A presentation by Mr. Louis Wasserman, AIA Thursday, October 16 at 7:00 pm UW – Milwaukee’s Chapman Hall – 2310 E. Hartford Ave., Regent Room Cost: Free of Charge Sponsored by the Murray Hill Neighborhood Association Mr. Wasserman, who co-authored the book with his wife M. Caren Connolly, will identify common bungalow traits, benefits and limitations, and more importantly creative methods to renovate and enlarge these 40 to 60 year-old houses to meet the needs of today’s owners. The humble bungalow style house is making a comeback as the American homebuyer is discovering the inherent efficiencies, comfort, and character that make this a well suited home. Ms. Connoly and Mr. Wasserman’s recently published book is filled with design ideas and inspiration for renovating, remodeling, and building this classic American house type, and includes modest renovations to major overhauls. The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association is a community-based organization whose mission is to maintain and enhance the quality of living in the UW-M area directly south of UW – Milwaukee. Key issues that MHNA deals with are finding solutions to neighborhood nuisances of noise and litter, promotion of community business, finding viable solutions to limited parking, community advocacy with other neighborhood organizations.