A Janesville church plans to erect a 60-foot lighted steel cross where it will be visible from the freeway, a decision in which the city has little input.
Published: September 13, 2011
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By Brian Johnson Dolan Media Minneapolis — Minnesota Department of Transportation officials experienced sticker shock when they opened bids for the long-anticipated U.S. Highway 14 project in the North Mankato area. The apparent low bid for the design-build project, which would improve safety and access on a well-traveled corridor, came in at $23.595 million — [...]
By Keith Barber The practice of eminent domain makes me cringe, but in light of safety issues involving a particular intersection in the town of Walworth, it seems appropriate. For the sake of safety improvements and a much-needed road upgrade, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is considering the acquisition of several buildings at the intersection [...]
By Brian Johnson Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — Anoka County wants to improve traffic flow on Highway 14 with an upcoming $32 million project, but the work is noteworthy because it represents a first in Minnesota. It is the first project to participate in a pilot program that lets the state’s cities and counties do [...]
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation on Tuesday, March 9, will hold a public information meeting to discuss the Highway 14 corridor study from Highway 78 in Mazomanie to Highway 12 in Middleton. The meeting will start at 6 p.m. at the Wisconsin Heights High School in Mazomanie. The study examines existing environmental, social, and transportation-related [...]
Paul Snyder email@example.com Vernon County leaders say their 2.64-acre parcel is worth more than ordinary farmland, and the county should be paid accordingly. State transportation officials counter that their $13,000 offer is based on the going rate for such agricultural parcels. An appraiser separate from the squabble says if the land is suitable for development, [...]