Posts Tagged "Milwaukee"

Water Leaders Summit coming to Milwaukee May 23-24

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Water Leaders Summit coming to Milwaukee May 23-24

Water Leaders Summit 2017 is the Water Council's headline event for the local, national, and global water industry, and is being held in Milwaukee May 23-24. At the Water Leaders Summit--sponsored by the Water Council--you can join others who are thinking strategically about water and water security--and discover ways to turn water from risk to asset.

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Milwaukee 7 Region one of 12 selected for special federal manufacturing designation

Posted by on May 30, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Milwaukee 7 Region one of 12 selected for special federal manufacturing designation

The Milwaukee 7 Region was selected for a federal program which designates the region as a "Manufacturing Community,"

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Parking alert Thurs – Sat: Milwaukee’s Third Ward welcomes Harley riders, artists, and a new pink planet

Posted by on Aug 29, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Parking alert Thurs – Sat: Milwaukee’s Third Ward welcomes Harley riders, artists, and a new pink planet

It’s a busy weekend for Milwaukee’s Third Ward. If you are visiting our Milwaukee office this week and are not planning to arrive on a motorcycle, please check out alternative parking and transportation options. With Harley Davidson’s 110th Anniversary Celebration and the Third Ward Art Festival taking place, along with Artist Richard Edelman unveiling his new public art sculpture, “New Pink Planet”  at Catalano Park, a number of streets will be closed for parade and festival purposes. Parking will be restricted to Motorcycle Parking Only on a number of...

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Water Council’s reach is not just Milwaukee, not just Midwest, but global

Posted by on May 23, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Water Council’s reach is not just Milwaukee, not just Midwest, but global

The Water Council is leveraging its Milwaukee 5th Ward location to help make the region a global water research and business hub.

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Racine approves RootWorks, an economic development plan for the city’s urban riverfront

Posted by on Sep 6, 2012 in News | 0 comments

Racine approves RootWorks, an economic development plan for the city’s urban riverfront

On July 2, 2012, the City of Racine Common Council unanimously approved RootWorks, an economic vision and plan for redevelopment along the highly urbanized areas of the Root River. This area of the downtown was the original economic heart of the City, and the birthplace of a number of powerful Midwestern manufacturing companies.The new vision for the riverfront brings the area’s economic focus back to its roots.

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