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A nonprofit development effort is set to bring new businesses, jobs and services to a long-blighted commercial stretch in the city’s Harambee neighborhood.
At the awards gala, ACTS Housing, Moody Park, COA Youth & Family Centers, St. Anne Center for Intergenerational Care, Rodney Bourrage, Larry and Sharon Adams, and Doors Open Milwaukee accepted awards. Dawn Sanders Cavilla accepted the Vision Award on behalf of her father, the late Welford Sanders. 850 civic leaders attended the event designed to bring recognition to outstanding work in community development.
This position seeks to build and manage a real estate lending portfolio that leads to community transformation through affordable housing, commercial developments, and community facilities.
This position seeks to ensure the strategic alignment of neighborhood investment and development with existing and planned law enforcement initiatives in the city of Milwaukee.
LISC's Financial Opportunity Center, offering long-term career and financial counseling to Milwaukee residents, will get $200,000 from State Farm.
The 67th Annual Crime Prevention Awards were held on February 9, 2016 at the Wisconsin Club. The event was hosted by Safe & Sound and LISC Milwaukee, sponsored by AAA Wisconsin with support from the Milwaukee Police Department. Ten awards were given to outstanding law enforcement and community members committed to creating safe neighborhoods in Milwaukee.
At a recent Neighborhood Safety Symposium held by LISC Milwaukee, national and local experts gathered to share success stories, build partnerships and discuss issues affecting Milwaukee neighborhoods. The approximately 160 attendees raised concerns about safety at the local level and the ways neighborhoods can organize to decrease crime across the city.
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