Dontre Hamilton’s family and lawyers would get two-point-three million dollars in a proposed settlement of a federal lawsuit connected with the police shooting death of Hamilton in 2014. The deal was made public Tuesday, when a resolution authorizing the city’s payment was given to the Common Council’s Judiciary committee for approval. Hamilton, an African American, was shot to death by white Milwaukee officer Christopher Manney in the city’s downtown Red Arrow Park — and it drew national attention as part of several controversial police shootings around the country. It happened during a struggle that was spurred by what Police Chief Ed Flynn called an improper patdown of Hamilton — a patdown which a federal judge called unconstitutional as part of the family’s federal lawsuit alleging that the city violated Hamilton’s civil rights. The city had appealed the decision, and other parts of the suit were still pending when word of the settlement came down.