student who posted an anti-American rant shortly before he plowed a car into a campus crowd and stabbed people with a butcher knife, was shot and killed by police. (NBC News)

COUNCIL REWIND - Listen for Updates

November 29, 2016

This 30-minute public service video shares information regarding:

  • City Municipal ID
  • Ban on Chewing Tobacco
  • Lead laterals
Dustin Weiss
City Channel

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 24, 2016

Psalm 100:2

How do you serve with gladness?  There seems to be a shortage of reasons to be glad these days.  It is easy to be preoccupied with the violence in our world.  However, there is much to rejoice in all around.  We simply must train ourselves to see the good as well as the evil.

O God, teach me to serve you and others with a joyful, grateful heart.
                                   Sr. Macrina Wiederkehr, O.S.B.
The MPA LLC Family

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

REMEMBERING "Gwen Ifill" - A Lady of Legendary Journalism

Gwendolyn L. Ifill

September 29, 1955
New York CityNew York, U.S.
                               DiedNovember 14, 2016(aged 61)
Washington, D.C

This Week in Heaven by Gwen Ifill - A lady of class in Journalism.

Gwen Ifill, Political Reporter and Co-Anchor of ‘PBS NewsHour,’ Dies at 61


Wednesday, November 16, 2016

MPA LLC REAL ESTATE FORUMS - Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Keith Bailey - Real Estate Coordinator
Department of City Development

NOVEMBER 16, 2016

Special Guest Speakers - 

Department of City Development

Want to know how to own the vacant lot next door?
Want to buy lot for $1.00?
Want to know about tax credits?
Want to develop property?
Want to receive funds from the city of Milwaukee for real estate?

Did you know Milwaukee is recruiting folk in other cities by waving
 purchase of property here. 

Do not let you and yours be the last to know how to purchase and use real estate.

12:30pm - 2:00pm

2039 N. Cramer

Milwaukee Professionals Assoociation LLC seeks your eyes, ears, IDEAS, collaborations and excitement to GROW census tract neighborhoods like Amani, Metcalfe, Midtown, HARAMBEE, Sherman Park, WaIco/Y, Riverwest and all of the NSP areas that have been "collectively" left out.

Join us. Session I
Free to Public

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Senior District Administrator Donovan continues to show disconnect

Alderman Robert Donovan - District 8
November 13, 2016

LESSONS Not Learned
Bob Donovan, 8th District Administrator, Common Council Milwaukee, continues to lob bombs in the middle of stressful cultural discourse in the public square.  As a senior administrator, he is expected to exhibit a wiser understanding and be more mindful of the TOP POSITION of the city of Milwaukee Organization Chart - its make-up of the people who live, grow up, go to school, work, raise families, bury their family members, and build small businesses, despite of the constant onslaught of discrimination and “government laws” that perpetuate suppression , oppression and lasting Enduring Concentrated Poverty.

As for what was during World War II, visit the history timeline and see what folks were out walking, marching and protesting.  


Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Van Jones on Trump: This Is a Deeply Painful Moment Tonight

November 9, 2016

Last Evening Election


"I have enough class, and I was raised well enough to say when you outdo expectations, good for you," said Jones, referring to Trump's success as a businessman and his ability to relate to working class Americans. "But there's another side to this. People have talked about a miracle. I'm hearing about a nightmare.
"It's hard to be a parent tonight for a lot of us. You tell your kids, 'Don't be a bully.' You tell your kids, 'Don't be a bigot.' You tell your kids, 'Do your homework and be prepared.' Then you have this outcome and you have people putting children to bed tonight . . . afraid. They're afraid of breakfast. They're afraid of: 'How do I explain this to my children.'"
Jones was near tears on CNN as he talked about receiving texts from Muslim friends who said they should leave the country because they were terrified of what life would be like under President Trump.

Sunday, November 6, 2016


Hillary Clinton - President
Russ Feigold - U. S. Senator, Wisconson
Gwen Moore - U. S. Congresswoman Gwen Moore
We have entered the STRETCH TO THE FINISH LINE in the 2016 Election.  YOUR EFFORTS OF VOLUNTEERISM to get out the vote and clear up myths for informed decision making is vital.  

Give an hour or so.
Learn a lot.  

Be about your NOW and FUTURE.  NETWORK.  Document.

TEAL HEWLETT (859.797.7075) and the Gang welcome your support the next THREE (3) days to ELECT HILLARY CLINTON.   

Make calls.  
Knock on doors.  
Speak out.  

We must support DOWN BALLOT candidates that will support PRESIDENT CLINTON to get the country moving.  That includes RUSS FEINGOLD & GWEN MOOREALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL.  

Friday, November 4, 2016


Minister Bonnie Jackson Melvin - Love Foundation Inc.
Luz Sosa - Citizen Action of Wisconsin
Jackie Clark Ivy - Jackie for Justice
Beverly Vogelin - Love Foundation, Inc
Marcus Hart - Marcus Hart Enterprises
Richard Kauper - Amazing Architecture
Dawn Powell - Dawn to Dusk Forever Garden LLC

Incomplete List

District Strategists on Parade

Tomorrow's Agenda will UPDATE the visits of :

  • Alan Shannon - USDA, Midwest Director
  • Jim Owczarski - City Clerk Milwaukee
  • David Latona - Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation
  • Milwaukee Smart Growth Network
  • Office of African American Affairs
  • City Budget 2017
  • Global Kitchen

November 5, 2016

2727 W. CENTER
12:30PM - 2:30PM

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Congratulation Founder David Erickson - 15 Years Free Conference Call

MILWAUKEE || Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC congratulates and thank CEO David Erickson for the tool of Free Conference Call.com!  

"We started our service in year 2008", Mary Glass, Chief Visionary Officer.

MEDC ENTREPRENEUR Financing opportunities at Center Street Library October 26, 2016 - 1pm-3pm

Wednesday TALK - October 26, 2016

Center Street Library
2727 W. Center Street
Milwaukee, WI  53210

1pm - 3pm

rsvp your seat.
Free to public

Monday, October 24, 2016

MPA LLC brings USDA STRIKEFORCE and PROMISE ZONE concept-support to URBAN Milwaukee Census Tracts

We want dialog with FARMERS in and around Milwaukee County, Southeastern Wisconsin and members around GOOD Greens network to BUILD the present and the NEXT GENERATION in Agriculture - Horticulture (the branch of agriculture that deals with the art, science, technology, and business of growing plants)

October 24, 2016
MILWAUKEE | Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC continues to link campaigns and programs to All Hands on Deck, WE CAN.

"While I was browsing the web for information relative to URBAN innovative infra-structuring for FOOD SYSTEM growth at the census tract in the city of Milwaukee, I read and liked comments of Secretary of Agriculture  Tom Vilsak and felt immediately that co-ops and partnering support is a solid win concept.  I also noticed that Wisconsin was not on the rural list already", said Mary Glass, MPA LLC.

"HUD/Housing and Urban Development has been a solid trending of federal funding and resources.  However, the stakeholders have had the lion's share  of the funds used for pet projects of the mayor and common council.  To the point that the Neighborhood Strategic Planning has been "frozen into exile".  It will be one of the first Strike Force change for a real Promise Zone in Milwaukee. Therefore, the federal office of HUD must be a partner-catalyst for the self-sustaining partnerships from the census tract level".

MPO-Metropolitan Planning Organization 
We seek the office of Ken Yunker, Executive Director SEWRPC/Southeastern WI Regional Planning Commission and Wisconsin Department of Transportation to work more closely with the neighborhoods of Milwaukee for the footprint of the stakeholders for the Innovation desired in the largest urban city of Wisconsin.

Training the People, the stakeholders, is uppermost in the stewardship of MPA LLC to guaratee success of Infra-structuring for today's Food System growth.

MPA LLC through the Milwaukee Smart Grocer Network will support the purveyors/peddlers/foragers, any one that promotes the self sustaining of the food system and work to cultivate its success.
In 2014, the White House launched the Promise Zone Initiative to help hardworking communities succeed. Applicants provide concrete plans outlining how they will spur economic growth, improve educational opportunity, leverage private investment, create jobs and reduce crime in their communities. The Promise Zone designation creates a partnership in which Federal and local leaders work together to meet the specific needs of a community. Promise Zone communities receive a federal liaison assigned to help designees navigate federal programs, preferential consideration for certain competitive federal grant programs, and technical assistance from participating federal agencies. The Promise Zone designation is designed for a term of 10 years but may be extended as necessary.

Let's get EXCITED about the quality of life and economic development opportunities before us. 

We are asking our brothers and sisters in other areas  - through GoodGreens USDA Network (counties and states) - to share ideas and models that are working and used as direct incentives for participation, improve benefit redemption center, support strategies for to improve SNAP participants and ways to connect under-served stakeholders in Milwaukee with appropriate food groups.

Squawk Box with Belvedere, Schacknow and DiChristopher - October 24, 2016


Senior Producer
Senior Producer
Web and TV producer


U.S. stock futures were pointing to a higher open on Wall Street, following the first positive week in three and renewed M&A activity led by AT&T's (T) mega-deal to buy Time Warner (TWX). (CNBC) 

Long-depressed commodity prices are set to finally head higher due to expected infrastructure spending in emerging and more developed markets, and said Marc Faber, known as Dr. Doom for his usually pessimistic views. (CNBC)
When the next administration in Washington takes up the $85.4 billion deal between and Time Warner, the companies will probably face a much sterner test from regulators than Comcast's (CMCSA) purchase of NBCUniversal, which also owns CNBC. (NY Times) 

In a speech over the weekend, Donald Trump said he opposed the proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger, vowing his administration would not approve the deal, because it would put "too much concentration of power in the hands of too few." (CNBC) 

LinkedIn's (LNKD) deal to be bought by Microsoft (MSFT) for $26 billion is getting more intense review from European Union regulators. Officials have sent questionnaires to competitors about the possible deal. (WSJ) 

TD Ameritrade (AMTD) this morning said it would buy privately held Scottrade Financial Services in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $4 billion. (Reuters)

B/E Aerospace (BEAV) will be bought by aircraft component maker Rockwell Collins (COL) for $62 per share in cash and stock. The value of the deal to buy the maker of aircraft interiors is worth $6.4 billion, not including assumption of debt. (Reuters) 

Facebook will begin allowing more explicit posts if they are "newsworthy, significant, or important to the public interest," the social network said, following a series of controversies over deleted content. (Recode) 

Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told "Meet the Press"Sunday: " We are behind," but added the Trump campaign was looking to sway undecided voters not ready to support Clinton. (NBC News) 

For the first time in decades, the wealthy are set to deliver a landslide victory for a Democratic presidential candidate, favoring Hillary Clintontwo-to-one over Trump. (CNBC) 


Uncertainty about the election has not stopped most businesses from rolling out expansion plans and hiring new workers. But about a third of them are having trouble filling open positions, according the latest NABE survey.

While there are no government economic reports due today, investors hope for clues on the economy from three Fed officials. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans, and Fed Gov. Jerome Powell all speak the trading day.

Roughly one third of the S&P 500 report their numbers this week. It's worth noting AT&T (T) had been set to report quarterly results this morning. But it issued them over the weekend with the Time Warner merger news.

Amazon (AMZN) saw its price target raised to $1,050 from $920 at Goldman Sachs, which maintains a "conviction buy" rating on the stock. Goldman cites both outperformance in Amazon's retailing operation as well as growth in the Amazon Web Services business.