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Consultant wants payback for rail idea

By Paul Snyder An out-of-work consultant, bored and desperate for a paycheck, is behind using Yahara Station as a connection between commuter and high-speed rail in Madison. The boredom is gone, and irritation over not getting paid is replacing Barry ...

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Industry groups start drive for diesel rules (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder Fearing a diesel emissions crackdown that could cripple construction company budgets, industry groups want new rules approved before the state has a chance to study the issue. The Wisconsin Clean Diesel Coalition — with the Associated General ...

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Lawsuit could doom regional planning commission

By Paul Snyder Development fights killed one Dane County regional planning group, and the village of Mazomanie is sharpening the blade for another’s execution. “They’ve got to learn to work with us,” Lowell Holcomb, Mazomanie’s village president, said of the ...

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Planners: Too soon for a rail referendum (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder Regional planners oppose a Dane County vote that would dictate whether they can consider commuter rail when outlining transit strategies. “If commuter rail is such a good idea,” said Dane County Supervisor Eileen Bruskewitz, “then why are ...

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