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Workgroup Workplan Template

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Advisors+: Who else do we need?
Mission: One sentence
Group Communication: Rate and rhythym
Neighborhood Engagement: Connect
Proposed Activities: What to do?
Timeline: When?
Budget: How much?
Potential Funders and Resources: Who pays?
Resident-Driven Housing and FOC: Chris Grandt, Riverworks Center
9:00-9:30am
Continental Breakfast and Networking
Good Morning! and Performance by Dasha Kelly
9:30-10:15am
Agenda Review
SAS Reflection
Beerline Trail Neighborhood Development Project SAS Results
Introduction of Workgroup Conveners and Sessions - with Basecamp
10:15-11:15am
Workgroup Sessions for Workplan Development
11:15-11:45am
Workgroup Sessions Report and Feedback
11:45am-12:00pm
Closing
Greater Milwaukee Committee and Riverworks Development Corporation
Creative Placemaking Project
Beerline Trail Neighborhood Development Project
SAS Follow-up
Friday, April 10 from 9am-12pm
The Bricks, 811 East Vienna
WELCOME
Agenda
Workgroup Workplan Template
Neighborhood Engagement:
Adrian Spencer, Safe and Sound
Workgroups and Conveners
Neighborhood Wellness and Safety:
Jacob Corr, DA’s Office and Kelly O’Neill, Safe and Sound
Youth Programming:
Afi Dobbins, Solomon Community Temple
Jose Vasquez, Holton Youth and Family Center
Heart of the City Identity:
Angela Damiani, NEWaukee and Adam Carr, Milwaukee
Beerline Trail Linear Park Design and Development (artery+):
Jill Sebastian
The Pulse: Entrepreneurship and Workspace:
Wendy Baumann and Amber Miller, Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation
LENSES
Aesthetics
Capacity
Economy
Environment
Exchange
10 Mins: Share your investment, your interest, your work, your impacts since and prior to SAS
Focus
Inclusion
Locality
Network
Space
Wellness
Use
Time
Story
READ OUT:
What's one story of impact from the SAS or the neighborhood?
Thanks Shea, for the
2HUGETHINGS
CityofMKE owns the land
Next Weds, Bids due for hiring contractor to build trail this summer!
Melissa: tipping point to the core conversations at root: race--so we can move into the rest
Adam Carr "State of the City" address sets exemplary example for the city
SWEET HEALTHY WORDS
Success is in your nature. Live it!
Bridney Chappell < Riverworks
Amy Rohan < Riverworks
Carl Nelson: Riverworks BID
SORTING IDENTITY
HEART OF
OUR
CITY
focus
PARTNERS
City of Milwaukee
GMC
Riverworks Center
US: Dozens working for 1000s
EDIT the document!
NOW
MAY/JUNE
2016
GUIDING LENSES
WORKGROUPS
SEP
Riverworks Week
Working with organizers in Harambee / Riverworks to get information to residents and from residents
Meet rapidly, create perspective that will inform other groups around identity building across the 18 months and output from us; drilling down into specific and finding a broad way to communicate those specifics. POST RATIONAL
Begun outreach to youth to build a youth council with representation from both communities; focus on recruiting more youth and putting together projects
District 5 Safe and Sound already concerned about safety issues; will address safety first, then wellness
Our group will help give a vision towards this space becoming a park and shared space; help implement ideas that come from other groups so they have a physical space
Entrepreneurship, Small Business Development, Large Business Development: First, landscape: what's here? Collect all information; leverage, expand, and enrich existing businesses. Tours of site assets and ground-work, then see what's next!
Creative placemaking: art, culture, economy, and housing! Community development initiative needs focus on housing. Major differences in neighborhoods around housing. Look at data on housing, projects with Fair Housing Council; find new ways to see housing through this work.
Basecamp
You will receive an invite
You will be in the projects you're already involved with

Check the Progress area
Check the ME area
Set up your email or turn it off
Get the mobile apps
Affiliate with the workgroups of your choice
Visit more than one
Get contact info for your convener
IDENTITY
BRAND
COMMUNICATIONS
Advisors+
Mission
Group Communication
Neighborhood Engagement
Proposed Activities
Timeline
Budget
Potential Funders and Resources
ADVISORS
MISSION
GROUP COMMUNICATION
NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
TIMELINE
BUDGET
RESOURCES
ADVISORS
MISSION
GROUP COMMUNICATION
NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
TIMELINE
BUDGET
RESOURCES
ADVISORS
MISSION
GROUP COMMUNICATION
NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
TIMELINE
BUDGET
RESOURCES
ADVISORS
MISSION
GROUP COMMUNICATION
NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
TIMELINE
BUDGET
RESOURCES
ADVISORS
MISSION
GROUP COMMUNICATION
NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
TIMELINE
BUDGET
RESOURCES
ADVISORS
MISSION
GROUP COMMUNICATION
NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
TIMELINE
BUDGET
RESOURCES
ADVISORS
MISSION
GROUP COMMUNICATION
NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
TIMELINE
BUDGET
RESOURCES
10 MINS
get it written down!
ADVISORS
MISSION
GROUP COMMUNICATION
NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
TIMELINE
BUDGET
RESOURCES
Adding environmental sustainability as a lens
Engage arts anchor institution
Looking at soil remediation
Need for common language
harnessing simplifying amplifying articulating wayfinding promoting common language amongst projects
tapped into work of other groups to understand implications, reflect, and repurpose
link to guiding lenses group
pollinate words that come from groups to all groups, via guiding lenses group
First development session on May 6
DE MUDDLE THE MERCURIALITY
finely scrutinize the implicit messaging in the results of our work
Re-define the meaning of BEER
open to folks joining
Relate housing to creative placemaking
Highlight housing disparity
Land use planning
Asset mapping
Block by block asset mapping
Focused communication
Keep group engaged
Proximity to artery
Diversity - home buyer, construction
link to Pulse group
Tabled until we talk with youth, so it's a youth driven mission: identify needs for skill and confidence building, enable development of youth-sourced plan for wellness, health, community
Facilitate SAS for youth
Contact orgs in neighborhood
Asset map orgs to identify youth participants
Create youth councils along generational lines
Identify partners for YSAS
A Walk in my Shoes - youth create abstract design which is put on a shoe
Inter-generational mentoring
ICAN2LABS
Develop entrepreneurship space e.g. hub for the network of places in the area

How to activate pre-existing spaces

Examine comparable national models
Informed by the current economic disparities, our goal is to activate space to drive creative economic development utilizing existing assets to improve quality of life in the focus area
SEP 1: First deliverable
APRIL planning meeting
JUNE work session
do-op
e.g. Minneapolis community shares / ownership model, alternative funding models for community ownership - http://www.startribune.com/local/minneapolis/234341761.html
Learn what people need to feel safe - collect resident and business input on safety needs

Foster ownership of the trail

Create sense of shared safety on the trail

Examine "thing" based safety infrastructure e.g. lights

>> idea, identify community ambassadors a la Downtown MKE
NEED PEOPLE
Front-end work: Make people safe
SOUSVEILLANCE
communicate city design plan as relates to safety during build-out of trail
Identify root causes of safety challenges that lie in the cultural and economic underpinnings of the target area
Trail constructed
Berms established
Ensure the design enables programming and other activities, because it cannot be changed once complete

Develop open spaces

Ensure more entry points / access
STARTING MAY 15
why this name?
The existing trail south is called Beerline Rec Trail, used to take beer from breweries in the history of the city.
beerline
commerce st.
capitol dr.
connecting area businesses, industry, linkages, historical network
Our mission as community engagement for harambee is to assist in building a more cohesive community through resident activities, arts, space activation, and safety
Ensure feedback loop between residents and process
Convene small groups, small dinner at Artery, invite residents out to get feedback
Develop a pot-luck tour kit (activate green spaces by showing up!)
Highlight healthy lifestyle choices for getting around
Engage residents with creating word art, resident quotes (ala Typeface? maybe?)
Neighbors from specific blocks meet each other, open dialogue
Convert boxes into greenhouses so grow-space is annually usable
Publish brochure that can be handed out to residents
National Cleanup Day
April 18
Identify existing assets
Programming of Movie Night
Programming Dinner - with good food, only
WORK PLAN DEVELOPMENT
SPRING CLEANUP this Sunday 9-11 at Artery
Positive and beneficial words about our experience
Especially when taking on a large challenge
So we feed ourselves the best language possible while achieving goal
JEWEL
LISTENING
OPEN MINDED

HEALTHY WORDS
Who was present:
Adam Carr - independent and freelancer - co-convener - do a lot of work with communities and people in Milwaukee telling their stories in a variety of mediums - bus tour - video - 3rd grader book - here because I care about this project and its direction - the narrative from this project is important
Ben Juarez - represent the office of Senator Tammy Baldwin - here because I care about the city, but specifically love the south side there's a lot of love for the north side too.
James Carlson
Angela Damiani - interested in this as the creational trail extension - expansion of this from the original theory and project created in this basement to an entire neighborhood development project - sensitive to many players that need recognition - work we are doing will require nuance and sensitivity
Janet Grau - worked for City of Milwaukee DCD - background in art, architecture, urban design, planning, different things for the city over the years - neighborhood planning is one and this trail is in one of my planning areas - want to see it be exciting and a rich project - my only concern is mission creep, we need to focus on the trail not on saving the world
Brittany Shapelle - engagement coordinator for riverworks - in five of the workgroups - channeling information back to riverworks
Brian Holubeck - Have a space in Riverworks, live in Brewers Hill / Harambee - area needs attention and support - see people doing a million good things that will add up to something larger, and this is important because we need to tell the story of the work we're doing
Keith Hayes - beintween - lots of experience with the specific extension of the beerline trail - trying to identify how all this leads to economic development that is spurred by a process we are lacking for how we incorporate and appropriate public space
Brad Pruitt - project consulting - very interested and long-term invested in these issues
Bev Morel - interested and appreciative of this project
James Morel - interested in this project
A statement that can sit in the middle of the room that can give focus to what we're all doing together
Use an iterative process to get feedback from community stakeholders
MET ON MAY 6
Reviewing info from UWM Student Nicole report
Start changes and development by Memorial Day
Start construction end of next week
Continue evaluation of standing water / water flow
Funding and Resources
Funding Opportunities
a. Fund for Lake Michigan full proposal for $125,000: Exploratory Meeting on May 12 (Full Proposal due shortly after)
b. GMF Healthy Neighborhood Art Project Nohl Grant for $20,000 Pending
c. Milwaukee Arts Board Public Art New Work Fund for $7,000 Pending with Interview May
d. City of Milwaukee and Partners for Places: Community Meeting on May 11 at 6pm at Riverworks Lofts
e. Challenge Fund Pending
f. New Wells Fargo and GMF Housing and Employment Funding Research
g. Grants and Other Funding Search
Guiding Lenses
Update
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