Two new housing developments geared toward artists will be coming to the Twin Cities in coming years, and on January 9 the people in charge held a meeting to hear the public’s thoughts on the matter.
Approximately 30 community members filed into the Mill City Museum for a multimedia…
Why can’t a cool abandoned flour mill be renovated with the under-employed childcare workers slash apartment managers in mind for once? Geez.
Wausau Paper will be closing its historic mill in Brokaw, laying off about 450 people. The mill first opened more than 100 years ago.
Meanwhile, Gov. Walker signed bills into law yesterday that:
- Allow homeowners to use deadly force against trespassers
- Cap attorney fees
- Allow school officials to use standardized tests to discipline or fire teachers
- Allow liquor sales to start at 6 a.m.
These new laws are the product of what Walker calls his “laser-focus” on jobs.