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Ald. Witkowski invites neighbors to meeting about future of S. 27th Street

Future plans for five sites, including the Wildenberg Hotel, will be among the items discussed.

By - Feb 13th, 2017 04:45 pm

Alderman Terry L. Witkowski invites community members to learn more about the Department of City Development’s proposed recommendations for S. 27th Street at a public information meeting tomorrow, February 14 at 6:30 p.m.

“DCD officials will detail their plans to spur revitalization and maintain S. 27th Street as one of the premier commercial corridors in Milwaukee and Greenfield,” Alderman Witkowski said. Future plans for five sites, including the Wildenberg Hotel, will be among the items discussed. Residents will also receive information on a current project for the vacant land behind the Quality Suites hotel on S. 27th Street.

“The Historic Route 41 Business Improvement District that runs along S. 27th Street is an important commercial engine on Milwaukee’s South Side,” Alderman Witkowski said. “I would invite my neighbors to attend this meeting and learn more about plans that will shape its development in the years ahead.”

What:       S. 27th Street development meeting

When:       6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 14

Where:     Quality Suites hotel, 4488 S. 27th St.

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