Madison-based recycler fined $90K for hazardous waste violations

Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced a civil judgment against Recycling Compliance Specialists LLC, dba Midwest Lamp Recycling, and is requiring the company to pay a penalty of $90,000 for alleged violations of Wisconsin’s hazardous waste laws.

City closes 131 W. Wilson building again

City inspectors have notified the owners of 131 W. Wilson that the city is again closing the office and restaurant building because the landlord failed to comply with previously established conditions of occupancy.

Could cities now mandate vaccines for private employers?

In the ongoing debate about the merit of workplace COVID-19 vaccine mandates, you can now add this to the mix: On Monday, Dec. 6, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced all New Yorkers will need to be vaccinated if they want to go to work.

City adopts 2022 budgets

The Madison Common Council approved the city’s 2022 capital and operating budgets after three evenings of deliberations.

Judge halts wolf hunt

Dane County Circuit Judge Jacob Frost has issued a temporary injunction halting the state’s fall wolf hunt.

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