A report from the Wisconsin Department of Revenue tracks new construction and calculates a levy limit percent for counties and municipalities.
Thursday was draft day for 11 Milwaukee-area high school students who are now on their way to the big leagues of construction.
Anyone who complains schools aren’t doing enough to promote careers in construction hasn’t peeked into one of Craig Griffie’s classes at Brown Deer High School.
A lawsuit over a $2.3 million street and landscaping project in Brown Deer might reach the Wisconsin Supreme Court even though construction is almost finished.
The village of Brown Deer is seeking confirmation from the Wisconsin Court of Appeals that a reconstruction project on five roads is legal.
Work on storm sewers, curbs and gutters for a Brown Deer street reconstruction project is expected to begin next week.
The village of Brown Deer awarded Stark Asphalt Service Inc., Milwaukee, a nearly $2.4 million contract for a street project that a lawsuit put on hold for more than a year.
A judge’s ruling will let Brown Deer revive a multimillion-dollar street renovation project that had been tied up in a lawsuit with angry property owners for more than a year.
Brown Deer took three steps Wednesday toward prevailing in a land dispute with a group of property owners but still faces one stumbling block: the 8700 block of North Deerwood Drive.
A group of Brown Deer residents and the village are expecting a judge’s ruling soon in a dispute over who owns roads targeted for a renovation project.
Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Rick Sankovitz will hear arguments Monday on whether the village of Brown Deer should be compelled to use eminent domain in a land dispute with 12 property owners.
Village planners in Brown Deer are worried state grants for a multimillion-dollar project could be lost in the delay caused by a lawsuit against residents over ownership of roads.
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