Not even a year into a revision of state rules governing everything from erosion control to barbering, a Republican lawmaker said he is running into opposition from his own party.
Long Lake has lost its shoreline. Dock after dock dead-ends in the weeds. This small lake in the Central Sands of Wisconsin looks more like an unmowed lawn with a pond in the middle than a place where families used to water ski and fish. The lake used to be as much as 12 feet deep. Now it is closer to 3 feet.
To reduce borrowing in the state budget, Republicans might delay financing a new home for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and refrain from buying two university residence halls.
Dane County is in danger of losing authority that for almost 11 years has let it tailor its erosion-control standards to protect resources such as lakes Mendota and Monona and trout streams.
The potential merger of the state’s main licensing agency and consumer protection department could fulfill remodeling contractor Abe Degnan’s wish to no longer serve two masters.
The state's Department of Natural Resources would issue statewide standards for erosion control at construction projects that disturb more than acre of land under a motion passed by the state’s Joint Finance Committee on Thursday.
By James Briggs County officials on Thursday lauded lawmakers for killing a provision that would have forced counties to use private contractors for roadwork. The state budget provision, which had […]
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