VILLAGE OF THIENSVILLE
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
AGENDA

DATE: Monday, May 7, 2018

LOCATION:  250 Elm Street
Thiensville, WI

Time:  6:00 PM


I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

ROLL CALL

President:       Van Mobley
Trustees:              Samuel Azinger
                          Ronald Heinritz (excused)
                           Rob Holyoke
Kenneth Kucharski David Lange
           Elmer Prenzlow
Administrator:          Dianne Robertson
Staff:                       Director of Public Works Andy LaFond
                                Fire Chief Brian Reiels
                        Police Chief Scott Nicholson
                                Asst. Administrator Colleen Landisch-Hansen
                                Clerk Amy Langlois


III.

BUSINESS

A.

Review Capital Expenditures List

B.

Review and recommendation Regarding Parade/Street Closing Permit, Suburban Motors for 115th Harley-Davidson Anniversary Celebration, Corner of Riverview Drive and Main Street to Corner of Buntrock Avenue/Green Bay Road and Main Street (West Lane Closed) for the following:

1.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018 and Thursday, August 30, 2018 - 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM

2.

Friday, August 31, 2018 and Saturday, September 1, 2018 - 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

3.

Sunday, September 2, 2018 – 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

4.

Monday, September 3, 2018 – 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

C.

Review and recommendation Regarding Parade/Street Closing Permit, Suburban Motors for Block Fest 2018, Corner of Riverview Drive and Main Street to Corner of Buntrock Avenue/Green Bay Road and Main Street (All Lanes Closed), Saturday, July 14, 2018, 5:00 PM to 12:00 AM

D.

Review and recommendation regarding Parade/Street Closing Permit, American Legion Post 457, Memorial Day Parade, Monday, May 28, 2018, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Grace Lutheran Church-Grand Avenue and Green Bay Road to Main Street, South on Main Street to Mequon City Hall

E.

Review and recommendation regarding Food Truck Tour at Village Park, July 19, 26 and August 9, 16 and 23 and Food Truck Brunch (Date to be Determined), Rob Kos, Thiensville Business Association

F.

Update on Park Gala (Village Park Reimagined Committee)

G.

Review of Town Center Gateway Feature Final Design, Located at the Northeast Corner of West Mequon Road and North Cedarburg Road (Trustee Lange)

H.

Review and recommendation regarding Conservation Easement to MMSD for Permeable Paver Project in Village Park

I.

Review and recommendation regarding Appointing New Fire Department Member, Jacob M. Campbell

J.

Review and recommendation regarding license approvals:

1.

Class B Beer and Class B Liquor

cheel, llc, Matthew Buerosse, Agent, 105 S. Main Street and 107 Buntrock Avenue
Prime Minister Family Restaurant, Vasilike Triantafillou, Agent, 517 North Main Street
Skippy's Burger Bar, Kenneth C. Kucharski, Agent, 113 Green Bay Road
K.

Amusement Devices

1.

Kenneth C. Kucharski, (Big Day, LLC), Skippy's Burger Bar (3 machines)

L.

Billiard & Pool Tables

1.

Skippy's Burger Bar (Big Day, LLC) (1 Pool Table)

M.

Cigarette

1.

Skippy's Burger Bar

2.

Walgreen Co.

N.

Operator's Licenses - New

1.

Shully Catering, Inc.

Sandra Dee Fedele-Jacoby, Ashley Marie Feucht
O.

Operator's Licenses - Renewal

1.

cheel, llc

Barkha Limbu Daily, Jesse Daily, Drew Philip Kassner
2.

glaze, llc

Heather Anne Albrecht, Philip Gerald Eckert, Skye Fisher Marach
3.

Skippy's Burger Bar

Cassie Marie Haugen, Brett T. Kucharski, Samantha Rose Luedtke
P.

Review and recommendation regarding Thiensville-Mequon Lions Club Temporary Class B Beer and Class B Wine License for Lionfest, June 7, 8, 9 and 10, 2018 and Applefest, October 7, 2018

Q.

Review and recommendation of:

BOARD APPOINTMENTS:
Community Development Authority
Rob Holyoke, One-Year Term
Vacant

Farmland Preservation
Ronald G. Heinritz, One-Year Term

M-T Bikeway Commission
Ronald G. Heinritz, One-Year Term

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

Ozaukee County Bike Trails
Ronald G. Heinritz, One-Year Term

TBRC (Inactive)
David A. Lange, One-Year Term
Vacant

Telecommunication & IT Oversight Committee
Elmer C. Prenzlow, One-Year Term

Weyenberg Library Board
Rob Holyoke, One-Year Term

CITIZEN APPOINTMENTS:
Community Development Authority
Joseph O. Nelson, 322 E. Freistadt, Rd., Four-Year Term
John R. Rosing, 512 Alta Loma Dr., Four-Year Term

M-T Bikeway Commission
Vacant

Police Disciplinary Oversight
Thomas R. Streifender, 422 Green Bay Rd., Five-Year Term

River Advisory Committee
Daniel Knuth, 713 Riverview Dr., Three-Year Term
Julie Cabaniss, 503 Riverview Dr., Three-Year Term

Zoning Board of Appeals
James (Tony) Engle, 610 Crescent Ln., Three-Year Term
Andy Match, 505 Alta Loma Dr., Three-Year Term
Carole Olkowski, 512 Laurel Dr., Three-Year Term

STAFF APPOINTMENTS:
Fire Chief
Brian J. Reiels, Five-Year Term

Director of Public Works
Andy J. LaFond, Four-Year Term

Village Clerk
Amy L. Langlois, 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 to the Thiensville Police Department-Bike Safety Days from Grube's Towing Repair

2.

$1,000 to the Thiensville Volunteer Fire Department from T-M Lions Club, Inc.

3.

$500 to the Thiensville Police Dept.-Auxiliary from the T-M Lions Club, Inc.

4.

$350 to the Thiensville Police Department-Bike Safety from the T-M Lions Club, Inc.

5.

$350 to the Thiensville Police Department-Cards from the T-M Lions Club, Inc.

6.

$1,000 to Village Park Reimagined Project from Jennifer Abraham

D.

Dialog with Mequon Regarding water utility service

E.

Review next month's meeting date schedule

VI.

ADJOURNMENT

Amy L. Langlois, Village Clerk
May 4, 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.


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.