The utility will use $3.5 million in cash to replace about 1 percent of its pipes each year, which is expected to save customers money that would otherwise go to interest payments.
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Oleo, commonly known as margarine, has a long and controversial history in Wisconsin. It only became legal to buy yellow oleo in the dairy sta…
Alan Klugman of the Jewish Federation of Madison had "difficulty equating what they go through with Nazi Germany."
The city Finance Committee went into closed session Monday to discuss strategies to achieve low-cost apartments in Gebhardt Development's proposed piece of Judge Doyle Square, as well as modifications to the base of the structure to accommodate construction above it.
The proposal is part of a broader plan to build replacements for the embattled Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake youth prisons in northern Wisconsin, which are slated for closure in 2021.
Distributing the originally proposed 78 low-cost units throughout the building could cost the city up to $2.4 million more than planned.
Attorneys general for Illinois and Michigan this week filed a brief with the Wisconsin Public Service Commission opposing the $500 million line, known as Cardinal-Hickory Creek, that would run from Dubuque to Middleton.
“People can still drink water without a straw,” says the city council member who plans to introduce a rule prohibiting restaurants from providing unsolicited plastic straws.
There is hope and optimism, but not certainty, that bipartisanship can continue, and perhaps grow, on one of the state's most vexing, human-needs challenges.
One facility that would have bred dogs "for medical experimentation" was denied. A second facility has yet to be considered by Sauk County.