Community meeting set to discuss possible use for former Dover School site

October 9, 6:30 – 8 p.m., at Bay View Middle and High School

MILWAUKEE — Community members are invited to a meeting to discuss the possible use for Milwaukee Public Schools’ former Dover School site in the city’s Bay View neighborhood.

The meeting is set for Wednesday, October 9, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Bay View Middle and High School.

Organizers with Teachtown MKE, a collaborative initiative that supports local educators, will present information about Teachtown MKE, including a concept for redeveloping Dover into a housing site for teachers and other young professionals.

If you cannot attend, please feel free to seek additional information or share your thoughts by sending an email to There will be additional opportunities for public comment.

A copy of the meeting flyer can be found at:

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