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South Shore Park on tap for clean up

Published Aug. 28, 2014

Late Wednesday afternoon, representatives from MillerCoors, Milwaukee County Parks, UWM's School of Freshwater Sciences and Milwaukee County held a press conference, announcing new initiatives, and namely a new $500,000 contribution from MillerCoors, to clean up South Shore Park.

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Hartung Park built on 400 million years of history

Published Aug. 9, 2014

Built on the site of a former quarry, Hartung Park isn't huge, but it's packed with amenities. It also celebrates its silurian period history, when millions of years ago, this was a warm water inter-reef basin filled with plant and animal life.

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The swings are back!

Published July 23, 2014

At 11 a.m. today, Mayor Tom Barrett - along with a group of city officials, designers, organizers and citizens - cut the ribbon on the new swings at the Marsupial Bridge.

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Milwaukee County Parks pools guide, 2014

Published July 3, 2014

It's a good time to remind you that the Milwaukee County Parks System has a great selection of water-based recreational opportunities, including public pools. And whether you test the waters first or jump right in, check out our public pool guide.

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"Pop-up park" swings back into action

Published May 30, 2014

Last fall, the park underneath the Holton Street bridge, often referred to as the "pop-up park," "swing park" or "marsupial swing park," was dismantled. Recently, one of the swings returned and soon the park will be completely back in action.

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Back by the Butter

I don't live in a small town.  Born in the 46th most populous city and raised in the 23rd I've spent the majority of my life managing the great urban sprawl and so when I tally 1,000 miles a week of windshield time traveling the expanse of my wonderful state I'm bound to get a different view...


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