Jeramey Jannene
City Beat

Episode 002

What's the deal with Komatsu? And Senator Chris Larson joins the show to talk about the lame duck legislative session.

By - Dec 6th, 2018 05:03 pm
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We open the show this week with a discussion of Komatsu Mining’s $285 million plan to build a new campus in Milwaukee’s Harbor District. We also touch on Governor-elect Tony Evers visit to Milwaukee City Hall.

Senator Chris Larson joins the show from the state capitol to discuss the lame duck session and the effect it could have on Evers and Attorney General-elect Josh Kaul. The conversation was recorded Tuesday afternoon before the Senate voted on many of the measures.

We also discuss progress at The Couture, and how the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors want a seat at the table.

We end the show with a Pedestrian Observation, this week about the potential of desire paths to guide how to build better parks and sidewalks.

The show is recorded live on Tuesday’s at Riverwest Radio. If you want to listen live, tune it to 104.1 FM or RiverwestRadio.com Tuesday’s at 3:30 p.m. Or subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or a number of other podcast platforms.

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Articles Discussed

  1. Eyes on Milwaukee: American’s Largest Urban Manufacturing Proposal?
  2. City Hall: Evers Meets with Mayor, Common Council
  3. MKE County: County Committee Mollified on Couture

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