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AGENDA VILLAGE BOARD VILLAGE OF SUSSEX IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE

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									                                                                      N64W23760 Main Street
                                                                      Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                         Phone (262) 246-5200
                                                                          FAX (262) 246-5222
                                                                   Email: wisussex@wi.rr.com
                                                             Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us
                          AGENDA
                       VILLAGE BOARD
                     VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
     IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE PUBLIC HEARINGS AT 7:00 PM
                    TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2008
             SUSSEX VILLAGE HALL – LOWER LEVEL
1.   Roll call.

2.   Pledge of Allegiance.

3.   Consideration and possible action on minutes of the Village Board meeting held
     on June 24, 2008.
4.   Communications
     A.   Village President Report. Report on meetings attended, communication,
          up-coming meetings and special recognitions including Successfully
          Sussex Awards. B. 2008 Trick or Treat

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

     B.      Community Development Authority. Report on discussion and action
             taken at the previous meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming
             scheduled meetings.
             1. Recommendation and possible action on cancellation of sale of Maple
             Avenue Property.

     C.      Finance and Personnel- Report on discussion and action taken at the
             previous meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled meetings.
             1. Recommendation and possible action on June Check Register.
             2. Recommendation and possible action on application for a temporary
             Class "B" Retail License for the Sale of Fermented Malt Beverages to the
             Sussex Lion’s Club for the Sussex Lion’s Club Car Show on August 16,
             2008 in Village Park.
             3. Recommendation and possible action on application for a temporary
             Class "B" Retail License for the Sale of Fermented Malt Beverages &
             Wine to the Sussex Lion’s Club for the Village of Sussex 50th Village Park
             Anniversary Party on August 1 and 2, 2008 in Village Park.
             4. Recommendation and possible action on applications for Combination
             Class "B" Retail License for the Sale of Fermented Malt Beverages &
             Intoxicating Liquors July 23, 2008 to June 30, 2009 to Rookies44 LLC,
     N64W23246 Main St., Sussex, WI 53089. Agent: Allyn Wasley,
     W226N3977 Country Ln., Pewaukee, WI 53072.
     5. Recommendation and possible action on application for Amusement
     Device License for Rookies44 LLC.
     6. Recommendation and possible action on application for Dance License
     for Rookies44 LLC.
     7. Recommendation and possible action on amending the following
     license to allow serving fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors
     on Friday, August 1, 2008 and Saturday, August 2, 2008 to add the Sussex
     Village Park 50th Anniversary Celebration food and beverage area in
     Sussex Village Park, W224N6196 Weaver Drive: Sussex Place Ltd.
     8. Recommendation and possible action on request from Leadership
     Menomonee Falls to support HAWS.


D.   Park Board- Report on discussion and action taken at the previous
     meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled meetings.

E.   Pauline Haass Library Board. Report on discussion and action taken at the
     previous meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled meetings.

F.   Plan Commission. Report on discussion and action taken at the previous
     meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled meetings.
     1. Recommendation of CSM for Lied’s Nursery, Extra Territorial Review
     for the Town of Lisbon (N63W22039 Hwy 74).
     2. Recommendation of Ordinance amending Chapter 18 Land Division
     and Development Ordinance (Tree Preservation, Round Abouts,
     Sidewalks, Street Trees, Phasing, Stormwater Management).
     3. Recommendation of Ordinance amending Chapter 17 SF-RD-3 Single
     Family Attached Residential Section 17.0414 and Section 17.
     4. Recommendation of Rezoning Ordinance for Cornerstone
     Development of Outlot 4 of Seven Stones Subdivision along Hwy 164
     currently zoned A-1 proposed zoning to SF-RD-3 zoning.

G.   Public Safety and Welfare- Report on discussion and action taken at the
     previous meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled meetings.

H.   Public Works- Report on discussion and action taken at the previous
     meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled meetings.
     1. Recommendation and possible action on bills for payment.
     2. Recommendation and possible action on request from James Kinkema
     to privately remove crown vetch from Village owned lands adjacent to
     their property.

I.   Water Commission- Report on discussion and action taken at the previous
     meeting, future agenda items, and upcoming scheduled meetings.
6.     Staff Reports on upcoming events, projects in process, future agenda items and
       scheduled meetings.
       A. Update on Wire Data Case

7.     Comments from citizens present.

8.     Old Business.
       A. Recommendation and possible action on acceptance of bid for the public
       safety building project.
       B. Discussion and possible action on Grota lawsuit disposition.
       C. Discussion and possible action on lawsuit concerning the Hofsted/Toor
       property located at N62W24107 Hickory Drive.

9.     New Business

10.    Consideration and possible action on resignations and appointments.

11.    Adjournment




                                            Tony Lapcinski
                                            Village President

                                            ________________________________
                                            Evan Teich
                                            Village Administrator



It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum of members of other governmental
bodies of the municipality may be in attendance at the above stated meeting to gather
information; no action will be taken by any governmental body at the above stated
meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to above in this notice.

Please note that, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs
of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. For additional information
or to request this service, contact Evan Teich at 246-5200.                       JJS/lrs.
AGENDA




                                               NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
                                                  VILLAGE OF SUSSEX

         TAKE NOTICE that the Village Board of the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, will
         hold a public hearing on July 22, 2008 at 7:00 P. M. at the Village Hall, N64W23760 Main Street,
         Sussex to hear comments from citizens on the following:

                 An Ordinance to repeal and recreate Section 17.0414 (F) entitled “Setback and
                 Yards” of the SF-RD-3 Single Family Attached Residential District; and to repeal
                 and recreate Section 17.0508(F) entitled Mini-Warehousing and Small Cubicle
                 Storage of the Village of Sussex Municipal Code.

                 An Ordinance to repeal and recreate 18.0301(A)(1) entitled Protected Tree
                 Preservation Plan; to repeal and recreate Section 18.0703 Introductory Paragraph
                 and Subsections (A), (B), and (C) entitled Street, Bicycle and Pedestrian Way
                 Design Standards; to create Section 18.0704(F) entitled Street Intersection Round
                 Abouts; to repeal and recreate Section 18.0807 entitled Sidewalks; to repeal and
                 recreate Section 18.0809 entitled Storm Water Management Facilities; to repeal
                 and recreate Section 18.0814 entitled Street Trees; to repeal and recreate Section
                 18.0902(B) entitled Development Phasing of the Phasing Section; and to create
                 Section 18.0902(C) entitled Multifamily Condominium Development Phasing of
                 the Village of Sussex Municipal Code.
         Copies of the proposed ordinances are available for review at the Sussex Village Hall during normal
         office hours.

         This hearing shall be public and citizens and persons of interest shall then be heard.

                                                            By Order of the Village Board
                                                            Susan M. Freiheit
                                                            Clerk-Treasurer

         PUBLISH: Sussex Sun 07/02/08 & 07/09/08
AGENDA




                                                NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
                                                   VILLAGE OF SUSSEX

         TAKE NOTICE that the Village Board of the Village of Sussex, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, will hold a
         public hearing on July 22, 2008, at 7:00 p. m. at the Village Hall, N64 W23760 Main Street, Sussex to hear
         comments from citizens on the following matters:

                 An ordinance to rezone property described as Outlot 4 of Seven Stones of Sussex Subdivision from
                 A-1 Agricultural District to SF-RD-3 Single Family Attached Residential District. The petitioner is the
                 Harry Bielinski for Bielinski Investments LLC, and Michael Schiltz for Cornerstone Development.
                 This property is located north of Seven Stones Drive and is on the west side of STH 164.

         A copy of all petitions, applications, maps and proposed ordinances are available for review at the Sussex
         Village Hall during normal office hours.

         This hearing shall be public and citizens and persons of interest shall then be heard.

                                                                    By Order of the Village Board

                                                                    Susan M. Freiheit
                                                                    Clerk-Treasurer

         PUBLISH: Sussex Sun 07-02-08 & 07-09-08
AGENDA




                                               VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                                               SUSSEX, WISCONSIN

         Minutes of the regular Village Board meeting held on June 24, 2008.

         President Lapcinski called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

         Members present:         Steve Berger, Pat Tetzlaff, Claire Bletcher, Jason Wegner, Jim Batzko,
                                  Greg Goetz and Tony Lapcinski.

         Members absent:          None.

         Others present:          Administrator Evan Teich, Attorney John Macy, Assistant Administrator
                                  Jeremy Smith, Finance Director Nancy Whalen and Clerk-Treasurer
                                  Susan M. Freiheit.

         A motion by Wegner, seconded by Goetz, to approve the minutes of the regular Village Board
         meeting held on June 10, 2008, as submitted.                                  Motion carried.

         President Lapcinski reported on meetings attended, communications, and upcoming meetings

         A motion by Berger, seconded by Tetzlaff, to adopt a Final Resolution Designating Spot Blight of
         Project Site and Approving Bonds for the Lauterbach Group, Inc. project subject to the Plan
         Commission approving the site plans, plan of operation, etc. at their next meeting.
                 President Lapcinski and all Trustees present voted “aye.”                  Motion carried.

         A motion by Bletcher, seconded by Berger, to approve the TDEE Enterprise softball tournament
         request and authorize waiving the fee.                                        Motion carried.

         A motion by Lapcinski, seconded by Bletcher, to table action on the CSM for Lied’s Nursery until
         next month as the Plan Commission has not made a recommendation on the CSM.
                                                                                          Motion carried.

         A motion by Lapcinski, seconded by Goetz, to deny the preliminary plat for Watersedge Addition
         No. 2 as the developer has failed to bring in the required copies and failed to pay the required
         fees, subject to the Plan Commission’s recommendation.                              Motion carried.

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

         A motion by Wegner, seconded by Berger, to approve and authorize the issuance of Combination
         Class B Liquor and Fermented Malt Beverage License applications for the period of July 1, 2008
         to June 30, 2009 for SuCasa II, LLC at N64W22648 Main Street, Agent Berta L. Flores Duran
         with the following standard conditions:
         1)       Building Code violations as detailed by the Fire Inspector are to be completed with 60
                  days of July 1, 2008, all permits are required to be taken out by July 1, 2008, otherwise
                  fines and double fees will be assessed, and it would be cause for revocation,
         2)       Any outstanding violations other than building code violations are to be addressed to the
                  satisfaction of Village staff by July 1, 2008,
         3)       Payment of all fees,
         4)       No amendments to licenses with regard to the definitions of licensed premises, i.e. where
                  alcohol can be consumed, other than for those who hold an Outdoor Establishment
                  License.
         5)       Conditions of original license shall be incorporated into the renewed license, including
                  Plan of Operations,
         6)       All outstanding invoices due and owed to the Village must be paid to the satisfaction of
                  the Village Treasurer prior to issuance, and
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         7)      To direct the Village Attorney to write a letter to any applicant who has two or more
                 violations of any section of Wis. Stats. 125 or any related Statute informing them of the
                 seriousness of the violation and that should there be further violations that the Village will
                 consider revocation of the licenses.                                        Motion carried.

         A motion by Goetz, seconded by Wegner, to authorize the purchase of a replacement Utility
         Truck for the Sewer Division from Soerens Ford Inc. in the amount of $54,284.00 as they were
         the lowest bidder                                                               Motion carried.

         A motion by Lapcinski, seconded by Goetz, to create an ad hoc Joint Services Explorations Panel
         with neighboring communities to include the Village President and two Trustees that rotate
         through all of the Trustees.                                                     Motion carried.

         President Lapcinski stated that he received a letter of resignation from Paul Fleischmann from the
         Water Commission.

         A motion by Lapcinski, seconded by Tetzlaff, to accept the resignation of Paul Fleischmann from
         the Water Commission.                                                             Motion carried.

         A motion by Lapcinski, seconded by Bletcher, to take a five minutes recess.          Motion carried.

         The Board Members discussed issues on the 2009 Budget.

         A motion by Goetz, seconded by Wegner, to adjourn the meeting at 8:25 p.m.           Motion carried.

                                                            Respectfully submitted,

                                                            Susan M. Freiheit
                                                            Clerk-Treasurer

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

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

         To:            President and Village Board of Trustees

         From:          Evan Teich, Village Administrator

         Re:            Halloween Hours for 2008

         Date:          July 15, 2008

         Hard to believe that Halloween is only 3 months away. The Village normally posts the Trick or
         Treat hours in the recreation brochure and on its various media outlets so that the public knows the
         suggested times. This year, Halloween falls on a Friday night and in 2009 it falls on a Saturday
         night. Therefore, all the ghouls and goblins will not have school the next day. Therefore, staff
         proposes a change for this year and next year in the Village’s policy of having Trick or Treat the
         Saturday before Halloween. We propose that the Trick or Treat hours be:

         Friday, October 31st , 2008 from 6pm-8pm
         Saturday, October 31st, 2009 from 6pm-8pm
AGENDA

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


                                         MEMORANDUM
         To:    Village Board
         From: Jeremy Smith
         Re:    Village Board Meeting
         Date: 7/16/08

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

         5.B.1. Staff recommends approval of cancellation of sale of Maple Avenue Property.
         Due to economic downturn the Developer has withdrawn their offer to purchase as
         allowed by the contract. Over the last few months the Village and Developer did discuss
         ways to extend the deal, but due to the concern of the length of the economic downturn
         and its impact on housing a deal could not be reached. The Village had been approached
         about purchase of the land at the height of the development boom and under those
         economic conditions a sale made sense. At this point in the cycle the Village would not
         be wise to sell. It is recommended that the Village reexamine the sale of the property
         from time to time based upon the market conditions.

         5.C.1. Staff recommends approval of the June Check Register in the amount of
         $1,601,590.94. Please see the check register for more information.

         5.C.2. Staff recommends approval of the application for a temporary Class "B" Retail
         License for the Sale of Fermented Malt Beverages to the Sussex Lion’s Club for the
         Sussex Lion’s Club Car Show on August 16, 2008 in Village Park subject to
         1)      Any Building Code violations are to be addressed to the satisfaction of Village
         Staff by 5:00 pm the day before the event.
         2)      Any outstanding violations other than building code violations are to be addressed
         to the satisfaction of Village staff by 5:00 pm the day before the event,
         3)      Payment of all fees,
         4)      No amendments to licenses with regard to the definitions of licensed premises, i.e.
         where alcohol can be consumed,
         5)      All outstanding invoices due and owed to the Village must be paid to the
         satisfaction of the Village Treasurer prior to issuance, and
         Please see the license applications for more information

         5.C.3. Staff recommends approval of the application for a temporary Class "B" Retail
         License for the Sale of Fermented Malt Beverages & Wine to the Sussex Lion’s Club for
         the Village of Sussex 50th Village Park Anniversary Party on August 1 and 2, 2008 in
         Village Park subject to
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         1)      Any Building Code violations are to be addressed to the satisfaction of Village
         Staff by 5:00 pm the day before the event.
         2)      Any outstanding violations other than building code violations are to be addressed
         to the satisfaction of Village staff by 5:00 pm the day before the event,
         3)      Payment of all fees,
         4)      No amendments to licenses with regard to the definitions of licensed premises, i.e.
         where alcohol can be consumed,
         5)      All outstanding invoices due and owed to the Village must be paid to the
         satisfaction of the Village Treasurer prior to issuance, and
         Please see the license applications for more information


         5.C.4. Staff recommends approval of the application for Combination Class "B" Retail
         License for the Sale of Fermented Malt Beverages & Intoxicating Liquors July 23, 2008
         to June 30, 2009 to Rookies44 LLC, N64W23246 Main St., Sussex, WI 53089. Agent:
         Allyn Wasley, W226N3977 Country Ln., Pewaukee, WI 53072 subject to
         1)      Building Code violations as detailed by the Fire Inspector are to be completed
         with 60 days of July 22, 2008, all permits are required to be taken out by July 22, 2008,
         otherwise fines and double fees will be assessed, and it would be cause for revocation,
         2)      Any outstanding violations other than building code violations are to be addressed
         to the satisfaction of Village staff by August 1, 2008,
         3)      Payment of all fees,
         4)      No amendments to licenses with regard to the definitions of licensed premises, i.e.
         where alcohol can be consumed,
         5)      Conditions of original license shall be incorporated into the renewed license,
         including Plan of Operations,
         6)      All outstanding invoices due and owed to the Village must be paid to the
         satisfaction of the Village Treasurer prior to issuance, and
         7)      To direct the Village Attorney to write a letter to any applicant who has two or
         more violations of any section of Wis. Stats. 125 or any related Statute informing them of
         the seriousness of the violation and that should there be further violations that the Village
         will consider revocation of the licenses.
         Please see the license applications for more information

         5.C.5. Staff recommends approval of an application for Amusement Device License for
         Rookies44 LLC. Please see the application for more information.

         5.C.6. Staff recommends approval of an application for Dance License for Rookies44
         LLC. Please see the application for more information.

         5.C.7. Staff recommends approval of extending the licenses to include the food and
         beverage area in Sussex Village Park, W224N6196 Weaver Drive for the various entities
         who will be serving alcohol at the Sussex Village Park 50th Anniversary Celebration on
         August 1 and 2, 2008.
AGENDA




         5.C.8. Staff does not have a recommendation on the request from Leadership
         Menomonee Falls to support HAWS. HAWS is undergoing difficult financial times with
         the aftermath of the animal diseases that affected the facility. The Village and its
         residents do utilize the facility and services. This is a political decision of whether it is
         appropriate for additional public funds to “assist” HAWS or if those funds should come
         from private donations.

         5.F.1. Staff recommends approval of the CSM for Lied’s Nursery, Extra Territorial
         Review for the Town of Lisbon (N63W22039 Hwy 74) subject to no further redivision of
         the land until the following issues are addressed:
         1. Design how sewer will be provided to the land. 2. Satisfy the terms of the boarder
         agreement as outlined in Article III joint Planning and under the terms of the conditions
         of approval from the Village on the Town’s Land Use Plan. 3. Joint planning committee
         of any structures or uses. 4. Approval of all site design by Village Engineer. Please see
         the CSM for more information.

         5.F.2. Staff recommends approval of the Ordinance amending Chapter 18 Land Division
         and Development Ordinance (Tree Preservation, Round Abouts, Sidewalks, Street Trees,
         Phasing, Stormwater Management). A committee was formed to review the Chapter 18
         ordinance. The memo provided has the sections of the ordinance reviewed by the
         committee and the proposed recommendations for the revision. Please see the Ordinance
         for more information.

         5.F.3. Staff recommends approval of the Ordinance amending Chapter 17 SF-RD-3
         Single Family Attached Residential Section 17.0414 and Section 17.0508 (F) (Mini-
         Warehousing). A committee was formed to review the Chapter 18 ordinance. The memo
         provided has the sections of the ordinance reviewed by the committee and the proposed
         recommendations for the revision. Please see the Ordinance for more information.

         5.F.4. Staff recommends approval of the Rezoning Ordinance for Cornerstone
         Development of Outlot 4 of Seven Stones Subdivision along Hwy 164 currently zoned A-
         1 proposed zoning to SF-RD-3 zoning. Please see the Ordinance for more information.

         5.H.1. Staff recommends approval of the bills for payment in the amount of
         $292,784.79. Please see the bills for more information.

         5.H.2. Staff recommends approval of the request from James Kinkema to privately
         remove crown vetch from Village owned lands adjacent to their property, but only if the
         Kinkema’s are willing to follow specific conditions.

         A. The Kinkema’s contractor need to provide a specific plan for the crown vetch
         removal, where it will be removed, how it will be removed, and what will be planted in
         its place. That plan must be approved by the Village Engineer.

         B. The Kinkema’s contractor must provide insurance coverage to the Village in a form
         and amount agreeable to the Village Attorney.
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         C. The Kinkema’s must secure all necessary erosion control permits and other permits as
         maybe necessary for said work and must provide a security deposit to ensure that the site
         is stabilized and completed as shown on the plans.

         While this sounds like considerable amount of work for a simple request the real
         challenge is that we have a private citizen working on public lands. There are real costly
         problems that can arise both from an insurance standpoint and from a DNR regulation
         standpoint. The Village does not want to open itself up to any cost so that a private
         citizen can better protect their landscaping. Please keep in mind the crown vetch was
         planted on purpose by the Village to stabilize the area. Please see the request for more
         information.

         6.A.   Staff will have an update on the Supreme Courts ruling on the Wire Data Case.

         8.A. Staff recommends acceptance of the low responsive bidder, Triad with the
         acceptance of alternatives of G-2, G-4, G-8, G-10, and a 5% contingency. Please see the
         detailed memo about the project with all of the alternates listed and recommendations and
         reasons for those recommendations. While a decision does not need to be made at
         tonight’s meeting it is imperative that a decision be made no later than the next Village
         Board meeting and hopefully before that because this project needs to get up and out of
         the ground before winter hits or the Village will face additional costs for winter
         conditions.

         8.B. Staff will provide an update and may request the disposition of the lawsuit as it
         against Grota.

         8.C. Staff will provide an update and may request action as it pertains to the lawsuit
         against the Hofsted/Toor property located at N62W24107 Hickory Drive.
AGENDA

                                                             VILLAGE OF SUSSEX                                                     07/14/08 8:24 AM
                                                                                                                                             Page 1
                                                           CHECK REGISTER-DEBT
                                                                   Period Name: JUNE


    Check/Recei
    ptCHECK # Search Name Amount                          Comments Account Descr
    Date
   Gl Act 610-18704
    6/19/2008       043406 HALQUIST STONE CO.                  $48.33 #2 STONE              G 610-18704 Const In Prog--Well #6
    6/11/2008       043368 RUEKERT & MIELKE                 $3,897.26 WELL 6 & 7            G 610-18704 Const In Prog--Well #6
    6/11/2008       043368 RUEKERT & MIELKE                   $252.75 FRANTL PUMP STATION   G 610-18704 Const In Prog--Well #6
   Gl Act 610-18704                                         $4,198.34

   Gl Act 620-18706
    6/11/2008       043368   RUEKERT & MIELKE               $2,558.27 DUAL FORCE MAIN       G 620-18706 Const In Prog--Maple Ave
    6/11/2008       043352   ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION, INC.   $188,291.24 DUAL FORCE MAINS      G 620-18706 Const In Prog--Maple Ave
   Gl Act 620-18706                                       $190,849.51

                                                          $195,047.85
AGENDA

                                                           VILLAGE OF SUSSEX                                                                07/14/08 8:21 AM
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                                                             CHECK REGISTER
                                                                 Period Name: JUNE


   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                     Amount Comments                         Account Descr
       Date
     6/3/2008    043276    AARP                              $40.00   AARP DRIVER'S SAFETY CLASS   E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
     6/3/2008    043277    SHEBOYGAN CTY TENNIS ASSOC        $40.00   REC COACHES WORKSHOP         E 250-55350-000-390 Expenses
     6/3/2008    043278    CHYCINSKI, PETE                  $300.00   RETIREMENT PARTY             G 100-13800 Other Receivables
     6/3/2008    043279    KELLY GREENSCAPES LLC            $500.00   UTILITY EASEMENT-W232N6575   E 410-57331-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043280    AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL              $167.99   UNIFORMS                     E 620-53610-100-349 Other Operating Supplies
     6/5/2008    043280    AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL              $137.93   UNIFORMS                     E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
     6/5/2008    043280    AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL              $123.08   UNIFORMS                     E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
     6/5/2008    043280    AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL               $90.12   UNIFORMS                     E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
     6/5/2008    043281    ARNOLDS ENVIRONMENTAL            $327.00   RESTROOMS                    E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
     6/5/2008    043282    ASCHER, SCOTT M.                 $152.90   CONF EXP, MILEAGE            E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043283    AT&T                              $19.67   CONCESSION STAND             E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
     6/5/2008    043284    BADGER TRUCK CENTER INC.          $40.49   CAB MAT                      E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     6/5/2008    043285    BEAUMIER, NICOLE                  $39.00   REFUND YOGA                  R 250-601-46710 Registration Fees
     6/5/2008    043286    BUETOW LIGHTING                   $66.00   MISC                         E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     6/5/2008    043286    BUETOW LIGHTING                  $126.55   MISC                         E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
     6/5/2008    043287    CHARGER BOOSTER CLUB             $300.00   REFUND DEPOSIT               G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
     6/5/2008    043288    CHICAGO TITLE INSURANCE CO.      $250.00   REPORT-KELLY'S GREENSCAPES   E 410-57331-000-216 Engineering
     6/5/2008    043288    CHICAGO TITLE INSURANCE CO.      $250.00   REPORT-ANDERSON              E 410-57331-000-216 Engineering
     6/5/2008    043288    CHICAGO TITLE INSURANCE CO.      $250.00   REPORT-ANDERSON              E 410-57331-000-216 Engineering
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $9.51   SUPPLIES                     E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $28.53   SUPPLIES                     E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $9.51   SUPPLIES                     E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $57.07   SUPPLIES                     E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $57.07   SUPPLIES                     E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                  $9.51   SUPPLIES                     E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $38.04   SUPPLIES                     E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $26.63   SUPPLIES                     E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                $104.67   SUPPLIES                     E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $11.41   SUPPLIES                     E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
     6/5/2008    043289    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $28.53   SUPPLIES                     E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
     6/5/2008    043290    DIGICORP                         $145.00   TELEPHONE LABOR              E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
     6/5/2008    043291    ECKERT DOOR COMPANY INC.         $189.75   REPAIR OVERHEAD DOOR         E 100-53311-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     6/5/2008    043291    ECKERT DOOR COMPANY INC.       $3,325.00   FURNISH & INSTALL DOORS      E 100-57324-000-820 Improvements
     6/5/2008    043291    ECKERT DOOR COMPANY INC.      -$3,325.00   FURNISH & INSTALL DOORS      R 100-000-49211 Transfer from Designated
     6/5/2008    043291    ECKERT DOOR COMPANY INC.       $3,325.00   FURNISH & INSTALL DOORS      E 101-59210-000-999 Transfer
     6/5/2008    043292    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES       $64.09   MISC                         E 620-53610-100-330 Transportation
     6/5/2008    043292    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES      $107.63   MISC                         E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
     6/5/2008    043292    FALLS AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES       $16.40   MISC                         E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
     6/5/2008    043293    FEDEX                             $25.80   SHIPPING COSTS               E 310-58200-000-690 Bond Payment
     6/5/2008    043294    FOSTER COACH SALES, INC.          $31.80   OPTICLENS LENS               E 100-52200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     6/5/2008    043295    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.           $79.30   OXYGEN                       E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
     6/5/2008    043296    GAUDYNSKI, PERRY & MAUREEN        $52.00   REFUND BASIC BALLET          G 250-21100 Vouchers Payable
     6/5/2008    043297    GENERAL COMM-MADISON             $110.00   REPAIR PAGER                 E 100-52200-000-246 Maint--Radio
AGENDA

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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                       Amount Comments                              Account Descr
       Date
     6/5/2008    043298    GENERAL FIRE EQUIPMENT CO.       $1,377.00   BUNKER PANTS                      E 100-57220-000-810 Equipment
     6/5/2008    043299    GRAINGER                            $10.00   WATER HEATER ELEMENT              E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
     6/5/2008    043300    HAAS, JENNIFER                     $125.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                    G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
     6/5/2008    043301    HAMILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT        -$2,000.00   ONAN GENERATOR                    R 100-000-49211 Transfer from Designated
     6/5/2008    043301    HAMILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT         $2,000.00   ONAN GENERATOR                    E 101-59210-000-999 Transfer
     6/5/2008    043301    HAMILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT         $2,000.00   ONAN GENERATOR                    E 100-57324-000-810 Equipment
     6/5/2008    043302    HAWKINS, INC.                    $1,488.05   SOD SILICATE, SOD HYPO            E 610-53700-000-631 Treatment-Chemicals
     6/5/2008    043303    HYDROTEX                           $486.74   GREASE                            E 620-53610-300-245 Maint--Trmt & Disposal
     6/5/2008    043304    JAY APPLIANCE SERVICE              $114.75   REPLACE DEFROST TIMER             E 610-53700-000-935 Maint--Genl Plant &
     6/5/2008    043305    JOHNSON'S NURSERY                  $152.00   SERVICEBERRY-FLEISCHMANN          E 100-55200-000-399 Horticulture
     6/5/2008    043305    JOHNSON'S NURSERY                   $70.00   MAPLE-FILETTI                     E 100-55200-000-399 Horticulture
     6/5/2008    043306    KAHL CONSTRUCTION INC.             $500.00   N65W24770 MAIN ST                 G 100-23220 Road Cleaning Deposits
     6/5/2008    043306    KAHL CONSTRUCTION INC.           $1,200.00   N65W24770 MAIN ST                 G 100-23240 Landscaping/Erosion Deposits
     6/5/2008    043306    KAHL CONSTRUCTION INC.           $1,000.00   N65W24770 MAIN ST                 G 100-23230 Occupancy Deposits
     6/5/2008    043307    KAMP, ROGER                         $15.00   REFUND REC COACHES WORKSHOP       R 250-684-46710 Registration Fees
     6/5/2008    043308    KELLY GREENSCAPES LLC            $1,920.00   HYDROSEEDING-MAIN ST PROPERTIES   E 410-56600-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043308    KELLY GREENSCAPES LLC           -$1,920.00   HYDROSEEDING-MAIN ST PROPERTIES   R 410-000-49263 Transfer from CDA Fund
     6/5/2008    043308    KELLY GREENSCAPES LLC            $1,920.00   HYDROSEEDING-MAIN ST PROPERTIES   E 630-59241-000-999 Transfer
     6/5/2008    043309    KULA, MEAGAN                        $51.51   MILEAGE                           E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043310    LA FORCE INC. - GREEN BAY        $3,890.00   REPAIR LOBBY DOORS                E 101-59210-000-999 Transfer
     6/5/2008    043310    LA FORCE INC. - GREEN BAY        $3,890.00   REPAIR LOBBY DOORS                E 100-57140-000-820 Improvements
     6/5/2008    043310    LA FORCE INC. - GREEN BAY       -$3,890.00   REPAIR LOBBY DOORS                R 100-000-49211 Transfer from Designated
     6/5/2008    043311    LACY, DEBBIE MCKAY                  $15.00   REFUND REC COACHES W/S            R 250-684-46710 Registration Fees
     6/5/2008    043312    LIESENER SOILS INC.                 $93.00   BLENDED MIX                       E 100-53311-000-230 Maint--Street Materials
     6/5/2008    043312    LIESENER SOILS INC.                 $93.00   BLENDED MIX                       E 100-53311-000-230 Maint--Street Materials
     6/5/2008    043312    LIESENER SOILS INC.                 $34.00   BLENDED MIX                       E 100-53311-000-230 Maint--Street Materials
     6/5/2008    043312    LIESENER SOILS INC.                 $93.00   BLENDED MIX                       E 100-53311-000-230 Maint--Street Materials
     6/5/2008    043313    MAD SCIENCE OF WAUKESHA            $120.00   MAD SCIENCE PROGRAM               E 250-55350-756-140 Program Instructors
     6/5/2008    043314    MARTIN, THOMAS O.                  $221.38   MILEAGE                           E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043314    MARTIN, THOMAS O.                   $40.00   EYE EXAM -TOM                     E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
     6/5/2008    043315    MEDICAL ASSOCIATES                 $137.00   TESTING                           E 100-53311-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043315    MEDICAL ASSOCIATES                  $54.00   TESTING                           E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
     6/5/2008    043315    MEDICAL ASSOCIATES                 $220.00   TESTING                           E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
     6/5/2008    043315    MEDICAL ASSOCIATES                  $54.00   TESTING                           E 100-53311-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043316    MEIDL, JOAN                         $15.00   REFUND REC COACHES W/S            R 250-684-46710 Registration Fees
     6/5/2008    043317    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                  $15.56   BANDSAW                           E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
     6/5/2008    043318    MILLER BRADFORD & RISBERG INC      $416.00   REPAIR MOWER                      E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     6/5/2008    043319    MONARCH HOMES                      $600.00   W236N6579 COTEY CT                G 100-23240 Landscaping/Erosion Deposits
     6/5/2008    043319    MONARCH HOMES                      $400.00   W236N6565 COTEY CT                G 100-23220 Road Cleaning Deposits
     6/5/2008    043319    MONARCH HOMES                      $600.00   W236N6565 COTEY CT                G 100-23240 Landscaping/Erosion Deposits
     6/5/2008    043319    MONARCH HOMES                      $400.00   W236N6579 COTEY CT                G 100-23220 Road Cleaning Deposits
     6/5/2008    043320    PAUL'S SERVICE INC.              $1,341.90   GMC TRUCK WORK, BRAKES, ETC.      E 100-55200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     6/5/2008    043320    PAUL'S SERVICE INC.                  $9.50   TIRE PLUG                         E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
     6/5/2008    043320    PAUL'S SERVICE INC.                $141.99   REPAIR WIRING, ETC.               E 100-55200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     6/5/2008    043321    PROVEN POWER                       $230.47   SPRING TOOTH DETHAT               E 100-55200-000-391 Baseball Diamonds
     6/5/2008    043322    REDIGAS                            $270.35   GAS                               E 100-55200-000-222 Utilities--Heat
     6/5/2008    043323    REID, ERIC OR LAURA                $125.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                    G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
     6/5/2008    043324    RODRIGUEZ, WAYNE                   $300.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                    G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
     6/5/2008    043325    ROSEN, JIM                         $600.00   N77W23766 SUN VALLEY RUN          G 100-23240 Landscaping/Erosion Deposits
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                              Account Descr
       Date
     6/5/2008    043325    ROSEN, JIM                          $400.00   N77W23766 SUN VALLEY RUN          G 100-23220 Road Cleaning Deposits
     6/5/2008    043326    ROSS, AMY                           $100.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                    G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
     6/5/2008    043327    SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT INC.            $182.01   REPAIR SIMPLICITY TRACTOR         E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
     6/5/2008    043327    SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT INC.             $39.95   TRIMMER LINE                      E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
     6/5/2008    043328    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC            $1,665.00   TESTING                           E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
     6/5/2008    043329    SUPER NOVA CORP                  $30,691.29   BIOSOLIDS TO STAB SITE            E 620-53610-300-430 Sludge Hauling
     6/5/2008    043330    SUSSEX COUNTRY PRINTING             $108.60   FIRE INSPECTION REPORT            E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043331    THALKE, JAMES E.                    $671.41   CONF EXP, MILEAGE                 E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
     6/5/2008    043332    TO THE POINTE                     $1,280.00   SPRING SESSION                    E 250-55350-513-140 Program Instructors
     6/5/2008    043333    TOWN OF LISBON                    $1,650.00   MAY COMPOST SITE                  G 100-21100 Vouchers Payable
     6/5/2008    043333    TOWN OF LISBON                     -$330.00   MAY COMPOST SITE                  R 100-000-46436 Yard Waste Charges
     6/5/2008    043334    TREES ON THE MOVE                   $350.00   MEMORIAL TREES-UNABLE TO          E 410-57210-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043335    ULLMANN, NANCY                       $15.00   REFUND REC COACHES W/S            R 250-684-46710 Registration Fees
     6/5/2008    043336    USA HEATING & COOLING                $76.50   REPLACE IGNITOR-COM CTR           E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     6/5/2008    043336    USA HEATING & COOLING               $480.50   CLEANED EXHAUST DUCT, ETC.-PARK   E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     6/5/2008    043336    USA HEATING & COOLING                $51.90   REPLACE BELTS-WE.. #5             E 610-53700-000-935 Maint--Genl Plant &
     6/5/2008    043336    USA HEATING & COOLING                $28.25   REPLACE CABLE-VH                  E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     6/5/2008    043336    USA HEATING & COOLING                $14.00   REPLACE BELT-GARAGE               E 100-53311-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
     6/5/2008    043336    USA HEATING & COOLING                $47.50   REPLACE COUPLING-WWTF             E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
     6/5/2008    043337    VIRCHOW, KRAUSE & COMPANY, LLP    $1,200.00   #5 AUDIT FEES                     E 240-51510-000-215 Accountant
     6/5/2008    043337    VIRCHOW, KRAUSE & COMPANY, LLP      $200.00   #5 AUDIT FEES                     E 630-51510-000-215 Accountant
     6/5/2008    043337    VIRCHOW, KRAUSE & COMPANY, LLP    $1,200.00   #5 AUDIT FEES                     E 640-51510-000-215 Accountant
     6/5/2008    043337    VIRCHOW, KRAUSE & COMPANY, LLP    $1,533.00   #5 AUDIT FEES                     E 620-53610-100-212 Outside Services
     6/5/2008    043337    VIRCHOW, KRAUSE & COMPANY, LLP    $1,500.00   #5 AUDIT FEES                     E 610-53700-000-923 Outside Services
     6/5/2008    043337    VIRCHOW, KRAUSE & COMPANY, LLP      $570.00   #5 AUDIT FEES                     E 100-51510-000-215 Accountant
     6/5/2008    043337    VIRCHOW, KRAUSE & COMPANY, LLP    $1,200.00   #5 AUDIT FEES                     E 275-51510-000-215 Accountant
     6/5/2008    043338    WAUKE MILLS                       $1,075.00   SEED MIX                          E 410-56600-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043339    WAUKESHA CTY PARKS & LAND #260    $2,100.00   NR-216 EDUCATION SREVICES         E 640-53650-000-324 Schooling & Dues
     6/5/2008    043340    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148             $70.00   TRAINING                          E 250-51421-000-120 Wages
     6/5/2008    043340    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148             $35.00   TRAINING                          E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043340    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148             $35.00   TRAINING                          E 710-51491-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043340    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148             $35.00   TRAINING                          E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
     6/5/2008    043340    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148             $35.00   TRAINING                          E 250-51421-000-324 Schooling & Dues
     6/5/2008    043340    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148             $40.00   TRAINING                          E 250-51421-000-324 Schooling & Dues
     6/5/2008    043341    WAUWATOSA REC DEPT                   $90.00   REFUND REC COACHES W/S            R 250-684-46710 Registration Fees
     6/5/2008    043342    WCTC BILLING DEPT                    $78.04   SCHOOLING                         E 100-52200-000-324 Schooling & Dues
     6/5/2008    043343    WE ENERGIES                         $585.02   ELECTRIC                          E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
     6/5/2008    043343    WE ENERGIES                         $155.03   ELECTRIC                          E 100-53420-000-224 Utilities--Electric
     6/5/2008    043343    WE ENERGIES                       $1,449.48   ELECTRIC                          E 640-53650-000-224 Utilities--Electric
     6/5/2008    043343    WE ENERGIES                       $1,182.73   ELECTRIC                          E 100-55200-000-224 Utilities--Electric
     6/5/2008    043344    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC                $7.47   ELECTRIC                          E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
     6/5/2008    043345    WE ENERGIES - GAS                    $40.17   GAS                               E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
     6/5/2008    043345    WE ENERGIES - GAS                     $8.12   GAS                               E 620-53610-200-224 Utilities--Electric
     6/5/2008    043346    WI TURF EQUIPMENT CORP.              $51.62   HOSE TANK OUTLET, SHIM            E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
     6/5/2008    043347    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-BUTLE      $261.38   FLAT REPAIR, SVC                  E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     6/5/2008    043347    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-BUTLE      $272.17   LOADER TIRE                       E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
     6/5/2008    043348    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-WAUK       $216.90   TIRES - VAN                       E 610-53700-000-933 Transportation Expenses
     6/5/2008    043349    WISCONSIN DNR                     $1,000.00   STORMWATER ENVIRONMENTAL FEE      E 640-53650-000-397 Licensing Costs
     6/5/2008    043349    WISCONSIN DNR                     $7,466.14   NR101 WASTEWATER FEE              E 620-53610-100-349 Other Operating Supplies
AGENDA

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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                           Account Descr
       Date
     6/5/2008    043350    WOLF, DENNIS                         $28.17   MILEAGE                        E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                        -$20.22   MISC                           E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $69.43   MISC                           E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $90.81   MISC                           E 100-55200-000-348 Tools
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $19.12   MISC                           E 250-54602-000-580 Meal Site Costs
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $19.31   MISC                           E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                        $120.81   MISC                           E 100-55200-000-391 Baseball Diamonds
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $84.55   MISC                           E 100-53311-000-230 Maint--Street Materials
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                          $6.90   MISC                           E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $35.98   MISC                           E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $14.83   MISC                           E 100-55200-000-399 Horticulture
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $40.45   MISC                           R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $14.27   MISC                           E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                          $1.24   MISC                           E 100-52200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $18.52   MISC                           E 620-53610-300-249 Maint--General Plant
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                          $3.89   MISC                           E 100-52200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $34.14   MISC                           E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $47.64   MISC                           E 620-53610-200-243 Maint--Collection Pump
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $47.20   MISC                           E 620-53610-200-249 Maint--General Plant
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                        $102.42   MISC                           E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                        $102.51   MISC                           E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $10.79   MISC                           E 100-52200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $76.09   MISC                           E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043351    ACE HARDWARE                         $53.52   MISC                           E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043352    ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION, INC.      $188,291.24   DUAL FORCE MAINS               G 620-18706 Const In Prog--Maple Ave
    6/11/2008    043353    AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL                $105.97   EXTINGUISHER MAINT             E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    6/11/2008    043353    AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL                $101.87   EXTINGUISHER MAINT             E 100-53311-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043353    AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL                 $70.77   EXTINGUISHER MAINT             E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043353    AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL                 $96.85   EXTINGUISHER MAINT             E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043353    AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL                $119.67   EXTINGUISHER MAINT             E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    6/11/2008    043353    AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL                 $68.92   EXTINGUISHER MAINT             E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043354    ARROWHEAD UNION HIGH SCHOOL       $3,343.89   TAX PAYOUT                     G 810-24612 Taxes due to Arrowhead School
    6/11/2008    043355    AT&T                                 $64.20   ALARM                          E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043356    AT&T AZ                               $0.89   PHONE                          E 620-53610-200-243 Maint--Collection Pump
    6/11/2008    043356    AT&T AZ                               $0.88   PHONE                          E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/11/2008    043357    BOLL, ROGER                         $100.00   6/18 SENIOR ENTERTAINMENT      E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
    6/11/2008    043358    CASPERS TRUCK EQUIPMENT           $1,078.00   REPAIR #42 PLOW TRUCK          E 100-53311-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    6/11/2008    043359    COMPETITOR AWARDS & ENGRAVING        $18.90   MEMORIAL PLAQUE                E 100-55200-000-399 Horticulture
    6/11/2008    043360    HAMILTON SCHOOL-TAXES           $654,263.36   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24610 Taxes due to Hamilton School
    6/11/2008    043361    HAZZARD COFFEE SERVICE               $30.00   COFFEE                         E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
    6/11/2008    043362    HERBERT, EVA                         $52.00   REFUND BASIC BALLET            G 250-21100 Vouchers Payable
    6/11/2008    043363    MSC INDUSTRIAL                      $165.54   CABBLE SUPPORT GRIPS           E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/11/2008    043364    MUELLER, DAN                        $300.00   LOT #7 SUN VALLEY RUN          G 100-23230 Occupancy Deposits
    6/11/2008    043365    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.           $79.00   MAINT CONTRACT                 E 100-51420-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    6/11/2008    043365    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.           $15.73   COPY COSTS                     E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    6/11/2008    043365    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.           $79.00   MAINT CONTRACT                 E 100-51420-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    6/11/2008    043366    RICHMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT          $8,116.69   TAX PAY OUT                    G 810-24611 Taxes due to Richmond School
    6/11/2008    043367    RIOJAS, MARIA                        $84.00   REFUND PINT SIZED SOCCER       G 250-21100 Vouchers Payable
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                 $37,919.39   WAUKESHA AVE 2008 RD PROGRAM   E 410-57331-000-216 Engineering
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                      Amount Comments                           Account Descr
       Date
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $172.50   MIDWEST EXP-SHOPKO             E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                $2,558.27   DUAL FORCE MAIN                G 620-18706 Const In Prog--Maple Ave
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                $3,897.26   WELL 6 & 7                     G 610-18704 Const In Prog--Well #6
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                $2,827.71   STONEWOOD ESTATES              E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                $3,614.40   STONEWOOD ESTATES              E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $252.75   FRANTL PUMP STATION            G 610-18704 Const In Prog--Well #6
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $180.58   BRANDON OAKS SINGLE FAMILY     E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $135.00   MISC GIS                       E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $218.25   MISC PW                        E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                  $413.50   MISC ENG                       E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE               $14,512.42   WAUKESHA AVE 2008 RD PROGRAM   E 410-57331-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043368    RUEKERT & MIELKE                $1,452.36   COLOR INK                      E 710-51491-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043369    SAMS CLUB - COMM CTR               $73.00   ROCK A THON                    E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
    6/11/2008    043370    SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT INC.           $30.00   REPAIR TRIMMERS                E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    6/11/2008    043371    TIME WARNER CABLE - COM CTR       $109.95   ROADRUNNER                     E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
    6/11/2008    043372    TIME WARNER CABLE - ST/P           $82.46   ROADRUNNER                     E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043372    TIME WARNER CABLE - ST/P           $27.49   ROADRUNNER                     E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043373    TIME WARNER CABLE -FIRE            $89.95   ROADRUNNER                     E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043374    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH               $20.06   ROADRUNNER                     E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043374    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH               $20.06   ROADRUNNER                     E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043374    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH               $30.09   ROADRUNNER                     E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/11/2008    043374    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH               $30.09   ROADRUNNER                     E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/11/2008    043374    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH               $50.14   ROADRUNNER                     E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043374    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH               $22.06   ROADRUNNER                     E 100-51510-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043374    TIME WARNER CABLE-VH               $28.08   ROADRUNNER                     E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $16.90   CELL PHONE                     E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $16.90   CELL PHONE                     E 640-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $14.71   CELL PHONE                     E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $16.90   CELL PHONE                     E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $16.91   CELL PHONE                     E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $17.69   CELL PHONE                     E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $17.68   CELL PHONE                     E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $17.68   CELL PHONE                     E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $54.62   CELL PHONE                     E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $17.65   CELL PHONE                     E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $12.96   CELL PHONE                     E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669            $5.41   CELL PHONE                     E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $19.99   CELL PHONE                     E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $82.33   CELL PHONE                     E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043375    U.S. CELLULAR #300022669           $13.26   CELL PHONE                     E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/11/2008    043376    WAUKESHA COUNTY TREAS-TAX     $138,483.51   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24310 Taxes due to Waukesha
    6/11/2008    043376    WAUKESHA COUNTY TREAS-TAX      $15,041.55   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24210 Taxes due to State of WI
    6/11/2008    043377    WAUKESHA CTY TECH-TAX          $84,862.61   TAX PAYOUTS                    G 810-24510 Taxes due to WCTC
    6/11/2008    043378    WCTC-BOOKSTORE                     $62.45   SCHOOLING                      E 100-52200-000-324 Schooling & Dues
    6/11/2008    043379    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC            $637.79   ELECTRIC                       E 100-52200-000-224 Utilities--Electric
    6/11/2008    043379    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC            $857.20   ELECTRIC                       E 100-51600-000-224 Utilities--Electric
    6/11/2008    043380    WI TURF EQUIPMENT CORP.           $120.75   HEX NUT, LOCK WASHER           E 100-55200-000-240 Maint--Equipment
    6/11/2008    043380    WI TURF EQUIPMENT CORP.           $636.55   PRO MOUND, TINE                E 100-55200-000-391 Baseball Diamonds
    6/11/2008    043381    WOLLNER, BEN OR JENNIFER           $10.00   REFUND OVERPAYMENT TENNIS      G 250-21100 Vouchers Payable
AGENDA

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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                       Amount Comments                            Account Descr
       Date
    6/11/2008    043382    YAGGY COLBY ASSOCIATES             $439.25   FIRE STATION ADD                E 410-57210-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043382    YAGGY COLBY ASSOCIATES          $23,525.58   POLICE DEPT DESIGN SERV         E 410-57210-000-216 Engineering
    6/11/2008    043383    ZOELLICK, GREGORY R                $108.58   MILEAGE                         E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
    6/12/2008    043384    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457        $1,636.79   DEFERRED COMPENSATION           G 100-21521 ICMA Withheld
    6/12/2008    043384    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457          $477.76   DEFERRED COMPENSATION           G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    6/12/2008    043385    LOCAL NO. 3086                     $627.60   JUNE UNION DUES                 G 100-21550 Union Dues Withheld
    6/12/2008    043386    NORTH SHORE BANK, FSB              $898.71   DEFERRED COMPENSATION           G 100-21520 North Shore Withheld
    6/12/2008    043387    PLANET INTERACTIVE                 $462.31   8/2 MOONWALK, OBSTACLE COURSE   E 630-55202-000-398 Activities
    6/12/2008    043388    WI SCTF                            $451.84   CHILD SUPPORT                   G 100-21555 Child Support
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $28.01   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $28.29   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $32.09   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $32.09   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $27.83   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $35.34   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $27.64   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $65.35   ALARMS                          E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $52.75   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    6/19/2008    043389    ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC.         $28.29   ALARMS                          E 610-53700-000-955 Pumping-Maint of
    6/19/2008    043390    AIRGAS SAFETY INC - TX             $419.23   CONES                           E 610-53700-000-641 Operation Supplies &
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $105.34   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $297.57   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $160.03   DENTAL INS #00164877            G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD       $45.08   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $399.44   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD       $57.79   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD       $34.93   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $203.74   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD       $94.81   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $130.95   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD      $173.29   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD       $29.08   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 250-55350-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043391    ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD       $21.81   DENTAL INS #00164877            E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $262.24   PHONE                           E 610-53700-000-953 Pumping-Supplies &
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $310.70   PHONE                           E 100-51420-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $30.82   PHONE                           R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $49.95   PHONE                           E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $275.15   PHONE                           E 620-53610-200-243 Maint--Collection Pump
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $38.47   PHONE                           E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $54.95   PHONE                           E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $63.43   PHONE                           E 100-53311-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $30.82   PHONE                           E 610-53700-000-650 Maint of Distribution
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $49.26   PHONE                           E 100-51510-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $34.90   PHONE                           E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $328.14   PHONE                           G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $75.81   PHONE                           E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                   $101.02   PHONE                           E 100-52400-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $16.53   PHONE                           E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $79.15   PHONE                           E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                       Amount Comments                           Account Descr
       Date
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $46.29   PHONE                          E 710-51491-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $54.13   PHONE                          E 100-52100-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043392    AT & T MAIN BILL                    $44.30   PHONE                          E 100-51410-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043393    AT&T                               $483.61   PHONE                          R 620-110-46412 Sewer--Other Governments
    6/19/2008    043393    AT&T                                $14.95   PARK RECORDED MESSAGE          E 100-55200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043394    BADGER METER, INC.               $1,888.00   ORION & CONNECT SERV RENEWAL   E 620-53610-200-535 Meter Expense
    6/19/2008    043394    BADGER METER, INC.                -$191.40   2 - 1 1/2" ORION R120          G 610-19346 Meters--Water
    6/19/2008    043394    BADGER METER, INC.               $7,112.97   54 - 5/8" RCDL ORION           G 610-19346 Meters--Water
    6/19/2008    043394    BADGER METER, INC.               $1,888.00   ORION & CONNECT SERV RENEWAL   E 610-53700-000-935 Maint--Genl Plant &
    6/19/2008    043395    BATTERIES PLUS                      $37.99   7.5V NICD MOTOROLA             E 100-52200-000-246 Maint--Radio
    6/19/2008    043396    BEVERAGE CONSULTANTS               $114.00   SODA - MACHINE                 G 100-13800 Other Receivables
    6/19/2008    043397    BOLDT, STEVEN                      $185.00   SCHOOLING - TESTING            E 100-52200-000-324 Schooling & Dues
    6/19/2008    043398    DAB                                $847.78   MAY COLLECTIONS                E 100-51510-000-290 Contractual Fees
    6/19/2008    043399    DAIRYLAND-HAMILTON, INC.         $1,153.25   MAY SHUTTLE                    E 250-54601-000-933 Transportation Expenses
    6/19/2008    043400    DESIGN AMERICA COMPANY             $495.00   UNIFORMS                       E 100-55200-000-394 Raindrops & Puddles
    6/19/2008    043400    DESIGN AMERICA COMPANY             $388.00   BASEBALL SHIRTS                E 100-55200-000-394 Raindrops & Puddles
    6/19/2008    043401    DIGGERS HOTLINE INC.               $546.70   2ND PREPAYMENT LOCATES         E 610-53700-000-641 Operation Supplies &
    6/19/2008    043401    DIGGERS HOTLINE INC.               $546.70   2ND PREPAYMENT LOCATES         E 620-53610-200-212 Outside Services
    6/19/2008    043402    DIRECT IMPRINT                     $566.40   PARK BANNERS                   E 100-51490-000-347 Community
    6/19/2008    043403    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER      $762.62   DIESEL                         G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
    6/19/2008    043403    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER    $1,081.47   GASOLINE                       G 100-16110 Inventory
    6/19/2008    043403    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER      $564.07   DIESEL- MOWERS                 E 100-55200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
    6/19/2008    043404    GENERAL COMM-MADISON               $110.00   REPAIR PAGER                   E 100-52200-000-246 Maint--Radio
    6/19/2008    043405    GUTTMANN, MICHAEL D                  $6.91   MILEAGE                        E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    6/19/2008    043406    HALQUIST STONE CO.                  $48.33   #2 STONE                       G 610-18704 Const In Prog--Well #6
    6/19/2008    043407    HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS, LTD.      -$1,725.00   6'6" DDP HYDT                  G 610-33901 Unappropriated Surplus-Contrib
    6/19/2008    043407    HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS, LTD.       $1,725.00   6'6" DDP HYDT                  E 410-57490-000-490 Other Building Materials
    6/19/2008    043407    HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS, LTD.       $1,725.00   6'6" DDP HYDT                  G 610-19348 Hydrants--Water
    6/19/2008    043408    JOHNSON, JULIE                     $125.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                 G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/19/2008    043409    JOHNSON'S NURSERY                   $85.00   FT MCNAIR HORSECHESTNUT #130   E 100-55200-000-399 Horticulture
    6/19/2008    043410    KAATZ, NANCY J.                     $26.26   MILEAGE                        E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
    6/19/2008    043410    KAATZ, NANCY J.                    $159.00   EYE EXAM, FRAMES, LENSES       E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/19/2008    043411    LAKE COUNTRY PUBLICATIONS          $108.62   PUBLISHING                     E 100-51490-000-326 Printing & Publishing
    6/19/2008    043412    LIFETIME HOMES INC.                $600.00   N72W23198 WATERBURY CT         G 100-23240 Landscaping/Erosion Deposits
    6/19/2008    043412    LIFETIME HOMES INC.                $400.00   N72W23198 WATERBURY CT         G 100-23220 Road Cleaning Deposits
    6/19/2008    043413    LUTZE, JEANETTE                    $125.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                 G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/19/2008    043414    MADING, WINIFRED                   $150.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                 G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/19/2008    043414    MADING, WINIFRED                    $75.00   REFUND RENTAL FEE              R 100-999-48210 Park Rent
    6/19/2008    043415    MAHER, CHRISTINE                   $100.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                 G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/19/2008    043416    MILLER BRADFORD & RISBERG INC      $872.50   DOZER RENTAL                   E 410-56600-000-390 Expenses
    6/19/2008    043416    MILLER BRADFORD & RISBERG INC      $139.10   MISC                           E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
    6/19/2008    043417    MILLER, ANGELA                      $82.00   REFUND BABYSITTING             R 250-745-46710 Registration Fees
    6/19/2008    043418    MILWAUKEE SPORTING GOODS           $775.50   BASEBALL CAPS                  E 100-55200-000-394 Raindrops & Puddles
    6/19/2008    043419    MYSTIC BLUE CRUISES              $2,160.00   7/10 SENIOR TRIP (MEN FALLS)   E 250-54600-000-404 Senior Trips
    6/19/2008    043420    NEU'S BUILDING CENTER, INC.        $499.00   DEW DRL 18V 4PC KIT            E 100-57620-000-820 Improvements
    6/19/2008    043421    NITSCHKE, ERIC                      $28.53   MILEAGE                        E 710-51491-000-390 Expenses
    6/19/2008    043421    NITSCHKE, ERIC                      $28.53   MILEAGE                        E 100-53311-000-390 Expenses
    6/19/2008    043422    PIGGLY WIGGLY                      $685.52   SENIOR MEALS                   E 250-54602-000-580 Meal Site Costs
    6/19/2008    043422    PIGGLY WIGGLY                        $7.97   MISC                           E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
AGENDA

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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                               Account Descr
       Date
    6/19/2008    043422    PIGGLY WIGGLY                         $7.26   MISC                               E 250-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/19/2008    043422    PIGGLY WIGGLY                        $23.35   ROCK A THON                        E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
    6/19/2008    043423    PLESE, DANIEL                        $12.34   SPRING PIN                         E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    6/19/2008    043424    POWERS, TINA                         $67.00   REFUND BABYSITTING                 R 250-745-46710 Registration Fees
    6/19/2008    043425    STAFF ELECTRIC CO., INC.            $828.00   ELECTRICAL WORK-MCC PANELS         E 620-53610-300-245 Maint--Trmt & Disposal
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                              $3.64   HOSE, WHIP - GAS PUMP              E 610-53700-000-933 Transportation Expenses
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                              $3.64   HOSE, WHIP - GAS PUMP              E 100-52200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                              $3.65   HOSE, WHIP - GAS PUMP              E 100-53311-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                              $3.65   HOSE, WHIP - GAS PUMP              E 620-53610-100-330 Transportation
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                             $20.33   HOSE - GAS TANK                    E 100-52200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                             $20.33   HOSE - GAS TANK                    E 100-53311-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                             $20.33   HOSE - GAS TANK                    E 100-55200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                             $20.33   HOSE - GAS TANK                    E 620-53610-100-330 Transportation
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                             $20.33   HOSE - GAS TANK                    E 610-53700-000-933 Transportation Expenses
    6/19/2008    043426    UNI PUMP                              $3.65   HOSE, WHIP - GAS PUMP              E 100-55200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
    6/19/2008    043427    USA HEATING & COOLING               $490.00   VH REPLACE DISCONNECT BOX          E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/19/2008    043427    USA HEATING & COOLING                $45.50   REPLACE V-BELT ON EXHAUST FAN      E 100-52200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/19/2008    043427    USA HEATING & COOLING               $196.35   REPLACED FAULTY CONTACTOR, ETC.    E 100-55200-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/19/2008    043427    USA HEATING & COOLING               $357.00   VH REPLACE CONTACTORS ON 2 UNITS   E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/19/2008    043428    VEOLIA - IL                         $345.60   PICK UP DEYER DR                   E 410-56600-000-390 Expenses
    6/19/2008    043428    VEOLIA - IL                         $115.20   PICK UP SOFTBALL DIAMOND FENCES    E 100-57620-000-820 Improvements
    6/19/2008    043429    VERIZON WIRELESS                     $63.63   AMB CELL PHONES                    E 100-52200-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/19/2008    043430    VILLAGE OF LANNON                 $7,479.95   CLEAN WATER REV BONDS              E 620-58200-000-629 Interest--Debt to Lannon
    6/19/2008    043430    VILLAGE OF LANNON                $37,178.39   CLEAN WATER REV BONDS              G 620-29230 Lannon Debt Payable
    6/19/2008    043431    WATER QUALITY TESTING SERVICES      $288.00   TESTING                            E 610-53700-000-632 Treatment-Supplies &
    6/19/2008    043432    WAUKESHA CTY REG OF DEEDS-110        $11.00   QUIT CLAIM DEED                    E 100-51490-000-390 Expenses
    6/19/2008    043433    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148         $92,066.75   JULY POLICE SERVICES               E 100-52100-000-290 Contractual Fees
    6/19/2008    043433    WAUKESHA CTY TREAS-RM148            $121.00   MAY PRISONER HOUSING               E 100-52100-000-290 Contractual Fees
    6/19/2008    043434    WE ENERGIES                         $339.22   ELECTRIC                           E 610-53700-000-641 Operation Supplies &
    6/19/2008    043434    WE ENERGIES                       $8,393.15   ELECTRIC                           E 610-53700-000-952 Pumping-Power
    6/19/2008    043435    WE ENERGIES - ELECTRIC           $11,590.56   ELECTRIC                           E 620-53610-300-224 Utilities--Electric
    6/19/2008    043436    WE ENERGIES - EVERETT ST.           $980.14   ELECTRIC                           E 100-53311-000-224 Utilities--Electric
    6/19/2008    043436    WE ENERGIES - EVERETT ST.           $420.71   GAS                                E 100-53311-000-222 Utilities--Heat
    6/19/2008    043437    WE ENERGIES - GAS                 $2,323.89   GAS                                E 620-53610-300-222 Utilities--Heat
    6/19/2008    043438    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                   $20.00   RECORD CHECKS                      E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    6/19/2008    043438    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                   $10.00   RECORD CHECKS                      R 100-000-44124 Peddler's Licenses
    6/19/2008    043438    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                  $150.00   RECORD CHECKS                      R 100-000-44110 Liquor & Malt Beverages
    6/19/2008    043438    WI DEPT OF JUSTICE                   $40.00   RECORD CHECKS                      R 100-000-44120 Operator's Licenses
    6/19/2008    043439    WWOA                                 $20.00   6/11 REG JIM THALKE                E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/19/2008    043439    WWOA                                 $20.00   6/11 REG DENNIS WOLF               E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.29   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.30   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 100-53311-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.29   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 710-51491-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.29   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.29   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.30   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 100-52200-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.30   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 100-51510-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.30   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.            $48.30   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV                E 100-51420-000-390 Expenses
AGENDA

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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                     Amount Comments                         Account Descr
       Date
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.        $48.30   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV           E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043440    ALPHA TERRA SCIENCE, INC.        $48.29   COMM 32 PROGRAM DEV           E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043441    BATTERIES PLUS                   $75.98   7.5V NICD MOTOROLA            E 100-52200-000-246 Maint--Radio
    6/27/2008    043441    BATTERIES PLUS                   $29.99   3.6V LI ION                   E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043442    BRITSH CAR FIELD DAYS           $400.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $14.34   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $10.76   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING       $3.59   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $21.51   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $82.70   A/P CHECKS                    G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $21.51   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $82.70   PAYROLL CHECKS                G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $10.76   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING       $3.59   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $10.04   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING      $39.43   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING       $4.30   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043443    BUSINESS FORMS & ACCOUNTING       $3.59   PAYROLL CHECKS                E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                $23.51   SUPPLIES                      E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $7.84   SUPPLIES                      E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                $23.51   SUPPLIES                      E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                $47.03   SUPPLIES                      E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                $47.03   SUPPLIES                      E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $7.84   SUPPLIES                      E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $7.84   SUPPLIES                      E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                $21.95   SUPPLIES                      E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                $86.22   SUPPLIES                      E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                 $9.41   SUPPLIES                      E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043444    CORPORATE EXPRESS                $31.35   SUPPLIES                      E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043445    CORRUS, CHRIS                   $240.00   INSTRUCTOR HORSEBACK RIDING   E 250-55350-780-140 Program Instructors
    6/27/2008    043446    DAVIES WATER #1476               $54.00   VALVE WRENCH                  E 610-53700-000-654 Maint of Hydrants
    6/27/2008    043447    DEEKEN, LINDA                    $37.00   REFUND BABIES MUSIC CLASS     G 250-21100 Vouchers Payable
    6/27/2008    043448    DEPT. OF COMMERCE               $180.00   BLETCHER-CREDENTIAL RENEWAL   E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    6/27/2008    043449    DIETRICH, TIMOTHY               $100.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/27/2008    043450    DOCEA, FLORIN                   $120.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/27/2008    043451    DUST FREE                        $72.55   SUPPLIES                      E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/27/2008    043451    DUST FREE                       $237.00   JUNE CLEANING SERVICE         E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    6/27/2008    043451    DUST FREE                       $992.75   JUNE CLEANING SERVICE         E 100-51600-000-290 Contractual Fees
    6/27/2008    043452    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER   $984.00   GASOLINE                      G 100-16110 Inventory
    6/27/2008    043452    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER   $400.14   DIESEL                        G 100-16120 Diesel Inventory
    6/27/2008    043452    E.H. WOLF & SONS INC.-SLINGER   $392.74   MOWER-DIESEL                  E 100-55200-000-239 Maint -Gas & Diesel
    6/27/2008    043453    ECKERT DOOR COMPANY INC.        $147.00   DOOR REPAIR/ADJ               E 100-53311-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/27/2008    043454    EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCTS      $645.97   SUPPLIES                      E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
    6/27/2008    043455    EXCEL LD                         $11.26   PHONE                         E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/27/2008    043455    EXCEL LD                         $12.25   PHONE                         E 250-51600-000-220 Utilities--Telephone
    6/27/2008    043456    FLAG CENTER                     $653.41   FLAGS                         E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/27/2008    043457    FOX WELDING SUPPLY INC.          $92.80   OXYGEN                        E 100-52200-000-342 Oxygen & First Aid
    6/27/2008    043458    FREIHEIT, SUSAN                 $104.10   MILEAGE/ EXPENSES             E 100-51420-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043458    FREIHEIT, SUSAN                  $52.06   MILEAGE/ EXPENSES             E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
AGENDA

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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                    Amount Comments                          Account Descr
       Date
    6/27/2008    043458    FREIHEIT, SUSAN                  $52.06   MILEAGE/ EXPENSES             E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043459    HALQUIST STONE CO.               $84.33   STONE-FLOOD DAMAGE            E 100-53311-000-230 Maint--Street Materials
    6/27/2008    043460    HAWKINS, INC.                 $1,853.40   SOD SILICATE, SOD HYPO        E 610-53700-000-631 Treatment-Chemicals
    6/27/2008    043461    HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS, LTD.       $95.00   SWIVEL ADAPTER                E 610-53700-000-654 Maint of Hydrants
    6/27/2008    043462    KLUSMEYER, BARBARA              $300.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/27/2008    043463    KOWIS, KAYNE                     $77.27   MILEAGE-COACHES WORKSHOP      E 250-51421-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043464    L W ALLEN, INC.               $1,021.00   TRANSDUCER                    G 620-18335 Advance Treatment Equipment
    6/27/2008    043465    LAFORCE                          $28.00   PRIMUS KEYS                   E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    6/27/2008    043466    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE                $5.75   POLE BREAKER                  E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    6/27/2008    043466    MENARDS - PEWAUKEE               $55.33   GFI COVERS, ETC.              E 620-53610-100-249 Maint--General Plant
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $19.33   LIFE INS                      E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $16.93   LIFE INS                      E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $28.99   LIFE INS                      E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $34.84   LIFE INS                      E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $16.43   LIFE INS                      E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $48.87   LIFE INS                      E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $37.62   LIFE INS                      E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $18.09   LIFE INS                      E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                       $4.11   LIFE INS                      E 710-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $97.69   LIFE INS                      E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $83.04   LIFE INS                      E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $72.45   LIFE INS                      G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    6/27/2008    043467    METLIFE SBC                      $39.86   LIFE INS                      E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043468    NEENAH FOUNDRY                $1,445.20   MANHOLE FRAME                 E 410-57490-000-490 Other Building Materials
    6/27/2008    043468    NEENAH FOUNDRY                $1,445.20   MANHOLE FRAME                 G 610-19243 Trans & Dist Mains - Contribut
    6/27/2008    043468    NEENAH FOUNDRY               -$1,445.20   MANHOLE FRAME                 G 610-31100 Capital Paid in by Municipalit
    6/27/2008    043469    NORTH CENTRAL LAB                $98.51   SUPPLIES                      E 620-53610-300-420 Lab Supplies--Treatment
    6/27/2008    043470    NORTH SHORE ANALYTICAL          $250.00   TESTING                       E 620-53610-300-420 Lab Supplies--Treatment
    6/27/2008    043471    NORTH SHORE BANK, FSB           $898.71   DEFERRED COMPENSATION         G 100-21520 North Shore Withheld
    6/27/2008    043472    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.       $79.00   MAINT CONTRACT                E 250-51421-000-810 Equipment
    6/27/2008    043472    OFFICE COPYING EQUIP. LTD.       $31.19   COPY COSTS                    E 250-51421-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043473    ORGANIC ARTS LTD.               $100.00   7/16 SENIOR PARTY PERFORMER   E 250-54600-000-405 Program Expenses
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL             $103.10   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL              $28.13   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL               $9.38   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL              $56.25   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL              $56.25   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL               $9.38   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL              $28.13   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL              $37.50   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL               $9.38   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL              $26.25   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043474    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL              $11.25   POSTAGE METER LEASE           E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043475    PRO BARK                        $198.00   SHREDDED OAK                  E 100-51600-000-242 Maint--Bldg & Facilities
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                  $152.85   POSTAGE                       E 620-53610-100-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                  $152.85   POSTAGE                       E 610-53700-000-921 Office Supplies &
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                   $25.47   POSTAGE                       E 100-55200-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                   $76.42   POSTAGE                       E 100-53311-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                  $101.90   POSTAGE                       E 100-52400-000-390 Expenses
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                        Amount Comments                          Account Descr
       Date
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                       $25.47   POSTAGE                       E 100-52200-000-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                       $71.33   POSTAGE                       E 100-51510-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                      $280.24   POSTAGE                       E 100-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                       $30.57   POSTAGE                       E 100-51410-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                       $76.42   POSTAGE                       E 710-51491-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043476    PURCHASE POWER                       $25.47   POSTAGE                       E 640-51420-000-310 Office Supplies
    6/27/2008    043477    SCHMIDT, CATHY                      $100.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/27/2008    043478    SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT INC.            $105.00   REPAIR 4" WATER PUMP          E 620-53610-200-241 Maint--Collection System
    6/27/2008    043478    SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT INC.             $19.24   AIR FILTER, SPARK PLUG        E 620-53610-200-241 Maint--Collection System
    6/27/2008    043479    SF ANALYTICAL LABS INC              $272.00   TESTING                       E 620-53610-300-212 Outside Services
    6/27/2008    043480    SIGN EFFECTS LLC                     $40.00   BANNER CHANGES -4TH OF JULY   E 250-55202-000-393 Fourth of July
    6/27/2008    043481    SOERENS FORD                         $75.74   WHEEL ALIGNMENT               E 610-53700-000-933 Transportation Expenses
    6/27/2008    043481    SOERENS FORD                     $13,911.00   F150 FORD TRUCK               G 620-18373 Transportation Equipment
    6/27/2008    043482    SPENGLER, GERALD A.                  $37.02   MILEAGE                       E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043483    SUPER NOVA CORP                  $15,817.20   SIOSOLIDS TO STAB SITE        E 620-53610-300-430 Sludge Hauling
    6/27/2008    043484    TEICH, EVAN                          $80.80   MILEAGE                       E 100-51410-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043484    TEICH, EVAN                          $40.40   MILEAGE                       E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    6/27/2008    043484    TEICH, EVAN                          $40.40   MILEAGE                       E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043485    TOWN OF LISBON                      $865.61   APRIL & MAY COMPOST WORKER    E 100-53635-000-290 Contractual Fees
    6/27/2008    043486    TRINITY DEFENSE, LLC                $288.00   INSTRUCTOR SELF DEFENSE       E 250-55350-601-140 Program Instructors
    6/27/2008    043487    UNITED STATES FIRE PROTECTION       $150.00   REFUND DEPOSIT                G 100-23410 Park Rent Deposits
    6/27/2008    043487    UNITED STATES FIRE PROTECTION        $90.00   REFUND RESERVATION            R 100-999-48210 Park Rent
    6/27/2008    043488    WANDSNIDER, CHRISTOPHER              $70.00   EMT BASIC                     E 100-52200-000-324 Schooling & Dues
    6/27/2008    043489    WAUKESHA CTY PARK SYSTEM             $16.00   INSTRUCTOR KAYAK CLASS        E 250-55350-776-140 Program Instructors
    6/27/2008    043490    WE ENERGIES                      $10,208.69   ELECTRIC                      E 100-53420-000-224 Utilities--Electric
    6/27/2008    043491    WI SCTF                             $451.84   CHILD SUPPORT                 G 100-21555 Child Support
    6/27/2008    043492    WILL ENTERPRISES                  $1,156.54   REC T'SHIRTS                  E 250-55350-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043493    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-BUTLE    $1,678.62   TIRES AERIAL LADDER TRUCK     E 100-52200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    6/27/2008    043494    WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE-WAUK     $1,142.12   #2958 TIRES                   E 100-52200-000-244 Maint--Vehicle
    6/27/2008    043495    WOOD, PATRICIA                      $120.41   MILEAGE & EXPENSES            E 100-52100-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043496    ZTEC SYSTEMS                        $106.50   DURAKEY-PROGRAMMED            E 100-55200-000-298 Contract--Park
    6/27/2008    043497    GREATER MILWAUKEE CHAPTER APA        $20.00   MEMBERSHIP-D EVERS            E 100-51510-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043497    GREATER MILWAUKEE CHAPTER APA        $10.00   MEMBERSHIP-D EVERS            E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
    6/27/2008    043497    GREATER MILWAUKEE CHAPTER APA        $10.00   MEMBERSHIP-D EVERS            E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043498    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457         $1,636.79   DEFERRED COMPENSATION         G 100-21521 ICMA Withheld
    6/27/2008    043498    ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457           $477.76   DEFERRED COMPENSATION         G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    6/27/2008    043499    PFISTER, MEGHAN                      $54.00   REFUND GYMBOREE               R 250-511-46710 Registration Fees
    6/27/2008    043499    PFISTER, MEGHAN                     -$42.00   REFUND GYMBOREE               R 250-580-46710 Registration Fees
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $791.09   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 640-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $369.21   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 250-55350-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,736.77   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 100-52200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $2,386.56   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 100-55200-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,653.41   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 100-52400-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $388.19   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 250-51421-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $2,777.30   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 100-53311-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $1,366.71   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 100-51510-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $475.74   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 100-51410-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $190.43   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 710-51491-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                 $5,751.10   HEALTH INS #0436264           E 620-53610-100-130 Pension
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   Check/Recei
        pt       CHECK #   Search Name                           Amount Comments                    Account Descr
       Date
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $4,776.42    HEALTH INS #0436264     E 610-53700-000-926 Employee Pension &
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                   $2,504.50    HEALTH INS #0436264     G 100-14500 Due from Haass Library
    6/27/2008    043500    UNITED HEALTHCARE                     $664.93    HEALTH INS #0436264     E 100-51420-000-135 Employee Insurance
    6/27/2008    043501    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,     -$3,094.17    JUNE SERVICE            R 100-000-46435 Other Recycling Revenue
    6/27/2008    043501    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,      $7,702.08    JUNE SERVICE            E 100-53635-000-290 Contractual Fees
    6/27/2008    043501    VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE MIDWEST,     $23,838.48    JUNE SERVICE            E 100-53620-000-290 Contractual Fees
    6/27/2008    043502    VICTOREEN, GLORIA                       $8.00    REFUND COOKIE BOUQUET   R 250-570-46710 Registration Fees
    6/27/2008    043503    WMCA                                   $37.50    CONF REGISTRATION       E 620-53610-100-345 Supplies
    6/27/2008    043503    WMCA                                   $75.00    CONF REGISTRATION       E 100-51420-000-390 Expenses
    6/27/2008    043503    WMCA                                   $37.50    CONF REGISTRATION       E 610-53700-000-930 Misc General Expenses
                                                            $1,601,590.94
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Pauline Haass Public Library                                                  N64 W23820 Main Street, Sussex, WI
53089
                                                                               (262) 246-5180    FAX (262) 246-5236



         Director’s Report to Library Board- July, 2008
         July 9, 2008


         Agenda items
         Committee appointments Emil Glodoski will appoint committee members at this
         meeting. The committees are: Policy, Personnel, Budget & Finance, Building &
         Grounds, and Materials Selection & Internet Use Policies. The latter is separate from the
         Policy committee because these two policies are large and it splits the burden of policy
         review/revision between more Trustees.

         HVAC RFP bid opening committee report and consideration of contract Bids will
         be opened at 4:45 p.m. on July 9. The ad hoc committee will report on the bids and the
         full Board will consider the award of a contract.

         Re-piping proposal (deferred from June meeting) Bob Williams will bring a
         contract/letter of understanding to the meeting so that we can move forward with this
         project. You’ll recall that Posko Associates, with Fluid Handling, has requested
         permission to, at no cost to the library, re-pipe the solar equipment in order to provide for
         easier maintenance in the future (some valves are very difficult to reach), to streamline
         the look of the installation, and to move monitoring gauges onto one eye-level board
         instead of leaving them in their current various locations near the ceiling.

         Possible consideration of roofing bid documents It is possible, but not guaranteed that
         Ron Dorszynski will have bid documents ready for us by the meeting. If so, we can
         consider them at that time, or President Glodoski may want to charge the Building &
         Grounds Committee with examining and approving those documents for publication.
         Consideration of fee and fine increases Greatly increasing utility and mileage costs, as well as
         unexpected expenses for roof work, will make our 2008 budget very tight. 2009 is going to be more
         challenging, as the Village Board is currently asking their departments to submit budgets with a
         maximum 2% increase and the Town Board will also be looking at minimal, if any increases. This will
         mean that the library will need to make cuts in expenditures and look for ways to increase revenue.
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         Serving the Communities of Lisbon and Sussex
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         The following items are on the agenda for discussion. You will see that I am not necessarily
         advocating all of them, but I do think it is important that the Board discuss these issues and make
         decisions.

         1. Stop sending print overdue notices; just send a bill. Savings: $1600/year
            ($1400 postage + $200 for mailers). We now send 15% of our overdue notices by
            e-mail and the remainder by paper. The e-mail percentage is probably low
            because people who subscribe to e-mail notification of items coming due are less
            likely to have overdue items. Print overdue notices tend to be sent to the same
            families repeatedly; some appear to use them as a reminder service. Currently,
            we send one print overdue notice, followed by a bill. I propose that we eliminate
            the print overdue notice. Customers would still have three ways of knowing
            when their items are due: the printed due-date slip they get when checking out,
            which can be attached to a calendar; checking their account online; and signing
            up for e-mail notification of items coming due and overdue. Additionally, if
            someone checks out, the system produces an audible alert for staff to inform the
            customer that he/she has overdue items. I recommend that print overdue notices
            be eliminated as soon as possible, leaving 6 weeks (two checkout periods) to
            notify customers of the change.

         2. Increase meeting room rental charge for for-profit businesses from $50 to $60. We only
            have a few businesses use the room each year, so this would generate only about $30/year more.
            If this would be the only change made in meeting room charges (see item 3), it would not be
            worth the $30 to make the changes on our printed forms and website.

         3. Charge not-for-profit groups $5/day for meeting room use. The groups that currently use the
            room at no charge tend to be scout groups, a stitchery club, a pony club, 4 H, etc. Discussion
            needs to center on whether charging these groups fits the library’s mission of serving as a
            “gateway to lifelong learning and community engagement” and what we want the library’s role
            to be in the community. If we assume that groups will continue to use the room, this would
            generate about $1,000/year. This may be a large assumption since schools and churches allow
            the groups to meet for no charge.

         4. Increase fines for non-video items from 15 to 20 cents/item/day. We do not charge fines on
            children’s books because of the library’s mission to promote literacy; I’m not suggesting
            changing that. Of the 16 libraries in Waukesha County, only Waukesha Public charges 20
            cents/day for overdue books. We charge $1.00/day for video formats because our collection is
            limited and they are in high demand; it helps to get them returned on time. Sallie Ratelle, Head
            of Circulation, does not see the increase from 15 to 20 cents for non-video items as one that
            would cause great consternation with the public or problems for our staff. I recommend making
            this increase as soon as possible, leaving 6 weeks (two checkout periods) to notify customers of
            the change.

         5. Increase the NSF check fee from $16 (what the bank charges us) to $30. This will help pay
            for staff time in following up on these bad checks. $30 is what the Village of Sussex charges. I
            recommend making this change immediately.
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            6. Increase photocopier charge from 10 to 15 cents per copy. Historically, we kept this amount
               low so that people wouldn’t be motivated to avoid the cost by ripping out pages. Now, nearly all
               customers are copying personal items rather than library materials. I recommend making this
               change immediately.

            7. Increase the collection referral fee from $10 to $20. An account is referred to our collection
               firm, Unique Management, when a bill has been issued and not paid within 6 weeks. Accounts
               are sent to collections only if the value of the items is greater than $25. (Unique Management, in
               turn, sends accounts for adults to a credit reporting firm if their attempts to settle the account are
               not successful.) We pay the firm $8.95 per account. The $10 recoups that cost but does not
               cover staff time spent on monitoring and documenting the account.


         Discussion and consideration of 2009 budget issues As discussed above, the 2009 budget is going to
         be very challenging. I am still in the process of entering projections for expenditures for 2009, and will
         have more information for you at the Board meeting. At that time, I may need your input on prioritizing
         services to be cut.

         Consideration of Self-Check I will be asking the library’s Foundation, at their July 11 meeting, to
         consider funding the acquisition and installation costs of a Self-Check machine for the library. This
         would, of course, be dependent on Board approval of adding a Self-Check. The library’s 2008-2014
         Capital Needs Projection has a Self-Check slated for 2011, but the economic climate has changed
         greatly in the year since that plan was made and I feel the need to explore earlier acquisition in order to
         limit growth of the library’s circulation staff. I hope to have an answer from the Foundation before our
         Board meeting. The proposal that I sent to Foundation members is included in your packet.

         Consideration of movement of donor plaque and placement of Anhalt Society plaques When we
         acquire a Self-Check unit, the obvious location for it will be directly opposite the Check Out Desk. That
         wall now contains a bronze plaque listing donors. The Self-Check monitor would cover the lower half
         of the plaque. I would like you to consider moving that plaque next to the matching bronze plaque that
         is located above the interior book drops. This would involve drywall replacement because these are
         secured with very strong adhesive. The 2008 budget includes some interior re-painting and both of
         these areas were slated for that. Rich Lathrop could do the drywall replacement.

         Upon further investigation of the outer lobby wall site that the Foundation president and I had selected
         for placement of the Anhalt Society plaques, it’s evident to me that the plaques would quickly be
         damaged by sunlight. The bench in that area is bleached and dried looking. I don’t know how I missed
         that earlier. We have a dearth of spots for wall hangings. The Anhalt plaques would fit nicely above the
         Self-Check monitor, because they are much smaller than the bronze plaque, so I suggest putting them on
         that wall across from the Check Out Desk.

         Review of portion of Library Space Needs Report At the June Board meeting, it was agreed that I
         would review a portion of the report at each meeting, until we have discussed the report in its entirety.

         Resolution thanking Don Behrens Board President Glodoski will present a resolution
         honoring and thanking Don Behrens for his 7 years of dedicated service as a Library
         Trustee.
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              Director’s evaluation Trustees have completed evaluation forms and returned them to the Personnel
              Committee, which met on July 7 to discuss the compiled results. The Board will go into closed session
              for the report of the Committee, which will include a recommendation for 2009 compensation.

For future agendas: I plan to have a draft investment policy for the September or October meeting, after budget work is
completed.


              Services
              During the month of June:
                  • Library staff checked out 31,229 items to customers: an average of 140 items per
                      hour open.
                  • At the end of June, the library had been open 36 fewer hours (2.4%) in 2008 than
                      at this time in 2007. Because of that, circulation was a bit lower than at this time
                      last year, but was reduced by only 2%. The circulation per hour open has
                      increased in 2008.
                  • Librarians helped 1,194 people with reference questions.
                  • People used the building 13,651 times, according to our counter.
                  • 767 people attended programs offered by the library.
                  • Adults and teens used the Internet 1,511 times.
                  • The library received 551 purchased items to add to the collection, for a year-to-
                      date total of 3,159.
                  • Pauline Haass Public Library sent 2,041 PHPL-owned items to other CAFÉ
                      libraries to fill holds and received 1,782 items owned by other CAFÉ libraries to
                      fill our customers’ holds. We loaned 55 items to libraries outside of CAFÉ and
                      received 72 from non-CAFÉ libraries.
                  • The meeting rooms were used 28 times.
                  • Librarians provided individualized 30-minute computer instruction for 5
                      customers.

                   As of July 7, 877 younger children and 325 teens had registered for the Summer
                   Reading Program. Keeping children reading over the summer prevents their reading
                   skills from slipping during the break from school, while introducing them to new
                   ideas and information.

                   Ralph Illick, Head of Adult Services, is experimenting with a book discussion group
                   aimed, but not restricted to, men. Their first meeting was in June. Attendance was
                   just 3, but we hope to see this grow over time. Ralph and I will reevaluate the group
                   in six months.

              Building & Grounds
              Tom Posko will not be attending the upcoming Board meeting. I have included his e-
              mail in your packet. Essentially, he is not invoicing us for Mike Wilbourn’s latest work,
              and contends that much of what Mike did was to complete work that Butters-Fetting
              should have done.
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         The Village had to destroy the catch basin cover in the parking lot in order to remove it to
         fix the leak that was causing the hole in the parking lot. We now have a new cover and a
         patched hole. I hope that the problem is resolved.

         People
         James Edmond, principal of Woodside Elementary School, will be replacing Don
         Behrens on the Library Board. Both will be attending our July meeting, to ease the
         transition. I know that we all regret losing Don to retirement, because his has been a
         voice of impartial reason on the Board, and his thoughts were always met with great
         respect. I look forward to meeting and working with James who, like Don, can bring an
         outside-the-community perspective to library issues.

         Twenty three people attended the Youth Services department’s orientation for summer
         volunteers. We rely heavily on volunteers for help with the Summer Reading Program
         (stamping reading logs and awarding prizes), Garden Storytime, and various
         performances for children.

         The area where we use the most volunteer help is in Technical Services. In June, for
         example, twelve volunteers donated 85.5 hours of their time to mend books, replace
         illegible spine labels, repackage materials so that they use less shelf space, and clean AV
         materials.

         Continuing Education
         Four department heads and I attended a workshop titled “Maintaining a Positive and Motivating Work
         Environment.” It turned out to focus on the importance of humor and fun in the workplace: something
         that we have no problem with. At the midway break, we left after agreeing that our time was better
         spent back at the library, working.

         I attended a “Directors Forum” for public library directors from Waukesha and Milwaukee counties.
         The facilitator helped us discuss common issues and share what has worked for us. This was the first
         time something like this has been offered locally and it gave directors confidential sounding boards for
         thorny issues.

         Budget
         Just a reminder of the schedule for our budget process:
                 I will draft a budget to present to the Budget Committee during the week of August 4-8. The
                 Committee will consider my draft budget, and to make recommendations for changes to that.
                 I will make changes to the proposed budget based on the Budget Committee input, and will
                 include the latest draft in the August Board packets, which will be mailed approximately August
                 14.
                 At the August 20 Board meeting, you will discuss the proposed budget and approve it with or
                 without changes.
                 I will make any necessary changes and print copies for the joint budget meeting.
                 The Library Board and I will meet with the Town Supervisors, Jeff Musche, Sussex Trustees,
                 and Evan Teich some evening between August 25 and 28. The meeting will be purely
                 informational; the municipalities will not be ready at that point to make a decision on the
                 library’s budget
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         Other
         The following pieces are from the Waukesha County Federated Library System’s Trustee Connection
         June, 2008 newsletter

                 County Residents Like Public Libraries. They really do!
                 Waukesha citizens are very satisfied with the services provided by the public libraries in
                 the Waukesha County Federated Library System, according to a public opinion survey
                 conducted by the Survey Research Center, UW-Extension at UW-River Falls.

                 People living in jurisdictions with a library view public libraries in Waukesha County the
                 same than those living in jurisdictions without a public library. Responses from both
                 groups were nearly the same to all questions. The existence (or not) of a library in a
                 respondent’s jurisdiction doesn’t affect their satisfaction with or support for additional
                 public funding for libraries in Waukesha County.

                 Those without a library are more likely to say that compared to other tax-supported
                 services, libraries are at the top of their list; compared to other professionals, librarians
                 are also at the top of their list. In fact, compared to other tax-supported services, of the
                 80% of survey respondents who provided a rating, about 50% rated public library
                 services at the top of tax-supported services.

                 A copy of the report is available online at www.wcfls.lib.wi.us/survey .

                 Libraries contribute significantly to Wisconsin's economy
                 Wisconsin public libraries contribute more than $4 for every dollar taxpayers invest,
                 according to an economic impact research commissioned by the Department of Public
                 Instruction.

                 This research showed the total economic contribution of Wisconsin public libraries is
                 more than $750 million every year. The return on investment in library services is $4.06
                 for each dollar of taxpayer investment.

                 The report "The Economic Contribution of Wisconsin Public Libraries to the Economy of
                 Wisconsin" is available on the Department of Public Instruction’s Economic Impact of
                 Public Libraries webpage http://dpi.wi.gov/pld/econimpact.html.
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                               STATISTICS FOR MONTH OF JUNE, 2008


                                                         June             YTD    YTD 2007     % change
  TOTAL CIRCULATION                                     31229           160470     163709        -2.0%
  HOURS OPEN                                            222.5             1456       1492        -2.4%


  HOLDS FILLED FOR PHPL BY OTHER CAFÉ LIBRARIES:                 1782
  HOLDS FILLED FOR OTHER CAFÉ LIBRARIES BY PHPL:                 2041


                        TOTAL CIRC:            Sussex   Lisbon          Other      TOTAL           2007
                                                13964     9349           7916       31229         31379

  Cards issued:                         175

  Reference questions answered:         1194


  Library visits this month:            13651


  Interlibrary loans:
                           Received: 72
                            Loaned: 55

  Materials purchased:                  551
  (year to date total:)                 3159

  Study Room usage
                                Adult: 114


  Meeting Room Use:
            Quad Room
                          nonprofit:    19
                          for profit:   0
         Small meeting room
                          nonprofit:    9
                          for profit:   0




                                                                                 Pauline Haass Public Library
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                      STATISTICS FOR MONTH OF JUNE, 2008



  PROGRAM ATTENDANCE
  Family storytime attendance: 165 (2 sessions)
  Garden storytime attendance: 183 (2 sessions)
  K/1st Grade Book Club: 25 (1 session)
  2nd/3rd Grade Book Discussion: 33 (2 sessions)
  4th/5th Grade Book Discussion: 17 (1 session)
  6th/7th grade Book Discussion: 16 (1 session)
  8th/9th Grade Book Discussion: 11 (1 session)
  10th-12th Grade Book Discussion: 7 (1 session)
  Library Zone: 19 (1 session)
  Just Teens: 61 (2 sessions)
  Youth Services Volunteer Orientation: 23
  David Stokes program (Monday SRP): 113
  Wise Guy & His Gal (Monday SRP): 79
  TOTAL CHILDREN'S PROGRAM ATTENDANCE: 752
  Mystery Bookclub: 5
  Afternoon Bookclub: 7
  Men's Bookclub: 3
  TOTAL ADULT PROGRAM ATTENDANCE: 15

              INTERNET USE:     1511




                                                     Pauline Haass Public Library
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         Minutes of May 21, 2008 Board meeting
         Pauline Haass Public Library

         Called to order at 6:05 p.m.

         Roll call: Behrens, Bletcher, Coe, Williams present. Baker, Glodoski, Plotecher absent. Also
         present: Kathy Klager, library director; Ron Dorszynski of Skyline Technical LLC; Len Anhalt;
         Anders Dahlgren, library consultant.

         Williams presided in the absence of board president Glodoski and vice-president Baker.

         Corrected minutes of March 19, 2008 board meeting and April 16, 2008 board meeting accepted
         by Coe/Behrens motion.

         Comments from citizens present: none

         New Business: Ron Dorszynski of Skyline Technical LLC presented a report on the roofing
         situation. He has written specifications for both repair and replacement of the roof. He will
         gather prices for both and get those to the board to consider at its June meeting.

         Remaining New Business items will be considered later in the meeting.

         Unfinished Business: Consultant Anders Dahlgren presented his draft report on future space
         needs of the library, followed by board discussion. The final report will be forwarded to both
         municipalities.

         Remaining Unfinished Business items will be considered later in the meeting.

         Communications received by Board members or Director: Klager received a proposal for HVAC
         controls from Posko Associates too late to be included on the agenda. It will be considered at the
         June meeting.

         Financial report: accepted as presented.

         Prepaid bills in the amount of $4,737.01 and May 2008 bills in the amount of $20,666.49 were
         accepted by Behrens/Coe motion; carried.

         Director’s report: Klager reviewed items in her written report. In addition, she reported on a
         recently developed sink hole in the library’s parking lot. She has notified the Village Engineer of
         the problem, since it is adjacent to a catch basin.

         Committee Reports: The Nominating Committee’s report on the slate of officers will be
         postponed until the June meeting.

         Unfinished Business: board members discussed the HVAC maintenance RFP. Following
         discussion, Behrens/Coe motion to accept the RFP as presented, with deadline dates yet to be
         determined, and appoint a proposal evaluating committee composed of Williams, Glodoski,
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         former board member Ralph Benka, and Assistant Village Administrator Jeremy Smith. Motion
         carried.

         New Business: The re-piping proposal from Fluid Handling will be considered in June.

         Klager presented a proposed change to the Internet Use Policy. The change would alter the policy
         sentence that says children under age 12 may not use the Internet terminals in the adult area of
         the library unless “accompanied by an adult” to “unless sharing a single terminal with a
         supervising adult” in order to clarify the intent. Behrens/Coe motion to accept new policy
         wording; carried.

         Klager presented a resolution recognizing former board member Ralph Benka’s service to the
         library. Williams/Bletcher motion to accept the resolution as presented; carried.

         Following discussion of ways to honor Len Anhalt’s contributions to the PHPL Foundation,
         Klager was directed to develop a resolution for review at the June meeting.

         Meeting adjourned at 8:36 p.m. by Coe/Behrens motion.

                                                                    Respectfully submitted,

                                                                    Kathy Klager
                                                                    Asst. Board Secretary

         Minutes prepared by Mary Olson, Administrative Assistant
         Minutes approved by Library Board June 18, 2008
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 Pauline Haass Public Library                                                N64 W23820 Main Street, Sussex, WI
 53089
                                                                          (262) 246-5180    FAX (262) 246-5236



                                             AGENDA

                                Pauline Haass Public Library Board

                                     Wednesday, July 16, 2008
                                              6:30 p.m.
                               Library’s small meeting room, off lobby




         1) Roll call

         2) Consideration of minutes of:
            a) June 16, 2008 Board meeting
            b) July 7, 2008 Special Board meeting (consideration of Skyline Technical proposal)
            c) July 7, 2008 Personnel Committee meeting

         3) Comments from citizens present

         4) Communications received by Board members or Director

         5) Financial report

         6) Action on bills

         7) Director’s report on library services, legislative issues, staffing, funding, continuing
            education, building issues, technology, planning, Friends of the Library and
            Foundation activities, legal issues, and budget.

         8) Committee Reports
            The ad hoc HVAC bid opening committee will report under New Business.
            The Personnel Committee will report in closed session under New Business.

         9) Unfinished Business
            None

                                                                        continued on following page

                        Serving the Communities of Lisbon and Sussex
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         10) New Business

            a. Committee appointments

            b. Consideration of award of HVAC preventative maintenance contract
               The ad hoc HVAC bid opening committee will report on bid results.

            c. Consideration of contract/letter of intent for re-piping proposal by Fluid Handling
               (Williams)

            d. Consideration of roofing bid documents, if available

            e. Consideration of fee and fine increases

            f. Discussion and consideration of 2009 budget issues

            g. Consideration of acquisition of Self-Check unit

            h. Consideration of movement of donor plaque and reconsideration of placement of
               Anhalt Society plaques

            i. Ongoing review of portion of Library Space Needs Report

            j. Resolution honoring Dr. Donald Behrens

            k. Motion (with roll call vote) to convene into Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin
               Statute 19.85(1)(c) “Considering employment, promotion, compensation or
               performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the
               governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility,” specifically the
               Director’s evaluation and a recommendation on the Director’s compensation for
               2009.

            l. Motion to reconvene in open session (with roll call vote) according to Section
               19.85(2) Wis. Stats., for any necessary action resulting from the closed session.

            m. Action on Personnel Committee’s recommendation of Director’s 2009
               compensation


         11) Items for future agenda

         12) Adjournment


                                                                      continued on following page
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                                                                     Emil Glodoski, President


                                                                     ____________________
                                                                     Kathy Klager, Director



         Trustees: Please notify Kathy Klager by 10 a.m., Tuesday, July 15, if you will be
         unable to attend.

         Note: Please notify the library 72 hours in advance if you plan to attend and will need an
         interpreter or assistive hearing device.
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                                                   MEMORANDUM

         TO:            Plan Commission

         FROM:          Chapter 18 Committee Members

         RE:            Recommended revisions to Chapter 18 Land Division and Development Ordinance,
                        Section 17.0414(F) SF-RD-3 Setback and Yards and Road Widths

         DATE:          May 20, 2008

         The “Chapter 18” Committee reviewed several sections of the code that needed clarification and
         amendments to current practices. The committee did not have a final recommendation on Section
         18.0807 Sidewalks, however options have been proposed to the Plan Commission to review and
         give a final recommendation as to the option to include the code.

         The Chapter 18 committee is recommending the following revision to the Land Division and
         Development Ordinance

         Chapter 18, Section 18.0301A revision recommendation:

         18.0301A       PROTECTED TREE PRESERVATION PLAN

         Prior to the pre-filing staff conference, the developer shall submit a protected tree preservation plan,
         which shall be considered by the Village Tree Board. No preliminary plat shall be filed unless a
         tree preservation plan has been approved by the Village Tree Board.
         1. Requirements of Protected Tree Preservation Plan. The protected tree preservation plan shall list
         all protected trees on the site proposed for development. Protected trees include all trees with a
         diameter of three (3) inches or greater (measured 4.5 feet above grade, (dbh) and a height of eight
         (8) feet or higher. The list shall include species, height, and Diameter at Breast Height for each
         protected tree. The plan shall also include a site layout of existing protected trees and those
         scheduled for removal. The protected tree preservation plan goal is the preservation of at least           Deleted: shall outline the
         ninety (90) percent of protected trees on site.

         Summary of Changes:
         This section is being adjusted to reflect the reality that mandating protection of 90% of the protected
         trees is unrealistic. It would prevent development on almost any wooded lot. The goal of a tree
         preservation plan is not to stop development, but to protect a majority of the canopy and ensure the
         replacement of trees for those that need to be removed. This change will also affect Chapter 27 and
         the design standards of the Village.




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         Chapter 18, Section 18.0703 revision recommendation:

         18.0703        STREET, BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN WAY DESIGN STANDARDS

                         The minimum right-of-way and roadway width of all proposed streets and alleys
         shall be as specified by the comprehensive plan, comprehensive plan component, official map,
         neighborhood development study; or jurisdictional highway system plan; or if no width is specified
         therein, the minimum widths are outlined in the Village of Sussex Development requirements..             Deleted: shall be as shown on Table 1
         Street sections are for standard arterial streets only. Cross-sections for freeways, expressways and
         parkways should be based upon detailed engineering studies. If the Village Plan Commission
         determines that a permanent rural cross-section may be used, the minimum right-of-way and
         roadway widths are outlined in the Village of Sussex Development requirements. In addition:              Deleted: set forth in Table 1 shall apply


                 (A)    Cul-de-Sac Streets designed to have one end permanently closed shall not exceed
         750 feet in length. Cul-de-Sac Streets without a center planting island shall terminate in a teardrop    Deleted: The Village Plan Commission
                                                                                                                  may approve the construction of a cul-de-
         turnaround having a minimum right-of-way of sixty (60) feet and a minimum outside curb radius of         sac without a center-planting island.
         forty-eight (48) feet. Cul-de-Sac streets designed with a center-planting island shall have a            Deleted: to have one (1) end
         minimum right-of-way radius of ninety (90) feet and a minimum outside pavement radius of                 permanently closed shall terminate in a
                                                                                                                  teardrop turnaround
         seventy-five (75) feet. The circumferential pavement around the center-planting island shall be a
         minimum of thirty (30) feet in width.                                                                    Deleted: . The turnaround


                         (B)     Temporary Termination of streets intended to be extended at a later date shall
         be accomplished with a temporary cul-de-sac in accordance with the standards set forth above, or
         upon approval of the Village Engineer may be by construction of a temporary 'T' intersection thirty-     Deleted: Plan Commission
         three (33) feet in width and thirty-three (33) feet in length abutting the right-of-way lines of the
         access street on each side.

                         (C)    Roadway Elevations. Elevations of roadways passing through floodplain
         areas shall be designed in the following manner:
                                1.      Arterial highways shall be designed so the 50-year recurrence interval
         flood will not overtop them.
                                2.      Collectors and local streets shall be designed so they will not be
         overtopped by the 25 year recurrence interval flood.                                                     Deleted: 10


         Summary of Changes:
         This sections changes are being made to reference the correct exhibits for roadway widths, promote
         cul-de-sac streets without center islands, let the Village Engineer decide about the appropriateness
         of temporary turn arounds, and ensure roadways are designed to handle larger storm events.




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         Chapter 18, Section 18.0704(F) is recommended to be added for a definition of the following:

         18.0704        (F)    Round Abouts are a traffic calming device and is an appropriate
                               alternative to many four way intersections. The design standards can
                               be found in our Development Requirements.

         Summary of Changes:
         This section is being added to provide a standard detail for round abouts and include such options in
         the code for handling traffic intersections. It is important for our standards to include all the
         modern day options available to design to follow best practices in the way of engineering and
         planning.

         Chapter 18, Section    18.0807 Sidewalks, the following options are recommended for the Plan
         Commission to give direction on:

         18.0807        SIDEWALKS
                        Concrete sidewalks are required on both sides of all streets in a development unless a
         waiver is granted as set forth in this Ordinance. The construction of all sidewalks shall be in
         accordance with the above general requirements.

         The committee recommends the following options to be considered:


         18.0807         SIDEWALKS
                         Concrete sidewalks are required in a development as follows:
                         Arterial streets – both sides
                         Collector – 1 side
                         Local streets – 1 side
                         Cul-de-sacs – None
         Plan Commission can waive or require additional sidewalks with a ¾ vote of members seated if the
         Plan Commission finds that:
            A. Pedestrian amenities such as parks, commerce centers, or other public spaces require
         additional pedestrian access for public safety, and connectivity, or
            B. Site topography and or environmental protected areas are present that that the installation of a
         sidewalk would cause undue harm to the environment and that alternative pedestrian access and
         safety has been provided at the location, or
           C. The Site plan provides an alternative pedestrian transportation plan that accomplishes the same
         goal of a sidewalk and provides safe legal access from each residence and for the public to the
         larger sidewalk/trail network of the Village through the development.

         The construction of all sidewalks shall be in accordance with general requirements in section
         18.0806.




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         Summary of Changes:
         This section is being amended to reflect current practice and make it clear on where sidewalks
         should be installed. The Committee could not agree on a single recommendation. Current practice
         would be more closely associated with Option A. The ¾ waiver requirement is meant to make the
         Plan Commission strongly consider any requests for changes from the policy before granting such a
         request (i.e. there is a park on the street, etc.). Either of the changes will provide for greater clarity
         and consistency.

         Chapter 18 Section 18.0809 Storm Water Management Facilities

                        (A)      Unpaved Road Ditches and street gutters shall be permitted only by approval
                        of the Plan Commission and shall be shaped and seeded and/or sodded as grassed
                        waterways. Where the velocity of flow is in excess of four (4) feet per second on soils       Formatted: Strikethrough
                        having a severe or very severe erosion hazard and in excess of six (6) feet per second
                        on soils having moderate, slight, or very slight erosion hazard, the developer shall
                        install a paved invert or check dams, flumes, or other energy dissipating devices.

         Summary of Changes:
         This section was changed to take detailed flow and engineering standards out of Chapter 18 and
         place them in the Development Requirements. It allows for greater consistency that all the detailed
         engineering standards are kept in one location and prevents conflicts between the documents as
         standards change.

         Chapter 18, Section 18.0814 revision recommendation:

         18.0814                  STREET TREES
                         In all urban developments, the developer shall plant at least one (1) tree of an
         approved species each forty (40) feet of frontage on all streets proposed to be dedicated. The tree          Deleted: sixty (60)
         shall be at least eight (8) feet in height and one and two and one-half (2-1/2) inches in diameter at        Deleted: six (6)
         breast height (dbh). Tree planting shall be completed in accordance with plans and specifications            Deleted: one-half (1-1/2)
         approved by and at such time as directed by the Village Board. The placement and selection of
         street trees, however, should not hamper or interfere with solar access to natural light and air for
         nearby lots. Such tree planting may be deferred until after construction of the building on each
         parcel or lot.

         Summary of Changes:
         This section is being amended based upon guidance from the industry. Staff was approached by
         several landscaping firms as they prepared plans for development in the Village that our standards
         were behind the times. Based upon a review the staff found that indeed the modern day practice
         was 30 feet of width for street trees and two and one half inch dbh for those trees. Staff felt,
         however, that 30 feet would be to close as trees matured as the Village’s goal was not to provide a
         complete tree canopy as a 30 foot separation would produce. This may also change the design
         standards and Chapter 27.




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         Chapter 18, Section      18.0902 Phasing, revision recommendation:

         18.0902                PHASING

         Residential Developments

         (A). Public Improvement Phasing. The Village Board may permit the construction and
         installation of public improvements in phases corresponding to the development phases of a final
         plat.

         (B). Single Family Development Phasing. Developer’s shall follow the following scale in
         phasing in their developments. except that no phase may contain more than forty (40) lots per year.      Formatted: Font: Times New
                                                                                                                  Roman, Font color: Auto, Not
                                                                                                                  Expanded by / Condensed by
                                Total Lots             Percentage of Lots Allowed To Develop
                                                                                                                  Formatted: Font: Times New
                                300 and more lots      10% per year                                               Roman, Font color: Auto, Not
                                250 to 299             12% per year                                               Expanded by / Condensed by
                                200 to 249             15% per year                                               Formatted: Font: Times New
                                                                                                                  Roman, Font color: Auto, Not
                                150 to 199             20% per year                                               Expanded by / Condensed by
                                100 to 149             25% per year
                                                                                                                  Deleted: 11
                                50 to 99               33% per year
                                                                                                                  Deleted: 12
                                16 to 49               50% per year
                                                                                                                  Deleted: 15
                                15 or less             100%
                                                                                                                  Deleted: 20

                                The Village Administrator may adjust the number of lots in a phase if failure     Deleted: 30
         to do so would result in a development phase having less than twelve (12) lots in a year. If an          Deleted: 40
         adjustment is made it shall be spread over the entire span of the development and no one phase may
         exceed forty (40) lots due to the adjustment.                                                            Deleted: thirty (30)


     (C).     Multi-Family and Condominium Development Phasing. Developer’s shall follow the
       following scale in phasing their developments except that no phase may contain more than forty
       (40) buildings per year. One building may have 1 or more units in said building.

                                        Total buildings         Percentage of buildings allowed to develop
                                300 and more buildings          10% per year
                                250 to 299                      12% per year
                                200 to 249                      15% per year
                                150 to 199                      20% per year
                                100 to 149                      25% per year
                                50 to 99                        33% per year
                                16 to 49                        50% per year
                                15 or less                      100%

         The Village Administrator may adjust the number of buildings in a phase if failure to do so would
         result in a development phase having less than twelve (12) lots in a year. If an adjustment is made it
         shall be spread over the entire span of the development and no one phase may exceed forty (40)
         buildings due to the adjustment.


         Summary of Changes:
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         This section was changed to have a mathematically consistent range, and to reference condo
         projects that were not defined as to how to phase. The original phasing ordinance left gaps between
         the years meaning a development would jump from one year to three years if it passed from 15 to
         16. The definition of how to treat condo developments also provides for consistent application over
         time. Phasing for Condominium Developments has been added.


         Chapter 17 Section 17.0414(F) SF-RD-3

                        17.0414      F.       Setback and Yards

                               (1)     There shall be a minimum setback of 30 feet from the street
                                       right-of-way. The Plan Commission may reduce the minimum
                                       setback to 20 feet from the back of curb and 1 foot from the
                                       right-of-way as long as the Plan Commission finds that
                                       A. The site design allows for two parked cars for each unit to            Formatted: Indent: First line: 0"
                                       be parked in the driveway itself and not blocking the roadway
                                       or a public sidewalk
                                       B. The Building size and locations will not adversely affect
                                       public safety with the closer setbacks
                                       C. The landscaping and building styles for the site will
                                       adequately provide the pedestrian scale design that
                                       collaborates with the closer setbacks                                     Deleted: .
                               (2)     There shall be a side yard on each side of all buildings of not
                                       less than 30 feet. The Plan Commission may require                        Deleted: 25
                                       additional building setbacks for buildings with more than two
                                       family attached dwellings.
                               (3)     There shall be a rear yard of not less than 25 feet.
                               (4)     There shall be a minimum shore yard of 75 feet from the
                                       ordinary highwater mark of any navigable body of water. In
                                       addition, no building or structure shall be located closer than
                                       15 feet to an F-1 Floodway District, F-2 Floodplain
                                       Conservancy District, or LCO Lowland Conservancy Overlay
                                       District boundary.
         Summary of Changes:
         As the Village changed its policies from not allowing private streets the code needed to be reviewed
         for how condo setbacks were handled. Condo developments in SFRD-3 are 1-4 unit buildings.
         This also happens to be the zoning district anticipated to be relied upon for the future condo areas.

         Recommendation for revision to the Development Requirements of Typical 60’ R.O.W.
         with regards to road widths.

         The current standard is 37’ back to back. The committee reviewed and discussed the current
         standards and what is happening throughout the country with road widths. The Committee
         recommends 33’ back to back become the model road width for the Village.

         Summary of Changes
         The Fire Chief has stated he would like the widths to remain the same, but that he could live
         with 35’ wide roadways. The Chief’s stated goal was to have the ladder truck deployed and
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         still get the ambulance around it with parked cars in the way. Such a width is 8’ for each
         parked car (16’ total), 10’ for the ambulance and 16’ for the deployed ladder truck. Such a
         road width is actually 42’.

         The Village Engineer discussed why many communities have a 28’ wide roadway or less
         standard for local roads. The Village Engineer, however, recommended a 33” wide roadway
         width because of the stated goal of narrowing road widths to slow traffic, make for more
         efficient plowing operations (one pass each way vs current two), lower long term
         maintenance costs, and more room in the right of way for utilities.

         To accomplish the Fire Chief’s goal you would need a road width of 42’. Such a width is 8’
         for each parked car (16’ total), 10’ for the ambulance and 16’ for the deployed ladder truck.
         Even with small vehicles at 7’ wide you need 40’. At 37’ the goal could not be
         accomplished as there would only be 5’ for the ambulance to get through.

         At 33’ wide with two parked cars (16’) you have 17’ in the middle for the ladder truck to
         deploy. It is true that if there were parked cars on both sides of the road at the exact location
         where the ladder truck deployed the ambulance couldn’t get through from that direction.

         This brings up a key to successful community design that for public safety purposes the
         roadways should be interconnected and have as few cul-de-sac streets as prudent. The more
         access points the easier access for public safety equipment. Of additional merit is restricting
         parking at the turning radius of roadways and intersections so that large fire equipment can
         gain access to subdivisions easily. A final comment is that sprinkling of buildings provides
         the greatest safety response for fires in structures. Please see the diagrams of roadway
         widths for more information.

         Any changes would be a recommendation to the Public Works Committee for changes in the
         Village of Sussex Development Requirements.




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         STATE OF WISCONSIN              VILLAGE OF SUSSEX              WAUKESHA COUNTY

                                      ORDINANCE NO._________

             AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL AND RECREATE 18.0301(A)(1) ENTITLED
            PROTECTED TREE PRESERVATION PLAN, TO REPEAL AND RECREATE
          SECTION 18.0703 INTRODUCTORY PARAGRAPH AND SUBSECTIONS (A) (B)
               (C) ENTITLED STREET, BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN WAY DESIGN
            STANDARDS; AND TO CREATE SECTION 18.0704 (F) ENTITLED STREET
           INTERSECTION ROUND ABOUTS; TO REPEAL AND RECREATE SECTION
            18.0807 ENTITLED SIDEWALKS; TO REPEAL AND RECREATE SECTION
          18.0809 ENTITLED STORM WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITIES; TO REPEAL
           AND RECREATE SECTION 18.0814 ENTITLED STREET TREES; TO REPEAL
         AND RECREATE SECTION 18.0902(B) ENTITLED DEVELOPMENT PHASING OF
           THE PHASING SECTION; AND TO CREATE SECTION 18.0902(C) ENTITLED
                   MULTIFAMILY CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT PHASING;

         WHEREAS, the Village of Sussex Plan Commission has initiated an amendment to the
         Village of Sussex Chapter 18 Land Division and Development Ordinance; and

         WHEREAS, the Village of Sussex Plan Commission has recommended to the Village of
         Sussex Village Board that the amendment be granted to the Village of Sussex Chapter 18
         Land Division and Development Ordinance; and

         WHEREAS, upon receipt of the Village Plan Commission’s recommendation, the Village
         Board held a public hearing on ___________________, 2008, as required by Section
         236.45 of the Wisconsin State Statue, after providing due notice;and

         WHEREAS, following the public hearing, and upon due consideration of the
         recommendation from the Plan Commission, the Village Board finds that the public
         necessity, convenience, welfare and good practice requires that the amendment to the
         Land Division and Development Ordinance be granted as recommended by the Plan
         Commission;

         WHEREAS, the Village Board Members are committed to aligning the Village of Sussex
         Land Division and Development Ordinance with opportunities to support growth that
         meet current needs without jeopardizing public safety or welfare.

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


         SECTION 1. Section 18.0301(A) entitled “Protected Tree Preservation Plan” is hereby
         repealed and recreated to read as follows:

         18.0301(A )   PROTECTED TREE PRESERVATION PLAN

                       1. Requirements of Protected Tree Preservation Plan. The protected tree


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                       preservation plan shall list all protected trees on the site proposed for
                       development. Protected trees include all trees with a diameter of three (3)
                       inches or greater (measured 4.5 feet above grade, (dbh) and a height of
                       eight (8) feet or higher. The list shall include species, height, and
                       Diameter at Breast Height for each protected tree. The plan shall also
                       include a site layout of existing protected trees and those scheduled for
                       removal. The protected tree preservation plan goal is the preservation of at     Deleted: shall outline the
                       least ninety (90) percent of protected trees on site.




         SECTION 2. Section 18.0703 Introductory Paragraph and Subsections (A) (B) (C)
         entitled “Street, Bicycle and Pedestrian Way Design Standards” are hereby repealed and
         recreated to read as follows:

         18.0703       STREET, BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN WAY DESIGN STANDARDS

                       The minimum right-of-way and roadway width of all proposed streets and
                       alleys shall be as specified by the comprehensive plan, comprehensive plan
                       component, official map, neighborhood development study; or jurisdictional
                       highway system plan; or if no width is specified therein, the minimum
                       widths are outlined in the Village of Sussex Development requirements..          Deleted: shall be as shown on Table 1
                       Street sections are for standard arterial streets only. Cross-sections for
                       freeways, expressways and parkways should be based upon detailed
                       engineering studies. If the Village Plan Commission determines that a
                       permanent rural cross-section may be used, the minimum right-of-way and
                       roadway widths are outlined in the Village of Sussex Development                 Deleted: set forth in Table 1 shall apply
                       requirements. In addition:
                       (A)     Cul-de-Sac Streets designed to have one end permanently closed
                               shall not exceed 750 feet in leght. Cul-de-Sac Streets without a         Deleted: The Village Plan Commission
                                                                                                        may approve the construction of a cul-de-
                               center planting island shall terminate in a teardrop turnaround          sac without a center-planting island.
                               having a minimum right-of-way of sixty (60) feet and a minimum
                               outside      curb     radius     of     forty-eight    (48)     feet.
                               Cul-de-Sac streets designed with a center-planting island shall have     Deleted: to have one (1) end
                                                                                                        permanently closed shall terminate in a
                               a minimum right-of-way radius of ninety (90) feet and a minimum          teardrop turnaround
                               outside pavement radius of seventy-five (75)feet. The                    Deleted: . The turnaround
                               circumferential pavement around the center-planting island shall be
                               a minimum of thirty (30) feet in width.

                       (B)    Temporary Termination of streets intended to be extended at a later
                              date shall be accomplished with a temporary cul-de-sac in
                              accordance with the standards set forth above, or upon approval of
                              the Village Engineer may be by construction of a temporary 'T'            Deleted: Plan Commission
                              intersection thirty-three (33) feet in width and thirty-three (33) feet
                              in length abutting the right-of-way lines of the access street on each
                              side.

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                        (C)     Roadway Elevations. Elevations of roadways passing through
                                floodplain areas shall be designed in the following manner:
                                1.     Arterial highways shall be designed so the 50-year
                                       recurrence interval flood will not overtop them.
                                2.     Collectors and local streets shall be designed so they will not
                                       be overtopped by the 25 year recurrence interval flood.           Deleted: 10




         SECTION 3. Section 18.0704 entitled “Street Intersection” Section 18.0704 (F) is
         hereby created to read as follows:

         18.0704        (F)    Round Abouts are a traffic calming device and is an appropriate
                               alternative to many four way intersections. The design standards can
                               be found in our Development Requirements.

         SECTION 4. Section 18.0807 entitled “Sidewalks” is hereby repealed and recreated to
         read as follows:

         18.0807        SIDEWALKS

         Concrete sidewalks are required as follows:
         Arterial streets – both sides
         Collector – 1 side
         Local streets – 1 side
         Cul-de-sacs – None

         Plan Commission can waive or require additional sidewalks with a ¾ vote of members
         seated if the Plan Commission finds that:
            A. Pedestrian amenities such as parks, commerce centers, or other public spaces
         require additional pedestrian access for public safety, and connectivity, or
            B. Site topography and or environmental protected areas are present that that the
         installation of a sidewalk would cause undue harm to the environment and that alternative
         pedestrian access and safety has been provided at the location, or
           C. The Site plan provides an alternative pedestrian transportation plan that
         accomplishes the same goal of a sidewalk and provides safe legal access from each
         residence and for the public to the larger sidewalk/trail network of the Village through the
         development.

         The construction of all sidewalks shall be in accordance with general requirements in
         section 18.0806.

         SECTION 5. Section 18.0809(A) entitled “Storm Water Management Facilities” is

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         hereby repealed and recreated to read as follows:

         18.0809 STORM WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITIES

                        (A)     Unpaved Road Ditches and street gutters shall be permitted only by
                        approval of the Plan Commission and shall be shaped and seeded and/or
                        sodded as grassed waterways. Where the velocity of flow is in excess of         Formatted: Strikethrough
                        four (4) feet per second on soils having a severe or very severe erosion
                        hazard and in excess of six (6) feet per second on soils having moderate,
                        slight, or very slight erosion hazard, the developer shall install a paved
                        invert or check dams, flumes, or other energy dissipating devices.

         SECTION 6. Section 18.0814 entitled “Street Trees” is hereby repealed and recreated to
         read as follows:

         18.0814 STREET TREES

         In all urban developments, the developer shall plant at least one (1) tree of an approved
         species each forty (40) feet of frontage on all streets proposed to be dedicated. The tree     Deleted: sixty (60)
         shall be at least eight (8) feet in height and one and two and one-half (2-1/2) inches in      Deleted: six (6)
         diameter at breast height (dbh). Tree planting shall be completed in accordance with           Deleted: one-half (1-1/2)
         plans and specifications approved by and at such time as directed by the Village Board.
         The placement and selection of street trees, however, should not hamper or interfere with
         solar access to natural light and air for nearby lots. Such tree planting may be deferred
         until after construction of the building on each parcel or lot.



         The requirement for street trees may be waived by the Village Plan Commission if
         substantial alternative landscaping, including trees, is to be provided within the land
         development in accordance with a landscaping plan approved by the Village Plan
         Commission.

         SECTION 7. Section 18.0902 entitled “Phasing” is hereby repealed and recreated to
         read as follows:

         18.0902                 PHASING
         (A). Public Improvement Phasing. The Village Board may permit the construction and             Formatted: Font: Times New
         installation of public improvements in phases corresponding to the development phases          Roman, Font color: Auto, Not
                                                                                                        Expanded by / Condensed by
         of a final plat.
         (B). Development Phasing. Developer’s shall follow the following scale in phasing in           Formatted: Font: Times New
                                                                                                        Roman, Font color: Auto, Not
         their developments. except that no phase may contain more than forty (40) lots per year.       Expanded by / Condensed by
                                                                                                        Formatted: Font: Times New
                                Total Lots              Percentage of Lots Allowed To Develop           Roman, Font color: Auto, Not
                                                                                                        Expanded by / Condensed by
                                300 and more lots       10% per year
                                250 to 299              12% per year                                    Deleted: 11

                                200 to 249              15% per year                                    Deleted: 12
                                150 to 199              20% per year                                    Deleted: 15
                                100 to 149              25% per year                                    Deleted: 20

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                                50 to 99                33% per year                                       Deleted: 30
                                16 to 49                50% per year                                       Deleted: 40
                                15 or less              100%

                                 The Village Administrator may adjust the number of lots in a
         phase if failure to do so would result in a development phase having less than twelve (12)
         lots in a year. If an adjustment is made it shall be spread over the entire span of the
         development and no one phase may exceed forty (40) lots due to the adjustment.                    Deleted: thirty (30)




         SECTION 8. Section 18.0902 entitled “Phasing” Section 18.0902 (C) is hereby created
         to read as follows:
         (C). Multi-Family and Condominium Development Phasing. Developer’s shall follow
         the following scale in phasing their developments except that no phase may contain more
         than forty (40) buildings per year. One building may have 1 or more units in said
         building.

                                        Total buildings         Percentage of buildings allowed to
                                develop
                                300 and more buildings          10% per year
                                250 to 299                      12% per year
                                200 to 249                      15% per year
                                150 to 199                      20% per year
                                100 to 149                      25% per year
                                50 to 99                        33% per year
                                16 to 49                        50% per year
                                15 or less                      100%

         The Village Administrator may adjust the number of buildings in a phase if failure to do so
         would result in a development phase having less than twelve (12) lots in a year. If an
         adjustment is made it shall be spread over the entire span of the development and no one
         phase may exceed forty (40) buildings due to the adjustment.



         SECTION 9. SEVERABILITY

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

         SECTION 10. EFFECTIVE DATE

         This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and posting or publication as

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         provided by law.

         Dated this ________day of _________________, 2008.

                                      VILLAGE OF SUSSEX

                                       __________________________
                                        Lawrence A. Lapcinski, Village President
         ATTEST:
         _________________________________
         Sue Freiheit, Village Clerk-Treasurer
         Published and/or posted this ________day of _____________________, 2008




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         STATE OF WISCONSIN               VILLAGE OF SUSSEX              WAUKESHA COUNTY

                                      ORDINANCE NO._________

         AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL AND RECREATE SECTION 17.0414 (F) ENTITLED
            “SETBACK AND YARDS” OF THE SF-RD-3 SINGLE FAMILY ATTACHED
             RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT; AND TO REPEAL AND RECREATE SECTION
         17.0508F., ENTITLED MINI-WAREHOUSING AND SMALL CUBICLE STORAGE
                       OF THE VILLAGE OF SUSSEX MUNICIPAL CODE


         WHEREAS, the Village of Sussex Plan Commission has initiated a zoning code
         amendment to the Village of Sussex Chapter 17 Zoning Code Section 17.0414(F)
         regarding Setback and Yards of the SF-RD-3 Single Family Attached Residential
         District; and

         WHEREAS, the Village of Sussex Plan Commission has recommended to the Village of
         Sussex Village Board that the amendment be granted to the Village of Sussex Chapter 17
         Zoning Code Section 17.0508 F regarding Mini-Warehousing and Small Cubicle Storage
         to address Indoor Storage Facilities that function as mini-warehousing within a larger
         building complex; and

         WHEREAS, upon receipt of the Village Plan Commission’s recommendation, the Village
         Board held a public hearing on ___________________, 2008, as required by Section
         17.1305 of the Village of Sussex Zoning Ordinance, after providing due notice as
         required by Section 17.1400 of the Village of Sussex Zoning Ordinance; and

         WHEREAS, following the public hearing, and upon due consideration of the
         recommendation from the Plan Commission, the Village Board finds that the public
         necessity, convenience, welfare and good zoning practice requires that the amendment to
         the zoning ordinance be granted as recommended by the Plan Commission;

         WHEREAS, the Village Board Members are committed to aligning the Village of Sussex
         Zoning Code with opportunities to support growth that meet current needs without
         jeopardizing public safety or welfare.

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


         SECTION 1. Section 17.0414(F) entitled “Setback and Yards” of the SF-RD-3 Single
         Family Attached Residential District is hereby repealed and recreated to read as follows:

                        17.0414      F.       Setback and Yards

                               (1)     There shall be a minimum setback of 30 feet from
                                       the street right-of-way. The Plan Commission may
                                       reduce the minimum setback to 20 feet from the
                                       back of curb and 1 foot from the right-of-way as
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                                      long as the Plan Commission finds that
                                      A. The site design allows for two parked cars for             Formatted: Indent: First line: 0"
                                      each unit to be parked in the driveway itself and not
                                      blocking the roadway or a public sidewalk
                                      B. The Building size and locations will not
                                      adversely affect public safety with the closer
                                      setbacks
                                      C. The landscaping and building styles for the site
                                      will adequately provide the pedestrian scale design
                                      that collaborates with the closer setbacks                    Deleted: .
                              (2)     There shall be a side yard on each side of all
                                      buildings of not less than 30 feet. The Plan                  Deleted: 25
                                      Commission may require additional building
                                      setbacks for buildings with more than two family
                                      attached dwellings.
                              (3)     There shall be a rear yard of not less than 25 feet.
                              (4)     There shall be a minimum shore yard of 75 feet
                                      from the ordinary highwater mark of any navigable
                                      body of water. In addition, no building or structure
                                      shall be located closer than 15 feet to an F-1
                                      Floodway District, F-2 Floodplain Conservancy
                                      District, or LCO Lowland Conservancy Overlay
                                      District boundary.

         SECTION 2. Section 17.0508F., Entitled Mini-Warehousing and Small Cubicle Storage
         of the Village of Sussex Municipal Code is repealed and recreated as follows:

         17.0508F. Mini-Warehousing, Small Cubicle Storage, and Indoor Storage Facility             Deleted: and
                        1, Mini-Warehousing and Small Cubicle Storage in a M-1 Industrial
                        District provided that no perishable products may be stored in a mini-
                        warehouse or small cubicle storage project; no flammable or explosive
                        materials may be stored in a mini-warehouse or small cubicle storage
                        project unless specifically permitted by the Plan Commission; and no
                        sales of merchandise may be conducted from a mini-warehouse or
                        small cubicle storage site.
                        2. Indoor Storage Facility in the M-1 Industrial District and BP-1
                        Business Park District provided that no perishable products, no
                        flammable or explosive materials, and no sales of merchandise or
                        operation of businesses may be conducted within the facility and its
                        sub-leased spaces. The type of facility described in this section is like
                        a mini-warehousing or small cubicle storage, but the rental spaces are
                        all combined together within one larger building that has the
                        appearance of an office/industrial building. The Site for said use must
                        be of such a remote nature that the site operations does not detract
                        from the appearance of the surrounding business park or neighboring
                        properties.


         SECTION 3. SEVERABILITY

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

         SECTION 4. EFFECTIVE DATE

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

         Dated this ________day of _________________, 2008.

                                           VILLAGE OF SUSSEX

                                            __________________________
                                             Lawrence A. Lapcinski, Village President
         ATTEST:
         _________________________________
         Sue Freiheit, Village Clerk-Treasurer
         Published and/or posted this ________day of _____________________, 2008




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          STATE OF WISCONSIN                        VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                                                    WAUKESHA COUNTY

                                             ORDINANCE NO.__________

                AN ORDINANCE TO CONDITIONALLY REZONE AND AMEND THE
            VILLAGE OF SUSSEX ZONING DISTRICT MAP OF THE VILLAGE.OF SUSSEX
                                     ZONING CODE
                  BY PLACING CERTAIN LANDS IN THE VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                         FROM THE A-1 AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT
              TO THE SFRD-3 SINGLE FAMILY ATTACHED RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT


                  WHEREAS, a petition has been filed by Bielinski Investments, LLC (“Owner”) on
         behalf of Cornerstone Development of S.E. WI, LLC (“Developer”) of certain lands in the
         Village of Sussex collectively hereinafter (“Petitioner”), to rezone said property as described
         in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein ("subject property"); and

                  WHEREAS, said rezoning petition was submitted to rezone the subject property
          from A-l Agricultural District to SFRD-3 Single Family Attached Residential District as
          illustrated and described on Exhibit B; “Rezoning Map and Legal Descriptions” and

                 WHEREAS, the Petitioner has supplied all required data pursuant to the Village of
         Sussex Zoning Code, and a public hearing was conducted by the Village Board of the Village
         of Sussex on July 22, 2008; and

               WHEREAS, said rezoning petition has been submitted to the Village Plan
         Commission of the Village of Sussex for report and recommendation; and

                 WHEREAS, the Village Plan Commission of the Village of Sussex has
         recommended to the Village Board of the Village of Sussex that said zoning change be made
         upon certain conditions; and

                  WHEREAS, the Village Board of the Village of Sussex having carefully
         reviewed the recommendation of the Plan Commission of the Village of Sussex, having
         determined that all procedural requirements and notice requirements have been satisfied,
         having given the matter due consideration, and having based its determination on the effect
         of the granting of such rezoning on the health, safety and welfare of the community,
         immediate neighborhood in which said use will b e located, and having given due
         consideration to the municipal problems involved as well as the impact on the surrounding
         properties as to noise, dust, smoke and odor, and others, hereby determine that the rezoning
         will not violate the spirit or intent of the Zoning Code for the Village of Sussex, will not be
         contrary to the public health, safety or general welfare of the Village of Sussex, will not be
         hazardous, harmful, noxious, offensive and will not for any other reason cause a
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         substantial adverse effect on the property values and general desirability of the
         neighborhood as long as the operation is conducted pursuant to the following conditions and
         in strict compliance with the same and is consistent with the recommendation found in the
         Village of Sussex master plan.

                NOW, THEREFORE, the Village Board of the Village of Sussex,
         Waukesha County. Wisconsin. DO ORDAIN as follows:

         SECTION I: The subject property is hereby conditionally rezoned to SFRD-3 Single
         Family Attached Residential District, as described on Exhibit B the “Rezoning Map and Legal
         Descriptions”, and the Zoning Map of the Village of Sussex is hereby conditionally so
         amended, if the conditions stated in Section 2 of this ordinance are complied with.

         SECTION 2: The above rezoning and zoning map amendment is conditioned upon
         the following conditions, which must be complied with or this ordinance is null
         and void:

                  1.     Presentation Compliance. The subject property must be developed in
                         substantial conformity with the plans presented with the rezoning
                         petition to the Plan Commission on July 17, 2008 with the addition of
                         a sidewalk connection from the existing pathway to the clubhouse,
                         and the technical adjustments as required by the Village Engineer’s
                         review letter of July x, 2008, and in substantial conformity with the
                         presentation at the public hearing of July 22, 2008, including the
                         comments made by the Plan Commission on July 17, 2008, and the
                         Village Board during the public hearing and in their meeting
                         following the public hearing.

                 2.     Preliminary or Final Plat Conditions_ Subject to the subject
                        property being divided by condo plat in the manner described at
                        the Plan Commission on July 17, 2008 with the addition of a
                        sidewalk connection from the existing pathway to the clubhouse,
                        and the technical adjustments as required by the Village
                        Engineer’s review letter of July x, 2008, and the public hearing
                        of July 22, 2008, and further subject to satisfying any and all
                        conditions that have been imposed by the Village in approving
                        the preliminary condo plat, and satisfying all conditions that may
                        be imposed by the Village in approving the final condo plat (if it
                        is approved), and further subject to recording the final condo plat,
                        as approved by the Village (if it is approved) in the office of the
                        Waukesha County Register of Deeds.

                 3.     Building Setbacks. Subject to the Village of Sussex Chapter 17
                        Zoning Code Modifications being approved and enacted by the
                        Sussex Village Board as described below:

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              17.0414      F.       Setback and Yards

                     (1)     There shall be a minimum setback of 30 feet from
                             the street right-of-way. The Plan Commission may
                             reduce the minimum setback to 20 feet from the
                             back of curb and 1 foot from the right-of-way as
                             long as the Plan Commission finds that
                             A. The site design allows for two parked cars for
                             each unit to be parked in the driveway itself and not
                             blocking the roadway or a public sidewalk
                             B. The Building size and locations will not
                             adversely affect public safety with the closer
                             setbacks
                             C. The landscaping and building styles for the site
                             will adequately provide the pedestrian scale design
                             that collaborates with the closer setbacks
                     (2)     There shall be a side yard on each side of all
                             buildings of not less than 30 feet. The Plan
                             Commission may require additional building
                             setbacks for buildings with more than two family
                             attached dwellings.

              And Subject to the Plan Commission making the necessary findings
              under 17.0414(F) allowing the building setbacks to be 20 feet from the
              back of curb and at least 1 foot from the right of way and all buildings
              having at least 30 feet between them.

         4.   Road Width. Subject to the Plan Commission agreeing that the Public
              Road width of 33’ back of curb to back of curb is appropriate based
              upon the neighborhood development study under 18.0703 of the
              Village Code.

         5.   Sprinkled Buildings. All buildings within this subdivision shall be fully
              sprinkled according to a plan approved by the Fire Inspector.

         6.   Construction Sequencing Plan. Subject to the Developer submitting to and
              receiving approval from the Village Engineer a construction sequencing
              plan to ensure safe and adequate construction development of the site
              for public safety access, utility development, and customer access at
              all times.

         7.   ARB Findings and Housing Monotony Clause. Subject to following the
              conditions as set forth by the ARB as approved or modified by the Plan
              Commission including limiting no more than 3 of the same “model
              type” of condo to be in consecutive adjacent buildings.
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         8.   Maximum Number of Condo’s. Subject to the limit of no more than 13
              4 unit condo buildings and 2, 2 unit condo buildings (56 units) with a
              club house on the lands to be zoned SFRD-3.

         7.   Required Plans and Engineer Satisfaction. Subject to the Petitioner
              submitting to and receiving written approval from the Village Plan
              Commission of all of the following plans for the entire subject property.
              Said plans shall satisfy all comments, conditions, and concerns of the
              Village Engineer.

              A.      Roadway and Access Plans. The Developer must apply to the
              Village for any waivers as called for in this section, pursuant to the
              applicable Village Code requirements, and the Village reserves all
              authority in consideration of such application. No assurance is granted
              hereby that the waiver will be approved. If the waiver is denied, the
              plans must be amended accordingly, subject to the satisfaction of the
              Village Engineer. Including, but not limited to:
                      1. Receiving a waiver of the road widths in the SFRD-3 due to
                      the neighborhood development study.
                      2. A Bridge Design and Construction plan and necessary
                      maintenance agreements (approved as to form by Village
                      Engineer and Village Attorney in the Developer’s Agreement) to
                      ensure the Village is incurring no costs to maintain a bridge that
                      DEVELOPER acknowledges and agrees is an esthetics feature
                      and not a functional feature necessary for the roadway system.
                      3. Receiving the appropriate approval to remove the turnaround
                      roadway easement per Doc. No. 3161010 due to the roadway
                      going through and to allow the construction of Building 7, 8, and
                      9.

               B.     Utility Plans for the entire site including any necessary utility
                      extensions or oversizing necessary to properly connect the
                      development site’s utilities with the Village system and provide
                      looping for water provision. Including, but not limited to:
                       1. Sewer System Plans
                       2. Water System Plans
                       3. Storm water Management Plans with the appropriate
                           maintenance requirements and outlots and conditioned upon
                           receiving the appropriate approvals from all necessary
                           parties to modify the stormwater easement per DOC. No.
                           3161009 to reflect the revised plans to allow the
                           construction of Building 1 and 2 and the Clubhouse.

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                C.     Master Street Lighting Plan for the entire site including payment
                       and implementation.

                D.     Sidewalk and Trail Plan for the entire site shown on the plat
                       including location, width, and materials of the sidewalks and
                       trails.

                E.     Landscaping Plans for the entire site shall be developed in
                       conjunction with the Developer’s Agreement. In addition a
                       Deed Restriction for each unit shall require the homeowners
                       association to provide maintenance for the landscape area in the
                       median landscaping in Williams Drive. The language shall give
                       the Village the right to perform and charge the homeowner’s
                       association for maintenance in the landscaping area if it is not
                       maintained to the Village’s satisfaction.

                F.     Signage Plan along the northern property line to illustrate the
                       future use of those sites to potential buyers of the residential
                       lots.

                G.     Tree Protection Plan for the entire site shall be utilized as
                       approved by the Village of Sussex Tree Board and on file with
                       the Village Clerk.

         9.    Conditional Use. The Development and Rezoning is subject to the
               specific plan presented to the Plan Commission. As such the specific
               plan has a density that is 3.4 units per acre as opposed to the 3 units per
               acre allowed under the code. Such increase in density is allowed under
               a conditional use and therefore said rezoning is subject to Petitioner
               receiving an approved conditional use to allow the specific plan
               presented by the Petitioner.

         10.   Developer’s Agreement. Prior to development of the Subject Property
               or any portion thereof, the Developer of the Subject Lands or portion
               thereof is required to enter into a Developer’s Agreement as approved
               by the Village prior to the approval of permits for grading and start of
               construction.

         11. Professional Fees. Petitioner shall, on demand, reimburse the Village for
             all costs and expenses of any type that the Village incurs in connection
             with this rezoning petition, including the cost of professional services
             incurred by the Village (including engineering, legal, planning and
             other consulting fees) for the review and preparation of required documents
             or attendance at meetings or other related professional services for this
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                               application, as well as to enforce the conditions in this conditional rezoning
                               ordinance due to a violation of these conditions.

                         12.   Payment of Charges. Any unpaid bills owed to the Village by the owner of
                               subject lands or his or her tenants, operators or occupants, for
                               reimbursement of professional fees (as described above); or for personal
                               property taxes; or for real property taxes; or for licenses, permit fees or any
                               other fees owed to the Village: shall be placed upon the tax roll for the
                               subject property if not paid within thirty (30) days of billing by the Village,
                               pursuant to Section 66.0627. Wisconsin Statutes. Such unpaid bills also
                               constitute a breach of the requirements of this conditional rezoning
                               ordinance that is subject to all remedies available to the Village,
                               including possible cause for termination of the conditional rezoning
                               ordinance.

                         13.   Acceptance. Subject to the petitioner approving in writing the issuance of the
                               conditional rezoning ordinance, and that the petitioner understands and
                               accepts the same, and that upon failure to satisfy these conditions, this
                               conditional rezoning ordinance is void, and the same is deemed not to
                               have been approved, and the Petitioner will therefore need to re-commence
                               the application process for rezoning of the property.

                          14. One Year to Satisfy Conditions. Subject to the petitioner satisfying all of the
                              aforementioned conditions within one year of the Village Board adopting
                              this conditional rezoning ordinance.

         SECTION 3. The Village Engineer is hereby authorized and directed to note this rezoning on
         the Official Zoning Map of the Village of Sussex upon successful development of the property and
         satisfaction of all conditions in Section 2 of this ordinance.
         SECTION 4. The property owner is hereby put on notice that the Village of Sussex may rezone the
         lands or portions thereof subject to this conditional rezoning ordinance to A.-1 Agricultural
         District if the conditions of this ordinance are not fully complied with.
         SECTION 5. SEVERABILITY. The several sections of this ordinance are declared to be
         severable. If any section or portion thereof shall be declared by a decision of competent
         jurisdiction to be invalid, unlawful or unenforceable, such decision shall apply only to the
         specific section of portion thereof directly specified in the decision and shall not affect the
         validity of any other provisions, sections or portions thereof of the ordinance. The remainder of
         the ordinance shall remain in full force and effect. Any other ordinances whose terms are in
         conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed as to those terms that
         conflict.
         SECTION 6. EFFECTIVE DATE. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and
         after its passage and publication and subject to the conditions stated in Section 2. and this
         ordinance is null and void and original district zoning shall be in effect with no further notice if

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         said conditions are not complied with on the terms and conditions stated herein.


                       Passed and adopted this _______ day of ________, 2008.

                                                                 VILLAGE OF SUSSEX

                                                                 __________________________
                                                                 Lawrence Lapcinski
                                                                 Village President

                       ATTEST:

                       _____________________________
                       Sue Freiheit, Clerk Treasurer

                                 Published and posted _______________ day of _______, 2008.


               APPROVAL OF DEVELOPER



               Dated this ___________ day of ____________________, 2008


                                                            John Whalen
                                                            Cornerstone Development of S.E. WI., LLC


                                                            __________________________
                                                            (Signature)

                                                            ___________________________
                                                            (Print Name)




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         APPROVAL OF LAND OWNER



         Dated this ___________ day of ____________________, 2008


                                                       Harry Bielinski
                                                       Bielinski Investments, LLC




                                                       __________________________
                                                       (Signature)



                                                       ___________________________
                                                       (Print Name)

         This instrument was drafted by Jeremy Smith, Assistant Village Administrator based on a
         model prepared by
         Attorney John P. Macy
         ABENZ, MOLTER MACY & RIFFLE, S.C.
         720 N. East Avenue
         Waukesha, WT 53186




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                                      VILLAGE OF SUSSEX
                                   PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE
                                      BILLS FOR PAYMENT
                                            7/21/2008
                  VENDOR           AMOUNT                             REMARKS

     C.D. SMITH CONSTRUCTION   $     110,803.73   REGIONAL WPCF
     R.A. SMITH NATIONAL       $       4,454.84   WAUKESHA AVE INSPECTION SERVICES
     STRAND ASSOCIATES, INC.   $      11,934.89   WWTP CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
     VINTON CONTRUCTION CO.    $     155,529.95   WAUKESHA AVE 2008 ROAD PROGRAM
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         377.00   MISC WASTEWATER
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         182.50   MISC WATER
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         375.00   WEB HOSTING SERVICES
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       1,434.18   SCADA SERVICE - WATER
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         304.00   COLOR INK 2007 ADDITION
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         534.00   BRADDOCK PLACE PHASE 3
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         108.00   PINE RIDGE PHASE 3
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       3,257.90   DUAL FORCE MAINS
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         406.84   FRANTL PUMP STATION & CONVEYANCE
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $       2,556.67   STONEWOOD ESTATES PHASE 2
     RUEKERT MIELKE            $         525.29   WAUKESHA AVE 2008 ROAD PROGRAM

                   TOTAL       $     292,784.79
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                                                                                     Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
                                                                                        Phone (262) 246-5200
                                                                                         FAX (262) 246-5222
                                                                                  Email: wisussex@wi.rr.com
                                                                            Website: www.village.sussex.wi.us


                                       MEMORANDUM
         To:    Village Board, Evan Teich, Village Administrator

         From: Jeremy Smith, Assistant Village Administrator

         Re:    Public Safety Building Bids

         Date: 7-10-2008

                                      Public Safety Building Project

         Staff recommends to the Village Board acceptance of the low responsive bidder, Triad
         with the acceptance of alternatives of G-2, G-4, G-8, G-10, and a 5% contingency. Triad
         has a record of success on such projects and received a favorable response from the City
         of Brookfield who we talked to as Triad is just completing a remodeling of City Hall.
         The Village had 8 bidders and it was a tight bid range. This speaks to the quality of the
         Village bid process. Unfortunately, the bidding climate was not as beneficial as earlier in
         the year. We can not say for sure why the price came in at over $205 a square foot,
         which is higher than our conservative estimate. One factor certainly is the pressure on
         material prices due to oil prices this summer. Please read below for the breakdown on
         the project costs and alternate recommendations.

                                       Project Revenue to Expenses

         Total Revenues                                                 Total Expenses
         2007 Borrowing (Design)            $50,000           Total Project A&E $150,000
         2008 Borrowing (Construction) $800,000               Total Construction $1,460,000*
         08/09 Utility Funds (Construction) $85,000             Contingency (5%) $73,000
         08/09 Other Governments          $500,000#                                             .
         Total                           $1,435,000^                              $1,683,000#

         * Includes all alternates and the savings from tax exemption on purchases (Actual
         Contract is $1,476,000, but sales tax savings are estimated at $16,000).
         # County Sheriff is providing furniture for building
         ^ This number is approximately $25,000 higher than listed in the June 6, 2008 Village
         Board Report because Utility costs shifted up due to higher bid costs by $25,000.

         The Gap is $248,000

         The Village Board has several options to consider on this project. They are listed below
         for your consideration.




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         Option A

               Accept all of the alternates totaling $211,100, and utilize $37,000 in Capital Fund
               Contingency to maintain a 5% Contingency.

               Staff does not recommend this option because it fails to deal with the existing
               failing roof and saves the Village penny’s on the dollar today, while costing the
               Village significantly more over the next 10 to 20 years.

         Option B (Staff recommended)

               1. Remove some of the items from the project.

               1. Staff recommends accepting Alternates G-2, G-4, G-8, and G-10 saving
               $49,600 by not fixing the existing Fire Station Concrete Apron ($22,900), leaving
               the existing Garage Doors ($23,100), having stamped concrete instead of pavers
               by the front entrance ($2,100), and not creating a back patio area ($1,500).

                                           1. Gap is $198,400

               2. Handle the existing Roof Maintenance Costs from Reserve Funds.

               2. Staff recommends rejecting Alternate G-1 and allocating $56,700 for existing
               roof repairs. The roof is less than 10 years old and should not have failed already.
               The Village is looking into actions against the designer/contractor for this failure,
               but it may not be possible 10 years after the contract was closed.

                                           2. Gap is $141,700

               3. Utilize Fire Funds for Fire Related Portion of the Project.

               3. Staff recommends using Fire Capital Donation funds for alternate G-3, and G-
               13 allocating $47,800 for sleeping quarters ($32,800) and training room finishing
               ($15,000). The fund has $89,000 from various donations over the years to be
               used for Capital Fire projects. The sleeping quarters and training room finishing
               necessitated by the sleeping quarters is exactly the type of project that these
               dollars are to be used for. These projects were not required for the police
               addition, but addresses a key long term need for the Fire Department and as such
               Fire funds should be used for these project expenses.

                                            3. Gap is $93,900

               4. Manage the 2008 Road Project Contingency Funds for Pavement Work

               4. Staff recommends using 2008 Road Contingency Funds from Waukesha
               Avenue Project for alternate G-7 and G-14 allocating $18,700 for concrete



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               walkway ($2,200) and existing Fire Driveway Replacement ($16,500). The
               Waukesha Avenue project is well on its way and it is unlikely that most of the
               contingency ($150,000) will be needed. This small portion of the contingency
               would now be better allocated to the paving work for the public safety project.

                                           4. Gap is $75,200
                           (This is the contingency portion of the project.)

               5. Provide for the Contingency to Finish the Project.

               5. Staff recommends using either Reserve funds of $75,200 to provide for the 5%
               contingency on the project, if necessary. The Village has a $1.2 million reserve
               or cut up to $75,000 from the Village Hall Repair project, which currently has
               $250,000 allocated to it. While it is likely that some of this contingency will be
               needed any unused funds would stay with the reserve or with the Village Hall
               Repair project.

                                             5. Gap is $0.


         Other Items

               1. Staff recommends rejection of alternate G-5 because of the minimal savings
               from having to plant the plugs with Village staff and the funds coming from the
               stormwater utility ($2,100).

               2. Staff recommends rejection of alternate G-6 because there is no cost savings
               between the plastic and concrete pipe.

               3. Staff recommends rejection of alternate G-9 because the $6,400 in savings for
               the concrete monument sign would cost the Village more in the long run.

               4. Staff recommends rejection of alternate G-11 because of the minimal savings
               of $5,000 to not finish the public bathroom in the lobby.

               5. Staff recommends rejection of alternate G-12 because the Village could not
               self purchase and install the lockers for less than the $13,500 credit given.

               6. Staff recommends rejection of alternate G-15 because the $13,400 for having
               Lannon Stone on side of the building meets the Village design requirements. The
               Village needs to meet the same standards we hold the business community to
               when developing in the community. This is a public facility that will be around
               for decades and with the discounted price would not be consistent with the design
               goals of the community.




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                7. Staff recommends rejection of alternate G-16 because of the additional cost to
                have a separate electrical service for the Police portion of the building (+21,700).


         Summary
         Staff recommends to the Village Board acceptance of the low responsive bidder, Triad
         with the acceptance of alternatives of G-2, G-4, G-8, G-10, and a 5% contingency.
         Although the project bid was not as low of a cost as earlier estimates suggested it could
         be done for. Here the keys to the bid information.

            •   Under Option A all of alternates listed above could be accepted to cover all of the
                project costs, except for $30,000 of the contingency and still be within the project
                budget.

            •   Staff does not recommend Option A because the existing roof failure should be
                addressed at this time and many of the other items listed above could not be
                accomplished that cheaply or efficiently if the Village were to perform those tasks
                at a later date.

            •   The goal of this project is to have a facility that meets the Village needs and be
                well laid out and planned for so that the Village does not have to perform any
                major projects on this building for 20 to 30 years.

            •   Through the use of the above options the project can be constructed and
                completed in a fiscally sound way for both today’s need and keeping long term
                costs under control.

            •   The project with recommended actions above does not require any additional
                borrowing or negatively impact other Capital projects.

            •   The recommended actions do allocate money from certain funds to complete this
                priority project. The purpose of those various funds is to deal with priority
                projects such as this one and the use of said funds is a strategic use of the Village
                resources.




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