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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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Project Milwaukee
4:33 pm
Mon June 6, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Historic Connections

Our Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections series begins with a historical perspective on development from Milwaukee southward to the Illinois border. John Gurda is the author of nineteen books, including The Making of Milwaukee and Cream City Chronicles. He’s also our regular history contributor. He joined us to talk about the history of Kenosha and Racine.

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Project Milwaukee
4:22 pm
Mon June 6, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Chicago-Milwaukee Connections

In Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections, we look at why Chicago might need Milwaukee more than we would think. Bill Testa is Senior Economist, Vice President and Director of Regional Programs at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. He spoke with WUWM's Marge Pitrof.

There’s more of the interview in the supplemental audio section below.

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