Tuesday, March 13, 2018

"Be Famous"

Dear County Board,
Even if there is currently no actual vehicle production in SE WI anymore - see the attached satellite screen shot of the former American Motors/Chrysler site.
AT least Milwaukee is a hot bed of STD's.

MILWAUKEE (WITI/CNN) – The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin confirmed recent reports of an HIV and STD “cluster” in Milwaukee.
It’s believed at least 125 people have contracted HIV and syphilis, and they’re connected in some way.
"Certainly, this is an HIV and syphilis cluster," said Michael Gifford, president of the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin. "HIV and STDs are a serious public health threat."
Gifford said Milwaukee already accounts for more than half of the state’s HIV cases.
"Milwaukee unfortunately has one of the highest STD rates of any city in America," Gifford said.
The center is the largest provider of HIV treatment in Milwaukee, and Gifford said a “cluster” refers to people who are connected through transmitting the disease.
"125 people have been identified as being part of this cluster,” Gifford said. “That number is likely to go up as additional review happens with this situation.”
Gifford said the cluster includes students in the Milwaukee Public Schools district.
And Milwaukee stands up to refuse to pay for Racine County  Foxconn infrastructure projects while claiming that it's large number of unemployed Residents are (un)fit for employment?
It's like everything else in SE WI - It doesn't make sense!
Tim & Cindy

1 comment:

TSE said...

The Hoan Bridge to NOWHERE!

The Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge is a tied-arch bridge that connects Interstate 794 in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to the Lake Freeway across the Milwaukee River inlet. Originally called the Harbor Bridge, it was renamed after Daniel Hoan, a Socialist, and one of the longest serving mayors of Milwaukee.

It was designed by the firm Howard, Needles, Tammen & Bergendoff and in 1975 won the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Long Span Bridge Award. Although construction on the bridge lasted briefly from 1970 until 1972, it did not open to traffic until 1977 due to public backlash against the planned Milwaukee County freeway system. This halted completion of the connecting roadways and led to the Hoan Bridge being known as "The Bridge to Nowhere."

Its unfinished state was used as the site of a car chase scene in the movie The Blues Brothers. Eventually, the bridge connections were completed in 1998, when the Lake Parkway (Wisconsin Highway 794) opened between the bridge's southernmost exit, connecting the bridge between the Bay View neighborhood and downtown Milwaukee's southeastern tip.