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Texas HVAC distributor coming to Madison

Goodman Distribution Inc., a manufacturer of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning products for residential and light commercial use, is expanding into Wisconsin.

December 2016

Visions Nightclub to get new owners

Tom Reichenberger, owner of Visions Nightclub at 3554 E. Washington Ave., Madison’s only strip club, plans to sell to new owners Apollo Marquez, former manager of the Inferno Nightclub, and David Brown, who has managed Visions for 18 years.

December 2016

Plan Commission approves Spark design

The Madison Plan Commission approved the design for the nine-story Spark, part of the two-building 800 Block Project along East Washington Avenue that will also house StartingBlock.

December 2016

Overtime dogs Epic in another lawsuit

Another class action lawsuit has been filed against Verona-based Epic Systems over its overtime pay policies.

December 2016

HRC awards LGBT-inclusive workplaces

Sixteen Wisconsin companies scored high marks for LGBT inclusiveness from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) in Washington, D.C.

December 2016

Arrowhead pulls Hep C drug study, plans staff cuts

After the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a clinical hold on Arrowhead Pharmaceutical clinical trials due to some animal deaths that occurred in a separate trial, the California-based company halted further development of its three leading compounds to fight hepatitis C and liver disease.

December 2016

Verona CPA firm acquired

KMA Bodilly CPAs & Consultants S.C. acquired Verona-based accounting firm Hometown Tax & Financial S.C.

December 2016

Funding approved for affordable housing projects

The Madison City Council, on track to create 1,000 affordable housing units over five years as part of its Affordable Housing Plan, approved an investment of $4.4 million to move forward on four developments around town.

December 2016

Hovde sets sights on Waunakee

Hovde Properties is hoping to redevelop another portion of Main Street in Waunakee with a u-shaped, mixed-use complex. If approved, the redevelopment would bring 14,000 square feet of retail and 117 apartments to the area.

December 2016

Billboard case thrown out

A lawsuit filed by Adams Outdoor Advertising against the Dane County Board has been thrown out.

December 2016
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