Superior High School's nicotine epidemic is prompting Superior city officials to revise its code of ordinances concerning tobacco possession and use by minors.
The Regina Hill and Clifford Lund apartment rehabilitation projects are getting a helping hand from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority.
Imagine a covered playground where kids could play shielded from the weather in the winter months, or Carl Gullo Park going to the dogs.
Superior's City Council amended its zoning code Tuesday, Jan. 15, to eliminate minimum off-street parking requirements in commercial and industrial districts for new business development. Starting last summer, the city's been looking at the role the parking ordinance plays in development, said Jason Serck, economic development, port and planning director.
The city of Superior is planning to review how it budgets for the Public Works Department after back-to-back winter storms brought rain, coating residential streets in a layer of ice.
Wisconsin revised its plumbing code in July 2000, changes that included requiring a inventory of all private onsite wastewater treatment systems in the state and implementing a maintenance tracking program.
Sellers Auction routinely holds auctions offering memorabilia, collectibles, antiques, tools, household wares and other bric-a-brac.
Douglas County is considering changes to its residential zoning ordinances to put seasonal dwellings on a level playing field with year-round homes.
Shoveling the sidewalks after a snowfall is not only a neighborly thing to do in Superior: It's the law.
Douglas County is considering about 12.5 miles of new routes for all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles on county highways.