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OSHA reports • Alberto Miranda Roofing, Hereford, Texas, must pay a $3,600 head-protection citation, a $3,600 eye-and-face-protection citation, a $4,200 fall-protection citation, a $4,200 fall-protection-training citation and a $4,200 ladders citation because the period to contest the violations has ended. ...
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OSHA reports • Robert’s Roofing & Siding Inc., Milwaukee, must pay a $1,800 head-protection citation and a $3,000 fall-protection citation because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations April 13 during a roofing ...
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By James Briggs Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt in recent months dropped several tantalizing references to a major construction project he wanted in his city. Barely containing his excitement, the Republican mayor stopped short of describing the development. “Call me ...Read More »
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — An alternative energy plant is being proposed for Green Bay that would turn trash into electricity. Oneida Seven Generations has been searching several months for a home for its biomass plant, which would generate electricity ...Read More »
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A replica of Elvis Presley’s favorite roller coaster will open this weekend at a Green Bay amusement park. After nine months of construction, the Zippin Pippin is ready to roll at Bay Beach Amusement Park. ...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 TODD RICHMOND Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — When the race for Green Bay mayor began months ago, the main issues looked clear-cut: planning downtown development, dealing with dwindling state aid and debating whether the city should have spent ...Read More »