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Liens

Municipal

Forino Co LP, 724 Belfair Drive, Reading. Docket No. 1901817, $4,983.71

Lawsuits

Moras Construction LLC, Reading; Bachman's Roofing, Building & Remodeling Inc., Wernersville; and Archive Warehouse LLC, Lebanon, were sued for injuries sustained by Anita Zawada, Kempton, for an amount in excess of $50,000 plus costs of the suit. Docket No. 1901815, Feb. 14.

Industrial Grounds Maintenance, Reading; and LCL Management LLC, Parsippany, NJ, were sued for injuries sustained by Kimberly Turpin, Reading, for an amount in excess of $50,000 plus costs of the suit. Docket No. 1901959, Feb. 19.

Real estate transactions

100 Ben Franklin Highway LLC to Bristol Road Partners Inc., 90 E. Ben Franklin Highway, Amity Township, $108,500.

Terry J. Blizniak and Malgorzata Blizniak to Walpole Pa Inc., 163 Amity Park Road, Amity Township, $129,900.

Stonybrook Realty Management Inc. to Bristol Road Partners Inc., 96 E. Ben Franklin Highway and East Ben Franklin Highway Lot, Amity Township, $108,500.

The legacy of Milwaukee's Redlining continues to shape racial segregation

Redlining is a term that describes the discriminatory practices of denying minority populations access to equal loan and housing opportunities. Emerging in the 1930s, redlining was embraced in the real estate industry for decades and shaped the social landscape of numerous American cities, large and small. Indeed, the racial segregation patterns of many of cities, including Milwaukee, to this day look extremely similar to the patterns set by redlining.

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Fair Housing Act, passed in 1968, made discrimination in housing opportunities based on race against the law. However, over a half-century later, racial segregation by neighborhoods remains very pronounced. Looking at the historical practice and legal structure of redlining can shed light on how residential segregation in Milwaukee was birthed and maintained, and how it informs current patterns of racial segregation.

A New Deal-era housing policy

In an effort to promote economic recovery during the Great Depression, the U.S. government implemented several policies throughout the 1930s. One major policy was the National Housing Act of 1934 which created the Federal Housing Administration. One primary goal of these efforts was to slow down the rate of housing foreclosures, which were rampant as Americans struggled to find and keep jobs during the economic depths of the Depression.

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