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Draft master plan for nine DNR properties within Northern Kettle Moraine Region Wildlife, Fishery...
The draft master plan for nine wildlife, fishery and natural area properties located within the Northern Kettle Moraine Region Wildlife, Fishery and Natural Area Planning Group will be presented to the Natural Resources Board for consideration and approval at its Aug. 12 meeting in Horicon, Wis
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind (D-WI) and U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) introduced the bipartisan Federal Land Asset Inventory Reform (FLAIR) Act. The bill requires the Department of Interior (DOI) to increase transparency and efficiency by conducting an inventory of its federal property holdings and integrating the findings into one database that can track and manage property.
The Department of Natural Resources is offering five state-owned parcels of land for public sale beginning July 16, 2015. In June 2014, the Natural Resources Board approved 22 department-owned properties totaling approximately 1,400 acres for public sale. Of these 22 parcels, 15 were land-locked with no legal access from a road and marketed to adjoining landowners.
The public has an opportunity to review and provide comments on a draft master plan for three wildlife area properties in Burnett County at an upcoming open house meeting, or comment by mail, or online. Topics addressed in the master plan include management objectives for recreation and resource protection.
Some owners will get a check for their unclaimed property, while others with larger property value amounts will get a letter with information about how to file a claim.
Hunt Mortgage Group, a commercial real estate lender, announced today that it has provided a $3.37 million Fannie Mae loan facility to refinance Prairie View Apartments, a 56-unit multifamily property, located at 1300, 1350, 1365, and 1435 Cody Parkway, in Platteville, WI.
Hunt Mortgage Group, a commercial real estate lender, announced today that it has provided Fannie Mae loan facilities to refinance two properties located in Wisconsin. The properties include:
The Wisconsin Department of Justice Obtains Judgment Against Florida Resident for Fraudulent Marketing of...
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen has announced that his office has obtained a judgment ordering the seller of attic insulation to Wisconsin homeowners to pay a total of $215,560.85 for violations of state consumer protection laws. The lawsuit, filed in Fond du Lac County Circuit Court in 2013, alleged that Mark Stitt, currently a resident of Panama City, Florida, through his business ES Technology, used fraudulent representations to sell an attic insulation product called ProGuard AB to Wisconsin homeowners, a number of whom were elderly
On May 9, 2013, Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) introduced H.R. 1944, the Private Property Rights Protection Act, which would prevent the federal government or any authority of the federal government from using economic development as a justification for exercising its power of eminent domain. This bill would also discourage states and localities from abusing their eminent domain power by denying states or localities that commit such abuse all federal economic development funds for a period of two years. Today, it passed in the House of Representatives 353-65
Lee & Associates, one of the largest broker-owned commercial real estate firms in the country, has announced that Steve Doran, principal in the Madison, Wis. office, has been designated as a Certified Retail Property Executive (CRX), the highest designation given by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)