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High court asked to hear dispute

Wausau - A state appeals court Tuesday asked the Supreme Court to decide whether a western Wisconsin man must pay $225,000 in damages to punish him for causing an accident while driving drunk for the fifth time.

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Madison - The Wisconsin Supreme Court gave local boards Tuesday more flexibility to grant exemptions to zoning ordinances that dictate dimensions of construction projects and place other limits on the buildings.

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And the winners are

Gert Grohmann, associate safety and training director for the Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee, and Robert Stelter, president of the association

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Developing a training culture

Joe worked in construction since he graduated from high school. He went through formal training and his supervisor took the time to explain the how and why of any new project. They would discuss the finer points of new techniques during lunch breaks.

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