Milwaukee County Board votes to downsize themselves
The vote will now head to the state to make the final decision. Video by 620wtmj.comvideo
MILWAUKEE - The full Milwaukee County Board voted Thursday to cut some of their own jobs.
Right now there are 18 supervisors, and they voted to ask the state for the authority to reduce the size of the board. If the state gives the okay, a downsized board wouldn't go into effect until the 2016 term.