A Milwaukee alderman, fed up with the dispute over who will pay to move utility lines for a downtown streetcar project, wants to charge those companies rent for occupying city property.Read More »
By James Briggs A $15.4 million, 122-unit apartment development proposed for Milwaukee’s east side includes a billboard atop the roof. It’s the first time city officials can recall agreeing to allow a billboard on an apartment building. “And let’s hope ...Read More »
A proposed bike and pedestrian path isn't the only big-ticket item Milwaukee city officials want included in the Hoan Bridge reconstruction.Read More »
A trio of local officials Wednesday selected a south side Milwaukee park-and-ride lot to announce their request that Congress pull money from the city's planned streetcar project.
Tagged with: Bob Donovan Chris Abele Federal Transit Administration FTA Gwen Moore high-speed rail Joe Dudzik Mark Borkowski Milwaukee County Transit System Nik Kovac PSC Public Service Commission Rail Robert Bauman Scott Walker streetcar Tom BarrettRead More »
Alderman Robert Bauman on Tuesday failed for the second time to persuade his colleagues to extend -- rather than rescind -- Harley-Davidson Inc.'s obligation to build a 100,000-square-foot office building in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley.Read More »
By James Briggs Three developers are vying to replace the Milwaukee Public Library’s 43-year-old, one-story East Library. Stone House Development Inc. and Gorman & Co. Inc., both of Madison, as well as Waukesha-based HSI Properties LLC each responded to a ...Read More »
By James Briggs The city of Milwaukee has agreed to endorse a private insurance company in exchange for money. As a result, Pennsylvania-based Utility Service Partners Inc. can use the city‘s logo in direct-mail marketing pitches to city residents, despite ...Read More »