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Alfred C. Clas

Partner at Ferry & Clas.

Content referencing Alfred C. Clas

House Confidential: Lincoln Fowler’s Century-Old Home
House Confidential

Lincoln Fowler’s Century-Old Home

Colectivo co-owner has 4.5 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, and lots of coffee.

Op-Ed: Lake Park’s Bridge Spans History
Op-Ed

Lake Park’s Bridge Spans History

Why everyone should care about saving the Olmsted-designed bridge.

County Closes Lake Park Bridge

County Closes Lake Park Bridge

Abele administration cites safety concerns, seeks $2 million in private funds.

City Streets: Whitnall Ave. Named After “Father” of Parks
City Streets

Whitnall Ave. Named After “Father” of Parks

And Gordon Park is named for his son.

County Faces Issues When Replacing Bridges

County Faces Issues When Replacing Bridges

Past decisions on bridges created "adverse impacts."

Lake Park Bridge Faces Thorny Issues

Lake Park Bridge Faces Thorny Issues

Citizens narrow options, but funding issue still makes any solution tough to accomplish.

Can Lake Park Bridge Be Saved?

Can Lake Park Bridge Be Saved?

New report suggests restoration is feasible. Public information will discuss six alternatives.

Back in the News: Meeting Will Discuss Lake Park Bridge
Back in the News

Meeting Will Discuss Lake Park Bridge

Historic pedestrian bridge is deteriorating, meeting will discuss options.

City Streets: The History of Kilbourn Avenue
City Streets

The History of Kilbourn Avenue

Formerly Biddle and Cedar Streets, it was renamed and widened into grand civic lane.

House Confidential: The Mysterious Kondos Chateau
House Confidential

The Mysterious Kondos Chateau

One of the town's most magnificent mansions has a strange history, complete with a jailed lawyer who once served a governor.

Saint James Court Historic Apartments Celebrates 110 Years & Placement on National Register of Historic Places
Press Release

Saint James Court Historic Apartments Celebrates 110 Years & Placement on National Register of Historic Places

On Tuesday, October 1st at 5pm, Alderman Robert Bauman will participate with Milwaukee historic preservation aficionados, Westown stakeholders, officials from Marquette University and building residents in celebrating Saint James Court’s 110th anniversary and placement unto the National Register of Historic Places.