A lawsuit from two Madison residents contesting the merits of a controversial downtown hotel expansion project will not be heard by the state Supreme Court.
Two Madison residents have petitioned the state’s Supreme Court to hear a case regarding the Edgewater Hotel expansion.
A $16 million subsidy for the Edgewater Hotel redevelopment is too much for the city to include in its 2012 budget, according to Madison’s mayor.
A state appellate court Thursday rejected the arguments of two Madison residents fighting the Edgewater Hotel redevelopment, inching the project closer to a construction start.
The city of Madison will drastically cuts its contribution to the Edgewater Hotel expansion project in a move announced Tuesday by Mayor Paul Soglin.
When Madison voters on Tuesday unseated a popular two-term mayor, it was a referendum on how the city handled a contentious development project, allies and critics of Mayor Dave Cieslewicz said.
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