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County picks steel panels for O’Donnell Park (UPDATE)

By Jack Zemlicka Milwaukee County is sticking with steel panels for the facade work on the O’Donnell Park parking garage despite the objections of incoming County Executive Chris Abele. Abele spokesperson Brandon Lorenz confirmed Abele opposed a steel facade replacing ...

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New facade bids on tap for O’Donnell

By Jack Zemlicka • O’Donnell Park Parking Structure Repairs, Project No. O114-11416, 910 E. Michigan St., Milwaukee • O’Donnell Park Parking Structure Improvements, Project No. O114-11415-2, 910 E. Michigan St., Milwaukee • AWARDED: O’Donnell Park Parking Structure Facade Removal, Project ...

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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

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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Engineers wrestle with O’Donnell conflicts

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 investigation stays in county

Three Milwaukee County supervisors on Thursday failed to force a public debate over whether there should be an independent investigation of the O'Donnell Park parking structure collapse.

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Overstimulated cities return road money

By Sean Ryan Low bids for local road projects are reversing the flow of stimulus payments as cities and counties kick surplus federal money back to the state. “I don’t know what they’re going to be doing with that money ...

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