In 2000, the State of Wisconsin passed a law requiring every municipality (town, village, city and county) to have a long-range “comprehensive plan” in place. As part of the planning, communities review where they are, what housing, transportation, economic development,… Read More »
During the last six months of the 2011-2013 legislative session, the Governor and Legislature have worked together to create three significant economic development-related incentives, besides the new Wisconsin Economic Development Authority.
This information was provided by Deb Clements, Regional… Read More »
Recently, Senator Julie Lassa announced the following Economic Development Bills that will help to develop the economy in the state of Wisconsin. Please CLICK HERE for the document.
Mayor Andrew Halverson thanks supporters after he defeated challenger District 4 council member Mike Wiza for a second term in office.
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The League of Women Voters of the Stevens Point Area invites you to attend ”Women in Political Leadership Roles- A Local Perspective”
November 30, 2010
4:30 pm meet and greet
5:00-6:30pm program in the south Laird room at UWSP Dreyfus University Center… Read More »
Businesses considering job creation, investment in property or equipment, employee training or other development may be eligible for financial assistance programs offered through the Wisconsin Department of Commerce. According to Deputy Secretary Zach Brandon, Wisconsin has assembled some of the… Read More »
Congressman Dave Obey recently announced the passing of the FY 2011 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development bill by the Appropriations Committee. It’s now on to the full House and Senate for votes. The bill includes several provisions designed to stimulate… Read More »
According to Senator Herb Kohl, the Agriculture Appropriations bill “spends less money than last year” yet has been crafted to “stretch limited federal resources to expand rural economic development, invest in agricultural research, ensure a safe food supply and improve… Read More »