MADISON, Wis. - A quarter of the way through 2018 we’re going to review our Editorial Agenda for the year over the rest of this week to let you know where we think things stand on the issues we identified as necessary to economic growth that is broad-based and inclusive.
As might be expected the big ideas we’re looking for have been slow to develop. The new Madison College South campus is going to happen. And we’re excited about what the new Exact Sciences buildings on the Southwest side mean for that part of town. But the future of the Oscar Mayer site is still unclear, and there’s been little progress on redeveloping the Alliant Energy Center campus. We’d like to see more enthusiasm from the city for the Nolen Waterfront project as well.
We need to better understand what new big ideas are in the works for communities surrounding Madison. Tomorrow we’ll look at transportation and housing.
WISC Editorial Agenda 2018: Housing, transportation first
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