There will be no public meeting next week to talk about a potential high-speed rail stop in Wauwatosa.
Alderwoman Linda Nikcevich said she misunderstood a conversation with a state Department of Transportation official. Instead, there may be phone discussions to decide whether meeting with city leaders and the public would be useful.
Nikcevich has been a proponent of high-speed rail and has been lobbying to have Tosa considered as a location for a rail station.
The DOT has been in talks with the city of Brookfield about making that city a stop on the line between Milwaukee and Madison.
Your link to the biggest stories in the suburbs delivered Thursday mornings.
Enter your e-mail address above and click "Sign Up Now!" to begin receiving your e-mail newsletter Get the Newsletter!
- The Malt Shoppe opens Friday in Wauwatosa
- Taste of the Town: Eddie Martini's remains a classic stop
- Wauwatosa businesses recognized for employing people with disabilities
- Neighbors continue combating Wauwatosa Woman's Club parking proposal
- Wauwatosa's Center Street, lined with schools, could see sidewalks, bike lanes
- Wauwatosa negotiating financial aid for Underwood apartments
- Weekly Planner: Oct. 23
- Tosa East Players perform play-within-a-play in 'Curtains'
- What to expect as Wauwautosa YMCA changes hands
- Wauwatosa Ask Now: Why don't public and parochial schools have the same schedules?