By Paul Snyder
Madison often plays into the stereotype of a city that is a far-left commune where no idea is too far out to at least try. I have a whole rolodex of developers that would argue the point.Read More »
OSHA reports • Stickney Excavating LLC, Tomah, must pay a $525 requirements-for-excavation-protective-systems citation because the period to contest the violation has ended. The company was issued the citation April 23 during an excavation job at 500 E. Veterans St., Tomah. ...
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By Paul Snyder Madison developers and residents cannot agree on a predictable way to approve projects even though that is what the city’s mayor is demanding. Curt Brink, a Madison developer, said developers need to know they can propose a ...Read More »
By ??Paul Snyder The Madison Common Council on Tuesday lifted a 50 percent pre-lease requirement to provide a construction loan for a proposed business incubator. The council’s action allows planning to proceed for BioLink, a 31,000-square-foot project that will hold ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder High-speed rail advocates are racing the state’s gubernatorial election cycle to line up support for an expanded track network to Green Bay and Minneapolis. “This is not a done deal,” said Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz at a ...
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By Paul Snyder The loss of five trees on Spaight Street that were damaged during a construction project prompted a Madison alderwoman to propose an ordinance fining contractors for arbor damage. Alderwoman Marsha Rummel said she could not remember the ...Read More »