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Lacking details, Superintendent Karen Schulte has struggled to convince critics that it's not tax dollars being used for foreign trips now numbering 30, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
The compassion and care it shows animals says much about a community.
Converting Milwaukee Street is part of the ARISE plan the city adopted last year. Also, in 2011, the council supported converting a shorter section of Milwaukee.
This material must come from somewhere. And the farther it must be trucked from pits and quarries, the more it will cost taxpayers.
Thumbs Down to no penalty for destroying records and long delays in releasing records; Thumbs Up to panfish fishing plan and BTC learning by building specialized bus.
The school district is facing the realities of fiscal constraints after a survey showed taxpayers are unlikely to support a referendum to build a new high school.
Recent surveys showed public safety as the top priority of residents. The city also can’t ignore water main breaks. So will this “City of Parks” cut recreation?
Despite a projected 2017 budget deficit of $800,000, Freitag believes an emergency management coordinator is “absolutely critical” and will ask for it again.
Wisconsin remains the only state that doesn't consider a first offense drunken driving even a misdemeanor crime. Instead, it's a civil violation, a traffic ticket.
Thumbs Up to policing in Janesville, school lunch buddies; Thumbs Down to not requiring kids to wear life jackets, leaving plowed snow in roads.
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