Historic Milwaukee, Inc
Tomorrow is the second of HMI’s events, Public Involvement in the Planning Process
Jim Draeger – Architectural Historian for the Wisconsin Historical Society
Michael D’Amato – Former Alderman of Milwaukee’s 3rd District
Daina Penkiunas – National Register Coordinator for the Wisconsin Historical Society
The relationship between Developers and Preservationists has never been an easy one. City development is on the rise, how can the process of community input more effectively aid and improve planning and development in Milwaukee?
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Historic Milwaukee Inc. invites you to join us for A View of Our City in Four Acts: HMI’S 2009 Panel Discussion Series. This series brings together Milwaukee’s most tuned-in and interesting thinkers in an intimate setting. Listen and react to thoughtful discussions on Milwaukee’s built environment as influenced by history, law, design, art and politics. Creative genius behind the project is Attorney Bruce Block, who will be acting as Moderator for each discussion. Visit www.reinhartlaw.com to learn more about Bruce.
We are also holding a Cocktail Hour prior to each discussion. Speak one-on-one with the evening’s panelists and fellow attendees interested in our built environment while enjoying cocktails and substantial hors d’ouevres. Reservations for the Cocktail Hour are an additional $20.00 per person and limited to 20 people per evening. We are lining-up a stellar group of speakers. You will not want to miss this.
1. Milwaukee’s Comprehensive Plan, January 29, 2009
2. Public Involvement in the Planning Process, February 26, 2009
3. Joseph Zilber’s Neighborhood Initiative and Chicago’s New Communities Program, March 26, 2009
4. African American Settlement in Milwaukee Thursday, April 23, 2009
Location: Penthouse, 1000 N. Water St.
Parking: Attendees may use the public parking lot at 1000 N. Water St. The entrance ramp is located on the East side of the building, on Market Street. Volunteers will be stationed at the building’s street entrance and parking garage entrance to guide guests to the penthouse.
Members of Historic Milwaukee $15.00 per discussion / $45.00 for series
Non-Members $20.00 per discussion / $65.00 for series
University and College Students $7.00 per discussion
Cocktail Hour: 6:00PM-7:00PM, $20.00 each or $50.00 for series. Reservations limited to 20 people per night
I hope you will be able to join us in exploring Milwaukee’s past, present and future.
*All Historic Milwaukee 2009 Guide Training Students can attend our Panel Discussions at no charge. To find out more about this in-depth course on Milwaukee’s history and architecture, please visit www.historicmilwaukee.org.