January/February 2021 Issue
Michael P. May, Kathryn A. Harrell, Richard Heinemann | 02.10.21
Articles in this issue
Divided Court Agrees With Kenosha: Property Not Actually Used for Ag Purposes May Be Assessed as Residential
Michael P. MayA divided Court of Appeals ruled that Kenosha could assess undeveloped property as residential, when the owner was unable to show any actual agricultural use…
Municipal Prosecution Cost Saving Tips
Kathryn A. HarrellMost municipalities struggle finding a balance between saving costs and diligently prosecuting municipal violations.
Governor’s Climate Change Task Force Sees Prominent Role for Local Government
Richard HeinemannThe Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change report released this past December (Report) outlines an array of policy recommendations to address the growing impact of…
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