Alexis Salinas, 8, of Oak Creek checks out a sculpture by artist Don Priewe of Hartford during the 11th annual Waukesha Blues Fest at Naga-Waukee Park in Delafield on Saturday, August 12, 2017.
The two-day festival features live music, food, art and more.
“The company does not expect this consolidation to impact employment at this time.”The property north of Rawson, 1100 Milwaukee Ave., is owned by Caterpillar, Inc. That section, over 32 acres, was listed for sale by Colliers International Wisconsin. Initially, there were talks of keeping manufacturing in one building south of Rawson.
However, South Milwaukee Mayor Erik Brooks said he wasn’t surprised by the consolidation announcement because the property was marketed as one big whole.
A soggy but enthusiastic Papillon owned by Kimberly Sisak of Minneapolis swims after her training dummy during the Dock Dogs canine aquatics competition at the Waukesha County Fair on Saturday, July 22, 2017.