Suburban News Roundup
Featured Photo Wauwatosa's State Street Station project sent back to committee
Following a tie-breaking vote, preliminary plans for the multi-story State Street Station development proposed for the 7400 block of State Street will return to Wauwatosa's Community Development Committee in January for discussion on possibly modifying the proposal from five to four stories.
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Site of former Kmart in Waukesha on Sunset Drive will be redeveloped
After three years of sitting vacant, the site of the former Kmart in Waukesha will get a massive makeover as the common council approved final plans for a redevelopment project.
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Featured Photo Ask Now: Does Brookfield have the third-largest tax base in the state?
One of my friends made the remark in a conversation that having a large tax base isn't always a good thing. Is this true?
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Featured Photo Antique apple growers ask to plant at New Berlin Historic Park
The replanted orchard would recreate an orchard that was once part of an original New Berlin farm.
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Germantown Village Board to go paperless
The Village of Germantown Board will soon go paperless for its meeting packets after a request was unanimously approved during a meeting on Monday, Dec. 15.
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Mequon-Thiensville residents will vote on $18.2 million referendum proposal
Mequon — Residents in the Mequon-Thiensville School District will weigh in on a $18.2 million facilities referendum in the spring election.
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Oak Creek accepts ownership of former EPEC, Du Pont lakefront land
The city accepted ownership of 98 acres of lakefront land, known as Lake Vista, from E.I. Du Pont de Nemours and EPEC Polymers, Inc. as of Friday, Dec. 5.
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Pawn shop ordinance would help Hales Corners Police Department identify sale of stolen goods
A pawn shop ordinance would help the Hales Corners Police Department identify the sale of stolen goods through a new computer system, if approved by Village board members in January.
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