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Dubinski is first to take out nomination papers in hopes of completing balance of term.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Demolition at 68th and Wells to begin by close of summer, a little later than coffee roaster had hoped.
Developer eyes two new sites, including a former foundry
Wauwatosa, Chicago developer expect year-long tax district negotiations to culminate in an agreement, but it requires a civic commitment to an unprecedented arrangement.
City voters to decide new mayor, candidates in seven contested city and county races and presidential nominees.
Referendum to take community pulse of age-old debate: Is 16 aldermen too many? Is eight enough? How about 12?
City's Public Works Board clears path for East Tosa bakery's launch.
Baker seeks compromise with city on stormwater sewer issue.
Preserve Our Parkway plans to submit at least three route alternatives.
Top two first district candidates separated by 34 votes.
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