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City of Milwaukee sues Public Service Commission in utility cost debate over downtown streetcar

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The city of Milwaukee has sued the Wisconsin Public Service Commission in the utility cost debate over Milwaukee’s proposed downtown streetcar.

The case was filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court on Monday, November 17th. 144 more words


Milwaukee Poet Marta Meyers Issues Call to Action on Social Justice


Member, Milwaukee Rainbow Writers
A Writer’s Colony
At 19th and Wisconsin, Redeemer Lutheran Church
Meets every other Saturday at six P.M.
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Community And Citizen Action

'Wonder Mom' chronicles

Batman has Alfred.  Captain X has Wonder Mom.  Wonder Mom doesn’t have an Alfred.  That makes me wonder.

Wonder Mom’s super powers are time manipulations.  There are not enough hours in the day to accomplish what Wonder Mom does. 1,124 more words

Batman's Alfred

Owners of notable Milwaukee properties can apply for a plaque that draws attention to their property

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — In addition to historic designation by the city, the owners of notable Milwaukee properties can now apply for a plaque that draws attention to their property and makes note of its history. 207 more words


Michigan Movie Moment: Christopher Lloyd, Mickey Matson and the City of Milwaukee

Christopher Lloyd on the City of Milwaukee, photo courtesy Mickey Matson/10 West

While Michigan hasn’t become the movie mecca that was envisioned when the state created its film incentive – in large part because it was abruptly gutted – movies are still being made here. 147 more words


"It's a win for everybody:" Program to sell Milwaukee's foreclosed homes is working, and expanding

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The city of Milwaukee is trying to pick up the pace and sell off city-owned homes. City leaders say a program that began this year is working — and now, it’s expanding. 320 more words


Qualifying non-profits can purchase city-owned, foreclosed properties for $1

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Qualifying non-profit organizations will be allowed to purchase certain city-owned, tax-foreclosed properties for $1, under legislation approved Tuesday, September 23rd by the Milwaukee Common Council and authored by President Michael Murphy, with the co-sponsorship of Council Members Russell Stamper, Robert Bauman, Willie Wade, Nik Kovac and Ashanti Hamilton. 405 more words