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Northbrook, IL - September 8, 2016 - (RealEstateRama) -- The Boulder Group, a net leased investment brokerage firm, has completed the sale of a...
Interim plans guiding the management of forest resources on two state-owned properties are now available for review and comment through August 24, 2016. The interim plans will guide forest management on the properties until formal master plans are completed
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is planning to conduct prescribed burning on a number of DNR properties in southern Wisconsin this spring if appropriate weather conditions exist.
Rep. David Steffen (R-Howard) was joined by members of local law enforcement in supporting a bill that aims to make counties whole for costs incurred while housing state prisoners in county jails. Currently, state prisoners who have violated conditions of their probation, parole, or extended supervision can be housed in county jails while they await revocation proceedings. These are commonly known as probation and parole holds
The treatment plant was constructed in 1977-78, and most of the equipment is in need of replacement or rehabilitation. In addition, downstream from the treatment plant outfall is karst topography, consisting of crevices in the streambed through which streamflow rapidly infiltrates and reaches the groundwater.
Village of Randolph seeks approval for wastewater treatment plant improvements, public comments welcomed
The village of Randolph has requested approval from the Department of Natural Resources for construction of improvements to its wastewater treatment plant. The treatment plant was constructed in 1983 and although the plant has sufficient capacity to serve the village for the next 20 years, much of the equipment is in need of replacement or rehabilitation.
Comprehensive effort would support local efforts to revive waterfronts along the Great Lakes, oceans, rivers and lakes to promote economic, ecosystem and community resiliency
Earlier today the State Building Commission approved a $624 million capital budget. “While I appreciate the Governor’s desire to have no new borrowing due to our financial situation in Wisconsin, I do have serious concerns that by not making adequate investments in our buildings and infrastructure, we’ll end up having to pay significantly more for projects in the future.”