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Connolly receives settlement from housing discrimination lawsuit

Amy Connolly, the development director for the City of Racine, will receive $360,000 from her former employer, the Village of Tinley Park, as part of a settlement from a housing discrimination lawsuit filed by the Justice Department. The Village of Tinley Park approved the settlement agreement Tuesday at a board meeting. The Justice Department asserted that […]

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City launches Build Up Racine program and site

With the goal of supporting economic development in Racine, the city has a new initiative called Build Up Racine to help spur job growth and reinvestment opportunities. The initiative outlines the reasons why investors, business owners, nonprofit organizations, and entrepreneurs should choose Racine as their place of business. “Build Up Racine is about preserving and improving our unique retail, commercial […]