Humanities is the second building this month in which UW-Madison officials asked employees who work there to leave and ordered repairs because of safety concerns.
UW-Madison aims to demolish the Humanities Building by 2030. The building's been a maintenance headache for half a century.
If the campus' planners have their way, the Humanities Building, Van Hise Hall and other UW buildings could face the wrecking ball in the not-too-distant future.
The data set offers a baseline to use as the district and city work to close the digital divide.
The projects would be funded by issuing general obligation school bonds, and would affect taxpayers owning a $237,000 home by about $62.95
Construction equipment and materials litter the section of road known as "old" University Avenue, while crews and sandwich-board type signs direct motorists who venture down this stretch that parallels Campus Drive to area businesses — some of which are hurting for customers.