In a nutshell this is what we get. 2 large parcels of land, taken from public property and put on the tax rolls a large employer moving downtown, that will have a multiplier affect most of the money spent on the City’s behalf is cash being collected is incremental taxes collected in TID 25There are many questions still to be answered. Such as added traffic congestion downtown and the City will need to figure this out.I received a phone call this morning, thanking me for my work and providing me with a history lesson:) I was told that long ago the City of Madison provided a subsidy for a manufacturing company, that grew the east side.
I asked McDonald point blank about whether he worried name Bodega come off as culturally insensitive. Not really. Not particularly concerned about it, he says. The first decade of the 21st Century can easily be labelled the most active in the 125 year history of the tall building typology, with more, and taller, skyscrapers being constructed than at any other time. This boom in construction has coincided with a global recognition for the need to reduce anthropogenic greenhouse gases with climate change becoming arguably the greatest challenge of the modern world. In light of this, attention has turned towards the environmental impact of tall buildings which are still seen by many as inherently unsustainable.The year 2008 presented a unique standpoint in global history, as for the first time half the world’s population some 3.3 billion people lived in urban areas.
Leaving the slush in place would create deep ruts in the driving lanes that could freeze when cold temperatures return in the days ahead. On Sunday, roadway users may encounter plowing vehicles and residential areas may be wet and slippery from the melting snow. Therefore, if you are making your way through the city on Sunday, perhaps to a gathering to a watch a sporting event, please remember to make good choices and remain alert.