Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Tag Archives: Dane County Circuit Court

Lawsuit could delay Edgewater redevelopment

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 ...

Read More »

Court ruling clouds Capital Area Regional Planning Commission’s future

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 »

Contractors deal with renewed prevailing wage law

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 ...

Read More »

Judge dismisses ABC’s prevailing wage case

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 »

Prevailing wage reporting change catches heat (UPDATE)

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 »