The proposed development – to be located along Pine Street (Highway 83) near the Burlington Manufacturing and Office Park – includes approximately 300 housing units.
The story of the development is among the top articles in this week’s edition of the Burlington Standard Press.
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Here’s a look at some of the other stories in this week’s edition:
GO DEMONS! Show your support for Burlington High School’s fall athletic teams with the poster included in the Sep 22 edition.
COURT NEWS: A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Sept. 21 for a Silver Lake man charged with stalking a woman he dated for two months and threatening to slit the throats of the woman and her nephew.
NEW CCHS PRINCIPAL: New Catholic Central High School principal Brian Shimon always exhibited a passion for Catholic education. He sought the leadership post at Catholic Central for its reputation, including exceptional academics and its prestigious athletic background.
SO LONG FIRE ENGINE: The Burlington Common Council on Tuesday unanimously authorized selling an engine no longer used by the City of Burlington Fire Department. Fire Chief Alan Babe said the authorization allows the city to post Engine 924 for sale through Wisconsin Surplus Online Auction.
STATE RANKED: The Demons girls volleyball team, as of Tuesday, remained unbeaten in conference play at 4-0 and improved to 19-3 overall. The victory, meanwhile, comes on the same day the Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association released its state rankings, which polled the Demons fourth among Division 1 schools.