Gov. Scott Walker announced a $100 million Transform Milwaukee investment Monday that he said is intended to attract businesses by fixing up blighted areas and providing economic incentives.
Published: September 22, 2011
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The city of Madison has saddled Krupp General Contractors LLC with 104 conditions to keep a $100 million west side redevelopment rolling.
Published: October 11, 2010
Tags: Balistreri, green roofs, Jill Didier, Michael McCabe, Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, MMSD, porous pavement, rain barrels, storm-water runoff, Tim Bate
By Marie Rohde A Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District proposal that would implement a more stringent storm water runoff rule covering redevelopment projects has cleared its first hurdle despite concerns raised by some officials. The board that oversees the sewerage district unanimously approved the measure Monday. The proposed rule would require redevelopment of any property larger [...]
A Hartland real estate company has agreed to pay $150,000 in penalties for violating state environmental laws regarding erosion control during construction of a condominium project. Trillium Development LLC and one of the company’s owners, Jeffrey J. Christensen, entered a no-contest plea to charges brought by the Department of Justice on behalf of the Department [...]
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org Ten years of regulating storm-water runoff from new construction projects has not kept phosphorous from leaking into the St. Croix River. The phosphorous, which commonly comes from fertilizer, is a problem because a pound of it can feed up to 300 pounds of algae, said Dan Baumann, waters program manager in the [...]
Sean Ryan email@example.com Glen and Louann Hocking could have avoided a flooded house and a series of lawsuits if they had just grabbed a shovel and dug a trench, said engineer Lawrence Schmit. The Hockings are suing their neighbors and the city of Dodgeville because, the couple claims, storm-water runoff from surrounding properties is flooding [...]