The village of Brown Deer awarded Stark Asphalt Service Inc., Milwaukee, a nearly $2.4 million contract for a street project that a lawsuit put on hold for more than a year.
Milwaukee County’s $8.9 million estimate to replace a Wauwatosa warehouse is in question while supervisors discuss seizing the building through eminent domain.
Milwaukee-based Stark Asphalt Service Inc. made the apparent low bid on a village of Brown Deer street reconstruction project that was tied up in court for more than a year.
The village of Brown Deer is seeking rebids on a multimillion-dollar street renovation project that has been tied up in litigation for more than a year.
A judge’s ruling will let Brown Deer revive a multimillion-dollar street renovation project that had been tied up in a lawsuit with angry property owners for more than a year.
Brown Deer took three steps Wednesday toward prevailing in a land dispute with a group of property owners but still faces one stumbling block: the 8700 block of North Deerwood Drive.
A group of Brown Deer residents and the village are expecting a judge’s ruling soon in a dispute over who owns roads targeted for a renovation project.
Published: December 18, 2012
Tags: eminent domain
Five roads at the heart of a property ownership dispute in the village of Brown Deer are public highways, Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Rick Sankovitz concluded Tuesday, but the lawsuit brought by the village against a group of landowners will take more time to resolve.
Village planners in Brown Deer are worried state grants for a multimillion-dollar project could be lost in the delay caused by a lawsuit against residents over ownership of roads.
Brown Deer officials and residents are waiting for a March court date to go to trial over the use of eminent domain for a $2.3 million streetscape project.