Projects

The following is a list of projects the Village Board has completed or are in progress. If you have questions, please contact the board or attend one of the regular meetings.

2022 Scheduled Projects

Legion property acquisition completed

Ballpark wheel chair access

Light on flag pole in ballpark

Old village hall front steps to be repaired

Determine the use of ARPA Funds

Replacement of the lighting in the Matsche Center with energy efficient LED lights

Refurbish Village wells number 3 and 4

Water tower will be drained and inspected

Develop a procedure and a form for residents and businesses to display events on the Village Electronic sign, form will be available on the Village website Zoning and Building Ordinance book brought up to date.

2021 Completed Projects

Light installed on flag pole at Matsche center

Purchased a new Village truck and new Fire Engine

Completion of water diversion project in Corazalla subdivision which had started in 2020

Black top a number of streets Rew lane, Corazalla Drive, Mathew Drive, High Street

Opened up the streets to ATV-UTV traffic

Trimmed large branches from tree on SW corner of Maple and Main to increase visibility.

Painted the Fire Hydrants

Addressed numerous animal issues within the village

Addressed garbage issues

Approved 2022 budget

Removed broken picnic bench from park

Graded and leveled the drive and the parking lot at Birchwood Park

Stocked the fishing pond at Birchwood Park

Added a water line to the community garden

Ordered new safety equipment using the grant from

(LWMMI), League of Wisconsin Municipalities Insurance

Hired a new Village Assessor, Todd Anderson, Up North

Assessments

Received ARPA funds from the State

Approved expansion of American Legion property to include abandoned area adjacent to the legion property Created ID Badges with photo for all Village employees

Replaced exit/emergency lights in the Matsche Center

Purchased Maxi Aides for the Matsche center to accommodate those with hearing issues

Completed installing new Merry go Rounds in the parks

Purchased new voting machine per the State elections

Looked into options and cost for wheel chair access to the ball park from street parking-tabled until 2022 Changed Insurance companies for the Village saving the Village approximately $6000 annually

Revised and updated numerous Village ordinances 

Changed phone carriers to reduce monthly expense

Addressed ball park issues with teams

Contracted with Harter’s for trash service

Continued use of Speed monitoring device with results being shared with the sheriff’s office resulting in increased patrol on Hwy 45 and within the Village

Replaced water heater in concession stand at park Backes lot purchased by Chet and Emil’s for parking

Highlights

Highlights

Highlights

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