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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Evidentiary Hearing for Core Constituents on the Couture project - When were they held in the neighbors?

Rick Barrett - Developer and ex-Baseball player
CITY CENTER MILWAUKEE | DAY 118  Invoked Atonement & Reparation, Phase II (2014) | The Core Constituents are the ones that must have information to justify the Vegas Downtown co-projects of The Couture and Streetcar, 2-4-one investment - so it is being presented.

Rick Barrett, developer and ex-baseball player, is seeking to build a NEW development in the Milwaukee County Transit center on Michigan in Milwaukee.  He wishes to use his development of The Moderne as a springboard for The Couture and the Streetcar projects to embellish and foundate his next $$$million dollar project.  He seems to have spoken to everyone but the owners of the city coffers - Milwaukeeans, Core Constituents at the top of the city of Milwaukee Organization chart.  

Enduring Concentrated Poverty
This is the way that business in Milwaukee must change.  It ensures the status quo.  It disrespects the owners.  It fails to provide a model that will create the environment that brings the Core Constituents to the table with their DNA in all INFRASTRUCTURE business modeling in their city.

Therefore, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC will extend opportunities for this developer to "do the right thing" while attempting to sell his development idea for support.

As is, we are against the sale of the Milwaukee County Transit center and the streetcar project.  We respect and support Supervisor Michael Mayor responses in a recent article in Urban Milwaukee because he remembered why he was around the table of leadership as a Milwaukee County Supervisor and his Oath of Office to his constituents.


Milwaukee County Supervisor Michael Mayo, Sr. Announces Opposition to Downtown Transit Center and O’Donnell Park Sales

“It’s not a good deal and Milwaukee County is not better off for it,” Mayo said. “The choo-choo train is nothing but a tourist trap. It will not benefit my constituents, and it will not benefit most residents of Milwaukee County. We should be spending money on the Milwaukee County Transit System, not a choo-choo train that goes nowhere and benefits no one.
“How is any of this a win-win for Milwaukee County? We need to come up with another plan for the Downtown Transit Center, one that benefits everyone in Milwaukee County, not just a developer and streetcar supporters. And we need to negotiate a new deal at O’Donnell Park.”
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 THE COUTURE AT A GLANCE

  • $122 MILLION TOTAL PROJECT COST 
  • 44 STORIES / 700,000 SQUARE FEET
  • PUBLIC PLAZAS, PARK & PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES
  • 302 MARKET RATE APARTMENTS
  • 54,893 SQUARE FEET OF DESTINATION 
  • RESTAURANT & RETAIL SPACE 
  • 570 PARKING SPACES (147 PUBLIC SPACES)
  • 26% OF THE TOTAL SPACE IS FOR PUBLIC USE
  • 2,074 JOBS (1,120 IN CONSTRUCTION)
  • 150 PERMANENT JOBS
  • CURRENT ANNUAL TAX REVENUE: $0
  • (CURRENT TRANSIT CENTER IS A COST TO TAX PAYERS TO MAINTAIN)
  • $68,158,864 NEW TAX REVENUE 
  • OVER 30 YEARS FOR PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER PUBLIC INVESTMENTS
  • CREATE A NEW DEMAND BY OFFERING A VITAL HOUSING OPTION FOR 600 NEW DOWNTOWN RESIDENTS 
  • 1 MILLION ANNUAL VISITORS
What do the CORE CONSTITUENTS get from this project that will provide specifics of employment that guarantee family supporting employment to Milwaukeeans? We need to eradicate Enduring Concentrated Poverty and reclaim our neighborhoods from the risks of empoverish behavior.

Two thousand seventy-four jobs (1,120 in construction) - What does this translate into that this project will provide market wages and is a guarantee for Milwaukeeans - Core Constituents?

What is the distribution of the Restaurant & Retail Space?  What has the Common Council, mayor and the developer Barrett put together to remove the Disparity label (DWilson report).  Opportunities that allows hidden talent and vetted businesses to become emerging entrepreneurs that does not require a Certification barrier?   

What is the parking space - 570 (147 public spaces)?  
What is the difference between 150 permanent jobs and 2,074 jobs?

What is the $68,158,864 new tax revenue, explain?

What is 30 years for public infrastructure?

What are the "other public investments"?

Where are the 600 NEW residents coming from?

1 million annual visitors - based on what?

Where are the Core Constituents' DNA in this project for legacy, historic presence and strategic partners?
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"We, the Core Constituents, need answers straight from Rick Barrett as to what he is/is not proposing in the Couture project.  We need to know what he is willing to convey over the next 30 years to the people.  Yes.  30 years", said  Mary Glass, Chair/CEO/CVO, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC.

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