A new report shows more Wisconsin communities are imposing wheel taxes to help fund road repairs.
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Oak Creek's growing pains threaten to become only worse following Milwaukee County officials' decision this week to not set aside money in the county's 2018 budget for various improvements to a busy commercial corridor.Read More »
The Milwaukee County Board has approved a budget plan for 2018 that would keep the local wheel tax at $30 a year per vehicle, again putting the board at odds with County Executive Chris Abele. County supervisors used a meeting on Monday to ...Read More »
An amendment to Milwaukee County’s 2018 proposed budget would eliminate a handful of road projects at the expense of scrapping a controversial $30 increase to the county’s wheel tax. County Board Chairman Theo Lipscomb on Tuesday morning announced he was proposing a ...Read More »
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele said on Wednesday that a defeated referendum testing the public's support for a $60-a-year wheel tax should show state lawmakers that local governments simply can't be left to fend for themselves when they need more money for their transportation budgets.Read More »