County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr.
Press Release

Lipscomb Applauds Work of Domes Task Force

The Domes Task Force voted Tuesday night to endorse a business plan for restoring the Domes, expanding programming, and adding several amenities to Mitchell Park.

By - Aug 13th, 2019 07:22 pm

MILWAUKEE – In a statement, County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr. expressed his appreciation for the work of the Milwaukee County Task Force on the Mitchell Park Conservatory Domes.

“I want to thank the members of the Domes Task Force for the tremendous effort they have put into developing a long-term plan for the Mitchell Park Domes. Over the past three years, Task Force members have heard countless hours of presentations and reports and diligently read through hundreds of pages of information and analysis. I greatly appreciate the commitment of the Task Force members who have sacrificed their time in service to the public, and am eager to review their recommendations. I remain interested in restoring the Domes and enhancing their value for Milwaukee County residents and visitors,” said Lipscomb.

The Domes Task Force voted Tuesday night to endorse a business plan for restoring the Domes, expanding programming, and adding several amenities to Mitchell Park.

The recommendations of the Domes Task Force that were adopted Tuesday  will be referred to a committee of the County Board for further consideration.

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