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Burlington mayor announces sessions for downtown plan

BURLINGTON — Even before she won election as Burlington mayor in April, Jeannie Hefty made revitalizing the city’s downtown area a priority. ...
 

RCEDC touts 2015 job, investment gains

BURLINGTON — Racine County Economic Development Corp. last year helped 24 companies with expansion projects or recruited them to this county, the organization said during its annual celebration event held Thursday at Veterans Terrace in Downtown Burlington. ...
 

1520 Clark Street ABCA

Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives Lutheran Social Services Redevelopment Project 1520 Clark Street, Racine, Wisconsin View Full Review here ...
 

What to expect at RCEDC's 33rd Anniversary Celebration

On an annual basis, the Racine County Economic Development Corp. holds its annual meeting celebration. The event is open to the public and is a great opportunity to hear more about local economic development initiatives, as well as network with hundreds of business and government leaders from the community. ...
 

New restaurant coming to south side

RACINE — A new restaurant coming to the south side will offer great-tasting, from-scratch-only, farm-to-table foods, its creators say. ...
 

Steak ‘n Shake Returning to Racine

Fans of Steak ‘n Shake rejoice; the restaurant is returning to Racine. The eatery is part of a proposed gas station from Twins Properties, LLC, owners of the Twins Food Marts on 16th Street and Douglas Avenue, a story in The Journal Times reads, that was approved April 7 by the Downtown Area Design Review Committee. ...
 

WisPark To Buy 187 Acres For $5 Million

WisPark, a company that develops real estate projects and is owned by the Wisconsin Energy Corp., plans to buy 187 acres along the Interstate 94 corridor, for $5 million, according to a story by the Journal Times. ...
 

Porters site ready for redevelopment

RACINE — Six years after this city’s most famous furniture store folded, the former Porters of Racine is now simply a bare, acre lot in the heart of Downtown. ...
 

Friday Finishers: Sturtevant TID example should be followed

THUMBS UP: In Sturtevant taxpayers should be celebrating. The village is closing a tax increment district that’s been called one of the state’s most successful ever. Tuesday evening the Sturtevant Village Board voted unanimously to terminate TID No. 3, which largely encompasses the Renaissance Business Park and was created in 1994. ...
 

Nicholson looks north: Downtown bar owner buys Kenny's on Main

RACINE — Racine bar and restaurant impresario Doug Nicholson is expanding his entertainment empire across the river. ...
 
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