Greenfield — Officials here will soon dive into a proposed budget for next year that is stable and has no "dramatic cutbacks in services or big tax increases," Mayor Michael Neitzke said.
The Greenfield School Board decided on Monday to appoint a candidate to fill the vacancy left by Len Cich who died Aug. 11.
Greenfield — After the dust of creation settled — wood dust that is— and after a screw was almost driven into a thumb, a Little Free Library now proudly stands in Brookside-Meadow Park, 4995 S. Root River Parkway, here.
To keep the vision of an amphitheater on Konkel Park moving, the city will use $200,000 of park impact fees developers pay to get the park ready for the donated amphitheater.
Greenfield residents headed to the city's sold waste drop-off site may soon see an attendant there to check that they actually live in Greenfield and that they are not contractors dropping off construction waste.(2)
Greenfield — A ditch that threatened to block a proposed $150 million shopping, hotel, residential and office development in Greenfield may not have as serious an impact as originally feared.
Greenfield — A partnership affiliated with HSA Commercial Real Estate has acquired the Barnes & Noble Center, 4935 S. 76th St., in Greenfield.
Greenfield — A $51 million proposed spending plan for the 2015-16 school year that calls for less than a 1 percent property tax levy increase will be presented to Greenfield School District voters at the budget hearing/annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14.
Greenfield — After months of delay, a proposal that would allow the city of Greenfield to lease Kulwicki Park from Milwaukee County was not on Tuesday's Milwaukee County Parks, Energy and Environment Committee agenda.