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News Release


Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Southeast Region
2300 N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr, P.O. Box 12346, Milwaukee, WI 53212
Phone: (414) 263-8500 TDD: (414) 263-8713

For Release: September 11, 2003

Contact(s): Tom Blotz, Community Assistance, 414-263-8610

Grant Request for Outdoor Recreation Improvements

Milwaukee, Wis. – The Milwaukee Public Schools has requested $250,000 in federal matching grants administered by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The funds would be used to develop an outdoor recreation area at the new Bradley Technology & Trade School, located at the site of the former Milwaukee Tech High School.

Following demolition of the former high school, the open space will be developed to replace outdoor recreation facilities previously located on the site of the new school. Included in the proposed development are a jogging track and pathways, utilities and lighting, paved court areas, fencing, and landscaping.

This type of outdoor recreation improvements project typically does not have the potential to cause significant adverse environmental impacts; therefore, the Department has made a preliminary determination that an environmental analysis will not be required for this potential grant project.

Information regarding the Department’s grant determination can be reviewed at the DNR Milwaukee office, 2300 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. Contact Tom Blotz at (414) 263-8610 or Gene Park at (414) 263-8676. Comments on the proposed grant project are welcome and should be submitted no later than 4:30 p.m. on Monday, September 22, 2003.




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