Tyrice Baskin, a Concordia resident, is concerned about the condition of the roads in Milwaukee, especially those in his neighborhood. Baskin has lived in Milwaukee all his life and attended Alexander Hamilton High School. He said he has to replace tires on his car a few times a year. Despite his concerns about the streets, Baskin still considers Milwaukee to be his “real home,” and said he enjoys living in the city.
Emanuel Zepnick says
Good evening My fellow milwaukeans .Mr tyrice Baskin , I want to wish you and your family a very happy Easter . Mr baskin , I agree with you #100.00 . milwaukees Infracture is in very bad shape . Mr Baskin , my suggestion to you is to write a PERSONAL letter to Gov Scott Walker identifing the problems and HOPEFULLY he will make a personal visit to the Concordia Community and listen to the residents and hopefully the problem will be solved . Mr Baskin , I am happy that you choose to stay in milwaukee and improve your community . Milwaukee , has the potential to be a vibrant and prosperous city , with the right Political leadership . Milwaukee , not to big , not to small , just RIGHT .
Kristen Appleget says
I agree, I live on Juneau ave off of 32nd st and the pot holes are almost a foot deep
Lise Moulton says
We all need to make the simple call to the State House in Madison and tell them our concerns. Taxpayers should not have to foot the bill for streets so neglected there are potholes that cause us ruined tires. But we have to let them know how big an issue this is for us. I am also very concerned that when people get behind the wheel of their vehicles, all Respect and Accountability goes out the window. It really feels like “Every Man/Woman For Themselves” on the road. We must return to courtesy, and hence, safer streets.