No doubt, an impressive string of economic developments announced in 2015 helps the housing market.
Instead of depending on the whims of the auto industry for health and vitality, Janesville is becoming a more economically diverse and resilient city.
Thumbs Up to talking about opioid addictions and the new Rock Aqua Jays season; Thumbs Down to removing some CCAP records and to monument vandals.
Those who believe Milton is arbitrary and unfair in doling out licenses to sell alcohol have good points. In one case, a judge will decide whether those arguments are valid.
What, Dear Governor, would another delay suggest to those you’ve heard you proclaim “Wisconsin is open for business”?
It’s no surprise that Ryan can’t relate to Trump’s “tone and temperament.” But Ryan says these are more comfortable and reassuring in person than on stage.
Though two referendums—one in the city, one in the town—would make approval twice as difficult, Milton must try it, and soon. Fire protection is a priority that can't wait.
Last year brought a remarkable list of private developments to downtown Janesville. Given dollars the TIF will create, City Hall will have the money to build on that momentum.
Being on a gateway to downtown, the new station serves as a showcase to prospective businesses that Janesville values first-class services.
Thumbs Down to do-gooders trying to save infant creatures, to Sam Liebert and Jens Jorgensen and to leaving grass clippings in streets; Thumbs up to Morning Rotary Club.