It will likely become clearer Monday night, but it’s been a murky few days regarding who is being appointed interim Janesville city manager, and why that finalist's name has yet to be released to the public.
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Joe’s finally got his decrepit pop-up camper and beat-to-death 1996 GMC pickup truck off Janesville city property. So that’s all ironed out. For now. So, too, is a year of housing arranged for him, thanks to a local nonprofit.
When downtown Janesville was recast as a recreation-friendly urban center with a multi-million-dollar riverfront park, the city likely wan’t picturing kids doing tire burnouts there on electric two-wheelers.
City officials and private stakeholders remained committed to the idea of building an ice arena and conference center at Uptown Janesville as consultants work to shave millions off a new $60 million estimated price tag.
Mark Freitag has officially tendered his resignation to the city of Janesville, and the city manager of nine years intends to leave City Hall by Oct. 22.
On Monday night, on a vote of 5-2, the city council of Westminster, Colorado approved an employment agreement with Freitag. That capped off the official, public end of an offer made to Freitag, which he accepted earlier this month.
It appears Mark Freitag is prepared to leave Janesville for a new city administration job near Denver, according to announcements coming out of the suburban city of Westminster, Colo.
One local homeless person talks about the struggling in staying in an apartment in the current economy. Now, as she's living in a van along Janesville's riverfront, the closest thing to a shower on hand is a cooler full of water from ice that melted in the summer sun.
Earlier this week at a city of Janesville public engagement forum on the proposed Woodman’s Sports and Conference Center, local residents filled out and stuck more than a dozen Post-It notes to a cork board. Written on the Post-Its were comments and questions about the project.
A global manufacturer of food and pharmaceutical equipment plans to build an 85,000-square-foot equipment repair facility on city land on Janesville’s east side.