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Articles tagged with 'parking'

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Grand Avenue delivers a bad surprise

Published Jan. 7, 2014

I somehow keep hoping against hope for something wonderful to happen at Grand Avenue, or whatever they are calling themselves now. But my hopes keep getting dashed.

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Dave's Downtown parking woes

Published July 15, 2013

Everybody who lives in Milwaukee wants people to come Downtown. One way to do it is to get rid of those parking checkers in their little Jeeps with the power to have your car towed.

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More parking meters should accept credit cards

Published July 10, 2013

I rarely carry cash, much less coins, so I was pleased to find that several parking meters along Downer Avenue on Milwaukee's East Side now accept credit cards.

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Parking is the reason bars, Bucks struggle for patrons

Published Feb. 15, 2013

One of the prime reasons the Center Court Pub location isn't desirable - and one of the reasons the Bucks can't fill the BMO Harris Bradley Center - is the parking situation around the stadium.

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Tips for attending the U.S. Women's Open

Published June 28, 2012

With the U.S. Women's Open only four days away there are some important things patrons should know before heading to the Championship. Spectators should aware of parking and ticket info as well as what to bring and how to dress for the summer weather.

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More "free" parking Downtown?

Published Jan. 25, 2012

A proposed ordinance would expand the list of "free" city parking days to include any day designated as a paid holiday day off for city employees.

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East Side towing update

Published Feb. 11, 2011

A mistake made by the city Thursday night during snow removal efforts on the East Side will result in voided citations for many residents.