Graham Kilmer

Three Great New Libraries Coming

Three new neighborhood libraries all use new approach of mixed-used development.

By - Feb 16th, 2017 03:44 pm
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4 thoughts on “Three Great New Libraries Coming”

  1. BJ Ermenc says:

    Great news for Milwaukee! Libraries are a vital, free resource for everyone in our information age.
    I do hope the presentation areas are being looped for the hard of hearing. Hearing Loops ( are a universal standard induction system that allows everyone with telecoils in their hearing aids and cochlear implants to hear directly from microphones. They require minimal ongoing maintenance and are easy for users. Receivers with headphones are also available for the hard of hearing who cannot afford hearing aids (a sorry situation in this country).
    Thanks for all of the details on these three upcoming facilities!

  2. Molly O says:

    Yes! Libraries are great for our community.

  3. Anne Stadler Vaillancourt says:

    Libraries provide so many resources for the communities they serve. This great for the Milwaukee. Thank you.

  4. Oz says:

    Libraries are great but not when low income housing are being built near single family communities. More thugs will make their way into our communities.

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