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Friday Photos: Michels Corp. Begins Work on River One
Friday Photos

Michels Corp. Begins Work on River One

Piles being driven for $49 million first phase of Harbor District project on KK River.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Huge Michels Deal Gets No Direct Subsidy
Eyes on Milwaukee

Huge Michels Deal Gets No Direct Subsidy

Company and 250 jobs moving to city, in new 8-floor complex. City helps finance riverwalk.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Michels Deal Gets Bigger, Subsidy Smaller
Eyes on Milwaukee

Michels Deal Gets Bigger, Subsidy Smaller

$100 million Harbor District project gets even bigger, but lower subsidy has a down side for workers.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Michels Groundbreaking Coming Soon
Eyes on Milwaukee

Michels Groundbreaking Coming Soon

Company lining up permits for $100 million project to break ground by year's end.

Brad Schimel’s Pipeline to Campaign Cash
Press Release

Brad Schimel’s Pipeline to Campaign Cash

Nearly 40 Percent of August Contributions From Individuals to Attorney General’s Campaign Came from Michels Construction Family

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Advances $8.1 Million TIF for Michels
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Advances $8.1 Million TIF for Michels

Stunning $100 million project along KK River could bring 800 jobs to Harbor District.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Why the Historic Pumping Station Was Demolished
Eyes on Milwaukee

Why the Historic Pumping Station Was Demolished

Could Michels have saved the building and incorporated it into its $100 million plan?

Campaign Cash: Road Companies Give $221,200 to Walker
Campaign Cash

Road Companies Give $221,200 to Walker

9 of 15 companies just picked to rebuild I-94 donate to governor’s campaign.

Campaign Cash: Screnock Outspending Dallet in Court Race
Campaign Cash

Screnock Outspending Dallet in Court Race

Together two candidates’ campaigns spending $1.2 million

The Roundup: Mequon Turns Voter Away
The Roundup

Mequon Turns Voter Away

The City of Mequon told a local man who tried to register and vote at City Hall last week that he was “too late.”

The Roundup: Drink for Free
The Roundup

Drink for Free

One of the joys of electoral politics is that the polls eventually close on election day and then it is up to us to flock to the parties.

The Roundup: A Chance to Speak Up for North Ave
The Roundup

A Chance to Speak Up for North Ave

"The Bronzeville project is one of the most important ventures ever planned for the 6th Aldermanic District, and I believe that it can be a dynamic, credible, and viable venue for the community."

The Roundup: Selig Take A Hit
The Roundup

Selig Take A Hit

Washington Post Trashes Commissioner and Journal Communications. Plus: The Mea Culpa of Charles J. Sykes and Thompson’s Boycott of Miller Park.

The Roundup: Art Jones Pension better than $100K per year
The Roundup

Art Jones Pension better than $100K per year

Two other Mayoral candidates eligible soon