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News & Notes: Nov. 3

Nov. 3, 2009

Nicolet certifies 2009-10 levy

Nicolet - The Nicolet School Board last week approved its 2009-2010 budget and certified its levy. The 2009-2010 Fund 10 budget of $19,988,627 is down from the 2008-2009 budget of $20,014,558, a 0.13 percent decrease. The 2008-2009 total funds levy of $16,350,929 increased 3.54 percent to $16,929,323 for the 2009-2010 budget.

Fox Point invites residents to participate in workshops

Fox Point - The village invites residents to participate in a Community Listening Workshop to identify key planning issues to guide its Comprehensive Plan. Consultants from PDI/Graef will hold two workshops from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 16 and Dec. 14 at Village Hall, 7200 N. Santa Monica Blvd.

Village to switch carriers for workman's compensation

Whitefish Bay - The village will change carriers from Liberty Mutual to CVMIC, Cities and Villages Municipal Insurance Company, for its workman's compensation insurance. The premiums for the coverage are the same but because CVMIC is a cooperative insurance company, it provides the highest possible dividend. The Village Board approved the change on Monday.

Kohl's to open early for holidays

Brown Deer - The Village Board approved a request from Kohl's, 9060 N. Green Bay Road, for extended holiday hours. The store will open at 4 a.m. Nov. 27 and will remain open until midnight on certain days throughout the holiday season.

Spartak gets Class A beer license

Whitefish Bay - A small store specializing in Russian food products will have a license enabling the sale of beer at the store. Spartak, 5587 N. Diversey Blvd., was granted the license to sell packaged beer on Monday by the Village Board.

Permit now required for going out of business sales

Whitefish Bay - The Village Board on Monday approved an ordinance that requires a permit for going out of business sales.

The application requires the following information: an inventory of goods being sold, the name of the business owner and the name of the people doing the sale.

Village Manager Jim Grassman said in recent years there have been some issues with the sales concerning signs, advertising and bringing in outside merchandise.

Grassman said the village often did not know about the sales until they were under way.

"Now this requires them to notify us in advance," he said.

A fee of $100 is required for the permit.

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