Judy Wiff has been regional editor for RiverTown’s Wisconsin newspapers since 1996. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and sociology from UW-River Falls. She has worked as a reporter for several weekly newspapers in Wisconsin.
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In a March 17 letter to supporters Rep. Kitty Rhoades, R-Hudson, said she will announce Friday that she is retiring from the Wisconsin Assembly. Rhoades, 58, has represented the 30th Assembly District for the past 12 years. Her current two-year term ends Dec. 31. She said she intends to fill out the term. "Our lives come in phases, and it's time to move on to the next phase now," said Rhoades in a phone interview Thursday morning.
Even after the bank bought the property, area development companies and a North Hudson man owe over $7.2 million in four foreclosure judgments. St. Croix County Judge Edward Vlack found the $10 million bid by Citizens State Bank, 375 Stageline Road, Hudson, represented fair values in the foreclosure sales. Last week, the bank docketed judgments totaling $7,240,247 against BrightKeys Real Estate LLC, BrightKeys Development Corp., BrightKeys Housing Partners LP, ConSpec Corp. and C.R.
A month ago St. Croix County supervisors postponed a vote on a new pay grid and 2010 wages for 230 non-union employees. Tuesday they did it again. Springsted Inc. usually finishes a salary study like this, from start to finish, in 18 weeks, but after several years, the St. Croix County plan still hasn't been accepted, said Finance Committee Chairman Daryl Standafer. "We've been at this for six years," he said.
Last week the St. Croix County Board gave its endorsement for a state loan to keep a company in Baldwin, retaining 15 jobs and creating another 12 in two years. The Wisconsin Community Development Block Grant program will make a $175,000 loan to Heebink Architectural Woodwork LLC. St.
Under an agreement approved by the County Board last week, St.
After eight years and derailed attempts at change, St. Croix County is looking at adjusting the pay plan for its 230 non-union employees. On Tuesday consultants from Springsted Inc. went over a new salary grid that would give many of the workers -- most of whom are managers, department heads or administrators -- a raise. County Board members agreed to hear and discuss the proposal this week and meet in special session Feb.