Uptown Crossing installs final Neighborhood Watch sign

January 29, 2016

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Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II, joined residents and other neighborhood stakeholders during a special ceremony marking the final Uptown Crossing neighborhood sign installation in the 15th Aldermanic District. A city Department of Public Works crew installed the final sign on Monday, January 25, 2016, in front of Judy’s Red Hots at N. 48th St. and W. Lisbon Ave.
“The Uptown Crossing Neighborhood Association (UNCA) has been a tremendous partner in working to improve the quality of life in the neighborhood, and their effort to help create a better sense of identity with the signage is excellent and deserves recognition,” Alderman Stamper said.
Uptown Crossing is bounded by N. Sherman Blvd. on the east, N. 60th St. on the west, from W. North Ave. (south) to W. Center St. (north). Alderman Stamper, DPW, TAPCO, the Milwaukee Police Department’s District Three, and the city’s Neighborhood Improvement Development Corp., were partners in the Uptown Crossing signage initiative. Pictured at the event are (from left) Judy Red Hots owners Ali Shan Chattha and his son Amjah Tufail; DPW worker Douglas Rupert (back row); UNCA president Tina Holst; Alderman Russell Stamper, II; and Joe Halvorson with DPW.