VISION 2050 workshop is Thursday, November 19 in Milwaukee
Important regional planning workshop info from Alderman Robert Bauman
The public will be able to provide feedback on detailed VISION 2050 regional land use and transportation alternatives during a public workshop at 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 19 at the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center, 750 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr.
The visioning process and workshops across the region are administered by the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC). The workshops are critical for soliciting public feedback on a preliminary plan that will be a draft land use and transportation vision for the region that will be reviewed during a fifth and final round of public meetings to take place during spring 2016. Feedback from those meetings will be considered as the final VISION 2050 plan is developed.
For Thursday’s workshop, free parking will be available in the lot north of the War Memorial Center. Bus tickets will be provided to those who use MCTS to travel to the workshop.
Go to http://vision2050sewis.org/Vision2050/Workshops for additional details about the workshops and the visioning process.
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