Wednesday on Lake Effect:
We speak with the people who depend on the JobLines to get to and from work ahead of its services ending this weekend. Then, we hear from a Waukesha County supervisor on why he thinks the JobLines didn’t work. Later, a rising young pastor talks about his work with Milwaukee communities — from the homeless to youth groups. And, we explore Camp Reunite — a program that gives kids with incarcerated mothers an opportunity for family bonding.
- Route 57 Riders feature
- Paul Decker, Waukesha County Supervisor and co-chair of the Regional Transit Leadership Council
- Andre Pirtle, pastor, Immanuel Church in Brookfield
- Allison Dikanovic, reporter, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service