2015: A Big Year For Grant Park

Oh deer 2Reposting this due to an issue with a link.

A repaved Oak Leaf Trail. An appearance by the Mobile Beer Garden. Beach upgrades.

I am excited to see the work Milwaukee County is doing to invest in Grant Park.

This is such an iconic part of South Milwaukee, a symbol of both of our proud past and promising future. And I can’t think of a more promising year for the park than this year.

Learn more in the press release … and stay tuned for even more news this spring.

Thanks to Milwaukee County Supervisor Pat Jursik, County Executive Chris Abele, the Friends of Grant Park and everyone else for their continued focus on enhancing the county’s second-largest park. I proudly stand behind their efforts. They are making a difference.

(I took that photo  in Grant Park after a recent snowstorm, when the park looked magical in a coat of freshly fallen snow.)

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3 responses to “2015: A Big Year For Grant Park

  1. Frank Gratke

    The next meeting of the common council, there will the second reading of the viscous dog ordinance. I am completely lost at what it is or what type procedure change it makes. Mr Mayor could you help me out with an explanation of it. I was ask about it and said I would try to find out about it.

    Frank Disco Gratke

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