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Emmons
Business
Interiors
TDS
plans expansion
of
Fitchburg
data center
fi=itchburg -
2/16/2011
Madison-based TDS Telecommunications Corp. isplanning a $14 million expansion
of
the
Team
Cos.
data center
in
Fitchburg.Construction, which
is
scheduled
to
begin in spring, will double
the
capacity
of
the
facility and bring total sellable space
to
approximately 15,000 square feet. Thefacility, which opened
in
2008, is
at
5515 Noble Drive ...
OPINION
-
Dont endanger wind energy
industry
in Wisconsin
~isconsin
-
2/16/2011
Wisconsins wind siting rules, which go into effectMarch 1, protect landowners while allowing vital wind projects
to
go forward. Twoyears
of
study and six public hearings ensure safe, uniform setback distances fromproperties, as well as sound and shadow standards. Gov. Scott Walker shouldreview the facts before endangering Wisconsins economic
future
in clean,renewable wind energy ....
Ken Notes:
Again,
my
two
cents,
allow
locals
to
weigh
in
heavily
--
there
is a HUGE
difference
between Lafayette
and
Milwaukee
counties.
Portage
newspaper
printing
will
move
to
Madison
~ortage
-
2/16/2011
Printing and packaging operations at MadisonNewspapers Portage plant will be moved
to
the
companys Madison plant
at
1901
Fish
Hatchery Road,
it
was announced Wednesday. The transition will occur in lateApril
or
early May ....
Ken Notes:
Print
is a
very
tough
market
but
we
could use
technology
to
improve contentand
readership
base. Small local
papers
could
includenational
and
state
summaries
as
well
as business,
artsand
social
contentnow
available
on line. Just a
thought
..
Wisconsin Builders Exchange
[§}
Commercial Construction Leads -Click
for
a
free
trial
...
Legislature again
considers
tighter
wind farm
rules
144
 
fwisconsin -
2/16/2011
Less than a month before new rules are set
to
go intoeffect, the state Legislature
is
reopening the debate over wind farm regulationsand casting a shadow over the industry's future in Wisconsin. The Legislature's
joint
rules committee heard more than seven hours
of
testimony Wednesday fromboth supporters and opponents
of
Wisconsin's wind siting regulations, which areofficial March
1...
KB
Hometo
lure
buyers
with
energy
bill
savings
1°
RNational -
2/16/2011
Homebuilders say one
of
the biggest advantages
of
buying a newly built home is energy efficiency. However, some
of
the ways
that
builders make homes burn less cash
mightnot
be
as
recognizable
to
buyers
as
say, kitchen appliances, 'generous closets and bathroom amenities.
So
now somebuilders are boiling energy efficiency down
to
something every buyer understands:money ....
Ken Notes: Good
read
..
Dim
view
of
housing
market
weighs
on
economy
1°
fNational -
2/16/2011
Optimism is
in
short supply among U.S. homebuilders, asign
that
the depressed housing
market
will slow the economy's gains this year.The outlook by builders hasn't improved since the fall, when new-home sales werein the midst
of
their
bleakest
year
in a half-century ..
RTA
chairman appreciates
Madisons public discourse
~adison
Area -
2/16/2011
Dick Wagner has held a
number
of
public positionssince arriving here
for
graduate school in 1965, ranging from chairman
of
theDane County Board
to
board
member of
Olbrich Gardens.
He
currently
is
chairman
of
the Dane County Regional Transit Authority. Wagner holds a Ph.D. in Americanhistory from UW-Madison and is working
on
...
Watson
has bested
our
best
at
Jeopardy!
1°
lNational -
2/16/2011
Machines first out-calculated
us
in simple math. Then
they
replaced
uson
the assembly lines, explored places we couldn't get to, evenbeat
our
champions
at
chess. Now a computer called Watson has bested
our
best
at
"Jeopardy!" ...
Ken Notes:
Let
us hope
that
they
enter
politics soon!
145
 
Apartments
pushed
home
construction
up
in
January
1°
MNational
-
2/16/2011
Home construction rose
at
the fastest rate
in
20
months,pushed up by a spike in apartment building. But construction
of
single-familyhomes declined, a sign
that
demand
for
housing remains weak ...
Fresh
Market
could
replace
Fox
Point
Borders
store
~
L.'::::.Jifox
Point-
2/16/2011
The Fresh Market
Inc.,
a Greensboro, N.C.-based chain
of
upscale specialty grocery stores, is in negotiations
to
open a store
at
River PointVillage Shopping Center
in
Fox
Point, replacing the Borders book store at 8750
N.
Port Washington
Road
in
the shopping center, according to a Milwaukee retail realestate source. Aurora Medical Group also plans to close its location
at
River PointVillage Shopping Center, ...
Ken Notes:
Not
Apple
but not
bad!
Some
expectdowntown
Borders
store
to
close
~ i l w a u k e e -
2/16/2011
If
Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Borders Group Inc. goesthrough with plans
to
close 200
of
its stores,
as
reported last week by the WallStreet Journal, some commercial real estate insiders expect the company
to
closeits store
at
101
W.
Wisconsin Ave. in downtown Milwaukee ...
Glendale
seeks
to buy
financially
troubled
Bavarian
Inn
property
1°
WGiendale-
2/16/2011
The City
of
Glendale will negotiate
an
agreement
to
buya 14-acre property
that
includes the Bavarian
Inn
restaurant, Old Heidelberg Parkand soccer fields, City Administrator Richard Maslowski said Tuesday. TheCommon Council voted unanimously Monday
night
to authorize a negotiatedpurchase agreement ..
Developer
Sal
Palmisano
files
for
personal
bankruptcy
~ i l w a u k e e -
2/16/2011
Milwaukee-area developer Salvatore Palmisano hasfiled
for
Chapter 7 bankruptcy, according
to
public documents. Palmisano's filingsays he has assets ranging from $500,000
to
$1 million, and estimated liabilities
of
$1
million to $10 million ...
BRP
plans
$15
million renovation
of
Sturtevant
facility
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