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									                                                                       N64W23760 Main Street
                                                                       Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                          Phone (262) 246-5200
                                                                           FAX (262) 246-5222
                                                                    Email: wisussex@wi.rr.com
                                                              Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us
                                       AGENDA
                                  VILLAGE BOARD
                                VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                       7:00 PM, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 2008
                    SUSSEX VILLAGE HALL – LOWER LEVEL
* Notice the Village Board will reconvene into open session immediately following the
              closed session to consider action on agenda item 12 and 13.

1.     Roll call.

2.     Pledge of Allegiance.

3.    Consideration and possible action on minutes of the Public Hearing and Village
      Board meeting held on February 26, 2008.

4.     Communications
      A.   Village President Report. Report on meetings attended, communication,
           up-coming meetings and special recognitions including Successfully
           Sussex Awards.

5.    Committee Reports

      A.     Beautification Committee. Report on discussion and action taken at the
             previous meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled meetings.

      B.     Finance and Personnel Committee. Report on discussion and action taken
             at the previous meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled
             meetings.
             1.      Recommendation and possible action on February Check register.
             2.      Recommendation and possible action on an Initial Resolution
                     Regarding Industrial Development Revenue Bond Financing for
                     Lauterbach Group, Inc. Information with respect to the job impact
                     of the project will be available at the time of consideration of the
                     Initial Resolution.
             3.      Recommendation and possible action on resolution authorizing 2008
                     Capital Improvement Plan Borrowing and Sewer Debt Refinancing.
             4.      Consideration and possible action on resolution on use of 2007
                     Surplus Funds.
             5.      Recommendation and possible action on Ordinance Repealing
                     Chapter 1.17 Cable TV Advisory Committee.
             6.      Recommendation and possible action on Cell Phone Contract with
                     US Cellular.
      C.     Public Works Committee. Report on discussion and action taken at the
             previous meeting, future agenda items and upcoming scheduled meetings.
             1.     Recommendation and possible action on the public works bills list.
             2.     Recommendation and possible action on Developer’s Agreement
                    with the Midwest Expansion LLC.
             3.     Recommendation and possible action on Resolution accepting
                    improvements of public improvements for the Sussex Business
                    Park.
             4.     Consideration and possible action on street light on STH 164 in
                    front of Culver’s.

      D.     Water Commission. Report on discussion and action taken at the previous
             meeting, future agenda items and upcoming scheduled meetings.

6.    Staff Reports on upcoming events, projects in process, future agenda items and
      scheduled meetings.
      A.     March 18th Workshop Meeting
      B.     NIMS training trustees
      C.     April 14 Police and Fire Building Expansion Workshop

7.    Comments from citizens present.

8.    Old Business.
      A.    Consideration of Resolution adjusting the Village Fees for Planning
            Services.

9.    New Business.

10.   Consideration and possible action on resignations and appointments.

11.   Consideration and possible action on a motion to convene into executive session
      under Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(g) when conferring with legal counsel for the
      governmental body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to
      be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to
      become involved with respect to the pending litigation with Mr. Hofsted and Mr.
      Toor, owners of N62W24107 Hickory Drive and Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(e) when
      deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of
      public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive
      or bargaining reasons require a closed session with respect to the Employee Union
      Contract, and Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(c) when considering employment, promotion,
      compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which
      the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility with respect to
      the evaluation of the Village Administrator.

12.   Recommendation and possible action on resolution adjusting Village of Sussex
      wage and benefit policies for:
      A. Union Contract
       B. Personnel manual updates for vacation and per diem
       C. Wage reclassification adjustments

13.    Recommendation and possible action on Administrator’s salary and benefits for
       2008.

14.    Adjournment


                                           Tony Lapcinski
                                           Village President


                                           ________________________________
                                           Evan Teich
                                           Village Administrator


It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum of members of other governmental
bodies of the municipality may be in attendance at the above stated meeting to gather
information; no action will be taken by any governmental body at the above stated
meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to above in this notice.
Please note that, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the
needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. For additional
information or to request this service, contact Evan Teich at 246-5200.    JJS/lrs.
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                                                  VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                                                  SUSSEX, WISCONSIN

         Minutes of the public hearing held by the Village Board February 26, 2008.

         President Lapcinski called the hearing to order at 6:50 p.m.

         Trustees present:       Steve Berger, Jim Sumiec, Claire Bletcher, Jason Wegner, Jim Batzko, Joe
                                 VanderMeer and Tony Lapcinski.

         Trustees absent:        None.

         Staff present:          Administrator Evan Teich, Attorney John Macy, Assistant Administrator Jeremy
                                 Smith and Clerk-Treasurer Susan Freiheit.

         President Lapcinski read the notice of public hearing which is to hear comments from citizens on an
         ordinance to create Section 17.0418(A)(42) OF THE B-2a Regional Business District Permitted Uses,
         Section 17.0418(D)(3) of the B-2A Regional Business District Lot Area & Width, repeal and recreate
         Section 17.0418(F)(3) of the B-2A Regional Business District Setback & Yards, repeal and recreate
         Section 17.0800 entitled Signs, and repeal and recreate Section 17.1050(B)(1) entitled Membership of
         the Architectural Review Board.

         Mr. Smith reviewed the proposed ordinance changes.

         President Lapcinski opened the hearing to comments from citizens present.

         As there was no one present who wished to be heard,

         A motion by Batzko, seconded by Sumiec, to adjourn the public hearing at 6:55 p.m.     Motion carried.

                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                          Susan M. Freiheit
                                                          Clerk-Treasurer
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                                                  VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                                                  SUSSEX, WISCONSIN

         Minutes of the Village Board meeting held on February 26, 2008.

         President Lapcinski called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.

         Trustees present:       Steve Berger, Jim Sumiec, Claire Bletcher, Jason Wegner, Jim Batzko, Joe
                                 VanderMeer and Tony Lapcinski.

         Trustees absent:        None.

         Staff present:          Administrator Evan Teich, Attorney John Macy, Assistant Administrator Jeremy
                                 Smith, Dir. Of Public Works/Village Engineer Eric Nitschke and Clerk-Treasurer
                                 Susan Freiheit.

         A motion by Wegner, seconded by Bletcher, to approve the minutes of the Committee of the Whole
         meeting held on February 11, 2008 and the regular Village Board meeting held on February 12, 2008,
         both as presented.                                                                    Motion carried.

         President Lapcinski reported on meetings attended, communications, up-coming meetings and special
         recognitions including Successfully Sussex Awards.

         President Lapcinski opened the meeting to receive and update on the Waukesha Avenue Project and
         obtain Public Discussion.

         Mr. Nitschke reviewed the Waukesha Avenue Project.

         Mr. David Way, W232N6984 Waukesha Avenue, asked questions as they relate to his home. Mr.
         Nitschke stated that there will be no easements or grading done on Mr. Way’s property. Mr. Way asked
         why the sidewalk will be 6’ wide. Mr. Nitschke stated that 6’ is the absolute minimum per the Village’s
         standards to allow a bike to safely pass a pedestrian and the Village’s equipment for clearing snow on
         arterial roadway sidewalks needs to be at least 6’ wide. Mr. Way asked questions related to the angle of
         his driveway and slope. Mr. Way stated that his wife is due April 11th and will require access to the
         roadway. Mr. Nitschke stated that Mr. Way’s property will have access and that the contractor will work
         with residents.

         The Village Board will hold a workshop on March 18, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. to work on Strategic Planning.

         A motion by Berger, seconded by Wegner, to adopt an ordinance repealing Section 1.08 entitled
         Economic Development Committee. President Lapcinski and Trustees VanderMeer, Wegner, Bletcher,
         Sumiec and Berger voted “aye.” Trustee Batzko voted “No.”                             Motion carried.

         Update on Main Street Properties RFQ and Cannery Site.

         A motion by Bletcher, seconded by VanderMeer, to authorize the purchase and installation of outfield
         fences from Century Fence per their quote for the Lighted Diamond at the Village Park in the amount of
         $17,300.00 with Option #1 and to authorize the purchase and installation of outfield fences for the Central
         Diamond in the amount of $5,968.00 plus Options #2 & 3 upon receiving a donation towards the Lighted
         Diamond Fencing and includes removal of the old fencing.                                  Motion carried.

         A motion by Bletcher, seconded by Wegner, to approve the Articles of Agreement for the Cubmobile
         Derby, the Circlemasters Flying Club, and the Make-A-Wish Tournament as presented. Motion carried.
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         Village Board Minutes of February 27, 2008 – Page 2


         A motion by Bletcher, seconded by VanderMeer, to adopt an ordinance to create Section 17.0418(A)(42)
         OF THE B-2a Regional Business District Permitted Uses, Section 17.0418(D)(3) of the B-2A Regional
         Business District Lot Area & Width, repeal and recreate Section 17.0418(F)(3) of the B-2A Regional
         Business District Setback & Yards, repeal and recreate Section 17.0800 entitled Signs, and repeal and
         recreate Section 17.1050(B)(1) entitled Membership of the Architectural Review Board.
                 President Lapcinski and all Trustees present voted “aye.”                        Motion carried.

         A motion by Bletcher, seconded by Batzko, to approve the certified survey map for Midwest Expansion,
         LLC (ShopKo) at N66W25201 CTH V V adjoining Kohl’s subject to final form approval by the Village
         Engineer, and subject to the standard conditions of Exhibit A, entering into a developer’s agreement with
         the Village, providing legal water source for the building and extending that legal source of water to the
         property line in Lot A, and adjusting the CSM to reflect that the southern most lot on the CSM is being
         dedicated to the Village of Sussex.                                                         Motion carried.

         A motion by Bletcher, seconded by Sumiec, to approve the certified survey map for Robert Gregorski (on
         the Anchor Bank property at N64W24879 Main Street) conditioned upon meeting all conditions of the
         original CSM.                                                                          Motion carried.

         A motion by Batzko, seconded by VanderMeer, to approve the resolution accepting the Fire Grant from
         the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
                President Lapcinski and all Trustees present voted “aye.”                      Motion carried.

         As there was no one present who wished to be heard, the Board remained in regular session.

         A motion by Bletcher, seconded by VanderMeer, to award the contract to Vinton Construction for
         completion of the Waukesha Avenue Project in the amount of $1,443,932.48 with a contingency of
         $150,000.00.                                                                          Motion carried.

         A motion by Batzko, seconded by Sumiec, to accept the agreement with Yaggy Colby and Associates to
         provide Architectural and Engineering Services for the Police and Fire Expansion Project in the following
         amounts, Schematic Design Phase (Phase 1) in the amount of $34,000, for the Design Development
         Phase, Construction Documents Phase and Bidding or Negotiation Phase (Phase II) in the amount of
         6.5% of the Construction Cost, and the Construction Phase (Phase III) in the amount of $3,400 per
         month. Prior to Phase II or III proceeding; the Village Board must authorize those phases at another
         Village Board meeting per the agreement and conditioned upon final review and approval by the Village
         Staff.                                                                                    Motion carried.

         A motion by VanderMeer, seconded by Batzko, to adjourn the meeting at 8:47 p.m.            Motion carried.

                                                           Respectfully submitted,

                                                           Susan M. Freiheit
                                                           Clerk-Treasurer

         (A copy of all ordinances and resolutions adopted at this meeting can be found on file at the Village
         Clerk's Office.)
AGENDA

                                                                                     N64W23760 Main Street
                                                                                     Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                                        Phone (262) 246-5200
                                                                                         FAX (262) 246-5222
                                                                                  Email: wisussex@wi.rr.com
                                                                            Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us


                                          MEMORANDUM
         To:    Village Board

         From: Jeremy Smith

         Re:    Village Board Meeting

         Date: 3/05/2008

         4.A. Village President Report. Report on meetings attended, communication, up-
         coming meetings and special recognitions including Successfully Sussex Awards.

         5.B.1. Staff recommends approval of the February check register in the amount of
         $3,018,647.91. Approximately $2.3 million is in tax disbursements, and $250,000 is for
         the WWTF expansion project. Please see the check register for more information.

         5.B.2. Staff recommends approval of the Initial Resolution Regarding Industrial
         Development Revenue Bond Financing for Lauterbach Group, Inc. The Village participation
         allows the bond recipient to get a lower bond rate, but the Village does not have any liability
         with the bonds. This would allow for a public hearing to be held to pass a final resolution in
         about a month on these IRB’s. The Village has done a few of these in the past year. Please
         see the resolution for more information.

         5.B.3. Staff recommends approval of the resolution authorizing 2008 Capital
         Improvement Plan Borrowing and Sewer Debt Refinancing. Dave Anderson the Village’s
         financial advisor will be on hand to explain the options. The Village will only be
         borrowing for the 2008 portion to allow time to discuss what if any borrowing would occur
         for the 2009 and beyond cycle. Board action is necessary at this meeting in order for the
         bids to come in time for the April Board meeting, and in turn for the Village to receive the
         cash in time to pay the State of Wisconsin on the Sewer refinancing by May 1, 2008.
         Please see the memo from Dave Anderson for more information.

         5.B.4. Staff recommends approval of the resolution on use of the 2007 Surplus Funds.
         The Village produced a surplus in 2007 even with the extra snow removal efforts. Please
         see staff’s recommendations on the use of the funds.

         5.B.5. Staff recommends approval of the on Ordinance Repealing Chapter 1.17 Cable TV
         Advisory Committee. The committee has not met in years and with cable deregulation
         there is little purpose to the committee any more. See the Ordinance for more information.

         5.B.6. Staff recommends approval of the Cell Phone Contract with US Cellular. US
         Cellular won the state contract for the next three years. With the new state rates the Village
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         will save around $250 per month or $3,000. The Village did price out competitors and US
         Cellular with the State contract was low. Please see the agreement for more information.

         5.C.1. Staff recommends approval of bills for payment in the amount of $300,844.64.
         Please see the bills for more information.

         5.C.2. Staff recommends approval of the on Developer’s Agreement with the Midwest
         Expansion LLC. They are the developers of the Shopko. This developer’s agreement
         allows for the public main installation and guides their development from a legal
         perspective. Please see the agreement for more information.

         5.C.3. Staff recommends approval of the resolution accepting improvements of public
         improvements for the Sussex Business Park. This was completed many years ago, but the
         Village never formally accepted the improvements. MLG has asked for that formal
         acceptance. There are no reasons at this point not to do so. Please see the resolution for
         more information.

         5.C.4. Staff recommends approval of the street light on STH 164 in front of Culver’s.
         There is a gap in the street light pattern by Culver’s between where North Shore Bank
         and Starbucks installed their lights and where Waukesha State Bank is installing there’s.
         You can’t really skip this light or the cost to come back and have it installed later is
         dramatically higher, besides the fact that it would look odd. The Village has no means
         currently to charge Culver’s for the light so staff is recommending the Village pay for
         this one light to keep the pattern in line. The money will come from the Public Works
         Street Light Budget. Please see the cost sheet and diagram from We Energies for more
         information.


         6.     Staff Reports will have updates on the following meetings.
                A.     March 18th Workshop Meeting
                B.     NIMS training trustees
                C.     April 14 Police and Fire Building Expansion Workshop

         8.A. Staff recommends approval of the Resolution adjusting the Village Fees for
         Planning Services. The Village Board gave direction to staff in the 2008 budget to adjust
         planning fees to generate approximately $5,000 in new revenue to offset the costs of
         providing planning services. The staff did a review of costs to perform certain services
         and compared them to neighboring communities. The Plan Commission recommended
         approval of the fees listed in the resolution. Please see the resolution and fee comparison
         memo for more information.

         11.     Consideration and possible action on a motion to convene into executive session
         under Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(g) when conferring with legal counsel for the governmental
         body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the
         body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved with respect
         to the pending litigation with Mr. Hofsted and Mr. Toor, owners of N62W24107 Hickory
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         Drive and Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(e) when deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of
         public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public
         business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session with
         respect to the Employee Union Contract, and Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(c) when considering
         employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public
         employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility
         with respect to the evaluation of the Village Administrator.

         12.     Staff recommends approval of the resolution adjusting Village of Sussex wage and
         benefits policies for the Union Contract, Personnel manual updates for vacation and per
         diem, and wage reclassification adjustments. This comprehensive package starts the
         Village down the path of addressing the goals the Village Board set for wage and benefit
         standards in the Village. The funds to pay for the 2008 impact of these policies were
         included in the 2008 budget. Please see the resolution and exhibits for more information.

         13.     The Village Board may have a recommendation on the Administrator’s salary and
         benefits for 2008.
AGENDA

                                                                                     N64W23760 Main Street
                                                                                     Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                                        Phone (262) 246-5200
                                                                                         FAX (262) 246-5222
                                                                                  Email: wisussex@wi.rr.com
                                                                            Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us


                                          MEMORANDUM
         To:    Village Board

         From: Jeremy Smith

         Re:    Village Board Meeting

         Date: 3/05/2008

         4.A. Village President Report. Report on meetings attended, communication, up-
         coming meetings and special recognitions including Successfully Sussex Awards.

         5.B.1. Staff recommends approval of the February check register in the amount of
         $3,018,647.91. Approximately $2.3 million is in tax disbursements, and $250,000 is for
         the WWTF expansion project. Please see the check register for more information.

         5.B.2. Staff recommends approval of the Initial Resolution Regarding Industrial
         Development Revenue Bond Financing for Lauterbach Group, Inc. The Village participation
         allows the bond recipient to get a lower bond rate, but the Village does not have any liability
         with the bonds. This would allow for a public hearing to be held to pass a final resolution in
         about a month on these IRB’s. The Village has done a few of these in the past year. Please
         see the resolution for more information.

         5.B.3. Staff recommends approval of the resolution authorizing 2008 Capital
         Improvement Plan Borrowing and Sewer Debt Refinancing. Dave Anderson the Village’s
         financial advisor will be on hand to explain the options. The Village will only be
         borrowing for the 2008 portion to allow time to discuss what if any borrowing would occur
         for the 2009 and beyond cycle. Board action is necessary at this meeting in order for the
         bids to come in time for the April Board meeting, and in turn for the Village to receive the
         cash in time to pay the State of Wisconsin on the Sewer refinancing by May 1, 2008.
         Please see the memo from Dave Anderson for more information.

         5.B.4. Staff recommends approval of the resolution on use of the 2007 Surplus Funds.
         The Village produced a surplus in 2007 even with the extra snow removal efforts. Please
         see staff’s recommendations on the use of the funds.

         5.B.5. Staff recommends approval of the on Ordinance Repealing Chapter 1.17 Cable TV
         Advisory Committee. The committee has not met in years and with cable deregulation
         there is little purpose to the committee any more. See the Ordinance for more information.

         5.B.6. Staff recommends approval of the Cell Phone Contract with US Cellular. US
         Cellular won the state contract for the next three years. With the new state rates the Village
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         will save around $250 per month or $3,000. The Village did price out competitors and US
         Cellular with the State contract was low. Please see the agreement for more information.

         5.C.1. Staff recommends approval of bills for payment in the amount of $300,844.64.
         Please see the bills for more information.

         5.C.2. Staff recommends approval of the on Developer’s Agreement with the Midwest
         Expansion LLC. They are the developers of the Shopko. This developer’s agreement
         allows for the public main installation and guides their development from a legal
         perspective. Please see the agreement for more information.

         5.C.3. Staff recommends approval of the resolution accepting improvements of public
         improvements for the Sussex Business Park. This was completed many years ago, but the
         Village never formally accepted the improvements. MLG has asked for that formal
         acceptance. There are no reasons at this point not to do so. Please see the resolution for
         more information.

         5.C.4. Staff recommends approval of the street light on STH 164 in front of Culver’s.
         There is a gap in the street light pattern by Culver’s between where North Shore Bank
         and Starbucks installed their lights and where Waukesha State Bank is installing there’s.
         You can’t really skip this light or the cost to come back and have it installed later is
         dramatically higher, besides the fact that it would look odd. The Village has no means
         currently to charge Culver’s for the light so staff is recommending the Village pay for
         this one light to keep the pattern in line. The money will come from the Public Works
         Street Light Budget. Please see the cost sheet and diagram from We Energies for more
         information.


         6.     Staff Reports will have updates on the following meetings.
                A.     March 18th Workshop Meeting
                B.     NIMS training trustees
                C.     April 14 Police and Fire Building Expansion Workshop

         8.A. Staff recommends approval of the Resolution adjusting the Village Fees for
         Planning Services. The Village Board gave direction to staff in the 2008 budget to adjust
         planning fees to generate approximately $5,000 in new revenue to offset the costs of
         providing planning services. The staff did a review of costs to perform certain services
         and compared them to neighboring communities. The Plan Commission recommended
         approval of the fees listed in the resolution. Please see the resolution and fee comparison
         memo for more information.

         11.     Consideration and possible action on a motion to convene into executive session
         under Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(g) when conferring with legal counsel for the governmental
         body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the
         body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved with respect
         to the pending litigation with Mr. Hofsted and Mr. Toor, owners of N62W24107 Hickory
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         Drive and Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(e) when deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of
         public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public
         business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session with
         respect to the Employee Union Contract, and Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(c) when considering
         employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public
         employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility
         with respect to the evaluation of the Village Administrator.

         12.     Staff recommends approval of the resolution adjusting Village of Sussex wage and
         benefits policies for the Union Contract, Personnel manual updates for vacation and per
         diem, and wage reclassification adjustments. This comprehensive package starts the
         Village down the path of addressing the goals the Village Board set for wage and benefit
         standards in the Village. The funds to pay for the 2008 impact of these policies were
         included in the 2008 budget. Please see the resolution and exhibits for more information.

         13.     The Village Board may have a recommendation on the Administrator’s salary and
         benefits for 2008.
AGENDA

                                                             VILLAGE OF SUSSEX                                                                     03/03/08 11:27 AM
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                                                               CHECK REGISTER
                                                                Period Name: FEBRUARY


   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                       Amount Comments                               Account Descr
       Date
    1/31/2008    042421    WI EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ASSOC.    -$300.00   VOID CHECK                         E 620-53610-100-349 Other Operating Supplies
     2/8/2008    042424    DAVIS & KUELTHAU, S.C.             $675.00   UNION NEGOTIATIONS-ATTORNEY FEES   G 620-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042424    DAVIS & KUELTHAU, S.C.           $1,350.00   UNION NEGOTIATIONS-ATTORNEY FEES   G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042424    DAVIS & KUELTHAU, S.C.             $675.00   UNION NEGOTIATIONS-ATTORNEY FEES   G 610-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042425    GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS              $64.00   MINITOR V NIMH BATTERY             G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042426    HAZZARD COFFEE SERVICE              $28.00   COFFEE                             G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042427    PENN VALLEY PUMP CO.             $2,390.72   PUMP FRAME                         G 620-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042428    SACKETT, MEGAN L                    $22.31   MILEAGE                            G 250-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042428    SACKETT, MEGAN L                    $51.51   MILEAGE                            E 250-55350-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042429    WCTC BILLING DEPT                $1,587.86   SCHOOLING                          E 100-52200-000-324 Schooling & Dues
     2/8/2008    042429    WCTC BILLING DEPT                  $320.00   SCHOOLING                          G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042430    WE ENERGIES                        $311.97   ELECTRIC                           E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
     2/8/2008    042430    WE ENERGIES                        $163.30   ELECTRIC                           G 620-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042430    WE ENERGIES                         $79.03   ELECTRIC                           E 100-53420-000-224 Utilities--Electric
     2/8/2008    042430    WE ENERGIES                        $111.30   ELECTRIC                           G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042430    WE ENERGIES                         $29.47   ELECTRIC                           E 640-53650-000-224 Utilities--Electric
     2/8/2008    042430    WE ENERGIES                         $15.37   ELECTRIC                           G 640-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042430    WE ENERGIES                        $420.18   ELECTRIC                           G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042430    WE ENERGIES                        $743.72   ELECTRIC                           E 100-55200-000-224 Utilities--Electric
     2/8/2008    042431    WE ENERGIES - EVERETT ST.          $139.77   GAS                                G 250-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042431    WE ENERGIES - EVERETT ST.          $228.13   ELECTRIC                           E 250-51600-000-224 Utilities--Electric
     2/8/2008    042431    WE ENERGIES - EVERETT ST.          $119.02   ELECTRIC                           G 250-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042431    WE ENERGIES - EVERETT ST.          $267.90   GAS                                E 250-51600-000-222 Utilities--Heat
     2/8/2008    042432    AARONIN STEEL SALES INC.           $231.84   MISC                               E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
     2/8/2008    042433    AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL                $156.76   UNIFORMS                           E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
     2/8/2008    042433    AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL                $208.91   UNIFORMS                           E 620-53610-100-349 Other Operating Supplies
     2/8/2008    042433    AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL                $156.78   UNIFORMS                           E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
     2/8/2008    042433    AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL                $115.58   UNIFORMS                           E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
     2/8/2008    042434    BEACON ATHLETICS                 $1,061.50   HOMEPLATE, BASES, ETC              E 100-55200-000-391 Baseball Diamonds
     2/8/2008    042435    BEAR GRAPHICS, INC.                $307.77   TALLY SLIPS, ENVELOPES, ETC.       E 100-51440-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042436    BRUCE MUNICIPAL EQUIPMENT          $146.86   WASHER, SKID SHOE BRACKET          E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
     2/8/2008    042437    COOK AUTO SUPPLY                   $307.20   SQUEEGES, WASHING BRUSHES          E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
     2/8/2008    042438    CULLIGAN - SENIORS                  $17.89   SOLAR SALT                         E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     2/8/2008    042439    DAIRYLAND-HAMILTON, INC.         $1,208.69   JAN SHUTTLE SERVICE                E 250-54601-000-933 Transportation Expenses
     2/8/2008    042440    DELANEY, BRENDA                     $32.00   REFUND BADGERETTE POM              R 250-510-46710 Registration Fees
     2/8/2008    042441    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER      $906.02   DIESEL                             G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
     2/8/2008    042442    EVERS, DONNA M                      $52.50   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT              E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
     2/8/2008    042442    EVERS, DONNA M                      $20.00   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT              E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
     2/8/2008    042442    EVERS, DONNA M                      $20.00   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT              E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
     2/8/2008    042442    EVERS, DONNA M                       $7.50   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT              E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
     2/8/2008    042443    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES         $12.93   MISC                               E 610-53700-000-933 Transportation Expenses
     2/8/2008    042443    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES         $37.25   MISC                               E 100-53311-000-348 Tools
     2/8/2008    042443    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES         $15.49   MISC                               E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
AGENDA
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                      Amount Comments                            Account Descr
       Date
     2/8/2008    042443    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES        $56.76   MISC                            E 620-53610-100-330 Transportation
     2/8/2008    042443    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES        $78.07   MISC                            E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     2/8/2008    042443    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES        $21.22   MISC                            E 100-52200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     2/8/2008    042443    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES        $22.90   MISC                            G 620-18702 Const In Prog--Facilities Plan
     2/8/2008    042444    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.            $80.80   OXYGEN                          E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
     2/8/2008    042444    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.            $47.74   CYLINDER RENTAL                 E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
     2/8/2008    042445    GRAINGER                           $17.25   RETAINING COMPOUND              E 620-53610-200-249 Maint--General Plant
     2/8/2008    042445    GRAINGER                           $31.70   MOTOR MOUNTING BASE             E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
     2/8/2008    042445    GRAINGER                           $11.70   LAMP                            E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
     2/8/2008    042445    GRAINGER                          -$52.40   SPLICE KIT                      R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
     2/8/2008    042446    HAWKINS, INC.                   $1,191.03   SOD SILICATE, SOD HYPO          E 610-53700-000-631 Treatment-Chemicals
     2/8/2008    042447    HYS MARKETING PRODUCT             $517.49   PADFOLIO'S                      E 100-51410-000-180 Human Resources
     2/8/2008    042448    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457         $477.76   DEFERRED COMPENSATION           G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
     2/8/2008    042448    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457       $1,436.79   DEFERRED COMPENSATION           G 100-21521 ICMA Withheld
     2/8/2008    042449    KULA, MEAGAN                       $76.76   MILEAGE                         E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042450    LARSON, ANDREW                    $425.91   TAX OVERAGE                     G 100-21910 Tax Check Change
     2/8/2008    042451    LOCAL NO. 3086                    $587.25   FEB UNION DUES                  G 100-21550 Union Dues Withheld
     2/8/2008    042452    MADISON TRUCK EQUIPMENT INC        $80.46   STROBE LIGHT                    G 610-18373 Transportation Equipment
     2/8/2008    042452    MADISON TRUCK EQUIPMENT INC       $161.79   1 TON-N/S 009-R2HDPA            E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     2/8/2008    042452    MADISON TRUCK EQUIPMENT INC       $161.79   #11 TRUCK-N/S 009-R2HDPA        E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     2/8/2008    042453    MARTIN, THOMAS O.                 $267.10   MILEAGE                         E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042454    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                $119.00   3/8" DRIVER DRILL KIT           E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     2/8/2008    042454    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                $134.97   RUG, TOGGLE BOLTS, ETC.         E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     2/8/2008    042454    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                 $95.55   BALLAST, SHOPLIGHT, ETC.        E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     2/8/2008    042454    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                 $20.85   TUBING CUTTER, CLEANING BRUSH   E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
     2/8/2008    042454    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                 $43.78   LIGHT BULBS, ETC.               E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     2/8/2008    042455    MIKEL, DANA                        $39.00   REFUND BADGERETTE POM           R 250-510-46710 Registration Fees
     2/8/2008    042456    MILLIKEN BUILDERS               $1,000.00   N63W23524 SILVER SPRING         G 100-23230 Occupancy Deposits
     2/8/2008    042457    NASSCO INC.                       $199.34   RAG ON A ROLL                   E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
     2/8/2008    042457    NASSCO INC.                       $299.03   RAG ON A ROLL                   E 610-53700-000-935 Maint--Genl Plant &
     2/8/2008    042458    NELS H ANDERSON REV LIV TRUST     $193.67   TAX OVERAGE                     G 100-21910 Tax Check Change
     2/8/2008    042458    NELS H ANDERSON REV LIV TRUST     $868.17   TAX OVERAGE                     G 100-21910 Tax Check Change
     2/8/2008    042459    NIKLASCH, KEVIN                    $10.00   REFUND OVERPAYMENT              R 100-999-48210 Park Rent
     2/8/2008    042460    NORTH CENTRAL LAB                 $523.75   SUPPLIES                        E 620-53610-300-420 Lab Supplies--Treatment
     2/8/2008    042461    NORTH SHORE BANK, FSB             $888.71   DEFERRED COMPENSATION           G 100-21520 North Shore Withheld
     2/8/2008    042462    ORIONWEB LLC                      $186.25   ADDITIONAL PAGE, UPDATES        E 100-51490-000-347 Community
     2/8/2008    042463    PIGGLY WIGGLY                     $586.10   MISC                            E 250-54602-000-580 Meal Site Costs
     2/8/2008    042463    PIGGLY WIGGLY                      $17.71   MISC                            E 100-53311-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042464    POCKET PRESS, INC                  $16.98   CRIMINAL CODE OF WI             E 100-52100-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042465    PROVEN POWER                       $35.52   HOSE-PLOW TRUCK                 E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     2/8/2008    042466    RECHLIN, GREG                     $300.00   N77W23000 S COLDWATER           G 100-23230 Occupancy Deposits
     2/8/2008    042467    REDIGAS                           $640.95   RESIDENTIAL GAS                 E 100-55200-000-222 Utilities--Heat
     2/8/2008    042468    SCHENK, WENDY                      $10.00   REFUND LATE FEE                 R 250-655-46710 Registration Fees
     2/8/2008    042469    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC            $208.50   TESTING                         E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
     2/8/2008    042470    SHARP ELECTRONICS CORP.         $5,330.93   COPIER                          G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
     2/8/2008    042471    SYSCO                             $546.60   MEALS                           E 250-54602-000-580 Meal Site Costs
     2/8/2008    042471    SYSCO                              $62.04   MEALS                           E 250-54602-000-580 Meal Site Costs
     2/8/2008    042471    SYSCO                             $307.26   SUPPLIES                        E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     2/8/2008    042471    SYSCO                               $6.67   MEALS                           E 250-54602-000-580 Meal Site Costs
AGENDA
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                      Amount Comments                             Account Descr
       Date
     2/8/2008    042472    TIME WARNER CABLE - COM CTR      $109.95   ROADRUNNER                        E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042473    U.S. CELLULAR #200436964          $85.80   CELL PHONE                        E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
     2/8/2008    042473    U.S. CELLULAR #200436964          $19.15   CELL PHONE                        E 640-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
     2/8/2008    042473    U.S. CELLULAR #200436964          $19.14   CELL PHONE                        E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
     2/8/2008    042473    U.S. CELLULAR #200436964          $19.14   CELL PHONE                        E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
     2/8/2008    042473    U.S. CELLULAR #200436964          $42.90   CELL PHONE                        E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
     2/8/2008    042473    U.S. CELLULAR #200436964          $19.14   CELL PHONE                        E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
     2/8/2008    042474    UNITED P/H SUPPLY CO.            $300.68   URINAL VALVE, MISC                E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     2/8/2008    042475    USA HEATING & COOLING            $320.20   REPLACED V-BELTS, WELL HOUSE #5   E 610-53700-000-935 Maint--Genl Plant &
     2/8/2008    042475    USA HEATING & COOLING            $726.20   REPLACED REGULATOR                E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
     2/8/2008    042476    WAUKESHA STATE & EVERS           $300.00   2ND HALF H.S.A.                   E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
     2/8/2008    042476    WAUKESHA STATE & EVERS           $787.50   2ND HALF H.S.A.                   E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
     2/8/2008    042476    WAUKESHA STATE & EVERS           $112.50   2ND HALF H.S.A.                   E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
     2/8/2008    042476    WAUKESHA STATE & EVERS           $300.00   2ND HALF H.S.A.                   E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
     2/8/2008    042477    WI CITY/CTY MANAGEMENT -EXEC      $62.67   MEMBERSHIP DUES-TEICH             E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042477    WI CITY/CTY MANAGEMENT -EXEC      $31.34   MEMBERSHIP DUES-TEICH             E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
     2/8/2008    042477    WI CITY/CTY MANAGEMENT -EXEC      $31.34   MEMBERSHIP DUES-TEICH             E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
     2/8/2008    042478    WI COACH LINES, INC.             $375.00   SENIOR TRIP 2/22                  E 250-54600-000-404 Senior Trips
     2/8/2008    042479    WI EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT988       $300.00   INVENTORY FEE                     E 620-53610-100-349 Other Operating Supplies
     2/8/2008    042480    WI SCTF                          $451.84   CHILD SUPPORT                     G 100-21555 Child Support
     2/8/2008    042481    WI STEAM CLEANER                 $601.96   REPAIR PRESSURE WASHER            E 620-53610-300-245 Maint--Trmt & Disposal
     2/8/2008    042482    WIESE, JOHN OR MONIKA             $85.98   TAX OVERAGE                       G 100-21910 Tax Check Change
     2/8/2008    042483    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-BUTLE   $151.97   FLAT REPAIR                       E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     2/8/2008    042484    ZOELLICK, GREGORY R               $96.46   MILEAGE                           E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
     2/8/2008    042484    ZOELLICK, GREGORY R               $14.14   SUPPLIES                          E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
    2/15/2008    042490    24 HR. HYDRAULIC SERVICE         $159.00   #21 REPAIR AUGER                  E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/15/2008    042490    24 HR. HYDRAULIC SERVICE         $159.00   #9 AUGER/SPINNER SPEED            E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                      $30.83   MISC                              E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                      -$5.38   MISC                              E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                       $2.06   MISC                              E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                      $21.15   MISC                              E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                       $9.82   MISC                              E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                     $106.72   MISC                              E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                      $20.31   MISC                              E 620-53610-200-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                     $200.23   MISC                              E 100-53311-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                       $5.38   MISC                              E 100-53311-000-348 Tools
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                       $9.89   MISC                              E 100-52200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                       $6.87   MISC                              E 100-52200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                      $12.58   MISC                              E 100-52200-000-246 Maint--Radio
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                       $9.15   MISC                              E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                      $46.21   MISC                              E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                     $763.60   MISC                              E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                      $72.44   MISC                              E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/15/2008    042491    ACE HARDWARE                      $48.26   MISC                              E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.       $26.20   ALARMS                            E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.       $65.35   ALARMS                            E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.       $33.50   ALARMS                            E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.       $26.55   ALARMS                            E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.       $26.38   ALARMS                            E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
AGENDA
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                      Amount Comments                          Account Descr
       Date
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $30.42   ALARMS                        E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $30.42   ALARMS                        E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $26.82   ALARMS                        E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $26.82   ALARMS                        E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    2/15/2008    042492    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $50.00   ALARMS                        E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    2/15/2008    042493    AMERICAN MESSAGING                 $56.14   PAGERS                        E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $85.20   PHONE                         E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                  $110.18   PHONE                         E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                  $110.29   PHONE                         E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                  $108.10   PHONE                         E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $71.28   PHONE                         E 100-52100-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $76.51   PHONE                         E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $58.22   PHONE                         E 100-51510-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                  $384.98   PHONE                         E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $59.31   PHONE                         E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                  $287.71   PHONE                         E 620-53610-200-243 Maint--Collection Pump
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $99.70   PHONE                         E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $32.81   PHONE                         E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                  $279.57   PHONE                         E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                  $592.52   PHONE                         G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $49.22   PHONE                         E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $32.82   PHONE                         R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
    2/15/2008    042494    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $25.11   PHONE                         E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042495    AT&T                              $464.75   PHONE                         R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
    2/15/2008    042495    AT&T                               $14.95   PARK RECORDED MESSAGE         E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042496    AT&T AZ                            $26.59   PHONE                         E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042496    AT&T AZ                             $7.36   PHONE                         E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042497    BADGER METER, INC.                $577.84   2" ORION                      G 610-19346 Meters--Water
    2/15/2008    042498    BATTERIES PLUS - 543               $19.96   2.5V 170MAH NICD              E 100-52200-000-246 Maint--Radio
    2/15/2008    042499    BLETCHER, TIMOTHY J.              $137.00   EYE EXAM, FRAME, LENSES       E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    2/15/2008    042499    BLETCHER, TIMOTHY J.               $96.50   SAFETY GLASSES                E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING        $20.26   A/P CHECKS                    E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING         $6.08   A/P CHECKS                    E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING        $55.71   A/P CHECKS                    E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING        $15.20   A/P CHECKS                    E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING         $5.07   A/P CHECKS                    E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING        $15.20   A/P CHECKS                    E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING         $5.07   A/P CHECKS                    E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING        $30.40   A/P CHECKS                    E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING        $30.40   A/P CHECKS                    E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING         $5.07   A/P CHECKS                    E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042500    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING        $14.18   A/P CHECKS                    E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042501    CANDY BASKETS & BLOOMS             $48.00   FLOWERS-FLEISCHMANN           E 100-51410-000-180 Human Resources
    2/15/2008    042502    CAREER TRACK                      $195.00   REGISTRATION                  E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042503    COMMAND CENTRAL                   $750.00   OPTECH IIIPE HARDWARE MAINT   E 100-51440-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042504    CTW CORPORATION                   $208.73   VALVE ASSEMBLY, BALL, ETC.    E 610-53700-000-635 Trtmt-Maint of
    2/15/2008    042505    DAB                               $518.88   JANUARY AMB COLLECTIONS       E 100-51510-000-290 Contractual Fees
    2/15/2008    042506    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER   $1,761.87   DIESEL                        G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
    2/15/2008    042506    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER     $561.00   GASOLINE                      G 100-16110 Inventory
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                              Account Descr
       Date
    2/15/2008    042506    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER       $313.50   DIESEL                            G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
    2/15/2008    042506    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER     $1,184.01   DIESEL                            G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
    2/15/2008    042507    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.              $76.00   OXYGEN                            E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
    2/15/2008    042508    J.F. COOK CO., INC.               $1,808.00   REPAIR & REPLACE SPRINGS, ETC.    E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/15/2008    042509    LAKE COUNTRY PUBLICATIONS           $226.08   PUBLISHING                        E 100-51490-000-326 Printing & Publishing
    2/15/2008    042509    LAKE COUNTRY PUBLICATIONS            $21.07   PUBLISHING                        E 100-51440-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042509    LAKE COUNTRY PUBLICATIONS            $54.66   PUBLISHING                        E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    2/15/2008    042510    MARTIN, THOMAS O.                    $50.00   EYE EXAM-DANIEL                   E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/15/2008    042511    MTAW                                 $25.00   CONF REGISTRATION                 E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042511    MTAW                                 $50.00   CONF REGISTRATION                 E 100-51420-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042511    MTAW                                 $25.00   CONF REGISTRATION                 E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    2/15/2008    042512    NASSCO INC.                          $99.07   WIPER WYPALL X60 BLUE HYDROKNIT   E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042513    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.          $121.92   MAINT & COPY COSTS                E 100-51420-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    2/15/2008    042513    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.           $79.00   MAINT                             E 100-51420-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    2/15/2008    042513    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.           $13.31   COPY COSTS                        E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042514    PRO HEALTH CARE MEDICAL CENTER       $82.00   MEDICAL COSTS                     E 100-52200-000-294 Contract--Medical Fees
    2/15/2008    042514    PRO HEALTH CARE MEDICAL CENTER       $45.00   MEDICAL COSTS                     E 100-52200-000-294 Contract--Medical Fees
    2/15/2008    042514    PRO HEALTH CARE MEDICAL CENTER       $65.00   MEDICAL COSTS                     E 100-52200-000-294 Contract--Medical Fees
    2/15/2008    042515    PVS TECHNOLOGIES INC.             $4,330.49   FERRIC CHLORIDE                   E 620-53610-300-411 Phosphorus Removal
    2/15/2008    042516    RELIANCE TITLE SERVICES, L.L.C      $466.69   TAX OVERAGE                       G 100-21910 Tax Check Change
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $2,072.50   WELL 6 & 7                        G 610-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $52.50   WAUKESHA STATE BANK               G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                    $534.76   MIDWEST EXPANSION-SHOPKO          G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                 $21,274.29   WAUKESHA AVE RD PROGRAM           G 410-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                    $185.25   2007 ROAD PROGRAM                 G 410-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $1,199.51   LOGANS RUN                        G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                 $14,896.37   DUAL FORCE MAIN                   G 620-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $67.50   PINE RIDGE PHASE 3                G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $1,436.91   BRADDOCK PLACE PHASE 3            G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $2,149.10   PHEASANT RUN                      G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $80.25   COLDWATER CREEK PHASE 4 & 5       G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $2,019.20   COLOR INK ADDITION                G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $93.75   WEB HOSTING SERV                  G 620-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $93.75   WEB HOSTING SERVICES              G 610-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                    $187.50   WEB HOSTING SERV                  G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                    $528.75   GIS WEB APP                       G 410-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $39.38   MISC GIS                          G 610-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $39.38   MISC GIS                          G 610-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $78.74   MISC GIS                          G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $86.50   MISC ENG                          G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                    $330.50   STH 74 UTILITY COORDUBATE         G 410-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042517    RUEKERT & MIELKE                    $181.35   MAJESTIC HEIGHTS                  G 710-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042518    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC              $188.00   TESTING                           E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
    2/15/2008    042519    STEINMETZ, LINDA R                    $5.55   MILEAGE                           E 100-51420-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042519    STEINMETZ, LINDA R                    $2.78   MILEAGE                           E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    2/15/2008    042519    STEINMETZ, LINDA R                    $2.78   MILEAGE                           E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042520    THALKE, JAMES E.                     $50.00   AMPLIFIER                         E 620-53610-300-245 Maint--Trmt & Disposal
    2/15/2008    042521    TIME WARNER CABLE - ST/P             $27.49   ROADRUNNER                        E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042521    TIME WARNER CABLE - ST/P             $82.46   ROADRUNNER                        E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
AGENDA
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                          Amount Comments                       Account Descr
       Date
    2/15/2008    042522    TIME WARNER CABLE -FIRE                $89.95   ROADRUNNER                 E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042523    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                   $28.08   ROADRUNNER                 E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042523    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                   $20.06   ROADRUNNER                 E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042523    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                   $20.06   ROADRUNNER                 E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042523    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                   $30.09   ROADRUNNER                 E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042523    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                   $30.09   ROADRUNNER                 E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    2/15/2008    042523    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                   $50.14   ROADRUNNER                 E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042523    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                   $22.06   ROADRUNNER                 E 100-51510-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669                $6.32   CELL PHONE                 E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669               $21.45   CELL PHONE                 E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669               $23.72   CELL PHONE                 E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669               $23.73   CELL PHONE                 E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669               $15.81   CELL PHONE                 E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669               $22.82   CELL PHONE                 E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669               $63.70   CELL PHONE                 E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669               $31.73   CELL PHONE                 E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/15/2008    042524    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669               $23.72   CELL PHONE                 E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    2/15/2008    042525    UNITED P/H SUPPLY CO.                 $137.47   GATE VALVE, NIPPLE         E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/15/2008    042526    VEOLIA - IL                           $442.46   MAIN ST REMOVAL            G 410-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042526    VEOLIA - IL                           $200.00   EXCHANGE-CHRISTMAS TREES   E 100-53635-000-290 Contractual Fees
    2/15/2008    042527    VULCAN MATERIALS COMPANY              $695.00   OVERAGE DNR FEES           G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042528    WAUKESHA CTY DEPT. OF PW 220       $15,907.13   SALT                       G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/15/2008    042528    WAUKESHA CTY DEPT. OF PW 220        $4,753.13   SALT                       E 100-53311-000-376 Salt & Sand
    2/15/2008    042529    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148                $7.50   SEMINAR                    E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    2/15/2008    042529    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148               $15.00   SEMINAR                    E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042529    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148               $10.00   SEMINAR                    E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042529    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148               $15.00   SEMINAR                    E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042529    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148               $15.00   SEMINAR                    E 100-51420-000-390 Expenses
    2/15/2008    042529    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148                $7.50   SEMINAR                    E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    2/15/2008    042530    WAUSAU EQUIPMENT CO., INC.            $262.00   CURVED SHOEWINTER          E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/15/2008    042531    WCTC-BOOKSTORE                        $922.90   SCHOOLING/BOOKS            E 100-52200-000-324 Schooling & Dues
    2/15/2008    042532    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC              $8,880.42   ELECTRIC                   E 620-53610-300-224 Utilities--Electric
    2/15/2008    042532    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC              $1,014.02   ELECTRIC                   E 100-52200-000-224 Utilities--Electric
    2/15/2008    042533    WE ENERGIES - GAS                   $8,556.77   GAS                        E 620-53610-300-222 Utilities--Heat
    2/15/2008    042534    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M                  $16.00   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT      E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/15/2008    042534    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M                  $14.00   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT      E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/15/2008    042534    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M                   $2.50   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT      E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/15/2008    042534    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M                   $7.50   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT      E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    2/15/2008    042534    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M                   $2.50   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT      E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/15/2008    042534    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M                   $7.50   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT      E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    2/15/2008    042535    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                     $45.00   RECORD CHECKS              R 100-000-44120 Operator's Licenses
    2/18/2008    042536    ARROWHEAD UNION HIGH SCHOOL         $8,826.65   TAX PAYOUTS                G 810-24612 Taxes due to Arrowhead School
    2/18/2008    042537    HAMILTON SCHOOL-TAXES           $1,727,016.80   TAX PAYOUTS                G 810-24610 Taxes due to Hamilton School
    2/18/2008    042538    RICHMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT           $21,425.10   TAX PAYOUTS                G 810-24611 Taxes due to Richmond School
    2/18/2008    042539    WAUKESHA COUNTY TREAS-TAX          $39,704.22   TAX PAYOUTS                G 810-24210 Taxes due to State of WI
    2/18/2008    042539    WAUKESHA COUNTY TREAS-TAX         $365,545.99   TAX PAYOUTS                G 810-24310 Taxes due to Waukesha
    2/18/2008    042540    WAUKESHA CTY TECH-TAX             $224,006.36   TAX PAYOUTS                G 810-24510 Taxes due to WCTC
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD          $20.39   DENTAL INS #00164877       E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD          $54.36   DENTAL INS #00164877       E 250-55350-000-135 Employee Insurance
AGENDA
                                                                                                                                                  Page 7

   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                      Amount Comments                           Account Descr
       Date
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $122.39   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $87.68   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $32.35   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $190.42   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $98.41   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $53.29   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $41.95   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $371.11   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $275.90   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $149.57   DENTAL INS #00164877           G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    2/21/2008    042541    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $161.12   DENTAL INS #00164877           E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/21/2008    042542    BADGER TRUCK CENTER INC.          $735.12   INSTALL REAR BRAKE DRUM        E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/21/2008    042543    BOGLITSCH, JULIE                  $130.00   CONF REGISTRATION              E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042544    BRUCE MUNICIPAL EQUIPMENT          $47.52   BALL BRG                       E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    2/21/2008    042545    CITY OF DELAFIELD               $2,800.00   JAN PARAMEDIC INTERCEPT FEES   E 100-52200-000-290 Contractual Fees
    2/21/2008    042546    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER     $280.50   GASOLINE                       G 100-16110 Inventory
    2/21/2008    042546    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER   $1,478.25   DIESEL                         G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
    2/21/2008    042546    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER     $329.50   DIESEL                         G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
    2/21/2008    042547    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.           $423.00   LEASE                          E 100-53311-000-346 Equipment Rental
    2/21/2008    042548    GEAR WASH                          $62.22   UNIFORM REPAIRS                E 100-52200-000-344 Uniforms & Protective
    2/21/2008    042548    GEAR WASH                         $215.74   UNIFORM REPAIRS                E 100-52200-000-344 Uniforms & Protective
    2/21/2008    042549    KAATZ, NANCY J.                    $26.26   MILEAGE                        E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042550    NASSCO INC.                       $165.45   SUPPLIES                       E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/21/2008    042550    NASSCO INC.                        $25.78   SUPPLIES                       E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/21/2008    042551    NORTH SHORE BANK, FSB             $898.71   DEFERRED COMPENSATION          G 100-21520 North Shore Withheld
    2/21/2008    042552    PALOS SPORTS                      $328.49   VOLLEYBALLS                    E 250-55350-530-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                     $76.42   POSTAGE - METER                E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                     $25.47   POSTAGE - METER                E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                    $280.24   POSTAGE - METER                E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                     $71.33   POSTAGE - METER                E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                     $25.47   POSTAGE - METER                E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                    $101.90   POSTAGE - METER                E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                     $76.42   POSTAGE - METER                E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                    $152.85   POSTAGE - METER                E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                     $25.47   POSTAGE - METER                E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                     $30.57   POSTAGE - METER                E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/21/2008    042553    PURCHASE POWER                    $152.85   POSTAGE - METER                E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    2/21/2008    042554    SELERSKI, CATHY L.                $130.00   CONF REGISTRATION              E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042555    SPENGLER, GERALD A.               $159.00   EXAM, FRAME, BIFOCALS          E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    2/21/2008    042555    SPENGLER, GERALD A.                $82.50   SAFETY GLASSES                 E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    2/21/2008    042556    SYSCO                             $394.38   SENIOR MEALS                   E 250-54602-000-580 Meal Site Costs
    2/21/2008    042557    TEICH, EVAN                        $34.49   MILEAGE                        E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042557    TEICH, EVAN                        $17.24   MILEAGE                        E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    2/21/2008    042557    TEICH, EVAN                        $17.24   MILEAGE                        E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    2/21/2008    042558    VERIZON WIRELESS                   $43.83   AMB CELL PHONES                E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/21/2008    042559    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC          $1,219.80   ELECTRIC                       E 610-53700-000-952 Pumping-Power
    2/21/2008    042559    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC            $450.34   ELECTRIC                       E 610-53700-000-641 Operation Supplies &
    2/21/2008    042560    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M               $1.01   MILEAGE                        E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042560    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M               $2.27   MILEAGE                        E 100-53311-000-390 Expenses
AGENDA
                                                                                                                                                       Page 8

   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                             Account Descr
       Date
    2/21/2008    042560    WEISENBERGER, CINDY M                 $9.29   MILEAGE                          E 100-51420-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042561    WI SCTF                             $451.84   CHILD SUPPORT                    G 100-21555 Child Support
    2/21/2008    042562    WIESNESKI, JODI                      $65.00   CONF REGISTRATION                E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
    2/21/2008    042563    ZOELLICK, GREGORY R                  $75.00   CONF REGISTRATION                E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
    2/25/2008    042564    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457           $477.76   DEFERRED COMPENSATION            G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    2/25/2008    042564    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457         $1,436.79   DEFERRED COMPENSATION            G 100-21521 ICMA Withheld
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $29.27   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $15.62   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $32.47   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $16.43   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $46.18   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $15.36   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $17.10   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $14.01   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                           $4.11   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 710-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $83.78   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $69.69   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $52.93   LIFE INSURANCE                   G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    2/26/2008    042565    METLIFE SBC                          $16.04   LIFE INSURANCE                   E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $773.36   HEALTH INS #297123               E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $388.19   HEALTH INS #297123               E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $738.42   HEALTH INS #297123               E 250-55350-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,736.77   HEALTH INS #297123               E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $2,386.56   HEALTH INS #297123               E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,653.41   HEALTH INS #297123               E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $2,777.30   HEALTH INS #297123               E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $3,022.08   HEALTH INS #297123               G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,005.07   HEALTH INS #297123               E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $844.24   HEALTH INS #297123               E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $190.43   HEALTH INS #297123               E 710-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $5,713.72   HEALTH INS #297123               E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $4,935.87   HEALTH INS #297123               E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    2/26/2008    042566    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,419.86   HEALTH INS #297123               E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/27/2008    042567    BADGER WHOLESALE - HARTLAND          $27.00   TRAFFIC SIGNAL LAMP              E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    2/27/2008    042568    BATZKO, SUSAN                        $72.00   INSTRUCTOR STAMP TIL YOU CRAMP   E 250-55350-655-140 Program Instructors
    2/27/2008    042569    BEAR GRAPHICS, INC.                  $60.89   TALLY SLIPS                      E 100-51440-000-390 Expenses
    2/27/2008    042570    BEVERAGE CONSULTANTS                $133.00   SODA - MACHINE                   G 100-13800 Other Receivables
    2/27/2008    042571    BURLESON, LINDSEY                   $150.00   INSTRUCTOR YOUTH VOLLEYBALL      E 250-55350-530-140 Program Instructors
    2/27/2008    042572    C.D. SMITH CONSTRUCTION, INC.   $259,058.00   WWTP                             G 620-18702 Const In Prog--Facilities Plan
    2/27/2008    042573    CALATOLA, RITA                      $480.00   INSTRUCTOR PIYO                  E 250-55350-601-140 Program Instructors
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                    $10.29   SUPPLIES                         E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                    $53.75   DRY ERASE BOARD                  E 250-51421-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                    $11.04   SUPPLIES                         E 100-51440-000-390 Expenses
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                     $7.72   SUPPLIES                         E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                     $2.57   SUPPLIES                         E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                    $15.44   SUPPLIES                         E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                    $15.44   SUPPLIES                         E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                     $7.72   SUPPLIES                         E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                     $2.57   SUPPLIES                         E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
AGENDA
                                                                                                                                                        Page 9

   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                            Account Descr
       Date
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                     $7.20   SUPPLIES                        E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                    $28.30   SUPPLIES                        E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                     $3.09   SUPPLIES                        E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/27/2008    042574    CORPORATE EXPRESS                     $2.57   SUPPLIES                        E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    2/27/2008    042575    CURTIS, COLIN                       $200.00   CELL PHONE AUG - DEC 2007       G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/27/2008    042576    D & S TECHNOLOGIES, LLC             $160.00   TROUBLESHOOT LINE               E 100-53311-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/27/2008    042577    DEPT. OF NATURAL RES-MADISON        $315.00   RECLAMATION FEE                 G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/27/2008    042578    DUECO, INC.                       $3,038.32   ANNUAL INSPECTION & REPAIR      E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/27/2008    042579    EXCEL LD                             $11.09   PHONE                           E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/27/2008    042579    EXCEL LD                             $11.04   PHONE                           E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    2/27/2008    042580    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.              $47.74   CYLINDER RENTAL                 E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/27/2008    042580    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.              $89.50   OXYGEN                          E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
    2/27/2008    042581    FREIHEIT, SUSAN                      $76.67   ELECTION EXP & MILEAGE          E 100-51440-000-390 Expenses
    2/27/2008    042582    GRAINGER                             $52.40   SPLICE KIT                      R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
    2/27/2008    042583    GRUNEWALD, MARY JO                   $90.00   INSTRUCTOR CARDIO CIRCUIT       E 250-55350-601-140 Program Instructors
    2/27/2008    042584    HASTINGS AIR ENERGY CONTROL         $162.92   MESH FILTER, FILTER BAG         E 100-52200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/27/2008    042585    HOWSER, DEBORAH                     $192.00   INSTRUCTOR S.S.S.               E 250-55350-600-140 Program Instructors
    2/27/2008    042586    JAY APPLIANCE SERVICE               $173.31   REPAIR ICE MAKER                E 100-53311-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    2/27/2008    042587    KASPER, RICHARD                     $180.00   INSTRUCTOR WOODCARVING          E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
    2/27/2008    042588    L W ALLEN, INC.                   $7,332.00   INSTALL 2 NEW IMPELLERS         G 620-21100 Vouchers Payable
    2/27/2008    042589    M&I BANK- CREDIT CARD                $61.75   MEETING EXPENSES                E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
    2/27/2008    042590    MADISON TRUCK EQUIPMENT INC         $137.70   LIGHT BUCKET TRUCK              E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/27/2008    042590    MADISON TRUCK EQUIPMENT INC          $59.72   24" BLADE GUIDES                E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/27/2008    042591    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                  $126.60   ICE MELT, BANDSAW BLADE, ETC.   E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/27/2008    042592    MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL      $194.64   OIL, ANTILOCK                   E 610-53700-000-654 Maint of Hydrants
    2/27/2008    042593    NASSCO INC.                         $297.22   WIPER WYPALL                    E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/27/2008    042593    NASSCO INC.                          $69.35   HAND SOAP                       E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/27/2008    042593    NASSCO INC.                          $58.47   HAND SOAP                       E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/27/2008    042594    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.           $79.00   MAINT CONTRACT                  E 250-51421-000-810 Equipment
    2/27/2008    042595    OFFICE MAX                           $88.25   SUPPLIES                        E 250-51421-000-310 Office Supplies
    2/27/2008    042596    PARTS ASSOCIATES, INC.              $173.86   WASHERS, LOCKNUTS, ETC.         E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    2/27/2008    042597    REDIGAS                             $713.61   RESIDENTIAL GAS                 E 100-55200-000-222 Utilities--Heat
    2/27/2008    042597    REDIGAS                             $682.34   RESIDENTIAL GAS                 E 100-55200-000-222 Utilities--Heat
    2/27/2008    042598    RIEWE, THOMAS                       $462.00   INSTRUCTOR GUITAR               E 250-55350-580-140 Program Instructors
    2/27/2008    042599    SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT INC.            $154.48   GEARCASE, GASKET, ETC.          E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/27/2008    042600    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC              $188.00   TESTING                         E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
    2/27/2008    042601    SMOKEEATERS                          $45.00   CPR SUPPLIES-POLYONE            R 100-000-46115 Administrative Service Sold
    2/27/2008    042602    SOERENS FORD                     $13,741.85   F-150 TRUCK, BED LINER          G 610-18373 Transportation Equipment
    2/27/2008    042603    STRAND ASSOCIATES, INC.          $15,805.82   WWTF CONSTRUCTION SERVICES      G 620-18702 Const In Prog--Facilities Plan
    2/27/2008    042604    SUSSEX COUNTRY FLORAL SHOPPE         $48.50   PLANT - HUTTER                  E 100-51410-000-180 Human Resources
    2/27/2008    042605    TEICH, EVAN                           $7.88   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT           E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    2/27/2008    042605    TEICH, EVAN                           $7.88   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT           E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    2/27/2008    042605    TEICH, EVAN                           $1.75   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT           E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/27/2008    042605    TEICH, EVAN                          $17.49   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT           E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
    2/27/2008    042606    USA HEATING & COOLING               $491.45   REPLACED FAULTY CONTACTOR       E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    2/27/2008    042607    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,   -$3,003.75   FEBRUARY SERVICES               R 100-000-46435 Other Recycling Revenue
    2/27/2008    042607    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,    $7,200.62   FEBRUARY SERVICES               E 100-53635-000-290 Contractual Fees
    2/27/2008    042607    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,   $23,794.53   FEBRUARY SERVICES               E 100-53620-000-290 Contractual Fees
    2/27/2008    042608    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148         $92,066.75   MARCH POLICE SERVICES           E 100-52100-000-290 Contractual Fees
AGENDA
                                                                                                                                                           Page 10

   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                          Amount Comments                             Account Descr
       Date
    2/27/2008    042609    WAUSAU EQUIPMENT CO., INC.           $614.68    HYD CYLINDER ASSEM               E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/27/2008    042609    WAUSAU EQUIPMENT CO., INC.           $722.93    CYL. SA, 4" OD                   E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/27/2008    042610    WE ENERGIES                        $9,685.37    ELECTRIC                         E 100-53420-000-224 Utilities--Electric
    2/27/2008    042611    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                $26.75    ELECTRIC                         R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
    2/27/2008    042611    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC             $1,278.72    ELECTRIC                         E 100-51600-000-224 Utilities--Electric
    2/27/2008    042612    WEBER, JAMES F                       $488.05    MULTIMETER, PROBE, 50AMP SPARE   E 100-55200-000-348 Tools
    2/27/2008    042613    WI STATE LAB OF HYGIENE              $134.90    RADON TESTING                    E 610-53700-000-632 Treatment-Supplies &
    2/27/2008    042614    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-WAUK        $270.51    TIRES                            E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/27/2008    042614    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-WAUK      $1,093.00    TIRES                            E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    2/27/2008    042615    ZOELLICK, GREGORY R                   $20.90    SUPPLIES                         E 100-52200-000-350 Good & Welfare
    2/27/2008    042615    ZOELLICK, GREGORY R                   $56.14    SUPPLIES                         E 100-52200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
                                                           $3,018,647.91
AGENDA

                                                              VILLAGE OF SUSSEX                                                                  03/03/08 11:25 AM
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                                                            CHECK REGISTER-DEBT
                                                                 Period Name: FEBRUARY


    Check/Recei
    ptCHECK # Search Name Amount                           Comments Account Descr
    Date
   Gl Act 620-18702
    2/27/2008       042603 STRAND ASSOCIATES, INC.          $15,805.82 WWTF CONSTRUCTION SERVICES   G 620-18702 Const In Prog--Facilities Plan
    2/27/2008       042572 C.D. SMITH CONSTRUCTION, INC.   $259,058.00 WWTP                         G 620-18702 Const In Prog--Facilities Plan
    2/8/2008        042443 FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES          $22.90 MISC                         G 620-18702 Const In Prog--Facilities Plan
   Gl Act 620-18702                                        $274,886.72

                                                           $274,886.72
AGENDA




                                              VILLAGE BOARD OF
                                         VILLAGE OF SUSSEX, WISCONSIN

                                           RESOLUTION NO. ___________



                                    INITIAL RESOLUTION REGARDING
                               INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BOND
                                FINANCING FOR LAUTERBACH GROUP, INC.



                  WHEREAS, Section 66.1103 of the Wisconsin Statutes (the “Act”) authorizes the Village of
         Sussex, Wisconsin (the “Village”), to authorize the issuance and sale of bonds by the Village to
         construct, equip, re-equip, acquire by gift, lease or purchase, install, reconstruct, rebuild, rehabilitate,
         improve, supplement, replace, maintain, repair, enlarge, extend or remodel industrial projects in the
         Village; and

                  WHEREAS, Lauterbach Group, Inc., a Wisconsin corporation, Moe, Larry & Curly, LLC, a
         Wisconsin limited liability company, and/or a related entity to be formed (collectively, the
         “Participant”), desire to complete a project consisting of (i) the acquisition of land located at W222
         N5710 Miller Way, in the Sussex Business Park in the Village of Sussex, Wisconsin; (ii) the
         construction of an approximately 61,000 square foot manufacturing facility located at W222 N5710
         Miller Way, in the Sussex Business Park in the Village of Sussex, Wisconsin, to be owned by Moe,
         Larry & Curly, LLC and/or a related entity to be formed and leased to Lauterbach Group, Inc., and
         operated as a printing facility (the “Facility”); (iii) the purchase and installation of equipment at the
         Facility; and (iv) certain costs related to the issuance of the bonds (the “Project”), all of which would
         contribute to the well-being of the Village of Sussex, Wisconsin.

                WHEREAS, the cost of the Project is presently estimated to be greater than $8,500,000, and
         the amount proposed to be financed with one or more series of tax-exempt and/or taxable industrial
         development revenue bonds does not exceed $8,500,000; and

                 WHEREAS, the proposed Project is located in the Village and the Participant has requested
         that the Village approve an initial resolution providing for the financing of the Project in an amount not
         to exceed $8,500,000; and

                 WHEREAS, the Village is a municipality organized and existing under and pursuant to the laws
         of the State of Wisconsin, and is authorized to enter into revenue agreements with eligible participants
         with respect to the Project whereby eligible participants agree to cause said Project to be constructed
         and to pay the Village an amount of funds sufficient to provide for the prompt payment when due of
         the principal and interest on said industrial development revenue bonds.

               NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Board of the Village of Sussex,
         Wisconsin, as follows:



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                 1.       Based upon representations of the Participant, it is the finding and determination of the
         Village Board that the Project is a qualified “project” within the meaning of the Act and that the
         Participant is an “eligible participant” within the meaning of the Act. The Village shall:

                          (a)     Finance the Project in an amount not to exceed $8,500,000; and

                          (b)      Issue industrial development revenue bonds in one or more series of tax-
                  exempt and/or taxable bonds (the “Bond(s)”), in an amount not to exceed $8,500,000 in order
                  to finance costs of the Project.

                  2.      The aforesaid plan of financing contemplates, and is conditioned upon, the following:

                         (a)     The Bonds shall never constitute an indebtedness of the Village within the
                  meaning of any state constitutional provision or statutory limitation;

                          (b)     The Bonds shall not constitute or give rise to a pecuniary liability of the Village
                  or a charge against its general credit or taxing powers;

                         (c)    The Project shall be subject to property taxation in the same amount and to the
                  same extent as though the Project were not financed with industrial development revenue
                  bonds;

                          (d)     The Participant shall find a purchaser for all of the Bonds;

                          (e)      The Village’s out-of-pocket costs, including but not limited to legal fees and
                  Trustee’s fees, in connection with the authorization, issuance and sale of the Bonds shall be
                  paid by the Participant; and

                          (f)     A notice of public hearing (the “TEFRA Hearing”) required by federal law for
                  purposes of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, shall be
                  published in a newspaper of general circulation in the Village of Sussex to provide interested
                  individuals or parties the opportunity to testify at a TEFRA Hearing to held by the Village
                  Board.

                  3.     The aforesaid plan of financing shall not be legally binding upon the Village nor be
         finally implemented unless and until:

                          (a)      The details and mechanics of the same are authorized and approved by a
                  further resolution of the Village Board which shall be solely within the discretion of the Village
                  Board;

                          (b)      The Village Clerk shall cause notice of adoption of this Initial Resolution, in the
                  form attached hereto as Exhibit A, to be published once in a newspaper of general circulation
                  in the Village of Sussex, and the electors of the Village of Sussex shall have been given the
                  opportunity to petition for a referendum on the matter of the aforesaid Bond issue, all as
                  required by law;



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                          (c)      Either no such petition shall be timely filed or such petition shall have been
                  filed and said referendum shall have approved the Bond issue;

                         (d)     The Village Clerk shall have received an employment impact estimate issued
                  under Section 560.034 of the Wisconsin Statutes;

                          (e)    All documents required to consummate the financing have been duly
                  authorized and delivered; and

                          (f)      The Village and the Participant have resolved all land use and special use issues
                  with respect to the affected property and the Project.

                 4.       Pursuant to the Act, all requirements that the Project be subject to the contracting
         requirements contained in Section 66.1103 are waived, the Participant having represented that it is able
         to negotiate satisfactory arrangements for completing the Project and that the Village's interests are not
         prejudiced thereby.

                 5.       The Village Clerk is directed, following adoption of this Initial Resolution (i) to publish
         notice of such adoption not less than one time in the official newspaper of the Village of Sussex,
         Wisconsin, such notice to be in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit A and (ii) to file a copy
         of this Initial Resolution, together with a statement indicating the date the Notice to Electors was
         published, with the Secretary of Business Development of the State of Wisconsin within twenty (20)
         days following the date of publication of such notice.

                  6.      This Initial Resolution is an “initial resolution” within the meaning of the Act and
         official action toward issuance of the Bonds for purposes of Sections 103 and 144 of the Internal
         Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and the regulations promulgated thereunder. Furthermore, it is
         the reasonable expectation of the Village that proceeds of the Bonds may be used to reimburse
         expenditures made on the Project prior to the issuance of the Bonds. The maximum principal amount
         of debt expected to be issued for the Project on the date hereof is $8,500,000. This statement of official
         intent is made pursuant to Internal Revenue Code §1.150-2.



                  Adopted: March 11, 2008.




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                                                      EXHIBIT A

                         NOTICE TO ELECTORS OF THE VILLAGE OF SUSSEX, WISCONSIN

                  TAKE NOTICE that the Village Board of the Village of Sussex, Wisconsin (the “Village”), at a
         regular meeting held at Village Hall, N64 W23760 Main Street, Sussex, Wisconsin, on March 11, 2008,
         adopted an Initial Resolution pursuant to Section 66.1103 of the Wisconsin Statutes, as amended,
         expressing the intention to issue not to exceed $8,500,000 of industrial development revenue bonds of
         the Village (the “Bonds”) on behalf of Lautherbach Group, Inc., a Wisconsin corporation, Moe, Larry
         & Curly, a Wisconsin limited liability company, and/or a related entity to be formed (collectively, the
         “Participant”), to finance a project consisting of (i) the acquisition of land located at W222 N5710
         Miller Way, in the Sussex Business Park in the Village of Sussex, Wisconsin; (ii) the construction of
         an approximately 61,000 square foot manufacturing facility located at W222 N5710 Miller Way in
         the Sussex Business Park in the Village of Sussex, Wisconsin, to be owned by Moe, Larry & Curly,
         LLC and/or a related entity to be formed and leased to Lauterbach Group, Inc., and operated as a
         printing facility (the “Facility”); (iii) the purchase and installation of equipment at the Facility; and
         (iv) certain costs related to the issuance of the bonds (the “Project”). The Participant has represented
         that the net number of full-time equivalent jobs which will be created is 65 (50 jobs to be transferred
         from the City of Waukesha to the Project site and 15 new full-time equivalent jobs to be created at the
         Project site).

                 Pursuant to the terms of Section 66.1103 of the Wisconsin Statutes, all requirements that the
         Project be subject to the contracting requirements contained in Section 66.1103 are waived, the
         Participant having represented that it is able to negotiate satisfactory arrangements for completing the
         Project and that the Village's interests are not prejudiced thereby.

              THE BONDS SHALL NEVER CONSTITUTE AN INDEBTEDNESS OF THE
         VILLAGE, NOR SHALL THE BONDS GIVE RISE TO ANY PECUNIARY LIABILITY OF
         THE VILLAGE, NOR SHALL THE BONDS BE A CHARGE AGAINST THE GENERAL
         CREDIT OR TAXING POWERS OF THE VILLAGE. RATHER, THE BONDS SHALL BE
         PAYABLE SOLELY FROM THE REVENUES AND OTHER AMOUNTS TO BE DERIVED
         PURSUANT TO THE REVENUE AGREEMENT RELATING TO SAID PROJECT TO BE
         ENTERED INTO BETWEEN THE VILLAGE AND THE PARTICIPANT.

                 The Initial Resolution may be inspected in the office of the Village Clerk at N64 W23760, Main
         Street Main Street, Sussex, Wisconsin, during business hours.

                 TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT THE ELECTORS OF THE VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
         MAY PETITION FOR A REFERENDUM ON THE QUESTION OF THE BOND ISSUE.
         Unless within thirty (30) days from the date of the publication of this Notice a petition signed by not
         less than five percent (5%) of the registered electors of the Village of Sussex is filed with the Village
         Clerk requesting a referendum on the question of the issuance of the Bonds, the Village will issue the
         Bonds without submitting the proposition for the electors' approval. If such petition is filed as
         aforesaid, then the Bonds shall not be issued until approved by a majority of the electors of the Village
         of Sussex voting thereon at a general or special election.

         Susan M. Freiheit, Village Clerk
         Village of Sussex, Wisconsin



         WHD\5659051.3
AGENDA




                                        CERTIFICATION BY VILLAGE CLERK

                 I, Susan M. Freiheit duly sworn, hereby certify that I am the duly qualified and acting Village
         Clerk of the Village of Sussex, Wisconsin (the “Village”), and as such I have in my possession, or have
         access to, the complete corporate records of the Village and of its Village Board; that I have carefully
         compared the transcript attached hereto with the aforesaid records; and that said transcript attached
         hereto is a true, correct and complete copy of all the records in relation to the adoption of Resolution
         No. ___________ entitled:             INITIAL RESOLUTION REGARDING INDUSTRIAL
         DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BOND FINANCING FOR LAUTERBACH GROUP, INC.

                  I hereby further certify as follows:

                 1.      Said Initial Resolution was considered for adoption by the Village Board at a meeting
         held at Village Hall, N64 W23760 Main Street, Sussex, Wisconsin, at _____ p.m. on _____________,
         2008. Said meeting was a regular meeting of the Village Board and was held in open session.

                 2.      Said Initial Resolution was on the agenda for said meeting and public notice thereof was
         given not less than twenty-four (24) hours prior to the commencement of said meeting in compliance
         with Section 19.84 of the Wisconsin Statutes, including, without limitation, by posting on the bulletin
         board in the Village Hall, by notice to those news media who have filed a written request for notice of
         meetings, and by notice to the official newspaper of the Village.

                  3.      Said meeting was called to order by ____________, who chaired the meeting. Upon
         roll, I noted and recorded that the following trustees were present:




         and that the following trustees were absent:




                  I noted and recorded that a quorum was present. Various matters and business were taken up
         during the course of the meeting without intervention of any closed session. One of the matters taken
         up was said Initial Resolution, which was introduced, and its adoption was moved by
         ______________________ and seconded by ______________________. Following discussion and
         after all trustees who desired to do so had expressed their views for or against said Initial Resolution,
         the question was called, and upon roll being called and the continued presence of a quorum being
         noted, the recorded vote was as follows:




         WHD\5659051.3
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                  AYE:




                  NAY:




                  ABSTAINED:




                  Whereupon the meeting chairperson declared said Initial Resolution adopted, and I so recorded
         it.

                 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed my name and affixed the seal of the Village hereto
         on this 11th day of March, 2008.


                  [SEAL]
                                                                Susan M. Freiheit, Village Clerk




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AGENDA

                                                                   115 South 84th Street   414-771-2700 Phone
                                                                   Suite 100               414-771-1041 Fax
                                                                   Milwaukee, WI 53214     www.pfm.com


                       Public Financial Management, Inc.
                       PFM Asset Management LLC
                       PFM Advisors




         March 10, 2008


         Village President Tony Lapcinski
         and Members of the Sussex Village Board
         N64 W23760 Main Street
         Sussex, Wisconsin 53089


         Dear President Lapcinski and Village Board Members:

         Attached please find the presentation materials which we will discuss at Monday night's
         Finance Committee meeting and Tuesday's Village Board meeting. There are three items
         which will be discussed:

         Financing for the 2008 budgeted capital projects. There are two options for your
         consideration. The difference between the options is that the second option would finance
         the 2009 interest payment as a part of the debt issuance, which would provide for a lower
         debt related tax levy in the 2009 budget. The Village tax levy for debt payments will drop in
         the 2010 budget when the TIF districts are returned to the general tax roll.

         Refinancing of the Village's existing Clean Water Fund debt. The refinancing of the Village's
         existing Clean Water Fund debt is necessary to provide for a more level debt payment
         schedule and minimize the impact of the debt on the Village's sewer rates.

         Authorizing the use of excess TIF funds to prepay existing TIF related debt. TIF #5 has been
         extremely successful and will close out several years earlier than originally projected. We
         would recommend that the Village use excess TIF funds in the amount of $1,585,000 to
         prepay existing debt thereby saving the interest expense.

         If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. We look forward to our meetings
         next week.

         Thank you,
         Public Financial Management




         David Anderson,
         Senior Managing Consultant

         Attachment(s)
AGENDA




             Village of Sussex

         2008 Financing Discussion


                         March 10, 2008
                          presented by
                         The PFM Group
                 115 South 84th Street, Suite 100
                      Milwaukee, WI 53214
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    Table of Contents

         I.     2008 Capital Projects
                –   Budgeted Projects
                –   Two Options for Financing


         II.    Refinancing Existing Clean Water Fund Debt
                –   Existing Wastewater Plan of Finance
                –   Wastewater Plan of Finance After Refinancing


         III.   TIF No. 5
                –   Successful Growth
                –   Use Funds on Hand to Prepay Debt




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    I. 2008 Budgeted Capital Projects

                Project                        Option 1   Option 2

                Admin/Police Building        1,050,000
                STH 74 Reconstruction          360,000
                Waukesha Avenue              1,549,860
                Street Protection Projects      30,000



                Total Project Costs          2,989,860     2,989,860

                Plus--

                Capitalized Interest            69,188       216,000
                Discount (Max. bid amount)      30,750        32,000
                Issuance Exp                    20,000        20,000


                Total to Finance             3,109,798     3,257,860

                Less--

                Int. Earnings                  (34,798)      (57,860)

                Total Borrowing              3,075,000    3,200,000
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    I. Financing Option No. 1



                            Existing Debt                     Proposed 2008 Debt                 Proposed 2010 Debt                Proposed 2012 Debt               Proposed 2014 Debt                       Total Debt                  Levy       Tax Rate
         Year     Princ.         Int.        Total       Princ.       Int.      Total       Princ.      Int.       Total      Princ.      Int.      Total      Princ.      Int.      Total

         2004     450,000      318,862        768,862                                                                                                                                              450,000    318,862        768,862      768,862     1.01     2004
         2005     610,000      273,038        883,038                                                                                                                                              610,000    273,038        883,038      883,038     1.11     2005
         2006     660,000      400,545      1,060,545                                                                                                                                              660,000    400,545      1,060,545    1,060,545     1.20     2006
         2007     735,000      405,516      1,140,516                                                                                                                                              735,000    405,516      1,140,516    1,140,516     1.15     2007
         2008     865,000      377,288      1,242,288                                                                                                                                              865,000    377,288      1,242,288    1,242,288     1.21     2008
         2009     955,000      346,088      1,301,088                138,375     138,375                                                                                                           955,000    484,463      1,439,463    1,439,463     1.33     2009
         2010     945,000      310,725      1,255,725    200,000     133,875     333,875                                                                                                         1,145,000    444,600      1,589,600    1,589,600     1.31     2010
         2011     820,000      282,275      1,102,275    225,000     124,313     349,313                 40,000     40,000                                                                       1,045,000    446,588      1,491,588    1,491,588     1.20     2011
         2012     650,000      250,525        900,525    250,000     113,625     363,625    100,000      40,000    140,000                                                                       1,000,000    404,150      1,404,150    1,404,150     1.11     2012
         2013     675,000      224,025        899,025    250,000     102,375     352,375    100,000      35,000    135,000                35,000     35,000                                      1,025,000    396,400      1,421,400    1,421,400     1.10     2013
         2014     750,000      195,650        945,650    200,000      92,250     292,250    100,000      30,000    130,000                35,000     35,000                                      1,050,000    352,900      1,402,900    1,402,900     1.07     2014
         2015     825,000      163,913        988,913    200,000      83,250     283,250    100,000      25,000    125,000                35,000     35,000                27,500     27,500     1,125,000    334,663      1,459,663    1,459,663     1.09     2015
         2016     575,000      134,263        709,263    250,000      78,750     328,750    100,000      20,000    120,000    100,000     35,000    135,000     50,000     27,500     77,500     1,075,000    295,513      1,370,513    1,370,513     1.00     2016
         2017     575,000      109,451        684,451    250,000      67,500     317,500    100,000      15,000    115,000    100,000     30,000    130,000     75,000     25,000    100,000     1,100,000    246,951      1,346,951    1,346,951     0.97     2017
         2018     250,000       84,513        334,513    275,000      56,250     331,250    100,000      10,000    110,000    100,000     25,000    125,000    100,000     21,250    121,250       825,000    197,013      1,022,013    1,022,013     0.72     2018
         2019     250,000       74,825        324,825    300,000      43,875     343,875    100,000       5,000    105,000    100,000     20,000    120,000    100,000     16,250    116,250       850,000    159,950      1,009,950    1,009,950     0.70     2019
         2020     250,000       65,075        315,075    325,000      30,375     355,375          --          --         --   100,000     15,000    115,000    100,000     11,250    111,250       775,000    121,700        896,700      896,700     0.61     2020
         2021     275,000       55,075        330,075    350,000      15,750     365,750          --          --         --   100,000     10,000    110,000    125,000      6,250    131,250       850,000     87,075        937,075      937,075     0.63     2021
         2022     275,000       44,075        319,075          --          --          --         --          --         --   100,000      5,000    105,000          --         --         --      375,000     49,075        424,075      424,075     0.28     2022
         2023     300,000       33,075        333,075          --          --          --         --          --         --         --         --         --         --         --         --      300,000     33,075        333,075      333,075     0.22     2023
         2024     300,000       20,775        320,775          --          --          --         --          --         --         --         --         --         --         --         --      300,000     20,775        320,775      320,775     0.20     2024
         2025     200,000        8,400        208,400          --          --          --         --          --         --         --         --         --         --         --         --      200,000      8,400        208,400      208,400     0.13     2025


     Total      12,190,000 4,177,974 16,367,974         3,075,000   1,080,563   4,155,563   800,000    220,000     700,000    700,000    245,000    945,000    550,000    135,000    685,000    17,315,000 5,858,536      23,173,536   23,173,536




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    I. Financing Option No. 2



                            Existing Debt                     Proposed 2008 Debt                 Proposed 2010 Debt                Proposed 2012 Debt               Proposed 2014 Debt                       Total Debt                  Levy       Tax Rate
         Year     Princ.         Int.        Total       Princ.       Int.      Total       Princ.      Int.       Total      Princ.      Int.      Total      Princ.      Int.      Total

         2004     450,000      318,862        768,862                                                                                                                                              450,000    318,862        768,862      768,862     1.01     2004
         2005     610,000      273,038        883,038                                                                                                                                              610,000    273,038        883,038      883,038     1.11     2005
         2006     660,000      400,545      1,060,545                                                                                                                                              660,000    400,545      1,060,545    1,060,545     1.20     2006
         2007     735,000      405,516      1,140,516                                                                                                                                              735,000    405,516      1,140,516    1,140,516     1.15     2007
         2008     865,000      377,288      1,242,288                                                                                                                                              865,000    377,288      1,242,288    1,242,288     1.21     2008
         2009     955,000      346,088      1,301,088                                                                                                                                              955,000    346,088      1,301,088    1,301,088     1.20     2009
         2010     945,000      310,725      1,255,725     50,000     142,875     192,875                                                                                                           995,000    453,600      1,448,600    1,448,600     1.19     2010
         2011     820,000      282,275      1,102,275    150,000     138,375     288,375                 40,000     40,000                                                                         970,000    460,650      1,430,650    1,430,650     1.15     2011
         2012     650,000      250,525        900,525    250,000     129,375     379,375    100,000      40,000    140,000                                                                       1,000,000    419,900      1,419,900    1,419,900     1.12     2012
         2013     675,000      224,025        899,025    250,000     118,125     368,125    100,000      35,000    135,000                35,000     35,000                                      1,025,000    412,150      1,437,150    1,437,150     1.11     2013
         2014     750,000      195,650        945,650    225,000     107,438     332,438    100,000      30,000    130,000                35,000     35,000                                      1,075,000    368,088      1,443,088    1,443,088     1.10     2014
         2015     825,000      163,913        988,913    200,000      97,875     297,875    100,000      25,000    125,000                35,000     35,000                27,500     27,500     1,125,000    349,288      1,474,288    1,474,288     1.10     2015
         2016     575,000      134,263        709,263    250,000      93,375     343,375    100,000      20,000    120,000    100,000     35,000    135,000     50,000     27,500     77,500     1,075,000    310,138      1,385,138    1,385,138     1.01     2016
         2017     575,000      109,451        684,451    250,000      82,125     332,125    100,000      15,000    115,000    100,000     30,000    130,000     75,000     25,000    100,000     1,100,000    261,576      1,361,576    1,361,576     0.98     2017
         2018     250,000       84,513        334,513    300,000      70,875     370,875    100,000      10,000    110,000    100,000     25,000    125,000    100,000     21,250    121,250       850,000    211,638      1,061,638    1,061,638     0.75     2018
         2019     250,000       74,825        324,825    325,000      57,375     382,375    100,000       5,000    105,000    100,000     20,000    120,000    100,000     16,250    116,250       875,000    173,450      1,048,450    1,048,450     0.73     2019
         2020     250,000       65,075        315,075    350,000      42,750     392,750          --          --         --   100,000     15,000    115,000    100,000     11,250    111,250       800,000    134,075        934,075      934,075     0.64     2020
         2021     275,000       55,075        330,075    350,000      27,000     377,000          --          --         --   100,000     10,000    110,000    125,000      6,250    131,250       850,000     98,325        948,325      948,325     0.64     2021
         2022     275,000       44,075        319,075    250,000      11,250     261,250          --          --         --   100,000      5,000    105,000          --         --         --      625,000     60,325        685,325      685,325     0.45     2022
         2023     300,000       33,075        333,075          --          --          --         --          --         --         --         --         --         --         --         --      300,000     33,075        333,075      333,075     0.22     2023
         2024     300,000       20,775        320,775          --          --          --         --          --         --         --         --         --         --         --         --      300,000     20,775        320,775      320,775     0.20     2024
         2025     200,000        8,400        208,400          --          --          --         --          --         --         --         --         --         --         --         --      200,000      8,400        208,400      208,400     0.13     2025

     Total      12,190,000 4,177,974 16,367,974         3,200,000   1,118,813   4,318,813   800,000    220,000     700,000    700,000    245,000    945,000    550,000    135,000    685,000    17,440,000 5,896,786      23,336,786   23,336,786




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    II. Existing Wastewater Plan of Finance
         VILLAGE OF SUSSEX REGIONAL WWTP

         Proposed Financing Plan--Sussex Share


                                Existing Debt                           Proposed Debt                           Total Debt

          Year      Principal     Interest       Total      Principal      Interest      Total      Principal    Interest     Total
          2006
          2007        501,295       145,932      647,227          -                                   501,295     145,932     647,227
          2008        514,096       130,502      644,598          -          88,191       88,191      514,096     218,693     732,789
          2009        527,306       114,282      641,588      143,504        86,364      229,868      670,810     200,645     871,456
          2010        540,937        97,333      638,270      147,207        82,661      229,868      688,144     179,994     868,138
          2011        555,003        79,793      634,796      151,004        78,864      229,868      706,007     158,656     864,664
          2012        569,518        61,647      631,164      154,900        74,968      229,868      724,418     136,615     861,032
          2013        584,495        42,830      627,325      158,896        70,972      229,868      743,391     113,802     857,193
          2014        110,000        31,108      141,108      162,995        66,872      229,868      272,995      97,980     370,975
          2015        125,000        26,463      151,463      167,201        62,667      229,868      292,201      89,130     381,330
          2016        125,000        21,431      146,431      171,514        58,354      229,868      296,514      79,785     376,299
          2017        150,000        15,825      165,825      175,939        53,929      229,868      325,939      69,754     395,693
          2018        150,000         9,600      159,600      180,478        49,390      229,868      330,478      58,990     389,468
          2019        150,000         3,225      153,225      185,134        44,734      229,868      335,134      47,959     383,093
          2020                                                189,910        39,958      229,868      189,910      39,958     229,868
          2021                                                194,809        35,058      229,868      194,809      35,058     229,868
          2022                                                199,835        30,033      229,868      199,835      30,033     229,868
          2023                                                204,991        24,877      229,868      204,991      24,877     229,868
          2024                                                210,279        19,589      229,868      210,279      19,589     229,868
          2025                                                215,704        14,164      229,868      215,704      14,164     229,868
          2026                                                221,269         8,599      229,868      221,269       8,599     229,868
          2027                                                226,977         2,891      229,868      226,977       2,891     229,868
          2028                                                    -             -            -            -           -           -
          Total     4,602,651       779,970     5,382,620   3,462,548       993,135     4,455,682   8,065,198   1,773,104    9,838,303
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    II. Wastewater Plan Post Refinancing


                             Existing Debt                         Proposed Refunding                         Proposed Debt                           Total Debt

         Year    Principal     Interest       Total      Principal      Interest        Total     Principal      Interest      Total      Principal    Interest      Total

         2006                                                                                                                                   -           -               -
         2007      501,295       145,932      647,227                                                   -             -            -        501,295     145,932         647,227
         2008      514,096       130,502      644,598                     55,100         55,100         -          77,050       77,050      514,096     262,652         776,748
         2009      100,000        48,453      148,453     185,000        105,806        290,806     143,504        86,364      229,868      428,504     240,622         669,127
         2010      100,000        45,353      145,353     195,000         96,781        291,781     147,207        82,661      229,868      442,207     224,795         667,002
         2011      100,000        42,103      142,103     205,000         87,281        292,281     151,004        78,864      229,868      456,004     208,247         664,252
         2012      100,000        38,703      138,703     220,000         77,188        297,188     154,900        74,968      229,868      474,900     190,858         665,758
         2013      100,000        35,103      135,103     235,000         66,381        301,381     158,896        70,972      229,868      493,896     172,456         666,352
         2014      110,000        31,108      141,108     245,000         54,981        299,981     162,995        66,872      229,868      517,995     152,961         670,957
         2015      125,000        26,463      151,463     245,000         43,344        288,344     167,201        62,667      229,868      537,201     132,474         669,674
         2016      125,000        21,431      146,431     260,000         31,350        291,350     171,514        58,354      229,868      556,514     111,135         667,649
         2017      150,000        15,825      165,825     255,000         19,119        274,119     175,939        53,929      229,868      580,939      88,873         669,812
         2018      150,000         9,600      159,600     275,000          6,531        281,531     180,478        49,390      229,868      605,478      65,521         670,999
         2019      150,000         3,225      153,225                        -              -       185,134        44,734      229,868      335,134      47,959         383,093
         2020                                                                -              -       189,910        39,958      229,868      189,910      39,958         229,868
         2021                                                                -              -       194,809        35,058      229,868      194,809      35,058         229,868
         2022                                                                -              -       199,835        30,033      229,868      199,835      30,033         229,868
         2023                                                                -              -       204,991        24,877      229,868      204,991      24,877         229,868
         2024                                                                -              -       210,279        19,589      229,868      210,279      19,589         229,868
         2025                                                                -              -       215,704        14,164      229,868      215,704      14,164         229,868
         2026                                                                -              -       221,269         8,599      229,868      221,269       8,599         229,868
         2027                                                  -             -              -       226,977         2,891      229,868      226,977       2,891         229,868
         2028
         Total   2,325,391       593,798     2,919,190   2,320,000       643,863    2,963,863     3,462,548       981,993     4,444,541   8,107,939   2,219,654    10,327,593



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    II. Wastewater Existing vs. Refunding

                                                                   Sussex Wastewater System Financing Options

                                 1,000,000


                                  900,000


                                  800,000


                                  700,000
           Annual Debt Service




                                  600,000


                                  500,000


                                  400,000


                                  300,000


                                  200,000


                                  100,000


                                      -
                                             2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028
                                                                                                 Year

                                                                       Existing Plan                                   Updated Plan
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    III. TIF No. 5
                 Village of Sussex
                                                                                                  Assumptions
                 Tax Increment District #5                                             Base Value           799,400
                                                                                        Inflation           2%
                 Historic and Projected Growth                                          Tax Rate           (0.30)

                        Const.    Jan. 1   Revenue                        New            Total             Tax           TID
                         Year    Valuation Collection    Inflation     Construction    Increment           Rate        Revenues

                   1     1994      1995      1996                        $ 2,718,900    $ 2,718,900        25.14          $ 68,353
                  2      1995      1996      1997                         12,024,000     14,742,900        22.16           326,679
                  3      1996      1997      1998                         12,044,400    26,787,300         22.09           591,689
                  4      1997      1998      1999                         10,072,800     36,860,100        22.31           822,416
                  5      1998      1999      2000                          5,248,700     42,108,800        21.85           919,876
                  6      1999      2000      2001                          9,233,800     51,342,600        20.95         1,075,512
                  7      2000      2001      2002                         17,382,300    68,724,900         19.45         1,336,524
                  8      2001      2002      2003                          1,472,400     70,197,300        18.98         1,332,489
                  9      2002      2003      2004                         15,617,400     85,814,700        18.88         1,620,052
                  10     2003      2004      2005                          5,811,900     91,626,600        18.22         1,669,200
                  11     2004      2005      2006                          8,593,700   100,220,300         16.66         1,669,936
                  12     2005      2006      2007                         12,265,400   112,485,700         15.85         1,782,605
                  13     2006      2007      2008                         12,223,800   124,709,500         15.40         1,920,823
                  14     2007      2008      2009          2,510,178                   127,219,678         15.10         1,921,320
                  15     2008      2009      2010          2,560,382                   129,780,060         14.80         1,921,054
                  16     2009      2010      2011          2,611,589                   132,391,649         14.50         1,919,994
                  17     2010      2011      2012          2,663,821                   135,055,470         14.20         1,918,109
                  18     2011      2012      2013          2,717,097                   137,772,567         13.90         1,915,367
                  19     2012      2013      2014          2,771,439                   140,544,006         13.60         1,911,733
                  20     2013      2014      2015          2,826,868                   143,370,875         13.30         1,907,174
                  21     2014      2015      2016          2,883,405                   146,254,280         13.00         1,901,654
                  22     2015      2016      2017          2,941,074                   149,195,354         12.70         1,895,136
                  23     2016      2017      2018          2,999,895                   152,195,249         12.40         1,887,583
                  24     2017      2018      2019          3,059,893                   155,255,142         12.10         1,878,957
                  25     2018      2019      2020          3,121,091                   158,376,233         11.80         1,869,217
                  26     2019      2020      2021          3,183,513                   161,559,745         11.50         1,858,322
                  27     2020      2021      2022          3,247,183                   164,806,928         11.20         1,846,230

                                 Totals                 40,097,428     124,709,500                                    41,688,003
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    III. TIF No. 5 – Existing Debt
         Village of Sussex

         Tif #5 Debt Worksheet


                 $6,085,000 G.O. Bonds    $6,025,000 G.O. Bonds    $2,600,000 Water Rev. Bonds   $3,365,000 G.O. Bonds               Total Tif #5 Debt
         Year     Princ.         Int.      Princ.         Int.         Princ.        Int.         Princ.         Int          Princ.       Int.        Total

          2004     400,000      187,560     250,000       34,888         59,584       65,281       400,000      129,817      1,109,584    417,546      1,527,130
          2005     475,000      170,916     250,000       23,763         59,584       62,302       400,000       48,800      1,184,584    305,781      1,490,365
          2006     500,000      151,898     275,000       12,513         74,480       58,951       400,000       40,800      1,249,480    264,162      1,513,642
          2007     550,000      131,023                                 110,230       54,333       680,000       32,800      1,340,230    218,156      1,558,386
          2008     625,000      107,366                                 119,167       48,598       700,000       17,500      1,444,167    173,464      1,617,631
          2009     725,000       79,848                                 119,167       42,565                                   844,167    122,413        966,580
          2010     785,000       48,893                                 119,167       36,413                                   904,167     85,306        989,473
          2011     800,000       16,400                                 119,167       30,187                                   919,167     46,587        965,754
          2012                                                          122,417       23,852                                   122,417     23,852        146,269
          2013                                                          128,105       17,283                                   128,105     17,283        145,388
          2014                                                          110,230       10,479                                   110,230     10,479        120,709
          2015
          2016

         Total   4,860,000      893,904     775,000       71,164      1,141,298      450,244     2,580,000      269,717      9,356,298   1,685,029    11,041,327


                 2,310,000      145,141           0           0         357,501      109,165             0               0




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    III. TIF No. 5 – Existing Plan

         Village of Sussex

         Tax Increment District #5


                  Tif # 5             Total Tif #5 Debt             Annual     Revenue      Debt
         Year    Revenues      Princ.       Int.        Total       Surplus    Balance      Balance

                                                                                            9,356,298
          2004    1,620,052   1,109,584    417,546     1,527,130      92,922                8,246,714
          2005    1,669,200   1,184,584    305,781     1,490,365     178,835                7,062,130
          2006    1,669,936   1,249,480    264,162     1,513,642     156,294                5,812,650
          2007    1,782,605   1,340,230    218,156     1,558,386     224,219    1,522,917   4,472,420
          2008    1,920,823   1,444,167    173,464     1,617,631     303,192    1,826,109   3,028,253
          2009    1,921,320     844,167    122,413       966,580     954,740    2,780,849   2,184,086
          2010    1,921,054     904,167     85,306       989,473     931,581    3,712,430   1,279,919
          2011    1,919,994     919,167     46,587       965,754     954,240    4,666,670     360,752
          2012    1,918,109     122,417     23,852       146,269   1,771,840    6,438,510     238,335
          2013    1,915,367     128,105     17,283       145,388   1,769,979    8,208,489     110,230
          2014    1,911,733     110,230     10,479       120,709   1,791,024    9,999,513           0


         Total                9,356,298   1,685,029   11,041,327

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AGENDA




                                                 Resolution No. ___


                                    INITIAL RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING
                                  $1,125,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS
                               FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF POLICE FACILITIES


                   RESOLVED that the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, borrow an
                   amount not to exceed $1,125,000 by issuing its general obligation bonds for the
                   public purpose of financing the construction of police facilities.


         Passed this 11th day of March, 2008.


         Approved this 11th day of March, 2008.



                                                                                                President


         Attest:



                                         Village Clerk




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AGENDA




                                                 Resolution No. ___


                                     INITIAL RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING
                                   $2,075,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS
                                    FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS


                   RESOLVED that the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, borrow an
                   amount not to exceed $2,075,000 by issuing its general obligation bonds for the
                   public purpose of financing street improvement projects.


         Passed this 11th day of March, 2008.


         Approved this 11th day of March, 2008.



                                                                                                President


         Attest:



                                         Village Clerk




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AGENDA




                                                   Resolution No. ____

                            RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF $3,200,000
                            GENERAL OBLIGATION CORPORATE PURPOSE BONDS

                WHEREAS the Village Board of the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County, Wisconsin
         (the "Village") has adopted initial resolutions authorizing the issuance of general obligation
         bonds for the following public purposes and in the following amounts:

                   $2,075,000 to finance street improvement projects; and

                   $1,125,000 to finance the construction of police facilities.

                   NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that:

                Section 1. The Bonds. The issues referred to in the preamble hereof are hereby
         combined into one issue of bonds designated "General Obligation Corporate Purpose Bonds"
         (the "Bonds"). The Village shall issue the Bonds in an amount not to exceed $3,200,000 for the
         purposes above specified.

                 Section 2. Sale of Bonds. The Village Board hereby authorizes and directs that the
         Bonds be offered for public sale. At a subsequent meeting, the Village Board shall consider such
         bids for the Bonds as may have been received and take action thereon.

                 Section 3. Notice of Bond Sale. The Village Clerk is hereby directed to cause the sale of
         the Bonds to be publicized in such manner and at such times as the Village Clerk may determine
         and to cause copies of a complete, official Notice of Bond Sale and other pertinent data to be
         forwarded to interested bidders as the Village Clerk may determine.

                  Section 4. Official Statement. The Village Clerk shall cause an Official Statement
         concerning this issue to be prepared by the Village's financial advisor, Public Financial
         Management, Inc. The appropriate Village officials shall determine when the Official Statement
         is final for purposes of Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 15c2-12 and shall certify said
         Statement, such certification to constitute full authorization of such Statement under this
         resolution.

                   Passed this 11th day of March, 2008.

                   Approved this 11th day of March, 2008.




                                                                                                 President
         Attest:



                                           Village Clerk


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AGENDA




                                                Resolution No. ____

                              RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND
                                 PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF $2,320,000
                                GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS

                WHEREAS the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County, Wisconsin (the "Village") is in
         need of $2,320,000 to refund obligations of the Village, including interest on them; and

                 WHEREAS it is in the best interest of the Village that such amount be borrowed through
         the issuance of general obligation bonds by the Village pursuant to Section 67.04 of the
         Wisconsin Statutes.

                 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County,
         Wisconsin, borrow an amount not to exceed $2,320,000 for the public purpose of refunding
         obligations of the Village, including interest on them.

                   BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT:

               Section 1. The Bonds. The Village shall issue General Obligation Refunding Bonds in
         an amount not to exceed $2,320,000 (the "Bonds") for the purpose above specified.

                 Section 2. Sale of Bonds. The Village Board hereby authorizes and directs that the
         Bonds be offered for public sale. At a subsequent meeting, the Village Board shall consider such
         bids for the Bonds as may have been received and take action thereon.

                 Section 3. Notice of Bond Sale. The Village Clerk is hereby directed to cause the sale of
         the Bonds to be publicized in such manner and at such times as the Village Clerk may determine
         and to cause copies of a complete, official Notice of Bond Sale and other pertinent data to be
         forwarded to interested bidders as the Village Clerk may determine.

                  Section 4. Official Statement. The Village Clerk shall cause an Official Statement
         concerning this issue to be prepared by the Village's financial advisor, Public Financial
         Management, Inc. The appropriate Village officials shall determine when the Official Statement
         is final for purposes of Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 15c2-12 and shall certify said
         Statement, such certification to constitute full authorization of such Statement under this
         resolution.

                   Passed this 11th day of March, 2008.

                   Approved this 11th day of March, 2008.



                                                                                                 President

         Attest:


                                          Village Clerk


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AGENDA




                                               Resolution No. ______

                           RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE REDEMPTION OF
                       GENERAL OBLIGATION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BONDS
                                    DATED DECEMBER 1, 1998

                WHEREAS, the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County, Wisconsin (the "Village") has
         outstanding its General Obligation Community Development Bonds, dated December 1, 1998
         (the “Bonds”); and

                WHEREAS, this Village Board has determined that it is necessary and desirable to call
         the Bonds, which mature on April 1 of the years 2010 and 2011, for redemption on May 1, 2008
         with Village funds on hand;

                 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Board of the Village of Sussex,
         Waukesha County, Wisconsin, that the Bonds are called for prior payment on May 1, 2008 at the
         price of par plus accrued interest to the date of redemption.

                 The Village Clerk shall cause timely notice of the call of the Bonds to be given by
         mailing a notice thereof, in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, by registered or
         certified mail no later than March 31, 2008, to the registered owner of each Bond to be redeemed
         at the address shown on the registration books.

                 In addition to the official notice of redemption provided for in the paragraph above, the
         Village Clerk shall cause further notice of the redemption of the Bonds to be redeemed to be
         given on behalf of the Village to all nationally recognized municipal securities information
         repositories, to all registered securities depositories in the business of holding substantial
         amounts of obligations of types such as the Bonds (such depositories being The Depository Trust
         Company of New York, New York) and to one or more national information services that
         disseminate notices of redemption of obligations such as the Bonds. Each further notice of
         redemption shall be sent by registered or certified mail, overnight express delivery, facsimile
         transmission or email transmission and shall contain the information set forth in the official
         notice of redemption provided on Exhibit A.

                   Passed this 11th day of March 2008.

                   Approved this 11th day of March, 2008.



                                                             President

         Attest:



         Village Clerk


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AGENDA




                                                       EXHIBIT A

                                                                   ____________, 2008


         The Depository Trust Company
         Attn.: Supervisor, Call Notification Department
         55 Water Street
         50th Floor
         New York, NY 10041-0099

                    Re:      Village of Sussex, Wisconsin
                             General Obligation Community Development Bonds
                             Date of Original Issue – December 1, 1998

                Notice is hereby given that the Bonds of the above-described issue, which mature on the
         dates and bear interest at the rates set forth below, have been called for prior payment on May 1,
         2008 at the price of par plus accrued interest to the redemption date.

                          Maturity          Interest
                           Date              Rate         CUSIP No.        Principal Amount

                          4/01/10           4.10%         869315KL4*           $785,000
                          4/01/11           4.10          869315KM2*            800,000


                The Bonds to be redeemed should be presented for payment at the office of the Village
         Treasurer, Village Hall, N64 W23760 Main Street, Sussex, Wisconsin 53089. The Village will
         deposit federal or other immediately available funds sufficient for such redemption at the office
         of The Depository Trust Company on or before May 1, 2008.

                Such Bonds will cease to bear interest on May 1, 2008.

                                                              BY ORDER OF THE VILLAGE BOARD
                                                              Village of Sussex
                                                              Village Clerk
         * Indicates a full call of CUSIP




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AGENDA

                                                                                    N64W23760 Main Street
                                                                                    Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                                       Phone (262) 246-5200
                                                                                        FAX (262) 246-5222
                                                                                 Email: wisussex@wi.rr.com
                                                                           Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us


                                                  MEMO
         To:            President and Village Board Members

         From:          Evan Teich, Village Administrator

         Re:            Village Surplus Funds Policy

         Date:          March 04, 2008

         The Village Board has recently amended its Surplus Policy to allow the first $15,000 of Surplus
         to go to the Village’s Cash Capital Expenditure account, which is our internal account to
         purchase large ticket items such as trucks. This helps keep the Village from borrowing for these
         items. In addition, you have provided for an amount up to $10,000 for a Management
         Enhancement Bonus program to acknowledge the efforts of the staff in providing the positive
         results of a $70,000-75,000 General Fund surplus.

         Normal practice would then take any additional funds and place them in the Capital Projects
         Fund.
                   a. This fund covers the road program and any projects or equipment that we borrow
                       for. It serves to lower the amounts necessary to be borrowed in the future or to
                       cover project cost overruns
                   b. However in 2007, these monies were instead allocated for a new Village Hall
                       sign, renovations and replacement of equipment at the Youth Hall, additional fire
                       department equipment needs and new outer doors for the front of the Village Hall

         This year we have again created a surplus list, attached. This list is by all means not exhaustive.
         In fact, this list has been prioritized from a staff perspective and in discussing the issue with the
         Village President he reminded me of a missing item, Replacement Benches ($800 per). These
         are not luxuries, many of these items we need but for a lack of room in the budget have been
         deferred. One item in particular, the Village Park Sign, has been on a potential capital
         improvements list for a couple of years now. Its estimated cost is $40,000. The Lions Club may
         purchase this sign for the Village or the proceeds from the 50th Anniversary may make a start but
         likely the Village would need to cover the balance for it to be a reality. If the Lions do donate
         the money for the sign there is still the Village hall remodel whose costs rise every time we
         discuss what should be done; roof, hvac units, carpeting, tuckpointing, entry stairs (covering),
         moving the kitchen, and lower level bathroom renovations

         It is a policy decision for the Village Board on whether to expend this one time source of funds
         on any of these items, create new items, to place the money in the Village’s Capital Projects
         Fund or to place it in the Village’s General Fund Reserve (our savings account). Staff
         appreciates the opportunity to discuss this issue with the Board.
AGENDA

                                                                             Finance Department
                                                                          N64W23760 Main Street
                                                                         Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                            Phone (262) 246-5225
                                                                       Email: nwhalen@wi.rr.com
                                                                 Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us




         To: Evan Teich, Jeremy Smith, Eric Nitschke

         From: Nancy Whalen

         Date: February 28, 2008

         RE: Use of Surplus

         Based on preliminary estimates of the 2007 surplus we will have about $70,000
         to $75,000 available. Using the board’s new policy, the first $15,000 would go to
         the equipment replacement fund and the next $10,000 would be for management
         team bonuses. This would leave $45,000 to $50,000 available for one time
         purchases, projects or to create an incentive program.

         Based on the meeting held February 27, 2008 these are the items to go before
         the board as the most urgent requests.

            •    Sand and salt spreader for the trackless                     $   6,190
            •    File server system at Recreation Department                  $   1,000
            •    Chairs and tables at the Recreation Department               $   1,500
            •    Other recreation items (digital camera or carpet cleaning)   $     500
            •    Website enhancement                                          $   1,500
            •    CCAR update                                                  $     500
            •    Insulated windows for 5 doors at the PW garage               $   2,953
            •    Smokeaters special event                                     $     500
            •    Employee incentives program                                  $   1,000
            •    Village Park sign (total cost is shown but the hope is for
                 donations in conjunction with the park’s 50th anniversary
                 celebration)                                                 $40,000
            •    Village Hall improvements (there is money in the 2008
                 borrowing for improvements but with the work that needs to
                 be done, it appears that more will be needed)

         Total                                                                $55,643
AGENDA




                                             RESOLUTION NO. 08-_____

         WHEREAS:      The Village Board of the Village of Sussex previously created a policy to guide how any
                       annual surplus would be divided to meet stated goals of the Village, and

         WHEREAS:      The first $15,000 of any annual surplus would be placed in the Equipment Replacement
                       Fund, and

         WHEREAS:      The next $10,000 of any annual surplus would be placed into the Management
                       Performance Program, and

         WHEREAS:      Any additional surplus would be allocated as deemed appropriate by the Village Board to
                       meet the operational and capital needs of the Village, and

         WHEREAS:      The Village of Sussex 2007 annual general fund surplus will be between $75,000 and
                       $70,000 or 1.2% of the annual general fund operating budget of the Village.


         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Board of the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County,
         Wisconsin, that:

         1.     $15,000 of the surplus be placed in the Equipment Replacement Fund

         2.     $10,000 of the surplus be placed in the Management Performance Program

         3.     The remaining surplus shall be allocated as attached in Exhibit A “Surplus Funds” memo from
                Nancy Whalen, Village of Sussex Finance Director.


         Adopted ____________________________



                                                               _________________________________
                                                               Village President



         ATTEST: _______________________________
                      Clerk-Treasurer
AGENDA




         STATE OF WISCONSIN                   VILLAGE OF SUSSEX                     WAUKESHA COUNTY

                                            ORDINANCE NO._________

          AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL SECTION 1.17, CABLE TELEVISION ADVISORY COMMITTEE

         WHEREAS, the Village of Sussex Finance & Personnel Evaluation Committee has recommended
         updating the Village of Sussex Committee Structure; and

         WHEREAS, the Finance & Personnel Evaluation Committee believes that the roles and functions
         of the Cable Television Advisory Committee are no longer required due to the Legislation related
         to franchise agreements; and

         WHEREAS, the Village Board Members are committed to aligning the Village of Sussex
         Committee Structure to match needs of the growing community.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Village Board of the Village of Sussex, Waukesha
         County, Wisconsin, that:

         SECTION 1. Chapter 1, Section 1.17 entitled Cable Television Advisory Committee is hereby
         repealed.

         SECTION 2. The Village Clerk shall establish 1.17 as a placeholder in the Village code by stating
         the following in Chapter 1, Section 1.17:

                  1.17 Intentionally left blank

         SECTION 3. The several sections of this Ordinance are declared to be severable. If any section
         or portion thereof shall be declared by a decision of the court of competent jurisdiction to be
         invalid, unlawful or unenforceable, such decision shall apply only to the specific section or portion
         thereof directly specified in the decision, and not affect the validity of all other provisions,
         sections, or portions thereof the ordinance which shall remain in full force and effect. Any other
         ordinances are hereby repealed as to those terms that conflict.

         SECTION 4. This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and posting or
         publication as provided by the law.

         Passed and adopted this _____ day of ___________, 2008.


                                                           ____________________________
                                                           Village President


         ATTEST: ____________________________
                   Clerk-Treasurer




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AGENDA




                                              STATE OF WISCONSIN AUTHORIZED USER/LOCAL GOVERNMENT
                                                           CUSTOMER SERVICE AGREEMENT



                     THIS STATE OF WISCONSIN AUTHORIZED USER/LOCAL GOVERNMENT CUSTOMER SERVICE AGREEMENT (this
         “Agreement”), dated February 14th 2008 (the “Effective Date”), is by and between United States Cellular Corporation on behalf of its operating
         licensed affiliates doing business as U.S. Cellular (“USCC”), and Village of Sussex on behalf of its employees and permitted subsidiaries and affiliates
         (“Customer”).

                     WHEREAS, Customer is an Authorized User as defined by Wisconsin Statute 16.70(8). As an Authorized User Customer is eligible to
         receive the State of Wisconsin’s preferred pricing for Services and Equipment; and

                       WHEREAS, Customer desires to purchase wireless telecommunication Services and Equipment from USCC at the preferred pricing; and

                       WHEREAS, USCC is willing to provide Customer with wireless telecommunication service and Equipment in accordance with the
                       provisions and conditions set forth herein.

                       NOW, THEREFORE, the parties agree as follows:

                       1.        DEFINITIONS.

                                 (a)     “Equipment” means wireless telephone and data equipment purchased by Customer from USCC or otherwise provided to
                                         Customer by USCC for use in connection with Service.

                                 (b)     “Service” means the wireless telecommunication services (including, without limitation, voice and data services) that
                                         USCC will provide to Customer pursuant to this Agreement.

                       2.        PROVISION OF SERVICE.

                                 (a)         USCC shall provide and Customer shall purchase Service and Equipment pursuant to the terms and conditions set
                                 forth in this Agreement. Service is available to Equipment only when such Equipment is within the operating range of Service as
                                 set forth in USCC’s standard coverage maps. The standard coverage maps as of the Effective Date are attached hereto as
                                 Exhibit A. Such maps may be updated periodically by USCC. Service is furnished for Customer’s use only. Customer may not
                                 resell Service to third parties. Customer may not use the Service for any unlawful, improper, harassing or abusive purposes or in
                                 a manner that interferes with USCC’s network, business operations, employees or customers.

                                 (b)        Customer’s use of the data services portion of Service (currently known as easyedgesm Phone Service), specifically
                                 excluding any BlackBerry products or services, shall be governed by this Agreement and the Wireless Data (powered by BREW)
                                 End User License Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit B. Customer’s use of any BlackBerry portion of the Service shall be
                                 governed by this Agreement and the applicable RIM License(s). For purposes of this Agreement, “RIM License(s)” means the
                                 then current standard software license(s), in whatever form or medium provided by Research In Motion Corporation, a Delaware
                                 corporation and/or Research In Motion Limited, an Ontario corporation (individually and collectively, “RIM”), in conjunction
                                 with the “BlackBerry” wireless handset device and related services, including but not limited to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server
                                 (“BES”) Software License and BlackBerry End User/Software License Agreements provided with the BES software and
                                 BlackBerry Wireless handset devices, respectively. A current set of versions of RIM Licenses can be found at
                                 http://www.rim.com/legal/index.shtml. As a condition to receiving any BlackBerry portion of the Service, Customer shall enter
                                 into, and at all times during the Initial Term and any Renewal Term maintain in place and comply with the terms of, the RIM
                                 Licenses needed to receive the BlackBerry portion of the Service. Customer shall be responsible for ensuring that any end user
                                 using the BlackBerry portion of the Service through Customer enter into the applicable RIM License(s) as may be required by
                                 RIM.

                                 (c)        USCC shall provide Customer with a major account support team and customer support as set forth in Exhibit C.

                                 (d) Customer shall be solely responsible for the selection, implementation, and performance of any third party equipment,
                                 software and telecommunication equipment and services (including, without limitation, Internet email connectivity) used in
                                 connection with the BlackBerry portion of the Service. Customer shall be responsible for insuring that the computer equipment
                                 and email system used by Customer in connection with the BlackBerry portion of the Service meets USCC’s and RIM’s
                                 minimum standards for interoperability including, without limitation, those with respect to memory requirements, processing
                                 speed, the choice of email server and client software, and the use of dedicated Internet access for accessing Internet email.

                                 (e) USCC may impose usage or service limits, suspend service or block certain categories of transmissions in its sole discretion
                                 to protect its customers or its business. Customer may not use the service for any unlawful, improper, harassing or abusive
                                 purpose or in such a way that interferes with USCC’s network, business operations, employees or customers.

                  3.             RATES AND CHARGES.

                                 (a)       Customer shall pay for Service at the rates set forth in Exhibit D. Customer shall also pay applicable additional fees
                                 and charges including, without limitation, regulatory cost recovery charges (e.g., Universal Service Fund, Enhanced 911, and
                                 Wireless Number Portability), surcharges, and taxes. Customer acknowledges that such additional fees and charges are subject to
                                 change without prior notice.




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              (b)        With respect to the BlackBerry portion of the Service, if any, Customer shall pay the rates set forth in the attached
              Exhibit E.

              (c) USCC reserves the right to pass through to Customer with prior written notice any increased cost imposed on USCC by RIM
              with respect to Customer’s usage of the BlackBerry portion of the Service. Customer agrees to pay any such cost passed through
              by USCC.

              (d)    If Customer desires to purchase any services offered by USCC for which rates are not set forth in Exhibit D or Exhibit E,
              then upon request from Customer, USCC shall provide to Customer a written offer setting forth the applicable rates and charges
              therefor. If Customer accepts such offered rates and charges, USCC shall provide such services which shall thereafter be deemed
              to be part of the Service.

         4.   BILLING AND PAYMENT.

              USCC shall bill Customer on a monthly basis for all amounts due hereunder. Due to delayed reporting by other carriers, some
              wireless usage incurred while roaming outside a USCC market may be billed in months subsequent to Customer’s actual usage.
              The minutes used, and associated charges, will be applied against Customer’s monthly plan minutes in the month that the usage
              appears on Customer’s bill rather than the month the calls were actually placed. Customer will be billed in advance for monthly
              access charges and in arrears for usage charges. Payments are due by the due date shown on the monthly invoice. USCC may
              charge a late fee of 18% per annum for any amount not paid when due. Except where prohibited by law, Customer agrees to
              reimburse USCC for all costs (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees, collection fees and similar expenses)
              incurred by USCC in connection with the collection of amounts due from Customer hereunder.

         5.   COVERAGE.

              Customer acknowledges that Service may be interrupted or unavailable due to atmospheric or topographical conditions,
              governmental regulations or orders, or system capacity limitations. Representations of coverage by USCC or its agents are not
              guarantees. Customer also acknowledges that the BlackBerry portion of the Service may be interrupted or unavailable due to the
              failure of third party suppliers or the termination of one of more third party supplier relationships including, without limitation,
              that with RIM

         6.   EQUIPMENT.

              (a)        USCC shall sell wireless handset Equipment to Customer at the prices set forth in Exhibit F for each Eligible Upgrade
              and for each new line of Service activated by Customer. An “Eligible Upgrade” shall mean Customer’s first upgrade of wireless
              handset Equipment for a line of Service after completing 20 months of Service on such line. Except for Eligible Upgrades and
              new activations, all other purchases or upgrades of wireless handset Equipment shall be at full retail price.

              (b)        At Customer’s option, Customer may change the Service rate plan for any of its then-existing Equipment to any other
              Service rate plan set forth on Exhibit D, provided that such Equipment is compatible with the chosen Service rate plan.

              (c)    USCC shall sell RIM wireless handset Equipment to Customer at the prices set forth in Exhibit G hereto.

         7.   TERM AND TERMINATION.

              (a)        Term. Unless terminated earlier as provided herein, the initial term of this Agreement shall commence as of the
              Effective Date and shall expire on June 30, 2010 (the “Initial Term”). The term of this Agreement shall renew thereafter for
              successive thirty-day terms (each a “Renewal Term”) unless either party notifies the other party in writing of its intent not to
              renew this Agreement, and such notice is provided at least thirty days prior to the expiration of the Initial Term or the then-current
              Renewal Term, as the case may be.

              (b)         Termination. Either party (the “Nondefaulting Party”) may terminate this Agreement if the other party (the
              “Defaulting Party”): (i) is or becomes insolvent; (ii) makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or a receiver is appointed to
              take charge of all or any part of the Defaulting Party’s assets or business; (iii) is the subject of a bankruptcy, whether voluntary or
              involuntary; or (iv) materially breaches any of its obligations under this Agreement, and such breach is not cured within ten days
              after the Nondefaulting Party notifies the Defaulting Party in writing of such breach. USCC may immediately terminate the
              BlackBerry portion of the Service (x) if USCC is prevented from providing such portion of the Service by any law, regulation,
              requirement or ruling issued in any form whatsoever by judicial or other government authority, (y) upon termination of any third
              party relationship that affects such portion of the Service including, without limitation, termination of USCC’s relationship with
              RIM, or (z) if Customer fails to comply with any applicable RIM License.

              (c)        Early Termination Fees. If this Agreement or any line of Service is terminated during the Initial Term for any reason
              other than USCC’s material breach of this Agreement or for reasons set forth in Section 7(b)(x) or Section 7(b)(y) above,
              Customer will be assessed an early termination fee per terminated line of Service. Liquidated Damages may also apply

              (d)        Consequences of Termination. Upon termination or expiration of this Agreement: (i) Customer shall pay all
              amounts due hereunder to USCC; (ii) USCC shall cease to provide Service hereunder; and (iii) Sections 7 and 9 through 19, as
              well as any other provision that should naturally extend beyond the termination or expiration of this Agreement, shall survive
              such expiration or termination of this Agreement for any reason.

         8.   THEFT.

              If any Equipment is lost, stolen or otherwise absent from Customer’s possession and control, Customer is responsible for all
              charges until Customer reports the loss, theft, or other occurrence to USCC. USCC may require Customer to provide USCC with

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               a police report or sworn statement verifying the loss or theft before waiving any charges. No such report shall be deemed to be a
               notice of termination of this Agreement.

         9.    ARBITRATION.

               Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement shall be resolved by binding arbitration at the request of
               either party. Each party shall bear its own costs and attorneys’ fees. The American Arbitration Association shall administer the
               arbitration, and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. Both parties
               acknowledge that this Agreement is a transaction involving interstate commerce, and is therefore governed by the Federal
               Arbitration Act. By agreeing to arbitration, both parties are waiving their right to litigate in court including any right to a jury
               trial. The parties agree that all claims shall be treated individually, and there shall be no consolidation of claims or class actions.

         10.   CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.

               If Customer is a person, firm, or organization other than the individual user of the Service, the individual agreeing to this
               Agreement on behalf of such Customer hereby certifies having authority to agree on behalf of Customer.

         11.   LIMITS OF LIABILITY.

               USCC’S LIABILITY REGARDING CUSTOMER’S USE OF THE SERVICES OR RELATED EQUIPMENT, OR THE
               FAILURE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE SERVICE OR EQUIPMENT, IS LIMITED TO THE CHARGES CUSTOMER
               INCURS FOR THE APPLICABLE SERVICE OR EQUIPMENT DURING THE AFFECTED PERIOD. THIS MEANS USCC
               IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, WITHOUT
               LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS OR LOST BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES), PUNITIVE OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, OR
               ATTORNEYS’ FEES.

         12.   DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES.

               USCC MAKES NO WARRANTY REGARDING THE SERVICES AND DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY,
               INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, INFRINGEMENT OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
               PURPOSE. USCC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND ITS CONTROL, INCLUDING WITHOUT
               LIMITATION, ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF OTHERS, ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS, OR ACTS OF GOD. USCC DOES
               NOT MANUFACTURE EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE, AND CUSTOMER’S ONLY WARRANTIES AND
               REPRESENTATIONS WITH RESPECT TO EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE ARE THOSE PROVIDED BY THE
               MANUFACTURER (WITH RESPECT TO WHICH USCC HAS NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER). USCC SHALL HAVE NO
               LIABILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY END USER FOR ANY PORTION OF THE SERVICE PROVIDED BY RIM, ITSELF
               OR THROUGH OR IN CONJUNCTION WITH USCC, OR FOR THE ACCURACY, TIMELINESS OR CONTINUED
               AVAILABILITY OF ANY SUCH SERVICE. USCC SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY END USER
               FOR ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INFRINGEMENT OR MISAPPROPRIATION WITH RESPECT TO ANY
               ELEMENT OF THE BLACKBERRY PORTION OF THE SERVICE PROVIDED BY ANY THIRD PARTY INCLUDING,
               WITHOUT LIMITATION, BY RIM, THROUGH OR IN CONJUNCTION WITH USCC. IN ADDITION, WITHOUT
               LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, USCC SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS THE SUITABILITY OF THE
               SERVICE FOR USE IN MISSION CRITICAL APPLICATIONS OR IN HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTS REQUIRING FAIL
               SAFE CONTROLS, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, OPERATION OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES, AIRCRAFT
               NAVIGATION OR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL AND LIFE SUPPORT OR WEAPONS
               SYSTEMS.

         13.   ASSIGNMENT.

               USCC may assign this Agreement without notice to Customer. Customer may assign this Agreement only with USCC’s prior
               written consent.

         14.   ENTIRE AGREEMENT AND AMENDMENT.

               This Agreement is the entire agreement between Customer and USCC. This Agreement supersedes any inconsistent or additional
               promises made to Customer by any employee or agent of USCC, including but not limited to any customer service agreement
               between USCC and any affiliate or subsidiary of Customer. Except as otherwise provided herein, this Agreement may not be
               modified or amended or any rights of a party to it waived except in a writing signed by duly authorized representatives of the
               parties hereto.

         15.   GOVERNING LAW.

               This Agreement shall be governed by, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin. In the event
               of any conflict between this Agreement and the applicable laws or tariffs of any local, state or federal body, such laws or tariffs
               shall control to the extent applicable. All Exhibits to this Agreement are hereby incorporated into and made a part of this
               Agreement.

         16.   NO WAIVER; SEVERABILITY.

               USCC’s failure to enforce any right or remedy available under this Agreement is not a waiver. If any part of this Agreement is
               held invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Agreement will remain in force.




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         17.   NOTICE.

               All notices, requests, demands and other communications hereunder shall be in writing and shall be deemed given when either
               personally served or after 3 business day if mailed by certified, registered mail, return receipt requested, or after 1 business day if
               delivered by a reputable overnight delivery service, or by facsimile transmission to:

                          USCC:                                                      Customer:

                          Attn:                                                      Attn:
                          _Karmen Juckem____                                         __Jeremy Smith_____
                          __________________                                         ___________________


                          With a copy to:
                          United States Cellular Corporation
                          Attn: Legal and Regulatory Affairs
                          8410 West Bryn Mawr
                          Chicago, IL 60631
                          FAX #: (773)864-3133

                          and to:

                          Stephen P. Fitzell, Esq.
                          Sidley Austin LLP
                          1 S. Dearborn Street
                          Chicago, IL 60603
                          FAX #: (312)853-7036

               If either party changes its address during the Term, it shall so advise the other party in writing, and all notices thereafter required
               to be given shall be sent to such new address.

         18.   COMPLIANCE WITH LAW.

               Each party shall comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations in its performance hereunder.

         19.   PUBLICITY AND ADVERTISING.

               Neither party shall, without the prior written consent of the other party: (i) use any name, trade name, trademark, service mark or
               symbol of the other party in advertising, publicity or otherwise, or (ii) represent, directly or indirectly, that any Service or
               Equipment provided by such party has been approved or endorsed by the other.

         20.   IN BUILDING REPEATER SYSTEMS.

               Customer acknowledges that, pursuant to Section 22.383 of the FCC’s Rules (47 C.F.R. Section 22.383), only FCC licensees are
               authorized to install and operate any “in building radiation systems” or “in building repeater systems” as defined in Section 22.99
               of the FCC’s Rules (47 C.F.R. Section 22.99) and that the installation and operation of any such system can take place only with
               USCC’s consent and under its supervision and control. During the term of this Agreement, Customer shall not install on its
               premises any such system without USCC’s prior written consent.

         21.   AFFILIATES AND SUBSIDIARIES.

               Upon request by Customer and subject to USCC’s written approval, which may be withheld in its sole discretion, Customer’s
               affiliates and subsidiaries may purchase Service or Equipment from USCC pursuant to the terms and conditions of this
               Agreement. Customer shall guarantee the performance of its approved affiliates and subsidiaries obligations under this
               Agreement.

         22.   CREDIT INFORMATION.

               Customer authorizes business references or consumer and credit agencies to furnish USCC with credit records, ratings, and
               history.

         23.   CONFIDENTIALITY.

               (a)        Confidential Information. “Confidential Information” means with respect to a party hereto, this Agreement, together
               with all business or technical information or materials of such party provided hereunder. Confidential Information shall not
               include information or material that the receiving party demonstrates: (i) was known to the receiving party prior to the Effective
               Date free of any obligation of nondisclosure; (ii) was in the public domain prior to the date received by a receiving party
               hereunder or which subsequently came into the public domain through no fault of the receiving party; (iii) was lawfully received
               by the receiving party from a third party free of any obligation of nondisclosure; or (iv) was independently developed by the
               receiving party, employees, consultants or agents without reference to any Confidential Information of the disclosing party.


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         (b)        Maintaining Confidentiality.

                    The parties shall:

                    (i) hold all Confidential Information in strict confidence and not disclose it to others or use it any way except in
                    performing the receiving party’s obligations under this Agreement; and

                    (ii) take all action reasonably necessary to protect the confidentiality of the Confidential Information including,
                    without limitation, implementing and enforcing operating procedures to minimize the possibility of unauthorized use
                    or copying of the Confidential Information.

         (c)         Ownership and Return of Confidential Information. Confidential Information furnished to the receiving party by
         the disclosing party will be and shall remain solely the property of the disclosing party. The receiving party agrees to return all
         Confidential Information and any materials or other property provided by the disclosing party promptly, at the disclosing party’s
         request or upon termination of this Agreement, whichever occurs first. The receiving party agrees not to retain any Confidential
         Information of the disclosing party or reproductions thereof, or other such property or materials, after such request or termination.

         (d)        Required Disclosures. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the receiving party may disclose the disclosing party’s
         Confidential Information to the extent that the receiving party is required by any subpoena or other lawful process.




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         IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized representatives.


         UNITED STATES CELLULAR CORPORATION                                    [                                ]



         By:                                                                   By:

         Name: Karmen Juckem                                                   Name: Jeremy Smith

         Title: Wireless Business Consultant                                   Title:




                                                           SIGNATURE PAGE
                                                                  TO
                         STATE OF WISCONSIN AUTHORIZED USER/LOCAL GOVERNMENT CUSTOMER SERVICE AGREEMENT
                                                           BY AND BETWEEN
                                                UNITED STATES CELLULAR CORPORATION
                                                                 AND
                                                       [ VILLAGE OF SUSSEX ]




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                                  EXHIBIT A
                        CURRENT COVERAGE MAP




                             WIAuthUserMap.pd
                                 f (2 MB)

                         See Embedded PDF File Titled
                            “WIAuthUserMap.pdf”
                              Depicting Coverage
                                      For
                         State of Wisconsin Local Plan

         National Coverage Applies for State of Wisconsin National Plan




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                                                                                 EXHIBIT B

                                           U.S. Cellular Wireless Data (powered by BREW™) End User License Agreement

                     1.         Limited License. The developer of the Application (“Developer”) hereby grants to you a non-exclusive limited license to install
         the object code version of the Application on one wireless communication device and to use the Application on such device. All rights not expressly
         granted are reserved by the Developer. The term “Application” includes any software that is provided to you at the same time the Application is
         provided to you, or that is used in connection with the Application.

                    2.         Restrictions. You agree not to reproduce, modify or distribute the Application or other software included in your wireless device
         (“Other Software”). Subject to applicable law, you agree not to decompile or reverse engineer the Application or the Other Software. You agree not to
         (i) remove any copyright or other proprietary notice from the Application or the Other Software, or (ii) sublicense or transfer the Application or the
         Other Software to a third party.

                     3.         Ownership. You agree that the Developer and its licensors retain all right, title and interest in and to the Application and all
         copies of the Application, including all copyrights therein. You agree to erase an Application from your wireless device upon receipt of notice.

                  4.        Termination. This Agreement shall terminate immediately, without notice, if you fail to comply with any material term of this
         Agreement. Upon termination you agree to immediately erase the Application from your wireless device.

                 5.       Disclaimer of Warranty. THE APPLICATION IS LICENSED TO YOU “AS IS.” DEVELOPER AND ITS LICENSORS
         DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES REGARDING THE APPLICATION, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT
         LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
         FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. DEVELOPER DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE OPERATION OF THE APPLICATION WILL BE
         UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE
         ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY OR MAY BE LIMITED.

                 6.      Limitation of Liability. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
         DEVELOPER OR ITS LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES OF ANY
         KIND ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THE APPLICATION (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST DATA OR LOST PROFITS), EVEN IF
         THE DEVELOPER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY
         APPLICABLE LAW, IN NO EVENT WILL THE DEVELOPER’S LIABILITY FOR ANY CLAIM, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT
         (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) OR ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY, EXCEED THE FEE PAID BY YOU. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO
         NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SO THE ABOVE
         LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY OR MAY BE LIMITED.

                    7.         Export. The Application is subject to the export control laws and regulations of the United States and other jurisdictions. You
         agree to comply with all such laws and regulations.

                     8.         Government. If you are or are acting on behalf of an agency or instrumentality of the United States Government, the Application
         is “commercial computer software” developed exclusively at private expense. Pursuant to FAR 12.212 or DFARS 227 7202 and their successors, as
         applicable, use, reproduction and disclosure of the Application is governed by the terms of this Agreement.

                     9.           Miscellaneous. This Agreement is governed by the laws of the State of California, USA, without regard to California’s conflict of
         law principles. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Sale of International Goods does not apply to this Agreement. If any provision
         hereof is held illegal, invalid or unenforceable, in whole or in part, such provision shall be modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it legal,
         valid and enforceable, and the legality, validity and enforceability of all other provisions of this Agreement shall not be affected thereby. This
         Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between you and the Developer regarding its subject matter and supersedes any prior agreement, whether
         written or oral, relating to the subject matter of this Agreement. No modification or alteration of this Agreement will be valid except in writing signed
         by you and the Developer.




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                                                     EXHIBIT C

                                                 CUSTOMER SUPPORT



         Account Team Contact Information:

          Karmen Juckem
         Karmen.hopke@uscellular.com
         414-333-3040

         Josh White
         414-333-8173




         Customer Service Contact Information:
          BUSINESS QUEUE
         800-819-9373




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                                                                            EXHIBIT D
                                                                               RATES


         Eligibility:         Wisconsin statutes (s.16.73, Wis. Stats.) establish authority to allow Wisconsin municipalities
         (authorized users) to purchase from state contracts. A “municipality” is defined as any county, city, village, town, school district, board of
         school directors, sewer district, drainage district, vocational, technical and adult education district or any other public body having the
         authority to award public contract (s. 16.70 (8), Wis. Stats). Federally recognized Indian tribes and bands in this state may participate in
         cooperative purchasing with the state or any municipality under ss. 66.0301(1) and (2), Wis. Stats. This Cooperative Purchasing (Authorized
         User Program) is for official business use only. Employees , their families or any other business authorized users may be associated with may
         not participate in the Cooperative Purchasing (Authorized User Program)


         Activation Fee:                 Waived
         Initial Contract Term:          Through June 30, 2010
         Contract Termination Fee:       $150.00 prorated over the term of the contract
         Liquidated Damages:             Authorized User activating service during final twelve (12) months of the contract period, and then choose to
         leave U.S. Cellular® at the end of the contract term, will pay liquidated damages for equipment. Liquidated damages will be assessed based on
         calculating the difference between U.S. Cellular®’s list price for the equipment and the actual purchase price paid by the authorized user.




                    State of Wisconsin Local Plan
                    Monthly Access                  $3.00
                    Incoming Minute                 $0.05
                    Outgoing Minute                 $0.05
                    Long Distance Minute            No incremental charge
                    Toll Free Minute                $0.05
                    Directory Assistance Per Call   $1.50
                    Mobile to Mobile Minute         $0.05
                    Intra State Roaming Minute      $0.05
                    Inter State Roaming Minute      $0.30
                    Monthly USF Fee                 $0.70

                    The $0.05 rate applies to all minutes within the State of Wisconsin and on the U.S. Cellular® network nationwide.
                    The $0.30 Inter State Roaming Minute applies to all roaming minutes outside of Wisconsin and off the US Cellular® network nationwide.




                    State of Wisconsin National Plan
                    Monthly Access                 $6.00
                    Incoming Minute                $0.05
                    Outgoing Minute                $0.05
                    Long Distance Minute           No incremental charge
                    Toll Free Minute               $0.05
                    Directory Assistance Per Call  $1.50
                    Mobile to Mobile Minute        $0.05
                    Intra State Roaming            $0.05
                    Inter State Roaming            $0.05
                    Monthly USF Fee                $0.70

                    Unlimited Mobile to Mobile      $6.00      May be added to this National Rate plan. Mobile to Mobile only on USCC Network.
                    Unlimited Incoming /            $8.00      May be added to this National Rate plan. National network coverage.




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                                                                EXHIBIT D

                                                                  RATES




         Additional Services Available for Both Rate Plans
         SpeedTalk®                      $10.00
         easyedgeSM Unlimited            $9.95
         Text Messaging 250              $4.95
         Text Messaging 750              $9.95
         Unlimited Text Messaging        $14.95
         Picture Messaging 20            $2.95
         Picture Messaging 50            $5.95
         Picture Messaging 100           $10.95
         Mobile Paging                   $6.95
         Advanced Mobile Paging          $8.95
         Signal Insurance                $5.95
         Windows Mobile Email &Web $24.95


         20% of Access for the following Plans

         Wide Area Single Line Plans
         National Single Line Plans
         Wide Area Family Plans
         National Family Plans
         Wide Area Business Community Plans- Pooled and Non-Pooled
         Business National Plans-Pooled and Non-Pooled
         Unlimited Data for Wireless Modem Plan ($60.00 discounted to $48.00)




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                                                           EXHIBIT E

                                                   BLACKBERRY SERVICE RATES



         BlackBerry® Service Rates

         Unlimited Data for BlackBerry® w/Voice Plan     $32.00
         Unlimited Data for BlackBerry® Data Only Plan   $32.00
         4 MB Limited Data for BlackBerry®               $24.95 + $0.01 per KB overage




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                                                                    EXHIBIT F

                                                                   EQUIPMENT

         Basic Handsets

         Basic Bar Phone                   Nokia 2125                         $0.01
         Basic Flip Phone                  LG 145                             $0.01
         Basic SpeedTalk® Phone            Kyocera KX440                      $0.01

         Basic handset equipment options subject to change based on manufacturer availability.

         Other Handsets

         Fixed Discount off Full Retail               25%
         One Time Credit-Voice Handsets               $100.00

         Net handset pricing for new lines of service and eligible upgrades is calculated per the following:

                    Full Retail Price- Less the 25% -Less the One Time Credit= Net Pricing

                    Example:

                               Full Retail Price                   $199.95
                               25 % Discount                       ($49.99)
                               One Time Credit                    ($100.00)
                               Net Price                            $49.96

         Motorola Q

         Fixed Discount off Full Retail               25%
         One Time Credit                              $299.00
         Full Retail Pricing                          $399.95
         Net Pricing:                                 $0.96

         Wireless Modem Card                          $0.01

         Accessories                                  25% Discount




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                                                             EXHIBIT G

                                                  BLACKBERRY EQUIPMENT




              BlackBerry® Devices

              Fixed Discount off Full Retail   25%
              One Time Credit                  $299.00

                                               Full Retail         Net Pricing

              BlackBerry® 7130                 $499.95             $75.96
              BlackBerry® 8703                 $499.95             $75.96
              BlackBerry® 8830                 $499.95             $75.96




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                                      VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                                   PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE
                                      BILLS FOR PAYMENT
                                            3/10/2008
                  VENDOR           AMOUNT                             REMARKS

     C.D. SMITH CONSTRUCTION   $     157,931.45   REGIONAL WPCF
     STRAND ASSOCIATES, INC.   $      12,736.08   WWTP CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         187.75   MISC FINANCIAL SERVICES
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         302.00   MISC GIS SERVICES
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         327.08   MISC ENGINEERING
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         152.25   MISC PUBLIC WORKS
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         212.00   MISC WATER ASSIST
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         750.00   WEB HOSTING SERVICES
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         970.25   GIS MAINTENANCE
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       2,495.00   SCADA SERVICE AGREEMENT-WATER
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       1,762.25   COLOR INK 2007 ADDITION
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         132.75   SEVEN STONES
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       1,199.25   PHEASANT RUN ENTERPRISES LOT 6
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       1,320.37   BRADDOCK PLACE PHASE 3
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $          26.62   PINE RIDGE PHASE 3
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $      24,555.69   DUAL FORCE MAINS
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $      20,898.39   FRANTL PUMP STATION & CONVEYANCE
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         735.26   LOGAN'S RUN
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       7,119.28   STONEWOOD ESTATES PHASE 2
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       5,751.34   WELL 6 & 7 WATER SCADA SYSTEM UPGRADE
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         135.00   2007 ROAD PROGRAM
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       1,632.25   STH 74 UTILITY COORDINATE
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         622.02   TOWN CENTER DEVELOPMENT
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $          33.75   ANCHOR BANK CSM
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $      57,039.31   WAUKESHA AVE 2008 ROAD PROG DESIGN
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       1,746.00   MIDWEST EXPANSION SHOPKO
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $          71.25   WILDFLOWER LLC

                   TOTAL       $     300,844.64
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                                              RESOLUTION NO. 08-_____

         WHEREAS:       The Plan Commission and Village Board of the village of Sussex have approved the
                        infrastructure plans for the Sussex Business Park, and

         WHEREAS:       As required by the Village’s Development Agreement, the Developer (MLG) has installed
                        the necessary improvements in the Sussex Business Park, and

         WHEREAS:       The public improvements were installed in June 2002, but many of the original public
                        improvements: water, roads, storm water in the public roadway, and sewer were never
                        officially accepted by the Village, and

         WHEREAS:       Additions to the public improvements were installed to service Lot 6 of the Sussex Business
                        Park and were accepted by the Village in 2006, and

         WHEREAS:       The Public Works Committee has recommended that all the original improvements as
                        required by the Developer’s agreement have been installed and have performed without
                        major incident well beyond the normal 2 year warranty period.


         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Board of the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County,
         Wisconsin, that:

         1.     The original public improvements for the Sussex Business Park be accepted by the Village, and
                that the warranty period be considered fulfilled.

         2.     The additional public improvements accepted in 2006 still maintain their warranty period date as
                approved in the prior resolution.


         Adopted ____________________________



                                                                 _________________________________
                                                                 Village President



         ATTEST: _______________________________
                      Clerk-Treasurer
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                                                                                          N64W23760 Main Street
                                                                                          Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                                             Phone (262) 246-5200
                                                                                              FAX (262) 246-5222
                                                                                       Email: wisussex@wi.rr.com
                                                                                 Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us

                                                      MEMORANDUM
         To:     Village Board

         From: Kasey Fluet

         Re:     Fee Schedule

         Date:   3-5-08                                                              _______

         The following fees have been reviewed and discussed by staff and a recommendation to increase the fees is
         being made to offset the cost to process and evaluate each request. Attached is a survey of neighboring
         communities indicating what they charge for planning services.

         Plan of Operation

         We currently charge a business $125.00 to submit a Plan of Operation to be reviewed by the Plan Commission
         and send a separate bill of $25.00 for attorney fee reimbursement. The suggested fee increase for the Plan of
         Operation service is $200.00. This increase will now include the $25.00 attorney fee. Approximately one to
         two hours of Plan Commission and Staff time is required to process this document. In other communities the
         fee for this service ranged from $25.00 to $300.00.

         For 2007 the Plan Commission reviewed a total of 23 Plan of Operations for an income of $2,875.00. With the
         new fee implemented, we would have received an additional $1,705.00 in income.

         Conditional Use Application

         We currently charge a business $145.00 to submit an application for Conditional Use to be reviewed by Plan
         Commission and Village Board and send a separate bill for attorney reimbursement. More time and money is
         spent on the process of this application. Not only do we have the cost of Plan Commission, Village Board and
         Staff time to consider, we also have fees for publication notices to recoup. The recommendation for the new fee
         for this service is $300.00. In other communities the fee for this service ranged from $75.00 to $1,000.00.

         For 2007 the Plan Commission reviewed a total of 9 Conditional Use Applications for an income of $1,305.00.
         With the new fee implemented, we would have received an additional $1,395.00 in income.


         Plan Review

         We currently charge a business $250.00 to submit a Plan Review to the Plan Commission. Depending on the
         complexity of the project, the amount of time that is required to review the Plan varies. The recommendation
         for the new fee for this service is $500.00. Staff feels this amount will require the submitter to make sure all the
         requirements and necessary paper work are completed before submitting. In other communities the fee for this
         service had a range of so much per hour or $1,000.00 plus a cost of square footage of the project.

         For 2007 the Plan Commission reviewed a total of 10 new projects for an income of $2,500.00. With the new
         fee implemented, we would have received an additional $2,500.00 in income.
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         Rezoning

         We currently charge $230.00 for a Rezoning Application request to be reviewed by the Plan Commission,
         Village Board and Staff. The amount of time required to process each application request can vary. In addition
         to meeting time, publication notices are also required. Staff feels this is a fee that should be raised to prevent
         the abuse of filing a request. The recommendation for the new fee for this service is $750.00. In other
         communities the fee for this service ranged from $300.00 to 1,000.00.

         In 2007 the Plan Commission reviewed a total of 2 rezoning/ordinance applications for an income of $460.00.
         With the new fee implemented, we would have received an additional $1,040.00.

         Amendment to Ordinance

         There is currently no charge for this service. This service involves Plan Commission, Village Board and Staff
         time. Staff is recommending a fee of $750.00 for this service. This is a service that staff feels should be clearly
         identified and subject to a fee amount. In other communities the fee for this service had a range of $300.00 to
         $1,000.00.

         Modification to Ordinance

         There is currently no charge for this service. This service involves Plan Commission, Village Board and Staff
         time. Staff is recommending a fee of $500.00 for this service. This is a service that staff feels should be clearly
         identified and subject to a fee amount. In other communities the fee for this service had a range of $300.00 to
         $1,000.00.

         Zoning Letter

         There is currently no charge for this service. The amount of time spent by staff to write a letter is approximately
         ½ hour. Recommendation of a fee for this service is $50.00. In other communities the fee for this service had a
         range of $0 to $100.00.

         Implementing this service fee should generate approximately $200.00 to $400.00 in yearly income.

         Architectural Review Board

         There is currently no charge for this service. The Board consists of 4 appointed members and 1 staff person.
         Staff spends approximately 1 hour reviewing the submitted project, preparing agendas and minutes. An ARB
         meeting for a particular project can last up to 1 hour. The 4 members are paid $25.00 per meeting.
         Recommendation of a fee for this service is $150.00 per project. The fee range of this service in other
         communities is $0 to $300.00.

         The Architectural Review Board reviewed a total of 9 projects. If this fee had been in place the Village would
         have received income of $1,350.00.
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                                                RESOLUTION NO _________

         WHEREAS: The Village Board of the Village of Sussex is responsible for the
                  establishment of sign permit fees, plan of operation fees, conditional
                  use permit fees, plan review fees, rezoning and other fees regarding the
                  construction and amendments to ordinance;

         WHEREAS: The Inspection Department has surveyed various other municipalities regarding
                  their sign permit fees, plan of operation fees, conditional use permit fees,
                  plan review fees, rezoning and other fees regarding the review and
                  amendments to ordinances;

         WHEREAS: The Inspection Department has recommended that certain fees be adopted.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Board of the Village of Sussex,
         Waukesha County, Wisconsin, that:

         1. The following charges and permit fees are hereby established as follows:

                                                                                         Effective
         Description                                    Current Charge New Charge        Date
         Plan of Operation                                      $125.00   $200.00           4/1/2008
         Conditional Use                                        $145.00   $300.00           4/1/2008
         Plan Review                                            $250.00   $500.00           4/1/2008
         Rezoning                                               $230.00   $750.00           4/1/2008
         Amendment to Ordinance                                      $0   $750.00           4/1/2008
         Modification to Ordinance                                   $0   $500.00           4/1/2008
         Zoning letter                                               $0     $50.00          4/1/2008
         ARB Review                                                  $0   $150.00           4/1/2008
         Sign Permit                                             $50.00    $75.00*          4/1/2008
         Temporary Sign Permit                                   $50.00     $30.00          4/1/2008


         Plan of operation fee will include attorney review up to standard
         $25.00
         Publication costs are included, charge back fees are an additional
         cost
         *not to exceed $500.00 for new building construction



         2. The above rates shall remain in effect until superseded by a new resolution.
         3. The Building Inspector is hereby authorized and directed to implement these changes in the
         fee schedule.

         Adopted_______________________________

                                                                   ___________________________________
                                                                   Village President

         ATTEST:______________________________
                  Clerk-Treasurer
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                                               SURVEY OF FEES

                                                                                                      Proposed
                                 Village of                                                           Village of
     Description                 Menomonee Falls        City of Pewaukee     City of Brookfield       Sussex

     Rezoning                              $1,000.00              $300.00                  $735.00         $750.00
     Plan of Operation                       $100.00                $0.00                 $1,105.00        $200.00
     Plan Review                           $1,000.00                $0.00                  $600.00         $500.00
     Zoning letter                            $50.00               $25.00                    $55.00         $50.00
     Amendment to Ordinance                $1,000.00              $300.00                 $1,950.00        $750.00
     Modification to Ordinance             $1,000.00                $0.00                  $900.00         $500.00
     Conditional Use Permit                $1,000.00              $300.00                   $205.00        $300.00
     Architectural Review
     Board                                   $150.00        no board                no board               $150.00
                                 $100 for each sign
                                 $150 for Master sign   $50 plus $2 per sq   Permanent sign 0-25      Permanent
     Sign Permit                 plan                   ft max $400          sq ft $30                sign $75.00
                                                                             Permanent sign 26-       Temporary
                                                                             50 sq ft $60             sign $30.00
                                                                             Permanent sign 51-
                                                                             100 sq ft $90
                                                                             Permanent sign 101
                                                                             plus sq ft $125
                                                                             Temporary Sign $25
                                                                             30 days
AGENDA
AGENDA




                                              RESOLUTION NO. 08-_____

         WHEREAS:       The Village Board of the Village of Sussex regularly reviews the Village’s personnel policies
                        to ensure the Village is competitive in retaining and attracting quality employees, and

         WHEREAS:       Occasionally the Village’s personnel policies are updated due to Union Agreements, wage
                        reclassifications, inflation effect on fixed reimbursements, or other stated policy goals


         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Board of the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County,
         Wisconsin, that:

         1.     The Village does hereby agree to the 2008-2009 Union Contract with the Village’s Employee
                Union as attached as Exhibit A “Union Agreement.”

         2.     The Village’s personnel handbook shall be updated as attached as Exhibit B “Personnel
                Handbook Adjustments- March 2008”

         3.     The Village Administrator shall be authorized to utilize the $10,000 allocated in the 2008 budget
                for the non-union wage reclassification efforts.




         Adopted ____________________________



                                                                  _________________________________
                                                                  Village President



         ATTEST: _______________________________
                      Clerk-Treasurer
AGENDA




         SUMMARY OF 2008-09 TENTATIVE AGREEMENT

                        BETWEEN

                   VILLAGE OF SUSSEX

                           AND

               LOCAL 3086, AFSCME, AFL-CIO


                     December 6, 2007

                      January 29, 2008




                                 Prepared by:
                                 Mark L. Olson & Village Administration
                                 Davis & Kuelthau, s.c.
                                 111 E. Kilbourn Avenue, Suite 1400
                                 Milwaukee, WI 53202
AGENDA




         1.    ARTICLE 10 – JOB POSTING (p. 6).

               Revise posting period to read:

               “...shall be posted in conspicuous places for a period of seven (7) five (5) days, in two (2)
               overlapping weeks.”




         2.    ARTICLE 12 – WORKDAY AND WORKWEEK (p. 8).

               Revise Section 12.05, Overtime, by adding the following:

               “Double time shall be paid for all work which is assigned and worked on a holiday. The
               work must be performed on the actual holiday, and not the contractually-identified
               holiday, in order for double time to be paid. Section 12.10, On Call, shall not apply to
               such holiday work.”




         32.   ARTICLE 12 – WORKDAY AND WORKWEEK (p. 8).

               Revise Section 12.06, Overtime Distribution, by adding the Parks and Recreation
               Department to the overtime distribution list.




         4.3   ARTICLE 12 – WORKDAY AND WORKWEEK (p. 8).

               Add the following as a new section 12.12:

               “Any employee of the Village whose job functions require timely responses to
               emergency situations (i.e., snow plowing, sewer backups, water problems) shall live close
               enough to the Village that they can reasonably respond, under normal conditions, to
               emergency situations within 45 minutes of notice of the emergency situation.”




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         54.       ARTICLE 14 – VACATIONS (p. 10).

                   Revise Section 14.01, Vacation Days Earned, as follows:

         “Full Years of Service                                 Days Earned
         Less than one year.                                    1 day per 5 weeks worked in prior year, not to
                                                                exceed 10 days.

         1 year.                                                10 days.

         2 years and over.                                      10 days plus one (1) day for each year over 1
                                                                year of service, up to a maximum of 25 days
                                                                of vacation.”




         65.       ARTICLE 19 – SICK LEAVE (pp. 12-13).

                   Revise Section 19.01, paragraph 4 (p. 3) to read as follows:


                   “Employees who terminate employment with the Village of Sussex and have twenty (20)
                   or more years of permanent full-time service and who are eligible to receive a retirement
                   annuity under the provisions of the Wisconsin Retirement System will have 100% of
                   their accumulated sick leave up to the contract maximum placed into a deposit account
                   designated by the Village, which shall be a post-employment health plan (PEHP). The
                   money in the account shall be restricted to the payment of insurance premiums. If the
                   employee dies prior to the depletion of the account, then the surviving spouse and/or
                   dependents will be eligible to use the remaining funds for insurance premiums. If the
                   retired employee and his or her eligible dependent(s) should die prior to the depletion of
                   the account, the remaining monies in the account will be divided equally among other
                   retirees who have monies in deposit accounts created under the provisions of this section.
                   Employees hired on or after January 1, 2008 shall be eligible for a 50% sick leave payout
                   under this provision at retirement, to a maximum of 95 eighty-five (85) days of sick leave
                   accumulation (i.e., 47.5 37.5 days of sick leave may be used for the employee PEHP)”.

                   Employees who were employed by the Village of Sussex prior to January 1, 2000 may
                   elect to receive payment to be applied toward health insurance continuation, up to a
                   maximum of one hundred twenty (120) days. Employees who were employed by the
                   District between January 1, 2000 and January 1, 2008 shall be eligible for payment to be
                   applied toward health insurance continuation following retirement, up to a maximum of
                   ninety-five (95) days.




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         76.   ARTICLE 25 – CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SCHEDULE (p. 14).

               Incorporate the following increases prior to 2008 and 2009 across-the-board increases,
               pursuant to the necessary pay grade adjustments which were addressed in the August 2,
               2007 memorandum to the Village Administrator:

               Administrative Assistant:                    .42/hour: 2008.
                                                            .42/hour: 2009.


               Assistant to Development Director            .24/hour: 2008.
               Assistant to Finance Director                .24/hour: 2009.


               Receptionist:                                .16/hour: 2008.
                                                            .16/hour: 2009.




         87.   ARTICLE 31 – DURATION (p. 17).

               Revise to reflect a two-year agreement, January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2009.




         98.   APPENDIX A – CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SCHEDULE (p. 18).

               A.     Revise salaries as follows in 2008:

                               1.    +23%, effective 1/1/08.
                               2.    +1%, effective 7/1/08.

               B.     Revise salaries as follows in 2009:

                               1.    +23%, effective 1/1/09.
                               2.    +1%, effective 7/1/09.




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                     AGREEMENT


                         BETWEEN


         VILLAGE OF SUSSEX EMPLOYEES UNION,
                        LOCAL 3086
                    AFSCME, AFL-CIO


                            AND


                   VILLAGE OF SUSSEX




          January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2009
AGENDA



                                                TABLE OF CONTENTS
         Article 1    Recognition ........................................................................................... 2
         Article 2    Management Rights .............................................................................. 2
         Article 3    Union Rights ......................................................................................... 2
         Article 4    Security ................................................................................................. 3
         Article 5    Definition of Employees ....................................................................... 3
         Article 6    Fair Share ............................................................................................. 4
         Article 7    Grievance Procedure ........................................................................... 5
         Article 8    Discipline ............................................................................................... 6
         Article 9    Seniority ................................................................................................ 6
         Article 10   Job Posting ........................................................................................... 6
         Article 11   Layoff and Recall ................................................................................. 7
         Article 12   Workday and Workweek .................................................................... 7
         Article 13   Holidays ................................................................................................ 9
         Article 14   Vacations ............................................................................................. 10
         Article 15   Health Insurance ................................................................................ 11
         Article 16   Dental Insurance ................................................................................ 12
         Article 17   Life Insurance .................................................................................... 12
         Article 18   Worker's Compensation .................................................................... 12
         Article 19   Sick Leave ........................................................................................... 13
         Article 20   Bereavement Leave ............................................................................ 13
         Article 21   Wisconsin Retirement Fund .............................................................. 14
         Article 22   Leave of Absence Without Pay ......................................................... 14
         Article 23   Jury Duty ............................................................................................ 14
         Article 24   Conference Attendance and Mileage Reimbursement ...................... 14
         Article 25   Classification and Compensation Schedule ..................................... 15
         Article 26   Miscellaneous ..................................................................................... 15
         Article 27   Savings Clause .................................................................................... 16
         Article 28   No Strike Agreement ......................................................................... 16
         Article 29   Outside Employment ......................................................................... 17
         Article 30   Evaluation ........................................................................................... 17
         Article 31   Duration .............................................................................................. 17
         Appendix A   Classification and Compensation Schedule ..................................... 18
         Appendix B   Dental Insurance ............................................................................... 20
         Appendix C   Vision Coverage ................................................................................. 21



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AGENDA




                                                   AGREEMENT

  This Agreement is made and entered into by and between the Village of Sussex, hereinafter referred to as the
  "Village," and the Village of Sussex Employees Union, Local 3086 (unit), AFSCME, AFL-CIO, hereinafter referred
  to as the "Union," to effectuate the provisions of Section 111.70 of the Wisconsin Statues and to encourage and
  increase effective and harmonious working relationships.

                                            ARTICLE 1 - RECOGNITION

  1.01 Unit of Recognition: The Village recognizes the Union as the exclusive collective bargaining representative
  for all regular full-time and regular part-time employees of the Village of Sussex, excluding supervisory,
  managerial, confidential, craft and professional employees, for the purposes of collective bargaining with the
  Employer, or its lawfully authorized representatives, on questions of wages, hours and conditions of employment,
  pursuant to a certification of the WERC, Case 1, No. 42793, ME-2940, Decision No. 26261-A, dated February 5,
  1990.


                                   ARTICLE 2 - MANAGEMENT RIGHTS

  2.01 The Union recognizes that except as specifically limited by this Agreement, the Village has the right to
  manage and direct the work force which includes but is not limited to the right to hire, promote, lay off for lack of
  work or funds or other legitimate reasons, transfer, and for just cause to demote, discipline, or discharge employees;
  to determine the number of departments and type of services to be performed, to introduce, change, or eliminate
  equipment, machinery or process, to subcontract work so long as there is no resulting layoff of bargaining unit
  employees or reduction in regular hours of work of bargaining unit employees, to determine the number of positions
  and classifications, to abolish and/or create positions, to direct the job activities of the employees, assign work to
  employees, to schedule hours of work and shift assignments, to determine the size of the work force including the
  number of employees assigned to any particular operations and to establish reasonable rules and regulations. All
  other rights of management are expressly reserved to management even though not enumerated above. The
  Employer agrees that it will exercise the rights described in a fair and reasonable manner.


                                           ARTICLE 3 - UNION RIGHTS

  3.01 Union Activity: The Union agrees to conduct its business off the job as much as possible. This article shall
  not operate to prevent a steward or officer of the Union from the proper conduct of any grievance in accordance
  with the procedure outlined in this Agreement, nor to prevent certain routine business, such as the posting of Union
  notices and bulletins.

  3.02 Access: Representatives of the Union having business with the officers, stewards or individual members of
  the bargaining unit may confer with such officers, stewards or individual members of the bargaining unit during the
  course of the workday for a reasonable time, provided the prior approval of the Village Administrator or his
  designee has been previously obtained by representatives of the Union.

  3.03 Union Notices: The Employer shall provide accessible bulletin board space for the posting of Union notices
  and bulletins. It is specifically understood and agreed that such notices shall not be scurrilous, scandalous, or in any
  way detrimental to the labor-management relationship.


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  3.04 No Reduction in Pay: Reasonable periods of time spent during the course of the work day in the conduct of
  grievances, negotiations and other matters concerning collective bargaining and contract administration shall not be
  deducted from the pay of employees who participate in such activity, provided that prior Village Administrator
  approval has been obtained. Such approval shall not be unreasonably denied, taking into consideration the Village's
  operational needs. Such approval shall not be required for business such as the posting of Union notices and
  bulletins. Scheduling of grievance or contract interpretation meetings shall occur on or after 3:00 p.m. whenever
  possible.
                                             ARTICLE 4 - SECURITY

  4.01 Supervisors (as defined by the WERC) shall not be restricted from performing work normally performed by
  the bargaining unit during the scheduled work day and work week for unit employees. When outside of the
  scheduled work day and work week for unit employees, then supervisors may perform such work if unit employees
  are unavailable to perform the work. However, such work by supervisors shall not result in the layoff of present
  employees in the bargaining unit, or reduction in their regular work hours.

  4.02 The Village shall not unreasonably diminish employee opportunity to work overtime as a result of use of
  contract employees to perform bargaining unit work.
                                 ARTICLE 5 - DEFINITION OF EMPLOYEES

  5.01 Regular Full-Time Employee: A regular full-time employee shall be defined as employee who is regularly
  scheduled to work forty (40) hours per week throughout the calendar year.

  5.02 Regular Part-Time Employee: A regular part-time employee shall be defined as an employee who is
  regularly scheduled to work less than forty (40) hours per week throughout the calendar year.

  5.03 Probationary Employee: All employees shall serve a probationary period of six (6) months from date of
  hire. During the probationary period, the employee is subject to dismissal for any reason without recourse to the
  grievance procedure. The Village and the Union may agree to extend the probation period to twelve (12) month(s)
  duration from the date of hire, upon mutual written agreement between the Union and the Village.

  5.04 Seasonal Employee: A seasonal employee shall be defined as an employee who is hired to work a specified
  season, and who shall not exceed 600 hours. Seasonal employees shall cease working for the season at the end of
  the season, or when they reach 600 hours, whichever occurs first. Seasonal employees are not included in the
  bargaining unit and are not covered by the Agreement.

  5.05 Temporary Employee: A temporary employee is defined as an employee hired for a specific period of time,
  not to exceed ninety days. Temporary employees are not included in the bargaining unit and are not covered by the
  Agreement. Temporary employees shall not be used by the Village to displace regular unit employees or to reduce
  the regularly scheduled work hours of regular full-time unit employees.

  5.06 Casual/Project Employees: A casual/project employee is defined as an employee hired for a specific project,
  or for duties not normally performed by a bargaining unit employee, or under the terms of a grant. Such employees
  are not included in the bargaining unit and are not covered by this collective bargaining agreement. Casual/project
  employees shall not be used by the Village to displace regular bargaining unit employees or to reduce the regularly
  scheduled work hours of regular full-time bargaining unit employees. Examples of such casual/project employees



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  are clerical personnel, specialized inspectors, minor maintenance work, etc. It is agreed that this section of the
  contract shall be the subject of negotiations for a successor agreement.

                                            ARTICLE 6 - FAIR SHARE

  6.01 Representation: The Union, as the exclusive representative of all of the employees in the bargaining unit
  shall represent all such employees, both Union and non-Union, fairly and equally and all employees in the
  bargaining unit shall be required to pay their proportionate share of the costs of such representation as set forth in
  this Article.

  6.02 Payroll Deduction: The Employer shall deduct from the first paycheck of each month an amount, certified
  by the Treasurer of Local 3086 as the uniform dues required of all Union members, from the pay of each employee
  in the bargaining unit. With respect to newly hired employees, such deduction shall commence on the month
  following the completion of the probationary period. Employees who become members of the Union prior to the
  completion of the probationary period may elect to have Union dues deducted from their paychecks upon
  submission to the Village of an individually signed authorization on a form provided by the Union for such purpose.
   Employees choosing not to join the Union shall have deducted from their first paycheck of each month an amount
  certified by the Treasurer of Local 3086 as the fair share of such employees to cover the cost to the Union in
  negotiating and enforcing the collective bargaining agreement.

  6.03 Administration: The aggregate amount so deducted, along with an itemized list of the employees from
  whom such deductions were made, shall be forwarded to the Treasurer of Local 3086 within ten (10) days of the
  date such deductions were made. Changes in the amount to be deducted shall be certified to the Employer by the
  Treasurer of Local 3086 at least thirty (30) days prior of the effective date of such change. The Employer shall not
  be required to submit any amounts to the Union under the provisions of this Article on behalf of employees
  otherwise covered who are on layoff, leave of absence, or other status in which they receive no pay for the pay
  period normally used by the Employer to make such deductions.

   6.04 Inadvertence or Error: If, through inadvertence or error, the Employer fails or neglects to make a deduction
   which is properly due and owing from an employee's paycheck, such deduction shall be made from the next
   paycheck of the employee and submitted to the collective bargaining representative.

  6.05 Indemnification and Hold Harmless Provision: The collective bargaining representative shall indemnify and
  save the Employer harmless against any and all claims, demands, suits, orders, judgments, or other forms of liability
  that shall arise out of, or by reason of, action taken or not taken by the Employer in compliance with this Article.

  6.06 Dues Checkoff: Should the fair share agreement become null and void for any reason, the Employer agrees
  to deduct Union dues each month from those employees who individually authorized in writing that such deductions
  be made. The amounts to be deducted shall be certified to the Employer by the Union and the aggregate deductions
  from all employees shall be forwarded to the treasurer of Local 3086 within ten (10) days of the date such
  deductions were made along with an itemized statement of the employees from who such deductions were made.
  Any changes in the amount to be deducted shall be certified to the Employer by the Union at least thirty (30) days
  prior to the effective date of such change.




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                                   ARTICLE 7 - GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

  7.01 Definition: A grievance is defined to be any difference between the Village and the Union as to the
  meaning, interpretation or application of the provisions of this Agreement.

  7.02 Procedure: Grievances shall be processed in accordance with the procedure outlined herein. All times set
  forth in the Article, unless otherwise specified, are working days and are exclusive of Saturday, Sunday and any
  holiday recognized by this Agreement. All time requirements set forth in this Article may be waived or extended by
  mutual written consent of the parties. A grievance affecting a group or class of employees may be submitted in
  writing to the Village Administrator and the processing of such grievance shall commence at Step 2. All grievances
  shall be filed on the attached form, which shall be completely filled out by the grieving party.

         Step 1.        The grievance shall be reduced to writing and submitted by an aggrieved employee
                        and/or representative of the Union to the department head within fifteen (15) work
                        days after he/she knows or should have known of the cause of such grievance. In the
                        event of a grievance, the employee shall perform his/her assigned work task and
                        grieve the complaint later, except where the employee reasonably believes that
                        his/her personal safety will be endangered by the performance of the order in
                        question. A meeting between the parties shall be held within ten (10) days of the
                        submission of the written grievance. The department head shall respond in writing to
                        the aggrieved employee and the Union within ten (10) days following said meeting.

         Step 2.        If the grievance is not resolved at the first step, the employee and/or the Union may
                        appeal the written grievance to the Village Administrator within ten (10) days from
                        the date the written decision of the department head was received or was due. The
                        parties shall meet within fifteen (15) days at a mutually agreeable time and place to
                        discuss the grievance. Following said meeting, the Village Administrator shall
                        respond in writing within ten (10) days to the employee and the Union.

         Step 3.        Arbitration:

                          A)    General: If the grievance is not settled at the second step, the Union may
                                proceed to arbitration by informing the Village Administrator, in writing,
                                within fifteen (15) days from the date the written response of the Village
                                Administrator was received or was due, that they intend to do so.

                          B)    Selection of an Arbitrator: The parties shall attempt to agree on one or more
                                individuals to be jointly requested as the designated WERC staff arbitrator.
                                If there is no agreement, the Union shall thereafter request the Wisconsin
                                Employment Relations Commission to appoint an arbitrator from its staff.
                                The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding on the parties. The
                                arbitrator shall not modify, add to, or delete from this Agreement.
                          C)    Costs: The cost of the arbitrator shall be shared equally by the parties. The
                                cost of a court reporter and/or transcript shall be shared equally by the parties
                                provided both parties request same. If one party does not wish a court
                                reporter and transcript, they shall not share in the cost.


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                                            ARTICLE 8 - DISCIPLINE

  8.01     The Village may discipline, suspend, demote, or dismiss employees for just cause. Any such action taken
  by the Village during an employee's probationary period shall not be subject to the grievance procedure. Any
  employee who is disciplined shall be given written notice of the reasons for such actions. A copy of such notice
  shall be made a part of the employee's personnel record.

                                             ARTICLE 9 - SENIORITY

  9.01 Definition: Seniority shall be established for each regular employee and shall consist of the total continuous
  calendar time elapsed since the time of the employee's most recent date of hire as a regular employee of the Village.
   However, time spent in a non-bargaining unit position shall not count toward the accrual of seniority. Seniority
  shall be prorated for part-time employees, however, for fringe benefit calculation purposes (if the part-time
  employee is eligible for fringe benefits); length of continuous service in the employ of the Village from the
  employee's most recent date of hire shall be used.

  9.02 Loss of Seniority: Seniority and the employment relationship shall be broken and terminated if an
  employee:

         1.      Quits;
         2.      Is discharged subject to the terms of this Agreement;
         3.      Is retired; or
         4.      Is laid off for a period in excess of established seniority or eighteen (18) months, which ever
                 is lesser.

  9.03 Seniority List: A seniority list of bargaining unit employees shall be furnished to the Union once each year
  or upon written reasonable request.


                                           ARTICLE 10 - JOB POSTING

  10.01 Posting: Job vacancies in the bargaining unit that the Village intends to fill, due to retirement, quits, new
  position, transfers, or whatever reason, shall be posted in conspicuous places for a period of five (5) working days
  over two (2) overlapping weeks. The posting shall contain the title of the position, job requirements, a brief
  description of the job duties, the date the position is to be filled, the rate of pay, and a space for all interested
  employees to sign the posting. The Employer shall award the position to the most senior employee who possesses
  the qualifications that has applied for the job. A copy of each job posting shall be provided to the Union upon
  request.

  10.02 Trial and Training Period: The employee who receives the position shall serve a one hundred eighty (180)
  calendar day trial and training period in the new position. If at the end of the trial and training period it is
  determined that the employee is not qualified to perform the work, or if he/she chooses, the employee shall be
  returned to his/her former position at the appropriate rate of pay with no loss in benefits. When this situation
  occurs, the Village shall then give the position to the next most senior employee who is qualified that signed the
  posting. This procedure shall continue until the position is filled permanently. When no present qualified employee
  applies, the Village may hire a new employee and place him/her in the position.




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                                     ARTICLE 11 - LAYOFF AND RECALL

  11.01 Layoff: Layoffs shall be in reverse order of seniority with the junior employee(s) being laid off first,
  providing the remaining employees are qualified and capable of performing the available work. Laid off employees
  shall have recall rights as provided in this agreement.

  11.02 Recall from Layoff: In recalling, the employee(s) on layoff with the greatest seniority shall be recalled first,
  providing the recalled employee is qualified and capable of performing the available work for which s/he is being
  recalled. Notice of recall shall be sent by the Employer to the laid off employee's last know address, certified mail,
  return receipt, and the laid off employee shall be required to respond within two (2) weeks (14 days) from delivery
  date of the notice. A laid off employee shall have recall rights for a period of eighteen (18) months from the date of
  the most recent layoff.

                                 ARTICLE 12 - WORKDAY AND WORKWEEK

  12.01 Normal Workweek: The workday for full-time employees shall be eight (8) hours. The workweek for full-
  time employees shall be forty (40) hours, Monday through Friday, except at Wastewater Treatment. All employees
  other than those who principally work in the Village Hall shall work from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (one-half hour
  duty-free unpaid lunch period). Employees who principally work in the Village Hall shall work either from 8:00
  a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (one hour duty-free unpaid lunch period) or from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  (one-half hour duty-free unpaid lunch period).

  Employees at the Wastewater Treatment have a workweek that is forty (40) hours, but this workweek does
  include a four (4) hour shift on Saturday and Sunday on a rotational basis of union treatment plant employees.
  The employee whose week includes the weekend rotation receives the following Friday off to make the
  workweek forty (40) hours. The workweek for such employees shall begin at twelve midnight Saturday and
  shall run through 11:59 p.m. Friday.

  Except for emergencies, employees may be required to alter their regularly scheduled shift for the purpose of:
  hydrant flushing; street cleaning and sweeping; parade preparation; and traffic markings and control. Such non-
  emergency shift rescheduling shall be preceded by forty-eight (48) hours notice to the employees.

  Employees assigned work outside their normal work hours will be allowed to work their normal schedule of hours
  in addition to the hours outside that schedule, unless the employee opts otherwise, or unless the employee has
  worked twelve (12) consecutive hours.

  12.02 Part-Time Employees: Normally, part-time employees' hours shall be between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
  Monday through Friday, unless the Village determines that the work is of a nature that it has to be done at other
  times. The work schedule of part-time employees need not be fixed or repetitive. However, the Village will not use
  part-time employees to perform weekend water work now performed by bargaining unit personnel.

  12.03 Payday: Employees shall be paid every other Friday for the two (2) week period through the previous
  Saturday. If payday falls on a holiday, the Village shall pay on the day prior to the normal payday. Employees shall
  receive a summary of their vacation and sick leave accrual and usage every six (6) months, or upon written request.

  12.04 Breaks: All employees shall be entitled to two (2) fifteen (15) minute paid rest periods during each
  workday, one per each half of the shift, at a location chosen by the employee. The fifteen (15) minute rest period


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  includes any travel time to or from a location away from the job site. Supervisors should make an effort to see that
  employees take breaks.

  12.05 Overtime: Time and one-half (1-1/2) the normal hourly rate shall be paid for all hours worked over eight (8)
  hours in a day or forty (40) hours in a week. Holidays, vacations, sick leave for medical appointments and funeral
  leave shall be treated as time worked for overtime accrual.

  12.06 Overtime Distribution: Overtime will be assigned within the department (Wastewater; Water and Street;
  Park and Recreation, and Village Hall) as equally as possible.

  12.07 Call Out: Any employee called into work by an authorized representative of the Village at a time other than
  his/her regular schedule of hours, except where such hours are consecutive prior to or subsequent to the employee's
  regular schedule of hours, shall receive a minimum of two (2) hours' pay at time and one-half the regular rate of pay.
   An employee who is called out must deal with all emergencies which may arise within the two (2) hour period for
  which he/she is called out, and shall be eligible for only one (1) two (2) hour call-in guarantee during this two (2)
  hour period. However, the employee shall not be required to remain on the job for the two (2) hour call-out period
  unless it is necessary in order for the employee to deal with emergencies which have arisen.

  12.09 Fire Duty: Employees of the Village who are members of the Sussex Fire Department shall receive their
  normal compensation for any time spent on fire calls or rescue calls during the employee normal working hours.

  12.10 On Call: Management shall have the right to require employees to keep a Village pager/cell phone or other
  similar device on or about their person at all times. The determination as to which employee or employees are
  required to carry such a pager/cell phone or other similar device shall be at the discretion of the Village, however
  such assignment shall be rotated as equally as possible among qualified employees. The employees so assigned
  shall receive additional payment of $35.00 per week, for all time during which they are required to carry the
  pager/cell phone or other similar device. Employees who respond to a page or call by investigating, responding, and
  resolving whatever situation may exist shall be entitled to "call-out" payment pursuant to 12.07. It is understood
  and agreed that employees are required to respond to the pagers/cell phones or other similar devices.

  The employees who are in the rotation for winter and on-call work shall be all employees who plow snow on a
  regular basis. If a water treatment or wastewater treatment employee has been designated as the on-call
  employee for one of these weeks in winter, the same week for which they are already on call, they will not
  receive additional compensation. For the purposes of this Article, the snow plowing season shall be sixteen
  (16) weeks, December 1 through March 31; the Village shall establish the on-call rotational schedule. The total
  number of employees who shall receive additional payment for carrying a pager, cell phone, or other similar
  device during these sixteen (16) weeks shall be three (3) employees.

  12.11 Compensatory Time. In lieu of cash payment for overtime hours worked, employees may elect to take
  compensatory time off with pay. Compensatory time off will accumulate at the rate of one and one-half (1 ½) hours
  for each overtime hour worked. Compensatory time may accumulate up to forty (40) hours, but use of
  compensatory time must be within the same calendar year in which it was earned. The compensatory time must be
  scheduled at a time which is mutually convenient to the Village and to the employee. Overtime which is to be taken
  as compensatory time must be so indicated on the employee’s time card, when turned in to the payroll office by the
  employee. When an employee indicates that he/she is banking overtime hours worked as compensatory time, he/she
  may not later change such time into cash payment. Compensatory time must be taken when it has been mutually
  scheduled and agreed upon between the Village and the employee.




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  12.12 Emergency Response. Any employee of the Village whose job functions require timely responses to
  emergency situations (i.e., snow plowing, sewer backups, water problems) shall live close enough to the Village that
  they can reasonably respond, under normal conditions, to emergency situations within 45 minutes of notice of the
  emergency situation

                                            ARTICLE 13 - HOLIDAYS

  13.01 Designated Holidays: The following holidays are paid for all regular full-time and part-time employees of
  the Village of Sussex. Holiday pay for part-time employees will be calculated on a prorated basis calculated by
  dividing the number of hours scheduled to work per pay period by eighty (80) hours. (For example, if an employee
  is scheduled to work sixty (60) hours per pay period, that employee will receive six (6) hours of holiday pay for
  each holiday – 60 divided by 80 (75%) times 8 hours per day equals six (6) hours.

         1.    New Year's Day                           6. Labor Day
         2.    The day before or after New Year's*      7. Thanksgiving Day
         3.    Spring Holiday (Friday before Easter)    8. Day after Thanksgiving Day
         4.    Memorial Day                             9. Christmas Day
         5.    4th of July                              10. Day before or after Christmas Day

         11.      One personal day to be taken at the request of the employee with the approval of the Village
                  Administrator.

         12.      All hourly paid employees shall be entitled to one holiday in addition to the above listed holidays.

                    *    For employees involved in tax processing, the Village shall determine
                         whether this holiday shall be taken on the day before or the day after New
                         Year's Day or on some other day no later than the following February 15 to
                         be selected by mutual agreement with the employee involved.

  13.02 Holidays Falling on Weekends: Should any of the above listed holidays fall on a Saturday, the previous
  Friday shall be observed as the holiday; and should any holiday fall on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be
  observed as the holiday.

  13.03 Personal Day Administration: Employees shall make application for the use of the personal day, and the
  days before or after New Year's Day and Christmas Day on a form provided by the Village Administrator. The use
  of the personal day shall be subject to the approval of the Village Administrator as to timing. This is to prevent a
  reduction in services to the citizens of the Village from having too many employees absent at the same time.

  13.04 Work on Holiday: Any employee required to work on a holiday shall be paid time and one-half (1-1/2) their
  regular hourly wage rate in addition to the holiday pay.

  13.05 Pay Rate: Payment for holidays shall be computed based upon an employee's regular hourly rate of pay and
  regularly scheduled number of work hours on the day involved.

  13.06 Absent Prior/After Holiday: When an employee is absent without prior approval on the day before or the
  day after a holiday, the employee shall not be entitled to holiday pay for that holiday unless the employee works on
  the holiday or presents a medical certificate of illness or injury upon returning.




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  13.07 Holiday Work: One or more Wastewater Treatment Plant employees may be required to work a holiday.
  The holiday tour of duty for such employees shall consist of such times as the Village determines and will be paid at
  time and one-half (1-1/2) the employee's regular hourly rate of pay for the hours actually worked.

                                    ARTICLE 14 - VACATIONS

  14.01 Vacation Days Earned: As of January 1st of each year, an employee's vacation will be computed based on
  the number of complete years of service attained as of that date. The schedule of days earned for a full-time
  employee is:

  “Full Years of Service                               Days Earned
  Less than one year.                                  1 day per 5 weeks worked in prior year, not to
                                                       exceed 10 days.

  1 year.                                              10 days.

  2 years and over.                                    10 days plus one (1) day for each year over 1
                                                       year of service, up to a maximum of 25 days of
                                                       vacation.”

  14.02 Vacation Day Adjustment: The vacation benefit is adjusted to reflect an employee’s “days earned”.
  An employee, who as of their anniversary date has reached the next level for vacation earnings, will be given an
  adjustment on the following January 1. The vacation benefit adjustment is:

  Anniversary Date                                                                       Adjustment
  January/February/March                                                                 4 days
  April/May/June                                                                         3 days
  July/August/September                                                                  2 days
  October/November/December                                                              1 day

  The vacation benefit adjustment will be given in January when vacation earnings are calculated based on the
  prior calendar year.

  Permanent part time employees will earn vacation based on hours worked in proportion to a full time employee,
  rounded down to the closest day.

  14.03 Vacation Scheduling: Vacation allowances are not cumulative and must be used in the year after they are
  earned, subject to the below-stated variation upon this limitation.

  It is required that vacation time may be taken in increments of four (4) hours.

  Employees shall make application for vacation on a form provided by the Village Administrator. Vacation shall be
  subject to the approval of the Village Administrator. This is to prevent a reduction in services to the citizens of the
  Village as a result of having too few employees at work at any one time. Five (5) days' maximum vacation may be
  carried over into the succeeding calendar year if an emergency situation has prevented the employee from taking
  his/her full vacation in the appropriate calendar year. Said carryover must be used by March 1 of the succeeding
  calendar year.



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  14.04 Payout at Termination: Employees who terminate and have accrued vacation shall be paid for that vacation
  on the basis of one day's pay for each day of vacation accrued, at the rate of pay which was in effect as of the date of
  termination of the employee in question.



                                       ARTICLE 15 - HEALTH INSURANCE

  15.01 Health Insurance: The Village will make available health insurance coverage for regular full-time
  employees and agrees to pay ninety percent (90%) of the monthly premium for the family plan and ninety (90%) of
  the monthly premium for the single plan. The employer shall pay a pro-rated share of the premium for regular part-
  time employees employed for at least 1,040 hours per year. The employer shall continue to make available health
  insurance to eligible unit employees. The determination as to which employee is "eligible" pursuant to this section
  shall be made by the HSA Plan, HD-D provider.

  Effective as soon as practicable, the Village will switch to United HSA Plan, HD-D.

         •       The employee is responsible for a deductible that includes all office and prescription drug costs.

         •       The annual plan year deductible is $2,000 single/$4,000 family coverage.

         •       The Village will establish a Health Savings Account (HSA) for each eligible employee, and will
                 provide each employee with $1,500 single/$3,000 family, toward the cost of the deductible.

         •       The employee shall be responsible to fund his/her share of the deductible ($500 single/$1,000
                 family).

         •       The Village shall no longer reimburse employees for co-payments.

         •       The Village will contribute half of the Village HSA contribution on January 1st and half on July
                 1st. The employee may apply to the Village Administrator for an advance upon these
                 contributions, in the event of a medical necessity. For any employee entering the plan after
                 January 1st, the Village shall fund the deductible on a prorated manner for the remainder of the
                 calendar year or plan year. Any employee who leaves the employment of the Village for any
                 reason identified in Section 9.02 of this Agreement shall reimburse the Village in a prorated
                 manner for the Village prior funding of the deductible. The Village may make deductions from
                 the employee’s final paycheck(s) to recover that portion of the deductible which is subject to the
                 reimbursement by the employee.

  15.02 Change of Carrier: The Village may from time to time change the insurance carrier provided that
  substantially equivalent coverage is maintained.

  15.03 Probationary Employees: Medical insurance shall be available to all probationary employees upon
  completion of the probationary period and when eligible to participate as determined by the insurance carrier.

  15.04 No Claim: No employee shall make any claim against the Village for additional compensation in lieu of or
  in addition to the cost of his/her health insurance coverage because he/she does not qualify for insurance or for the
  family plan.


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  15.05 Non-Duplication: An employee shall notify the Village in writing within thirty (30) days of such time as
  he/she becomes covered under another health insurance policy providing health insurance benefits which are
  substantially equivalent to those provided by the Village's group health insurance policy. In no event will the
  Village pay toward the cost of a health plan if it results in duplication of hospital and medical coverage. This
  section shall apply if and only if the employee is permitted open enrollment in the single or family plan in the event
  of loss of duplicating coverage.

  15.06 Continuation of Contribution: The Village will continue contributions for a maximum of six (6) months
  when an employee is absent due to occupational illness or injury.


                                      ARTICLE 16 - DENTAL INSURANCE

  16.01 Dental Insurance: Effective September 1, 1992, the Village shall provide a dental insurance plan to all
  bargaining unit employees. The Village shall pay ninety percent (90%) of the single or family premiums. The
  Village shall pay a prorated share of the premiums for regular part-time employees employed for at least 1,040
  hours per year. The benefit level shall be not less than those specified in Appendix "B."

  16.02 Change of Carrier: The Village may from time to time change the insurance carrier provided that
  substantially equivalent coverage is maintained.


                                         ARTICLE 17 - LIFE INSURANCE

  17.01 Life Insurance: The Village of Sussex provides a life insurance policy of a term nature for all regular full-
  time employees. The amount of the life insurance is the employee’s base salary, with a maximum amount of
  $50,000. The premiums are paid entirely by the Village. A portion of the life insurance includes accidental death
  and dismemberment benefits. This benefit equals the employee’s base salary with a maximum amount of $50,000.


                                 ARTICLE 18 - WORKER'S COMPENSATION

  18.01 Supplement: Any employee absent from work due to an injury or illness compensable under the Wisconsin
  Worker's Compensation Act shall, without charge to sick leave, continue to receive eighty percent (80%) of the
  employee's regular salary for a period not to exceed six (6) months per injury or illness. Such compensation shall be
  premised upon Village supplement of the Worker's Compensation check received by the employee in question, to a
  maximum of eighty percent (80%) of the employee's regular salary for the duration of the illness or injury, up to the
  six (6) month limitation. In the event Worker's Compensation payments become taxable income, the employee shall
  receive one hundred percent (100%) of the employee's regular salary for the six (6) month period.




                                            ARTICLE 19 - SICK LEAVE




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  19.01 All employees shall earn one day of sick leave per month of regular full-time employment. Sick leave can
  be accrued up to 120 days. Sick leave is to be used for non-work related illness or injuries of employees. Sick leave
  must be reported upon return to work on a form to be provided by the Village Administrator. The Village reserves
  the right to investigate all sick leave and to take necessary action to assure that sick leave is not used in a fraudulent
  manner. The Village may require an employee absent three (3) or more consecutive days to provide a doctor's
  certification of illness or injury, and a release to return to work. Employees who abuse sick leave benefits may be
  subject to discipline.

  Employees may use sick leave for necessary treatment by a doctor or dentist. If doctor and dentist appointments
  must be scheduled during working hours, that appointment must be scheduled during the first 1-1/2 hours of work or
  the last 1-1/2 hours of work, unless otherwise approved by the Village Administrator or his/her designee. Such
  approval shall not be unreasonably denied.

  An employee who accumulates 120 days of sick leave shall be paid one-half day's pay for each day of sick leave
  over 120 days which is earned and not used. The payment shall be made with the last paycheck in December of
  each calendar year. The amount shall be based on the employee's rate of pay at the time of payment.

  Permanent part-time employees shall earn sick leave at the rate that the employees' work compares to the normal
  work week of a full-time employee as established in this Agreement.

  Employees who terminate employment with the Village of Sussex and have twenty (20) or more years of permanent
  full-time service and who are eligible to receive a retirement annuity under the provisions of the Wisconsin
  Retirement System will have 100% of their accumulated sick leave up to the contract maximum placed into a
  deposit account designated by the Village, which shall be a post-employment health plan (PEHP). The money in the
  account shall be restricted to the payment of insurance premiums. If the employee dies prior to the depletion of the
  account, then the surviving spouse and/or dependents will be eligible to use the remaining funds for insurance
  premiums. If the retired employee and his or her eligible dependent(s) should die prior to the depletion of the
  account, the remaining monies in the account will be divided equally among other retirees who have monies in
  deposit accounts created under the provisions of this section.

  Employees who were employed by the Village of Sussex prior to January 1, 2000 may elect to receive payment to
  be applied toward health insurance continuation, up to a maximum of one hundred twenty (120) days. Employees
  who were employed by the District between January 1, 2000 and January 1, 2008 shall be eligible for payment to be
  applied toward health insurance continuation following retirement, up to a maximum of ninety-five (95) days.
  Employees hired on or after January 1, 2008 shall be eligible for a 50% sick leave payout under this provision at
  retirement, to a maximum of eighty-five (85) days of sick leave accumulation (i.e., 37.5 days of sick leave may be
  used for the employee PEHP)”.


                                      ARTICLE 20 - BEREAVEMENT LEAVE

  20.01       Employees may use up to three days of sick leave per occurrence to attend matters brought on by the
  death of a member of the employee's immediate family. The immediate family is defined as spouse, child, brother,
  sister, mother, father, mother-in-law, or father-in-law. Employees may use one (1) day for attending the funeral of
  other close relatives or friends.




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                               ARTICLE 21 - WISCONSIN RETIREMENT FUND

  21.01 Payment by Village: The Village pays the full cost of pensions under the Wisconsin Retirement System.

  21.02 Deferred compensation: The Village shall make a voluntary employee-funded deferred compensation plan
  available to all employees. Employees shall be entitled to participate in the Village deferred compensation program
  after one year of employment by the Village. These benefits shall be paid, and administered, in a fashion which is
  consistent with applicable Internal Revenue Service rulings regarding the taxability of such employer contributions
  to a deferred compensation program.


                             ARTICLE 22 - LEAVE OF ABSENCE WITHOUT PAY

  22.01 Policy: Employees shall be granted leave of absence upon request. Normally such leaves will not exceed
  sixty (60) days, except in case of educational, maternity, military leave or leaves due to serious illness. Employees
  shall continue to earn and receive all contractual insurance benefits under this agreement during the first sixty (60)
  days of any leave of absence without pay. Thereafter, the employee must make suitable arrangements for
  continuation of any insurance program for leaves of absence that extend longer than sixty (60) days. The employee
  shall be responsible for payment of such insurance premiums after sixty (60) days. No holiday or sick leave benefits
  shall be provided during an unpaid leave of absence, nor shall there be accrual or sick leave benefits during such a
  leave. Vacation benefits shall accrue up to sixty (60) days; thereafter, there shall be no accrual of vacation benefits
  for the duration of the leave.

                                             ARTICLE 23 - JURY DUTY

  23.01 Policy: Any employee who serves on a jury or is required to report daily for jury selection, shall be paid by
  the Employer the difference between the earnings for such duty and his or her regular earnings. Employees who are
  dismissed from jury duty shall return to their job to complete the regular work day if more than one-half the work
  day remains.

           ARTICLE 24 - CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE AND MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT

  24.01 Policy: Administrative leave with pay shall be allowed to employees to attend schooling, conventions or
  similar meetings which will benefit the Village. The Village will pay reasonable registration fees and cost of travel
  by the more direct route to and from the point of the meeting, meals at the meeting for the employee and associated
  expenses including lodging. Receipts for expenses (i.e. meals, car rentals, air fare, etc.) in excess of $25.00 must be
  submitted to the Village. The Village will not pay for expenses related to personal entertainment or for alcoholic
  beverages. If the employee chooses to take his spouse to a convention or meeting, the cost of the spouse will be
  paid by the employee and such items as room rates will be prorated on that basis.

  24.02 Reimbursement: If advance reimbursement is not possible, attendees shall be reimbursed as soon as possible
  upon presentation of expense receipts.

  24.03 Mileage for Use of Personal Vehicle: Mileage reimbursement for employees who are required or requested
  by the Village Administrator or his/her designee to use their personal vehicle during the course of their employment
  shall be in the amount established by the IRS.




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                  ARTICLE 25 - CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SCHEDULE

  25.01 Schedule: The classification and compensation schedule shall be made a part of this Agreement and
  attached hereto as Appendix A.

                                        ARTICLE 26 - MISCELLANEOUS

  26.01 Safety: The parties will cooperate in maintaining a work place which is in conformance with all applicable
  State and Federal standards concerning safety in the work place.

  26.02 A.       Clothing: To the extent provided by the Village as of June 26, 1991, the Village shall provide:

                   1.    Shirt and trouser work clothes for all employees and washing and mending service therefore.

                   2.    In addition, the Employer shall provide coveralls, and washing and mending, for employees
                         engaged in oily, greasy, or unusually dirty work.

         B.      Inclement Weather Gear: The Village shall supply to all employees who have to work outside
                 during inclement weather - rain, snow, sleet, freezing temperatures or extreme heat - rain gear (pants
                 and coat) and hip boots. Such gear shall be provided at work and used only for Village work.

         C.      Other Safety Gear: The Village shall also provide non-prescription safety goggles, hard hats, hard
                 hat liners, safety vests with reflectors, ear plugs (disposable) and protective equipment for welding,
                 torch cutting, grinding, and chemical handling. Such gear shall be provided at work and used only
                 for Village work.

         D.      Prescription Safety Glasses: Effective January 1 following execution of this collective bargaining
                 agreement, the Village will contribute one-half the cost (net if health insurance reimbursement) of up
                 to one pair of prescription safety glasses per calendar year, under specifications established by the
                 Village, if and as needed by the employee. The employee shall be reimbursed upon provision of a
                 paid receipt to the Village Administrator.

  26.03 Certification and Licenses: If the Village requires an employee to have a license, the Village will reimburse
  the employee for books, tuition, mileage, the cost of the license, and for lost wages (if training must be done on
  work time); provided, however, that the Village shall not reimburse the employee for the cost of a commercial or
  other driver's license.

  26.04 Vehicle Violations: The Village shall pay the full amount of any forfeiture or fine, court costs and penalty
  assessment assessed against an employee pursuant to a citation issued due to an alleged violation of the State Motor
  Vehicle Safety Code for a Village-owned vehicle driven by the employee, but only if the employee has called the
  deficiency to the attention of the Village Administrator or his designee and that individual has directed that the
  employee drive the vehicle despite the deficiency. This provision shall not apply to a vehicle overload.

  26.05 Job Descriptions: Job descriptions for positions covered by this Agreement shall be made available to the
  Union within a reasonable time following a request for same by the Union.

  26.06 Commercial Driver’s License: “Retaining a valid Wisconsin CDL will be a condition of employment
  for all public works foremen and public works employees/plant operators. Any employee required to have a


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  valid Wisconsin CDL will be terminated from employment with the Village, unless the employee is eligible to
  have the license or occupational license reinstated within six (6) months from the date of the loss of the license.
   The Administrator may extend the period to twelve (12) months under the conditions listed below. The
  following conditions apply:

  During the six (6) months the employee is without a CDL, the Village will make a good faith effort to utilize
  the employee on work that does not require a CDL, but shall in no way be obligated to utilize the employee if
  such action results in additional costs to the Village to perform the necessary work. Availability of such non-
  CDL work shall be exclusively determined by the Village Administrator in consultation with the Department
  Head. If no work or insufficient work is available, the employee may utilize, in the following order,
  compensatory time, vacation time, and unpaid leave during the six (6) month period the employee is without a
  valid CDL. Should the employee use unpaid leave, the benefits accorded employees pursuant to the Labor
  Agreement shall apply.

  If an employee can receive their CDL within twelve (12) months from the date of the loss of the license, the
  employee may petition the Village Administrator to extend the period to twelve (12) months to avoid
  termination. The Village has the exclusive right to determine if such an extension is granted. The Village shall
  not grant such an extension if it is determined by the Village that a temporary replacement, contracted
  employee, additional overtime, or more than minimal financial resources are needed to make up for workload
  that the petitioning employee cannot perform. Availability of work shall be determined with consistency to the
  paragraph above.

  Once an employee has had their CDL reinstated within the timeframe allotted above, the employee shall return
  to normal work status. If an employee fails to have their CDL reinstated within the timeframes and procedures
  stated above, or cannot have their CDL reinstated within the timeframes and procedures stated above, the
  employee shall be terminated. An employee shall be eligible for these accommodations only one (1) time.”


                                         ARTICLE 27 - SAVINGS CLAUSE

  27.01 Savings Clause: If any Article or Section of this Agreement, or any addenda hereto, shall be held invalid by
  operation of law or by any tribunal of competent jurisdiction, or if compliance with or enforcement of any Article,
  Section or addendum should be restrained by such tribunal, the remainder of this Agreement, and addenda hereto,
  shall not be affected thereby, and the parties shall enter into immediate negotiations for the purpose of arriving at a
  mutually satisfactory replacement for such Article, Section or addendum.


                                    ARTICLE 28 - NO STRIKE AGREEMENT

  28.01 Strike Prohibited: Neither the Union nor any of its officers, agents, or employees will instigate, promote,
  encourage, sponsor, engage in or condone any strike, slowdown, concerted work stoppage, sympathy strike, or any
  other intentional interruption of work during the term of this Agreement and until a successor agreement is ratified
  by both parties.

  28.02 No Lock-out: The Village agrees that it will not lock out employees during the terms of this Agreement and
  until a successor contract is ratified.




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  28.03 Co-operation: The parties agree to co-operate with one another to bring an end to any violation of this
  Section.


                                   ARTICLE 29 - OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT

  29.01 Employment for agencies or employers other than the Village shall not unreasonably interfere with the
  fulfillment of an employee's duties and responsibilities as a Village employee, nor shall any outside employment
  create a conflict of interest for any Village employee.


                                          ARTICLE 30 - EVALUATION

  30.01 All bargaining unit personnel shall be evaluated at least once annually by the Village Administrator or
  his/her designee. The content of such employee evaluations shall not be subject to the contractual grievance and
  arbitration procedure.

                                            ARTICLE 31 - DURATION

  31.01 Term: This Agreement shall be in full force and effect from January 1, 2006 to and including December 31,
  2007. The Agreement shall be automatically renewed from year to year thereafter, unless the party desiring to
  modify, alter, or otherwise amend the Agreement or any of its provisions, gives to the other party written notice on
  or before September 1, 2007. In the event such notice is served, the parties shall operate temporarily under the
  terms and provisions of this contract until a new contract is entered into, at which time the new contract shall be
  retroactive to the original expiration date of this Agreement.


         Dated this _______________ day of ______________________________, 2008.


                                                            FOR THE VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                                                            EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 3086
         FOR THE VILLAGE OF SUSSEX                      AFSCME, AFL-CIO


         By:                                            By:




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                                              APPENDIX A
                          CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SCHEDULE

                                           Start     6 Months        1 Year
         Classification                   (85%)        (90%)         (95%)        2 Years

         Effective 01-01-07              Current Rates

         Public Works Lead Worker           19.81          20.97        22.14        23.30
         Public Works Employee              19.21          20.34        21.47        22.60
         Wastewater Operator                19.21          20.34        21.47        22.60
         Assistant to Finance Director      14.70          15.56        16.43        17.29
         Assistant to Development Dir.      14.70          15.56        16.43        17.29
         Administrative Assistant           12.65          13.39        14.14        14.88
         Maintenance Technician             12.65          13.39        14.14        14.88
         Cashier/Receptionist                9.91          10.49        11.08        11.66


         Effective 01-01-08              3.00% increase

         Public Works Lead Worker           20.40          21.60        22.80        24.00
         Public Works Employee              19.79          20.95        22.12        23.28
         Wastewater Operator                19.79          20.95        22.12        23.28
         Assistant to Finance Director      15.14          16.03        16.92        17.81
         Assistant to Development Dir.      15.14          16.03        16.92        17.81
         Administrative Assistant           13.03          13.80        14.56        15.33
         Maintenance Technician             13.03          13.80        14.56        15.33
         Cashier/Receptionist               10.21          10.81        11.41        12.01

                                                                   .42 Administrative Asst.
                                                                   .24 Assistant to’s
         Effective after Wage Reclassification on 1-1-08           .16 Receptionists

         Public Works Lead Worker           20.40          21.60        22.80        24.00
         Public Works Employee              19.79          20.95        22.11        23.28
         Wastewater Operator                19.79          20.95        22.11        23.28
         Assistant to Finance Director      15.34          16.25        17.15        18.05
         Assistant to Development Dir.      15.34          16.25        17.15        18.05
         Administrative Assistant           13.39          14.18        14.96        15.75
         Maintenance Technician             13.03          13.79        14.56        15.33
         Cashier/Receptionist               10.34          10.95        11.56        12.17




         Effective 01-01-09              3.00% Increase
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         Public Works Lead Worker             21.01           22.25         23.48          24.72
         Public Works Employee                20.38           21.58         22.78          23.98
         Wastewater Operator                  20.38           21.58         22.78          23.98
         Assistant to Finance Director        15.80           16.73         17.66          18.59
         Assistant to Development Dir.        15.80           16.73         17.66          18.59
         Administrative Assistant             13.79           14.60         15.41          16.22
         Maintenance Technician               13.42           14.21         15.00          15.79
         Cashier/Receptionist                 10.66           11.29         11.91          12.54

                                                                      .42 Administrative Asst.
                                                                      .24 Assistant to’s
         Effective after Wage Reclassification on 1-1-09              .16 Receptionists
         Public Works Lead Worker             21.01           22.25         23.48          24.72
         Public Works Employee                20.38           21.58         22.77          23.98
         Wastewater Operator                  20.38           21.58         22.77          23.98
         Assistant to Finance Director        16.01           16.95         17.89          18.83
         Assistant to Development Dir.        16.01           16.95         17.89          18.83
         Administrative Assistant             14.14           14.98         15.81          16.64
         Maintenance Technician               13.42           14.20         15.00          15.79
         Cashier/Receptionist                 10.80           11.43         12.07          12.70


         New Employees

         For employees hired after January 1, 1997, the following schedule shall apply:

                       Starting employees:            85% of rate for applicable classification.
                       Six months:                    90% of rate for applicable classification.
                       Twelve months:                  95% of rate for applicable classification.
                       Two Years:                     100% of rate for applicable classification.


         For employees who have limits on the amount of wages they may earn the Village shall accept
         within reason written requests from said employees to freeze or limit the increases as listed
         above to avoid violation of federal regulatory limits which impact upon Medicare and or
         retirement entitlements.




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                      APPENDIX B - DENTAL INSURANCE

         The specifications for the Dental insurance plan shall be as follows:

                                 Schedule of Benefits

                  Diagnostic & Preventative                  100%

                  Basic Restorative                          Deductible with 80/20
                                                             Coinsurance

                  Major Restorative                          Deductible with 50/50
                                                             Coinsurance

                  Optional Orthodontic                       50% to $1500
                                                             Lifetime Maximum


                                      Deductibles

          $100.00 per covered person, three per family.


                          Annual Calendar Year Maximum

          $1,000.00 per covered person.




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                                      APPENDIX C- VISION INSURANCE

         Section 15.01 of the 2006-2007 Agreement between the Village of Sussex, hereinafter
         “Village”, and Sussex Employees Union, Local 3086, hereinafter “Union”, describes the
         health insurance fringe benefit available to represented employees. The language provides,
         in part, that the “Village will make available health insurance coverage”, hereinafter
         “HSA-HD-D”. Employees enrolled in the Villages HSA- HD-D plan have an eye care
         benefit available through the plan. The Union and Village agree as follows:

         1.        Eligible employees may utilize an eye care provider and the following benefit limits
                   will apply:

              a.   Comprehensive Eye Examination: Village Reimbursement of $50;
              b.   Lenses- Single Vision: Village Reimbursement of $45;
              c.   Lenses- Bi-focal: Village Reimbursement of $70;
              d.   Lenses- Tri-Focal: Village Reimbursement of $80;
              e.   Lenses- Progressive Bi-focal: Village Reimbursement of $90;
              f.   Frames: Village Reimbursement of $50; and
              g.   Contact Lenses: Village Reimbursement of $70.

         2. Eligible employees can only be reimbursed once every two years and any additional
         services or products are the total responsibility of the employee.

         3. Eligible employees are entitled to one lens type and frame, not both; the employee is not
         entitled to both contacts and frames/lenses, it’s either/or.

         4. The maximum reimbursement per two year period for eligible employees shall be
         $145.00 for single vision lenses with exam and $125.00 for contact lenses with exam.




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                                                                                           Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                                              Phone (262) 246-5200
                                                                                               FAX (262) 246-5222
                                                                                        Email: wisussex@wi.rr.com
                                                                                  Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us


                                             MEMORANDUM
         To:     Village Board and Evan Teich, Village Administrator

         From: Jeremy Smith

         Re:     EXHIBIT “B” “Personnel Handbook Adjustments- March 2008”

         Date: 3-4-2008

         Due to the Union Contract and other recommended policy adjustments please find below
         the recommended changes in the Village’s Personnel Handbook.

         1. Adjust the per diems to match realistic cost of meals with tax and tip.

         3.F.3. Per Diem
         Travel expenses should be submitted for approval before the event whenever possible. Per Diems
         should be approved ahead of time by the Department Head. Meal Per Diems, including tax and
         tip are $40 $50 per day or as follows per meal if the event doesn’t last long enough to require all
         three meals.
         Breakfast $8 $10.00
         Lunch $10 $17.00
         Dinner $18 $25.00

         2. Create standards of response for emergency job functions to ensure employees that
         perform emergency services can respond within reasonable timeframes.

         5.F.1. Emergency Response Time Limits
         Any employee of the Village whose job functions require timely responses to emergency
         situations (i.e., snow plowing, sewer backups, water problems) shall live close enough to
         the Village that they can reasonably respond, under normal conditions, to emergency
         situations within 45 minutes of notice of the emergency situation.

         3. Adjust vacation earning to be a continuous and steady process versus a periodic large
         adjustment. Allow the flexibility and benefit of attracting Department Head Candidates by
         starting at 3 weeks vacation for those positions.

         C. Annual Vacation Leave

         As of January 1st of each year, an employee’s vacation will be computed based on the number of
         complete years of service attained as of that date. The schedule of days earned for a full-time
         employee is:
         FULL YEARS OF SERVICE                                     DAYS EARNED
         Less than 1                                               1 day per 5 full weeks worked in
                                                                   prior year. Not to exceed 10 days.
         1 through 5                                               10
         6 through 13                                              15



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         14 through 18                                            20
         19 and over                                              25

         “Full Years of Service                             Days Earned
         Less than one year.                                1 day per 5 weeks worked in prior year, not to
                                                            exceed 10 days.

         1 year.                                            10 days.

         2 years and over.                                  10 days plus one (1) day for each year over 1 year
                                                            of service, up to a maximum of 25 days of
                                                            vacation.”

         Department Head positions may start at 3 weeks of vacation if so granted by the Village
         Administrator.

         4. The Village’s sick-time retirement payout costs are reduced long-term and taxability
         issues are resolved under new IRS rules.

         7. D.5. Retirement/Resignation Sick leave
         Upon retirement or resignation, exempt employees shall be entitled to compensation for
         accumulated sick days based upon the following chart:

         Years of Service                                        Maximum Payout
         5 years of regular full-time service             20% of accumulated sick days
         10 years of regular full-time service            40% of accumulated sick days
         15 years of regular full-time service            60% of accumulated sick days
         20 years of regular full-time service                   95 sick days

         The payment shall be made with the Employee’s pay check and shall be based on the employee’s
         rate of pay at the time of payment. Exempt Employees will have 100% of their accumulated sick
         leave up to the “maximum payout” from the chart above placed into a deposit account designated
         by the Village, which shall be a post-employment health plan (PEHP). The money in the account
         shall be restricted to the payment of insurance premiums. If the employee dies prior to the
         depletion of the account, then the surviving spouse and/or dependents will be eligible to use the
         remaining funds for insurance premiums. If the retired employee and his or her eligible
         dependent(s) should die prior to the depletion of the account, the remaining monies in the account
         will be divided equally among other retirees who have monies in deposit accounts created under
         the provisions of this section. shall receive payment in the amount equal to one hundred percent
         (100%) of accumulated sick days to be applied towards health insurance continuation following
         retirement, up to a maximum of ninety-five (95) days.

         Exempt employees hired on or after January 1, 2008 shall be eligible for a sick leave payout
         under this provision at retirement or resignation, to a maximum of 37.5 days of sick leave that
         shall be used for the employee PEHP.

         7.D.5(A) Non-exempt Employee Provisions
         Non-exempt Employees who terminate employment with the Village of Sussex and have twenty
         (20) or more years of permanent full-time service and who are eligible to receive a retirement
         annuity under the provisions of the Wisconsin Retirement System will have 100% of their
         accumulated sick leave up to the “contract maximum” placed into a deposit account designated



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         by the Village, which shall be a post-employment health plan (PEHP). The money in the account
         shall be restricted to the payment of insurance premiums. If the employee dies prior to the
         depletion of the account, then the surviving spouse and/or dependents will be eligible to use the
         remaining funds for insurance premiums. If the retired employee and his or her eligible
         dependent(s) should die prior to the depletion of the account, the remaining monies in the account
         will be divided equally among other retirees who have monies in deposit accounts created under
         the provisions of this section.

         Non-exempt Employees who were employed by the Village of Sussex prior to January 1, 2000
         shall be eligible to receive payment to be applied toward health insurance continuation, up to a
         maximum of one hundred twenty (120) days. Non-exempt employees who were hired by the
         District between January 1, 2000 and January 1, 2008 shall be eligible for payment to be applied
         toward health insurance continuation following retirement, up to a maximum of ninety-five (95)
         days. Non-exempt employees hired on or after January 1, 2008 shall be eligible for a 50% sick
         leave payout under this provision at retirement, to a maximum of 37.5 days of sick leave to be
         used for the employee PEHP.




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