Local government meetings for the week of August 8 | Local News

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Monday

KENOSHA POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSION: 9:00 a.m., at the Municipal Building, 625 52nd Street, Room 204. The meeting is closed to review candidates for the position of police officer on probation, to consider interview questions from the chief of police and to get updates on assessment center planning.

BROOKSIDE BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 3 p.m. at Brookside Care Center, 3506 Washington Road. Agenda items include: monthly reports including Willowbrook, Life Enrichment, Administrator and Nursing.

KENOSHA CITY COUNCIL LICENSE/PERMIT COMMITTEE: 4:30 p.m., Municipal Building, 625 52nd Street, Room 202. Officer understands beer and cabaret permit applications; and Kenosha Police Department Tavern Squad Information Update.

PLEASANT PRAIRIE VILLAGE TABLE: 4:30 p.m., at the Party Hall, 9915 39th Ave., in the training room. This is an executive closed session to discuss litigation in which the Village is or may be involved specifically relating to claims made by Staab Construction Co. against the Village relating to the construction of the 165 Lift Station Project.

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PLEASANT PRAIRIE VILLAGE TABLE: 5 p.m. at the Village Hall Auditorium, 9915 39th Ave. Agenda items include: discussion and/or action regarding the matter discussed in the executive session with respect to the construction of the 165 lift station project; consider approving a settlement agreement between the Village and We Energies regarding abandoned water lines; consider master concept plan approval, detailed plan update and zoning map amendment related to the redevelopment of a portion of the former We Energies Pleasant Prairie Power Plant site at 8000 95th St.; consider approving a tower structure license agreement between the Village and New Cingular Wireless PCS, for the Ladish Water Tower site; consider an offer for the highway. 165 Lakeview Force Mainline Repair Project; consider a contract for the Beverly Lane Watermain Extension Project; consider an agreement between Lake County, Illinois, and the village for improvements at the intersection of Russel Road and 47th Avenue; Consider a two-year contractual agreement between the Village and Pleasant Prairie Professional Firefighters Association Local 3785 for the 2022-2023 calendar year.

KENOSHA UNIFIED SCHOOL BOARD: 5:30 a.m., at the Educational Support Center, 3600 52nd Street, Room 153. This is a closed session to select candidates for Superintendent of Schools for initial interviews.

COUNCIL OF KENOSHA WATER COMMISSIONERS: 5:30 pm at the Municipal Building, 625 52nd Street, Room 202. Items on the agenda include: award of contract for sanitary sewer lining; Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. presentation regarding industrial waste discharge permit compliance; and update on state and federal regulations pertaining to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

Tuesday

SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: 9:00 a.m. virtual meeting to include an update on the labor market, contract awards and targeted industries.

KENOSHA COUNTY PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENDED EDUCATION COMMITTEE: 11 a.m. at Kenosha County Center, 19600 75th St., Bristol, in the Planning & Development Conference Room. This is a monthly work session and a possible site visit related to committee business. A quorum of county council members may be present.

KENOSHA COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH: Noon, virtual meeting. Agenda items include the health officer/director’s report; grant report for asthma; and other business to come before the board.

SOMERS TOWN COUNCIL: 5:15 p.m., City/Village Hall, 7511 12th St. Agenda includes beer license for Somers Fire & Rescue Association for Uke’s Harley Davidson Hometown Rally Sept. 1-5.

SALEM SCHOOL BOARD: 5:30 p.m., in the school’s large group instruction room at 8828 Antioch Road, Salem. This is a special meeting to include: damages for a teacher’s resignation; resignation of a physical education teacher; 2022-23 contracts for special educator, art teacher and physical education teacher; paper contract; Otus contract; and a contract for Chromebook repair services.

Wednesday

KENOSHA COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE COMMISSION: 3:00 p.m., Kenosha County Job Center, 8600 Sheridan Road, Room North 1. Agenda items include: service update in West Kenosha County; updates to the Kenosha County Veterans Honor Portal / Memorial Park; 2022 Homeless veterans retire and veterans celebration.

KENOSHA COUNTY RACIAL AND ETHNIC EQUITY COMMISSION: 6:00 p.m. Public Listening Session at Kenosha County Employment Center, 8600 Sheridan Road, Entrance D. Public comments will be limited to 3-5 minutes depending on the number of attendees. As a listening session, Commissioners will not address speakers or commentaries.

KENOSHA COUNTY PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENDED EDUCATION COMMITTEE: 6:00 p.m., Kenosha County Center, 19600 75th St., Bristol, in Conference Room B. Agenda includes program on “Nia: Pathways for the Future”; and updates from UW-Extension educators/programs.

RANDALL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL BOARD: 6 p.m., at school, 37101 87th St., Burlington. This is the district’s annual meeting with agenda items including: setting school board member salaries for 2022-23; presentation on the 2022-23 budget; motion to adopt the budget; motion to approve the tax levy; update of capital planning; approve the length of the school year; and other related items.

KENOSHA COUNTY PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENDED EDUCATION COMMITTEE: 7 p.m., at Kenosha County Center, 19600 75th St., Bristol, in the Public Courtroom. The agenda includes public hearings on land use issues; appointments and comments from citizens.

Thursday

KENOSHA SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION COMMITTEE: 4:30 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 625 52nd Street, Room 204.

KENOSHA COUNTY COUNCIL FINANCE/ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE: 6:30 p.m., Kenosha County Administration Building, 1010 56th St., Second Floor Committee Conference Room. Agenda items include: the resolution to approve the Law Enforcement Justice Assistance Fellowship for fiscal year 2022; monthly reports.

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