RHINELANDER - The City of Rhinelander might not be able to repair everything it planned to in its $2.3 million summer street repair plan.
Earlier this month, crews realized curbs next to some of the roads they are fixing were in bad shape.
Curb construction wasn't a part of the initial street repair plan.
But Public Works Director Tim Kingman says if they don't tear up the curbs, the drainage system won't hold up for the new paved roads.
"The better the curb is, the better the street preforms as far as getting moisture off. Moisture is usually the biggest factor in how our streets wear and move around and need repair. The less moisture on the streets the better," said Kingman.
Kingman says this will not affect the price of the street repair plan. It will just push the repair of a few items back until next summer.
MADISON, WIS. (AP) - Madison officials say Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents violated city policy by detaining at least six immigrants without letting police know ahead of time.
Madison Police Chief Mike Koval says the department has a working relationship with ICE, but the federal agency did not follow protocol. Koval says ICE has agreed to call the assistant police chief before making arrests in Madison. This time the agency called the Dane County Communications Center.
Koval says the arrests were made at separate workplaces and are not considered to be part of a raid. He says the community is in "hyper-warp distress mode."
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin says ICE told city officials the people arrested are believed to have committed serious crimes, but he does not know the specifics of the investigation.
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