Join Friends of South Shore Park and the Alliance for the Great Lakes at South Shore Park Beach, sponsored by Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, to help clean up Great Lakes beaches and shorelines and make them barefoot friendly.
County officials must work and make decisions to overcome a $42 million deficit. Spending for and revenue from our County Parks will be key considerations during the decision process.
Using Balancing Act, County residents can design and share their own budget for Milwaukee County. This tool will help the public more easily visualize and understand the difficulties in balancing the needs of competing priorities with finite resources. The Balancing Act webpage is pre-loaded with what Milwaukee County’s finances look like going into 2018 as well as a number of real life policy decisions that the County Executive and County Board will have to consider in the coming months. Each decision can either cost money, bring in more revenue or reduce expenses. Users can decide where their budget priorities land and then submit their balanced budget to the County Executive’s office.
Please join us for our next public Adopt-a-Beach™ cleanup at South Shore Beach.
When: Thursday June 22, 6:00 to 7:30pm – anytime you can help during this time is great.
This is the first our organized beach cleanup for 2017. Join us to help make South Shore Beach clean, meet friends and have fun!
Meet on the paved trail at the large anchor near the northeast corner of the Park Pavilion. South Shore Park Pavilion is located at 2900 S. Shore Drive, Milwaukee.
No experience is necessary. Gloves and trash bags will be provided. We need all the help we can get. Thanks for your help in advance!