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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

MPA LLC SATURDAY TALK - Follow the Money Focus with CORE CONSTITUENTS

MPA LLC - FOLLOW THE MONEY
January - April Speakers
JAN - Chris Kliesmet & Craig Peterson - Streetcar Referendum
JAN - Vanessa Johnson - Executive Director, New Concept
JAN - Jacob Gatlin - Outreach Director, Amani Neighborhood
JAN - Jackie Ivy - Outreach Director, Milwaukee Transit Riders
FEB - Comptroller Martin MatsonFEB - Bond's Family, Amani Neighborhood
MAR - Commissioner James Miner - Assessment
MAR - Manager Commercial Corridor Ken Little
APR - La Frisko Lewis - Senior UW-Milwaukee
APR - Solana Ramos - Activist and ex-Supervisor Candidate District 10
APR - Brad Tenin
State Liaison to online graduates, Bryant Stratton, Bayshore
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr - C Terrance Anderson - SEWRPC/Southeastern WI Regional Planning Commission  
City Center Milwaukee | DAY 254 | SATURDAY TALK is a city-wide, 15 districts, focused forum for "informed decision making" AND "engagement" for the CORE CONSTITUENTS of the city of Milwaukee.  Monthly meetings are held on Saturdays except for quarterly meetings.  They include Friday/Saturday meetings.
The site:  Center Street Library, 2727 W. Center
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SATURDAY, MAY 30, 2015, 10:30am - 2:00pm
FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015, 12:00pm - 4:00pm
SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 2015, 10:30am - 3:00pm

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SATURDAY TALK is an outgrowth of All Hands on Deck, WE CAN Initiative and the Re-boot Action plan created by Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC.  It is the collective engagement for electorate taxpayers of all types, all races, all economic groups, and religious persuasions to engage in fellowship to be FULL-time Stewards of the city of Milwaukee infrastructural growth - to follow their taxes and the federal funding placed in the city treasury for the administration and well-being of CORE CONSTITUENTS.

To show "transparency", "accountability" and "guidance" for change to those DECISIONS by elected-appointed-hired-donor for hire government representatives counter to infrastructural growth of the residential and commercial stakeholders at the neighborhood level of Milwaukee.  To show strategic planning, engagement, support and VOTING criteria for election 2016.

Key topics include:
  • Economic Justice
    • Affordable and varied housing
    • Arts and Entertainment
    • Education and Information technology attainment
    • Gainful Employment
    • Historic Presence
    • Public Policy 
    • VOTING
  • Families and Support Structures
    • Biological and extended families
    • Pregnancy, Birth and Care of Mother and Baby
    • Trauma and Psychological Impairments
  • Health and Safety
    • Urban Health Care
    • Biological, mental, physical, spiritual, and social 
  • Lifestyles tied to cultural values
    • Family, Tribal, Customs, Neighborhood
    • Vision 2050 Strategic Planning
    • Well-being and Environment
      • Local Respondents
      • Homeland Security
      • Green, Solar, Water and Waste
  • Millennium Incarceration and Reform
    • Family Disenfranchisement
    • "Implicit" and "Explicit" bias
    • Legislators and Jurists paradigm shift and renewal of "justice for all"
    • Patterns and Practices counter to wellness of country
    • Training and Re-training of DOC staff (bottom up and owner and administrators down)
    • Use of Cannabis, Health, Profits and Sentencing (Misdemeanor and Felony) 
CANNABIS - Millennium Reform
INFORMED DECISION MAKING BY the ELECTORATE

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