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Friday, April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

Johnson to face Zima for District 9

“I secured more funding for streets and we’re doing 40 percent more over the 10-year average, approved additional traffic officers to curtail neighborhood speeding, supported more than $500 million in economic expansion, secured $4 million for affordable housing and neighborhood improvements and restored civility to local politics; we’re providing clean, honest and accountable government.” #PeopleNotPolitics

Thursday, April 2, 2020 12:00 PM

Important Community Information Regarding Election Day, April 7, 2020

Voters will have two polling options on Election Day--West High School or East High School. District 9 residents will vote at West High School. Click the link for more details. 

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 12:59 PM

Promises Made. Promises Kept. #PeopleNotPolitics

Thursday, March 5, 2020 2:18 PM

Breakthrough out at Shipyard, but still seeks headquarters space in area. Green Bay is ready with alternative Shipyard project

Joint statement from Breakthrough, Mayor Eric Genrich and Alderman Brian Johnson regarding the Breakthrough announcement:

“The City and Breakthrough continue to meet regularly and are both committed to finding an ideal location for Breakthrough’s expanded corporate headquarters. Breakthrough and the City have recognized the Shipyard location isn’t going to meet the needs of the company, but that has not diminished the desire to continue what has been a fruitful and mutually-beneficial relationship. We are excited about future development at the Shipyard and look forward to the continued expansion of Green Bay’s vibrant and dynamic downtown.”

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 12:00 PM

Coal pile relocation still alive after grant announcements

The (grant) deadline was missed because the announcement of the closing of the J.P. Pulliam Generating Station, better know as the Pulliam Plant, was not yet made, said Brian Johnson, District 9 alder for Green Bay.

"Early indications suggest that had this been submitted through the original process, this would have been a very strong contender, and I don't think that has changed at all," Johnson said. "All this does is alter that timeline a little bit in how we pursue that funding."

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