Housing Affordability Reports
The State now requires cities and villages with populations of 10,000 or more to prepare a housing affordability report by January 1, 2020. Each report needs to include data regarding development activity and an analysis of how land use regulations impact the cost of housing. SEWRPC can help!   
Lead in Drinking Water
Commission staff recently wrote a white paper regarding lead in drinking water in Southeastern Wisconsin. The paper provides information on how lead is released from plumbing materials, the health effects of lead, and ways of addressing lead in drinking water.
Non-Motorized Count Program
Commission staff initiated the 2019 season of the non-motorized count program in March and has also been collecting and collating count data from agencies across the Region. Count data are available through an interactive map on the Commission website.
Also Available in this Newsletter:

Little Muskego Lake Aquatic Plant Management Plan

Comprehensive Planning Update