VILLAGE OF THIENSVILLE
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
AGENDA

DATE:  Monday, May 6, 2019

LOCATION:  250 Elm Street
Thiensville, WI

TIME:  6:00 PM


I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

ROLL CALL

President:       Van Mobley
Trustees:              Samuel Azinger Kristina Eckert
                          Ronald Heinritz
                           Rob Holyoke
Kenneth Kucharski David Lange
Administrator:          Colleen Landisch-Hansen
Staff:                       Director of Community Services/Public Works Andy LaFond
                                Fire Chief Brian Reiels
                        Police Chief Curt Kleppin
                                Village Clerk Amy Langlois


III.

BUSINESS

A.

Review Capital Expenditures List

B.

Review and recommendation regarding Request from Jesse Daily, cheel, 105 South Main Street, to Extend Noise Ordinance for cheel-abration, July 27, 2019 until Midnight as well as baaree Hours for Summer Special Events

Documents:
  1. baaree CUP.pdf
C.

Update regarding Application for Parade Permit or Street Closing Permit, Jon Oppitz, 401 Park Crest Drive, Grand Avenue from Park Crest Drive West to Property Line

D.

Presentation of Frank L. Weyenberg Library Annual Report and Strategic Plan from Rachel Muchin Young, Library Director

E.

Review and recommendation regarding Community Promenade Memo of Understanding, Mequon-Thiensville Gateway Feature (Trustee Lange)

F.

Discussion regarding Overnight Parking Restrictions During Non-Winter Months (Trustee Azinger)

G.

Review and recommendation regarding Appointing the Following New Fire Department Members:

1.

Rachel L. Nelson

2.

Andrew T. Purser

H.

Review and recommendation regarding license approvals:

1.

Class B Beer and Class B Liquor

a.

Prime Minister Family Restaurant

2.

Skippy's Burger Bar Licenses:

a.

Class B Beer and Class B Liquor

b.

Cigarette License

c.

Billiard & Pool Table License

d.

Amusement License

I.

Operator's Licenses - Renewal

1.

the cheel, llc

a.

Cheryl Marie Raymond

2.

Shully's Catering, Inc.

a.

Mark D. Lavine

3.

glaze, llc

a.

Heather Albrecht

b.

Philip Gerald Eckert

c.

Skye Fisher Marach

J.

Operator's Licenses - New

1.

the cheel, llc

a.

Joshua David Herman

2.

Falafel Guys

a.

Hannah Rose Stroli

K.

Review and recommendation of:

BOARD APPOINTMENTS:
Ozaukee County Bike Trails Committee
Ronald G. Heinritz, One-Year Term

Board Representative to Mid-Moraine
David A. Lange, One-Year Term

Community Development Authority
Rob Holyoke, One-Year Term
David A. Lange, One-Year Term

Farmland Preservation Committee
Ronald G. Heinritz, One-Year Term

Historic Preservation Commission
Ronald G. Heinritz, One-Year Term

Telecommunication & IT Oversight
Vacant, One-Year Term

Weyenberg Library Board
Rob Holyoke, One-Year Term

CITIZEN APPOINTMENTS:
Community Development Authority
Greg Huffman, 208 East Freistadt Road, Four-Year Term

Historic Preservation Commission
Bob Blazich, 627 Lake Bluff Road, Three-Year Term
Mary Giuliani, 409 Susan Lane, Three-Year Term

MMSD Citizen Advisory Council
Vacant

Weyenberg Library Board
Mary (Mimi) Rosing, 512 Alta Loma Drive, Three-Year Term

Zoning Board of Appeals
Jesse Daily, 215 Madero Drive, Three-Year Term

STAFF APPOINTMENTS:
Assessor
Michael Grota, Two-Year Term

Attorney
Robert L. Feind, Jr., Two-Year Term

Auditor
Wendy Unger, CPA, Annually

Building Inspector
Paul Mortimer, Two-Year Term

Engineer
Jerad Wegner, Two-Year Term

Planner
Jonathan P. Censky, Annually

Treasurer
Colleen Landisch-Hansen, Four-Year Term
IV.

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.
V.

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS BY TRUSTEES AS MAY PROPERLY BE BROUGHT BEFORE THE BOARD.




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.

$200.00 to Village Park ReImagined Phase III from Mequon Lawn & Garden

2.

$500.00 to the Thiensville Police Department-Auxiliary from the T-M Lions Club, Inc.

3.

$350.00 to the Thiensville Police Department-Cards from the T-M Lions Club, Inc.

4.

$350.00 to the Thiensville Police Department-Bike Safety from the T-M Lions Club, Inc.

D.

Dialog with Mequon Regarding water utility service

E.

Review next month's meeting date schedule

VI.

MOTION TO ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION

Deliberating about the investment of public funds in future Village properties requiring a Closed Session due to the competitive nature and bargaining positions at risk if conducted in a public meeting.  Such Closed Session is authorized pursuant to Wis. Stats. Article 19.85(1)(e).

1. Roll Call Vote

MOTION TO RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION

1. Vote of Board to reconvene
2. Review and action on Closed Session
VII.

ADJOURNMENT

Amy L. Langlois, Village Clerk
May 3, 2019

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.


Notice is hereby given that a quorum of the Village Board and/or Village Committees may be in attendance at this meeting to present, discuss and/or gather information about a subject over which they have decision-making responsibility, although they will not take any formal action thereto at this meeting.