14 results for author: Bruce Grau
If you are truly for equality, let's disband all the County Board Committees that include non -elected citizens, or keep them all. If you truly think we don’t need to deliberately nurture relationships between races, faiths, ethnicities, and gender identities because we’re “all good” in Marathon County, then you should be really surprised and angered that a rabid segregationist has come out publicly spewing his fear mongering and hate that brutally divides our community. If you honestly believe someone should have the right tool for the right job to accomplish a task successfully then you shouldn’t have a problem with equity. I am ...
Last week, residents of Wausau found that every single drinking water well in their municipal water system revealed higher levels of PFAS...than recommended by proposed state thresholds for these chemicals.
I am trying to understand why the city of Wausau has forced us to navigate poorly cleared sidewalks along Grand Avenue.
The Northcentral Chapter of Wisconsin Poor People’s Campaign is holding Wausau’s first Vigil for the Unhoused on the day that has the longest night of the year, December 21st, starting at 2:30 p.m.on the 400 block.
Knowingly or not, this suggestion represents anti-worker practice and hurts the public.
The Economic Development Committee (EDC) has told the city of Wausau that it has applied for $10.5 million from the Neighborhood Investment Program to fund a pretty pedestrian bridge in Wausau’s Opportunity Zone (WOZ) "vision” for the redevelopment of the former Wausau Center Mall.
Eight million women are uninsured as they face the "Medicaid gap" when their income is too high for Medicaid and too low to purchase healthcare through the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The school board should consider the impact of legal action on peoples’ perception of the board after being given so many opportunities to do the right thing.
Housing costs and large scale acquisition of homes by multibillionaire asset manager groups such as Black Rock, as well as a gross miscalculation of the number of true homelessness — by half — paint a bleak future for working and low income people securing a safe abode or buying a home and building equity.