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Innovation Park payment extension could stall Milwaukee-area projects (UPDATE)

By Joe Lanane Development could trump $5 million in maintenance projects if Milwaukee County agrees to delay payment on a $13.55 million land sale. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Real Estate Foundation is seeking a two-year deadline extension on its second ...

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Philanthropist pushes lakefront public museum (access required)

By Joe Lanane The O’Donnell Park garage should be razed and replaced by a new Milwaukee Public Museum and parking structure, according to philanthropist Michael Cudahy. “O’Donnell Park is a piece of garbage, and it’s been trouble ever since it’s ...

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Lawyer in O’Donnell lawsuit: ‘Many people had knowledge of the shoddy construction’ (UPDATE)

By Joe Lanane A wrongful death lawsuit was filed Wednesday stemming from a June 24 incident at the Milwaukee County-owned O’Donnell Park parking garage in which a concrete panel collapsed, killing 15-year-old Jared Kellner and injuring two others. The victim’s ...

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Engineers wrestle with O’Donnell conflicts (access required)

By Joe Lanane Steve Roloff, expert witness, could trump Steve Roloff, chief operating officer, when weighing whether his engineering firm has a chance to work on the O’Donnell Park parking structure. Roloff, COO of Madison-based Arnold & O’Sheridan Inc., said ...

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O’Donnell Park garage to be repaired, scheduled to reopen in July

Milwaukee County has decided it will repair and reopen the O’Donnell Park parking garage by July. • Request for Proposals for Professional Consulting Services to Assure Contract Compliance and Provide Quality Assurance for the O’Donnell Park Parking Structure Improvements, Milwaukee, ...

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O’Donnell partial facade collapse moving into legal phase

By Joe Lanane

staff writer

On Thursday, the Milwaukee County Judiciary, Safety and General Services committee will consider hiring legal representation if/when lawsuits are filed stemming from the June 24 accident in which a 34-foot piece of facade collapsed and killed a 15-year-old boy and seriously injured two others.

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