|A crowd of about 50 residents packed the Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club gym. (Photo by Jabril Faraj)|
- selling of marijuana paraphernalia.
- addressing the debris and trash patrol.
- to flush out specific issues of DISRESPECT for members of the neighborhood public.
- to flush out specific issues of theft and other concerns of the owner.
- creating a residential and owner workgroup that will address ethnicity, race and ongoing issues to prevent tinderbox issues from exploding.
- identify and commit to specific ways the onus of the OWNER for INCLUSION and negative concerns are known.
- Identify a joint effort of the workgroups to create an environment that will resurrect a walk-through garden, gathering or recreational site in the area sought for expansion by Pakhar Singh – an area of beauty, partnership care, with a landmark to provide the history of wisdom by the stakeholders out of destruction.
- hire members of the neighborhood to work in the store with a professional commitment to supporting the economic base and broadening relationships.
- Pakhar Singh, owner, should become a member of the Neighborhood Strategic Planning group and work with BID 39 - Jennifer Potts, Executive Director, to become a partner and respected leader that is worthy of the title of "Anchor" tenant of the Sherman Park and neighboring areas - Gas is sold to Milwaukee stakeholders in and out of Sherman Park.
- Together, the owner and stakeholders eliminate outside illegal sellers of tapes, socks, etc. in the gas station area.
- Together, the owner and stakeholders provide humane efforts for addressing panhandling - a byproduct of under-, unemployment and enduring concentrated poverty.
- Alderman Khalif Rainey leadership has an opportunity to cure an ongoing angst - dislike of outside of the neighborhood owners that do business in predominately African American neighborhoods without creating a partnership and economic survival plan for the neighborhood.
- Continued "DISCUSSION Forums" can lead to Innovative, time shared and infrastructural growth.
How dare such narrow and insensitive comment by Bobot, Singh's attorney. Vincent Bobot is a man that ran for mayor of Milwaukee in 2004, worked/paid through city attorney's office for neighborhood property correction support and now sits on the ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW APPEALS BOARD.
|Create a LANDMARK of wisdom and beauty in additional space|
Mary Glass – Chief Visionary Officer
Update April 21, 2017