Is there a rumor you've heard you would like to track down? Is there something in the community that needs to get fixed? Mary Malahy answers some of the mysteries of life in the Elmbrook area.
Bike lane planned for North Ave. segment in 2017
Issue: A reader wants to know why there is no bike lane along North Avenue east of Pilgrim Road.
Status: Tom Grisa, director of public works for the city of Brookfield, said the five-year plan calls for the addition of sidewalks and a bike lane to that stretch of North Avenue.
Waukesha County is widening North Avenue in 2017, and the city will be coordinating with the county to add a bike lane and sidewalk during that project.
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