Milwaukee – The Social Development Commission (SDC) has made preliminary estimates of the effect of therecently passed federal budget sequesterlegislation. At its March12 meeting, SDC’s Budget and Finance Committee reviewed a staff-prepared preliminary sequester impact report.
The sequestration impact report begins SDC’sprocess of preparing the agency for the impact of sequestration cuts on area residents who use SDC programs and services. The agency estimates that the 2013 SDC programs could realize an estimated $1.2-million in federal funding cuts.
“This report will help SDC plan ahead for the sequester cuts so we can continue to serve Milwaukee County residents,” said Budget and Finance Committee Chair Joe’Mar Hooper. Hethanked the staff for being proactive with the in
Street Academy, 2430 W. Rogers St., since first grade and started molesting him in third grade, usually in a different teacher’s room after regular school hours, but also twice at Briseno’s home in the 1600 block of W. Edgerton Ave. during summer visits.
Milwaukee Public Schools spokesman Tony Tagliavia said Briseno was suspended as soon as officials became aware of the allegations.
“We continue to cooperate with police and to investigate,” he said.
The school website says Briseno was a fourth-grade bilingual teacher.
Armando Briseno-Alonso entered a not-guilty plea Tuesday to a charge of repeated sexual assault of a child and two counts of child enticement-sexual contact or intercourse.