C.W. Purpero Inc.'s Jim Evans uses a backhoe Oct. 4 to pick apart a concrete beam during the demolition of the parking structure at 601 W. Wells St., Milwaukee.
The city of Milwaukee and the owners of a vacant downtown parking garage have agreed to drop contempt motions and further settle portions of a lawsuit, according to court documents.
C.W. Purpero Inc. will begin demolition of a parking garage in downtown Milwaukee on Monday, after months of litigation between the city and the structure’s owner.
Milwaukee city attorneys are pursuing a second set of contempt charges against the owner of a downtown parking garage.
A judge Friday found the owner of a downtown Milwaukee parking garage in contempt of court, and the ruling could cost the company as much as $2,000 per day.
Apparently, Milwaukee and a Texas company are engaged in a hostage situation.
A Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge will decide by the end of week whether to sanction the owners of a dilapidated downtown parking garage, which could cost the company thousands of dollars.
Milwaukee's Department of Neighborhood Services is losing patience with the owner of a downtown parking garage, which includes a ground-floor auto repair shop.
By Marie Rohde Milwaukee officials closed the garage at 601 W. Wells St. on Friday after months of warning the building owners that safety repairs needed to be made. “We […]
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