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'Chaos' on Water Street: Residents, businesses concerned about violence

June 21, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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For the past two weekends, there has been crowd chaos on downtown Milwaukee's North Water Street.

I would like them to do some policing, arrest people and actually put them in jail. "It's not just residents concerned about the crowds. Ian's Pizza at Water and Juneau has changed its hours. "We started closing at midnight at least for this last week and coming week to see if it dies down and for the safety of our employees for everything," assistant manager Max Marciniak said. Residents and business owners told WISN 12 they're demanding more from city leaders. "I've contacted the alderman," another resident said.

You're not saying anything you're just silent. "Bauman agreed. "The motor vehicle violations, the speeding, the drag racing, the burnouts, all the things we're hearing from residents, police are just standing back at this point, and that may not be possible going forward especially now with the NBA profile is increasing dramatically, there will be national media in town, we're sitting on a powder keg," he said. The mayor's office said he was not available to answer questions about the violence Monday. A representative said officials were "adapting their strategies to address unruly crowds" and will continue to work with businesses and residents to a find a solution. Bauman said he thought Barrett should consider limiting vehicle access in and around Water Street for up to a half-mile and close public parking lots. Police said officers made several arrests this past weekend but did not specify how many. "MPD also issued 8 municipal citations and 62 traffic citations, and towed 42 vehicles," according to a press release from the department.

You're not saying anything you're just silent. "Bauman agreed. "The motor vehicle violations, the speeding, the drag racing, the burnouts, all the things we're hearing from residents, police are just standing back at this point, and that may not be possible going forward especially now with the NBA profile is increasing dramatically, there will be national media in town, we're sitting on a powder keg," he said. The mayor's office said he was not available to answer questions about the violence Monday. A representative said officials were "adapting their strategies to address unruly crowds" and will continue to work with businesses and residents to a find a solution. Bauman said he thought Barrett should consider limiting vehicle access in and around Water Street for up to a half-mile and close public parking lots. Police said officers made several arrests this past weekend but did not specify how many. "MPD also issued 8 municipal citations and 62 traffic citations, and towed 42 vehicles," according to a press release from the department.

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