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"We also need to vote as if our democracy depends on each ballot we cast, in favor of candidates who make it clear that they understand that on many of the issues in Congress or in their legislatures, they need to seek common ground and work with the other side if the country is to move forward," writes Lee Hamilton.
The events will take place Oct. 5-6 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each day.
The city's license and fees committee may need more time to streamline inspections before licenses for short-term rentals, including offerings on Airbnb and VRBO, go into effect.
Local residents identified challenges for Northwestern Wisconsin that require legislative action and agency intervention to resolve.
Michels, who has repeatedly said he opposes exceptions, said Friday, Sept. 23, he would support them as governor.

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Bringing employee wages in line with the market is a driving factor in the need to spend more in next year's budget, officials said.
Five small businesses in Superior will invest $187,315 in improvements with the help of the city's small business grants.
The Superior Plan Commission ended discussion of changing the zoning code after a business withdrew its request to allow sales in highway commercial districts

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