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Our Views: Milton’s new offices suggest professional, progressive city
Milton did this project right. It can’t be argued—as some in Janesville are over the new bus garage—that Milton built a Taj Mahal.
Our Views: Momentum might be building toward makeover for downtown Janesville
Monday’s agreement to buy a downtown office building clears the way for another significant change. These are incremental steps and sensible public investments.
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, July 7, 2014
Thumbs Up to creative summer school programs, the Krazy Color Couch to 5K program and analyzing Wisconsin's heroin problem; Thumbs Down to robocall and lottery scams.
Our Views: Janesville should enact compromises in liquor sales
Given council reluctance to let market forces dictate the number of liquor stores, it’s best to swallow these proposed compromises and move on to more pressing issues.
Our Views: Give so the Rotary Botanical Gardens continue to grow
To keep the gardens strong and healthy, the board of directors has wisely launched a 25th anniversary capital campaign.
Editor's Views: Conspiracy theories unfair to loyal Janesville officials, workers
The latest round started with a local businessman who questioned whether a recent fire inspection at his business was retribution for his involvement in petition drives.
Our Views: ​Demographics show redevelopment crucial to Janesville’s future
As we rebuild in the void that General Motors left, Janesville should strive to become a vibrant, vital community where the next generation wants to live and flourish.
Our Views: Credit detectives with helping save babies in Janesville
Statistics suggest Erik Goth and Christopher Buescher are saving the lives of babies.
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, June 30, 2014
Thumbs Up to Maria Gorces, JPAC's Encore class and “building community” at the library; Thumbs Down to storm-chasing contractors.
Our Views: Display courtesy, common sense with fireworks
Why do so many adults revert to childhood and risk injuries and fires and disturb their neighborhoods?