Posts Tagged "Wisconsin"

Plan to catch Warhola Cats’ new track on the airwaves, streaming online

Posted by on Oct 10, 2019 in News | 0 comments

Plan to catch Warhola Cats’ new track on the airwaves, streaming online

MILWAUKEE, WIS — On Thursday Oct. 24, the Milwaukee-based indie band the Warhola Cats (whose members include V&A’s own Jackie Mich on keyboards, vocals and the occasional french horn) are premiering a track from their forthcoming album on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee’s MKE Premiere.  The song will play four times throughout the day: 8:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. Or you can stream it online. Their poetic harmonies explore longing and heartfelt themes that become, in their own words, a “toast to Milwaukee’s mundane — inviting reverence for...

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V&A begins redevelopment study for Hartford’s former Kmart property

Posted by on Oct 9, 2019 in News | 0 comments

HARTFORD (with excerpts from gmtoday.com) — Since Kmart closed its Hartford Plaza location along Highway 60 in the city, the site has had very little activity. Within the last few months the city applied for and received grant money from the state’s Brownfield Grants Program, which is coordinated by Washington County. “The grant was for about $24,000 and other remaining  costs are to be paid by Equitable Bank, who has taken over the property,” said Hartford Area Development Corp. Executive Director Tom Hostad. “We are all hoping a site redevelopment study can show other...

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Sturgeon Bay weighs impact of high water mark ruling at West Waterfront

Posted by on Sep 12, 2019 in News | 0 comments

Sturgeon Bay weighs impact of high water mark ruling at West Waterfront

STURGEON BAY, WISC. (EXCERPTS FROM DOORCOUNTYPULSE.COM): Outagamie County Circuit Court Judge Gregory Gill dismissed an appeal of Sturgeon Bay property owners who aimed to challenge the DNR’s Jan. 3 ruling for a new “high water mark” affecting the west-side waterfront project plans (prepared for the City by Vandewalle & Associates). No private development can go on land waterward of that mark, greatly diminishing the developable portion of the property. Mayor David Ward said after the ruling that it’s time for the city to move forward on the west waterfront.  “If...

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New housing envisioned just east of Waunakee

Posted by on Aug 16, 2019 in News | 0 comments

New housing envisioned just east of Waunakee

WAUNAKEE, WISC. (EXCERPTS FROM HGNEWS.COM): If a new development plan comes to fruition, Waunakee could see an additional 684 homes – both multi- and single-family – on the east side of the community. Veridian Homes presented a plan to develop the 160-acre Breunig property, bounded by Main Street to the south, Division Street to the west and Schumacher Road to the east in an initial consultation before the Waunakee Plan Commission Aug. 12. The plan calls for 393 single-family homes, 86 twin homes and 205 multi-family homes. First-time homebuyers will see a price point in the $260,000 to...

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Groundbreaking for the new Riverside Lofts in Jefferson

Posted by on Jul 26, 2019 in News | 0 comments

Groundbreaking for the new Riverside Lofts in Jefferson

JEFFERSON, WISC. A groundbreaking ceremony was held at the former Foremost site on the Rock River on Wednesday, July 24. This event kicked off a series of projects downtown and on the riverfront that are teed up to advance over the next two years – including housing, a riverfront park, and commercial developments.  This Gorman development will become the Riverside Lofts (formerly under the name Candise Street Lofts), a $10 million project scheduled for completion by next July which will include 36 units with affordable one, two- and three-bedroom options. A riverwalk also will be...

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