The $400,000 to be paid by developer Urban Land Interests and builder J.H. Findorff & Son is partly a settlement of a fine and partly a gift to help the city better support small, minority and women-owned businesses.
The move could save roughly $190 million over 50 years, Treasurer Matt Adamczyk estimated, though that figure doesn’t include maintenance costs.
The State Assembly has passed a bill barring local municipalities, including the city of Madison, from regulating taxicab businesses, instead …
One bill would prohibit systematic building inspections for rental properties and make such inspections complaint based.
Local government officials are concerned about a Republican proposal that would limit their ability to regulate workplace issues.
A resolution making its way through various city committees would establish the city’s commitment to crafting parameters for legislation creating a regional transit authority.
I doubt democracy was the only -- or even the most important -- motivation.
A series of actions in the Joint Finance Committee's last-minute Motion #999 specifically impact Dane County.
The proposal would wipe out weekend balloting options, while allowing municipalities to choose from two options on weekdays leading up to an election.
Walker vetoed one provision considered friendly to the outdoor advertising industry but left the tax change.