Milwaukee’s mayor Tom Barrett cited Detroit as a cautionary tale when he defended his city’s residency requirements—in place for more than 70 years—against a challenge from Republican governor Scott Walker and GOP lawmakers in 2011. “Eleven years ago, the city of Detroit lifted the residency requirement for police officers and today, 53 percent of officers live outside of the city,” Barrett was quoted as saying by the Milwaukee Business Journal. “If we want the tax base of Milwaukee to resemble the tax base of Detroit, this is the way to go.”
-Should Cops Have to Live Where They Work?
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Definitely! Then they are truly defending their family and neighborhood.
Worked this weekend, found this note from my oldest baby girl…life worth living
It’s official: Brownsville, Texas, will host the first commercial rocket launch site in the U.S.
Can we then manufacture the parts (both new and maintenance) in Detroit bring a great City and truly making the words Made in America mean something again. I’m just saying.
my Black Tumblr family is real. I love seeing y’all combat the evils of white supremacy one reblog/comment/ask at a time. Keep doin’ ya thang! Y’all are beautiful in every way. Keep wearing your natural hair. Keep on highlighting injustices in our communities. Keep on dancing & making us laugh. Keep on being you. Continue to fight the bigotry & racism of our time. I love y’all. Peace & Black Love.
allee architecture + design, Lakeville, CT.
Of course my body and that of my mate must be the added work of art to this “words fail me” to describe it.
Seth Pennington/Insidesign, Atlanta.
Definitely a kitchen I would be inspired to make nothing short of extraordinary.