Sean Ryan email@example.com The tanking economy could ground a plan to raise the Jefferson Area Business Center 2 feet to avoid floods from the nearby Rock River. The river poured over its banks during last year’s floods, sending a foot ...Read More »
December Omaha Hotel Inc., Omaha, Neb., reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Dec. 16 to reduce a $750 aerial-lifts citation to $525 and a $750 fall-protection-training citation to $525. The company was issued the citations Dec. 11 during a ...Read More »
Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org Madison leaders are offering few details of a city goal that would use new developments to account for a 25 percent decrease in automobile traffic. Yet, with a possible Common Council vote scheduled for next month, the ...Read More »
Caley Clinton Special to The Daily Reporter The recession has not stopped people from shopping, but it has made them smarter, more selective consumers. That means retailers need to rely on smart design and architecture more than ever. “Most good ...Read More »
David Winzelberg Dolan Media Newswire Nick Cosmo almost got it right. The jailed founder of the Hauppauge-based bridge loan investment company that federal authorities say was a $413 million Ponzi scheme knew there was a fortune to be made in ...
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Jessica Stephen Special to The Daily Reporter Wisconsin’s retail companies, contractors and property owners are working under a yellow flag raised by lenders still hesitant to loosen their grip on their money. “There’s a major correction in process,” said Deborah ...Read More »
Paul Snyder email@example.com A Dane County committee that promotes urban development will take a hiatus as the county readjusts its budgets to align with a decrease in state aid. “It’s upsetting to see it suspended,” said Dennis O’Loughlin, Dane County ...Read More »