Thanking Our Board And Commission Members

Tonight, I had the pleasure to be a part of South Milwaukee’s Commissioners’ Banquet, our annual opportunity to formally recognize the public servants who do so much good for our city.

We have more than a dozen boards and commissions, all filled with volunteers, I am so grateful for their work.

As I told the crowd …

I love South Milwaukee, both our proud past and our promising future. I know you do too.

What a great story we have to share … and it’s a story we should all be proud of because it’s one we’ve all helped write, and continue to write every day.

When it comes down to it, it’s a story of our people … a story of dedicated community servants who have given of their time and talents to make South Milwaukee a better place.

There are more than 160 of those people in this room tonight … and I’m excited and honored to recognize them and their commitment to making a difference.

We could not do any of this without you.

You can learn more about our boards and coMmissions here … and you can apply to join one yourself with this application.

We are always looking for volunteers, those willing to bring a special skill or interest to bear in helping make their city a better place to live, work and play. Are you ready to step up?

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One response to “Thanking Our Board And Commission Members

  1. Frank Gratke

    Mr. Mayor, the City of South Milwaukee Historical Preservation committee needs to be put back in place There is man name Neils, that could do a lot of work and knows a lot. Without him, getting that 25% state and 20% federal credit is going to be a lot harder. On my $200,000 schedule improvements that is $90,000 credit. Pretty please, with sugar on top.

    Frank “Disco” G

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