Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Dueling development initiatives put Franklin mayor, aldermen at odds

Tom Daykin posted at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on differences of opinion over priorities.
"The issue revolves around three large future development proposals unveiled recently:

  • A business park to be developed on 352 acres in an area west of S. 27th St. and south of W. Oakwood Road.

  • Stores, restaurants and other redeveloped and new commercial space planned for 457 acres extending east and southwest of an area at the intersection of S. 76th St., W. Rawson Ave. and W. Loomis Road.

  • A mix of new businesses, traditionally designed residential neighborhoods and a community park on 553 acres north and south of Ryan Road where it crosses Loomis Road, in Franklin's southwest corner."
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