Dave Reid

Weekly Bookmarks – Monday, 18. June 2012

Clock Shadow Building Grand Opening set By Mary Louise Schumacher Milwaukee’s first cheese factory produces its first batch By Angelica Duria Car Culture: LA Now a Bicycle Town? By Dave Reid New bridge going up in Riverside Park By Mary Louise Schumacher New Milwaukee housing program rebuilds houses, lives By Georgia Pabst Saving the Saarinen By Mary Louise Schumacher Suzy’s suit settled, new cheesecake factory still pending By Tom Daykin Saving the Saarinen By Mary Louise Schumacher UW-Milwaukee opens new school of public health By The Milwaukee Community Journal Real estate sales in Metro Milwaukee up 30% over last May: Infographic By First Weber Group US House Threatens Our Safety on the Streets By Ben’s Cycle Milwaukee Analysis: Waukesha Whiffs On Data, Info To Support Water Sale By James Rowen Brady Street Business Improvement District (BID#11) Announces Brady Street Festival By Milwaukee Community Journal Lawsuit against Milwaukee Film dropped By Stacy Vogel Davis Park East apartments plan goes to county panel By Tom Daykin Why weird works By Stephanie Sherman New Clock Shadow building offers open house By Stacy Vogel Davis Groundhogs day for federal transportation bill By Dave Schlabowske Home tour shows off Layton Boulevard West By Alec Brooks Will Walker’s Wisconsin Win Mean No Milwaukee Streetcar? By Matt Dellinger The Tour de Fat is coming to McKinley Marina By Jessica Binder Milwaukee files appeal on historic designation for Sydney Hih By Sean Ryan Traffic deaths in Wisconsin reverse course, jump 14% By Nicole Levy Banish the Freeway’s Gloom! By Dave Reid More good news for Grand Avenue Mall By Molly Snyder SEWRPC Gearing Up For Its Every-Four-Years Federal Review By James Rowen Rainier requests extension on option to buy Park East land By Sean Ryan Consultant tells Milwaukee to marry preservation and development By Sean Ryan Former industrial building wins zoning change By Tom Daykin Public art, deactivated By Mary Louise Schumacher Consultant tells Milwaukee to marry preservation and development By Sean Ryan More good water news By Ernst-Ulrich Franzen City holding in-person summer meetings for input to make Milwaukee greener, sustainable By Bay View Compass UW System launches 5-campus water technology initiative By Karen Herzog Lakefront Festival of Arts By fox6now.com PedalPub: Bringing the Bar to the Bike By James D. Schwartz Fear Milwaukee? Crowds everywhere this weekend didn’t follow Walker’s line By James Rowen Milwaukee and Madison: a need for stronger links By Marc Eisen

By - Jun 18th, 2012 09:38 am
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