A victory for morality and decency took place today. This morning the Milwaukee Common Council voted unanimously to reject the applications for new strip clubs in the Downtown and in the Walker’s Point Neighborhood.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Monday, September 20, 2010
Recently we alerted you that individuals were petitioning the city to obtain a license for a new strip club named “Satin”. Such clubs were to be located both in Downtown Milwaukee and in the Walker’s Point neighborhood. On Monday, September 20th the Licenses Committee of the Milwaukee Common Council voted unanimously to reject these applications for licensure. Despite the unanimous vote against the strip clubs, the matter still goes before the full Common Council with the Committee’s negative recommendation. The full Common Council next meets Tuesday morning, September 21st at 9am on the 3rd floor at City Hall, 200 East Wells Street. It is critical for residents of Milwaukee to contact their Alderman so their views can be represented. The number is (414) 286-2221.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Petitioners have come before Milwaukee Alderman to obtain a license for a new strip club named “Satin”, to come to the Walker’s Point Neighborhood at 117 West Pittsburgh Avenue. The Milwaukee Common Council’s License Committee will hold a hearing on this matter, this Monday, September 20th in Room 301 B at City Hall, 200 East Wells Street. The Committee meeting begins at 9:00am with action on this item scheduled for 10:00. This is an opportunity for the public to address this issue. Those on the Licenses Committee include: Aldermen Bohl, Coggs, Hamilton, Kovac and Zielinski. Citizens wishing to address their views on this matter may attend this meeting Monday, in addition you may contact your Aldermen at (414) 286-2221.