Sup. Jursik Announces South Shore Option Forum on Nov. 17
South Shore Option 3.0, The Economic Development Forum for the South Shore, to be held November 17, 2014 at the new St. Francis Civic Center
Supervisor Patricia Jursik, Chair of the Economic Development Committee for the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors, along with the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, will host the 3rd Economic Development Forum, South Shore Option, featuring new and planned economic development projects in the Cities of St. Francis, Cudahy, South Milwaukee and Oak Creek, the four South Shore communities.
“Our South Shore is becoming one of the most dynamic areas in Milwaukee County for economic growth and development,” Supervisor Jursik said. The Forum will feature economic development presented by each of the city’s development managers. “It will be an informative program for citizens to hear not only from their own community but also the neighboring communities.” Developers will also be invited to gauge the dynamic opportunities available along the South Shore of Milwaukee County
When: November 17, 2014
Where: St. Francis Civic Center, 3400 E. Howard Avenue, St. Francis WI 53235
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Who: City Mayors or Development Directors and Supervisor Patricia Jursik
What: Development Forum to report both new and planned development
The South Shore Option was originally created by Supervisor Jursik to serve District 8 in Milwaukee County. This year the newly combined South Shore Chamber of Commerce (previously separate chamber organizations within the three cities of St. Francis, Cudahy, and South Milwaukee) will co-sponsor the presentation with the aim of developing the forum as part of the Chamber’s activities going forward as a forum to serve its business members and assist the governance of economic development.
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