Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors's file:
Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors

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The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors is a body of 18 legislative representatives who are elected to four-year terms on a nonpartisan ballot in the spring of a presidential election year.  Each supervisor represents about 53,000 people.

Recent statements involving Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors

Says a state bill checks the spending habits of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors by "bringing it in line with other county boards around the state."  

The Milwaukee County Board’s staff grew from four workers to 38 over four decades and now costs taxpayers "a lot more," while the total county workforce was more than cut in half in the same period.

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