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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greendale,_Wisconsin

Greendale is a village in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was ... All of the property was owned by the government and rented to families based on income, housing need and family size. Some exceptions ..... Interaction. Help · About Wikipedia · Community portal · Recent changes · Contact page ...

greendale.org/government/index.php

Greendale was incorporated as a Village in 1938 and was governed by an elected general committee to coordinate activities and meetings. This same Council ...

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Visit Greendale · Assessment Information · Add Event to Calendar · Election Information · E-mail List · Historic Hose Tower Rentals · Library · Property Tax ...

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www.greendale.org/our_community/historic_greendale/index.php

Greendale continues to serve as a successful model of a planned community ... Ohio, is one of three government sponsored "greenbelt" communities built as ...

www.wisconsinhistory.org/Records/Article/CS370

Read about how the suburban community of Greendale, Wisconsin, was ... All of the property was owned by the government and then rented to families, based ...

www.preserveamerica.gov/PAcommunity-greendaleWI.html

Jun 26, 2011 ... The village of Greendale, Wisconsin, (population 15,000) was created by the federal government's New Deal legislation in 1938. It was one of ...

www.nps.gov/nhl/news/LC/fall2011/Greendale.pdf

The Village of Greendale, Wisconsin, is one of three U.S. government-sponsored, ... The community is notable for its advanced application of the Neighborhood ...

www.nps.gov/nhl/news/LC/fall2011/GreendaleHDES.pdf

Greendale, Wisconsin, is one of three government-sponsored “greenbelt” communities ... coalesced to demonstrate a new strategy for decentralized community.