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.
Milwaukeeans are proud of their city; its history, its struggles and its resilience. So when major publications constantly point to Milwaukee as the most racially segregated city in American, Milwaukeeans cringe, because they know that they are better than that. So, when Alderman Russell Stamper made a promise
Alderman Russell Stamper continues to lead efforts to leverage CDBG funds to build stronger communities in Milwaukee. CDGB funds are provided to Milwaukee every year and the funds are to support anti-poverty efforts in city of Milwaukee. Currently, the City of Milwaukee is awarded approximately $20 million of CDBG
Alderman Russell Stamper continues to attract capital and investment to the 15th District. Recently, he approved the $11 million development at 15th and North Avenue. The affordable housing project will rehab a property and build a new property adjacent to the rehabbed building. Under Alderman Stamper's leadership,