A bill that would expand the uses of tax-increment financing in towns, an economics professor says, would offer a predictable conclusion to a long-evident withering of government restraint.Read More »
A bill moving quickly through the Legislature would complicate the accounting for a Milwaukee policy that increases residents’ chances of working on local public works projects, a city official said.Read More »
The biggest battle might be waiting at home for a Wisconsin road builders group leading the charge for Congressional approval of interstate highway tolls.
Tagged with: Dan Thompson Federal Highway Administration FHA League of Wisconsin Municipalities Pat Goss toll road Transportation Development Association of Wisconsin Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association WTBARead More »
By Paul Snyder Local governments facing a grim future of postponed roadwork and delayed capital projects are hailing a bill that would force the state to return more money. But standing between the bill’s proposal and passage is the equally ...Read More »
Sean Ryan and Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com The Wisconsin Legislature now is involved in an ongoing battle over whether the state’s prevailing wage rules should apply to municipal turnkey projects. The Assembly Committee on Labor soon will review a bill ...
Tagged with: Associated Builders & Contractors of Wisconsin Inc. Construction Business Group Dan Thompson International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139 John Mielke League of Wisconsin Municipalities Mark Gottlieb prevailing wage Robb Kahl Wisconsin Department of Workforce DevelopmentRead More »