New Berlin

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New Berlin,

city (1990 pop. 33,592), Waukesha co., SE Wis., a residential suburb of Milwaukee; founded 1840, inc. 1959. Rubber and plastic products, as well as computer, medical, electrical, electronic, and transportation equipment are manufactured.
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They and Robert Johnson of Johnson Sand and Gravel of New Berlin filed a lawsuit asking for $50,000 in damages and a reversal, which was denied.
Focus: Sovereign Immunity This case involves the very tragic loss of life of an eight-year-old girl at a local swimming pool during a summer outing with the New Berlin Parks and Recreation Department.
INTEGRIS began working on plans to put roots down in the Milwaukee region in early 2015 and after several trips from Central Illinois were finally able to find a great landing spot in New Berlin, with the help of Kevin Crary of Capital Commercial.
British Airways (LSE:BAY) on Friday said that Berlin Airport Authority has announced that the opening of the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) will be delayed.
The students go to New Berlin Eisenhower High School in New Berlin.
Denali Flavors has announced that it is expanding its Denali Ingredients manufacturing plant in New Berlin, MI to keep pace with increasing demand for its Moose Tracks ice cream products.
Mueller's civic service included Boy Scouts of America troop leader, New Berlin Lions Club, City of New Berlin School Board member and New Berlin Police Commission.
But despite these caveats the new Berlin Central Station is a heroic achievement that cannot be diminished by timidity on the client's part.
But the Palestinians brand it "a new Berlin Wall" and say it grabs land from what should be part of their state.
In essence, this is a work on historical memory as it relates to the urban landscape and the problems its "ghosts" present to the builders of a new Berlin.
Furthermore, the new Berlin is experiencing a situation similar to that of dance communities on both sides of the Atlantic--shrinking funding sources and limited audience development as dance, and the arts in general, vie with other media for a piece of the financial pie and a sense of continuity.

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