OSHA reports • G&R Exteriors LLC, New Berlin, must pay a $1,500 fall-protection citation because the period to contest the violation has ended. The company was issued the citation Aug. 11 during a roofing job at 100 Corrina Blvd., Waukesha. ...
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By Joe Lanane The state Department of Natural Resources will pitch in $100,000 of the estimated $1.1 million needed to clean up and clear a site in Brookfield to make way for a Target retail center. And even though the ...Read More »
OSHA reports • Avila’s Construction LLC, Milwaukee, must pay a $750 fall-protection citation, a $750 fall-protection-training citation and a $600 ladders citation because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations July 29 during ...
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By James Briggs When it comes to Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker’s persistent declarations that, if elected, he would halt Wisconsin’s high-speed rail project, Madison is like the forest where the tree fell. There might be people around to hear ...Read More »
By Joe Lanane Brookfield officials will delay a decision on a proposed high-speed rail train station until after Wisconsin elects its next governor. Brookfield Mayor Steven Ponto said Friday city officials will wait until after the Nov. 2 election between ...Read More »
By Joe Lanane Brookfield’s mayor recommends delaying approval of a proposed high-speed rail station until the Wisconsin Department of Transportation offers a cheaper alternative. The most recent WisDOT estimate requires Brookfield pay $5 million to $7 million to build the ...Read More »