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We hope the Janesville City Council refrains from changing the public comment period, except possibly to consider adopting new time limits. The public comment period might not be the most efficient means of communication, but it is transparent. It gives residents a platform to address the council, for all the public to witness.

Some south-siders still haven't accepted losing their neighborhood's only grocery store, and they're already criticizing a plan to convert the former Pick 'n Save to Rock County government offices. But those with realistic expectations see benefits in the plan.

Whether an independent consultant, DOT staff or someone else is to blame for Highway 14's deteriorating condition doesn't change the fact that its reconstruction is long overdue.

The investigative findings into former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverely Kopper's handling of sexual harassment allegations against her husband, Alan "Pete" Hill, contain some troubling observations, though the ones that surprised us have nothing to do with harassment.  

Of course the Beloit Town Board is abandoning its incorporation effort. It never stood a chance of getting approval without an incorporation application dramatically different from the one the state Incorporation Review Board rejected last year.