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Milwaukee Mayor wants council to consider Paul Nannis as new health commissioner

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MILWAUKEE (CBS58) -- Mayor Tom Barrett sent a letter to the Common Council to consider Paul Nannis as the next health commissioner for the city of Milwaukee. 

Nannis previously served in this position for ten years from 1988 to 1998. He's also been the Executive Director of the Sixteenth Street Community Health Center.

Currently he owns a consulting firm that focuses on government, community and public health projects.

The city’s needs a new health commissioner after the last one resigned. The Milwaukee Health Department has been under controversy after the mayor said it failed to notify families of thousands of kids with elevated blood lead levels.

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