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Planning for the Economic, Environmental and Community Revitalization of the Menomonee River Valley

 

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Title: A Senior Capstone Proposal: East Valley Gateway FaB District

Published in: May 2016

Published by: University of Wisconsin - Madison, Department of Landscape Architecture

Content: The proposed capstone by Chris Jansen seeks to build on the foundation of the Menomonee Valley's thriving urban industrial district and explore how integrating the waterfront into a site posed for development can provide a social experience equitable to all. He investigates how ideas of Landscape Urbanism may inform the design of an urban food and beverage manufacturing district to help facilitate the economic vitality of the East Valley Gateway.

 

Title: Redevelopment in Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley: What Worked and Why?

Published in: September 2014

Published by: Public Policy Forum

Content: This is the most comprehensive study to date. The report begins with a brief overview of the economic, environmental, and community improvements that have occurred in the Menomonee Valley since the late 1990s. The work that brought about those outcomes is examined through five “success factors” deemed critical to the Valley’s revitalization.

 

Title: 2013 Menomonee Valley: State of the Valley Report

Published in: November 2013

Published by: Menomonee Valley Benchmarking Initiative

Content: This project assesses change in Milwaukee's Menomonee River Valley and surrounding neighborhoods. Organized around the principles of Sustainable Development, the MVBI is an ongoing collaboration that systematically tracks and studies the Community, Environmental and Economic conditions of a place that is home to hundreds of Milwaukee businesses and more than 66,000 residents.

 

Title: Bridging Valley Communities: Community Outreach and Marketing Plan

Published in: May 2007

Published by: Urban Strategies

Content: This report explores ways in which the economic development in the Valley can be connected with activity taking place in residential communities.

 

Title: Connecting the South Side Neighborhoods to the Menomonee River Valley: A Feasibility Study For a “Hands-on Environmental Education” Satellite Center

Published in: Spring 2006

Published by: Marilyn Goris

Content: Interview data and an environmental scan are compiled to assess the feasibility of locating an Urban Ecology Center Branch in or near the Menomonee Valley.

 

Title: Stormwater Management Report, CMC Shops Area

Published in: April 2005

Published by: Applied Ecological Solutions, Inc.

Content: Hydrologic study and proposal for stormwater management system on the site of the former Milwaukee Road factory.

 

Title: Development Objectives for the Menomonee Valley Stockyards

Published in: December 2004

Published by:  MVP, Inc.

Content: Summarizes in detail both the economic and environmental sustainability objectives for the Stockyards.

 

Title: Sustainable Design Guidelines

Published in: 2004

Published by:  MVP, Inc.; The Sigma Group

Content: Overview of sustainable design guidelines, with examples.

 

Title: Using the Menomonee Valley to Move From Land Development to Economic Development

Published in: July 2004

Published by: Brian Reilly, Maureen Klovers, Virginia Carlson.

Content: Summary of strategies to promote the strength of Milwaukee businesses so as to attract strong manufacturers, and implementation actions.

 

Title: Milwaukee’s Industrial Land Base: An Analysis of Demand and A Strategy for Future Development

Published in: May 2004

Published by: MEDC Milwaukee; S.B. Friedman & Company

Content: This report assesses demand for industrial land in the city of Milwaukee, and recommends strategies that will best take advantage of that demand.

 

Title: A Cultural Resource Management Plan Specific to Menomonee River Valley Redevelopment Project Lands in the City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

Published in: March 2004

Funded by: Wisconsin Coastal Management Program

Published by:  Great Lakes Archaeological Research Center, Inc.

Content: A full assessment and list of recommendations regarding the potential historical and cultural resources that exist in the Valley, and how they should be cared for.

 

Title: Menomonee River Watershed: State of the Watershed

Published in: 2004

Published by: Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission.

Content: This report analyzes the health of the entire Menomonee River watershed using numerous criteria.

 

Title: Integrating the Environment, the Economy, and Community Health: A Community Health Center’s Initiative to Link Health Benefits to Smart Growth

Published in: 2004

Published by: American Journal of Public Health

Content: Peter McAvoy, Mary Beth Driscoll and Ben Gramling (of Sixteenth Street Community Health Center) discuss how community engagement, as facilitated by a community health center, can have a positive effect on the quality of brownfield redevelopment.

 

Title: The Canal Street Corridor: A Framework for Redevelopment

Published in: 2004

Published by: Wenk Associates, Solomon E.T.C./WRT, HTNB Corporation

Content: This report analyze the constraints/opportunities, alternative frameworks, and develops a final framework plan and summary report for the redevelopment of the Canal Street Corridor.

 

Title: UOSF Survey, 2003

Published in: 2003

Published by: The Urban Open Space Foundation

Content: Uses interview data to explore ownership and management opportunities for public space in the Menomonee Valley.

 

Title: Environmental Management Considerations for Site Redevelopment in Milwaukee’s Menomonee River Valley

Published in: November 2002

Published by: MVP, Inc. Environmental Committee

Content: This report employs data from the WDNR and USEPA to provide “physical and chemical data for the Menomonee Valley and give a general indication of the range and distribution of contaminants. The data indicate that the environmental issues in the Menomonee Valley are manageable and the perception that there are widespread, high levels of contaminants has been alleviated.”

 

Title: Menomonee Valley Cultural Resource Study

Published in: 2002

Published by: John Gurda

Content: A collection of sources, as well as a narrative essay, that summarize the history of the Menomonee Valley.

 

Title: Menomonee River Valley National Design Competition

Published in: March 2002

Published by: Sixteenth Street Community Health Center

Content: This document presents the plans for the West End of the Menomonee Valley that were considered as finalists in the National design competition.

 

Title: At The Center of It All: The High-Road Strategy For Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley

Published in: June 2000

Published by: Paid by MVP and written by Center on Wisconsin Strategy

Content: Provided recommendations on how to maximize quality job growth and economic development in the Menomonee Valley. 

 

Title: A Vision for Smart Growth: Sustainable Development Design Charrette, Milwaukee’s Menomonee River Valley

Published in: 1999-2000

Published by: Sixteenth Street Community Health Center

Content: Design experts collaborated to develop concepts of how the Menomonee Valley could be sustainably developed in both 3-10 and 10-25 year time frames.

 

Title: Market Study, Engineering, and Land Use Plan for the Menomonee Valley

Published in: October 1998

Published by: Lockwood Greene Consulting; Fluor Daniel Consulting; Trkla, Pettigrew, Allen & Payne, Inc.; Edwards & Associates, Inc.

Sponsored by: The City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, Menomonee Valley Business Association

Content: This document presents data and recommendations regarding the best way to foster economic development in the Menomonee Valley.

 

Title: Characteristics of Sustainable Brownfields Projects

Published in: July 1998

Published by: United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response

Content: A lengthy guide to the science and economics of sustainable brownfield redevelopment.

 

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