AGENDA FINANCE & PERSONNEL EVALUATION COMMITTEE VILLAGE OF SUSSEX

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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
             FINANCE & PERSONNEL EVALUATION COMMITTEE
                           VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                     6:30 PM MONDAY, MAY 11, 2009
                 SUSSEX VILLAGE HALL – LOWER LEVEL
1.    Roll call.

2.    Consideration and possible action on minutes of Finance and Personnel
      Committee meeting on April 13, 2009.

3.    Comments from citizens present.

4.    Consideration and possible action on April Check Register.

5.    Consideration and possible action on Temporary Class B Fermented Malt
      Beverage Retail License for the Sussex Lions’ Daze in Sussex Village Park on
      July 10-12, 2009.

6.    Consideration and possible action on Operators License for Angela Harris.

7.    Consideration and possible action on Operators License for Allison Schilt.

8.    Consideration and possible action on request to appeal Clerk’s decision not to
      waive finance charges on late property tax payment for Sussex Gateway, LLC.

9.    Consideration and possible action on Resolution issuing refund to Quad Graphics
      for overpayment of property taxes due to a retro-active change in State Law.

10.   Consideration and possible action on request from Fire Chief to proceed to hire a
      paramedic to fill the vacant Firefighter/EMT position.

11.   Consideration and possible action on Resolution adopting Identity Theft
      Prevention Program.

12.   Consideration and possible action on Simply Sussex volunteer program.

13.   Update on Insurance (Property, Worker’s Compensation, etc.) renewal rates.

14.   Discussion on Road Program Financing (Short and long term)

15.   Discussion on Committee Structure Changes

16.   Other topics for future agendas.
17.      Adjournment.
                                                                     Jason Wegner
                                                                     Chairperson

                                                                     __________________________
                                                                     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.
AGENDA




                                                   VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                                                   SUSSEX, WISCONSIN

         Minutes of the Finance & Personnel Evaluation Committee meeting held on April 13, 2009.

         The meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m.

         Trustees present:         Jason Wegner, Greg Goetz, Pat Tetzlaff and Jim Batzko.

         Trustees absent:          None

         Staff present:            Administrator Evan Teich, Assistant Administrator Jeremy Smith.

         A motion by Batzko, seconded by Goetz to approve the March 9, 2009 minutes of the Finance and
         Personnel meeting as presented.                                                      Motion carried.

         Citizens present: None.

         A motion by Tetzlaff, seconded by Batzko to recommend that the Village Board approve the March check
         register in the amount of $4,484,923.69 as presented.                                 Motion carried.

         A motion by Batzko, seconded by Goetz, to recommend that the Village Board issue a Temporary Class
         B Fermented Malt Beverage Retail License for the Sussex Lions’ Piston and Rod Show in Sussex Village
         Park on August 15, 2009 subject to the following standard conditions:
         1) Any outstanding violations other than building code violations are to be addressed to the satisfaction of
         Village staff before the day of the event, and,
         2) Payment of all fees and any outstanding invoices due and owed to the Village must be paid to the
         satisfaction of the Village Treasurer prior to issuance, and,
         3) No amendments to licenses with regard to the definitions of licensed premises, i.e. where alcohol can
         be consumed. Trustee Wegner abstained from the vote.                                       Motion carried.

         A motion by Batzko, seconded by Goetz, to table recommendation of the Operators License for Allison
         Schilt.                                                                              Motion carried.

         A motion by Tetzlaff, seconded by Batzko to recommend that the Village Board adopt the ordinance
         limiting the creation of legislation on benefits and pay in the community related to direct legislation.
                                                                                                       Motion carried.

         A motion by Goetz, seconded by Batzko to recommend that the Village Board adopt the resolution
         declaring that certain Fire Department furniture is surplus and may be sold or disposed of as may be
         appropriate.                                                                               Motion carried.

         A motion by Batzko, seconded by Tetzlaff to recommend that the Village Board adopt a resolution
         declaring that certain equipment is surplus and may be donated to local non-profit groups or recycled as
         may be appropriate on an annual basis.                                                    Motion carried.

         A motion by Goetz, seconded by Tetzlaff to recommend that the Village Board adopt a resolution
         amending the 2008 TIF Budget.                                                          Motion carried.

         A motion by Batzko, seconded by Goetz to recommend that the Village Board approve the engagement
         letter for the Audit of TIF #5 provided by Virchow Krause & Co in the amount of $5,900.00.
                                                                                                  Motion carried.
         Discussion was held on IT needs to address records retention system. Staff was directed to complete a
         plan for the 2010 budget.
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         Evan gave an update on the assessment process and schedule. Staff was directed to have assessor
         send a letter to residents even if there was no change in their assessment.

         Other Topics for future agendas: None.

         A motion by Goetz, seconded by Tetzlaff to adjourn the meeting at 7:25 p.m.        Motion carried.


                                                        Respectfully submitted,

                                                        Jeremy Smith
                                                        Assistant Village Administrator
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                                                           VILLAGE OF SUSSEX                                                                      05/05/09 9:04 AM
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                                                             CHECK REGISTER
                                                                 Period Name: APRIL


 Check/Recei
      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                       Amount Comments                             Account Descr
     Date
  3/26/2009    045598    MENARDS - GERMANTOWN               -$16.75   VOID CHECK - WRONG VENDER        E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
   4/3/2009    045620    ARENZ, MOLTER, MACY & RIFFLE     $2,300.00   ATTORNEY FEES                    E 100-51300-000-210 Legal Fees--Traffic
   4/3/2009    045620    ARENZ, MOLTER, MACY & RIFFLE     $6,966.45   ATTORNEY FEES                    E 100-51300-000-211 Legal Fees--Opinions
   4/3/2009    045621    AT&T                                $20.89   CONCESSION STAND                 E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/3/2009    045621    AT&T                                $64.37   ALARM                            E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
   4/3/2009    045622    BADGER METER, INC.              $14,100.00   100 - 5/8" RCDL 25P W/ORION      G 610-19346 Meters--Water
   4/3/2009    045623    BENDLIN FIRE EQUIPMENT CO.       $9,932.00   BUNKER PANTS & COATS             E 100-57220-000-810 Equipment
   4/3/2009    045623    BENDLIN FIRE EQUIPMENT CO.        -$450.00   CREDIT - SAFETY VESTS            E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
   4/3/2009    045624    BRASFIELD, TAMMIE                   $72.00   REFUND CHECKMATES                R 250-750-46710 Registration Fees
   4/3/2009    045624    BRASFIELD, TAMMIE                   $60.00   REFUND HOCKEY MINI-CAMP          R 250-777-46710 Registration Fees
   4/3/2009    045625    CERNY, KARI OR RANDY                $60.00   REFUND HOCKEY MINI CAMP          R 250-777-46710 Registration Fees
   4/3/2009    045626    CTW CORPORATION                  $1,403.48   BOOSTER STATION POWER SOLENOID   E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
   4/3/2009    045627    CULLIGAN - SENIORS                  $19.42   SALT                             E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
   4/3/2009    045628    DEMLANG, DONNA                     $125.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                   G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
   4/3/2009    045628    DEMLANG, DONNA                     -$25.00   ADMIN FEE                        R 250-999-48230 Village Property Rent
   4/3/2009    045629    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER      $347.80   FURNACE OIL                      E 100-55200-000-222 Utilities--Heat
   4/3/2009    045629    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER      $518.66   GASOLINE                         G 100-16110 Inventory
   4/3/2009    045629    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER      $471.50   DIESEL                           G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
   4/3/2009    045630    EVERS, DONNA M                       $4.62   MILEAGE                          E 100-51510-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045630    EVERS, DONNA M                       $2.31   MILEAGE                          E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
   4/3/2009    045630    EVERS, DONNA M                       $2.31   MILEAGE                          E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
   4/3/2009    045631    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457          $527.76   DEFERRED COMPENSATION            G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
   4/3/2009    045631    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457        $2,036.79   DEFERRED COMPENSATION            G 100-21521 ICMA Withheld
   4/3/2009    045632    KULA, MEAGAN                        $69.85   MILEAGE                          E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045633    LIFEQUEST                           $89.00   WEBINAR FEE RED FLAG SURVIVAL    E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045634    LOCAL NO. 3086                     $656.25   APRIL UNION DUES                 G 100-21550 Union Dues Withheld
   4/3/2009    045635    LUCK, KATHY                         $42.00   REFUND EASTER BASKET CLASS       R 250-651-46710 Registration Fees
   4/3/2009    045636    MARTIN, THOMAS O.                   $41.80   MILEAGE                          E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045637    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                  $16.75   MISC                             E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
   4/3/2009    045638    MILLER BRADFORD & RISBERG INC    $1,568.97   REPAIR HOIST CYLINDER            E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
   4/3/2009    045639    MILWAUKEE SPRING & ALIGNMENT       $467.74   BOLT, HANGER, SHACKEL, ETC.      E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
   4/3/2009    045640    NATARAJAN, ANANDHI                  $70.00   REFUND EXCERSISE CLASS           R 250-601-46710 Registration Fees
   4/3/2009    045641    NORTH SHORE BANK, FSB              $836.79   DEFERRED COMPENSATION            G 100-21520 North Shore Withheld
   4/3/2009    045642    QUALITY REMOVAL                    $125.00   GREASE TRAP SERVICE              E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
   4/3/2009    045643    SACKETT, MEGAN L                   $172.70   MILEAGE                          E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045644    SAMS CLUB - COMM CTR                $36.78   MEMBERSHIP FEE                   E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045645    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC             $327.00   TESTING                          E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
   4/3/2009    045645    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC             $197.00   TESTING                          E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
   4/3/2009    045646    TOWN OF LISBON                     $425.00   COMPOST PASSES - MARCH           G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
   4/3/2009    045646    TOWN OF LISBON                     -$85.00   COMPOST PASSES - MARCH           R 100-000-46436 Yard Waste Charges
   4/3/2009    045647    VERIZON WIRELESS                    $39.34   AMB CELL PHONE                   E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/3/2009    045648    WAUKESHA COUNTY PLU              $2,205.00   STORM WATER INFO & EDUCATION     E 640-53650-000-325 Public Education
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148             $3.75   CUSTOMER SERV & DIV              E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
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 Check/Recei
      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                      Amount Comments                           Account Descr
     Date
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148           $25.00   MANAGING CONFLICT NK           E 250-51421-000-324 Schooling & Dues
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148           $25.00   MANAGING CONFLICT TM           E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148           $15.00   CUSTOMER SERV & DIVERSITY NK   E 250-51421-000-324 Schooling & Dues
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148            $3.75   WORKING SMART DE               E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148            $7.50   WORKING SMART DE               E 100-51510-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148            $3.75   CUSTOMER SERV & DIVERSITY DE   E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148            $7.50   CUSTOMER SERV & DIVERSITY DE   E 100-51510-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045649    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148            $3.75   WORKING SMART DE               E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
   4/3/2009    045650    WAUKESHA STATE & KAATZ            $562.50   2ND HALF H.S.A.                E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
   4/3/2009    045650    WAUKESHA STATE & KAATZ            $187.50   2ND HALF H.S.A.                E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
   4/3/2009    045651    WE ENERGIES                       $217.73   GAS                            E 250-51600-000-222 Utilities--Heat
   4/3/2009    045651    WE ENERGIES                       $295.62   ELECTRIC                       E 250-51600-000-224 Utilities--Electric
   4/3/2009    045652    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC             $16.46   ELECTRIC                       E 100-52900-000-001 Emergency
   4/3/2009    045652    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC          $2,220.20   ELECTRIC                       E 610-53700-000-952 Pumping-Power
   4/3/2009    045652    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC             $26.72   ELECTRIC                       E 100-52900-000-001 Emergency
   4/3/2009    045652    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC              $7.47   ELECTRIC                       E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
   4/3/2009    045652    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC            $209.36   ELECTRIC                       E 100-51600-000-224 Utilities--Electric
   4/3/2009    045652    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC             $10.52   ELECTRIC                       E 100-52900-000-001 Emergency
   4/3/2009    045653    WE ENERGIES - EVERETT ST.      $10,296.21   ELECTRIC                       E 100-53420-000-224 Utilities--Electric
   4/3/2009    045654    WE ENERGIES - GAS                 $590.99   GAS                            E 100-51600-000-222 Utilities--Heat
   4/3/2009    045654    WE ENERGIES - GAS                  $70.89   GAS                            E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
   4/3/2009    045654    WE ENERGIES - GAS               $1,264.57   GAS                            E 100-52200-000-222 Utilities--Heat
   4/3/2009    045654    WE ENERGIES - GAS                 $868.65   GAS                            E 100-51600-000-222 Utilities--Heat
   4/3/2009    045654    WE ENERGIES - GAS                 $243.51   GAS                            E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
   4/3/2009    045654    WE ENERGIES - GAS                   $8.12   GAS                            E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
   4/3/2009    045655    WENZEL, VIRGINIA                   $51.00   REFUND EASTER BASKET CLASS     R 250-651-46710 Registration Fees
   4/3/2009    045656    WHALEN, NANCY A.                  $102.02   CONF EXP                       E 100-51510-000-390 Expenses
   4/3/2009    045656    WHALEN, NANCY A.                   $51.01   CONF EXP                       E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
   4/3/2009    045656    WHALEN, NANCY A.                   $51.01   CONF EXP                       E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
   4/3/2009    045657    WI DEPT. OF TRANSP. TV&RP         $100.00   SUSPENSIONS                    R 100-000-45110 Fines & Tickets
   4/3/2009    045658    WI SCTF                           $316.61   CHILD SUPPORT                  G 100-21555 Child Support
   4/3/2009    045659    ZOELLICK, GREGORY R               $211.75   MILEAGE                        E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
   4/9/2009    045660    ADVENTURE ROCK                    $175.00   DEPOSIT-ROCK WALL 9/13         E 630-55202-000-398 Activities
   4/9/2009    045661    AFLAC                             $451.04   MAR EMPLOYEE INS               G 100-21595 AFLAC INS
   4/9/2009    045662    ALSCO-AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL         $179.41   UNIFORMS                       E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
   4/9/2009    045662    ALSCO-AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL         $228.62   UNIFORMS                       E 620-53610-100-349 Other Operating Supplies
   4/9/2009    045662    ALSCO-AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL         $176.42   UNIFORMS                       E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
   4/9/2009    045662    ALSCO-AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL         $116.15   UNIFORMS                       E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION       $10.80   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION       $99.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION        $9.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION        $9.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION       $36.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION       $27.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION       $27.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION        $9.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION       $54.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION       $54.00   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
   4/9/2009    045663    AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION       $25.20   3-BOOK COMBO                   E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
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 Check/Recei
      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                       Amount Comments                              Account Descr
     Date
   4/9/2009    045664    ARZBERGER, DENISE                  $210.00   INSTRUCTOR BUN BASKET             E 250-55350-651-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045664    ARZBERGER, DENISE                  $180.00   INSTRUCTOR BASKETWEAVING STUDIO   E 250-55350-651-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $81.80   PHONE                             E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $22.01   PHONE                             E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $93.41   PHONE                             E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $262.87   PHONE                             G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $274.32   PHONE                             E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $32.27   PHONE                             E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $90.44   PHONE                             E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $61.30   PHONE                             E 100-52100-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $78.31   PHONE                             E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $68.80   PHONE                             E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $307.97   PHONE                             E 620-53610-200-243 Maint--Collection Pump
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $51.33   PHONE                             E 100-51510-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $77.09   PHONE                             E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $40.37   PHONE                             E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $325.55   PHONE                             E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045665    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $48.40   PHONE                             E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
   4/9/2009    045666    BADGER METER, INC.                 $199.85   2-1" RCDL 40P W/REGISTER          G 610-19346 Meters--Water
   4/9/2009    045667    BARTON, JENNETTE                   $400.00   INSTRUCTOR ZUMBA, S,S,S           E 250-55350-601-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045668    BATTERIES PLUS                      $93.96   7.5 V NICD MOTOROLA, ETC          E 100-52200-000-246 Maint--Radio
   4/9/2009    045669    BIELINSKI HOMES                    $300.00   W244N5606 QUAIL RUN               G 100-23230 Occupancy Deposits
   4/9/2009    045669    BIELINSKI HOMES                    $300.00   W244N5609 QUAIL RUN               G 100-23230 Occupancy Deposits
   4/9/2009    045670    BRUCE MUNICIPAL EQUIPMENT, INC      $56.58   CASTER SPACER                     E 640-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
   4/9/2009    045671    CALATOLA, RITA                     $540.00   INSTRUCTOR PIYO                   E 250-55350-601-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045672    CITY OF WAUKESHA                 $3,875.00   TECHNICAL RESCUE                  E 100-52200-000-260 Haz Material Contract
   4/9/2009    045673    DAIRYLAND-HAMILTON, INC.         $1,443.94   MARCH SHUTTLE                     E 250-54601-000-933 Transportation Expenses
   4/9/2009    045674    DAVIS & KUELTHAU, S.C.           $1,782.50   ATTORNEY FEES                     E 100-51300-000-211 Legal Fees--Opinions
   4/9/2009    045675    DHEIN, KRISTIN                      $35.00   REFUND LEARN TO SKATE             R 250-777-46710 Registration Fees
   4/9/2009    045676    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER      $302.66   GASOLINE                          G 100-16110 Inventory
   4/9/2009    045677    EB BRANDS HOLDINGS INC.             $66.80   REFUND TAX OVERAGE                G 100-21910 Tax Check Change
   4/9/2009    045678    EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCTS         $276.24   SUPPLIES                          E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
   4/9/2009    045679    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES        $139.00   MISC                              E 100-53311-000-348 Tools
   4/9/2009    045679    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES         $89.72   MISC                              E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
   4/9/2009    045679    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES          $9.80   MISC                              E 640-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
   4/9/2009    045679    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES         $34.10   MISC                              E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
   4/9/2009    045679    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES        $282.63   MISC                              E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
   4/9/2009    045680    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.            $128.80   OXYGEN                            E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
   4/9/2009    045680    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.             $32.20   CYLINDER RENTAL                   E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
   4/9/2009    045680    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.              $6.44   CYLINDER RENTAL                   E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
   4/9/2009    045681    FRONTIER FS MAPLETON             $1,567.50   GREENYARD GRAND SLAM              E 100-55200-000-402 Soccer Fields
   4/9/2009    045682    GAJERA, HARESHKUMAR                -$25.00   ADMIN FEE                         R 250-999-48230 Village Property Rent
   4/9/2009    045682    GAJERA, HARESHKUMAR                $100.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                    G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
   4/9/2009    045683    GRAINGER                            $57.42   RELAY                             E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
   4/9/2009    045684    GRUNEWALD, MARY JO                 $180.00   INSTRUCTOR CIRCUIT BOOT CAMP &    E 250-55350-601-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045685    GYMBOREE PLAY & MUSIC            $1,350.00   INSTRUCTOR GYMBOREE               E 250-55350-511-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045686    HAASCH, STEVE                      $100.00   MUSIC FOR JULY 4TH FIREWORKS &    E 250-55202-000-393 Fourth of July
   4/9/2009    045687    HAWKINS, INC.                    $2,431.56   SOD SILICATE, SOD HYPO            E 610-53700-000-631 Treatment-Chemicals
   4/9/2009    045688    JEFF HORWATH FAMILY BUILDERS       $300.00   W238N7651 HIDDEN OAKS             G 100-23230 Occupancy Deposits
AGENDA
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      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                           Amount Comments                           Account Descr
     Date
   4/9/2009    045689    LIESENER SOILS INC.                    $102.00   BASEBALL MIX                   E 100-55200-000-391 Baseball Diamonds
   4/9/2009    045689    LIESENER SOILS INC.                    $270.00   BLENDED MIX                    E 100-55200-000-402 Soccer Fields
   4/9/2009    045690    MARINO, LISA                           $180.00   INSTRUCTOR YOGA                E 250-55350-601-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045691    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                      $47.90   SUPPLIES                       E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
   4/9/2009    045692    MIRACLE HOMES                          $300.00   W237N6502 HILLVIEW RD          G 100-23220 Road Cleaning Deposits
   4/9/2009    045693    NASSCO INC.                             $30.21   SUPPLIES                       E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
   4/9/2009    045694    NEU'S BUILDING CENTER, INC.            $181.90   IMPACT DRIVER, BIT SET         E 100-55200-000-348 Tools
   4/9/2009    045695    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.              $79.00   #7488 MAINT CONTRACT           E 100-51420-000-240 Maint--Equipment
   4/9/2009    045695    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.              $79.00   #7365 MAINT CONTRACT           E 100-51420-000-240 Maint--Equipment
   4/9/2009    045695    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.              $16.31   #6369 COPY COSTS               E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
   4/9/2009    045696    PLANET INTERACTIVE                     $462.31   9/13 DEP MOONWALK, OBSTACLE    E 630-55202-000-398 Activities
   4/9/2009    045697    PORT-A-JOHN                            $245.00   RESTROOMS-VILLAGE PARK         E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
   4/9/2009    045697    PORT-A-JOHN                             $55.00   RESTROOM-MAPLEWAY PARK         E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
   4/9/2009    045698    REDIGAS                                $637.57   GAS                            E 100-55200-000-222 Utilities--Heat
   4/9/2009    045699    SAGIRA, ZAHRA                          $120.00   INSTRUCTOR BELLY DANCE CLASS   E 250-55350-601-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045700    SCHLEICHER, LAVONNE                     $70.00   INSTRUCTOR EASTER CHOCOLATE    E 250-55350-665-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045701    SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT INC.               $107.45   REPAIR HEDGE TRIMMER           E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
   4/9/2009    045702    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC                  $43.00   TESTING                        E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
   4/9/2009    045703    STARNET TECHNOLOGIES                   $942.15   SERV BAR SCREEN & COMPACTOR    E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
   4/9/2009    045704    SUSSEX COUNTRY FLORAL SHOPPE            $38.50   FLOWERS - TRELOAR              E 100-51410-000-180 Human Resources
   4/9/2009    045705    TEICH, EVAN                             $25.00   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT          E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
   4/9/2009    045705    TEICH, EVAN                             $11.25   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT          E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
   4/9/2009    045705    TEICH, EVAN                             $11.25   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT          E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
   4/9/2009    045705    TEICH, EVAN                              $2.50   FITNESS REIMBURSEMENT          E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
   4/9/2009    045706    TMF CONSULTING                         $250.00   INSTRUCTOR PINT SIZED SOCCER   E 250-55350-507-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045707    TO THE POINTE                        $1,280.00   INSTRUCTOR YOUTH DANCE         E 250-55350-513-140 Program Instructors
   4/9/2009    045708    TOWN OF LISBON                         $460.79   1ST QTR WASTE HAULERS          R 620-125-46414 Other Sewer Services
   4/9/2009    045709    TRAFFIC & PARKING CONTROL              $201.25   SAFETYCADE, BARR LIGHT         E 100-53311-000-348 Tools
   4/9/2009    045710    UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                 $790.52   U/C                            E 100-52200-000-155 Unemployment
   4/9/2009    045711    VILLAGE OF NASHOTAH                     $20.00   BOARD OF REVIEW TRAINING       E 100-51100-000-390 Expenses
   4/9/2009    045712    WATER QUALITY TESTING SERVICES         $315.00   TESTING                        E 610-53700-000-632 Treatment-Supplies &
   4/9/2009    045713    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148                $63.00   JAN AMB COLLECTIONS            R 100-000-46230 Ambulance & Rescue Fees
   4/9/2009    045714    WAUKESHA LIME & STONE CO.               $68.00   COLD MIX                       E 100-53311-000-230 Maint--Street Materials
   4/9/2009    045715    WAUSAU EQUIPMENT CO., INC.             $880.33   SHAFT WELDMENT, SPRING, ETC.   E 100-53311-000-240 Maint--Equipment
   4/9/2009    045716    WCTC BILLING DEPT                      $430.56   SCHOOLING                      E 100-52200-000-324 Schooling & Dues
   4/9/2009    045717    WE ENERGIES                            $989.34   ELECTRIC                       E 100-55200-000-224 Utilities--Electric
   4/9/2009    045718    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                 $875.39   ELECTRIC                       E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
   4/9/2009    045719    WI BE SMART COALITION                $1,607.20   MEMBERSHIP                     E 100-53635-000-390 Expenses
   4/9/2009    045720    WIESNESKI, JODI                         $90.00   CONF EXP                       E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
   4/9/2009    045721    WOOLSEY, MARILYN                        $55.00   4/13 SENIOR PARTY              E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
   4/9/2009    045722    ZARNOTH BRUSH WORKS, INC.              $672.65   TUBE BROOM, GUTTER BROOM       E 640-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
  4/14/2009    045723    ARROWHEAD UNION HIGH SCHOOL          $6,582.21   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24612 Taxes due to Arrowhead School
  4/14/2009    045724    HAMILTON SCHOOL-TAXES            $1,164,668.31   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24610 Taxes due to Hamilton School
  4/14/2009    045725    RICHMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT            $15,413.86   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24611 Taxes due to Richmond School
  4/14/2009    045726    U.S. POSTMASTER                      $1,061.34   POSTAGE REC BROCHURES          E 250-55350-000-390 Expenses
  4/14/2009    045727    WAUKESHA COUNTY TREAS-TAX           $24,656.27   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24210 Taxes due to State of WI
  4/14/2009    045727    WAUKESHA COUNTY TREAS-TAX          $228,011.49   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24310 Taxes due to Waukesha
  4/14/2009    045728    WAUKESHA CTY TECH-TAX              $141,020.51   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24510 Taxes due to WCTC
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                            $16.19   MISC                           E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
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      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                      Amount Comments                          Account Descr
     Date
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $77.80   MISC                          E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $57.99   MISC                          E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                        $3.48   MISC                          E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                      $460.40   MISC                          E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $65.60   MISC                          E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $48.77   MISC                          E 100-52200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                        $8.63   MISC                          E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $12.26   MISC                          E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $36.84   MISC                          E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $25.18   MISC                          E 620-53610-200-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $13.82   MISC                          E 610-53700-000-635 Trtmt-Maint of
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                        $4.94   MISC                          E 100-52200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                        $6.66   MISC                          E 610-53700-000-632 Treatment-Supplies &
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $25.14   MISC                          E 100-53311-000-370 Street Signs
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $28.78   MISC                          E 100-55200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $28.76   MISC                          E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                        $4.04   MISC                          E 100-55200-000-348 Tools
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                      $171.03   MISC                          E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                       $26.98   MISC                          E 100-53311-000-348 Tools
  4/17/2009    045729    ACE HARDWARE                        $2.88   MISC                          E 640-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $33.85   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $29.16   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $29.85   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $52.75   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $68.94   ALARM                         E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $37.28   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $29.55   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $29.36   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $33.86   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
  4/17/2009    045730    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.        $29.85   ALARM                         E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
  4/17/2009    045731    AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS, INC.        $65.00   RENTAL ELECTRIC SCISS 19'     E 100-53311-000-346 Equipment Rental
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $130.95   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $160.03   DENTAL INS #00164877          G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $21.81   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $29.08   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 250-55350-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $94.81   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $203.74   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $173.29   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $102.38   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $15.99   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $41.22   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $42.12   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $390.57   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
  4/17/2009    045732    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD     $288.69   DENTAL INS #00164877          E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
  4/17/2009    045733    AT&T                               $14.95   PARK RECORDED MESSAGE         E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045734    AT&T AZ                             $2.89   PHONE                         E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045734    AT&T AZ                             $3.69   PHONE                         E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045735    BONESTROO                         $362.00   CLOVER DR OVERLAY             E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045735    BONESTROO                       $1,928.27   ROUNDABOUT DESIGN STANDARDS   E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
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      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                         Amount Comments                         Account Descr
     Date
  4/17/2009    045736    COOPERATING CHURCHES OF SUSSEX       $100.00   DEPOSIT REFUND               G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
  4/17/2009    045737    DIDONATO, SUSAN                       $36.00   REFUND MAD SCIENCE           R 250-756-46710 Registration Fees
  4/17/2009    045738    DIETRICH, TIM & LUANN                $144.00   REFUND MAD SCIENCE CLASSES   R 250-756-46710 Registration Fees
  4/17/2009    045739    DILLON, ARLINE                        $35.00   REFUND HISTORIC TOUR MILW    R 250-260-46710 Registration Fees
  4/17/2009    045740    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC. MILW           $290.62   AIR REGULATOR                E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
  4/17/2009    045741    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER        $694.39   DIESEL                       G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
  4/17/2009    045741    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER        $438.38   GASOLINE                     G 100-16110 Inventory
  4/17/2009    045742    FACKLER, LORRAINE                     $35.00   REFUND HISTORIC TOUR MILW    R 250-260-46710 Registration Fees
  4/17/2009    045743    GRAY'S INC.                           $94.00   TRACKLESS BLADE              E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
  4/17/2009    045744    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457            $527.76   DEFERRED COMPENSATION        G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
  4/17/2009    045744    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457          $2,036.79   DEFERRED COMPENSATION        G 100-21521 ICMA Withheld
  4/17/2009    045745    JOEL, PAM                            $100.00   DEPOSIT REFUND               G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
  4/17/2009    045746    KAJZER, MICHAEL                       $36.00   REFUND MAD SCIENCE           R 250-756-46710 Registration Fees
  4/17/2009    045747    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                    $44.67   TREATED LUMBER GARBAGE       E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
  4/17/2009    045748    MIDWEST CUSTOM HOMES                 $300.00   W246N7227 STONEFIELD DR      G 100-23230 Occupancy Deposits
  4/17/2009    045749    MINGERINK, PENNY                      $44.00   REFUND MAD SCIENCE           R 250-756-46710 Registration Fees
  4/17/2009    045750    NORTH SHORE BANK, FSB                $836.79   DEFERRED COMPENSATION        G 100-21520 North Shore Withheld
  4/17/2009    045751    PIGGLY WIGGLY                         $10.32   MISC                         E 250-55351-000-390 Expenses
  4/17/2009    045751    PIGGLY WIGGLY                         $12.98   MISC                         E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
  4/17/2009    045751    PIGGLY WIGGLY                         $11.87   MISC                         E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
  4/17/2009    045752    R.A. SMITH NATIONAL                $8,437.45   2009 ROADWAY PROGRAM         E 410-57331-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045752    R.A. SMITH NATIONAL                  $473.67   WAUKESHA AVENUE              E 410-57331-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $375.00   WEB HOSTING SERV             E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $938.25   BRANDON OAKS                 E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                   $2,554.50   COLOR INK                    E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $342.00   COLOR INK                    E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                   $6,292.55   WATER SCADA SERVICE          E 610-53700-000-923 Outside Services
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $300.00   GIS MAINT                    E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $268.50   GIS MAINT                    E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $187.50   WEB HOSTING SERV             E 610-53700-000-923 Outside Services
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $526.00   MISC WATER                   E 610-53700-000-923 Outside Services
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                      $70.00   MISC WASTEWATER              E 620-53610-200-212 Outside Services
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                   $3,292.00   MISC ENG                     E 640-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                   $1,123.00   MISC ENG                     E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045753    RUEKERT & MIELKE                     $187.50   WEB HOSTING SERV             E 620-53610-100-212 Outside Services
  4/17/2009    045754    SACKETT, MEGAN L                     $187.26   BUNNY LUNCH EXPENSES         E 250-55202-000-403 Special Events
  4/17/2009    045755    STOIBER, DEB                          $60.00   REFUND GUITAR CLASS          R 250-580-46710 Registration Fees
  4/17/2009    045756    STRAND ASSOCIATES, INC.              $567.53   WWTP SCADA/VIRUS ISSUES      E 620-53610-100-212 Outside Services
  4/17/2009    045757    TEICH, EVAN                           $29.24   MILEAGE & EXP                E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
  4/17/2009    045757    TEICH, EVAN                           $14.63   MILEAGE & EXP                E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
  4/17/2009    045757    TEICH, EVAN                           $14.63   MILEAGE & EXP                E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
  4/17/2009    045757    TEICH, EVAN                           $47.94   ELECTION EXP                 E 100-51440-000-390 Expenses
  4/17/2009    045758    TIME WARNER CABLE - COM CTR          $109.95   ROADRUNNER                   E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
  4/17/2009    045759    TIME WARNER CABLE - ST/P              $27.49   ROADRUNNER                   E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045759    TIME WARNER CABLE - ST/P              $82.46   ROADRUNNER                   E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045760    TIME WARNER CABLE -FIRE               $89.95   ROADRUNNER                   E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045761    TRIAD CONSTRUCTION INC.          $111,864.40   POLICE & FIRE BLDG EXP       E 410-57210-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669              $13.20   CELL PHONE                   E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669              $20.41   CELL PHONE                   E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
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      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                              Account Descr
     Date
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $20.41   CELL PHONE                        E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $20.41   CELL PHONE                        E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $18.46   CELL PHONE                        E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $18.45   CELL PHONE                        E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $10.75   CELL PHONE                        E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $20.42   CELL PHONE                        E 640-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $12.80   CELL PHONE                        E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $13.10   CELL PHONE                        E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $18.20   CELL PHONE                        E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $24.35   CELL PHONE                        E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $99.95   CELL PHONE                        E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $51.50   CELL PHONE                        E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/17/2009    045762    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669             $18.45   CELL PHONE                        E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
  4/17/2009    045763    VOEGE, WILLIAM                       $34.00   REFUND YOGA                       R 250-601-46710 Registration Fees
  4/17/2009    045764    WAUKESHA COUNTY CLERK                $40.00   PUBLIC DIRECTORIES - 20           E 100-51490-000-390 Expenses
  4/17/2009    045765    WE ENERGIES                       $1,403.14   ELECTRIC                          E 100-53311-000-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/17/2009    045765    WE ENERGIES                       $1,643.72   GAS                               E 100-53311-000-222 Utilities--Heat
  4/17/2009    045766    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC               $17.75   ELECTRIC                          E 100-55200-000-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/17/2009    045766    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC               $33.71   ELECTRIC                          E 100-52100-000-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/17/2009    045766    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC              $996.81   ELECTRIC                          E 100-51600-000-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/17/2009    045766    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC            $1,006.98   ELECTRIC                          E 100-52200-000-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/17/2009    045766    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC            $8,761.02   ELECTRIC                          E 620-53610-300-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/17/2009    045767    WE ENERGIES - GAS                 $3,214.04   GAS                               E 620-53610-300-222 Utilities--Heat
  4/17/2009    045768    WI DEPT OF TRANS BBS              $7,157.27   HWY 74 PROJECT                    E 410-57490-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/17/2009    045768    WI DEPT OF TRANS BBS                $445.10   HWY 74 PROJECT                    E 410-57344-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/17/2009    045768    WI DEPT OF TRANS BBS             $12,287.58   HWY 74 PROJECT                    G 410-21100 Vouchers Payable
  4/17/2009    045769    WI SCTF                             $316.61   CHILD SUPPORT                     G 100-21555 Child Support
  4/17/2009    045770    WI SCTF R&D                          $65.00   R & D FEES                        G 100-21555 Child Support
  4/17/2009    045771    WICPA                                $57.50   ANNUAL DUES                       E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
  4/17/2009    045771    WICPA                                $57.50   ANNUAL DUES                       E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
  4/17/2009    045771    WICPA                               $115.00   ANNUAL DUES                       E 100-51510-000-390 Expenses
  4/17/2009    045772    YAGGY COLBY ASSOCIATES            $3,224.37   POLICE DEPT                       E 410-57210-000-216 Engineering
  4/17/2009    045773    ZTEC SYSTEMS                         $15.00   REPAIR FUEL PUMP PRINTER          E 100-55200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
  4/17/2009    045773    ZTEC SYSTEMS                         $15.00   REPAIR FUEL PUMP PRINTER          E 620-53610-100-330 Transportation
  4/17/2009    045773    ZTEC SYSTEMS                         $15.00   REPAIR FUEL PUMP PRINTER          E 100-53311-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
  4/17/2009    045773    ZTEC SYSTEMS                         $15.00   REPAIR FUEL PUMP PRINTER          E 100-52200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
  4/21/2009    045774    BORKOWSKI, PAT                      $125.00   SENIOR PROGRAM                    E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
  4/21/2009    045775    EXHIBIT PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIE    $1,325.00   MONUMENT SIGN-DEPOSIT             E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/21/2009    045776    WAUKESHA COUNTY PARKS-SWIM         -$110.00   22 SWIM STUDENTS-MENOMONEE PARK   R 250-000-48900 Miscellaneous Income
  4/21/2009    045776    WAUKESHA COUNTY PARKS-SWIM          $550.00   22 SWIM STUDENTS-MENOMONEE PARK   G 250-23450 Swimming Payments
  4/21/2009    045777    WAUKESHA STATE & THALKE           $1,500.00   2ND HALF H.S.A.                   E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
  4/23/2009    045778    U.S. POSTMASTER                     $241.67   1ST UTILITY BILL POSTAGE          E 640-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/23/2009    045778    U.S. POSTMASTER                     $241.68   1ST UTILITY BILL POSTAGE          E 620-53610-100-215 Accountant
  4/23/2009    045778    U.S. POSTMASTER                     $241.68   1ST UTILITY BILL POSTAGE          E 610-53700-000-903 Accounting Supplies &
  4/30/2009    045779    ABT, CHARLOTTE                      $125.00   DEPOSIT REFUND                    G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
  4/30/2009    045780    AMERICAN LITHO                    $2,141.00   SUMMER REC BROCHURES              E 250-55350-000-326 Printing & Publishing
  4/30/2009    045781    AMERICAN RED CROSS                  $735.00   BABYSITTERS TRAINING              E 250-55350-745-140 Program Instructors
  4/30/2009    045782    APPLIED MECHANICAL INC              $600.00   SENSYS GAS REGULATOR              E 100-52200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
  4/30/2009    045783    AT&T                                 $21.52   CONCESSION STAND                  E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
AGENDA
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 Check/Recei
      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                      Amount Comments                                Account Descr
     Date
  4/30/2009    045784    BADGER METER, INC.                $212.81   2 - 1" ORION R40                    G 610-19346 Meters--Water
  4/30/2009    045784    BADGER METER, INC.                $425.29   4 - 1" ORION R70                    G 610-19346 Meters--Water
  4/30/2009    045784    BADGER METER, INC.                $112.77   1 - 1 1/2" ORION R120               G 610-19346 Meters--Water
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY                 $660.00   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY               $1,973.20   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY               $2,380.80   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY                 $181.92   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY                 $783.48   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY               $1,304.96   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY               $1,025.96   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY               $2,446.20   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045785    BADGERLAND SUPPLY               $2,743.48   STEEL STUDS, DRYWALL & INSULATION   E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045786    BENDLIN FIRE EQUIPMENT CO.         $41.80   REPAIR AIR CYLINDER                 E 100-52200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
  4/30/2009    045787    BEVERAGE CONSULTANTS              $123.00   SODA - MACHINE                      G 100-13800 Other Receivables
  4/30/2009    045788    BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC            $715.77   SUPPLIES                            E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
  4/30/2009    045789    BRATZKE, TARA OR MATT              $25.00   RFUND HIP HOP                       R 250-810-46710 Registration Fees
  4/30/2009    045790    BUTT, ANDREW OR NICOLE             $30.00   REFUND HIP HOP                      R 250-810-46710 Registration Fees
  4/30/2009    045791    CITY OF DELAFIELD               $2,200.00   MARCH PARAMEDIC INTERCEPT FEES      E 100-52200-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $20.21   SUPPLIES                            E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $37.06   SUPPLIES                            E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                   $9.43   SUPPLIES                            E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                   $3.37   SUPPLIES                            E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $13.48   SUPPLIES                            E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                   $3.37   SUPPLIES                            E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $20.21   SUPPLIES                            E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                   $3.37   SUPPLIES                            E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $10.11   SUPPLIES                            E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $256.12   SUPPLIES                            E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                   $4.04   SUPPLIES                            E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045792    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $10.11   SUPPLIES                            E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
  4/30/2009    045793    CUSTOM DESIGN CABINETRY         $5,388.60   CASEWORK, P-LAM, ETC.               E 410-57210-000-490 Other Building Materials
  4/30/2009    045794    DAB                               $630.83   MAR AMB COLLECTIONS                 E 100-51510-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/30/2009    045795    DUST FREE                         $237.00   APRIL CLEANING SERV                 E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/30/2009    045795    DUST FREE                         $992.75   APRIL CLEANING SERV                 E 100-51600-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/30/2009    045795    DUST FREE                         $128.37   SUPPLIES                            E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/30/2009    045796    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER     $195.60   DIESEL                              G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
  4/30/2009    045796    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER     $529.66   GASOLINE                            G 100-16110 Inventory
  4/30/2009    045796    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER     $112.14   DIESEL                              E 100-55200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
  4/30/2009    045797    ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE -54TH      $249.27   TESTING                             E 620-53610-300-420 Lab Supplies--Treatment
  4/30/2009    045797    ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE -54TH      $220.97   TESTING                             E 620-53610-300-420 Lab Supplies--Treatment
  4/30/2009    045798    EXCEL LD                           $11.13   PHONE                               E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/30/2009    045798    EXCEL LD                           $19.05   PHONE                               E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/30/2009    045799    FIRESIDE, INC.                     $45.00   DEP 9/18 SENIOR TRIP                E 250-54600-000-404 Senior Trips
  4/30/2009    045800    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.            $22.00   CARBON DIOXIDE                      E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/30/2009    045800    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.           $128.80   OXYGEN                              E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
  4/30/2009    045801    FRONTIER FS COOPERATIVE         $1,567.50   GREENYARD GRAND SLAM                E 100-55200-000-391 Baseball Diamonds
  4/30/2009    045802    GREGORSKI FAMILY PROP INC.         $98.99   TAX OVERAGE                         G 100-21910 Tax Check Change
  4/30/2009    045803    HAAS, FRED                        $125.00   DEPOSIT REFUND                      G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
  4/30/2009    045804    HEIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO            $60.10   LIGHTS                              E 610-53700-000-935 Maint--Genl Plant &
AGENDA
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 Check/Recei
      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                     Amount Comments                           Account Descr
     Date
  4/30/2009    045805    ILLINGWORTH                     $647.57   NEW VENT PIPE, THERMOSTAT       E 101-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/30/2009    045806    KELBEL, PAM                      $45.00   REFUND BEADS & BOBBLES          R 250-717-46710 Registration Fees
  4/30/2009    045807    KELLEY, MICHAEL                 $100.00   REFUND PARK DEPOSIT             G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
  4/30/2009    045807    KELLEY, MICHAEL                 -$25.00   ADMIN FEE                       R 100-999-48210 Park Rent
  4/30/2009    045808    KRUEGER, TAMMY                   $30.00   REFUND HIP HOP                  R 250-810-46710 Registration Fees
  4/30/2009    045809    KUBILIUTE, RENATA                $42.00   REFUND BELLY DANCING            R 250-601-46710 Registration Fees
  4/30/2009    045810    LAKE COUNTRY PUBLICATIONS        $56.84   PUBLISHING                      E 100-51440-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045810    LAKE COUNTRY PUBLICATIONS        $85.07   PUBLISHING                      E 100-51490-000-326 Printing & Publishing
  4/30/2009    045811    LOVRINE, MICHAEL                 $59.75   SCBA REPAIRS                    E 100-52200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
  4/30/2009    045811    LOVRINE, MICHAEL                 $19.11   POPCORN                         E 100-52200-000-350 Good & Welfare
  4/30/2009    045811    LOVRINE, MICHAEL                 $52.63   SUPPLIES                        E 100-52200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/30/2009    045812    M&I BANK- CREDIT CARD           $207.92   TOOLS                           E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/30/2009    045812    M&I BANK- CREDIT CARD            $49.88   SB ROUTER                       E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/30/2009    045812    M&I BANK- CREDIT CARD           $936.99   DUPLEX SCANNER                  E 100-57190-000-810 Equipment
  4/30/2009    045812    M&I BANK- CREDIT CARD           $396.00   CONF HOTEL                      E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
  4/30/2009    045813    MARTIN, THOMAS O.               $260.59   CONF EXP                        E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045814    MENARDS - GERMANTOWN             $65.64   SHOVELS, TOTE                   E 100-53311-000-348 Tools
  4/30/2009    045814    MENARDS - GERMANTOWN             $52.96   POST                            E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
  4/30/2009    045815    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE              $191.50   PHILIP BITS, DRILL              E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/30/2009    045815    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                $7.91   RAIN CAP                        E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/30/2009    045815    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE               $10.30   PIPE HANGERS                    E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $15.26   LIFE INS                        E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                       $3.82   LIFE INS                        E 710-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $13.77   LIFE INS                        E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $69.59   LIFE INS                        G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $16.53   LIFE INS                        E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $16.93   LIFE INS                        E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $33.04   LIFE INS                        E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $46.78   LIFE INS                        E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $14.85   LIFE INS                        E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $16.68   LIFE INS                        E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $82.80   LIFE INS                        E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $68.12   LIFE INS                        E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
  4/30/2009    045816    METLIFE SBC                      $28.69   LIFE INS                        E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045817    MILLER BRADFORD & RISBERG INC   $770.00   BOMAG RENTAL                    E 100-55200-000-402 Soccer Fields
  4/30/2009    045818    MUDLER, PATRICIA                $125.00   DEPOSIT REFUND                  G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
  4/30/2009    045819    NASSCO INC.                     $137.04   SUPPLIES                        E 100-52200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/30/2009    045820    NEU'S BUILDING CENTER, INC.      $89.95   DRILL                           E 100-53311-000-348 Tools
  4/30/2009    045821    OELHAFEN, TIFFANY                $54.00   REFUND VENETIAN CARNIVAL MASK   R 250-717-46710 Registration Fees
  4/30/2009    045822    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.       $79.00   #7767 MAINT CONTRACT            E 250-51421-000-810 Equipment
  4/30/2009    045822    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.       $78.97   COPY COSTS                      E 250-51421-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045822    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.       $12.56   COPY COSTS #2748                E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045823    ORTH, JOAN                       $39.00   REFUND BELLY DANCING            R 250-601-46710 Registration Fees
  4/30/2009    045824    OTIS ELEVATOR CO.               $286.74   SERVICE CONTRACT                E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
  4/30/2009    045825    POMPS TIRES                     $396.00   TIRES FOR PICK UP               E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                   $76.42   POSTAGE                         E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                   $25.47   POSTAGE                         E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                   $76.42   POSTAGE                         E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                  $152.85   POSTAGE                         E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
AGENDA
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 Check/Recei
      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                             Account Descr
     Date
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                      $101.90   POSTAGE                          E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                       $25.47   POSTAGE                          E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                      $152.85   POSTAGE                          E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                       $71.33   POSTAGE                          E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                       $30.57   POSTAGE                          E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                       $25.47   POSTAGE                          E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045826    PURCHASE POWER                      $280.24   POSTAGE                          E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045827    PVS TECHNOLOGIES INC.             $7,073.32   FERRIC CHLORIDE                  E 620-53610-300-411 Phosphorus Removal
  4/30/2009    045828    SACKETT, MEGAN L                     $25.88   BUNNY LUNCH EXP                  E 250-55202-000-403 Special Events
  4/30/2009    045829    SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT INC.            $239.00   TRIMMER                          E 100-55200-000-348 Tools
  4/30/2009    045830    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC              $197.00   TESTING                          E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
  4/30/2009    045830    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC              $358.75   TESTING                          E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
  4/30/2009    045830    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC              $604.75   TESTING                          E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
  4/30/2009    045831    SMITH, JEREMY                        $18.43   MILEAGE                          E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
  4/30/2009    045831    SMITH, JEREMY                        $33.11   SAFETY TRAINING EXP              E 100-51410-000-180 Human Resources
  4/30/2009    045831    SMITH, JEREMY                        $18.43   MILEAGE                          E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
  4/30/2009    045831    SMITH, JEREMY                        $36.84   MILEAGE                          E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045831    SMITH, JEREMY                        $30.00   SAFETY BLDG EXP                  E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045832    STAFF ELECTRIC CO., INC.          $1,004.13   REPAIR GRAVITY FEEDER            E 620-53610-300-245 Maint--Trmt & Disposal
  4/30/2009    045833    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                 $30.23   ROADRUNNER                       E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/30/2009    045833    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                 $53.99   ROADRUNNER                       E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/30/2009    045833    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                 $32.39   ROADRUNNER                       E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
  4/30/2009    045833    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                 $32.39   ROADRUNNER                       E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
  4/30/2009    045833    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                 $21.60   ROADRUNNER                       E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/30/2009    045833    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                 $23.75   ROADRUNNER                       E 100-51510-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/30/2009    045833    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH                 $21.60   ROADRUNNER                       E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $2,565.10   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $416.44   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $396.09   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 250-55350-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,467.11   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,773.74   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $2,984.29   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,515.04   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $713.32   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $510.36   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $868.54   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $220.41   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 710-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $6,201.20   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $2,909.63   HEALTH INS #0436264              G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
  4/30/2009    045834    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $5,465.85   HEALTH INS #0436264              E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
  4/30/2009    045835    USA BLUE BOOK                        $83.93   RELAY W/TOGGLE                   E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/30/2009    045835    USA BLUE BOOK                       -$73.95   RETURN                           E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
  4/30/2009    045836    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,     -$169.31   APRIL SERVICES                   R 100-000-46435 Other Recycling Revenue
  4/30/2009    045836    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,    $7,932.66   APRIL SERVICES                   E 100-53635-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/30/2009    045836    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,   $24,125.10   APRIL SERVICES                   E 100-53620-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/30/2009    045837    VERIZON WIRELESS                     $46.12   AMB CELL PHONES                  E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
  4/30/2009    045838    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148          $2,735.39   1ST QTR TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES   E 100-52100-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/30/2009    045838    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148            $228.00   PRISONER HOUSING                 E 100-52100-000-290 Contractual Fees
  4/30/2009    045838    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148          $4,797.35   1ST QTR POLICE OT                E 100-52100-000-290 Contractual Fees
AGENDA
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      pt       CHECK #   Search Name                           Amount Comments                     Account Descr
     Date
  4/30/2009    045839    WE ENERGIES                           $411.30    ELECTRIC                 E 610-53700-000-641 Operation Supplies &
  4/30/2009    045839    WE ENERGIES                         $9,794.72    ELECTRIC                 E 610-53700-000-952 Pumping-Power
  4/30/2009    045839    WE ENERGIES                        $10,296.21    ELECTRIC                 E 100-53420-000-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/30/2009    045840    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                 $11.05    ELECTRIC                 E 100-52900-000-001 Emergency
  4/30/2009    045840    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                 $27.26    ELECTRIC                 E 100-52900-000-001 Emergency
  4/30/2009    045840    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                  $8.24    ELECTRIC                 E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/30/2009    045840    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                $228.91    ELECTRIC                 E 100-51600-000-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/30/2009    045840    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                  $5.65    ELECTRIC                 R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
  4/30/2009    045840    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC              $2,709.52    ELECTRIC                 E 610-53700-000-952 Pumping-Power
  4/30/2009    045840    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                 $17.77    ELECTRIC                 E 100-52900-000-001 Emergency
  4/30/2009    045841    WE ENERGIES - GAS                     $521.20    GAS                      E 100-51600-000-222 Utilities--Heat
  4/30/2009    045841    WE ENERGIES - GAS                      $44.21    GAS                      E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
  4/30/2009    045841    WE ENERGIES - GAS                     $345.62    GAS                      E 100-51600-000-222 Utilities--Heat
  4/30/2009    045841    WE ENERGIES - GAS                     $550.89    GAS                      E 100-52200-000-222 Utilities--Heat
  4/30/2009    045841    WE ENERGIES - GAS                     $113.83    GAS                      E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
  4/30/2009    045841    WE ENERGIES - GAS                       $8.96    GAS                      E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
  4/30/2009    045842    WHALEN, NANCY A.                       $21.96    CARDS                    E 100-51410-000-180 Human Resources
  4/30/2009    045843    WI CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSN         $50.00    CONF REGISTRATION        E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
  4/30/2009    045843    WI CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSN         $50.00    CONF REGISTRATION        E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
  4/30/2009    045843    WI CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSN        $100.00    CONF REGISTRATION        E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045844    WI COACH LINES, INC.                  $625.00    5/19 SENIOR TRIP         E 250-54600-000-404 Senior Trips
  4/30/2009    045845    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                     $10.00    BACKGROUND CHECKS        R 100-000-44110 Liquor & Malt Beverages
  4/30/2009    045845    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                     $15.00    BACKGROUND CHECKS        R 100-000-44124 Peddler's Licenses
  4/30/2009    045845    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                      $5.00    BACKGROUND CHECKS        E 250-55350-000-390 Expenses
  4/30/2009    045845    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                     $50.00    BACKGROUND CHECKS        R 100-000-44120 Operator's Licenses
  4/30/2009    045845    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                     $20.00    BACKGROUND CHECKS        R 100-000-44120 Operator's Licenses
  4/30/2009    045846    WI LAKE & POND RESOURCE LLC           $460.00    FOUNTAIN MAINT           E 640-53650-000-234 Maint--Catch Basins
  4/30/2009    045847    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-WAUK          $21.93    TIRE FLAT REPAIR         E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
  4/30/2009    045848    ZIMMERMAN, WILLIAM                    $244.79    REFUND AMB OVERPAYMENT   G 100-13100 Ambulance Receivables
                                                          $2,017,494.35
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    Failure to pay on time              If your tax bill qualifies and if you choose to pay your taxes in installments, then you must pay
                                        each installment on or before 5 working days after the due date or the TOTAL amount of your
                                        remaining unpaid taxes, special assessments, special charges and special taxes (if any) will be
                                        delinquent (s. 74.11 (7) or 74.12 & 74.87, Wis. Stats.) All delinquent taxes are subject to interest
                                        of 1% per month (fraction of a month counts as a whole month) from February 1 until paid, and
                                        in addition, may be subject to an additional penalty. (s. 74.47) The payment must be received by
                                        the treasurer within 5 working days of the due date. Due to variations in mail delivery you may
                                        want to pay the installment in person to the municipal or county treasurer on or before 5 working
                                        days after the due date.

   Persona! Property                    Personal property taxes, except improvements on leased land, shall be paid in full on or before
                                        5 working days after January 31 or taxes are delinquent.

   Receipts                             Present a copy of this tax bill or payment stub when paying taxes or enclose it with your check. If
                                        you are requesting a receipt, please enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. If payment
                                        is made by check, tax receipt is not valid until checi< has cleared all banks.

   Est. Fair Mkt.                       ESTIMATED FAIR MARKET VALUE. In addition to the assessed value, Wisconsin law requires
                                        that your taxation district show the estimated fair market value of taxable property on property
                                        tax bills. This estimated fair market value reflects the approximate market value of your property
                                        as of January 1 of the year shown at the top of this bill. (See also: Use Value Assessment)

   Use Value                            Wisconsin law does not require that the estimated fair market value be shown for agricultural
   Assessment                           land. Any parcel benefiting from use value assessment may be subject to a penalty under Wis.
                                        Statute 74.485 if the use of the parcel changes. If you would like more information, contact your
                                        local assessor or the Department of Revenue, PO Box 8971, Madison WI 53708-8971.

   Additional tax                       Certain Wisconsin property owners and renters may qualify for additional tax credits and/or
   credits available                    state assistance in paying their property taxes under special programs administered by the
                                        Wisconsin Department of Revenue and the Department of Agriculture. Some income and residency
                                        restrictions apply. You may obtain information about these programs by writing to:

                                        Homestead Credit              - Wisconsin Department of Revenue; Box 8949; Madison WI 53708-8949
                                        Farmland Preservation Credit - Wisconsin Department of Agriculture; Box 8911; Madison WI
                                        53708-8911
                                        Property Tax Deferral Loans
                                         for the Elderly              - WHEDA; Box 1728, Madison WI 53701-1728
                                        On income Tax Returns
                                         School Property Tax Credit   - Wisconsin Department of Revenue; Box 8949; Madison WI 53708-8949
                                         Farmland Tax Relief Credit   - Wisconsin Department of Revenue; Box 8949; Madison WI 53708-8949
                                        Lottery and Gaming Credit     - Wisconsin Department of Revenue; Box 8971; Madison WI 53708-8971
                                        First Dollar Credit           - Wisconsin Department of Revenue; Box 8971; Madison WI 53708-8971

   Send payments to:                    Pay your property taxes to the proper treasurer as identified on the front of this i:ax bill.
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                                       RESOLUTION NO. 09-_____

                               RESOLUTION TO REFUND TAXES
                             DUE TO 2007-2008 EXECUTIVE BUDGET
                             QUAD-GRAPHICS PERSONAL PROPERTY

         WHEREAS: The Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission for the State of Wisconsin has
                  determined that the assessment made of the Quad-Graphics personal
                  property as of January 1, 2006 was in error, for one or more of the reasons
                  described in Section 74.33(1), Wisconsin Statutes; and

         WHEREAS: Based upon the Quad-Graphic/Wisconsin Department of Revenue
                  Settlement Stipulation (copy attached) the Wisconsin Tax Appeals
                  Commission’s Order on this matter, in accord with the assessment
                  methods which conform to statutory requirements and which are outlined
                  in the Wisconsin Assessment of Personal Property, the Wisconsin Tax
                  Appeals Commission has concluded that the assessed value of the subject
                  property on January 1, 2006 was $10,640,900, which is $15,424,900 less
                  than shown on the tax roll; and

         WHEREAS: The Village Board, the governing body of the taxation district, finds that
                  the assessment of the Quad-Graphics personal property for the year 2006:

                      contained a clerical error in the description of the property or in the
                       computation of the tax;

                      included real property improvements that did not exist on January 1;

                ■      is exempt from taxation (per Section 1935d, 2007 Senate Bill 40, 2007
                       WISCONSIN ACT 20);

                      is not located in the taxation district;

                      was double assessed;

                      contained arithmetic, transpositional or similar error;

                       and therefore the governing body may rescind the part of the general
                       property tax which was assessed in error in accordance with Wisconsin
                       Statutes Section 74.33(1)(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), or (f); and

         WHEREAS: the difference in assessed value, multiplied by the year 2006 mill rate for
                  the Municipality results in an amount that should be rescinded in the
                  amount of $$259,606.03; and
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         WHEREAS: Upon the Settlement Stipulation recommendation, the property owner has
                  already paid the tax in the incorrect amount, as though the amount
                  assessed in error had not already been rescinded, and therefore there shall
                  be a refund of taxes paid by the property owner, to the property owner
                  arising out of this resolution.

         WHEREAS: Quad-Graphics and the Village of Sussex have reach an agreement based
         on Quad-Graphics’ letter dated April 29, 2009 which refunds the amount to be refunded
         in two installments, the first being within 30 days of the letter and the second by
         September 15, 2009.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the governing body of the Municipality,
         Waukesha County, Wisconsin, that property tax for the year 2008 for said property is
         rescinded in the amount of $259,606.03.

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Village staff shall arrange for the refund
         payments as stipulated in the letter from Andrew R. Schiesl dated April 29, 2009.

         Dated this ______ day of _____________, 2009.



                                                     _________________________________
                                                     Village President



         ATTEST: ______________________________
                 Village Clerk

         Tax Key No. SUXV PQ001
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                                                 Village of Sussex
                                        Identity Theft Prevention Program


         Purpose

         The Village of Sussex ("Village") is committed to providing all aspects of our service and conducting our
         business operations in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. This policy sets forth our
         commitment to compliance with those standards established by the Federal Trade Commission under the
         Identity Theft Red Flags and Address Discrepancies under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act
         of 2003 (“the Red Flag Rules”), at 16 C. F. R. § 681.2, regarding the establishment of a written Identity
         Theft Prevention Program (“Program”) that is designed to detect, prevent, and mitigate identity theft in
         connection with the opening of a covered account or any existing covered account. This Program was
         developed with oversight and approval of the Village Board of Trustees. After consideration of the size
         and complexity of the Village’s operations and account systems, and the nature and scope of the Village’s
         activities, the Village Board of Trustees determined that this Program was appropriate for the Village, and
         therefore approved this Program on May XX, 2009.

         Scope

         This program contains policies and procedures designed to:
              alert employees when new or existing utility billing accounts are opened using false information;
              protect against the establishment of false accounts’
              provide methods to ensure existing accounts were not opened using false information; and
              provide measures to respond to such events.

         It also contains policies and procedures for the periodic identification of covered accounts and for the
         general administration of the program. This program addresses our general approach to compliance with
         the Red Flag Rules. As a “creditor” with “covered accounts” under the Red Flag Rules, the Village of
         Sussex is required to:
               Periodically identify covered accounts;
               Establish a written Identity Theft Prevention Program; and
               Administer the Identity Theft Prevention Program.

         Definitions

             a) “Account” means a continuing relationship established by a person with the Village of Sussex to
                obtain services for personal, family, household or business purposes and includes an extension
                of credit, such as the purchase or services involving a deferred payment.
             b) “Covered account” means:
                      an account that the Village of Sussex offers or maintains, primarily for personal, family or
                          household purposes, that involves multiple payments or transactions; and
                      Any other account the Village offers or maintains for which there is a reasonably
                          foreseeable risk to customers or to the safety and soundness of the Village from Identity
                          Theft.
             c) “Identity theft” means a fraud committed or attempted using the identifying information of
                another person without authority.
             d) “Identifying information” means any name or number that may be used, alone or in conjunction
                with any other information, to identify a specific person including: name, address, telephone
                number, social security number, date of birth, bank account number, driver’s license number, etc.
             e) “Red Flag” means a pattern, practice, or specific activity that indicates the possible existence of
                identity theft.
             f) “Creditor” means any finance company, automobile dealer, mortgage broker, utility company,
                non-profit or government entity that defers payment for goods or services.
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         Procedure

            1. Identify Covered Accounts
               The Village of Sussex will annually determine whether it offers or maintains covered accounts
               and shall document that determination.
            2. Conduct an Annual Risk Assessment
               The Village of Sussex has conducted an internal risk assessment to evaluate how at risk the
               current procedures are at allowing customers to create a fraudulent account and evaluate if
               current (existing) accounts are being manipulated. This risk assessment evaluated how new
               accounts were opened and the methods used to access the account information.

                        New accounts opened in person
                        Account information accessed in person
                        Account information accessed via telephone call
                        Prior experience with identity theft
                        Methods used to start automatic payment for utility accounts
                        Methods used to discontinue automatic payment for utility accounts

               Using this information the Village was able to identify red flags that were appropriate to prevent
               identity theft.
            3. Identify Red Flags
               The Village of Sussex adopts the following red flags to detect potential fraud. These are not
               intended to be all-inclusive and other suspicious activity may be investigated as necessary.
                    Personal identifying information is identified by third-party sources as having been
                         associated with known fraudulent activity;
                    Mail correspondence sent to the provided address is returned and mail is returned
                         despite continued activity in the account;
                    Notification of the Village of Sussex or an unauthorized transaction by the resident;
                    Notification of the Village of Sussex by resident, a law enforcement authority, or other
                         person that it has opened a fraudulent account;
                    Information provided by the applicant is inconsistent with information on file;
                    Personal information provided is inconsistent with information on file for a resident;
                    Identity theft is reported or discovered;
                    Unauthorized access to a covered account by personnel;
                    A computer virus or suspicious computer program

            4. Response to Detected Red Flags
               Any employee that may suspect fraud or detect a red flag will implement the following response
               as applicable. All detections or suspicious red flags shall be reported to the senior management
               official.
                     Ask applicant for additional documentation
                     Notify internal manager: Any employee who becomes aware of a suspected or actual
                         fraudulent use of a customer or potential customer’s identity must notify the Finance
                         Director.
                     Notify law enforcement: The Village will notify the Waukesha Sheriff’s Department at
                         (262) 446-5070 of any attempted or actual identity theft.
                     Do not open the account.
                     Close the account.
                     Do not attempt to collect against the account but notify authorities.




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             5. Personal Information Security Procedures
                While not required by the Federal Trade Commission’s “Identity Theft Red Flags Rule”, the
                Village of Sussex adopts the following security procedures to protect personal information of all
                types that is within the Village’s possession:
                      Paper documents, files, and electronic media containing secure information will be stored
                         in locked file cabinets.
                      Only specifically identified employees with a legitimate need will have keys to the locked
                         cabinets.
                      Files containing personally identifiable information are kept in locked file cabinets except
                         when an employee is working on the file.
                      Employees will not leave sensitive papers out on their desks when they are away from
                         their workstations.
                      Employees store files when leaving their work areas.
                      Employees log off their computers when leaving their work areas.
                      Employees lock file cabinets when leaving their work areas.
                      Any sensitive information shipped will be shipped using a shipping service that allows
                         tracking of the delivery of this information.
                      Sensitive information that is sent to third parties over public networks will be encrypted.
                      E-mail transmissions within the village will be encrypted if they contain personally
                         identifying information.
                      Laptop users will not store sensitive information on their laptops.
                      Employees never leave a laptop visible in a car, at a hotel luggage stand, or packed in
                         checked luggage.
                      The computer network will have a firewall where the network connects to the internet.
                      Paper records will be shredded before being placed into the trash.


         Program Updates

         The program administrator will periodically review and update this program to reflect changes in risks to
         customers and the soundness of the Village of Sussex from identity theft. In doing so, the program
         Administrator will consider the Village’s experiences with identity theft situations, changes in identity theft
         methods, changes in identity theft detection and prevention methods, and changes in the Village’s
         business arrangements with other entities. After considering these factors, the program administrator will
         determine whether changes to the program, including the listing of red flags, are warranted. If warranted,
         the program administrator will update the program or present the Village Board with his or her
         recommended changes and the Village Board will make a determination of whether to accept, modify or
         reject those changes to the program.

         Program Administration.

         1. Oversight
             Responsibility for developing, implementing and updating this program lies with the Village Finance
             Director. The Finance Director will be responsible for the program administration, for ensuring
             appropriate training of Village staff on the program, for reviewing any staff reports regarding the
             detection of red flags and the steps for preventing and mitigating identity theft, determining which
             steps of prevention and mitigation should be taken in particular circumstances and considering
             periodic changes to the program.

         2. Staff Training and Reports
             Village staff responsible for implementing the program shall be trained either by or under the direction
             of the Finance Director in the detection of red flags, and the responsive steps to be taken when a red
             flag is detected.




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         3. Non-disclosure of Specific Practices
             For the effectiveness of this identity theft prevention program, knowledge about specific red flag
             identification, detection, mitigation and prevention practices must be limited to the Finance Director
             who developed this program and to those employees with a need to know them. Any documents that
             may have been produced or are produced in order to develop or implement this program that list or
             describe such specific practices and the information those documents contain are considered
             unavailable to the public because disclosure of them would be likely to substantially jeopardize the
             security of information against improper use, that use being to circumvent the Village’s identity theft
             prevention efforts in order to facilitate the commission of identity theft.

         This plan has been reviewed and adopted by the Village Board. Appropriate employees have been
         trained on the contents and procedures of this Identity Theft Prevention Program.

         A report will be prepared annually and submitted to the Village Board to include matter related to the
         program, the effectiveness of the policies and procedures, a summary of any identity theft incidents and
         the response to the incident, and recommendations for substantial changes to the program if any.




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                                         Village of Sussex Fire Department
                                         Identity Theft Prevention Program

         Purpose

                The Village of Sussex Fire Department is committed to providing all aspects of our service
         and conducting our business operations in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. This
         policy sets forth our commitment to compliance with those standards established by the Federal
         Trade Commission under the Identity Theft Red Flags and Address Discrepancies under the Fair
         and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003 ("the Red Flag Rules") at 16 C.F.R. §681.2, regarding
         the establishment of a written Identity Theft Prevention Program ("Program") that is designed to
         detect, prevent, and mitigate identity theft in connection with the opening of a covered account or
         any existing covered account.

         Scope

                 This Program contains policies and procedures designed to identify, detect and respond
         appropriately to "Red Flags" for identity theft. It also contains policies and procedures for the periodic
         identification of covered accounts and for the general administration of the Program. This Program
         addresses our general approach to compliance with the Red Flag Rules. As a "creditor" with
         "covered accounts" under the Red Flag Rules, the Village of Sussex Fire Department is required
         to:

                      Periodically identify covered accounts;
                      Establish a written Identity Theft Prevention Program; and
                      Administer the Identity Theft Prevention Program.

         Definitions

                 (a)       "Account" means a continuing relationship established by a person with the Village
                          of Sussex Fire Department to obtain services for personal, family, household or
                          business purposes and includes an extension of credit, such as the purchase or
                          services involving a deferred payment.

                 (b)      "Covered account" means:

                             (i) An account that the Village of Sussex Fire Department offers or maintains,
                                 primarily for personal, family, or household purposes, that involves or is
                                 designed to permit multiple payments or transactions; and
                             (i) Any other account that the Village of Sussex Fire Department offers or
                                 maintains for which there is a reasonably foreseeable risk to individuals or to
                                 the safety and soundness of the Village of Sussex Fire Department from
                                 identity theft, including financial, operational, compliance, reputation, or
                                 litigation risks.

                 (c)     "Identity theft" means a fraud committed or attempted using the identifying information
                         of another person without authority.
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               (d)   "Identifying information" means any name or number that may be used, alone or in
                     conjunction with any other information, to identify a specific person, including any:

                     (i)    Name, social security number, date of birth, official state or government issued
                            driver's license or identification number, alien registration number, government
                            passport number or employer or taxpayer identification number;

                     (ii) Unique biometric data, such as fingerprint, voice print, retina or. iris image, or
                          other unique physical representation;

                     (iii) Unique electronic identification number, address, or routing code; or

                     (iv) Telecommunication identifying information or access device (as those terms are
                          defined in 18 U.S.C. §1029(e)).

                     (v) Medicare number.

                     (vi) Health care claim number.


               (e)   "Program" means this written Identity Theft Prevention Program developed and
                     implemented by the Village of Sussex Fire Department.

               (f)   "Red Flag" means a pattern, practice, or specific activity that indicates the possible
                     existence of identity theft.

               (g)   "Service provider" means a person who provides a service directly to the Village of
                     Sussex Fire Department and includes third party billing companies and other
                     organizations that perform service in connection with the Village of Sussex Fire
                     Department's covered accounts.
         Procedure

          1.   Identify Covered Accounts

               (a)   The Village of Sussex Fire Department will annually determine whether it offers or
                     maintains covered accounts (see definition of "covered account" in this Program) and
                     shall document that determination.

               (b)    As part of this annual identification of covered accounts, the Village of Sussex Fire
                      Department shall conduct an annual risk assessment of its accounts to determine
                      whether it offers or maintains accounts that carry a reasonably foreseeable risk to
                      patients or to the safety and soundness of the Village of Sussex Fire Department
                      from identity theft, including financial, operational, compliance, reputation, or litigation
                      risks. In determining whether the Village of Sussex Fire Department offers or
                      maintains such accounts, the Village of Sussex Fire Department will conduct an
                      annual risk assessment that takes into consideration:

                     (i)    The methods it uses to open its accounts;

                     (ii)   The methods it uses to access its accounts; and
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                    (iii)   Its previous experiences with identity theft.

              (c)    The annual identification of covered accounts should ideally be conducted by an
                     evaluation or audit team acting under the direction and control of the board or other
                     individual in charge of Program administration.

         2.   Identify Red Flags

              (a)    Once the Village of Sussex Fire Department has identified its covered accounts, it
                     shall identify Red Flags (see definition in this Program) for those accounts. This shall
                     be conducted on an annual basis in conjunction with the Village of Sussex Fire
                     Department's identification of covered accounts. The Village of Sussex Fire
                     Department will also identify red flags as they arise and incorporate them into this
                     Program.

              (b)   The Village of Sussex Fire Department shall consider the following factors in
                    identifying relevant Red Flags for covered accounts, as appropriate:

                    (i)     The types of covered accounts it offers or maintains;

                    (ii)    The methods it provides to open its covered accounts;

                    (iii)   The methods it provides to access its covered accounts; and

                    (iv)    Any incidents of identity theft that the Village of Sussex Fire Department has
                            experienced.

              (c)   The Village of Sussex Fire Department shall also consider the examples of Red
                    Flags listed in Supplement A to Appendix A to 16 C.F.R. Part 681. The Program
                    shall include relevant Red Flags from the following categories, as appropriate:

                    (i)     Alerts, notifications, or other warnings received from consumer report agencies
                            or service providers, such as fraud detection services;

                    (ii)    The presentation of suspicious documents;

                    (iii)   The presentation of suspicious personal identifying information, such as a
                            suspicious address change;

                    (iv)    The unusual use of, or other suspicious address change;

                    (v)     Notice from customers, victims of identity theft, law enforcement authorities, or
                            other persons regarding possible identity theft in connection with covered
                            accounts.

              (d)   The Village of Sussex Fire Department shall also incorporate Red Flags from
                    sources such as:

                    (i)     New and changing risks that the Village of Sussex Fire Department has
                            identified; and

                    (ii)    Any applicable supervisory guidance from the FTC or other appropriate sources.
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         (e)   The following are Red Flags identified for the Village of Sussex Fire
               Department's covered accounts as of the most recent update to this Program:

               (i)     Patterns of activity on payment accounts that are inconsistent with prior history;


               (ii)    Increases in the volume of inquiries to an account;

               (iii)   The presentation of information that is inconsistent with other sources, e.g., the
                       address, date of birth, or social security number listed for the patient does not
                       match the address given or is inconsistent with other identifying information
                       provided by the patient;

               (iv)    Personal identifying information is identified by third-party sources as
                       having been associated with known fraudulent activity;

               (v)     Personal identifying information of a type commonly associated with fraudulent
                       activity (e.g., fictitious address, use of mail drop, or phone number that is invalid
                       or associated only with a pager or answering service);

               (vi)    The social security number provided by the patient is a duplicate of that of other
                       patients;

               (vii) The address or telephone numbers given are the same or similar to those of
                     other patients, particularly recent ones;

               (viii) Attempts to access an account by persons who cannot provide
                      authenticating information;

               (ix)    Requests for additional authorized users on an account shortly following
                       change of address;

               (x)     Uses of an account that are inconsistent with established patterns of activity
                       such as: nonpayment when there is no history of late or missed payments;

               (xi)    Nonpayment of the first payment on the account;

               (xii) Inactivity on an account for a reasonably lengthy period of time;

               (xiii) Mail correspondence sent to the provided address is returned and mail is
                      returned despite continued activity in the account;

               (xiv) Notification of the Village of Sussex Fire Department of an unauthorized
                     transaction by the patient;

               (xv) Notification of the Village of Sussex Fire Department by the patient, a law
                    enforcement authority, or other person, that it has opened a fraudulent account;
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         (xvi) A complaint or question from a patient based on the patient's receipt of:

                   1.       A bill for another individual;

                   2.       A bill for a service that the patient denies receiving;

                   3.       A bill from a health care provider that the patient never utilized;

                   4.       A notice of insurance benefits (or Explanation of Benefits) for health
                            services never received; or

                   5.       A patient or insurance company report that coverage for legitimate
                            healthcare service is denied because insurance benefits have been
                            depleted or a lifetime cap has been reached.

         (xvii)         A complaint or question from a patient about information added to a credit
                         report by a health care provider or insurer;

         (xviii)        A dispute of a bill by a patient who claims to be the victim of any type of
                         identity theft;

         (xix)          A patient who has an insurance number but never produces an insurance
                         card or other physical documentation of insurance;

         (xx)           A notice or inquiry from an insurance fraud investigator for a private
                         insurance company or a law enforcement agency;

         (xxi)      A security breach;

         (xxii)         Unauthorized access to a covered account by personnel;

         (xxiii)        Unauthorized downloading of patient files;

         (xxiv) Loss or theft of unencrypted data;

         (xxv)      Inappropriate access of a covered account;

         (xxvi) A computer virus or suspicious computer program;


         (xxvii) Multiple failed log-in attempts on a workstation;

         (xxviii)        Theft of a password;

         (xxix)        The presentation of an insurance card or form of identification that is
                    clearly altered; and

         (xxx)           Lost, stolen, or tampered facility equipment.
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         3.   Detect Red Flags


              (a)   The Village of Sussex Fire Department shall adopt reasonable policies and
                    procedures to address the detection of Red Flags in connection with the opening of
                    covered accounts and existing covered accounts, such as by:

                    (i)   Obtaining identifying information about, and verifying the identity of, a person
                          opening a covered account, and

                    (ii) Authenticating patients, monitoring transactions, and verifying the validity of
                         change of address requests.

              (b)   The following procedures have been adopted by the Village of Sussex Fire
                    Department to address the detection of Red Flags as of the most recent update to
                    this Program:

                    (i)   Suspicious Documents at the Time of Transport: The Village of Sussex Fire
                          Department personnel shall be on the alert for patients who present suspicious
                          documents such as an insurance card or form of identification that appears to
                          have been altered or does not match other information about the patient.
                          Whenever possible, the crew shall attempt to verify the identity of the patient
                          with someone who knows the patient and/or someone who has rendered care to
                          the patient. Personnel shall not delay the provision of care when verifying this
                          information and should obtain this information after the transport when it could
                          delay the provision of care.

                    (ii) ID Verification Before Discussing Patient Account Information or Change of
                          Address: Before discussing any information related to a covered account with
                          any individual, or making a change to address information in a covered
                          account; the Village of Sussex Fire Department personnel shall sufficiently
                          ascertain the identity of the individual.
                            1      If a patient or appropriate representative makes a telephone inquiry
                                   or request regarding a patient account, the Village of Sussex Fire
                                   Department personnel shall require the patient or appropriate
                                   representative of the patient to verify the date of birth, social security
                                   number (or at least the last 4 digits), and address of the patient to
                                   whom the account pertains.

                            2      If the patient or appropriate representative of the patient presents in
                                   person to the business office of the Village of Sussex Fire
                                   Department, s/he shall be required to provide a valid government
                                   issued photo ID in addition to the date of birth, social security number (or
                                   last 4 digits), and address of the patient to whom the account pertains.

                            3      If the patient or appropriate representative of the patient is unable to
                                   provide the necessary information to verify the identity of the patient,
                                   the Village of Sussex Fire Department staff shall make a notation of
                                   the inquiry or address change request in the patient account file and
                                   alert an appropriate supervisor without providing access or honoring the
                                   address change request.
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                    (iii)   Under the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules, the Village of Sussex Fire
                            Department is required to implement policies and procedures regarding the
                            protection of protected health information and to implement administrative,
                            physical and technical safeguards to protect electronic protected health
                            information. The following policies and procedures from the Village of Sussex
                            Fire Department's HIPAA compliance program serve the dual purpose of
                            detecting identity theft in connection with the opening of and existing covered
                            accounts at the Village of Sussex Fire Department and they are hereby
                            incorporated in this Program by reference:

                            (1)    Policy on Patient Access, Amendment and Restriction On Use of
                                   PHI
                            (2)    Policy on Procedure for Request for Amendment to PHI
                            (3)    Policy on Confidentiality and Dissemination of Patient Information and
                                   Staff Member Verification
                            (4)    Policy on Security, Levels of Access and Limiting Disclosure and
                                   Use of PHI
                            (5)    Policy on Use of Computer and Information Systems and
                                   Equipment


         4.   Respond to Red Flags

              (a)       The Village of Sussex Fire Department will respond to Red Flags of which it
                        becomes aware in a manner commensurate with the degree of risk posed by the
                        Red Flag. In determining an appropriate response, the Village of Sussex Fire
                        Department will consider aggravating factors that may heighten the risk of identity
                        theft. For example, notice to the Village of Sussex Fire Department that a patient
                        has provided information to someone fraudulently claiming to represent the Village
                        of Sussex Fire Department may suggest that identity theft is more likely.

              (b)       The Village of Sussex Fire Department shall assess whether the Red Flag
                        detected poses a reasonably foreseeable risk of identity theft and if it does, respond
                        appropriately. If the Village of Sussex Fire Department determines that the Red
                        Flag does not pose a reasonably foreseeable risk of identity theft, it shall have a
                        reasonable basis choosing not to respond to the Red Flag.

              (c)       If any personnel at the Village of Sussex Fire Department believe identity theft has
                        occurred or may be occurring, s/he shall immediately notify a supervisor. The
                        supervisor will contact the designated Red Flag Rule compliance officer who will
                        determine the appropriate response.
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         (d)   Appropriate responses may include the following:

               (i)       Monitoring a covered account for evidence of identity theft;
               (ii)      Contacting the patient;
               (iii)     Changing any passwords, security codes, or other security devices
                         that permit access to a covered account;
               (iv)      Reopening a covered account with a new account number;
               (v)       Not opening a new covered account;
               (vi)      Closing an existing covered account;
               (vii)     Not attempting to collect on a covered account or not selling a covered
                         account to a debt collector;
               (viii)    Notifying law enforcement; or
               (ix)      Determining that no response is warranted under the particular
                         circumstances.

         (e)   Patient Notification: If there is a confirmed incident of identity theft or attempted
               identity theft, the Village of Sussex Fire Department will notify the patient after
               consultation with law enforcement about the timing and the content of such
               notification (to ensure notification does not impede a law enforcement investigation)
               via certified mail. Victims of identity theft will be encouraged to cooperate with law
               enforcement in identifying and prosecuting the suspected identity thief, and will be
               encouraged to complete the FTC Identity Theft Affidavit.

         (f)   Investigation of Suspected Identity Theft: If an individual claims to be a victim of identity
               theft, the Village of Sussex Fire Department will investigate the claim. The following
               guidelines apply:

               (i)      The individual will be instructed to file a police report for identity theft.
               (ii)     The individual will be instructed to complete the ID Theft Affidavit
                        developed by the FTC, including supporting documentation; or an ID theft
                        affidavit recognized under state law.
               (iii)    The individual will be requested to cooperate with comparing his or her
                        personal information with information in the Village of Sussex Fire
                        Department's records.
               (iv)     If following investigation, it appears that the individual has been a victim of
                        identity theft, the Village of Sussex Fire Department will take the following
                        actions:

                        1.   Cease collection on open accounts that resulted from identity theft. If the
                             accounts had been referred to collection agencies or attorneys, the
                             collection agencies/attorneys will be instructed to cease collection
                             activity.
                        2.   Cooperate with any law enforcement investigation relating to the identity
                             theft.
                        3.   If an insurance company, government program or other payor has made
                             payment on the account, the provider will notify the payor and seek
                             instructions to refund the amount paid.
                        4.   If an adverse report had been made to a consumer reporting agency,
                             the provider will notify the agency that the account was not the
                             responsibility of the individual.
AGENDA




                    (v)     If following investigation, it does not appear that the individual has been a
                            victim of identity theft, the Village of Sussex Fire Department or the
                            collection agency will give written notice to the individual that he or she is
                            responsible for payment of the bill. The notice will state the basis for
                            determining that the person claiming to be a victim of identity theft was in fact
                            the patient.

              (g)    Amendment of Records: Patient medical records and payment records must be
                     corrected when identity theft has occurred. This is necessary to ensure that
                     inaccurate health information is not inadvertently relied upon in treating a patient, and
                     that a patient or a third-party payer is not billed for services the patient did not receive.
                     Patient records will be corrected in consultation with the patient and the patient's
                     treating health care provider(s), and in a manner consistent with the Village of
                     Sussex Fire Department's HIPAA policy on amendments to medical records.

              (h)    Disclosure/Unauthorized Access to Unencrypted Data: If there is a disclosure of, or
                     an unauthorized access to, unencrypted computerized data containing a person's first
                     name or first initial and last name and (1) a social security number, (2) driver's license
                     number, or (3) financial account number (including a credit or debit card number),
                     state law governing notification of patients will be followed.

              (i)   The Presentation of Suspicious Documents at the Time of Transport: When a
                    patient presents a suspicious document such as an insurance card or form of
                    identification that is clearly altered or does not match other information about the
                    patient, ambulance personnel shall:

                    1.      Note the nature of the incident and circumstances surrounding the incident in
                            an incident report or other appropriate document so that the claim is "flagged"
                            for review.
                    2.      If possible, attempt to obtain identifying information about the patient from
                            other sources such as individuals who know or have treated the patient.
                    3.      Notify the individual in charge of Red Flag Rules compliance as soon as
                            possible after the transport about the incident and the circumstances
                            surrounding the incident.
                    4.      Before opening a covered account under the name given, the Red Flag
                            Rules compliance officer, or other designated individual, shall make attempts
                            to verify the identity of the patient though any means possible. If it appears the
                            patient has attempted to commit identity theft, the procedures for notification
                            and investigation of the incident (above) shall be followed.

         5.   Update the Program

              (a)   The Village of Sussex Fire Department shall update this Program (including
                    identifying Red Flags determined to be relevant) annually.

              (b)   The update shall reflect changes in risks of identity theft to patients or to the safety
                    and soundness of the Village of Sussex Fire Department's information. The
                    review and update will be based on factors such as:
                    (i)    The experiences of the Village of Sussex Fire Department with identity theft;
                    (ii)  Changes in methods of identity theft;
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                      (iii)   Changes in methods to detect, prevent, and mitigate identity theft;
                      (iv)    Changes in the types of accounts that the Village of Sussex Fire Department
                              offers or maintains; and
                      (v)     Changes in the business arrangements of the Village of Sussex Fire
                              Department, including mergers, acquisitions, alliances, joint ventures, and
                              service provider arrangements.

         6.   Administer the Program

              (a)    Program Oversight: The board of directors shall designate an individual who is in
                     charge of Red Flag Rules compliance. This individual shall be involved in the
                     oversight, development, and implementation and administration of the Program.
                     The individual shall be responsible for:

                     (i)       Implementation of this Program;
                     (ii)     Reporting to the board of directors, or an appropriate designated committee of
                              the board at least annually on compliance by the Village of Sussex Fire
                              Department with this Program. The report shall address material matters
                              related to the Program and evaluate issues such as:

                              1. The effectiveness of the policies and procedures of the Village of
                                 Sussex Fire Department in addressing the risk of identity theft in
                                 connection with the opening of covered accounts and with respect to
                                 existing covered accounts;
                              2. Service provider arrangements;
                              3. Incidents involving identity theft and management's response;
                                 and
                              4. Recommendations for material changes to the Program.

              (b)    After reviewing official annual reports,. the board of directors or appropriate
                     designated committee shall approve changes to this Identity Theft Prevention
                     Program, as necessary.
         7.   Train Employees

               (a)     The Village of Sussex Fire Department will conduct a general training session for
                       all personnel to provide them with a general overview of this Program. All new
                       personnel shall undergo such training during their orientation process.
                       Documentation of training, including copies of all rosters and sign in sheets showing
                       the training dates and the names of attendees, shall be maintained for at least four
                       years.

               (b)    All staff that are responsible for the administration of the Program and staff who
                      regularly deal with covered accounts should be trained on an annual basis.
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         8.   Oversee Service Provider Arrangements

              If the Village of Sussex Fire Department engages a third party to perform an activity in
              connection with one or more covered accounts (e.g., billing companies, collection agencies),
              the Village of Sussex Fire Department will:

              (a)     Review the third party's policies for preventing, detecting, and mitigating identity
                      theft and determine if those policies are acceptable to the Village of Sussex Fire
                      Department; or

              (b)     Require the third party to comply with the applicable terms of this Program
                      through contract or agreement.
AGENDA




                                         Resolution No. _____
                                           Village of Sussex
                           Resolution Adopting Village of Sussex Identity Theft
                                         Prevention Programs

         The Village Board of the Village of Sussex, do hereby adopt, pursuant to the General
                      Corporation Law of Wisconsin, the following resolution:

         WHEREAS:

                (a)   The Village of Sussex finds that identity theft is a serious problem for
                      healthcare providers in the United States;

                (b)    In response to the risks posed by identity theft to consumers and to the
                      financial soundness of businesses, the United States Congress enacted the
                      Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACT Act).

                (c)   The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), along with federal bank regulators,
                      adopted regulations implementing the FACT Act (the Red Flag Rules) that
                      require creditors to adopt a written Identity Theft Prevention Program.

                (d)   The Village of Sussex believes it is a creditor subject to the FTC's Red Flag
                      Rules; and

                (e)   The Village of Sussex has developed two written Identity Theft
                      Prevention Programs (one related to healthcare (ambulance) accounts,
                      and one related to utility billing customers) designed to detect, prevent,
                      and mitigate identity theft.

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

               (1) This board of trustees hereby approves the Identity Theft Prevention
         Programs as attached.

                  (2) Fire Chief, Colin Curtis and Finance Director, Nancy Whalen, are delegated
         responsibility for oversight, ongoing development, implementation, and administration of the
         programs and shall have the responsibility to develop periodic updates to the programs to
         reflect changes in risk to customers and to the safety and soundness of the organization.

         Adopted this _____ day of _______________, 2009.


                                                        ________________________________
                                                        Village President


         ATTEST: ______________________________
                 Clerk-Treasurer
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: Village Board, Finance & Personnel Committee

         From: Nancy Whalen

         Date: May 4, 2009

         RE: Insurance Renewal

         The renewal rates are in and are as follows:

                                      2008/2009   2009/2010
                   Coverage             Rate        Rate      Change             Comments

         General Liability               15,970      15,970      -
         Public Officials Liability       8,299       8,299      -
         Law Enforcement Liab               250         250      -
         Auto Liability                   8,327       8,635      308 One more vehicle
         Auto Physical Damage            11,030      11,206      176 One more vehicle
         Property                        27,799      30,736     2,937 Wrong coverage in prior year
         Crime                              364         364       -
         No Fault Sewer Backup            7,301       7,301       -
         Workers Compensation            44,867      59,627    14,760 Increase in experience modifier

           Total                        124,207     142,388    18,181



         The rate for workers compensation has increased based on our claims
         experience in the past three years. The modifier went from 92% to 126%. For
         the property insurance, the quote we received last year was based on the wrong
         value for the property coverage being submitted from the agent to the company.
         If the correct value had been used in the prior year, the premium would have
         been $31,459 and we would have shown a decrease to this year’s premium.

         The amount that was included in all the budgets (including the Pauline Haass
         Public Library) for 2009 was $127,230. Based on the timing of the installments
         for the insurance payment the amount to be recorded in 2009 will be
         approximately $139,000 or $12,230 over the budget.

				
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