County breaks ground on Human Services Building project

Kenosha County Executive Samantha Kerkman speaks during a Tuesday groundbreaking ceremony for the new Kenosha County Human Services Building at 3500 52nd St. Pictured behind Kerkman, from left, are County Board Vice Chair Erin Decker; County Board Supervisors Zach Rodriguez and John Poole; Alderman Anthony Kennedy; Supervisors Andy Berg, Monica Yuhas, Zach Stock, Daniel Gaschke and Mark Nordigian; and County Board Chairman Gabe Nudo.

From the Office of the County Executive:

Construction work on Kenosha County’s Human Services Building project is now officially underway.

County Executive Samantha Kerkman joined other officials and project partners Tuesday, at a groundbreaking ceremony for the long-awaited project.

The county, in an innovative public-private partnership with Bear Development, is developing a facility that will better serve the needs of county residents, while addressing a longstanding facilities issue in county government, Kerkman said.

“This project is of great significance to Kenosha County, and to the entire community,” Kerkman said. “With this location, we are moving vital services to the center of the populations that we serve.”

Once complete, the new facility at 3500 52nd St. will house the many Human Services functions that are currently located in the Job Center building at 8600 Sheridan Road, a structure in need of significant repairs.

The new 147,000-square-foot facility will consist of 68,000 square feet of existing retail space that is being thoroughly renovated, as well as a two-story, 79,000-square-foot addition. It is located in the Sun Plaza shopping center, alongside the Kenosha Human Development Services headquarters and across the parking lot from the Kenosha Unified School District Educational Support Center.

Operations to be located in the new facility include the Division of Aging, Disability and Behavioral Health Services; Public Health; Workforce Development and its various functions; the Division of Children and Family Services, Child Support Services and Veterans Services.

“We are breaking ground today on a facility that will not only be efficient for employees, but also a warm, inviting and functional space for all who enter,” said Kenosha County Human Services Director John Jansen. “We look forward to continued collaboration with all of our partners as the project moves forward.”

County Board Chairman Gabe Nudo was also among the dignitaries who spoke at Tuesday’s ceremony.

“The County Board has been supportive of this project from Day 1, and I’m pleased to see construction underway,” Nudo said. “This is a win-win for the county and the community at large.”

Kerkman joined Nudo in thanking the County Board for its ongoing support, offering particular credit to Supervisors Laura Belsky and Zach Stock. Belsky was the Human Services Committee chair when the project was initially approved, while Stock is the current chair overseeing the committee as the work begins.

The county executive also thanked the state for its support. Gov. Tony Evers in March 2022 awarded a $9.85 million Neighborhood Investment Fund grant to benefit the project.

Under the public-private partnership arrangement, Bear Development is redeveloping and will own the property for five years after the county’s occupancy begins, at which point ownership will transfer to Kenosha County.

As part of the agreement, Bear will assume ownership of the Job Center property on Sheridan Road upon Kenosha County taking occupancy at Sun Plaza. The Job Center property will be used for future private development.
Bear Real Estate Development Group President S.R. Mills said the company is pleased to be a partner in the project.

“The relocation of Kenosha County Human Services is a major catalyst for existing retail businesses in Sun Plaza,” Mills said. “The redevelopment of the center will spur additional investment opportunities along the 52nd Street corridor and throughout the Wilson Heights neighborhood.”

Other project partners include Bear-affiliated general contractor Construction Management Associates Inc. and Kenosha-based Partners in Design Architects.

Occupancy of the building is currently expected at roughly midyear 2025.


A word from our sponsors: Sept. 30, 2023 open houses from Bear Realty’s Glenda and Butch Dupons


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

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

23400 89th St, Salem


Wheatland officials discuss EMS plan

A proposal to help fund Twin Lakes Rescue 24-hour staff was discussed by the Wheatland Town Board this week.

In late, August, Twin Lakes, Randall and Wheatland opened talks on how to create and fund full-time EMTs to cover those three municipalities on a 24-hour schedule.  Currently Twin Lakes Rescue, a separate entity from the village of Twin Lakes, provides emergency medical services to those municipalities.

TL Rescue officials, facing increased difficulty in providing services with its volunteer and paid on call staffing, developed the proposal for Twin Lakes to hire six advanced EMT level/firefighters and a supervisor, who would be village of Twin Lakes employees, but work for TL Rescue. The EMT/firefighters would work 24 hours on, 48 off. The supervisor would have a more conventional Monday-Friday, daytime schedule, with some exceptions. Starting salary would be $55,000-75,000 depending on licensure, certifications, and position. While the new full-time EMT/firefighters would be village of Twin Lakes employees, TL Rescue would retain ownership of its building and equipment, including its ambulances. Up keep and replacement of that equipment would continue to be paid for through donations and billing for services.

The rescue squad estimates the cost of the new personnel to be $800,000 to $1 million.

Having full-rime personnel in the station 25 hours a day would dramatically improve response time, especially during nights and weekends.

Since a joint meeting Aug. 30 in Twin Lakes, Twin Lakes, Randall and Wheatland officials have been discussing how to move forward. That continued Monday for Wheatland.

In August, officials were talking about three referendums to fund their municipalities share. Further exploration of the finances has caused some exploration of perhaps funding from existing budget instead.

In Wheatland, authorizing additional tax authority through a referendum still seemed to be the preferred path at Monday’s Town Board meeting. Reasoning was that getting approval for additional taxing power through a referendum would secure the funding for the referendum’s term. If the town found money say next year to pay its share, the next year might be a different story, town Chairman Brett Butler said.

A referendum would likely take place in conjunction with the spring election in April.

Butler also reminded the board that the town is required to provide emergency medical services.

Wheatland Vol. Fire Department Chief Lou Denko said he also felt a refendum was best to lock in funding. While he says the three municipalities and fire departments do work together well, he added that he doesn’t see a viable alternative either.

For example, hiring a private rescue company could lead to back-up problems when multiple calls are happening at once, Denko said. Private companies often see a lot of turnover and individuals probably will lack local knowledge.

Another unsettled issue is how the three municipalities will split the approximately $1 million in estimated compensation cost.

At the August joint meeting, Twin Lakes village President Howard Skinner proposed a 40 percent for Twin Lakes and then a 30 percent split for Randall and Wheatland each. That split acknowledges that Twin Lakes, by having the EMS workers as village employees., would incur some additional costs beyond compensation.

Randall Chairman Paula Soderman at that time argued for a split based on population size. Twin Lakes has about 6,300 residents, Randall about 3,400 and Wheatland about 3,100.

In contracting with Twin Lakes Rescue for service, Twin Lakes currently pays $85,000 per year and Wheatland and Randall $60,000. Those fees would no longer be collected and that budget could be applied toward the cost for the full time EMS staff.

Another joint meeting of the three municipalities has not been scheduled. Twin Lakes has further discussion on its board committee of the whole meeting agenda on Monday. Randall discussed the topic in closed session on Sept. 14.

Moving forward, educating residents about the situation will be key to its success, Butler said.

“We will keep looking at options for advertising and how to get the word out on it,” Butler said.


Deaths Sept. 29, 2023: Mark Christopher Basil

This post sponsored by Westosha Floral.

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 Trevor

At about 5:04 p.m., Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to a report of a crash at Highways 83 and C in Trevor.

Per dispatch: Two vehicles involved, one partially blocking traffic. Injuries being reported.


Work at Highway 93 and Highway AH causing traffic backups

At about 3:50 p.m., I received word from a reader on the scene that road work at Highways AH and 83 is causing traffic headaches.

That situation is likely aggravated by dismissal at Salem School, which is at the intersection.


Units responding for gas leak in Twin Lakes

At about 12:52 p.m., Twin Lakes Fire Department units and Twin Lakes Police officers are responding to the 1200 block of West Main Street in Twin Lakes.

Per dispatch: Gas line leak being reported.


A word from our sponsors: ADRC offers free assistance on Medicare’s Annual Open Enrollment; sessions start Oct. 17

Note: This is a paid announcement from Kenosha County Aging & Disability Resource Center. — Dh

Medicare’s Annual Open Enrollment Period is October 15 – December 7.  It’s an important time of year for those on Medicare to review current coverage and see if any changes are needed for the coming year.  Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plan details often change every year.  Sorting through all the options to find the right plan for prescriptions can be confusing but Benefit Specialists at the Kenosha County Aging & Disability Resource Center can assist.

There are four basic reasons to check your plan:

  1. Your plan may cost more next year
  2. Your plan may no longer cover all your medications
  3. Your plan may have put restrictions on some of your medications
  4. You may be taking different medications now

ADRC Benefit Specialists offer objective and reliable information and assistance. There is no charge for this service. The Benefit Specialists do not sell or endorse any insurance plans. Benefit Specialists at the ADRC are trained to carefully review current coverage and compare plans with other options based on medications and other details.  Benefit Specialists also check to see if beneficiaries qualify for programs or benefits that can save money.

Workshops will be offered throughout Kenosha County beginning on October 17.

Kenosha County Center, 19600 75th St., Bristol

  • Tuesday, October 17, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, October 24, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Salem Lakes Fire and Rescue, 11252 254th Ct., Trevor

  • Thursday, Nov. 2, 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Westosha Senior Center, 19200 – 93rd St., Bristol

  • Tuesday, Nov. 14, 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Northside Library, 1500 27th Ave., Kenosha, Rm. A

  • Tuesday, Nov. 29, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Festival Foods Community Room, 2nd floor

3207 80th St., Kenosha

  • Thursday, Nov.  30, 9:30 a.m.  – 12:30 p.m.

Southwest Neighborhood Library, Rm. A

7979 – 38th Ave., Kenosha

  • Thursday, Nov. 9, 9:30 a.m.  –  12:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Dec. 5, 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Job Center, 8600 Sheridan Rd., Kenosha, Door A

  • Thursday Oct. 19, 9:30 a.m.  –  12:30 p.m. (Rm. N2)
  • Thursday, Oct. 26, 9:30 a.m.  –  12:30 p.m. (Rm. N2)
  • Tuesday, Oct. 31, 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (Rm. N2)
  • Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. (Rm. N3)
  • Wednesday, Nov. 15, 9:30 – 12:30 p.m. (Rm. N2)
  • Tuesday, Nov. 28, 9:30 – 12:30 p.m. (Rm. N2)

It’s recommended that participants bring their own laptop, tablet or smart phone if possible. For further information or to make reservations call the Kenosha County Aging & Disability Resource Center at 262-605-6646.


Return to summer temps seen for weekend

Temperatures more reminiscent of summer than early fall are in the latest, local National Weather Service forecast.

Temperatures around 80 are expected for Saturday, Sunday, Munday and Tuesday.

The real change of pace may be in that all of those days also are expected to be sunny with no forecast chance of rain until Wednesday.


Deaths Sept. 28, 2023: Shirley Mae Gerken

This post sponsored by Westosha Floral.

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 alarm in Bristol

At about 11:39 a.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue units are responding for an alarm in the 10300 block of 140th Avenue in Bristol.

Per dispatch: This came from a warehouse pull station at a business.


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 Include your address, days, hours etc. We’ll even add a map to your info.


A word from our sponsors: Now is the time to visit Hafs Road Orchard

Note: This is a paid announcement from Hafs Road Orchard — DH

Fall is the time to visit Hafs Road Orchard.

2023 marks owners Richard and Deborah Polansky’s 42nd year of growing apples at Hafs Road Orchard.

The orchard store is bursting with fresh apples for eating, cakes, pies, apple sauce, salads and crisps.

Starting in late September, squash, pumpkin and ornamental gourd selections and broom corn bundles in lovely fall colors will be available. Hafs Road Orchard’s famous macrame hangers for pumpkins and gourds are available in 3 sizes. They add a distinctive touch to your autumn display.

Caramel apples made with Honeycrisp and coated with peanuts, pecans or sprinkles continue to delight.

Hafs Road Orchard is again using its outdoors selling area.

Hafs Road Orchard is open through Thanksgiving. Check here for hours.

Honeycrisp are a delicious, healthy holiday gift.

Hafs Road Orchard is conveniently located just 7 miles east of Lake Geneva at W632 Hafs Road, Genoa City.


Salem Lakes brings back former clerk in new post, says farewell to attorney

The Salem Lakes Village Board recently said hello to a familiar face and farewell to another.

At a special meeting Sept. 19, the board created the position of chief deputy clerk and appointed Shannon Hahn to the post. Hahn previously worked for the village, including as village clerk from July 2019 to Feb. 2023.

The board also hired a new village attorney following the resignation of longtime attorney Richard Scholze. Scholze resigned via email with an effective date of Sept. 30.

Interim village Clerk Eileene Anderson said the chief deputy clerk will be able to work on anything the clerk does, but was especially needed for elections. Michael Ullstrup, who had been the village’s chief election official, died in February.

“People think elections take place on one day,” Anderson said, “but it takes a lot of prep work.”

Village President Rita Bucur pointed that due to Hahn’s previous tenure with the village she will not need training.

Hahn will be paid $23 per hour, Anderson said.

Motions to approve creating the chief deputy clerk position and hiring Hahn were both approved unanimously with all members present.

The board also named a new village attorney at the same meeting.

The board approved hiring Remzy D. Bitar as the village’s general attorney. He practices with law firm Municipal Law & Litigation, based in Waukesha.

Bitar replaces Richard Scholze, who resigned his position via email to Bucur on Sept. 12. He practices with Burlington-based law firm Scholze, Ludwig, Gruhn & Wishau, SC.

“I have enjoyed representing the Village (and the Town prior to consolidation) over the years and wish you, the Board and staff well,” Scholze said in his resignation statement.

Bucur brought forth Bitar and his firm in discussing a replacement for Scholze. The firm has done some recent legal for the village.

Bucur praised the resources available through Bitar’s firm.

“He has given sound advice,” Bucur said. “He has a lot of resources in his office … and I kind of like that he is an outsider and not from here.”

Trustee Kelly Sweeting advocated for shopping for an attorney through a request for proposals process.

“I would like to see what’s out there,” Sweeting said. “We’re a small village. We’re used to one-on-one service.”

Municipal Law & Litigation’s rate is $210/hour, with an increase to $216 to go into effect soon. Scholze’s firm charged $160/hour.

Hiring Bitar was approved 6 to 1 with Sweeting voting against.


Deaths Sept. 27, 2023: Brenda Sue Rizzo

This post sponsored by Westosha Floral.

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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A word from our sponsors: Register for Westosha Sports Complex baseball hitting/pitching and strength & conditioning camps

Note: This is a paid announcement from Westosha Sports Complex — DH

Westosha Sports Complex in Silver Lake has two camps coming up this fall, one focusing on baseball hitting/pitching and another on strength and conditioning.

The hitting/pitching camp will be led by Manny Santana, Baseball Hitting/Pitching Coach. Baseball Hitting/Pitching Dates: Oct 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th Nov 1st, 8th. Time: 7:00PM-8:00PM. Price: $150.00

Michael Daniels, Strength & Conditioning Specialist, will lead the strength and conditioning camp. Strength & Conditioning Specialist Dates: Oct. 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th Nov 6th. Time: 7:00PM-8:00PM Price: $150.00.

Combined and save $$ – Both Camps $250.00.

Call (262) 885-6110 to sign up today:

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Agenda: Randall Town Board meeting Sept. 28, 2023

The Randall Town Board is scheduled to meet Thursday, starting at 7 p.m. at Town Hall in Bassett.

Agenda items include:

  • Golf carts on Town roads discussion. Discussion, consideration, and action if any.
  • Set date for Budget work session. Discussion, consideration, and action if any.

The full agenda is available here.


A word from our sponsors: Hospice Alliance 2023 Serving Our Seniors Expo is Oct. 12

Note: The following is a paid announcement from Hospice Alliance — DH

Hospice Alliance is hosting its 6th annual Serving Our Seniors Expo on Thursday, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Gateway Technical College, Madrigrano Conference Center / Haribo Hall

Admission, is free. This event will feature 55 exhibitors of healthcare and life management professionals serving the Southeastern Wisconsin Senior community. There will be interactive exhibits and helpful information, health screenings, and raffle drawings. Good Value Pharmacy is offering Covid-19 and Flu Vaccinations to attendees who provide insurance coverage.

For more information including a list of vendors click here.



Agenda: Wilmot Union High School District board meeting Sept. 27, 2023

The Wilmot Union High School District board is scheduled to hold a meeting Wednesday in the school library starting at 6 p.m.

Agenda items include:

  • COVID Return to School Plan
  • Overnight Field Trips
  • 2023-2024 Occupational Therapy Staffing
  • 2024 Summer School Calendar
  • 2023-2024 Preliminary Budget & Tax Levy

The full agenda is available here.


Deaths Sept. 26, 2023: Jeffrey Lee Tatge, David L. Renwick

This post sponsored by Westosha Floral.

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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Agenda: Wheatland J1 School District annual and board meetings Sept. 27, 2023

Wheatland J1 School District will host its annual meeting and hold a board meeting on Wednesday in the Community Room at the school.

The annual meeting and budget hearing will be held first, starting at 7 p.m. Agenda items include:

  • Superintendent’s Report
  • 2023-24 Budget Presentation
  • Authorize School Based Tax Levy
  • Authorize the School Board to Acquire or Purchase Real Estate, Structures, and Facilities Necessary for School District Purposes

The full annual meeting agenda is available here.

The regular meeting is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. Agenda items include:

  • Finance Committee Report
  • 2023-24 Board Goals Approval

The full regular board meeting agenda is available here.


A word from our sponsors: Westosha Senior Center Fall Event Saturday, Oct. 7

The following is a paid announcement from Westosha Senior Community Center — DH

Westosha Senior Community Center is hosting a full fall event with Craft vendors, a bake sale, and an instant auction. Lunch on-site features handmade wood-fired pizza.

The Center, located at 19200 93rd Street (Hwy C just east of Hwy. 45) in Bristol, continues its run of a Market for veggies from its one-acre Healing Garden in raised beds and in ground field plantings. The community has been savoring everything from tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, and butternut and delicata squash.

A wood burning kaolin-clay oven, courtesy of an Eagle Scout project, sits in the east end of the garden near the Market. This 700-degree oven will be cranking out lovingly handmade, mouth-watering pizza. In addition to the Water Buffalo Mozzarella cheese, the freshest of toppings straight from the Healing Garden like Roma tomatoes, green peppers and onions will guarantee an incredible pizza experience!

Of course, it wouldn’t be a fall craft sale in Kenosha County without a bake sale of cookies, brownies, fudge and baked breads. Westosha Senior Center’s event will not disappoint.

So, head to Westosha Senior Center Saturday, Oct. 7, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., to browse Craft vendors from unique jewelry, art and ceramics to photography and hand-crafted items. Then stroll through the variety of themed sale items for unexpected treasures and holiday presents. Cap your Senior Center visit with a tasty lunch and baked goodies.


Guarded recovery expected for Twin Lakes PD K9 Jaxx after spinal cord injury

From the Twin Lakes Police Department Facebook page:

Jaxx, whose handler with the department is Officer Jeffrey Comp, has been with the TLPD since 2021.


Agenda: Salem School District board meeting Sept 26, 2023

The Salem School District board is scheduled to hold a regular meeting Tuesday, starting at 7 p.m.

A live stream of the meeting will be available here.

Agenda items include:

  • Student Expectations
  • Seclusion and Physical Restraint Report
  • Sleep in Heavenly Peace Presentation
  • Fall Student Civic Service Plans Update

The full agenda is available here.


2023 Western Kenosha County Historical Society Fall Fest coverage (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Sunday afternoon, the Western Kenosha County Historical Society held their annual Fall Fest at Miller Park, 25905 114th St. Trevor. People could visit the various displays or activities for free.

Kids could paints pumpkins or visit the hit and miss engines.

Kids or adults could try to shell corn and grind it up into cornmeal. The corn sheller was introduced in 1815 to make it easier to get the grain off the cob. The cob has to be dried. The kernels can then be ground into cornmeal.

Kids could attend class in the one-room schoolhouse.

Salem Lakes Fire Department brought one of their current engines and their 1929 antique engine that was an engine for Silver Lake.

Crafters had their wares for sale.

Dave Derler cooking the hot dogs that were for sale, with chips and cookies.


Agenda: Paris Town Board special and regular meetings Sept. 26, 2023

The Paris Town Board is scheduled to hold a special board meeting and a regular board meeting on Tuesday at Town Hall.

The special board meeting is scheduled first, starting at 5:30 p.m. The agenda calls for it to be largely a closed session for:

  • The draft Master Agreement with Midwest Fiber Networks.
  • Strategy to be adopted with respect to litigation the Town is presently involved in:  specifically:  Case No:  22-2435, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Peter Nelson, Plaintiff-Appellant v. Town of Paris, Defendant-Appellee, Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin No. 22-CV-1100;

The full special board meeting agenda is available here.

The regular meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Agenda items include:

  • Approval of ordinance to adopt updates to the Town of Paris Land Use maps and plan.
  • MidWest Fiber Network agreement
  • Bid documents for replacement of concrete approach to Fire/Rescue equipment bays.
  • ATC Road repair agreement closure
  • Internet updates – Spectrum, Mid-West Fiber projects
  • Paris Solar project updates
  • Highway E closures
  • Donation to the school’s PSO for the Panther Prowl

The full regular meeting agenda is available here.


Agenda: Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District board meeting Sept. 26, 2023

The Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District board is scheduled to hold a meeting Tuesday, starting at 6:30 p.m. in the school library.

Agenda items include:

  • SOS Program
  • Band Trip – Maddie Weirick
  • 2022-23 Year-End Results
  • 2023-24 Budget Update / Budget Development

The full agenda is available here.


A word from our sponsors: Sign-up for 12-week 9 Hole Golf League at Westosha Sports Complex

Note: This is a paid announcement from Westosha Sports Complex. — DH

Westosha Sports Complex in Silver Lake is hosting a 12-week 9 Hole Golf League.

This individual golf league starts Oct. 24

Two payments of $140. First due on day of sign up. Second due week of Nov. 6/

First come first served gets the choice of 5 p.m. or 7 pm. tee time. Days available Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday

Sign up today by calling (262) 885-6110.


Units responding for fire in Twin Lakes

At about 8:09 a.m., Twin Lakes Fire Department units are responding to a report of a fire in the 300 block of Meadow Court in Twin Lakes.

Per dispatch: This is being reported as a brush fire.


A word from our sponsors: Wheatland Center School seeking custodian

Note: This is a paid announcement from Wheatland Center School — DH

Wheatland Center School is seeking a custodian.

The Custodian will provide custodial services ensuring an attractive, sanitary, and safe learning environment. In addition, the Custodian will perform a variety of special cleaning operations, assisting in preparing facilities for classroom activities and events, and general building and grounds maintenance in and around the school buildings and its property. Opportunity to become full-time with bus driver certification.


The custodian must be able to:

  • Lift, carry, push or pull up to 50 pounds.
  • Walk, stand, kneel, bend, crawl, stoop, sit, and reach for extended periods of time.
  • Occasional exposure to sun, heat, cold, and inclement weather.
  • Regular exposure to fumes, dust, odors, heights, and loud noises.
  • Occasional prolonged and irregular hours, including evenings and weekends.
  • Exposure to cleaning agents and chemicals such as disinfectants, floor wax, paint,etc.

This is a year-round position.

Note: This job description is intended to provide a general overview of the position. Duties, responsibilities, and qualifications may be adjusted based on the needs of the company.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: From $18.77 per hour

Physical setting: School

Schedule: Monday to Friday

Ability to commute/relocate: Burlington, WI 53105: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)

Work Location: In person

Contact: Tom McCormack


Click here for a job application.

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