When Lisa Crissey, employment specialist at the Center For Deaf-Blind Persons, asks businesses to help train deaf and blind people as employees, she usually gets rejected.
At a public hearing Oct. 21, Wauwatosa Woman's Club members implored aldermen to rezone their property to allow them to expand their parking lot, while neighbors opposed the effort, saying it impeded on the residential nature of the neighborhood.(1)
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