A Milwaukee County committee gave its initial approval Monday for a $1 million trust for the Milwaukee Economic Development Corp. to create a revolving small business loan fund.
A bank is suing Milwaukee to save a partially constructed convenience store and gas station from demolition.
Milwaukee’s Common Council on Tuesday reversed the Historic Preservation Committee’s decision that gave Sydney Hih an interim historic designation.
Published: July 19, 2012
Tags: Department of City Development, Greg LeRoy, HellermannTyton, Jeff Fleming, Mark Nicolini, Milwaukee Economic Development Corp., Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee, Terry Tuttle, TIF
A Milwaukee cable manufacturer and the city are nearing a deal that would give the company a chance to recoup a portion of the cost of buying and improving a 92,300-square-foot building.
Hellermann Tyton Corp., a Milwaukee-based cable maker, on Monday will request a $2.75 million loan from the city for an expansion project.
Milwaukee’s Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development Committee on Tuesday reversed the Historic Preservation Committee’s decision that gave Sydney Hih an interim historic designation.
Published: June 1, 2010
Tags: Department of Revenue, Ed Huck, Hermus, Marquis, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Economic Development Corp., Scherer, tax incremental financing districts, TIF, Union Grove, village of Kimberly, Winget, Wisconsin Legislature
By Sean Ryan A public notice snafu sabotaged the village of Kimberly’s request for a development district. A math dispute between Union Grove and the state Department of Revenue undid the village’s attempt to create a similar district. Milwaukee simply missed the application deadline by five months. Despite the errors and disagreements, Kimberly and Union [...]
Published: April 5, 2010
Tags: American Subcontractors Association of Wisconsin, Beiriger, foreclosure, Lagina, Lagina Plumbing, Lagina Properties, lawsuit, Mechanical Inc., Milwaukee County Circuit Court, Milwaukee Economic Development Corp., PyraMax Bank FSB
By Sean Ryan PyraMax Bank FSB is seeking to foreclose on Lagina Plumbing Inc.’s headquarters in Milwaukee to collect $283,600 in debt on a loan, according to court documents. Jim Lagina, who owns Lagina Plumbing and Lagina Properties LLC, which owns the headquarters building, declined to comment Monday. Lagina Properties in March 2008 took out [...]
Published: March 19, 2010
Tags: Century City industrial park, Federal Transit Administration, Milwaukee Department of City Development, Milwaukee Economic Development Corp., Neighborhoods and Development Committee, Talgo Inc., tax-incremental finance district, Tower Automotive, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, zoning
By Sean Ryan Milwaukee may lose money renovating a building for Talgo Inc. if the company leaves the city after a couple of years, warned Alderman Robert Bauman during Friday’s Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee meeting. The Milwaukee Department of City Development proposes to spend $6 million renovating a city-owned building in the former Tower [...]