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Confluence task force finishes job; Results still unknown Video included

We're just days away from the spring election in Eau Claire where voters will decide the fate of two referendums linked to the Confluence Project. More>>

Confluence Project: Checking the Figures

Three weeks from election day in Eau Claire and there's still confusion about how much the city is being asked to contribute to the Confluence Project. More>>

City of Patience: Fairfax Pool an example of another complicated project Video included

What it took to build the pool gives us perspective today as we examine the nearly $80 million Confluence Project. More>>

Charter Bank announces matching pledge for Confluence Project

Charter Bank announced Monday (February 17, 2014) it will match, up to a total of $250,000, any new pledges of $25,000 or more made by March 31, 2014 in support of the new community arts center that is part of the proposed Confluence Project in downtown Eau Claire. More>>

Confluence Project: Eau Claire finance director responds to criticisms

Watch our series about the Confluence Project, "Downtown Decision Day," beginning Monday at 10 p.m. More>>

UPDATE: Ordinance impact on Confluence Project unclear

You can add another layer to the Confluence Project storyline. More>>

County committee to consider Confluence Project

Beginning on Tuesday, it will now be Eau Claire County's turn to consider the Confluence Project. More>>

Referendum Revision: Citizen group responds to city attorney's concerns Video included

An Eau Claire citizen group has re-worded a petition after the city attorney publicly expressed his concerns. More>>

Referendum discussion to resume on Tuesday at Eau Claire City Council meeting

A potential referendum will be taken up again by the Eau Claire City Council. More>>

Confluence Project Update: Citizen survey & Ramada inquiry

Eau Claire (WQOW) - As the public conversation of Eau Claire's Confluence Project continues, one question that keeps coming up is about a troubled downtown hotel. Several citizens have wondered why UW-Eau More>>

Group pushing for spring referendum on Confluence Project

If you have an opinion about Eau Claire's Confluence Project, you may be able to share that at the ballot box. More>>

Building deemed a local landmark; May still be torn down for Confluence Project

A vote in Eau Claire Thursday night may buy more time for those who want to preserve South Barstow, but it doesn't appear to be a long term roadblock for Confluence Project developers. More>>

Steady flow of questions: Work session on Confluence Project Video included

When there's a development proposal that includes a mix of public/private money and buildings that may need to be taken down, there are bound to be questions about how it will happen. More>>

UPDATE: Confluence Project discussed behind closed doors Tuesday

The next step in a big downtown development project did not come easy Monday night. More>>

Project organizers respond to lawmaker's Confluence concerns

It may not be long before some key operational questions are answered about Eau Claire's Confluence Project, but even then, one lawmaker said that may not be enough to convince him to support it. More>>

Lawmaker has concerns about Confluence Project Video included

A high-ranking lawmaker has serious reservations about Eau Claire's Confluence Project. More>>

Eau Claire's Confluence Project: The Ebbs and Flows Video included

This is the first in a series of stories this week about the project. More>>

Eau Claire's Confluence Project: Downtown Dorm Discussion Video included

For some perspective, WQOW News 18 traveled to Milwaukee where students are threaded into a prime business district. More>>

Eau Claire's Confluence Project: A Focus on the Finances Video included

This is the final story in the WQOW News 18 series, "Eau Claire's Confluence Project:  A Watershed Moment" More>>

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