The Milwaukee Public Museum is at risk of losing its accreditation if this year’s county budget doesn’t include money to make necessary building repairs. Ryan O’Desky, the museum’s chief operating officer and chief financial officer, painted a dire picture of the aging museum building for members of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors and said while the museum is in search of a new campus, it will be years before it moves out of its current location just west of downtown Milwaukee. “Best-case scenario, we’ll be breaking ground in 2022,” O’Desky said. “We have 4 million collections that need to be moved, we don’t have a site and we haven’t started a capital campaign. Movement is pretty far out.” The two largest issues facing the museum is an aging air conditioning system and water leaking throughout the building. Both are endangering the collections. O’Desky told the county’s Capital Improvements Committee this week a 300-ton chiller needs to be replaced. The chiller cools the museum’s 500,000 annual visitors during the summer months. But more importantly, it keeps the museum’s collections at the approp...