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Mar 4, 2011

Officials back off $7.5 million cleanup estimate for Capitol

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin officials now say the cost to repair damage at the state Capitol could be as low as $350,000. Department of Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch said […]

Mar 3, 2011

Judge orders protesters out of Capitol

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 […]

Mar 3, 2011

Judge nearly orders protesters out of Capitol

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 […]

Dec 14, 2010

With train leaving station, what’s next for Madison?

By James Briggs As the city of Madison plans the next 20-plus years of downtown development, a glaring inaccuracy now exists in a document making its way through city committees. […]

Dec 3, 2010

EPA to investigate 15 Wis. power plants

By SCOTT BAUER Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency notified the state of Wisconsin this week that it was starting an investigation into 15 publically […]

Nov 16, 2010

UW official: Biomass project means jobs

By James Briggs Engineer, Procure, Construct (EPC) Contractor Services for Charter Street Heating Plant Rebuild, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Dane County A University of Wisconsin official warns that an initiative […]

Oct 20, 2010

UW-Platteville project lands single-prime waiver (UPDATE)

By James Briggs The state Building Commission on Wednesday acknowledged it has lacked consistency in overseeing a state contracting law. But any fix to the panel’s review process will be […]

Jul 29, 2010

O’Donnell investigation stays in county

Three Milwaukee County supervisors on Thursday failed to force a public debate over whether there should be an independent investigation of the O'Donnell Park parking structure collapse.

Jun 30, 2010

Builders want debarment details from state

By Paul Snyder Industry associations are withholding support for proposed contractor debarment rules until the state can prove it will not unfairly prevent companies from bidding on jobs. The threat […]

Jun 7, 2010

View from around the state: Saving energy requires flexibility

A green buildings bill recently vetoed by Gov. Jim Doyle is the latest example of well-intended environmental efforts getting ahead of themselves. Doyle’s veto killed Senate Bill 616, which would […]

Mar 3, 2010

Doyle signs bill to require contract work in U.S.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Jim Doyle has approved a law that will require state agencies to make sure their contractors are performing the work in the United States, with […]

Dec 17, 2009

Sen. Risser bids adieu to Building Commission

By Paul Snyder State Building Commission members and Department of Administration staff on Wednesday celebrated the 51 years of commission service by state Sen. Fred Risser, D-Madison. With Gov. Jim […]


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