Sheridan Park, Cudahy, has been nominated for Milwaukee County Landmark status for its historic significance.
The Milwaukee County Landmarks Committee will hold a public hearing to consider this nomination at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2009 in the Board Room of the Milwaukee County Historical Society, 910 N. Old World 3rd St., Milwaukee WI 53203.
In addition to Sheridan Park, four additional sites have been nominated for designation as official 2009 Milwaukee County Landmarks. They are: Oak Creek Historical Society Complex, Oak Creek, for its historic significance, and three Milwaukee Riverfront Cottages in Glendale, designed by architect Eugene Liebert, for their historic and architectural significance.
At the public hearing, any persons interested in, or associated with, the potential landmark sites may appear to give testimony for or against the landmark designation. Questions concerning landmark status or the designation process can be directed to Robert Teske, Committee Secretary, at the Milwaukee County Historical Society or by phone at 414-273-8288.
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