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1:29 pm
Thu June 9, 2011

Project Milwaukee: How Land Use is Planned

Caledonia is a rural village of 26,000.

As Project Milwaukee continues, we hear how communities in the southern corridor approach land-use planning. Each city, town and village has its own comprehensive land use plan, but some wish planning was conducted more regionally.

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Project Milwaukee
1:20 pm
Wed June 8, 2011

Project Milwaukee: All Types of Transit Options Needed in this Region

Milwaukee County Supervisor Patricia Jursik insists the future economy of southeast Wisconsin needs roads, rail and bus to move workers to jobs.

A key ingredient to economic development is transportation. So as we continue our series, Project Milwaukee – Southern Connections, we explore transportation in southeast Wisconsin.

We spent time chatting with Milwaukee County Supervisor Patricia Jursik, a long time proponent of extending roadways and transit systems south to the state line. Here are a few opinions she shared.

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Project Milwaukee
1:15 pm
Wed June 8, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Milwaukee Seeks to Become an Aerotropolis

Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections looks at how planes, trains and boats, among other modes of transportation, impact development.
Credit Apalsola

We continue our Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections series with a look at how the aerotropolis model of development is being implemented in Milwaukee. Dr. John Kasarda is the Director of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise and Kenan Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the University of North Carolina. He also directs the Kenan Institute’s Center for Air Commerce.

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Project Milwaukee
1:07 pm
Wed June 8, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Rail Relations

Credit Mulad

For Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections, we take a look at how differences in rail transit has affected development in Milwaukee versus Chicago. Bob Johnston is a Chicago-based correspondent for Trains Magazine, published by Kalmbach in Waukesha. He spoke with Dan Harmon.

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Project Milwaukee
1:00 pm
Wed June 8, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Port of Milwaukee

We get some perspective on the importance of the Port of Milwaukee. Leah Dobkin is the author of the book Soul of a Port: The History and Evolution of the Port of Milwaukee, published by The History Press. She spoke with Stephanie Lecci in January.

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Project Milwaukee
12:49 pm
Wed June 8, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Regional Transportation Key to Future Success

Robin Toewe travels between Chicago and Milwaukee for work once a week.

We now continue our series, Project Milwaukee – Southern Connections. All week, we're exploring the corridor extending from Milwaukee to Chicago. Economic development experts say regions will fare best in the new global economy. A key ingredient to a successful region is efficient transportation, and more people than ever before are traveling in the corridor between Milwaukee and Chicago. WUWM's LaToya Dennis explores the options that exist today and what the future seems to demand.

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Project Milwaukee
5:03 pm
Tue June 7, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Kenosha Markets Its Location to Business

Credit Business Journal of Milwaukee

We hear about the pitch Kenosha makes to businesses on the fence between Wisconsin and Illinois. Todd Battle is the President of the Kenosha Area Business Alliance, and was also named one of the Forty Under 40 by the Business Journal of Milwaukee.

Tomorrow on the show, we learn how transportation will play a role in the future growth of Milwaukee southward.

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Project Milwaukee
4:50 pm
Tue June 7, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Economic Development Churns Ahead in SE Wisconsin

Former Delphi property in Oak Creek.

Where some see weeds, others see opportunity. A visit to the former Delphi plant as we continue Project Milwaukee.

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Project Milwaukee
12:39 pm
Tue June 7, 2011

Project Milwaukee: M7's Vision for Regional Development

As part of Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections, we take a virtual economic development trip southward, starting in Milwaukee County. Pat O'Brien is the director of the Milwaukee 7, an economic development organization that takes in the seven southeastern most counties in Wisconsin. He’ll also be part of our Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections panel discussion in Racine Wednesday night. That discussion will air on Lake Effect Weekend, Saturday and Sunday afternoon on WUWM.

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Project Milwaukee
12:31 pm
Tue June 7, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Racine Looks to Remake Its Economy, Image

In the last decade, Racine has worked hard to change its economic reputation and reach out to create regional partnerships to encourage development. Gordy Kacala is the Executive Director of the Racine County Economic Development Corporation - he's held this position for 21 years. He previously served as the Chief of the Economic Development Planning Division of the Southeast Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission for 10 years. He spoke with Stephanie Lecci as part of our Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections series.

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