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(Janesville, WI) Ashley McCallum, Gazette

David Hiller believes Janesville should be a talent importer, not a talent exporter. Hiller, CEO of Advantage Land and Amwood Homes, said he often meets people who work in Janesville but live somewhere else. He wants to change that.

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(Janesville, WI) Ashley McCallum, Gazette

A 92-unit affordable housing project has cleared all its hurdles with the city, and construction could begin as soon as next week. The city council unanimously approved a tax increment financing agreement Monday for the proposed River Flats apartment complex, giving it the final OK for construction to move forward.

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(Milton, WI) Rebecca Kanable, Adams Publishing Group

Plans are underway to develop a $1 million outdoor venue at The Gathering Place in Milton. “The Gathering Green” would include a new pavilion, concession stand, restrooms, paved walking trail and 24-stall parking lot.

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(Beloit, WI) Hillary Gavan, Beloit Daily News

Thanks to the School District of Beloit’s newly-launched Collegiate Academy, students will have the opportunity to graduate high school with an associate degree or technical diploma at no cost to them.

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(Janesville, WI) Ashley McCallum, Gazette

The Janesville City Council on Monday approved and praised a tax increment finance agreement with local developer Jim Grafft to redevelop downtown apartments. Multiple council members thanked Grafft and his family for their plans to renovate two apartment buildings on West Milwaukee Street into five market-rate apartment units.

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(Milton, WI) Benjamin Pierce, Gazette

The city of Milton grew more than any other Rock County city in 2019, a state document shows. Each year, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue releases its Net New Construction Report, which shows the amount of net new construction in communities across the state, grouped by county. The numbers reflect commercial and residential growth minus demolition.

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