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By: D. M.
TL- The Look Salon
This place is top shelf at a great value, with an outstanding, extraordinary team.The multi-talented owner, designer and stylist Tom Preston, even helped Miss Wisconsin 2012 win her Miss America title. He & his whole team are quite simply among THE BEST stylists IN THE MIDWEST: Masterful, friendly and fun designers.LOVE their new location (since January, 2015)... a fresh, mod, classy, comfortable, cool spot with a great musical mix on a subtle high-tech system.They have the best products in the industry, too. And great boutique items, including fashionable jewelry and other accessories,HIGH QUALITY, CONSISTENT SERVICESThey provide a wide range of services beyond cut, color, style, and manis, pedis, waxing.With great, new equipment throughout:Their leather pedi stations are amazing -- and you can play with the massaging, heated seats to help you get cozy and unwind..Never been disappointed, always very pleased with their services, products and atmosphere.Try them and you'll never go any place else.ENJOY !
By: minisrme
Kiss the Cook
This is my new favorite local eatery. Three of us went this a.m. to celebrate a birthday (a traditional "breakfast for your birthday") and chose Kiss the Cook because it just opened recently. Cute decor, very friendly staff, and a really huge assortment on the menu. Yes it takes more than 5 minutes to get your food, but it's all freshly cooked to order. I had the Quiche (see the first photo at the top of the page), which had just come out of the oven. Accompaniments were hash browns (crispy at my request) and an assortment of seasonal fresh fruit. Lots of different & interesting omelets on the menu, flapjacks & french toast, and specialties like Eggs Benedict. Can't wait to try it for lunch. Moderate prices, good coffee.
By: Kathy P.
Corner House
My husband and I went here for an anniversary dinner recently. We are in our thirties but were treated like teenagers while we could see elderly clients being treated like royalty. Considering their lack of business, they could afford to treating everyone who comes in with a little respect. It was definitely not worth the price as the food was just okay.
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By: Charles C.
To me Rosies is the wonderful place to get delicious good Loving food food that is cooked with love so whenever you're out and about I go over and grab some delicious food from Rosies. CHARLES A. COLDTRAIN
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By: Odvin A.
Quick Time Hair Salon
Nice open environment. The people working do a great job and are friendly you get in pretty quick its walk in, best part is its $7 and they know what they're doing. Overall its a great place. I would check it out
By: donna.webb.3572
Kiss the Cook
My husband and I had breakfast here this morning, excellent! Great food, made from scratch and worth waiting for! Great service, friendly and accommodating. Our new favorite spot for breakfast!
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By: Darius N.
Upscale Hair Studio
There dedicated to there work! Very good at what they do. Nice people, in a nice environment . I enjoy myself every time I'm there
By: John M.
Shooters Sport Center
Closed from July 1st to July 22nd. New ventilation system being installed. Top notch range. Good service. Supervised all times
By: julieab
Linda's Hair Extraordinair
Not only do you leave with a great do.... It is a fun place with a lot of style. You can tell Linda loves what she does!!!!!
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By: Kevin A.
Quick Time Hair Salon
Great, quick, and easy hair cuts. It only cost $7 for both men and women. That is $7 dollars even and no sales tax!
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If there is ever a dispute regarding payment over the course of the project, a contractor or subcontractor could place a payment claim, or lien, on your property. To avoid this, ask the contractor to sign a lien release, which is a legal agreement that states that any payment accepted is final. This can come in handy if a contractor has his or her own payment issues with their subcontractors. Signing a lien release form certifies that any payment made by a client to the contractor is enough to pay for any goods or services rendered.
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Yes. Plans for how the work site will be cleaned at the end of each day as well as at the conclusion of work need to be put in writing. An experienced general contractor should make every effort to keep the workspace clean and prevent dirtying or damaging any other area. Even so, talk with the contractor about the daily schedule, the logistics of transporting workers and equipment, and how cleanup will be handled.

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