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Barb Agnew

President

Friends of the Monarch Trail

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Friends of the Monarch Trail

Background Information

Employment History

Co-Owner

Barb and Dick's Wildflower Florists


Florist

Wauwatosa Now


Affiliations

Monarch

Founder


Web References(15 Total References)


The Verdict is In: Preserve the County Grounds - Milwaukee Riverkeeper

Barb Agnew, president of the Friends of the Monarch Trail and Wauwatosa resident, asked the council to incorporate "six preservation points" into the final plan.
The first of those points called for sticking with 850,000 square feet of development on the site, which would keep with the city-endorsed comprehensive plan for the area. She said this requirement would "condense their footprint in the spirit of 21st century design, stewardship and habitat protection," she said. Agnew also worried that the potential revenue associated with economic development were overshadowing the value of retaining the land in its natural state.


http://www.wauwatosanow.com/supergallery/?id=62582357&id=62582357&item=&item=

Barb Agnew, president of the Friends of the Monarch Trail, leads a trail walk to kick off its on June 28 that included information on how the new ownership of UWM is impacting the Monarch Trail and future plans for the area. - Image credit: Mary Catanese


http://www.wauwatosanow.com/communitywatch/?NWstartDate=07-01-2012&NWendDate=07-31-2012

"Throughout the 18 months Mandel has been planning the residential portion of the development, there was never any indication they needed to demolish any of the buildings," said Barb Agnew, coalition member and chairwoman of the Friends of the Monarch Trail.


http://www.wauwatosanow.com/news/110168044.html?page=1

"They took out a huge section of teasel canes," said Barb Agnew, president of the Friends.
"It was like a huge forest, you couldn't even walk in to it. It's extremely aggressive." The idea to help at the trail was Hennessy's, Agnew said.


The Verdict is In: Preserve the County Grounds - Milwaukee Riverkeeper

Barb Agnew, president of the Friends of the Monarch Trail and Wauwatosa resident, asked the council to incorporate "six preservation points" into the final plan.
The first of those points called for sticking with 850,000 square feet of development on the site, which would keep with the city-endorsed comprehensive plan for the area. She said this requirement would "condense their footprint in the spirit of 21st century design, stewardship and habitat protection," she said. Agnew also worried that the potential revenue associated with economic development were overshadowing the value of retaining the land in its natural state.


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