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Kenosha men charged with break-ins

September 17, 1999<@SM>Two Kenosha men were charged last week as part of an ongoing investigation into thefts from construction sites in three Wisconsin counties and more arrests are possible, according to law enforcement officials.

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Power plants cool energy debate

July 27, 1999<@SM>Two new power plants have been proposed to meet consumer demand and state laws, providing contracts from sitework and materials to general construction and erection opportunities for Wisconsin, contractors.

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Go Cats!

September 21, 1999<@SM>The Defense Department knows more about the Redcat Academy, an adjunct of the Milwaukee Public School System

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No-bid proponents draw up wish list

September 21, 1999<@SM>State legislators are taking a fresh approach to limiting open bidding on public construction projects in favor of design/build contracting, sources say.<@SM>Lobbyists and industry leaders expect the state Legislature to abandon a l

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A tip of the hardhat after Labor Day

August 30, 1999<@SM>The final Labor Day of this millennium reminds us all of the skilled crafts men and women of the construction industry who perform wonders daily, putting together pieces of the puzzle that is a construction project.

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