We have two great candidates in the Third Aldermanic District, Patrick Flaherty and Nik Kovac.
Kovac vs. Flaherty Delineating the Differences
On Tuesday February 19, voters of the Third District braved the cold to choose two Riverwest residents to vie for the opportunity to lead arguably the city’s most politically active and economically important district.
With eight candidates to choose from, voters in Milwaukee’s Third Aldermanic District are faced with a big decision when they get into the voting booth February 19.
Most of Riverwest joins with the East Side to decide the future of the Third Aldermanic District.
However, a slice of the neighborhood votes with the Sixth, which is a hotbed of candidates eager to make an immediate impact on a community looking for leadership.
Among the topics candidates would like to address include re-establishing a strong sense of community, adding a presence in city budget discussions, increasing local economic opportunities, and reclaiming the safety of Sixth District streets.
What is your strategy to coordinate a plan for the Hometown development site at the east end of the North Avenue bridge?
There are three powerful stakeholders in this issue: Mandel, the developer; the East North Avenue BID; and the community groups gathered under the Milwaukee River Work Group who have a zoning proposal before the Council that impacts future development.