90 results for author: Deanna Alexander
Milwaukee, WI (September 21, 2012) – Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander and Supervisor Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., are praising the strong 7 – 1 vote of the Finance, Personnel and Audit Committee on a resolution to “Cap the Backdrop,” which stands to save taxpayers more than $1 million in pension contributions in 2013 and has a present value of more than $15 million. (more…)
Milwaukee, WI (September 17, 2012) – Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander is inviting 18th District residents to join her to talk about Milwaukee County issues during a Town Hall Meeting on Monday, September 17, 2012 at Dretzka Park Chalet, 12020 W. Bradley Rd., at 7 p.m. Supervisor Alexander is pleased to host Jim Sullivan as a guest speaker during this Town Hall Meeting. Sullivan, a former state senator and City of Wauwatosa alderman, is the current director of the Milwaukee County Department of Child Support Services, which handles about 134,000 child support and paternity cases annually. “While this Town Hall meeting can ...
Milwaukee, WI (July 13, 2012) – Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander is inviting 18th District residents to join her to talk about issues facing Lindsay Park at a Town Hall Meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, July 13, 2012 at Lindsay Park, 8451 W Congress St, Milwaukee, WI 53225. (more…)
Milwaukee, WI (June 28, 2012) – Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander is inviting 18th District residents to join her to talk about Milwaukee County issues during several upcoming community sessions, including Mobile Office Hours at the Starbucks at N. 76th & Good Hope Road. “I realize the people in my district are busy, with many demands on their time,” said Supervisor Alexander. “My goals are to create opportunities for answering questions and for addressing concerns that fit people’s schedules and to give residents improved access to me as their elected representative on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors.” T...
Official Election Results from City of Milwaukee (Feb. 21 Primary) Deanna Alexander - 43.08% Tracey Corder - 39.07% A.T. Buford - 17.85%
Milwaukee (December 30, 2011) – Deanna Alexander, Candidate for Milwaukee County Supervisor – 18th District, calls for an immediate plan of action for transit security. “I am glad to hear that our Mayor, County Executive, Police Chief, and Sheriff are all in agreement that there is a problem that needs to be addressed,” Alexander said, “but we must now take action and we need a plan to move forward.” (more…)
Milwaukee (December 9, 2011) – Deanna Alexander, candidate for Milwaukee County Supervisor 18th District, has collected more than enough signatures on nomination forms to meet the legal requirements to be on the ballot in the spring election. She delivered them this morning to the Milwaukee County Election Commission with much appreciation from employees, who have stated that most candidates wait until the very last day possible to make the submission and risk missing the deadline. (more…)
Milwaukee (December 8, 2011) – Deanna Alexander, candidate for Milwaukee County Supervisor District 18, sees value in Shakespeare program but urges leaders think critically and prioritize. Shakespeare in the Courts is a plan presently before the Milwaukee County Board that would allow judges to sentence juvenile offenders to theatrical training rather than incarceration. Questions that have been left open include how many offenders the program would serve, whether or not the program would be designed for permanence, and how the program would be monitored and evaluated. (more…)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin – October 4, 2011 – Philip and Deanna Alexander have made their home in the Nash Park neighborhood (near 84th & Capitol) of Milwaukee since becoming homeowners in 2007. A growing connection to the community and near completion of her education has led Deanna to run for a County Supervisor position. Deanna is a graduate of UW-Parkside where she earned her undergraduate degree in Business Management and Accounting and a certificate in Conflict Analysis and Resolution. She will be graduating from Regent University this spring with a Master of Arts Degree in Government and Public Administration and a Graduate Certific...