To reduce borrowing in the state budget, Republicans might delay financing a new home for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and refrain from buying two university residence halls.
Ten days before one of its employees was seriously injured after falling into a mortar mixer, Sic Lazaro U.S. Inc. was cited for safety violations by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Published: May 24, 2013
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The Daily Reporter’s weekly digest of companies that have been cited for OSHA violations during work around the state.
The state’s budget committee voted unanimously to adopt most of Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to eliminate a $63 million deficit in the state’s transportation fund while putting more toward transit services, local roads and specific projects.
A Milwaukee developer’s proposal to spark construction in the Park East would rely on private investments to pay for a new arena for the Bucks rather than a dedicated sales tax.
Fully modernizing a nearly 3-mile stretch of Interstate 94 in Milwaukee County will cost as much as $1.2 billion, according to a report released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau.
A month after delaying votes on six University of Wisconsin System projects in reaction to news about the system’s budget reserves, the state’s Building Commission on Wednesday approved the projects with no objection.
Automatic federal budget cutbacks known as the “sequester” have not affected state building projects, a member of the state’s Building Commission said Wednesday.
The latest scrimmage around the site of the new $975 million Minnesota Vikings football stadium has begun: the battle to build nearby parking.
Green Bay-based H.J. Martin and Son Inc. is working on Greenstone Farm Credit Services’ newest building on Highway 41 in Little Chute.