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To divide or not to divide: Sewerage district searches for flooding answers

By Marie Rohde The spokesman for the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District on Thursday acknowledged it might not have been a good idea to cement shut overflow points that once let sewage into waterways during major storms. “Those are relief valves,” ...

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2 billion gallons of sewage, flood water dumped in storm’s aftermath

MILWAUKEE (AP) — A report to state environmental officials says more than 2 billion gallons of untreated sewage and storm water were dumped into Lake Michigan and Milwaukee area rivers during the recent storms. The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District’s report ...

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Milwaukee searches for flood relief

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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Kraemer & Sons low bidder for Hoan Bridge project (UPDATE)

By Joe Yovino One of Milwaukee’s landmark bridges is one step closer to getting a facelift. Hoan Bridge Under Deck Netting, B-40-400, I-794, Pavement Marking and Under Deck Netting (No. 20) Edward Kraemer & Sons Inc., Plain, submitted the low ...

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