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Sunday, October 2, 2016

MPA PUBLIC POLICY REVIEW Sunday Edition - October 2, 2016

Senator Roberta Darling, Senator Lena Taylor & Senator LaTonya Johnson - Lady Senators representing Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE-MENOMINEE FALLS | MPA PUBLIC POLICY REVIEW is a Voice for Milwaukeeans at the census tract and neighborhood level.  

All 3 of the senators can relate to the importance of having employment attainment as each SENATOR has worked in the marketplace - (Darling - teacher and marketing; Johnson - childcare provider and trade union worker; and, Taylor - attorney).  

We ask the 3 well-seasoned senators for a full-throated citizen/Employee-Employer commitment to assist MPA LLC to connect the hot spot of Menominee Falls to high numbers of under- and un-employed Milwaukeeans who need "public transportation" in huge numbers.

We seek the following from the Senators as they apply.   They are:

  • Contacts for the following companies in Menominee Falls
    • Arandell
    • Briggs & Stratton
    • EnSyc Energy
    • FedEx
    • Harley Davidson
    • Radisson Hotel
    • Sam's Club
    • Scan Pac
    • Wacker Neuson
    • Woodman's
  • Contact WISDOT.
  • Contact for Menominee Falls Chamber of Commerce.
  • Referrals for contact - trade unions, business association, workforce group, personnel/employment agencies, education sites, and transportation sites (Riteway, Coach, etc.)
  • Projects, programs, pathways for re-entry populations (prison, armed services, retirement, disabled, and on.
  • Legislation on the books that promote the engagement of Employment in densely populated urban areas.
  • Information about Menominee Falls Industrial Park Economic Development Master Fund and Business Development Loan Pool.

Mary Glass, MPA LLC, said, "Our investigation shows a lack of due diligence by Black Health Coalition of WI, Milwaukee Inner-city Congregation Allied for Hope and Milwaukee County Transit System.  Our discussion with a sampling of the Ridership from 10 companies (Arandell, Briggs & Stratton, FedEx, Harley Davidson, EnSync Energy, Radisson Hotel, Sam's Club, Scan Pac, Wacker Neuson, and Woodman's) and Arandell Human Resource revealed a lack of due diligence by those given the responsibility of oversight.  They failed to speak and/or communicate with them".

MPA LLC sees a colossal opportunity of impacting Enduring Concentrated Poverty in Milwaukee through employment attainment - matching employees of the city of Milwaukee to a hotspot - Menominee Falls Industrial Park via public transportation.  

MFIP/Menominee Falls Industrial Park is the natural hub for "employment development" that has begun to grow with companies seeking and hiring employees from Milwaukee.  

It is a place that with public transportation opportunities of the lawsuit for Route 279, funding and resources from the FAST Act, and regional partners of high school, 2-year and 4-year schools for interns and full-time staff can become an explosive engine for employment in Southeastern Wisconsin that calms risky behavior due to lack of employment, disparity and lack of aspiration.  

MFIP is ideal for a North/South BRT and the environmental concerns brought on by WISDOT.

Our core participants in our survey spoke of 10-12 months hired in MFIP.  We also had individuals with 2 years on the job and a couple of the Ridership with three years working at companies.  We know those who have been out there for 3 years have found the public transportation a plus since they rode Route 279 up to the time it was pulled.

The Ridership are now reporting that they have to walk 2 - 2.5 miles to work and the same after work - 8pm and 11pm.  Given the employees are female and male, there are no sidewalks both ways, upcoming weather and leaving when it is dark, there are safety concerns.  The odds increase to NOT holding on to the job due to lack of public transportation.  We are also told about the daily tardiness that is a concern.

The City of Milwaukee is located in Milwaukee County and the City of Menominee Falls is in Waukesha County.  

We are specifically interested in Milwaukee County Transit System bus public transportation North of Milwaukee, from Park Place & Liberty Drive, that connects Menominee Falls Industrial Park via Park Place through County Line Road (Fountain to Pilgrim Road - Park/ride lot Bus route 79).

Senator Alberta Darling is sought for her direct representation of Menominee Falls as well as:

Menominee Falls  WI 53051 ZIP Code 

16. Menomonee Falls

Despite being the second most highly populated city on our list, Menomonee Falls still reported no murders in 2012, an impressive feat for a city of its size. As a larger community, it is also a source of economic development for the state, and they offer several programs designed to promote development in the area, such as an Economic Development Master Fund and Business Development Loan Pool, making this a great destination for entrepreneurs and businesspeople.
With community activities, like farmers market season, fishing derbies, art walks, parades, and special days for celebrating and preserving the city’s history, families always have something to do. Menomonee Falls Community Education and Recreation releases seasonal activity guides to keep residents up-to-date with everything going on for kids, adults, and seniors alike.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: 0.39
Property Crimes per 1,000: 11.40
Senator LaTonya Johnson is sought for her recent election as the Senator for District 6 in Milwaukee as well as:
Elected into office in 2012, LaTonya Johnson represented Wisconsin's 17th Assembly District.  Which is situated on Milwaukee's Northwest Side.  The 17th Assembly District is home to many great neighborhoods, including Sherman Park, Grasslyn Manor, Enderis Park, St. Joseph's, Dineen Park, Captiol Heights, Cooper Park, and Lenox Heights.
Rep. Johnson is a strong advocate for workers and working families, and served as an Executive Board member for AFSCME District Council 48, President of AFSCME Local 502, and Chair of AFSCME's Women Committee.  She also acted as a Financial Employment Planner for Wisconsin  Shares  and  was  a  member  of  the  Special Committee  on  Public  Assistance Program    Integrity.  Rep. Johnson is a proud graduate of the Emerge-Wisconsin Class of 2012.
          In the Assembly, Rep. Johnson serves on the following committees during the 2015 - 2016 legislative session:
  • Criminal Justice and Public Safety
  • Children and Families
  • Financial Institutions and Family Law
Senator Lena Taylor is sought for representation of the North Milwaukee area that connects to Menominee Falls for District 4 in Milwaukee as well as:

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