Sons of the American Legion Post #293 rehabbing Veterans Memorial Park in Silver Lake

Sons of the American Legion Post #293 members were working Saturday on their rehabilitation of Veterans Memorial Park in Silver Lake.

The SAL post, affiliated with Schultz-Hahn American Legion Post #293 in Silver Lake, has been working on shaping up the park. Earlier this year, it received approval to do the work from the Salem Lakes Village Board.

The SAL post received a donation of plants and a landscaping plan from Breezy Hill Nursery, said Don Fremling, SAL post #293 squadron commander, who also is a member of the American Legion.

SAL members have provided the muscle, removing some old plantings and replacing them with the new donations and spreading mulch.

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Local fire department responding for mutual aid to Pleasant Prairie

At about 1 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue is responding to a request for mutual aid from Pleasant Prairie Fire and Rescue.

Per dispatch: Bristol is responding for a rollover crash at Highway 165 and 120th Avenue with multiple injuries.

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Twin Lakes Area Chamber & Business Assoc. 2024 Business in the Park & Car Show coverage (PHOTOS)

The Twin Lakes Area Chamber & Business Assoc. 2024 Business in the Park & Car Show is taking place downtown Saturday.

The event, featuring vendor and business booths, food, DJ music and a car show filling Main Street, continues until 3 p.m., Saturday.

Here are some more photos from the event just after the car show opened:

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A word from our sponsors: May 18, 2024 open houses from Bear Realty’s Glenda and Butch Dupons

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Note: Glenda and Butch Dupons, of Bear Realty, are westofthei.com sponsors. This is a paid announcement — DH

Here are open houses being hosted today by Glenda and Butch Dupons, of Bear Realty:

26824 98th St, Trevor

25811 91st St, Salem

 

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Air quality alert issued

Kenosha County is under an air quality alert from noon until 11 p.m., Saturday.

From the alert text:

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has issued an Air Quality Advisory for Ozone on Saturday, May 18, from noon until 11 p.m. This advisory affects people living in the following counties: Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Walworth, Washington, and Waukesha. Due to ozone conducive weather conditions including a lake breeze, the air quality index is expected to reach the UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS (USG) level. People with lung disease (such as asthma), children, older adults, and people who are active outdoors (including outdoor workers) should reduce prolonged or heavy outdoor exertion.

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Deaths May 17, 2024: Jacqueline Ann Zentmyer

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The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Paddock Lake local street improvement project to start June 6

This map from the village shows tentative start dates and where work will be done.

Paddock Lake in the summer has been synonymous in recent years with road construction, primarily on Highway 50.

There will be road construction this year too in Paddock Lake, but this time on village roads.

Work on the extensive project that will touch most sectors of the village (except the newer neighborhoods) is expected to begin June 6 and be completed in September.

Performing the work will be Asphalt Contractors. The bid cost was be $1.8 million.

The village is paying for the project in part by recently issuing $1.4 million in general obligation bonds, with some of those proceeds also being applied to a $460,281 water main project also taking place this year. The balance for the two projects will come from village surplus funds, capital improvement fund, ARPA funds and a local road improvement state grant. In all, 58 percent of the project is being funded by the bonds, with the surplus and other funds making up the rest.

The scope of the project as described in a village news release says: “The project scope includes grinding/milling deteriorated pavement and resurfacing with new asphalt pavement. The project will be addressing numerous streets throughout the Village and includes 248th Ave. from 67th Street South to 68th Street and 248th Ave. from 65th Street North to 60th Street. All disturbed driveways, sidewalks, streets, and lawn areas will be restored upon completion.”

From the village news release:

The public and users of these roads can expect to see temporary road closures within the construction project area. Roadwork ahead signs will be prominently displayed to alert traffic to use alternate village roads.”

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Deaths May 16, 2024: Joyce Ann Cates

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The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Ambulnz by DocGo gives EMS presentation to Randall & Wheatland town boards

Private emergency medical services provider Ambulnz by DocGo gave a presentation on its services and answered questions from board members at a joint Randall and Wheatland town boards meeting Tuesday at Wheatland Town Hall in New Munster..

Ambulnz by DocGo is being considered by the towns for providing EMS staring in 2025. The towns currently contract with Twin Lakes Rescue for that service.

Last summer, Randall, Twin Lakes and Wheatland and TLR began exploring how to fund 24/7 station coverage for EMS out of the Twin Lakes station. There were some joint meetings and a $900,000 to $1 million cost estimated. Eventually a cost of $900,000 divided with Twin Lakes paying 50 percent and the towns each paying 25 percent was established. The plan then was for each municipality to hold a referendum in April to approve the needed funding.

That timeline broke down over ironing out some details about who the new EMTs would work for and other details. The referendum target was switched to August.

More recently, TLR submitted contracts to Randall and Wheatland with an approval deadline for April 15. The deadline was driven, Twin Lakes Fire Department and Rescue Squad Chief Ron Redlin said, by the timeline for an August referendum.

Both towns also had begun seeking other possibilities, such as private companies, for EMS service.

Twin Lakes Rescue gave a presentation to both board on April 29 to try to renew negotiations with Randall and Wheatland.

Tuesday brought another sizable audience to Wheatland Town Hall. Fifteen citizens spoke at the outset. Most were opposed to switching to a private company.

In the Ambulnz by DocGo presentation, Wisconsin operations director Courtney Davis pushed back against the idea his company only did interfacility transports, not 911 service. The company has a facility in Pleasant Prairie, that focuses largely on interfacility transports. That’s because southeast Wisconsin is largely organized by fire department run EMS, Davis said. An Ambulnz by DocGo sister company does provide 911 service in Lake Mills.

“This is not just an interfacility company,” Davis said.

In Randall and Wheatland, Ambulnz by DocGo is proposing housing an EMT staffed ambulance in Wheatland and another in Randall. Stationed here also would be a paramedic in a chase vehicle that would go to medical calls and assess patients and ride with the transport to a hospital when needed. The ambulances would be a type 3, similar to the structure of what the fire department based squads use.

Cost for the service would be $430,000 per year shared by the two towns, Davis said.

Twin Lakes Rescue is proposing a cost of $450,000 shared by the two towns. TLR is an EMT advanced department, which calls for paramedics as mutual aid as needed.

Board members only were allowed to ask questions after the presentation. Additional detail about Ambulnz by DocGo’s proposal revealed during those questions and answers includes:

  • If the local ambulances are stored outside, they will be equipped with a warming unit so that medication inside is not affected by cold and the unit is ready for transportation sooner, Davis said. Ambulnz by DocGo staff will also be expected to keep the ambulance clear of snow. “That vehicle will need to be ready … and not covered in snow,” Davis said.
  • Davis said staff will be expected to learn local roads, but added that some current employees also work for Bristol Fire and Rescue and Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue.
  • Ambulnz by DocGo staff will not be firefighters. In some cases they may have to wait until fire department personnel arrive to help free a patient that is trapped, Davis said. “We are trained that if a patient is entrapped and you can’t get to them you have to wait until extrication equipment gets there,” Davis said. “We are not going to put ourselves in a situation where we put ourselves in direct harm. We want to work with the local fire departments to understand what they want us to do in those particular situations.”
  • Davis explained that Ambulnz by DocGo’s status as a national company helps provide the cost it is offering Randall and Wheatland. It has other revenue sources (like interfacility transport), Davis said and it projects to collect about $500,000 in billing of residents of services in a year. The company also sees performing 911 EMS in Wheatland and Randall as a way to establish additional business opportunities in neighboring communities, chiefly for interfacilty transfer, Davis said.
  • A mechanical CPR device will be housed in each of the local ambulances, Davis said. Some other equipment such as a cardiac monitor and advanced medications will travel with the paramedic.

The meeting heated up briefly toward the end after Randall Town Supervisor George Bailitz lamented the negativity some in the community are showing toward Ambulnz by DocGo, saying a lot of the negativity is coming from fire department members. Some of the fire department personnel in the audience angrily pushed back, calling Bailitz’s comment an insult to them sharing opinions based on decades of experience.

Redlin, speaking from the audience, also criticized printed information distributed at the meeting with questions and answers about the issue. Redlin charged that it contained lies about his department.

On Monday, the Wheatland Town Board approved holding a referendum to exceed the state imposed tax levy limit for about $150,000 per year for five years to pay for EMS, whoever the provider turns out to be.

Among those speaking during public comments at the beginning of the meeting were two visitors from Salem Lakes: village administrator Cassandra Hiller and Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue interim Chief Alan Carr.

Hiller said her village presented a proposal to cover the towns for EMS as well. She asked board members to be cognizant not only of the effect on their communities but also the region’s EMS service.

Carr, a retired Kenosha Fire Department officer, asked the board to consider whether a private EMS provider is in fact a downgrade from what is now provided by TLR.

“Are we (SLF/R) protecting you because you can’t protect yourself?” Carr asked “We are concerned you are downgrading your service you have with Twin Lakes.”

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Garage sales page updated

West of the I’s garage sales page has been updated.

Be sure to check it out each week before you begin your bargain hunting.

If you’d like your sale added to the list, please drop us a line at darren@westofthei.com. Include your address, days, hours etc. We’ll even add a map to your info.

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Paddock Lake Village Board switches to appointments to fill vacant trustee seats; applicants sought

Turns out the Paddock Lake Village Board can and will make appointments to fill its two currently vacant trustee seats.

The remaining members of the board Wednesday gave village staff the go ahead to implement a process to gather applicants with the goal of making appointments in June.

The board had been under the impression it needed a special election to fill the seats, because almost a full term was left on both seats. That election was to set to be the November general election, with an August primary if needed.

But village administrator Tim Popanda said at Wednesday’s regular board meeting that new information from the Wisconsin League of Municipalities and village legal counsel confirmed appointments could be made.

Board reaction to being able to make an appointment was positive among board members.

“I’m glad we can appoint,” said President Pro Tempore Alex Attiah, citing cost of having a special election and other factors. “I’m very happy we can appoint.”

The board also favored making the appointments for the full remainder of the two trustee terms, which will expire in April 2026.

Trustee Michael Rayniak died April 9. He had just been re-elected to a new term April 2. Trustee Barbara Brenner was also re-elected April 2, but notified the village that she chose not to be seated.

Village President Terry Burns also resigned his position as of May 12. Burns’ term expires in April 2025. Popanda said the president slot will not be filled by a permanent appointment. Instead, Trustee Alex Attiah was appointed president pro tempore Wednesday.

Residents interested in being considered for appointment are asked to fill out an application and return it to the village offices no later than June 6 (a printable copy of the application is available here). The appointment is expected to be on the agenda for the Village Board committee of the whole meeting on June 12, when interviews also will tentatively be conducted for selected applicants. Final action is anticipated to take place in open session at the June 19 regular board meeting.

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Units responding for crash in Trevor

At about 8:42 p.m., Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to a report of a crash in the 10300 block of Highway 83 in Trevor.

Per dispatch: This is a 2 to 3 vehicle crash. One car may be submerged in water.

UPDATE 8:43 p.m. — Kenosha County Dive Team dispatched to respond.

UPDATE 8:45 p.m. — Deputy on scene confirms one vehicle partially in water, but all occupants are out of vehicle. Salem Lakes command cancels dive team response.

UPDATE 8:54 p.m. — Salem Lakes command reports to dispatch that just one vehicle was involved, Sole occupant is out of the vehicle and being checked out by rescue.

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Alex Attiah appointed Paddock Lake president pro tempore

Paddock Lake village Trustee Alex Attiah was appointed president pro tempore until April 2025 at Wednesday’s regular Village Board meeting.

Attiah was appointed by a unanimous vote.

Terry Burns resigned as village president as of May 12, citing health concerns. Burns’ term expires in April 2025.

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A word from our sponsors: 2024 Twin Lakes Area Chamber & Business Association Business in the Park and Car Show is May 18

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Twin Lakes Area Chamber & Business Association’s Business in the Park & Car Show is May 18.

Hours for the event will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The car show will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All activities will be in downtown Twin Lakes. Admission is free for this fun family event.

Business in the Park & Car Show will feature multiple booths from local businesses, crafters and vendors.

The car show is expected to fill Main Street with vehicles in a variety of styles from a range of years.

Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Try your luck at Spin the Wheel. Enter a raffle. There also will be a kids activities area. Music will be by DJ Keith.

Attendees also can help the “Fill the Caboose” food drive. Bring school lunch items for the Twin Lakes Food Pantry. Needed items include peanut butter and jelly, one can meals, granola bars, juice boxes, fruit snacks, fruit cups cereal bats or any items that are easy for kids to prepare by themselves. You can also bring items to the chamber office before May 18.

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Units responding for medical call at Wilmot UHS

At about 2:31 p.m., Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue units are responding to Wilmot Union High School for a medical call.

Per dispatch: Patient may have fainted.

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Units responding for crash on I-94

At about 9:31 a.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue, Pleasant Prairie Fire and Rescue and Newport Fire Protection District units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to the 8200 block of the northbound lanes of I-94.

Per dispatch: Crash involves single motorcyclist.

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Agenda: Paddock Lake Village Board meeting May 15, 2024

The Paddock Lake Village Board is scheduled to meet Wednesday starting at 7 p.m. at Village Hall (municipal building).

Agenda items include:

  • Nomination and Appointment of President Pro-tempore.
  • Authorize Village Administrator to issue a special event permit to Deana Noonan of Noah’s Rest, Inc to hold a one-day fundraiser event in the Kenosha County Park known as Old Settlers Park.
  • To waive the first reading of Ordinance 24-02, an ordinance to repeal and recreate section 29 of the Code of Ordinances of the Village of Paddock Lake as it relates to attachment of the Swanson property.
  • To approve Ordinance 24-02, to repeal and recreate Chapter 29 as it pertains to the voluntary attachment of Swanson property.
  • Authorize village staff to pay leaf vacuum repair invoice from MacQueen Equipment in the amount not to exceed $13,518.98

The full agenda is available here.

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Agenda: Bristol School District #1 board meeting May 16, 2024

The Bristol School District #1 board is scheduled to meet Wednesday, starting at 4:30 p.m. in the large group instruction room.

Agenda items include:

  • Math curriculum adoption
  • Open enrollment in and out applications.
  • Recording of regular board meetings
  • Regular board meeting dates and times
  • Approval of retirement announcement
  • Closed session for staff performance

The full agenda is available here.

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Salem Lakes Village Board to appoint for vacant seat; applications due May 17

Note: This story was edited from its original version with updated information. — DH

The Salem Lakes Village Board has decided to appoint someone to fill the remaining term of recently resigned Trustee Kelly Sweeting.

The board made the decision to appoint someone at the May 6 meeting.

The board set a deadline of May 17 for interested individuals to apply to fill the trustee seats. The term expires in April 2025.

The application is available here and should be returned to village administrator Cassandra Hiller..

At the May 6 meeting, board members were asked by village President Rita Bucur to come up with a question to be asked of trustee candidates. Applicants will be sent those questions on May 17 to be returned by May 20, said village administrator Cassandra Hiller. The appointment will be on the agenda for the May 20 board meeting for discussion and possible action.

Village attorney Remzy Bitar said the board had a few options on how to proceed with the vacant seats. The board could fill it by appointment, hold a special election or let it remain vacant until next April.

Board members who spoke on the topic seemed leery of leaving the seat open and creating a board with an even number of members that could more easily deadlock in tied votes.

A vote to appoint someone to the seat cannot be by secret ballot, Bitar said.

Trustee Dennis Faber said he was first appointed to the Salem Town Board to fill a vacant seat. In his case he was given questions from the board ahead of his interview.

Trustee Bill Hopkins said he also was first appointed to the Silver Lake Village Board to fill a vacant seat. He was not given questions ahead of time.

Sweeting resigned as of April 30 citing health issues.

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Unseasonably cool Tuesday; warm up starts Wednesday

Western Kenosha County will have an unseasonably cool Tuesday, but the chill won’t become a trend, says the latest local National Weather Service forecast.

Tuesday’s high temperature is expected to reach just 54. To top off the chill there’s a 40 percent chance of rain as well.

But a warm-up is expected starting Wednesday when the high will be 66 and continue to climb through the weekend into the high 70s.

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Wheatland Town Board approves Aug. 13 referendum to fund emergency medical services

The Wheatland Town Board Monday approved a resolution seeking to exceed the levy limit to provide funding for emergency medical services.

The referendum will be held in conjunction with the Aug. 13 election.

The board set a term for the referendum of 5 years. Town Chairman Brett Butler explained that Twin Lakes Rescue is offering a 5-year contract while the other contender, Ambulnz By Docgo is open to a 5-year contract as well.

The vote to approve a 5-year term was approved by a unanimous voice vote.

Town Clerk Donna Deuster said the board will seek to exceed the levy limit by about $150,000 per year, but the precise language will depend on review by the town attorney and the state department of revenue. The Town Board will then need to hold a special meeting to approve the formal referendum language in time to get it to the county clerk by June 7.

The board briefly discussed the possibility of an ongoing referendum, but decided to limit the years of authorization.

“There’s definitely a different optic to an ongoing referendum,” Butler said.

The Wheatland board along with the Randall board is scheduled to hold a joint meeting Tuesday to hear a presentation from Ambulnz By Docgo. Two weeks ago, the board heard a similar presentation from Twin Lakes Rescue, one of the town’s longtime EMS providers.

For 2024, EMS from TLR cost $70,000 for each town.

Starting last summer, Randall, Wheatland and Twin Lakes and TLFR began exploring how to fund 24/7 station coverage for EMS out of the Twin Lakes station. There were some joint meetings and a $900,000 to $1 million cost estimated. Eventually a cost of $900,000 divided with Twin Lakes paying 50 percent and the towns each paying 25 percent was established. The plan then was for each municipality to hold a referendum in April to approve the needed funding. That timeline broke down over ironing out some details about who the new EMTs would work for and other details. The referendum target was switched to August. The Twin Lakes Village Board agreed informally to go ahead with an August referendum at a committee of the whole meeting last week.

More recently, TLFR submitted contracts to Randall and Wheatland with an approval deadline for April 15. The deadline was driven, TLR Chief Ron Redlin said, by the timeline for an August referendum. That deadline has since been withdrawn.

Both towns also had begun seeking other possibilities, such as private companies, for EMS service.

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Deaths May 13, 2024: Richard Anthony Thayer, Donna L. Noble

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The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Randall and Wheatland town boards to host joint public informational meeting with private EMS provider Tuesday

The Wheatland and Randall Town boards will host a joint public informational meeting with private emergency medical services provider Ambulnz By Docgo Tuesday at Wheatland Town Hall in New Munster.

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

The agenda for the meeting says there will be time for public comments before the presentation by Ambulnz By Docgo representatives. Board members will be able to ask follow-up questions after the presentation.

In the past, both Wheatland and Randall have contracted for EMS service from Twin Lakes Rescue.

For 2024, those services cost $70,000 for each town.

Starting last summer, Randall, Wheatland and Twin Lakes and TLFR began exploring how to fund 24/7 station coverage for EMS out of the Twin Lakes station. There were some joint meetings and a $900,000 to $1 million cost estimated. Eventually a cost of $900,000 divided with Twin Lakes paying 50 percent and the towns each paying 25 percent was established. The plan then was for each municipality to hold a referendum in April to approve the needed funding. That timeline broke down over ironing out some details about who the new EMTs would work for and other details. The referendum target was switched to August. The Twin Lakes Village Board agreed informally to go ahead with an August referendum at a committee of the whole meeting last week.

More recently, TLFR submitted contracts to Randall and Wheatland with an approval deadline for April 15. The deadline was driven, TLR Chief Ron Redlin said, by the timeline for an August referendum.

Both towns also had begun seeking other possibilities, such as private companies, for EMS service.

On Aug. 29, TLR officials gave a presentation at a similar joint meeting. Redlin said he wanted to renew talks with the towns and the April 15 deadline for contract approval was no longer in effect.

At that same meeting, Wheatland town Chairman Brett Butler said Ambulnz By Docgo was also available to give a presentation, which resulted in the meeting scheduled for Tuesday.

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A word from our sponsors: Wilmot Auto Service offers exceptional service, quality products and unparalleled customer satisfaction

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Wilmot Auto Service, Inc is an independent auto repair shop and has earned the Blue Seal of Excellence Recognition as prescribed by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, (ASE), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of vehicle repair and service by means of voluntary testing and certification for automotive repair and service professionals.

Call 862-6300 for an appointment. Hours are Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Dwayne & Cindy Garwood are the owners and Dwayne is an ASE Master technician and has been in the automotive repair business for over 25 years. Dwayne’s grandpa Harmon Garwood started Wilmot Auto Service in 1951. They are celebrating 73 years in business. He employs ASE certified and ASE master technicians. Dwayne’s commitment to you has always been to offer the highest quality, honest and friendly auto service.

Wilmot Auto Service offers a variety of services like alignments, brakes, tires, timing belts, check engine lights and state inspections. They can be reached at 262-862-6300. They are located at 11307 Fox River Rd. Wilmot, WI 53192 with the BP gas station in downtown Wilmot. www.wilmotautoservice.com

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Agenda: Twin Lakes #4 School District (Lakewood School) board meeting May 13, 2024

The Twin Lakes #4 School District (Lakewood School) board is scheduled to meet Monday, starting at 4 p.m. in the school library.

Agenda items include:

  • Closed Session for: 2024-2025 District Staff Employment Terms
  • Possible Approval of 2024-2025 District Staff Employment Terms
  • Possible Approval of Resignation
  • Possible Approval of 2024-2025 Teacher Contract
  • Possible Approval of 2024-2025 New Open Enrollment
  • 2024-2025 Food Services Contract Approval
  • 2024-2025 Westosha Athletic Conference Agreement
  • 2024-2025 CESA 2 Services Contract
  • Discuss and Possible Approval of the 2024-2025 Staff Health Insurance

The full agenda is available here.

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Agenda: Wheatland Town Board meeting May 13, 2024

The Wheatland Town Board is scheduled to meet Monday starting at 6 p.m. at Town Hall in Bassett.

Agenda items include:

  • Resolution 2004-002 A resolution of the Town Board of the Town of Wheatland to dissolve the Wheatland Water Patrol.Ordinance 2024-003.
  • An ordinance to repeal and recreate section 13.4 of the code of Ordinances of the Town of Wheatland relating to water patrol.
  • Resolution 2024-003 to exceed the levy limit to provide funding for Emergency Medical Services for the Town of Wheatland. Referendum of the levy will be on the August 13th Primary Ballot.

The full agenda is available here.

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Agenda: Bristol Village Board meeting May 13, 2024

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to meet Monday, starting at 7 p.m. at Village Hall.

Agenda items include:

  • Consider for approval the Request for Proposal Agreement submitted by Proposed Vendor Tony DeBartolo for the Beer Garden at Hansen Park.
  • Discuss and consider for approval the request on the request of Michael A. Nelson,8795 136th Avenue, Bristol, WI (Applicant/Owner/Developer) for a Zoning Map and Zoning Text Amendment change from A-2 (Agricultural) to R-1 (Residential Single Family) on tax parcel #37-4-121-151-0180 Part of NE 1 /4 SEC 15, Town 1, Range 21,Village of Bristol, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. For informational purposes, this property is located on the east end of 86th Street, .25 miles east of HWY MB, Bristol.
  • Discuss and consider for approval the request of Michael A. Nelson, 8795 136th Bristol, WI Applicant/Owner/Developer) for a 4-lot Certified Survey Map(CSM) on tax parcel #37-4-121-151-0180 Part ofNE 1 /4 SEC 15, Town 1, Range 21,Village of Bristol, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. For informational purposes, this property is located on the east end of 86h Street, .25 miles east of HWY MB, Bristol.
  • Discuss and consider for approval the request of Michael A. Nelson, 8795 136th Avenue, Bristol, WI (Applicant) for a 3-lot Certified Survey Map (CSM) on tax parcel#37-4-121-151-0180 Part of NE 1 /4 SEC 15, Town 1, Range 21, Village of Bristol,Kenosha County, Wisconsin. For informational purposes, this property is located on of 86th Street, 25 miles east of HWY MB, Bristol.
  • Consider for approval President Farrell’s appointment of Commissioners to fill the vacant seats on the Plan Commission.
  • Consider for approval of Ordinance 24-5, for the re-zoning of land from A-2 (Agricultural) to R-1(Residential Single Family) on tax parcel #37-4-121-151-0180.
  • Consider for approval the request of Cub Scout Pack 328 for the closing of 196th Avenue in front of Brunswick on Saturday, May 18th from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for the annual Downhill Derby.
  • Consider for approval the Election Systems & Software, LLC Hardware Maintenance and Software License, and Maintenance and Support Services.e. Discuss and take possible action on the addition of a second polling place location in the Village.

The full agenda is available here.

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Agenda: Wilmot Union High School board working session May 13, 2024

The Wilmot Union High School board is scheduled to hold a working session Monday starting at 4:30 p.m. in the school library.

Agenda items include:

  • S.T.A.R. Club Course
  • Virtual Curriculum
  • GED Prep Course
  • 2024-2025 Academic Calendar Amendment
  • Facilities Summer Plan
  • Library Fixtures Replacement
  • Roof Maintenance and Repair
  • Strategic Plan – Year 4 Draft
  • Closed session for: Employee Contract

The full agenda is available here,

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Deaths May 11, 2024: Daniel John Bitto

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The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Units responding for crash in Salem Lakes

At about 4:55 p.m., Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to report of a crash at Highways SA and F in Salem Lakes.

Per dispatch: Two vehicles involved.

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