The Southwest Georgia Project for Community Education hosted a fresh food mixer in Albany for two noble causes: to connect local farmers with the community and to encourage healthier eating habits. SWGP aims to establish a steady flow of fresh food options in a community that often lacks them. Click here to read the full article, written by Jon Gosa for the Albany Herald.
As reported on CBS Channel 58 Milwaukee: The City of Milwaukee is turning to its residents for help cleaning up the city. A new partnership is forming that could help fix up abandoned and rundown properties. The old citation plant building is an example the city gave. The business next door bought the property after having issues with squatters. In this case the city was able to lift the tax liens on the property and the businesses next door could purchase it at a lower ... Read More
As reported in the Milwaukee Business Journal: Phoenix Investors is working with the city of Milwaukee to clear and eventually redevelop a vacant, blighted industrial property on North 27th Street. The property is at 4041 N. 27th St. in the 30th Street Industrial Corridor, where the city and other stakeholders are striving to attract more manufacturing jobs. The 8.3-acre property neighbors a larger former Aldrich Chemical Co. Inc. building Phoenix Investors bought in May 2015, and has been renovating for future tenants, said David Marks, ... Read More