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Bristol Historical Society hosting open House July 10

The Bristol WI Historical Society will be hosting an open house on Sunday, July 11 from 10 am to 3 pm at Davidson Hall, 8323 198th Ave. in Bristol. The society will be hosting a 50/50 Raffle on Sunday with the drawing held at 2 p.m. Stop by and purchase your ticket to get in […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board meeting June 27, 2022

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to hold a regular semi-monthly meeting Monday at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Among the agenda items are: Tabled from 6/13/2022: Consider for approval the Mobile Home Park License for MHC Rainbow Lake, LLC d/b/a Rainbow Lake Manor. The full agenda is available here. Share1Tweet1 Shares

Bristol passes residential bee keeping ordinance

Bee keeping in residential areas will be allowed throughout the village under a new ordinance passed by the Bristol Village Board Monday. The ordinance passed by a 5-2 vote, with village President Mike Farrell and Trustee Ruth Atwood voting against. Previously. bee keeping was only allowed on property zoned for agriculture. The new law sets […]

Bristol and Paris Cemetery Association annual meeting is June 20

The annual meeting of the Bristol and Paris Cemetery Association will be held Monday, June 20, at the Paris Town Hall staring at 3 p.m. All interested parties are welcome. Paris Town Hall is located at 16607 Burlington Road, Union Grove. Share3Tweet3 Shares

2022 Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast is June 18 at Elfering Farms in Bristol

The 2022 Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast will be held at Elfering Farms on Saturday, June 18, from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tickets are $10; children 6 and under are free. Elfering Farms is located at 15324 Horton Road, Bristol. There will be general and handicap parking on site, plus off site parking with a school […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board regular meeting June 13, 2022

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to hold a regular board meeting Monday, starting at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Among the agenda items are: Consider for approval Strand Associates Task Order No. 22-03 for UD4 Sewer Rate Study. Consider for approval Resolution No. 2022-12: For Razing of Residence at 10311 195th Ave. in Bristol. Tabled […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board regular meeting May 23, 2022

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to hold a regular, semi-monthly meeting starting at 7 p.m. on Monday at Village Hall. Agenda items include: Consider for approval Resolution No. 2022-11: For Razing of Residence at 11713 212th Avenue in Bristol. Consider for approval ORDINANCE NO. 16-1-41: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 13 OF THE VILLAGE OF BRISTOL […]

Bristol Challenge 4-H projects among recipients of Youth As Resources funding

Two projects from the Bristol Challenge 4-H Club were among those selected for this year’s Youth As Resources funding United Way of Kenosha County recently announce funding towards 14 youth-led service projects in conjunction with Youth As Resources (YAR) and in partnership with University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension. YAR funds youth-designed and youth-led community […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board meeting Aug. 11, 2022

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to hold a regular semi-monthly Monday at Village Hall starting at 7 p.m. Among the agenda items are: Consider for approval ORDINANCE NO. 16-1-40: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND  CHAPTER 13 OF THE VILLAGE OF BRISTOL MUNICIPAL CODE OF ORDINANCES, ADOPTED BY THE VILLAGE OF BRISTOL, WISCONSIN, WITH REFERENCE TO ZONING (located […]

Highway CJ in Bristol to close for culvert work

From the Kenosha County Division of Highways: Kenosha County Highway CJ (Horton Road) in the Village of Bristol will have daily and nightly closures from Monday, March 28, through Thursday, March 31. The closures are to accommodate multiple culvert replacements. The road will not be passable at worksites. The daytime closures will be on Highway […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board meeting Feb. 28, 2022

The Bristol Village Board is scheudled to hold a regular, semi-monthly meeting Monday, starting at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Among the agenda items are: Discuss and consider for approval the request of Jim Purinton, Janko Group 2610 Lake Cook Rd. Ste. #100, Riverwoods, IL 60015 (Applicant) for a Zoning Map Amendment change from A-2 (General […]

Bridge reconstruction to close Highway WG through mid-summer

From the Kenosha County Division of Highways: Reconstruction of the Kenosha County Highway WG (128th Street) bridge over the Dutch Gap Canal in the Village of Bristol will close the roadway beginning the week of Feb. 21 and continuing through mid-summer. The closure will include the portion of Highway WG between Highway MB (152nd Avenue) […]

Bristol School District Board rejects selling land to village for new water tower

The Bristol School District Board at a meeting Wednesday unanimously rejected the “sale, use or donation” of school property for a new village water tower. The village is considering the construction of a 500,000-gallon water tower within Utility District 1, which serves the businesses and residences in the area around Bristol School, the industrial park […]

Presentation to Bristol Village Board on water tower says school site less expensive

Bristol Village Board members heard a presentation Monday from their consulting engineer that said building a water tower at a site owned by the Bristol School District would be less expensive than in the industrial park and provide enhanced fire protection for the school building. But some residents of a nearby subdivision urged the board […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board meeting with water tower presentation Feb. 14, 2022

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to hold a regular semi-monthly meeting Monday, starting at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Among the agenda items are: Administrators report — Discussion and answer questions regarding the water tower. This tower is to replace an aging already existing tower. The village is proposing locating it on the far […]

Spring Election 2022: Trustee election in Bristol uncontested

Bristol voters will see an uncontested village trustee election on the April 5 ballot. As of the closing of filing Tuesday, two people had filed to run for the two open trustee positions. On the ballot will be incumbent Chris Leker and former trustee Ruth Atwood, who was defeated in the 2020 election after 17 […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board regular meeting Dec. 27, 2021

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to hold a regular board meeting Monday, starting at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Among the agenda items are: Consider for approval the appointment of Municipal Judge to be effective January 2022. Consider for approval an ordiancen providing for a consolidated polling place. The full agenda is available here. […]

2021 Bristol Fire pancake breakfast

Saturday morning Bristol Fire held a pancake breakfast at their fire station, 8312 198th Ave. Entertainment was provided by the Bristol School Band and the Central High School Jazz Band. Santa was there and you could get your picture taken. Girl Scout Troop #30046 help anyone who wanted to, decorate a holiday card that would […]

2021 Bristol Fire and Rescue annual pancake breakfast is Dec. 4

The Annual Bristol Fire and Rescue Pancake Breakfast will take place Saturday, Dec. 4, from 8 to 11 a.m., at the fire station, 19801 83rd St., Bristol. Admission is two non-perishable food items per person or one unwrapped toy per person. The event will include: pancakes, Santa, Christmas music, fire trucks and station tours. Share4Tweet4 […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board regular meeting Nov. 8, 2021

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to hold a regular meeting on Monday. starting at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Among the agenda items are: Discussion and possible action regarding polling locations for 2022. Discuss and consider for approval the request of Jim Bauspies 18409 122nd Street,  Bristol, WI 53104 (Applicant) for a Land Use Plan […]

Bristol Village Board to discuss practice of single polling location

The use of a single polling location will be discussed by the Bristol Village Board at a future meeting after some citizens criticized the practice at a meeting Monday. The village formerly had voters who lived south of Highway C vote at Holy Cross Church while voters who lived north of Highway C voted at […]

K9 Riggs recovering from gunshot wound; suspect who was shot identified

The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department issued an update Friday afternoon regarding a shooting in Bristol Thursday afternoon. In that incident, sheriff’s deputies performed a traffic stop on a suspect in a Chicago homicide near Highways 45 and 50 and the suspect fled. The suspect was brought down by KCSD K9 Riggs, but the suspect shot […]

Units responding for shooting in Bristol

At about 11:29 a.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue units are responding to the area of Highway 45 and 50 for a shooting. Per dispatch transmissions: Sheriff’s deputies were on the scene with a homicide suspect. Suspect is the shooting victim. A KCSD K9 also injured. K9 is being transported to a nearby veterinary office. UPDATE […]

State grant awarded to bring more broadband internet to Paris, Brighton, Bristol

A grant that should help bring broadband internet to more of Paris, Brighton and Bristol was announced by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin Friday. A grant of $872,171 was awarded to Spectrum Mid-America, LLC for the project, which is expected to bring fiber broadband service to 918 residential locations in Paris, Brighton, and Bristol. […]

Units responding for fire in Bristol

At about 6:54 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue units are responding to a report of a vehicle fire at Highways 45 and C in Bristol. Per dispatch: This is for a vehicle fire that appears to be already out. Response can be non-emergency. Deputies who want vehicle checked for hot spots already on the scene. […]

Bristol passes flat 2022 village tax levy

The Bristol Village Board has passed a 2022 tax levy with a less than 1 percent increase. The unanimous action took place at a special board meeting following a public hearing on the village budget on Monday. The 2022 tax levy for all purposes will be $1,769,102, which is an increase of $10,894 or .62 […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board budget hearing, special meeting and regular meeting Oct. 11, 2021

The Bristol VIllage Board is scheduled to hold a series of meetings Monday at Village Hall.. First will be a budget hearing and special VIllage Board meeting starting at 6:30 p.m. The agenda includes: Presentation of the 2022 Village General Budget, Fire and Rescue and Recycling budgets. To adopt Village Tax Levy. To adopt 2022 […]

Construction at Highways Q and U scheduled for next week

From the Kenosha County Division of Highways: Reconstruction of the intersection of Kenosha County highways Q and U in the Village of Bristol is set to begin the week of Oct. 4, 2021. Beginning Monday, Oct. 4, and continuing through late fall, Highway U (136th Avenue) will be closed for a short stretch just north […]

Joe Panek honored for service to Bristol Public Works Dept.

Longtime Bristol Public Works foreman Joe Panek was honored by the Village Board at Monday’s meeting. Panek, the department’s foreman for 29 years, was presented with a plaque by village President Michael Farrell. Village officials praised Panek and thanked him for his service. “He’s been my right hand for 30 years,” said village administrator Randy […]

Agenda: Bristol Village Board regular meeting Sept. 27, 2021

The Bristol Village Board is scheduled to hold a regular meeting Monday, starting at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Among the agenda items are: Tabled item: Consider for approval Ordinance No. 2021-3: An ordinance regulating the use of scare guns. Discuss and consider for approval incentive pay for public works. Consider for approval to hire […]

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