Dave Reid

Weekly Bookmarks – Monday, 4. June 2012

Fondy Food Center in tight race for fruit orchard By Jennifer Reinke Sydney Hih demo may begin next week By Mary Louise Schumacher Downtown group launches monthly shopping events By Stacy Vogel Davis Investor buying partly completed Staybridge hotel By Tom Daykin High bid for Milwaukee Staybridge is $12.4M By Sean Ryan Milwaukee wind turbine report card By Matt Howard Food trucks offer moveable local feasts By Lori Fredrich Victory Garden Initiative aims to make city ‘harvestable’ By Jennifer Reinke My MIlwaukee’s Bloggers By Ashley Brandt MARKET SNAPSHOT: Vacancy in Milwaukee Ticks Up Slightly with Expanding Development By Philip Shea Murphy’s Law: Did the State Screw Talgo? By Bruce Murphy New Zoning Would Allow Taller East Side Buildings By Jeramey Jannene 15th Annual Mayor’s Design Award Winners Announced (Photo Gallery) By Jeramey Jannene Former Esser Paint, Tower sites get cleanup grants By Tom Daykin Milwaukee panel backs vehicle charging station By Larry Sandler Martin Drive Neighborhood gains two Little Free Libraries By Kate Sheka Downtown trolley kicks off 2012 season By Katie DeLong Tale of two cities: sustainability trailblazers in America’s heartland By Leon Kaye Biking Takes Spotlight this Summer By Dave Reid Photo 12: The colorful bike racks of Thurston Woods By Adam Carr County adopts resolution ending ICE detainers for non-criminal immigrants By Edgar Mendez Hopes rise along with Sohi Lofts By Georgia Pabst Market Trend: Milwaukee’s Retail Vacancy Decreases to 6.6% By Justin Sumner True Blue: Take me out to the Downtown Tailgate By Dan Shafer Talgo hosts more than 1,000 visitors at Milwaukee central city factory By The Milwaukee Courier Raised bicycle lane protects cyclists from vehicles By Sharita Erves Slideshow: Construction of downtown Marriott hotel By Sean Ryan Trane moving office to Walker’s Point from West Allis By Tom Daykin

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