One of the Alliance’s Infrastructure policy intiatives is continuing to advance fiscally sound and efficient communities, provided in a seamless and cost-effective manner. Specifically, this includes supporting the continued advancement of municipal service consolidation. The Alliance is looking forward to reviewing the results of the Waukesha County Fire and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Feasibility Study and advocating solutions that continue to advance our communities.
We know that every day, our schools are doing more and more to partner with business. We too, are expanding our efforts in the area of K-12 relationships, business and education partnerships, workforce development and supporting districts in their academic and career planning work. In recent years, this work has increased dramatically. We’re excited that for the 2018-19 school year, 12 school districts in Waukesha County have committed to work with the Alliance to take these efforts to the next level.
We were asked by the City of Waukesha to co-sign a letter of support with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce for the City’s application for a federal Water Infrastructure Financing and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to help with costs related to Lake Michigan water.
We've expanded our board of directors! We're excited to announce eight new members: Rick Andritsch, partner and vice president of business development for VJS Construction Services and CEO of VJS Lincoln, Inc.; Brian Baker, president and CEO of Sentry Equipment Corp; Tina Chang, CEO of SysLogic, Inc.; Cara Fuller, director of customer operations support for [...]
The Alliance partnered with Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow and the Waukesha County Center for Growth to honor individuals, businesses and nonprofits who are making Waukesha County a great place to live, work and play. It was a great celebration!
Waukesha County schools wrapped up the school year last week. Below represents a portion of the Alliance’s work over the past year to develop our future workforce by connecting businesses and educational institutions: More than 400 students participated in 18 Schools2Skills tours More than 500 students toured the Health Care Career Expo More than 900 [...]
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The Waukesha County Center for Growth celebrated its second anniversary last week. The Center for Growth is Waukesha County's economic development organization, working to generate capital investment, create jobs and grow Waukesha County’s economic base.
We are excited to congratulate Dan Duchniak, general manager of the Waukesha Water Utility, on being named the 2018 Waukesha County Advocate of the Year.
The EPA has adjusted its earlier classification for Waukesha County and reclassified the entire county as "in attainment."