Milwaukee police investigate ‘suspicious’ house fire near 7th and Capitol


MILWAUKEE ‘ Firefighters on Thursday morning, Jan. 10 responded to the scene of a house fire near 7th and Capitol ‘ by Messmer High School. The call came in around 4:20 a.m.

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No additional details have been released ‘ including the cause of the fire or the amount of damage sustained.

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The city’s iconic downtown landmark ‘ Daniel Pratt’s mill complex, dubbed ‘the gin shop’ by locals ‘ took center stage Tuesday for a group from Birmingham. The centerpiece of the sprawling complex is five historic masonry structures, dating to 1848. A group of about 30 from Cahaba Brewing Company made the trip for a little history lesson, with local historian Ann Boutwell serving as tour guide. The brewery is in the Continental Gin Co. complex in Birmingham’s Avondale neighborhood. Boutwell has sent them photos of the Prattville gin shop buildings for display in the business. The buildings in Birmingham were built from 1926 to 1928 after a change in ownership of the company that was then based in Prattville, Boutwell said.

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An outdoor float of a big cat makes its way down a street during the Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City on Nov. 26, 1931. (AP Photo)

Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris certifies the state’s election during a news conference Sunday, Nov. 26, 2000, in Tallahassee.(AP Photo/Beth A. Keiser)

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A founder of the Door County Silent Sport Alliance and long-time advocate for bike paths and sidewalk improvements has come out against the Sturgeon Bay Premiere Resort Area Tax, calling its wording “misleading.”Paul Anschutz also questions the financial management of Tax Incremental Districts and says hundreds of thousands of dollars are being directed to bail out under-performing TIDS rather than being available to street repair. ‘ He urges voters to defeat the PRAT and elect new council members.”Beware voter,” Anschutz says.’ Passage of the Sturgeon Bay sales tax, as written, “opens up a whole new checkbook for our council.”Anschutz says “We’ve been taken to the cleaners far too many times by our councils.” ‘He says “TID 2 is being bailed out to the tune of roughly $400,000 a year from TID 1 monies, that should be going into the general fund for road repair are being spent for mistakes by mayors, staff and councilmen, past and present.”The one-half percent sales tax increase, proposed as a means to fund city streets, is on the ballot Tuesday is only advisory.’ Another vote would have to be taken, as well as action by the state legislature, to allow Sturgeon Bay to impose the tax.The entire statement by Paul Anschutz can be found with this story at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

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