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Madison’s Central Park stuck at crossroads (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder Madison’s only Central Park development plan hinges on the state letting the city open a pedestrian crossing over the railroad at Few Street. At the same time, Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Co., which operates the railroad, is ...

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Edgewater still riding Madison merry-go-round

By Paul Snyder The Madison Common Council will not cast its final vote on the Edgewater Hotel redevelopment Tuesday. It might happen in March or April, said Alderman Mark Clear, but the project still lacks approvals from the city’s Urban ...

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Edgewater project scores small victory

A revised rendering shows the proposed Edgewater Hotel redevelopment from Lake Mendota. Madison’s Plan Commission has voted to change the city’s zoning ordinance to allow the proposed Edgewater addition to have the same setback as the original structure. (Renderings courtesy ...

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Proposed zoning changes stoke fires of Edgewater debate (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder Two proposed zoning amendments in Madison would remove roadblocks to the proposed Edgewater Hotel redevelopment and knock down restrictions on future lakefront projects. “I hope it’s a movement toward rationality and wanting to make things happen,” said ...

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