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Kristi Luzar

Kristi Luzar, executive director of the Urban Economic Development Association of Wisconsin.

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UEDA to explore building economic, social inclusion with disability community
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UEDA to explore building economic, social inclusion with disability community

Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Director of National Disability Institute to Keynote 16th Annual Summit

More Than Downtown Development Needed

More Than Downtown Development Needed

City leaders at economic summit say more development must occur in neighborhoods.

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Summit explores the causes of high black male unemployment in Milwaukee.

Former Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist, Venice Williams of Alice’s Garden and more to lead the 2015 Alverno Community Conference
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Former Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist, Venice Williams of Alice’s Garden and more to lead the 2015 Alverno Community Conference

This year’s theme, “A Tapestry of Sustainability,” features over 30 interactive sessions

City People: Kristi Luzar
City People

Kristi Luzar

The new director of UEDA wants to make an impact on Milwaukee. Just how is not so easy to describe.

Kristi Luzar: A People on the Move spotlight
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Kristi Luzar: A People on the Move spotlight

New Leaders Could Impact Neighborhoods

New Leaders Could Impact Neighborhoods

Interviews with four new executive directors of community groups.

UEDA Names New Executive Director
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UEDA Names New Executive Director

UEDA’s Board of Directors is excited to announce that longtime UEDA Deputy Director of Programs, Kristi Luzar, has been named the organization’s new Executive Director.

City Works To Prevent Foreclosures

City Works To Prevent Foreclosures

The city is selling city-owned foreclosed homes for $1 to qualified buyers.

Why City Workers Can’t Get to Suburban Jobs

Why City Workers Can’t Get to Suburban Jobs

Milwaukee County Transit has reduced service by 14% since 2000, and 13% of city households lack a car.

Which Transit Projects Should Take Priority?

Which Transit Projects Should Take Priority?

NNS interviews six transportation advocates on how to make a better Milwaukee.