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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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Project Milwaukee
4:09 pm
Mon June 6, 2011

Project Milwaukee: County Exec Chris Abele on Milwaukee's Reach

To kick off Project Milwaukee, we talk with Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele about why the county needs to build ties with its neighbors.

As we explore southward growth in our Project Milwaukee: Southern Connections series, what’s at stake for Milwaukee County? Chris Abele is the Milwaukee County Executive. He was elected in April to fill out the last year of the term vacated by now Governor Scott Walker.

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Project Milwaukee
3:44 pm
Mon June 6, 2011

Project Milwaukee: Milwaukee and Chicago Areas Must Unite to Form Global Force

Economic development planners insist regions, not just cities, are becoming the leaders of the global marketplace, so southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois would be wise to capitalize on their proximity and combined strengths.

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Project Milwaukee
3:33 pm
Mon June 6, 2011

Project Milwaukee: International Group to Study our Economic Region

An international group specializing in regional economic development is going to examine the corridor along southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois and recommend ways we might strengthen our region globally.

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