Tuesday, March 27, 2012
The Common Council will have a variety of items on its plate Tuesday night, as it looks at boat launch purchase, construction agreements, and a decision on 7th District aldermanic candidates
The Muskego Common Council will have a variety of issues to consider when it meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. at City Hall: Looming road projects have also required the city to make the following moves:
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Finance Committee and Common Council approves resolution of necessity to move toward Boxhorn Launch acquisition.
Parks and Recreation Director Craig Anderson met with the Finance Committee Tuesday night to pitch the idea of a purchase of the Boxhorn Gun Club boat launch. The city has had a lease agreement with the club and has made improvements like lighting to the area. Purchasing the launch would allow the city to be eligible to apply for grants for further improvements like dredging the launch area, according to Anderson. So far, he added, the city has paid $32,000 in lease payments to the club. He estimated that the cost for an appraisal would run about $10,000. Art Dumke, owner of the property is interested in selling to the city, indicating that he wants to reinvest the funds into the business. "We've been trying to secure this launch for the…
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
City convenes to tackle water, sewer and operating budgets for 2012, and later considers the latest offer in the Borst property purchase.
The Muskego Committee of the Whole continues its budget review for 2012, with Tuesday night's focus on operating, water and sewer utility budgets. Should additional work be required at the 6pm meeting, the committee may reconvene after the Common Council meeting at 7pm. The Common Council's agenda is relatively short, but includes the following items of note: Appointments to the Community Development Authority and the Library Board. These are citizen appointments, and previous discussion has involved debate on whether citizens must be required to reside in Muskego. Easements allowing WE Energies access to city property are up for approval as well, and indicate the utilities construction involved prior to the Janesville Road construction…