Alderman Stamper delivered on his promise to give minority businesses greater opportunities to City of Milwaukee contracting opportunities. On November 10th the Common Council approved $500,000 for a Disparity Study that will result in minority owned firms a better chance of winning government contracts. Read more.
Alderman Russell Stamper recently announced that local construction projects will provide 15th District residents with job opportunities. According to Alderman Stamper, "These new projects provide local residents an opportunity to get training and to secure employment." To learn more on job opportunities, click here.
It is well documented that Milwaukee lags in its entrepreneurial output. Alderman Stamper believes that entrepreneurship is the key to transforming the 15th District into a community of opportunity. To this end he is working with a number of organizations in the public, private and non-profit sectors to
The 15th District is one of Milwaukee's most active Districts when it comes to urban gardening and farming. Alderman Russell Stamper supports efforts by local community groups to promote urban farming as a means towards greater self-sufficiency. To this end, Alderman Stamper is working with several groups, including