City seeks public input on
Tosa Quadrant master plan
The city of Wauwatosa seeks input to help develop its Tosa Quadrant master plan, an area around Watertown Plank Road and the US 41/45 freeway interchange.
Director of Development Paulette Enders has said that through the open house and subsequent online surveys and town hall meetings, city staff hopes to create a clear vision for the Wauwatosa Quadrant Master Plan, which would be a collaboration between the city, Milwaukee County, and the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center.
As the city works to create a plan that reflects the community's vision, it looks to receive input from as many voices as possible. The public is invited to complete an online survey in order to provide input on this project. The survey can be found on the city's website, bit.ly/1U69S74.
Village offers information on roadwork navigation
The Village of Wauwatosa, with some of its businesses rendered difficult to access by State Street construction, has laid out parking options, access times, detour routes and traffic restrictions on at wauwatosavillage.org/detours-road-closures.
Other updates are available on the Village Bid Facebook page, www.facebook.com/TosaVillage, and from the city at bit.ly/StateStreetUpdates.