The WFB Board of Trustees met tonight with a relatively light agenda. (The entire agenda can be found here.)
As a continuing disclaimer, what I write here is not a complete nor official report of what actions the Board took. Official minutes can be found on the Village website after they have been approved at the following meeting.
- Voted to approve a Class B beer permit for the 4th of July/Klode Park celebration
- Voted to purchase a number of light poles that had been destroyed primarily by car accident. Much of the money spent is recaptured from the drivers or their insurance companies.
- Voted to create an Environmental Advisory Commission. The commission's main role will be advisory to the Board of Trustees and residents, staffed by 6 residents and a Trustee liaison.
One interesting news item that did come up was the Milwaukee Journal / CNI local news gathering resources were changing. Apparently, Jane Ford has been "reassigned" and Mary Buckley will be covering more territory, many suburbs governmental and school boards, including WFB. No reporter attended tonight's Board meeting, and one can imagine the meager attention the media pays WFB will sadly decrease further.
One other notice from Bay United.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 19th from 7pm-8:30, Bay United will be meeting for the third time at Dominican High School's auditorium with educational leaders from Richards, Cumberland, WFB Middle School, WFB High School, Holy Family, St. Monica's and Dominican High School, discussing their present and future plans for drug & alcohol abuse prevention programs.
I won't be in attendance, because it'd be my 4th meeting in seven days, and I think my wife might do bodily harm to me if I again abdicated my fatherly responsibilities.
One might imagine no other media may attend, so if you're interested, you'd better show!
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