Note: Numbers are from May of each year and do not include people who work in education. Source: Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
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The University of Wisconsin-Madison will be able to enroll an unlimited number of out-of-state undergraduates beginning next fall under a plan that the UW System Board of Regents approved Friday after the chancellor and system president vowed to more aggressively recruit top Wisconsin students to the flagship campus.
The state-of-the-art complex will include training and practice facilities for football and basketball, which officials say are essential for the Golden Gophers to compete successfully in the Big Ten.
After years of controversy in Linden Hills, particularly over building heights, apartments will soon rise on the corner of 43rd and Upton Ave.
Construction is now 75 percent complete, and one pivoting door has been opened.
The possible lease would allow development of a soccer stadium which would be owned by the city, while keeping land in hands of Met Council.