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Please enter the word you see in the image below: Harp's last remaining opponent in the mayor's race, Justin Elicker, has made the role of money a central campaign issue. Elicker participated in the city's voluntary public-financing program, the
The budget for the current fiscal year, which began on July 1, includes a provision that 12 budget lines for fire captain salaries be reduced to $1, freeing up money for the creation of 12 new lieutenant positions. Chief Administrative Officer Rob
52 pm Please enter the word you see in the image below: With lawmakers poised to vote Wednesday on a proposal to save an estimated $2 million by changing health care companies, seven unions are calling on the city to put the plan on ice.
Director Steps Down by Melissa Bailey Apr 2, 2013 8:16 am Please enter the word you see in the image below: After the city's labor relations chief left for maternity leave and didn't come back, the city is paying a private lawyer $235 per hour to
The city is looking at a likely health care savings of more than $2 million over its current plan, said Rob Smuts, the city's chief administrative officer. The savings would come from switching health insurance carriers from Anthem to Cigna. Aldermen
Elicker, an East Rock aldermen, hung out this week in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) under the 200 Orange St. municipal office building to see firsthand how officials were coordinating the around-the-clock response to Winter Storm Nemo...
34 pm Please enter the word you see in the image below: Anthony Capuano's overtime gravy train has come to an endand boy is he glad. Capuano (pictured), who runs the fire department's mechanic shop, more than doubled his paycheck in 2011, to $136,565.
Thanks to a combination of tightened budgets and powerful storms that have downed or damaged more trees than usual, the 10,000-tree goal is likely out of reach, at least within five years. The city is still committed to meeting the 10,000-tree target,
Public Works Chief Gets RaiseWhoever He'll Be by Thomas MacMillan Oct 22, 2012 2:06 pm Please enter the word you see in the image below: With public works Director John Prokop retiring in three months, city officials said they can't find a
Allen's organization, Growing Power , has helped start farms and gardens in cities across the country. His first urban farm in Milwaukee is now a powerhouse of agricultural production featuring vermiculture, aquaculture, year-round crops, chickens,