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Archive for April, 2014

Rubbing Shoulders with Celebrities

Posted on: April 15th, 2014 by Robert Ingraham

This job has its perks.

Earth Day

Posted on: April 10th, 2014 by Robert Ingraham

Shoreline Metro is partnering with UW-Sheboygan, where they have
scheduled events to celebrate Earth Day. On Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Shoreline Metro will be offering FREE bus rides all day. Starting at 5:45
am until 8:45 pm anyone can ride all the routes aboard Shoreline Metro
buses for FREE. For Trip Planning and schedule information go to

Shoreline Metro has recently partnered with Google Transit to supply a
web based bus trip planning service to your PC or smartphone. This
service is free on the internet and Google Transit smartphone apps can
be downloaded at no charge.

Construction Tower Cranes

Posted on: April 9th, 2014 by Robert Ingraham

Acuity Insurance Company’s Headquarters, located at 2800 S. Taylor Drive, has begun construction of a three-level, 641-stall parking structure on the southeast corner of their building adjacent to Taylor Drive. Mortenson Construction is the construction manager /general contractor for the project. Construction of this facility will require two SK415 tower cranes to be erected to build the structure. One crane will be 98 feet tall and the other will be 138 feet tall. The 98-foot tower crane will be located between the proposed structure and Taylor Drive. This crane will require the counter weight mechanism to swing over Taylor Drive when in operation. Also when the cranes are not in operation, the top portion will swing similar to a weather vane with the wind. This is normal for this type of equipment. Please note that at no time will any loads be swung directly over Taylor Drive. All construction activities with these cranes will remain inside the perimeter of the construction fence.
Motorists along Taylor Drive should be aware of these construction activities and not be alarmed. City of Sheboygan staff is working closely with Acuity and Mortenson on this project and are in agreement with these activities. The crane will be operational for at least the next six months.

Making News

Posted on: April 8th, 2014 by Robert Ingraham

Community News Review a local television news program that is the result of a partnership between WSCS TV and WHBL radio premiered this week.