Meetings & Events

HWTN board meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday or the month in the Marcia Coles Community Room of the Lake Park Pavilion (lower level). We don't regularly meet in July, August or December. We do hold a holiday party every December.

Wednesday, February 1st meeting with Mayor Barrett

Exciting February 1st meeting planned! Please join us and bring your neighbors and friends.  Mayor Barrett will address the issue of lead in our drinking water at 7PM sharp.  He is open to answer any other questions which are important to you and our neighborhood.  As per usual, Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro will provide yummy fresh-baked cookies and coffee at 6:30pm.  So, come early and enjoy meeting more of your neighbors.

Meeting will be held in the Marcia Coles Community Room of Lake Park Pavilion (lower level).

Januauay 11th meeting to focus on HWTN future

 

The first HWTN meeting of 2017 will take place on January 11 at 7pm at Lake Park Bistro and will focus on the future of our organization.

Group discussion will tentatively include the following topics:

* Review HWTN mission and bylaws
* Identify issues and set goals
* Review expectations and support available (new volunteer list)
* Discussion on how we can be more effective

There will also be a brief update from the HWTN Safety Committee.

As usual, we’ll meet in the Marcia Coles Community Room, which is in the lower level of Lake Park Pavilion beneath Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro. Come a little early for coffee and cookies courtesy of Bartolotta’s.

Members will receive the meeting agenda by email. Not a member? Well, now’s the time to join or renew!

Start Off 2017 Right With HWTN Monthly Meeting Jan. 11

Join us to discuss Historic Water Tower Neighborhood’s 2017 plans and neighborhood issues as we kick off the new year with our first monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Jan. 11, 2017.

(Note that because of the New Year’s holiday, we’ve moved this meeting to the second Wednesday of the month rather than the typical first Wednesday.)

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As usual, we’ll meet in the Marcia Coles Community Room, which is in the lower level of Lake Park Pavilion beneath Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro. Come a little early for coffee and cookies courtesy of Bartolotta’s.

Members will receive the meeting agenda by email. Not a member? Well, now’s the time to join or renew!

See you Jan. 11!

 

 

Plan to Celebrate Holidays at Member Soiree Friday Dec. 9

Mark your calendars for the annual Historic Water Tower Neighborhood Holiday Party and 43rd Anniversary Celebration, from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Friday Dec 9, 2016.

As in recent years, HWTN member Andy Nunemaker will host the party at his stunning home, 2221 N Terrace Ave.

andyThe party is open to HWTN members only. If you haven’t renewed or joined for our membership year that began Oct. 1, please go to our website today and become a member.

The party will feature a festive buffet, wine and beer. Opportunities to share your culinary talents for a discounted registration fee will, once again, be an option.

Information on the cost and how to sign up and pay will be sent to members.

Also, HWTN member Adrian Zilvetti is asking for volunteers to help with invitations, food and beverage coordination, set-up and tear down for this year’s holiday party. Please email Adrian at zilvetti@sbcglobal.net or call 414-530-6620 to offer your assistance.

HWTN Annual Meeting, Briefing on Proposed County and City Budgets Set for Wednesday Nov. 2

The proposed 2017 Milwaukee County and City of Milwaukee budgets will be presented by top officials at Historic Water Tower Neighborhood’s monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 2, 2016.

Supervisor Sheldon Wasserman

Supervisor Sheldon Wasserman

Members also will be asked to vote on a slate of 2017 officers and trustees at HWTN’s annual meeting starting at 8:15 p.m. that evening.

Milwaukee County 3rd District Board Supervisor Sheldon A. Wasserman will discuss the proposed 2017 Milwaukee County budget. Discussion will include updates on the Historic Lake Park Concrete Footbridge. Wasserman was elected to the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors on April 5, 2016, to represent the residents of Milwaukee County’s 3rd District, which includes Milwaukee’s Eastside, the Village of Shorewood and the Village of Whitefish Bay.

Ald. Nik Kovac

Ald. Nik Kovac

City of Milwaukee 3rd District Alderman Nik Kovac will discuss the proposed 2017 City of Milwaukee budget. Ald. Kovac has been alderman for Milwaukee’s 3rd District, which includes the East Side, Riverwest and north Downtown neighborhoods, since April 2008. He serves as chair of the City Information Management Committee; Vice-Chair of the Milwaukee Arts Board; and a member of the Public Works Committee, Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee; Library Board; and Deferred Compensation Board.

Members should watch their mail for the list of proposed 2017 officers and trustees.  All members are eligible to vote.

The meeting takes place in the Marcia Coles Community Room in Lake Park Pavilion, below Lake Park Bistro. Complimentary coffee and cookies provided by Lake Park Bistro will be available starting at 6:45 p.m. The meeting is free and open to the public.