Planning and a Pint Series Takes on Bradley Center Debate
Discussion at the Bradley Center will center around future of facility, and the possibility a new arena.
Please join the Urban Planning and Public Administration Chapters of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Alumni Association on Wednesday, October 23 at 6:00 p.m., for the 2013 installment of the “Planning and a Pint” series. Planning and a Pint is a free moderated panel discussion which is open to the public where invited panelists discuss all sides of a high-profile local planning and development issue over a glass of beer (or soda).
This year’s topic is “The Future of the Bradley Center: Who Benefits and Who Pays?” Don Walker of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel will moderate a panel which includes Steve Baas of the Milwaukee Metropolitan Association of Commerce, City of Milwaukee Alderman Nik Kovac, Keisha Krumm of Common Ground, UWM Professor Marc Levine, and Marquette Law Professor and Bradley Center Board Member Matthew Parlow.
The future of the Bradley Center has received wide spread press coverage in recent weeks and is certain to be one of the most debated topics impacting Milwaukee’s downtown and the region as a whole over the coming years. Planning and a Pint will provide a venue to hear from experts with diverse perspectives on this issue followed by informal discussion between audience members and panelists.
In keeping with the topic, the venue for this year’s event is the Bradley Room in the heart of the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Light hors’dourves will be provided by the UWM Alumni Association. A cash bar will be available. For additional details about the event, including where to park and where to enter the Bradley Center, or to register, please visit:
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