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Archive | June, 2004

Brady St. to Host New Festival July 25

Brady Street Artisan Food Festival Honors Craft Foods And The Companies That Make Them Brady Street will host a new festival on Sunday, July 25 which celebrates local artisan foodmakers. In partnership with the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, the free event was originally created to allow surplus cheese from the annual national cheese conference and […]

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D’Amato Puts Cruising Legislation on Hold

Michael D’Amato, 3rd District Alderman, has asked Ald. Donovan, chair of the Public Safety Committee, to hold Ald. McGee’s proposed legislation regarding cruising at the Public Safety Committee meeting on June 24 until a neighborhood meeting can be held. The neighborhood meeting would allow any residents with concerns to voice their opinions to the aldermen…

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SUMMER SOLSTICE EVENING CELEBRATION

Monday, June 21, 7:30 p.m. Riverside Park Celebrate the longest day of the year with an evening of music, drumming, and poetry led by local musician and poet Harvey Taylor. Bring a favorite song or poem to share and join us on the hilltop overlooking Riverside Park. Refreshments provided. More info, call (414) 964-8505 or […]

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RNA 6/8 Meeting Minutes

Riverwest Neighborhood Association General Meeting-Minutes, June 8, 2004 Center St. YMCA/CDC In Attendance: Don Sargent (Riverworks Development Corporation), Nancy Centz (RNA Board), Jim Wilson (YMCA), Lorraine Jacobs (RNA Board), Tim Vertz (RNA Board), Self Wise Allah (RNA Board), Vince Bushell, Jeff Schmidt, Sonya Knauss (RNA Board), Ted Anderson, County Supervisor Willie Johnson, Crystal Graf (Assistant […]

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RNA Position Paper on Restoration of Reservoir Park

The Reservoir, located between North and Meinecke Avenues and Bremen and Booth Streets, is no longer needed for water storage by Milwaukee Water Works. Water Works Commissioner Carrie Lewis approached residents of Riverwest in November 2001 to ask for advice and direction on what Water Works might do with the property once it is fully […]

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