We are approaching the start of a new UW-Milwaukee school year and noise nuisance problems are likely to increase in our neighborhood. It has been a few years since we’ve had a guide for how to handle these sorts of problems, so this year MHNA with support of UWM and MPD has prepared a summary of what to expect and how to handle the problems.
The Summer Soulstice Music Festival is June 23 this year between noon and midnight. Kristin Godfrey, the Executive Director of the East Side Business District, has prepared a letter explaining the event intended for neighbors. You can download a PDF copy of the letter by clicking this link.
Passing on this information about an upcoming conference on Green Schools. Milwaukee-area Neighborhood Associations, I’m reaching out on behalf of the nonprofit Reflo to invite you to attend and spread the news of the upcoming Green Schools Conference on Thursday, June 14th at Fernwood Montessori in Bay View. The 3rd annual conference will host 35+ exhibitors, 200+ attendees, and 40+ discussion panelists talking on topics including diversity,
The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works’ annual Project Clean & Green program runs through June 11, 2018. Zone 6, which starts on May 29 (next Tuesday) and goes through Monday, June 4, includes nearly the entire 3rd Aldermanic District, according to Alderman Nik Kovac. Please see the attached map for reference. Project Clean & Green (PCG) is a citywide program designed to
Neighbors, The May Murray Hill Meeting has been cancelled. Stay tuned to our emails for summer events, and see you in August when our regularly scheduled meetings start back up.
The Neighborhood Housing Office will be hosting the annual Dump ‘N’ Run on Saturday, May 19th from 9am to 4pm. We are looking for our community members to join us and host a rummage sale on the same day or by participating in our Neighborhood Clean-Up from 12pm-3pm! We will be advertising all rummage sales going on that day on our Facebook event page, which
Neighbors, The local, community-based, non-profit organization Urban Anthropology has achieved a milestone in their project to document all 191 Milwaukee neighborhoods — all of the neighborhoods are now up on the internet and they are welcoming old photos you may have of Murray Hill and other neighborhoods as they continue to build up their website. More information is below. All 191 Milwaukee neighborhoods are now up
Neighbors, This information is provided to neighbors by Kate Nelson with UWM, as a follow-up to a Path to Platinum presentation at the March Murray Hill Meeting. From Kate Nelson: I wanted to share with you the details and information behind the Jane’s Walk that I mentioned at your last meeting. Attached is the communication from DPW on the redesign and construction slotted for
Neighbors, Captain Diana Rowe and other representatives from Milwaukee Police District One will be hosting quarterly crime analysis meetings in 2018. The spring meeting will be held on Thursday, May 3 at Milwaukee Public Library, Central, 814 W Wisconsin Avenue, in Centennial Hall beginning at 6:00 PM. Please download this flyer for details and information on future meetings.
The City of Milwaukee Forestry Department is sponsoring an Arbor Day event on Friday morning, April 27th, at Kilbourn-Kadish Park. Click here for details and a map.