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Pipe dream? Milwaukee considers steps to insure future (access required)

By James Briggs Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett is considering whether to grant market dominance to a private insurance company in exchange for a portion of profit. An agreement approved Wednesday by the Milwaukee Common Council would let Utility Service Partners ...

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Milwaukee Marriott hotel developer considers appeal of panel ruling (UPDATE) (access required)

By Marie Rohde The developer of a proposed $50 million hotel in downtown Milwaukee is weighing an appeal of a city commission’s decision to require preservation of the facades of some buildings to be razed for the project. The developer, ...

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Milwaukee panel delays downtown Marriott hearing (access required)

By Marie Rohde The Milwaukee Historic Preservation Commission put off until Dec. 13 a public hearing on a proposal to raze five buildings to make way for a full-service Marriott Hotel at East Wisconsin Avenue and Milwaukee Street. The delay ...

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Marriott developer, Milwaukee alderman dispute facade claim (access required)

By Marie Rohde Milwaukee Alderman Robert Bauman hotly disputed a Marriott Hotel developer’s claim that the city rejected plans for a historically sensitive facade restoration of two buildings the developer now wants to raze. A spokesman for the developer, Jackson ...

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