Kent Carnell ventured into construction law by accident.Read More »
By DAVID A. LIEB Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin judge ordered the removal Thursday night of pro-union protesters who have camped out in the state Capitol for more than two weeks, but he also ruled that the ...Read More »
By TODD RICHMOND Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A judge weighing whether state officials overstepped their bounds by restricting protesters’ access to the state Capitol nearly ordered all the demonstrators out on moments’ notice Wednesday evening before state and ...Read More »
By Scott Carlson Special to the Daily Reporter A state agency will comply with a court order to review a controversial, 200-acre development proposed for the village of Mazomanie. The state Department of Natural Resources chose not to appeal Dane ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Madison’s Common Council president is blasting a lawsuit challenging the city’s approval of the proposed Edgewater Hotel redevelopment. “It’s a case that’s very unlikely to succeed, but even then, it wouldn’t surprise me if there was an ...
Tagged with: Bob Dunn Breitlow Building and Construction Trades Council of South Central Wisconsin Dane County Circuit Court Edgewater Edgewater Hotel Hammes Co. Madison Common Council Madison Landmarks Commission Madison Urban Design Commission Mansion Hill Historic District Mark Clear Mohs redevelopment VerveerRead More »
By Paul Snyder A circuit court’s order that the state review a 200-acre development proposed for Mazomanie may put a regional planning commission in jeopardy. “I think it’s fair to say our future is up in the air at this ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Nonunion contractors either are scrambling to prepare monthly and, in some cases, overdue state prevailing wage reports or congratulating themselves for following the correct hunch. Steven Janke, president of Athens-based Janke General Contractors Inc., said he continued ...
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By Paul Snyder The state’s prevailing wage reporting requirements that were on hold while a judge considered a request for an injunction are back in effect. Dane County Circuit Court Judge John Markson Thursday denied the request for an injunction ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder The owners of a Madison bar Tuesday dropped a lawsuit filed against the state for using eminent domain to acquire their property for a construction project. The trial was scheduled to begin Wednesday in Dane County Circuit ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Construction companies in Wisconsin are not convinced a revised prevailing wage reporting spreadsheet from the state will make their jobs any easier. The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has pared down what had been a 50-field spreadsheet ...Read More »