Bill Osmulski

Chippewa Falls Hit With TID Tax

The new development might not be paying city taxes, but it still requires city services. The city’s residents, therefore, face either higher taxes or diminished services. The choice for Chippewa Falls, as with nearly every city that uses TIF, is easy. Raise taxes.

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14 hours ago
Last week, @realDonaldTrump recognized WILL's campus free speech fight against @NWTC.

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15 hours ago
It's getting closer to #OpeningDay. Just remember, even in #Wisconsin you cannot take #tailgating for granted.

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15 hours ago
Think that Dane County judges ruling invalidating the Extraordinary Session was a little off? So does WILL Associate Counsel Anthony LoCoco.

Check out his piece at @RightWisconsin

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19 hours ago
“It’s ironic that Gov. Evers calls his budget ‘the people’s budget’ when he is empowering unelected bureaucrats to make laws..."

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