Urban Milwaukee has featured two articles recently on some upgrades to the neighborhood!
Alterra's on street Bike Coral
The New Crank Daddy's location
If you are interested in reading more about the recent developments in our state regarding the "budget repair bill" and the 2011-13 budget, here are two links that may be helpful:
Link to Legislative Fiscal Bureau summary of "budget repair bill" that was signed by the Governor:
Link to LFB memos on the effect of the Governor's 2011-13 budget on local governments. These memos contain detailed schedules showing the impact on each municipality, county, school district.
Our neighbors, the Historic Water Tower Neighborhood Association, have some helpful information about the upcoming election where Milwaukee will be voting on its next County Executive.
Please visit their site to learn more.
7pm, Thursday, February 24
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 2618 N. Hackett Ave
Presented by State Senator Chris Larson, State Representative John Richards & Alderman Nik Kovac.
They want to hear your input on recent legislation, the state budget and their effects on the City of Milwaukee.
Address questions and comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org or 608.266.7505
In cooperation with:
Eastside Milwaukee Community Council
Greenwich Village Neighborhood Association
Historic Water Tower Neighborhood
Prospect Avenue Association
Riverside Park Neighborhood Association
Lenten Fridays March 18 - April 15 2011
Catholic East Elementary School, located on Milwaukee's East Side, will once again offer fish fries on 5 Fridays during Lent starting March 18. The menu, served from 4 to 7 p.m., features baked or fried cod, baked potato or french fries; coleslaw, applesauce, bread and butter, dessert and coffee.
Prices: Adults, $9; seniors/take-out order, $8; children, $5.
Beer, wine, milk and soda are available, along with cherry tree and pull tab games for children.
Enter through the doors at 2480 N. Cramer St., just south of SS. Peter & Paul Church.
Catholic East Elementary School is sponsored by the Riverbank Catholic Communities parishes of Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Old St. Mary, SS. Peter & Paul, Three Holy Women and Our Lady of Divine Providence.
Visit their website at http://www.mycatholiceast.org/
Visit the theeastside.org to see a schedule of events:
FREE Electronics Recycling for City of Milwaukee Residents - Now Accepting TVs!
Many Consumer Electronics Banned from Landfills September 1st
Wisconsin's new electronics recycling law bans certain electronic items from landfills, such as TVs, computers, printers and fax machines. It also creates a state wide recycling program called E-Cycle Wisconsin. City of Milwaukee residents may recycle electronics through the E-Cycle program for FREE at City Self-Help Centers located at 6660 N Industrial Rd. and 3879 W Lincoln Ave.
The E-Cycle program is the state's first comprehensive system in Wisconsin for recycling electronics from households and K-12 public schools. Until now, local governments and taxpayers were often left paying the bill for recycling and cleaning up improperly managed electronics. Under the new program, manufacturers will bear the primary financial responsibility for the recycling of banned electronics.
For more information, including a full list of banned items, visit the DPW's website or call (414) 286-CITY (2489).
Encourage others to take the recycling pledge by visiting www.MilwaukeeRecycles.com!
Select "Pledge to be a Recycler" on the top right side of the page. Informational emails about special events and other important recycling information will be sent out periodically to those who pledge.
renters • business owners • home owners
Interested in meeting your neighbors near North Avenue?
The Greenwich Village Neighborhood Association invites you to an informal get together!
Stop by to meet your neighbors and learn about our association! Pizza and dessert provided!
Wednesday, August 11
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Paddy’s Pub, 2339 N. Murray Ave., rear patio
email us with questions! email@example.com
Produce! Crafts! Music! and a bunch more, every Saturday just down on North Ave.
Some great vendors came out for opening weekend! We are looking forward to Saturdays for the rest of the summer!
Info can be found on the East Side BID website here
This historic gem is just a few blocks from our neighborhood! If you cant make it June 25th, the lighthouse is open for public tours on Saturdays!
Visit the lighthouse website to learn more.