Citing a desire to have additional details before making a definitive decision, town of Waukesha officials have placed a proposed development by the municipality's top official on the back burner for a month.
Waukesha resident William Gorman was not legally responsible for his actions when he challenged police to a shootout outside his home earlier this year, according to a Waukesha County Circuit judge.
Waukesha residents in 2016 will pay on average $14 less than what they did in 2015 for the city portion of their tax bills.
Home-delivery copies of the Waukesha Now's Nov. 26 issue will arrive on Friday, Nov. 27. However, newsstand copies will be available on Thursday, Nov. 26.
While Meijer made a request to have the city amend a city ordinance that forces businesses to sell liquor in a separate area from all other products, the council didn't feel a change was warranted.
Should Waukesha have an ordinance requiring liquor to be sold in a separate area in grocery stores?