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Architects list survives library project changes

Paul Snyder paul.snyder@dailyreporter.com Madison is sticking to its shortlist of design teams for the reconstruction of Central Library even though the project has changed and other architects have expressed interest. “Knowing now what the plan is, I think the city ...

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Downtown businesses fight for new Madison library (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder Madison’s downtown business community is not ready to give up on the development opportunities tied to construction of a new central library. If the city and The Fiore Cos. Inc., Madison, had reached a development deal, the ...

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Madison alderman seeks commitment to library renovation (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder A Madison alderman’s proposal to change wording in the city budget would officially kill any chance for construction of a new central library this year. Alderman Mark Clear said he plans to introduce at the Common Council’s ...

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Madison construction unions back library renovation (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder Madison-area construction unions are lining up behind Mayor Dave Cieslewicz’s push to renovate the city’s central library. But some groups are not sold on the plan. “Unemployment’s at 20 percent in our local alone,” said Dave Boetcher, ...

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Madison Central Library project stalls (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder Haggling over the best project delivery for a new Central Library in Madison threatens the 2010 construction start date and the team that assembled the proposal. “At this point, we’re kind of treading water,” said Michael May, ...

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Final budget amendments pitched by Madison Common Council

By Paul Snyder paul.snyder@dailyreporter.com Madison Common Council members on Thursday added 13 amendments to the city’s capital budget, aimed at decreasing some of the city’s spending next year. Amendments include another attempt to knock out the $16 million in tax ...

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