VILLAGE OF THIENSVILLE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
AGENDA

DATE:  Monday, January 21, 2019

LOCATION:  250 Elm Street
Thiensville, WI

Time:  Immediately Following Public Hearing Scheduled at 6:00 PM
I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

ROLL CALL

President:
Trustees:



             

Administrator:
Attorney:
Staff:                    

Van Mobley
Samuel Azinger
Ronald Heinritz
Rob Holyoke
Kenneth Kucharski
David Lange
Elmer Prenzlow
Dianne Robertson
Robert Feind
Fire Chief Brian Reiels
Police Chief Curt Kleppin
Director of Public Works Andy LaFond
Assistant Administrator Colleen Landisch-Hansen
Clerk/Administrative Assistant Amy Langlois


III.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Trustee Prenzlow to lead the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.


OATH OF OFFICE TO VILLAGE OFFICIAL

1. Chief of Police Curtis J. Kleppin
2. Motion to take a 15-minute break for a welcoming reception
IV.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES


A.

Board of Trustees

1.

December 10, 2018

B.

Special Board of Trustees

1.
V.

DEPARTMENT REPORTS

A.

Department Reports


    
             
1.

Fire Department

a.

N/A

2.

Police Department

a.

December Police, 2018

3.

Public Works Department

a.

December DPW, 2018

VI.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

VII.

REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS (Consent Agenda)

A.

Historic Preservation Commission

1.

October 10, 2018

B.

M-T Bike and Pedestrian Way Commission

1.
C.

Zoning Board of Appeals

1.
D.

Capital Expenditures

1.

December 31, 2018

2.

January 21, 2018

VIII.

FINANCIAL REPORTS AND ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

A.

Accounts Payable For All Funds

1.

Accounts Payable

a.

November 12, 2018 through January 18, 2019

2.

Financial Report (Receipt)

a.

December, 2018

Documents:
  1. 1218 Financials.pdf
IX.

PRESIDENT'S REPORT

A.

Appointments

1.

Fire Department Member

Abbey E. Melzer
2.

Operator's License - New

a.

Skippy's Burger Bar

Katherine L. Kucharski
3.

Operator's License - Renew

a.

Thiensville Business Association

Robert John Kos
4.

Temporary Class B Beer and Class B Wine

Thiensville Business Association:  Thiensville Village Market, Tuesdays, June 11, 2019 through October 15, 2019 and Traveling Food Truck Tour, May 23, June 13, July 18, August 15 and September 12, 2019, Village Park, 251 Elm Street
X.

ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT


        
A.

Department Reports

1.

Administrator's Report

2.

Building Inspection Department (Receipt)

a.

December, 2018 Report

XI.

ATTORNEY'S REPORT

XII.

COMMITTEE REPORTS


A.

Review and approval of Resolution No. 2019-01 Adopting an Amendment to the Comprehensive Land Use Plan for 2035

B.

Review and approval of Ordinance No. 2019-01 Amending Sec. 17.0316 of the Village Code Pertaining to PDO Planned Development Overlay District

C.

Review and approval of Village Park Pavilion Side Curtain Donation Proposal from Thiensville-Mequon Lions Club

D.

Review and approval of An Understanding Between the City of Mequon, the Village of Thiensville, The Thiensville-Mequon Rotary Foundation, Inc. and the Ad Hoc Mequon-Thiensville Gateway Committee Concerning the Construction and Funding of the Community Promenade

E.

Discussion regarding Timing of Traffic Lights on Main Street and Green Bay Road and Main Street and Freistadt Road (Trustee Holyoke)

F.

Review and approval of Mequon-Thiensville Today Rate Increase From $1,300 to $1,400 Per Issue

G.

Discussion regarding Draft Naming Rights Policy

H.

Review and approval to allow COBRA for the Village's Dental Plan and Amending Personnel Policy 20.3(C)(2)

XIII.

MOTION TO ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION

Pursuant to Chapter 19.85(1)(e) Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session regarding property negotiations and pursuant to Chapter 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 regarding staffing update.

1. Roll Call Vote

MOTION TO RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION

1. Vote of Board to reconvene
2. Review and possible action regarding Closed Session topics
XIV.

COMMITTEE REPORTS (CONTINUED)

I. Discussion regarding Administrator Robertson's retirement
XV.

REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS

XVI.

BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR

A.

Citizens to be Heard

Open to any citizen who wishes to speak on items not on the agenda.  Please step to the podium and give your name and address for the record.
XVII.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

XVIII.

ANY OTHER MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS BY THE TRUSTEES AS MAY BE BROUGHT BEFORE THE BOARD, OR CARRIED OVER FROM THE PREVIOUS VILLAGE BOARD MEETING.






A.

Inter-Governmental Committee with Mequon

B.

Use of 101 Green Bay Road, Old Village Hall & Fire Station

C.

Acceptance/Report of Gifts Received

1.

$1,000 to Village Park ReImagined from Mequon Woman's Club

2.

$1,000 to Thiensville Rescue Squad from Gerald and Carolyn Abraham

3.

$15,000 to Village Park ReImagined from Port Washington State Bank

4.

$50 to Thiensville Fire Department from Henry and Elizabeth Bjorkman

5.

$13 to Thiensville Fire Department from Fran Goldner

6.

Proposed Miscellaneous Donation to the Police Department from Elmer Penzlow

D.

Dialog with Mequon regarding water utility service

E.

Review next month's meeting date schedule

2/4 - COW
2/5 - Plan Commission
2/18 - Board
3/4 - COW
3/18 - Board
4/1 COW and 4/15 Board - Combined on 4/15 due to 4/2 Election
XIX.

ADJOURNMENT

Amy L. Langlois, Village Clerk
January 18, 2018

Please advise the Thiensville Municipal Hall, 250 Elm Street (242-3720) at least 24 hours prior to the start of this meeting if you have disabilities and desire special accommodations.