Some Afghan refugees may settle in and around Racine, but they need sponsors to support them.
"Hotels present a much more practical, feasible opportunity for conversion to residential than most other building types."
“I have been beaten, stabbed, left for dead on multiple occasions,” said Karissa Schaper, a homeless woman who seeks refuge at the center in Downtown Madison. The club has helped her get "stronger and stronger."
A home assessed at $285,000 would see a drop of about $12 in county property taxes, to $843.
Carbon, a 90-unit mixed-income apartment complex, is the second phase of the Union Corners development along East Washington Avenue.
The proposed Union Corners Grandfamily project is aimed at grandparents raising grandchildren and extended family members raising other family members' children.
Trump's order will affect hundreds of refugees who local resettlement agencies would have brought to Wisconsin over the next 120 days.
What immigrant, gay, adoptive and traditional families all have in common is a basic social building block: parents raising their own children.
Dane County residents have stepped up to fund a project at a Downtown Madison day center for the homeless.
The City Council approved rezoning for the North Side complex, but developers still need a conditional use permit ahead of a Jan. 31 application deadline for state low-income housing tax credits.
To buy a condo in a building next door to a site that's long been eyed for redevelopment and then to stamp and shout when that redevelopment comes along brings to mind that old saying: "buyer beware."
Who are the Bhutanese refugees and why are they in Madison?