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Madison’s Edgewater project survives tuneup for final vote (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder The Edgewater Hotel redevelopment scored a split in a city panel double-header Monday night and Tuesday morning, setting the project up for a final stand before Madison’s Common Council. “We got a boost of momentum,” said Bob ...

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After marathon session, Madison Common Council kills Edgewater plans (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder The Hammes Co.’s estimated $93 million redevelopment of the Edgewater Hotel in Madison is dead. After nearly 11 hours of debate, the 20-member Madison Common Council early Wednesday morning fell two votes shy of the 14 needed ...

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Madison commission faces power outage (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder Madison created and empowered its Landmarks Commission in the wake of a controversial construction project 38 years ago. Another controversial project might prompt the city to take that power away. Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz said he wants ...

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