MILWAUKEE — Police Chief Alfonso Morales announced a tentative security footprint for the 2020 Democratic National Convention Friday.
Morales stressed that the boundaries are not a hard perimeter, and are still subject to change.
The north end of the boundary will be on Cherry Street, with the south and on Clybourn St. The west end will be N. 10th St., and the east end will be Water St.
This is a rough approximation of what the footprint may look like:
No businesses will be forced to close during the DNC, Mayor Tom Barrett said at the news conference. You can see more information and a list of frequently asked questions at DemConvention.com.
If you have any feedback for the city about the DNC, you can submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
JUST IN: Chief Morales says security footprint for summer’s DNC is 10th to Water and Cherry to Clybourn. Chief emphasizes this is “not a hard perimeter,” and plans could change as convention gets closer. @ShaunGalNews has live report coming on @tmj4 at Noon. pic.twitter.com/QNwfoYA0Z9— Pete Zervakis (@PeteZervakisTV) January 17, 2020