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GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

Councilors seek more detail, assurance that one-time funding will be spent wisely
The move would put a sewer treatment plant under the city's control.
The Superior Housing Authority's eviction of long-time residents and child care providers doesn't sit well with families affected.
People weighed in at an open house Tuesday. Comments can also be made through an online survey and interactive map.

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Internationally, closed mines and refineries during the pandemic have contributed to major supply-chain shortages, increasing demand for rhodium, palladium and other precious metals found in the converters, which are designed to reduce vehicle exhaust emissions.
Proposal includes money for infrastructure, public safety, recreation and to address social issues
The ruling sided with a lawsuit filed by the conservative Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty.
A smaller delegation is making plans to head to Madison to lobby state officials.
The committee promised to tweak zoning changes in Douglas County once the new ordinance is in place.
Changes made to Superior’s towing license fee more than 19 years ago will finally be reflected on the application and collected in full.

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GOP senator will seek another 6 years in Congress.
Jail employees would not be required to repay bonuses they've already earned under the proposed recruitment and retention policy.
Two city council races are contested so far; candidates in the council's 9th District have until Friday, Jan. 7 to get on the ballot.

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