Officials say last week’s heavy rains caused sewers in the Milwaukee area to spill an estimated 595 million gallons of untreated wastewater to local waterways.
A Franklin resident’s claim against the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District for illegal taxation will go unanswered.
On Monday, as they announced a massive road project, top officials from the state, Milwaukee County and the city of Milwaukee were in a giddy mood.
Milwaukee’s $18 million share in the reconstruction of Lincoln Memorial Drive, Clybourn Street and two Interstate 794 ramps near the city’s lakefront hinges on approval of an incentive package for Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Lift Investments LLC, Wauwatosa, has purchased a 6,620-square-foot property at 2737 W. Mill Road, Glendale.
A contractor’s federal lawsuit against the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District has a January 2014 court date.
They might be difficult to see, but those are Franklin’s leaders, behind their desks, cowering.
A Franklin resident is trying to recruit as many of his neighbors as possible to sue the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District over a sewer tax.
An Illinois contractor is suing the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District over a nearly $5 million bill for removing contaminated water during installation of a landfill gas pipeline.
Published: September 26, 2012
Tags: Douglas Nysse, Economic and Community Development Committee, Kahler Slater, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, Milwaukee River Hotel, MMSD, MRH West, Park East
Milwaukee County’s Economic and Community Development Committee gave the initial OK Wednesday for negotiations to start between the county and a development group seeking to build an extended stay hotel on the Park East site.