Milwaukee Alderman Robert Bauman is proposing a new resolution prohibiting advertisements on transit shelters within public rights of way.
Disdain for topless dancing isn’t a strong enough reason to reject a license for a strip club, said a Milwaukee alderman who did just that.
Published: April 27, 2012
Tags: AECOM, Apex Commercial, Dental Associates Ltd., Focus on Commercial Real Estate, Grubb & Ellis, Kohl's Corp., Michael Murphy, Michael Streit, Milele Coggs, Milwaukee, real estate, Robert Bauman, TIF, Willie Hines, Willie Wade
When officials at Kohl’s Corp. announced in February they wouldn’t build a new headquarters in downtown Milwaukee, many observers talked about what could have been.
A Milwaukee alderman, fed up with the dispute over who will pay to move utility lines for a downtown streetcar project, wants to charge those companies rent for occupying city property.
Published: March 30, 2012
Tags: 15th District, Benedict Center, Blair Williams, crime, Jeanne Geraci, prostitution, Robert Bauman, Sisters Project Street Outreach Program, Walnut Hill, Washington Park, Washington Park Sustainable Community Plan, Willie Hines, Winder Real Estate Development Inc.
A Milwaukee alderman wants a new weapon for the turf battle between prostitutes and those who want to redevelop struggling neighborhoods.
Milwaukee Common Council approved an ordinance Tuesday that allows the city to enter a vacant building without the owner’s permission.
Published: February 22, 2012
Tags: common council, Department of Neighborhood Services, GMAR, Grant Langley, Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors, Jay Unora, Mike Ruzicka, Robert Bauman, Stuart Gilgannon
The city couldn’t take action until water was flowing from the first floor of the abandoned Milwaukee mansion Dec. 12.
Milwaukee Alderman Robert Bauman swings a hammer at a wall with other officials Monday during the ceremonial groundbreaking marking the beginning of work at the new Downtown Milwaukee Marriott in Milwaukee.
Published: November 23, 2011
Tags: architect, Department of City Development, East Side Architectural Review District, East Side Business Improvement District, Jim Plaisted, Milwaukee, Nik Kovac, Robert Bauman, Third Ward
Milwaukee is poised to add more oversight to development proposals on the city’s east side.