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City makes push for retail development

The city of Brookfield is considering forming its first tax incremental financing district in more than 20 years as city officials try to spur the redevelopment of Brookfield Square Shopping Center and several nearby office and retail developments.

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NLRB Complaints

The National Labor Relations Board is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1935 to administer the National Labor Relations Act, the primary law governing relations between unions and employers in the private sector.

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Winning bridge

The Soo Line "S" Bridge Enhancement Project in Eau Claire is a recipient of an American Public Works Association Public Works Project of the Year award.

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Green Bay (AP) - Two more paper companies have agreed to contribute millions of dollars to pay for dredging tons of sediment containing harmful PCBs from the Fox River, state and federal regulators said Wednesday.

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Justice was blind

A pained-looking Kano Saito, vice president of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries of America's Milwaukee office, said the 1st District Court of Appeals' decision to vacate the $94 million award in the Big Blue case was no cause for celebration.

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