By Bill Clements Special to The Daily Reporter Milwaukee could lose to demolition hundreds of houses if damaging mold infects them as a result of flooding from the recent heavy rains. Vacant houses, of which Milwaukee has between 5,000 and ...Read More »
By Bill Clements Special to The Daily Reporter Two major rainstorms and thousands of basement floods have prompted a search in Milwaukee for the best ways to protect the city from more damage. Milwaukee Alderman Jim Bohl said, for instance, ...
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By Caley Clinton Two sewer contractors lost appeals Wednesday to overturn a project award based on Milwaukee’s local preference law. American Sewer Services Inc., Rubicon, and United Sewer & Water Inc., Menomonee Falls, filed appeals last week protesting the Milwaukee ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan Milwaukee on Monday rejected D.C. Burbach Inc.’s appeal of a contract awarded according to the city’s local preference, the fourth time the law withstood such a challenge. The ruling was enough for Peter Burbach, president of the ...Read More »