— During Tuesday’s Finance Committee, a proposal valued at
approximately $40,000 from a contractor for a downtown Waukesha
rebranding campaign will be discussed.
to the 6:30 p.m. meeting agenda, the Finance Committee will review
and act on a request to approve a contract with Savage Solutions for
“Downtown Brand Reveal” in the amount of $40,800.
next step in the process of branding downtown Waukesha is the reveal
of the brand to the public and creation of materials to accompany
the branding effort such as street banners, T-shirts, mugs and other
initiatives, according to city documents. Savage Solutions has
created a project proposal for that brand reveal, which includes
preliminary meetings to discuss the strategic rollout, design of all
materials associated with the reveal, working with vendors to
produce the materials, creating a brand reveal video and the
creation of a micro-website.
the contract Waukesha has asked for an estimate relating to the
costs of the material and production costs of $38,000, which will be
funded through CDBG.
Finance Committee will meet in the City Hall Council Chambers, 201
the Wednesday Plan Commission meeting, the members will discuss
plans for the Mad Rooster Restaurant in the former Hardee’s on
northwest Barstow Street and Bank Street. Under review are the
preliminary site and architectural review.
on the meeting’s agenda is a request from a downtown business
property owner who wants to change the outdated façade on the
building, which has the addresses of 732, 734 and 736 Clinton St.
The applicant is planning to redo the entire second floor façade
and additional enhancements to the floor and street level facades.
on Sunset Drive is proposing a 625-squarefoot extension on the rear
of its building for additional kitchen storage. The owner is also
proposing to reface the building’s exterior.
proposal from Bielinski Homes for a residential development called
the Courtyards at Prairie Song on Summit Avenue will also be
considered. The developer is seeking to construct six duplex condos
on the north end of the development and 10 duplex condos at the
south end. The plans for the buildings have more architectural
detail after concerns were expressed by the commission last fall.
to city documents, staff still has concerns about the project.
Plan Commission will meet 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the City Hall