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Allegations fly at Madison Water Utility

City of Madison Water Utility employees have filed a series of complaints alleging harassment and retaliation, Isthmus has learned. The targets include City Engineer Larry Nelson and Human Resources Director Brad Wirtz. >More
 On the Agenda: Downtown plan, a new Bunky's, 911 Center, A Place for Friends

The Plan Commission receives a status report on the city's efforts to update its downtown plan. The plan focuses on improving lake access and creating high-density development. >More
 Mayor Dave's weekly whereabouts: December flies by

As is the case with many folks, this is pretty much the last complete work week of the year for the mayor. It's a busy one nevertheless. >More
 Wisconsin watchdog agency fines revealed!

What has the state's new Government Accountability Board been up to in its first year of operation? Funny you should ask. >More
 Downtown Madison plan seeks growth in tough times

Susan Schmitz thinks downtown Madison may end up paying a price for its many years of success. "We don't know what it's really like to have a downturn," says Schmitz, president of Downtown Madison Inc. "We've been a little bit complacent [because] we've been somewhat recession-proof. Maybe that time is over." >More
 Nancy Mistele fires opening shots in campaign against Falk

For an extreme right-winger determined to bring down the curtain on progressivism in Dane County, Nancy Mistele sure says the darn'dest things. >More
 Madison Lights Out aims to dim carbon burden of the holidays

When the light bulb of inspiration lit up over Jennifer Sather's head in October, she switched it back off. Inspired by the presidential campaign, the sales executive for LivePerson, Inc. decided to "make an effort to make some change." >More
 Neither snow nor sleet can stop bus fare meeting

On a day when schools are closed and most activities cancelled due to snow, a critical Transit and Parking Commission meeting scheduled for Tuesday night will go on as planned. >More
 Madison declares snow emergency as first major storm of 2008-09 winter arrives

As the showers of sleet and icy rain turned into snow on Monday evening, it was abundantly clear that a major winter storm was descending across southern Wisconsin, complete with numerous school closings, event cancellations, and municipal snow emergencies. >More
 Mayor Dave's weekly whereabouts: Bullets!

Note that Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz had breakfast with Ald. Larry Palm this morning, but his office isn't saying where. Hmmm.... >More
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