Village Hall Update

Village Hall Update

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Greendale Village Hall
6500 Northway
Greendale, WI 53129
414-423-2100 

Your bi-weekly news update from the Village of Greendale including important announcements, a look back at recent events and a look forward at the upcoming events in Greendale, Wisconsin. 
 

 

VILLAGE HALL UPDATE FOR JUNE 16, 2017

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Village Board Meeting in Review

At the June 6th Village Board meeting the Board approved:

  • Accepted the annual financial statements for 2016
  • Annual class A, B and C licenses, amusement arcade licenses and beverage operators licenses.
  • An ordinance to permit 3 pets (combination of cats and/or dogs) and 4 with approval of a special permit (prior to this ordinance only 2 pets were permitted per household).
  • A plan for the Health Department to join an environmental health consortium to do the Village’s food licensing for restaurants, retail food stores and temporary events.  The Health Department will bring back a proposal at a future meeting.

The Board reviewed, but did not take action on the Panther Pub’s request for a temporary extension of premises for Village Days.  The Board referred this item to Public Celebrations Committee for their June 13th meeting.  It will be brought back at the June 20th Board meeting.

June 20th Village Board Meeting Preview

The Board will review the temporary extension of premise request from Panther Pub during Village Days and review beverage operator and temporary class B license requests. The Board will also review a special event application for St. Alphonsus Feast on the Blacktop.

The Board will discuss, but take no action, on the Village’s refuse and recycling operations and amending the Village’s code regarding outdoor sales and signs.

To view the full agenda: http://greendale.org/government/agendas_and_minutes/board_of_trustees.php#revize_document_center_rz53

Other Information

Capital Projects

Beginning in mid-June work will begin on two bridge replacements at Schoolway and Clover Lane over Dale Creek.  From mid-June through the end of August the two bridges will be closed.  Properties north and east of the bridges will need to utilize the intersection of Northway & Churchway during construction.

Work will also begin this summer on the road projects at Gardenway (from Grange Avenue to 92nd Street), Greenway (from S. 68th Street to S. 60th Street) and Ramona Drive. 

The tennis courts at the Community Center are also being replaced this summer and will be closed during construction and will take approximately 90 days to complete.

The exterior improvements around the Hose Tower are currently under construction and should be complete by early July. 

Events

Greendale Downtown Market: The first market is Saturday June 17th from 8:00 am to noon (continuing every Saturday until October 7th), Broad Street

Greendale Master Gardener Education Series
Master Gardeners in Greendale will be discussing succession planting, caring for your garden (weeding, watering, thinning) and a little on how to preserve the early vegetables that may be ready to harvest now.

Open and free for all community members!
Date: Saturday, June 17 
Time: 10:00 to 11:00 am
Location: Greendale Community Garden at St. Thomas of Canterbury, 7255 W. Grange Avenue

Fourth of July Celebration:
Parade: 10 am on Tuesday July 4th
Fireworks: dusk on Tuesday July 4th

Greendale Family Fest sponsored by the Greendale Lions will take place Friday June 30th until Tuesday July 4th.  For more information: http://www.greendalelions.org/fourthofjuly.html