Monday, December 10, 2012
Possible confusion over control and too much alcohol for the area were two reasons the city denied a permit last week for additional space for vendors on Layton Avenue during the Harley-Davidson 110th anniversary celebration.
The City of Greenfield denied a permit last week for one proposed part of Harley-Davidson’s anniversary celebration because of concerns about event control and responsibility, access to the area for emergencies, and potential over-availability alcohol. Scott Campbell of Promotion Design LLC had requested a temporary use permit for the Towne Center parking lot at 6100-6196 W. Layton Ave. as a place for vendors during the nine-day event next summer. Campbell, co-owner of Boot Connection, had planned to lease the front, grassy part of the lots for merchandise and beer vendors during the celebration. Campbell has already been given permission to use the Bed & Bunks, 6121 W. Layton Ave., parking lot for vendors during the event. Bed & Bunks is …
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The motorcycle company's 110th anniversary is next summer, and two Greenfield business owners are already banging heads.
A pair of Greenfield business owners traded insults and barbs for the better part of an hour over what could be the biggest party Greenfield sees this decade. Heck, there was even an unexpected Peanuts reference as Scott Campbell of Promotion Design LLC and John Schaller, owner of House of Harley-Davidson debated each other’s level of involvement during Harley-Davidson’s 110th anniversary celebration slated for Aug. 26 through Sept. 3, 2013. The verbal boxing match, that at times featured Mayor Michael Neitzke and City Attorney Roger Pyzyk as referees Tuesday, stemmed from the Common Council's decision to deny Campbell, the co-owner of Boot Connection, a temporary use permit to use the Towne Center parking lot at 6100-6196 West Layton …
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
FDNY Rescue 5 and World Trade Center first responder Vincent Forras will be in Greenfield for the Wisconsin State Fire Memorial's Ride for Remembrance, which begins at House of Harley Davidson at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
The annual Wisconsin State Fire Memorial’s “Ride for Remembrance” is Saturday, and special guests from New York will be getting special treatment from Greenfield. FDNY Rescue 5 and World Trade Center first responder Vincent “Vinny” Forras will be in Greenfield for the event, raising awareness for the Remembrance Rescue Project, a non-profit organization created by firefighters to restore, preserve and share FDNY Rescue 4 and Rescue 5. FDNY Rescue 5 is one of the three units that were salvageable after the attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Each of the five boroughs in New York City has a Heavy Rescue unit. Every firefighter that responded to the World Trade Center on the Heavy Rescues died, and Rescue 1 and Rescue 2 were …
Friday, September 2, 2011
The annual Harley-Davidson Labor Day Rally is upon Greenfield.
The House of Harley-Davidson parking lot is loaded with vendors, a stage and much, much more as motorcycle enthusiasts from all over gather in Milwaukee for the annual Labor Day Milwaukee Rally. Greenfield Patch stopped by the three-day party and snapped these photos Friday afternoon. Did you take any photos? If so, add them to this gallery!