Published: February 22, 2012
Tags: common council, Department of Neighborhood Services, GMAR, Grant Langley, Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors, Jay Unora, Mike Ruzicka, Robert Bauman, Stuart Gilgannon
The city couldn’t take action until water was flowing from the first floor of the abandoned Milwaukee mansion Dec. 12.
Published: July 27, 2011
Tags: common council, Grant Langley, insurance, Joe Davis, Kathryn Block, lateral, Linda Uliss Burke, Milwaukee, Nik Kovac, sewer, Tom Barrett, Utility Service Partners, warranty
By James Briggs The city of Milwaukee has agreed to endorse a private insurance company in exchange for money. As a result, Pennsylvania-based Utility Service Partners Inc. can use the city‘s logo in direct-mail marketing pitches to city residents, despite concerns raised among several Common Council members and Mayor Tom Barrett, who vetoed the arrangement [...]
Published: July 21, 2011
Tags: Ashanti Hamilton, bid preference, Grant Langley, Jim Bohl, Kathryn Block, local preference, Richard Wanta, Robin Vos, Scott Maly, Wisconsin Underground Contractors Association
A Milwaukee lobbyist is accusing the city of violating the spirit of a new state law that bans local bid preferences.
Published: December 10, 2010
Tags: Alyssa Macy, C.D. Smith Construction, Fond du Lac, Gary Smith, Grant Langley, Hagopian, Nora Friend, Peg Schmitt, Ray LaHood, Ruben Anthony Jr., Talgo, U.S. Department of Transportation, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, WisDOT
By Marie Rohde Federal money to upgrade Milwaukee’s downtown Intermodal Station may be unavailable even though some improvements are needed to comply with federal and state laws requiring access for people with disabilities. C.D. Smith Construction Inc., Fond du Lac, was awarded an $18 million contract Nov. 1 to do work required under federal law. [...]