By Derek Kravitz Associated Press Washington — The Obama administration could turn thousands of government-owned foreclosures into rental properties to help boost falling home prices. The Federal Housing Finance Agency said it was seeking input from investors on how to ...Read More »
Wisconsin is getting federal money for construction projects due to a grant from the Federal Highway Administration’s National Scenic Byway Program. More than $2.4 million in federal money will go toward two projects along the Great River Road National Scenic ...Read More »
By James Briggs Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to convert U.S. Highway 41 between Milwaukee and Green Bay into an interstate is not so much a grand new vision as it is a public acknowledgment of work that has been under ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan Road paint shipments to Wisconsin are at a slow drip, leaving the state with few options but to approve a new type of material for limited use. The shortage of paint is affecting areas such as Trempealeau ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan email@example.com Stepping into the void left by gun-shy private lenders could be the best way for Milwaukee to brighten its development horizon. The first step came with the city’s decision to give a $9.3 million loan to ...
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The Federal Highway Administration on Wednesday will unveil its decision on the recertification of the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission. The federal agency reviews the performances of regional planning commissions every three years for compliance with transportation planning standards. Transportation ...Read More »
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Housing Administration is proposing stricter rules for lenders to reduce its risk and insure it can cover future losses. The agency proposes to require lenders to have a net worth of at least $1 million ...Read More »