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Planning and a Pint: The Future of the Bradley Center

 



Hosted by the Urban Planning and Master of Public Administration Alumni Chapters

Planning and a Pint
The Future of the Bradley Center: Who Benefits and Who Pays? Economic development impacts of professional sports stadiums
Wednesday, October 23, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
The Bradley Room at the Bradley Center
1001 North 4th Street, Milwaukee, WI (*FREE PARKING in the BMO Harris Bradley Center Parking Structure - see instructions below. Enter the building through the Kohl’s Gate located on the NW corner of the BMO Harris Bradley Center near 6th and Highland.*)

Join the UWMAA Urban Planning and Master of Public Administration Alumni Chapters for a moderated panel discussion featuring:
--Alderman Nick Kovac
--Steve Bass from the MMAC
--Don Walker from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
--Keisha Krumm from Common Ground

Network with fellow UWM alumni and students, join the dialogue of city design and economic development, gain awareness about an important city development issue, and enjoy complimentary appetizers and a cash bar.
 
Register today for this free UWMAA MUP and MPA Chapter event!

Parking Instructions:
Use the BMO Harris Bradley Center Parking Structure for parking. Please enter the lot via the 6th Street entrance. Please take a ticket as you enter the parking structure. As you leave the event, you will be issued a parking pass to present at the exit booth which will cover the parking fees.

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Location
Location: Bradley Center
  1001 N 4th St
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
United States
     
 
Event Contact
Contact: Elizabeth Mueller
Phone: (414) 229-3266
Email: eliz5@uwm.edu
 

 

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