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Port of Milwaukee Redevelopment Plan

View the Port of Milwaukee Development Incentive Zone (DIZ) Plan (adopted by the Common Council on July 6, 2011)

View the Final Port Redevelopment Plan here (approved by the Common Council on November 3, 2010)

View a summary presentation of the Port Redevelopment Plan here (Updated on September 8, 2010) 

View Amendment No. 1 to the Port Redevelopment Plan here (approved by the Common Council on July 6, 2011) 

Plan goals  Plan Boundary

Further the mission of the M7 Water Council

Support the Port of Milwaukee

Assist in the redevelopment of brownfields

Create jobs

Improve public access to water resources


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Quick facts about the Milwaukee region's water industry

Over 120 water-related companies are located in the Milwaukee region, representing $10.5 billion in annual sales.
Five of the 11 largest water companies in the world have a presence in Milwaukee, at 9 different facilities.

The region is home to 87 academic water scientists and engineers.

The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee's Great Lakes WATER Institute is the largest academic freshwater facility on the Great Lakes.


Milwaukee Water Council

Port of Milwaukee

Floating some big ideas; group envisions infrastructure for water technology, research hub JSOnline, March 7, 2009

Plan encourages development of water industries
JSOnline, March 19, 2009


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