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Baraboo looking for other ways to take the ‘LEED’ in energy efficiency

By Jan Basina It seems these days everyone and his uncle is rushing to construct energy-efficient buildings, specifically those with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design stamp of approval. Everyone, that is, except the city of Baraboo. Recently, Baraboo ...

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Baraboo looking for other ways to take the ‘LEED’ in energy efficiency

By Jan Basina It seems these days everyone and his uncle is rushing to construct energy-efficient buildings, specifically those with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design stamp of approval. Everyone, that is, except the city of Baraboo. Recently, Baraboo ...

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Doyle vetoes bill to promote green buildings (UPDATE)

Darryl Enriquez and Sean Ryan A bill that would have applied green building standards to public projects died Wednesday when Gov. Jim Doyle vetoed the proposal. State Rep. Louis Molepske Jr., D-Stevens Point, chided members of Doyle’s administration for not ...

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Green building bill still draws questions

By Paul Snyder A bill that would mandate green building standards for public projects still faces resistance despite clearing the state Senate and Assembly. The bill‘s sponsor, state Rep. Louis Molepske Jr., D-Stevens Point, said Monday he is discussing the ...

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