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Why Miller Park’s Tax Never Ends

Perhaps because the stadium’s public board cares more about the team than taxpayers.

By - Apr 12th, 2016 12:17 pm
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Perhaps because the stadium’s public board cares more about the team than taxpayers. Back to the full article.

NeighborWorks America President and CEO Paul Weech, Associated Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Christopher Piotrowski, and Housing Resources, Inc. Executive Director Trena Bond at the Housing Resources, Inc. “Breakfast with Champions” event

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NeighborWorks America President and CEO Paul Weech, Associated Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Christopher Piotrowski, and Housing Resources, Inc. Executive Director Trena Bond at the Housing Resources, Inc. “Breakfast with Champions” event. Photo courtesy of Housing Resources, Inc.

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