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W. Verona
plan hung up Public
on apartment
Commission delays
recommendation to
work out concerns
Verona Press editor
Officials talk referendum with
A plan to tear up seven
acres along West Verona districts Key Communicators group
Avenue and turn it into a
multimillion-dollar redevel- SCOTT GIRARD
opment project will wait at Unified Newspaper Group
least another month to get a
key city approval. Verona Area School District officials got
The project, now called their first chance at a public outreach meeting
Sugar Creek Commons, has on the upcoming referendum Monday morning.
several hurdles before it can That also meant their first chance to assess
become a reality, not the what questions community members might be
least of which is resistance asking in the coming months, based on the dis-
from the Plan Commission tricts early communication strategies.
about its plan to put 284 The group included elected officials and
apartments there. candidates from the cities of Verona and Fitch-
Some commissioners and burg, business owners and others the district
city staff agreed Monday considers Key Communicators a designa-
the entirety of the apart- tion established before the land referendums in
ments were not only neces- 2015. The district looks at this group as a start-
sary for financial viability ing point for district communications, selecting
but also reasonable because Photo by Kate Newton them based on other connections they have in
of the proximity to down- Costas Tsolis spins Hannah Wildenborg around as they walk in the final round of models. the community and their ability to pass along
town and the lack of oth- information they receive at meetings like Mon-

Preview to prom
er housing in the area. But days.
others got hung up on the A few of the groups questions focused on
density, as District 2 Ald. the splitting of measures on the April ballot
Jack Linder put it, of 40 into one for the high school and another for
units per acre. athletic facilities. Some in the audience had to
Standard city zoning ask repeated follow-ups on what athletic fields
allows up to 12 units per
acre, but several develop-
VAHS hosts fashion show ahead of dance would be included softball, baseball, football
and soccer and what would happen if the new
ments in the city are well Verona Area High School students were nothing but school were approved but the fields were not.
above that. on trend as they modeled the latest formal fashions at the Administrators and board members have said
Ultimately, the commis- annual Prom Fashion Show Sunday, Feb. 5, in the schools Inside at past meetings that such a situation would
sion couldnt even make a Performing Arts Center. mean students get bused to the competition
recommendation, as com- This years show, Rockin the Red Carpet!, featured fields adding busing costs and hassle but
missioners began counting See more photos from
four groups of models wearing outfits area retailers like some in the audience suggested making those
Nedrebos, Veras Bridal, Citrine and Veronas Moments to the fashion show needs extremely clear in any future commu-
Turn to Commons/Page 13 nications so voters can understand the impor-
Cherish. Proceeds from the event, which included a silent
auction, bake sale and door prizes, will support the VAHS Page 14 tance of that ballot question.
prom and post-prom events on April 29.
Whats Kate Newton Turn to Referendum/Page 13
The project will need
to return to the Plan
No changes to late starts next year after muddled survey
SCOTT GIRARD consider whether to change late But VASD director of human He recommended the district
Commission for general starts. resources Jason Olson, who was continue looking at the idea for
Unified Newspaper Group
development plan review District officials have been try- working with the calendar commit- future school years.
and recommendation L a t e s t a r t M o n d a y s wo n t ing to find more time for staff tee, told the school board Monday Its a complex topic, Olson
before it can proceed. change for the 2017-18 school development over the past two that a survey on the idea that went said. It probably points to us
The next meeting is year. years through changes to the cal- out over winter break did not offer needing to do more outreach and
The school board approved endar, and one proposal would a clear path. Olson said feedback communication.
scheduled for 6:30p.m. the school calendar without any have eliminated some or all late mostly focused on the questions
March 5. changes Monday night after wait- starts to create full professional being unclear, which led to kind Contact Scott Girard at ungreport-
ing an extra month to development days for staffers. of muddled responses. and follow him on

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Landau helps kids

Bring on Spring
Madison-area childrens entertainer David Landau
returned to his Verona roots he taught first grade in the
city for 11 years to lead a Bring on Spring concert
Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Verona Area High School Perform-
ing Arts Center. The auditorium was packed with parents
and kids: many found it too challenging to stay in their
seats and opted to dance in the aisles instead, something
Landau encourages in his interactive songs.
Landau, voted the 2016 Childrens Performer of the
Year by the Madison Area Music Association, performs
at schools, libraries and other locations throughout the
state. For information, visit his website at

Kate Newton

Photos by Kate Newton

Emma Van Wyk, 5, of Madison, turns around to make a funny face while listening to David Landaus performance from the
front row.

On the web
See more photos from the concert:

David Landau says goodbye to kids in the crowd at the end

of the set.

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City of Verona
Chamber building
Commission forwards restaurants
Stopgap measure
undergoing renovation Four Sisters would inhab-
it. The Four Sisters permit
will add about 25 was forwarded to the coun-
Updates set for April as usual for chamber staff,
more events on site, like lun-
cil with no discussion. cheons and a gift-wrapping who are working out of a
more parking spots next? Four Sisters is the sec- a long time coming open house during Home- donated office space on the
ond restaurant for a chain town Holidays in December. third floor of the Wisconsin
JIM FEROLIE The Common Council of La Crosse-based busi- KATE NEWTON The renovation isnt con-
Bank and Trust building at
Verona Press editor will review conditional nesses, including a wine Unified Newspaper Group fined to the buildings interi-
6180 Verona Road.
use permits for both and tapas restaurant, a or: when the weather warms T h ey l l m a i n t a i n t h e
Two new restaurants catering service and wed- The Verona Area Cham- up, Jordan said work will same hours and have post-
appear to be on their way restaurants Monday. ding design studio. ber of Commerce vacated its begin outside on the facadeed a notice at the old office
to Liberty Business Park, Nalah provided scant West Verona Avenue build- and landscaping. Those warning visitors of their
but the parking could get information in its submis- ing this week to allow for a updates could include new temporary location, Jordan
tight for a few months. River Pizza. The citys sion but referred to local- long-awaited renovation, but signage to make the building
said, but recommend peo-
The Plan Commission calculations included the ly sourced food and beer the departure itself will actu- more noticeable to pass- ple make appointments in
gave its blessing to both needs of total capacity and it shows 72 indoor and ally be relatively brief. ersby. the coming weeks since the
Four Sisters and Nalah including outdoor pati- 48 outdoor seats. It would Executive director Le The whole building, office isnt as easily accessi-
Monday, but not without os, which clearly wont occupy the same building Jordan told the Press Mon- inside and out, has needed ble for walk-ins.
some discussion on what be used until later in the as Sugar River Pizza. day the staff expects to be a refreshing and an update The chamber is also
could be severe parking year. And later, the devel- Both restaurants were moved back in by early accepting inquiries from
for quite some time, and its
limitations at one of them opers architect suggested, allowed to use outdoor April, a quick turnaround those interested in contrib-
time to do that, Jordan said.
without future accommo- other projects in the area seating, with 4-foot-tall considering the chamber Verona is a very prosper- uting to (the project) finan-
dations. with less nighttime-inten- fences around the patios hadnt officially decided to ous, growing and expand- cially or through goods and
For now, commissioners sive uses will help provide and other typical condi- go ahead with the project ing town, and the chamber services, according to its
agreed unanimously that overflow parking. tions of such patio areas. until early last month email newsletter. For infor-
needs to be right along there
repurposing a drive aisle The building and its though its been in consider- with it. mation, contact Jordan at
would work as a stopgap parking are a mirror image Email Verona Press ation since the building was or
measure, getting about 25 of the building across Lib- editor Jim Ferolie at purchased in 2012.
Business as usual 845-5777.
more spots for the build- erty Drive, where Verona Were really excited it During the renovation, Contact Kate Newton at
ing with Nalah and Sugar Woods just opened and all of the sudden fell into Jordan said its business
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Summer school wages increased Wo r k i n g o n a b o u t a
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Admins hope School principal Sandy enrichment classes will updating the offices car- David Launder, EA, CFP
Eskrich. make $28 after making $25 pet, doors, interior paint,
for more K-8 That change will allow since 2012. Non-VASD bathrooms and break room,
Heidi Schultz, CPA
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School District all got a school teachers for for guard, swim instructor and more inviting while allow-
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approved raises across the how that works, said increased by $1 per hour.
Jordan said.
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class district officials hope The rest of the wages will be available for rent $120 for 2nd Floor
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Letter to the editor

Give Trump a chance to succeed
I couldnt help noticing the Now, I dont approve of water-
apoplectic comment by one of boarding, but before readers shout
your readers, proclaiming Presi- criminal, they should remember
dent Donald Trump ...a liar and Hillary Clinton, who famously
criminal who has an out-of-control said, You are entitled to your own
ego fueled by an obsession to be opinion, but not to your own facts.
revered. I wondered, substitute References to Trump as Hitler is an
revered with secretive and mil- example of over-the-top provoca-
lions of people would say you have tion and divisiveness, used almost
Hillary Clinton. Indeed, Hillarys exclusively by political fringe
negative poll numbers were actual- groups. In this case, such talk pro-
ly greater than Trumps by Election foundly shows a lack of historical
Day. understanding and perspective.
Of course, some will say the For example, current economic
Russians fudged those numbers conditions in the United States
too. But the election is over. I compared to those found in 1920s
guess some people cant let it Germany that gave rise to Hitler
go. Your reader cites the Obama are, dare I use the word, hugely
birther controversy as well as the different. Moreover, Hitlers expan-
inaugural crowd size as examples sionist views in foreign policy
of Trumps poor judgment. Thats matters are very much the opposite
fine. I am not defending Trumps of Trumps America First view-
Twitter rants. Some of the things he points.
has said are jaw-dropping. But he I view Trumps presidency so far
is now president, and the country as both exciting and unsettling. But
needs to focus on policy. I do know that it will not be pas-
Your reader says that Trump sive, like our last president. People
supports waterboarding despite the
opposition of his new Secretary
even presidents make mistakes.
But lets give this one a chance to Community Voices

Fern paradise reminds

of Defense, James Mattis. That is succeed before attaching criminal
incorrect (I dont like to use the to his name. For those who are still
word liar unless I halfway under- in denial about the election, I have
stand the persons intent). Yet any- the following suggestion: Go to the

us of plants importance
one who watches a news broadcast cupboard, find a brown lunch bag.
knows that President Trump has Cup it and breathe slowly. Stay
publicly deferred to Mattis on that calm and be civil.
issue. Furthermore, Trump has said,

I want to do everything within the R.J. Moore, n Wisconsin, we can say that and the National Tourism Board. sunny day. Whatever the case,
bounds of the law. Village of Belleville no two snowflakes are the The fern was one of the most they never fail to play with my
same. A New Zealander, how- common proposals for the 2015 imagination.
ever, would be more apt to save national flag re-design initiative. The more I learn about ferns
this claim for their most recog- Its unfurled frond known as and other local plants, the more
Correction nizable plant group and unoffi- the koru is an integral part I am reminded of a sign my
cial national symbol, the fern. of traditional Maori artwork, and mother once found while hiking.
Once again, because the reporter failed to check a map, the Verona For a simple plant with green many proud Kiwis get a tattoo of She sent me a photo of it, and
Press incorrectly identified Church and Grove avenues as Church and fronds, it can take on a surpris- a silver fern to express their love Ive kept it ever since. The sign
Grove streets in a Jan. 26 story. ing number of forms and mean- of country. read: Native Americans say the
The Press regrets this error. ings. Most of these are lost on Comparatively, the black tree reason the Great Spirit (God)
the time-pressed tourist, but a fern or mamaku is also impos- created humans last is because
keen observer sible to miss. This is because it humans were the least import-
with a slow can grow up to 20 meters high, ant.
pace would with a full, brilliant, green cano- It goes on to point out that
quickly discov- py that rivals any palm tree. plants provide oxygen, food and
Thursday, February 9, 2017 Vol. 52, No. 38 er their endless To stumble upon an adoles- medicine, so while they can sur-
USPS No. 658-320 expressions of cent black tree fern is literally vive without humans, we cant
Periodical Postage Paid, Verona, WI and additional offices. individuality. like walking into the set of The survive without plants. Its not
Published weekly on Thursday by the Unified Newspaper Group, With six Lord of the Rings (which, yes, easy to be humbled by some-
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The Verona Press, PO Box 930427, Verona, WI 53593. explore New Dresser brown stem with unfurled fronds beneath our shoes, but we should
Office Location: 133 Enterprise Drive, Verona, WI 53593 Zealand, I am takes on the look of a giant wiz- be.
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a bit of time to be that keen It looks as though its been tem- feelings brought about by ferns.
observer and learn about some porarily driven into the ground, They all occupy the same forest
of the countrys more than 200 simply waiting for Gandalfs in the same way that each indi-
Circulation customer service: (800) 355-1892 species of fern and how Ive return. Many a passerby has felt vidual snowflake falls from the never given them the credit they enticed to wait, as well. same sky. Their presence invites
This newspaper is printed on recycled paper. deserve. Finally, national pride and us to marvel at the harmony of
The silver fern or ponga in aesthetic mysticism aside, the diversity that Mother Nature so
General Manager Circulation Maori (the language of the Mao- hen and chicken fern deserves effortlessly seems to achieve,
Lee Borkowski Carolyn Schultz ri, the indigenous people of New recognition for purely practical as it is one that we humans so Zealand) is unquestionably the reasons. imperfectly struggle to imitate.
News most famous of all local ferns. This fern has developed tiny Lately Ive been trying to quite
Sales Manager
Jim Ferolie Maori legend says the silver fern bulbs that grow on the top of literally shake hands with as
Kathy Neumeister once lived in the sea, but made a their fronds and will eventually many ferns as I can. new home in the forest in order fall off into the soil to create new Their unique physical form
Sports to help the Maori people. Years plants. This is in addition to their may offer the best chance I have
Jeremy Jones ago and even today, hunters, regular reproduction method, at thanking plants overall, and it
Donna Larson warriors and trappers used its propagation by spores, which is provides a slightly more discreet
Assistant Editor silver underside to find their way used by most ferns. alternative to publicly hugging
Classifieds home. When turned silver side This doubly assured reproduc- trees.
Scott Girard
Diane Beaman up and laid upon the ground, the tion means that hen and chicken Really, though, it doesnt mat- reflection of the moonlight on fern can be seen in abundance ter how you do it. Just remember
Reporters the fern frond illuminates a path throughout the islands. Wherever that next time you breathe, eat,
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Anthony Iozzo, Amber Levenhagen, Nowadays, the silver fern hands appear to be waving at thank a plant. Scott De Laruelle, Kate Newton emblem can be seen virtually you or applauding your arrival,
everywhere in New Zealand. It depending on the direction of the Ashley Dresser is a Verona
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Verona Area School District
Farm toy show
Hallways of history returns to
Sugar Creek to hold 60th anniversary celebration Feb. 18
VAHS Sunday
Unified Newspaper Group If You Go The Greater Madison
Sugar Creek Elementa- What: Sugar Creek
Area Farm Toy Show will
mark its 30th year when it
If You Go
ry School is old enough to Elementary School 60th returns to Verona Area High What: Greater Madison
have had three generations Anniversary School next week. Area Farm Toy Show
of some families sit in its When: 1-3p.m. Saturday, The event, which runs
classrooms. When: 9a.m. to 3p.m.
Feb. 18 from 9a.m. to 3p.m. Sun- Sunday, Feb. 12
This school has played day, Feb. 12, will pack
a really important role in Where: Sugar Creek 180 tables of new and vin- Where: Verona Area
Veronas educational his- Elementary School, 420 tage farm toys and agri- High School gymnasi-
tory, said principal Todd Church Ave. culture memorabilia into um, 300 Richard St.
Brunner. It was the Vero- the schools gymnasium. Info: 2017 Greater
na Elementary School for Both individual dealers and Madison Area Farm Toy
decades until we started larger farm toy companies Show on Facebook
building other schools. less than two months before from across the Midwest
Saturday, Feb. 18, Brun- Verona Area School Dis- participate annually in the
ner and others hope to hear trict residents will vote on show, which is hosted by
some of the stories from the a set of referendums that the Verona FFA Alumni 11a.m., and the show will
hallways of history with a includes a plan to stop affiliate. The event serves as also feature the return of
60th anniversary celebra- using the building in 2020 the groups second-biggest several farm scene displays,
tion. and likely sell the land the fundraiser, according to its as well areas for kids activ-
The 1-3p.m. event will school sits on. Facebook page, with a por- ities and driving radio-con-
include historical displays Right now, especially tion of the proceeds from trolled tractors. Entry is $3,
about the school and Vero- because of the uncertain- admission and concessions with free admission for kids
nas old country schools, ty for the future of Sug- going toward college schol- under 10.
walking tours, a presenta- ar Creek, it just feels like arships for members of the For information, search
tion from former teachers a good celebration of not VAHS FFA chapter and the Verona FFA Alumni or
Photo submitted
about the changes in edu- only the school but our Verona Agriculture Educa- 2017 Greater Madison
community, Milhans said. Sugar Creek Elementary School teachers Eric Massey and
cation, games in the library Haley Brisky shared their 1950s outfits at a school open tion program. Area Farm Toy Show on
and historical yearbooks. The plan for the near Pedal pull tractor rides for Facebook.
house in October.
Of course well have future is OK with Brunner, both kids and adults begin at Kate Newton
birthday cake, added Sugar though.
Creek parent volunteer Sara The building has stayed a challenge in 2017, he its going to be really touch-
Milhans. the same (over 60 years), said. ing and meaningful for
Milhans is especially but the staff is very much a Others include getting those people to come back
hoping that former students 21st-century staff, he said. around the school, creating to see the school today and
or teachers come to share He listed off challeng- collaborative learning envi- see its still doing a won-
their stories, even if theyre es they have to overcome, ronments and a lack of nat- derful job educating Verona

not specifically about the including something as ural light in some areas. students, he said.
school. simple as trying to use Despite all that, Brunner
We would love to hear technology in classrooms, said he is excited to cele- Contact Scott Girard at
what people remember which often have few out- brate the school community
about Sugar Creek and lets. that has thrived in the build- and follow him on Twitter
about Verona, she said. That may have worked ing over the years. @sgirard9.
The celebration comes really well in 1957, but its Whoever comes, I think

Verona residents to present at Garden Expo

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Pancake Breakfast
Saturday, February 18, 2017
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Verona residents Mary What: Wisconsin Public Televisions annual Garden Expo For more information on the Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage,
Halstad and Bruce Schwei- Garden Expo, including how to get
When: 2-8p.m. Friday, Feb. 10; 9a.m. to 6p.m. Saturday, discounted Friday admission, visit:
Fruit, Coffee, Juice & milk
ger will present seminars at $5.00 per Person
Feb. 11 and 10a.m. to 4p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12.

the upcoming Garden Expo,

which runs Feb. 10-12 at Where: Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center in Madi- $4.00 Ages 3-12 and over 60
the Alliant Energy Center in son, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison Free to children Under 3
Madison. Tickets: One-day tickets: $8 advance, $10 at the door;
The annual event, pre- two-day passes: $13 advance, $15 at the door; three-day
sented by Wisconsin Pub- passes: $16 advance, $18 at the door; Children 12 and Garden Expo cost $8 in The Family of
lic Television, is returning
for its 24th year and will be
held in the venues Exhi-
under free
advance or $10 at the door,
while two-day passes are
available for $13 in advance
Raymond Gust
bition Hall from 2-8p.m. or $15 at the door. Three- would like to thank everyone
Friday, Feb. 10; 9a.m. to day passes are also avail-
6p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11 Other notable special UW-Extension Horticulture. able in advance for $16 or for the many cards, food, flowers
and 10a.m. to 4p.m. Sun- presentations include: Julie The event celebrates the lat- $18 at the door. Children 12 and memorials
day, Feb. 12. Dawson of Seed to Kitchen est trends in gardening, land- and under will be admitted we received at the time of our loss.
Collaborative (Friday and scaping and edible plants, free of charge.

Among the nearly 150

educational seminars and Saturday); Inga Witscher attracting more than 20,000 For information, con- A special thank you to Father Vernon
demonstrations planned of Around the Farm Table people from across the Mid- tact WPT publicist Susan- and the CCW of St. Andrews.
for the event, Halstad will (Friday and Saturday); west, according to a news nah Brooks at 265-6193 or
lead a session on Classi- Gretchen Mead of Victory release. WPT events manager Kris-
cal Greek Origins of the Garden Initiative (Satur- There will also be a raf- tin Korevec at 262-5256. 26th Annual
Spaghetti Supper
Art of Herbal Medicine at day); and Larry Meiller of fle for prizes including
10:15a.m. Sunday. She will Garden Talk (Saturday). landscape packages, equip- Contact Amber Levenhagen
also lead a session on Your The Garden Expo serves ment, decorations, tools and at amber.levenhagen@
Local Three-Herb Kit, at
3:30p.m. Saturday.
Schweiger is the Turf-
as a fundraiser for WPT
and is co-organized by
Single-day tickets for the
& Raffle
Deer Creek
grass Diagnostic Lab Man-
ager at the OJ Noer Turf- Verona Farmers Market is Looking for Local Vendors Sportsman Club
grass Research Facility Sell Your Local Items Such As: Sat., Feb. 11
outside Verona, part of the
UW-Madison Department Produce Homemade Jams & Jellies Ticket Cost: $13
of Plant Pathology. He will Dinner from 3-9 p.m.
lead a discussion on Com- Arts & Crafts Plants & Flowers
mon Ground Initiative and
Sustainable Turf Options
Local Honey Cheese & Sausage Verona Rafe at 9 p.m.
Ticket needed for admission
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Coming up Churches
All Saints Lutheran Church Sunday: 9 & 11 a.m., St. Andrew,
Absentee voting Juliet at 7p.m. Friday, Feb. 10 and Valentines, or simply stop by to dip 2951 Chapel Valley Rd., Fitchburg Verona
Saturday, Feb. 11, at Verona Area High snacks in the chocolate fountain. (608) 276-7729 Daily Mass, Tuesday-Saturday: 8
City Hall will be open for in-person School Performing Arts Center, 300 For information, call 845-7180. a.m., St. Andrew, Verona
early absentee voting for the Feb. 21 Richard St. Pastor Rich Johnson
primary election from 8a.m. to 4:30 Exploration Academy student Kelsey Concert band Sunday: 8:30 & 10:45 a.m. St. James Lutheran Church
p.m. Monday through Friday through ELCA
Pacetti is directing the production, and The Verona Area Concert Band invites The Church in Fitchburg 427 S. Main St., Verona
Feb. 17. VAHS juniors Caulden Parkel and the community to its A World of Music 2833 Raritan Rd., Fitchburg (608) 845-6922
Polls will be open on election day Denisa Ramseier are playing the title concert from 7:30-9p.m. Thursday, Feb. (608) 271-2811
on Feb. 21 from 7a.m. to 8p.m. Voters roles. Tickets are $7 for adults, and $5 for
16, at the Verona Area High School Pastors Kurt M. Billings and Peter
Sunday: 8 & 10:45 a.m. Narum
must present an acceptable photo ID students and children. For information, Performing Arts Center, 300 Richard St. Office Hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon-
before receiving a ballot. The last day visit fairveronashakespearecompany. The musicians will take the audience Fitchburg Memorial UCC day, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; 8
to request an absentee ballot via mail is on a journey across the globe with 5705 Lacy Rd., Fitchburg a.m.-noon Wednesday
Thursday, Feb. 16. (608) 273-1008 Saturday Worship: 5 p.m.
a selection of music inspired by
For information, visit Senior outreach Armenia, Japan, Mexico, Rome and
Pastor Phil Haslanger
Sunday Worship: 8:30 and 10:45
or contact the clerks office at 845-6495. Becky Losby, case manager at the more. Admission is free, but donations Sunday: 8:15 and 10 a.m.
Salem United Church of Christ
Concert series Verona Senior Center, will be conducting are appreciated. For information, visit Good Shephard Lutheran 502 Mark Dr., Verona
senior case management outreach at the Church ECLA (608) 845-7315
Listen to the Rhapsody Trio perform library from 1-2p.m. Monday, Feb. 13. (608) 271-6633
works by the German composer Johann No appointment necessary, and those Driving class Central: Raymond Road & Whitney
Way, Madison
Rev. Dr. Mark E. Yurs, Pastor
Laura Kolden, Associate in Min-
Bach from 6:30-7:30p.m. Thursday, interested can drop in anytime during Drivers ages 50 and older can brush Sunday: 8:15, 9:30 & 10:45 a.m. istry
Feb. 9, at the library. the hour. Losby will answer questions up on their driving skills by taking an West: Corner of Hwy. PD & Nine Sunday School: 9 a.m.
The music will be interspersed and provide resources and information AARP Smart Drivers Course from noon Mound Road, Verona Sunday Worship: 10:15 a.m.
with real anecdotes about the prolific on Medicare, home care, housing to 4p.m. Friday, Feb. 17, at the senior Sunday: 9 & 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m. Fellowship Hour: 11:30 a.m.
composer. This free performance is part assistance, financial resources and more. center. Damascus Road Church West Springdale Lutheran Church
of the Classical Concert Series presented For information, call 845-7471. The course will include video The Verona Senior Center ECLA
in partnership with the Rhapsody Arts clips and discussion with a volunteer 108 Paoli St., Verona 2752 Town Hall Rd. (off Hwy ID),
Center. For information, call 845-7180. Chocolate tasting instructor; a workbook will be provided.
(608) 819-6451 Mount Horeb, (608) 437-3493
Romeo and Juliet Preteens and teens age 11-18 can Participants should bring their drivers
Pastor Jeff Jacobs
visit the library on Valentines Day for a licenses and their AARP card (if they are Pastor Justin Burge
The Fair Verona Shakespeare Teen Chocolate Tasting program from members) to the class. For information Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday: 8:45 a.m. with communion
Company, a local student-run theater 4-5:30p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14. or to register, call 845-7471. Memorial Baptist Church Sugar River United Methodist
organization, will present Romeo and Participants can stay and make some 201 S. Main St., Verona Church
(608) 845-7125 415 W. Verona Ave., Verona (608) 845-5855
Community calendar Lead Pastor Jeremy Scott
Sunday: 10:15 a.m.,
Pastor Gary Holmes
Thursday, February 9 7 p.m., Fair Verona Shakespeare senior center, 845-7471 Redeemer Bible Fellowship 9 & 10:30 a.m. contemporary
6:30-7:30 p.m., Classical Concert Company presents Romeo and 4-5:30 p.m., Teen Chocolate Tasting 130 N. Franklin St., Verona worship.
Juliet ($7 adults, $5 students and (608)848-1836 Sunday School available during
Series: Bach, library, 845-7180 (ages 11-18), library, 845-7180 worship. Refreshments and fellow-
children), VAHS PAC, 300 Richard 6:30 p.m., Four Seasons Theatre Pastor Dwight R. Wise ship are between services.
Friday, February 10 St., fairveronashakespearecompany. presents The Stories of Fiddler on Sunday: 10 a.m. family worship
7 p.m., Late Harvest, Tuvalu the Roof, library, fourseasonstheatre. West Madison Bible Church
7 p.m., Fair Verona Shakespeare Resurrection Lutheran Church 2920 Hwy. M, Verona
Sunday, February 12 com WELS (608) 845-9518
Company presents Romeo and 6705 Wesner Rd., Verona
Juliet ($7 adults, $5 students and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 2017 Greater Mad- Wednesday, February 15 (608) 848-4965 Pastor Dan Kukasky Jr.
children), Verona Area High School ison Area Farm Toy Show ($3; kids 10:30 a.m., Half-Hour Health Talk: Sunday Worship: 9:15 a.m.
Performing Arts Center, 300 Richard under 10 free), Verona Area High Sleep Changes, senior center, 845- Pastor Nathan Strutz and Assistant Sunday School: 10:45 a.m.
St., fairveronashakespearecompany. School, 300 Richard St., 845-4475 7471 Pastor Benjamin Phelps
Thursday: 6:30 p.m. Zwingli United Church of Monday, February 13 4-5 p.m., Tween Craft Wednesday: Sunday: 9 a.m. Christ
Saturday, February 11 1-2 p.m., Senior center manage- Emoji Pillows (grades 3-6; registra- Hwy. 92 & G, Mount Vernon
tion required), library, 845-7180 St. Christopher Catholic Parish (608) 832-6677
9:15-10 a.m., Mandarin/English ment outreach, library, 845-7471 St. Andrew Church Pastor Brad Brookins
story and craft program (ages 3-7), 2 p.m., Winter hike at Blue Mounds Thursday, February 16 301 N. Main St., Verona Sunday: 10:15 a.m.
St. William Church
library, 845-7180 State Park (meet at senior center; 4 p.m., Anime Club (grades 6-12), 1371 Hwy. PB, Paoli Zwingli United Church of
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Mending Day registration required), 845-7471 library, 845-7180 (608) 845-6613 Christ
(repeats second Saturdays), BPNN, 7 p.m., Common Council, Verona 6-7 p.m., Evening Caregiver Sup- Hwy. 69 & PB, Paoli
City Center, 845-6495 Fr. William Vernon, pastor (608)845-5641
279-7596 port Group (repeats first and third Saturday: 5 p.m., St. Andrew, Rev. Sara Thiessen
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Prairie Kitchen Tuesday, February 14 Thursdays; refreshments 5:30-6 Verona Sunday: 9:30 a.m. family worship
free community meal, BPNN, bpnn. 10 a.m to 2 p.m., Quilts of Valor p.m.), senior center, 845-7471 Sunday: 7:30 a.m., St. William,
org group meeting, Verona American 7:30-9 p.m., A World of Music
2:30-3:30 p.m., Wet Felting Flow- Legion, 207 Legion St., 577-5906 featuring the Verona Area Concert
ers Make and Take (ages 7-13; reg- 11:45 p.m., Valentines Day lunch Band, Verona Area High School Per-
istration required), library, 845-7180 and barbershop quartet performance forming Arts Center, 300 Richard St., Cultivate Your Friendships
7 p.m., Deep Pool, Tuvalu (reservations required for lunch),
The advice to cultivate your friendships is good
advice on a variety of levels. Having good and reliable
Whats on VHAT-98 friends provides the social support that all of us need.
And there is good evidence that loneliness is a serious
Thursday, February 9 from Feb. 6 Senior Center 10 p.m. James Kellerman health risk, increasing your risk of high blood pressure,
7 a.m. James Kellerman at 11 a.m. Verona 90-91 5 p.m. 2015 Wildcats at Senior Center depression and dementia. The advice to cultivate your
Senior Center Boys Basketball Football 11 p.m. Kat Trio friendships is also particularly relevant in todays highly
8 a.m.- Zumba Gold 1 p.m. 2015 Wildcats 7 p.m. Common Council Thursday, February 16 mobile society. People often relocate because of school
9 a.m. Daily Exercise Football Live 7 a.m. James Kellerman at or work, and while technology can keep us connected
10 a.m. Kat Trio at Senior 4:30 p.m. Sugar River at 9 p.m. Hindu Cultural Hour Senior Center even when were halfway around the world, too often
Center Historical Society 10 p.m. James Kellerman 8 a.m.- Zumba Gold we spend our free time diverted from the quality time
2 p.m. Zumba Gold 6 p.m. Plan Commission at Senior Center 9 a.m. Daily Exercise we should be spending with people who matter to
3 p.m. Daily Exercise from Feb. 6 11 p.m. Kat Trio 10 a.m. Kat Trio at Senior us. There are many ways to cultivate our friendships,
4 p.m. Jim Hetzal at Senior 9 p.m. Verona 90-91 Boys Tuesday, February 14 Center and they all start with spending time with our friends
Center Basketball 7 a.m. James Kellerman at 3 p.m. Daily Exercise and communicating with them when we cant be with
5 p.m. Al Anderson at 10 p.m. Sugar River at Senior Center 4 p.m. Jim Hetzal at Senior them physically. As always, the golden rule applies to
Senior Center Historical Society 10 a.m.- Zumba Gold Center friendship as to every other relationship, and counsels
6 p.m. Salem Church 11 p.m. Kat Trio at Senior 9 a.m. Daily Exercise 5 p.m. Al Anderson at us to do the things for our friends that we would like
Service Center 10 a.m. Kat Trio Senior Center them to do for us, such as lending an ear, helping in
7 p.m. Wayne the Wizard Sunday, February 12 2 p.m.- Zumba Gold 6 p.m. Salem Church times of need, and just being there to share the good
at Senior Center 7 a.m. Hindu Cultural Hour 3 p.m. Daily Exercise Service times and the bad. Christopher Simon, Metro News
8 p.m. Daily Exercise 9 a.m. Resurrection Church 4 p.m. Jim Hetzal at Senior 7 p.m. Wayne the Wizard Service
9 p.m. Active Shooter 10 a.m. Salem Church Center at Senior Center
Training at Senior Center Service 5 p.m. Al Anderson at 8 p.m. Daily Exercise Two are better than one, because they have a good
10 p.m. Sugar River at Noon - Plan Commission Senior Center 9 p.m. Active Shooter return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one
Historical Society from Feb. 6 6 p.m. Resurrection Training at Senior Center can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and
Friday, February 10 3 p.m. Verona 90-91 Boys Church 10 p.m. Sugar River at has no one to help them up.
7 a.m. Jim Hetzal at Senior Basketball 8 p.m. Wayne the Wizard Historical Society Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 NIV
Center 4:30 p.m. Sugar River at at Senior Center
1 p.m. Active Shooter
Training at Senior Center
Historical Society
6 p.m. Plan Commission
9 p.m. Active Shooter
Training at Senior Center
Support groups
3 p.m. Verona 90-91 Boys from Feb. 6 10 p.m. Sugar River at AA Meeting, senior cen-
Basketball 9 p.m. Verona 90-91 Boys Historical Society ter, Thursdays at 1 p.m.
4 p.m. Al Anderson at Basketball Wednesday, Febuary 15

Senior Center 10 p.m. Sugar River at 7 a.m. Jim Hetzal at Senior Caregivers Support
5 p.m. 2015 Wildcats Historical Society Center Group, senior center, first 430 E. Verona Ave.
Football 11 p.m. Kat Trio 1 p.m. Active Shooter and third Tuesday, 10 a.m. 845-2010 adno=455161-01

8:30 p.m. Active Shooter Monday, February 13 Training at Senior Center Healthy Lifestyles
Training at Senior Center 7 a.m. Jim Hetzal at Senior 3 p.m. Verona 90-91 Boys Group meeting, senior Call 845-9559
10 p.m. James Kellerman Center Basketball center, second Thursday
at Senior Center 1 p.m. Active Shooter 5 p.m. Common Council from 10:30 a.m. to advertise on the

11 p.m. Kat Trio at Senior Training at Senior Center from Feb. 13 Parkinsons Group, Verona Press
Center 3 p.m. Verona 90-91 Boys 7 p.m. Capital City Band senior center, third
Saturday, February 11 Basketball 8 p.m. Jim Hetzal at Senior Friday at 10 a.m. church page
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Verona Area Historical Society

Hammers and horseshoes

Batkers blacksmith subject of Saturday session
Unified Newspaper Group If You Go Notes
As late as the 1950s, it wasnt What: Verona Area Historical VAHS member Ruth Jensen
uncommon to see both cars and Society meeting
noted that John Scharers book
horse carriages traveling around When: 10a.m. Saturday, Feb.
Verona, and some older resi- 11
presentation in December at the
dents still recall seeing horses Sows Ear was a standing-room
Where: Verona Senior Center,
being shoed right on Main Street
108 Paoli St. only event, with most attendees
at the Batker blacksmith shop, purchasing at least one book.
VAHS president Jesse Charles Info: 845-7471
Photos submitted
Students in Bradley Crandells physical education class tried out the
told the Press in an email. VAHS president Jesse
recently donated skis on a sunny day Feb. 2.
The old blacksmith building Charles is looking for people to
(currently occupied by Plumb- Native Americans to its shores,
ing and Glass) is the subject of and it was the river that first
help him conduct historical inter-
attracted the white travelers views of Verona area residents.
the Verona Area Historical Soci-
etys meeting on Feb. 11. Guest to the area. In 1995, the Upper Troy Rost has begun replac-
Kim Kemper will talk about the River Initiative, focusing on
history of the business, which the watershed area from Mount ing one of the main supports of

goes started when Main Street was

shared by both automobiles and
the original source of horsepow-
Horeb to Belleville was created.
It took three years to clear
debris from Verona to Paoli.
the Matts House to prevent fur-
ther sagging of the house, as
the old support apparently was
Recently, the Upper Sugar Riv-
er, Charles said. destroyed with the installation
Kemper is the great-grand- er Watershed Association has
daughter of George Batker, been working on an overgrown of furnace ducts. Pipes for gas
whose blacksmith shop served Badger Mill Creek in Vero- lighting were found across the
S ava n n a O a k s na. The Badger Mill Creek, a
Middle School
the needs of the city for many ceiling and down the wall.
years from horseshoes to major feeder tributary of the
students are learn- welding and machinery repair. Sugar River, receives three mil- Gordon School, Dist. 11 is
ing a new life- She and members of the Batker lion gallons of recycled, treated slated for demolition in the near
time activity after family have done research on water every day from the Madi-
a donation of 30 future with the reconstruction of
the shop, and will present some son Metropolitan Sewerage Dis-
cross country skis. of the stories and artifacts they trict. Keeping the water flow- the County Hwy. M and Midtown
The CXC Nordic have preserved. ing is essential for the channel Road intersection.
Rocks for Schools banks, for fish habitation and
program donated History of Sugar River for inhibiting invasives. The society is still interest-
the skis in January, In his discussion at last ed in Pump House No. 1 as a
and students began The Central Cross Country Ski Association donat- months VAHS meeting, Bill historical building (display place)
Email Unified Newspaper Group
using them in Feb- ed 30 cross country skis to Savanna Oaks Middle
ruary. School, where one of the cross country ski teams Keen said the major waterway reporter Scott De Laruelle at when it is no longer a viable
members attended when she was in middle which runs through and skirts pumping station.
school. Verona had long attracted the


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Verona Area School District

17 students medal at regional FBLA conference

Verona Area High School
might have some future
business leaders in its
Medal winners
ranks. First place
Seventeen VAHS stu-
dents earned medals at the Lorenzo Albertoni, Securities and
regional Future Business Investments
Leaders of America confer-
ence over the weekend at Second place
DeForest High School, with
10 of those moving onto the Claire Swain, Publication Design;
state conference in Apple- Stephen Van Horne and Joshua Ra-
ton in early April. tze, Business Plan; Zachary Hurst,
T h e F B L A c l u b wa s Cyber Security; Andrew Knuppel,
established at the beginning
of this school year. Nation- Economics
ally, the organization has Third place
more than 230,000 mem-
bers, according to its web- Hanna Houtakker, Economics;
site. Vivek Swaminath, Cyber Security;
The group traveled to the Alex Bernhardt, Business Financial
National Fall Leadership
Conference in Milwaukee Plan; Gaelan Combs, Agribusiness
in the fall, as well, where Fourth place
they were able to connect
with more established clubs Riley Griffin, Computer Applica-
from around the country. tions; Jonah Berry, Michael Egle
Among the medal-win-
ners this weekend, the and Stephen Lund, Sports and En-
group had one fifth-place tertainment Management
finish, two fourth-place
finishes, four each of third-
Fifth place
Photo submitted
place and second-place Some of the Verona Area High School students who attended the Future Business Leaders of America regional Kari Becker, Cassidy Hempel and
teams and finished first in conference were, front row from left, Jamison Huseth, Logan Lindell, Alex Buzza; middle row from left, Cassidy Katherine Karnosky, Social Media
one category, Securities and Hempel, Claire Swain, Hanna Houtakker, Caleb Bohrer, Vivek Swaminath, Maggie Nunn, Kari Becker; back row
Investments. from left, Stephen Van Horne, Josh Ratze, Michael Egle, Riley Griffin, Alex Bernhardt, Jonah Berry and Matt Campaign

The following reports are t r u c k h a d b e e n r i f l e d Nov. 3 one of her political signs outside the Verona Area High Ridge Apartments parking
taken from the log books at the through overnight while 4:24p.m. A woman living had been defaced at her School K-Wing on Nov. 6. lot, and that the only thing
Verona Police Department. parked in front of his res- on the 800 block of Forest residence in the 900 block missing was a Kwik Trip
idence in the 400 block of View Drive reported some- of Tamarack Way, and that Nov. 5 credit card.
Nov. 2 Glacier Ridge Trail. He said one had entered her unlockedsigns had been taken from 12:31-12:32p.m. An offi- 10:25p.m. Officers were
5:20a.m. Officers re- nothing was missing. her yard the previous night
vehicle, likely two days prior, cer took two reports regard- unable to locate the cause of
sponded to reports an iPod Noon An officer responded and had taken a book with for the fifth time. She said ing thefts of five political what callers reported sound-
Touch had been stolen from to another report regarding she wasnt concerned about
the vehicles title and regis- signs from two residences, ed like loud shots near the
inside an unlocked vehicle an unlocked vehicle being tration. The book had been the missing signs, but the de- one in the 700 block of Forest 400 block of Church Avenue.
parked in an open garage entered sometime over the located in a neighbors yardfaced one crossed the line. View Drive and another in the While on a separate call, an
in the 500 block of Harvest overnight hours and ran- the following day. Extra patrol was requested 200 block of Lynne Circle. officer heard the noises and
Lane. The owner was waiting sacked in the 400 block of for the rest of the campaign 4:28p.m. A 33-year-old observed they sounded more
on a potential lead from the Hillcrest Circle. Nothing was Nov. 4 season. An officer eventually Verona woman reported like deep booms than gun-
Track My iPhone app. taken from the car. 2:41p.m. A woman called located the signs, which had someone had entered her shots.
8:15a.m. A Verona resi- the department to complain been burned, in a Dumpster unlocked vehicle in the Park
dent reported his unlocked Kate Newton

Visit Miller and Sons Fiddlerprogram Feb. 14

The short stories of Yid-
for all your dish folklorist Sholem Ale-
ichem were the genesis of If You Go
the musical, Fiddler on the
Valentines Day goodies Roof, but there are other
stories of the creative pro-
What: Four Seasons The-
atre presents The Stories
cess, too. of Fiddler on the Roof
Discover what they are When: 6:30p.m. Tues-
when Four Seasons Theatre day, Feb. 14
presents an hour-long pro- Where: Verona Public
gram called, The Stories Library, 500 Silent St.
of Fiddler on the Roof, at
Info: fourseasonstheatre.
Charming Jewelry the Verona Public Library at
6:30p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Valentines gifts & cards The family-friendly program
is free.
Come in for Sweet Treats During the program, the season and draws on the
Saturday, February 11th audience will learn how the work of Alisa Solomon,
creative team made up of author of Wonder of Won-
Three Orange Doors composer Jerry Bock, lyricist
Sheldon Harnick, playwright
ders: A Cultural History of
Fiddler on the Roof.

608-467-3431 Joseph Stein, director Jerome It is produced with support

2789 Fitchrona Rd. Off Nesbitt Madison Robbins and producer Hal from the Beyond the Page
Open Tuesday-Saturday 11-4 Prince brought tales to life program, a joint effort of the
on the Broadway stage. Dane County Library Service
A quartet of singers will and the Madison Community
Everything for your Sweetheart share the stories and songs,
such as If I Were a Rich
Foundation to create a per-
manent endowment that will
Man, Matchmaker, Match- support expanded humanities
Gifts maker, Tradition and programming in all 28 pub-
Fine Wines Sunrise, Sunset. For those lic libraries in Dane County.
Handcrafted Chocolates in the audience who like to The Beyond the Page pro-
sing, there will be an oppor- gram is supported by the
Valentines Week Hours: tunity to join the performers National Endowment for the
in singing a familiar Fiddler Humanities and the Madison
210 S. Main Street, Verona Mon-Fri 10a-6p. Sat 10a-3p

tune. Community Foundation.


105 S Main St, Oregon

(608) 845-6478 (608) 835-9294
This program is an out-
reach component of Four Kate Newton
Seasons Theatres 2016-17
Jeremy Jones, sports editor Thursday, February 9, 2017 9
845-9559 x226
Anthony Iozzo, assistant sports editor
845-9559 x237
Verona Press
Fax: 845-9550 For more sports coverage, visit:

Player of the
From Jan. 31-Feb. 7

Name: Bryce Hoppe

Grade: Senior

Sport: Swimming

Highlights: Hoppe medaled in the

50 free and 100 breaststroke Friday
at the Big Eight Conference meet
inside the Middleton High School

Honorable mentions: Brandon

Daniels (wrestling) won his third
Big Eight Conference title Saturday;
Jono Herbst (wrestling) took third
at 113 pounds at the Big Eight
tournament; Chandler Bainbridge
(girls basketball) scored 17 of her 21
points in the second half Thursday
in a loss to Middleton and added
11 points in a win over La Follette
Photo by Anthony Iozzo
Saturday; Bui Clements (boys bas-
Senior Brandon Daniels quickly pops up after pinning Middletons Damian Benitez in 57 seconds Saturday in the semifinals of the Big Eight ketball) scored 23 points in a loss
Conference meet at Madison East High School. Daniels won his third conference title with another pin in the finals. to Middleton Friday; Lauren Samz
(gymnastics) tied for first place on
vault with an 8.5. She also finished

Daniels wins third Big 8 title

runner-up as a varsity all-around
with a combined 33.8 in a 130.15-
128.375 victory over Janesville Craig;
Jeff Bishop (boys hockey) scored a
power-play goal and assisted on an
ANTHONY IOZZO 2014-15) and Ben Hanson I am just having fun out on the even-strength goal in the first period
(2011-13). mat and giving it my all for my
If You Go Assistant sports editor
Verona joined the Big Eight last season.
Saturday to help the Wildcats secure
the Big Eight Conference title against
Senior Brandon Daniels in 2008 and wrestled in the On Saturday, Daniels (30-5, Sun Prairie; McKenzie Imhoff (girls
What: WIAA Division 1 joined an elite list of Verona Badger Conference before that. ranked No. 6) pinned Sun Prai- hockey) had three goals and two
regionals Area High School wrestlers Ben Sarbacker (2005-07) won ries Zach Perrich (29-13) in 35 assists Thursday in a 15-0 confer-
When: 10a.m. Saturday Saturday those with three three titles in the Badger Con- seconds in the 145-pound finals. ence win over the Stoughton girls
conference championships. ference, and Joe Sarbacker won He started with two byes before hockey co-op; Zeke Sebastian (boys
Where: DeForest Area High Daniels is the third Wildcat to four titles (2000-03). getting a pin over Middletons swimming) medaled in the 200 and
School win three titles in the Big Eight, I didnt really have too many Damian Benitez in 58 seconds 500 freestyle races Friday at the Big
joining Eric Schmid (2012, tough matches, Daniels said. Eight meet; Shane Rozeboom (boys
Turn to Wrestling/Page 12 swimming) medaled in the 50 and
100 freestyle races Friday at the Big
Eight meet
Boys swimming
Cats finish fourth at Big 8 Conference meet Boys hockey

Wildcats wrap up
Sports editor
If you go
fifth conference title
For the ninth consecutive year, What: WIAA Division 1
the Verona Area/Mount Horeb sectional
boys swimming team has finished
When: 1p.m. Saturday
in eight years
in the top four at the Big Eight
Conference meet. Where: Midddleton High
Bryce Hoppe (50 free, 100 School
breast), Zeke Sebastian (200, 500 Info: Top finisher in each JEREMY JONES
free) and Shane Rozeboom (50, event and best 18 remaining Sports editor
100 free) each medaled in their qualifying times make state
individual events Saturday inside Jack Anderson scored on a breakaway
the Middleton High School nata- late in the second period to help the
torium. Verona boys hockey team clinch at least
V/ME finished fourth with 251 a share of its fifth conference title since
points. Madison West held off the the 500 free (5:01.26). moving to the Big Eight in 2009. Ander-
host Middleton Cardinals 579.5- The 50 free was Verona/Mount son was one of four different goal scorers
550.5 to win their first conference Horebs highest scoring event of on Friday for the Wildcats.
title in over 20 years and Madison the day, led by Hoppes runner-up (Defenseman) Jeff Bishop gathered
Memorial took third with 498. finish. The senior posted a 22.34 the puck and Anderson flew the zone
Sebastian was the first Wildcat second only to Madison West Bishop flipped the puck in the air to
to earn a medal, securing a third- junior Lain Weaver (21.9). Soph- Anderson, who gathered at the far blue
place finish in the 200 freestyle omore Shane Rozeboom touched and was in alone with the goalie, Verona
in 1 minute, 48.72 seconds. The the wall third in 22.47. head coach Joel Marshall said.
Photo by Jeremy Jones
Shane Rozeboom fires off the blocks Saturday at the Big Eight Con- senior added a second individual Rozeboom medaled in his other
ference meet in the 100-yard freestyle. medal with a third-place finish in
Turn to Conference/Page 10 Turn to Big 8/Page 12
10 February 9, 2017 The Verona Press

Sport shorts Girls basketball

Youth Football camp Incoming sixth and sev- the skills need to be a suc-
enth graders can attend the cessful football player at
A Verona youth football strategies camp, which will any position. Emphasis is on
camp will run from 8a.m. put skills into action using teamwork, sportsmanship
Monday, July 17, through individual, team and situa- and fun.
Thursday, July 20, at the tional practices. Strategies Campers will need tennis
VAHS football fields for stu- and game play will also be shoes, cleats, athletic clothes
dents entering fourth through emphasized. and snacks/drinks. All other
ninth grade. Eight and ninth graders equipment will be supplied
There will be a funda- will attend a high school by VAHS.
mentals camp for fourth and prep camp which will work Early registration (before
fifth graders to concentrate on skills using a typical high May 1) is $60. Regular reg-
on skills needed to become a school practice routine. istration (May 1 to June 1) is
better football players. Run- This non-padded camp is $70. Late registration (after
ning, blocking, pursuit, ball a four-day skill development July 1) is $80. No refunds if
skills and game play will be camp with an emphasis on notified after June 1.

Conference: Sectionals up next

Continued from page 9
Notes Photo by Anthony Iozzo
individual swim, matching Senior Grace Schraufnagel battles to keep possession and tries to pass to senior Alex Lueh-
the finish in the 100 free V/ME looking to qualify many to state ring (34) after a rebound Thursday in a Big Eight Conference game against seventh-ranked
(49.54). He made his 50 free Middleton. Luehring and Schraufnagel each scored nine points in a 65-57 loss.
goal time, anchoring the 200 The Wildcats return to Middleton High School at

Comeback falls short against

free relay team of Hoppe, 1p.m. Saturday for the WIAA Division 1 Middleton
Sebastian and Wellnitz to a sectional meet.
runner-up finish in 1:29.99. The top finisher in each event automatically qual-
Hoppe turned in a third- ifies for the WIAA state meet from each of the six

seventh-ranked Middleton
place finish in the 100 breast- sectionals across Wisconsin. The remaining state
stroke (1:02.39) qualifying spots are then selected based on the next
Bryan Touchett, Aidan 18 fastest times from around the state.
Updegrove, Hoppe and Roze- Madison Memorial won the sectional last year and
boom took seventh in the 200 went on to claim its sixth straight Division 1 crown. ANTHONY IOZZO
medley relay (1:43.48). Madison West finished a distant second, and the Assistant sports editor Big Eight Whats next
The Wildcats relay team Brookfield Central/East co-op was third.
of Sebastian, Wellnitz, Madison Memorial has won 16 state team champi- Although the Verona Area Conference Verona travels to Madi-
Touchett and Updegrove fin- onships, which is the most of any program. The Spar- High School girls basketball Team W-L
team lost to seventh-ranked son East (14-4, 12-3) at
ished the day in seventh place tans have also won the most events in meet history
(3:23.76) on the 400 free with 88 after winning four events. Middleton 65-57 Thursday, Middleton 13-2 7:30p.m. Thursday.
relay. there was a lot to build on. Sun Prairie 13-2
Eight of 10 swims by the The Wildcats (12-6 overall, Madison East 12-3
swimmers in the conference up from the 22nd seed to shaved five seconds in the 11-3 Big Eight Conference) a layup during that stretch, and
taper group were season-best finish 16th. Aidan Upde- 500 free and made his goal continued to have trouble Verona 12-3 she finished with 21 points.
times. grove cut seven seconds time in the 100 free on the with turnovers and allowed Janesville Craig 7-8 Verona got points from
Kyle Hoppe dropped and made his fourth goal 400 free relay. Owen Roth- nine 3-pointers, but they also senior Alex Luehring, senior
time of the season in the amer made his goal time in battled back from a 21-point Madison La Follette 6-9 Grace Schraufnagel, junior
almost five seconds in
the 200 IM and moved 500 free. Caulden Parkel the 100 fly. deficit with under 10 minutes Janesville Parker 5-9 Chandler Bainbridge and
to go to cut the first-place Car- Madison Memorial 4-11 junior Brina James during that
dinals lead to six with 20 sec- stretch, but the points were
onds left. Madison West 2-12 spread apart. Middleton senior
Verona was much more Beloit Memorial 0-15 Alexis Thomas drained a
aggressive to the basket in 3-pointer to put the Cardinals
the final 10 minutes and also up 45-24 with about 10 min-
turned the ball over just once utes left.
during that stretch. us confidence if we get the At that point, the Wildcats
I was really proud with chance to play them again. woke up. Bainbridge drove
the way we battled down Middleton, which led 25-15 to the basket for a layup and
the stretch, Murphy said. at halftime, built its lead at the then a drained 3-pointer, and
We could have folded, and start of the second half with a senior Sisi Mitchell followed
we didnt. We made it a 20-9 run. Senior Bria Lemi- with a running layup to cut the
great game. I think it gives rande had two 3-pointers and Turn to Girls BB/Page 12

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Girls hockey Gymnastics
Lynx finish second in Badger Wildcat/Crusaders beat Craig, finish fifth at invite
JEREMY JONES JEREMY JONES the Waukesha co-op 138.450- with a 32.6.
137.850 for first place. Hailey Dohnals solid floor
Sports editor Badger Sports editor
performance helped her finish
V/ME 130.15, second overall with an 8.5,
Two of the Madison Metro Lynx final Conference Lauren Samz continued to
shine for the Verona/Madison Craig 128.375 while Emelia Lichty finished
regular season games will be against
teams ranked among the best in Wiscon- Team W-L-T Points Edgewood gymnastics team fourth with a season-high
The Verona/Madison Edge- 8.25. Lichty also took fourth
sin. Cap City Cougars 8-0-1 17 Saturday at the Middleton wood gymnastic team sent on beam, scoring an 8.2.
Invitational. its seniors and parents home
Fond du Lac 3, Metro Lynx 2 Metro Lynx 6-1-2 14 Samz finished second on V/MEs JV team domi-
happy on Thursday following nated competition, scoring
The seventh-ranked Metro Lynx (13- Rock County 5-3-1 11 vault with a 9.025, which a 130.15-128.375 victory over a season-high (and team
4-4 overall) sprint toward the WIAA Viroqua 4-5-0 8 helped her also finish second Janesville Craig in the Big goal-breaking) 108.45. Vanes-
postseason pitted Madison up against as a varsity all-around with a Eight Conference regular sea- sa Wagner of Edgewood led
Badger Thunder 2-7-0 4 34.825.
the fifth-ranked Fond du Lac Warbirds son finale. the charge, taking first place
co-op (19-2-2) in a nonconference tilt Icebergs 0-9-0 0 Wisconsin Rapids/Lin- The Wildcat/Crusaders lone on floor (7.6) and second on
on Tuesday, which the Lynx lost 3-2. colns Tia Dorshorst won the individual win came from vault (7.55) and beam (7.3).
A scoreless game through the first 22 vault (9.25) and balance beam Lauren Samz who tied Janes- First place on beam went
minutes, Madison West senior forward
Kara Epping got the Lynx on the score-
Whats next (9.65) to take top all-around
honors with a 37.050.
ville Craigs Jenna Brandt on to Savannah Rodriguez
vault with an 8.5. Samz also (7.375). Top honors for
board first, scoring 5:17 minutes into Middletons Madeline placed second on bars (8.075) vault was secured by Lichty
The Metro Lynx (6-1-2) finishes the Pflasterer-Jennerjohn won
the second period. and beam (8.775), and fin- (8.2). Edgewood freshman
The lead was shortlived, however, as Badger Conference season at 7p.m. the uneven bars with a 9.275, ished third on floor (8.45) to Carolyn Ring made her first
the visiting Warbirds popped in a pair of Friday in Viroqua (4-5-0). and West Salems Anna Tem- finish runner-up as a varsity appearance in the lineup,
even-strength goals over the next eight ke scored a 9.45 to secrue the all-around with a combined returning from a preseason
minutes to pull out the win. Madison closes out the regular season floor exercise. 33.8. Edgewood senior Mad- injury and had an impres-
Peyton Airaudi scored at 10:17 and 6:30p.m. Saturday at home against the The Wildcat/Crusaders die Molitor wasnt far behind, sive performance on floor,
Maddy Ott added the game-winning fourth-ranked Bay Area Ice Bears co-op finished fifth (out of eight placing third on beam despite earning her a 7.4, which
goal three minutes later. teams) with a 133.925. The a fall (8.55) and third overall was good for second place.
(17-3-3). West Salem co-op defeated
Sydney McKersie stopped 28 of 30
shots on goal in the loss, while Ashley
Schmitt faced half as many shots and
finished with 13 saves. Arena. Boys basketball
Verona falls behind early to rival Middleton
The Metro Lynx regular season sched- McKenzie Imhoff (3 goals, 2 assists),
ule ends with another postseason caliber Kara Epping (3g, 2a), Ally Conybear
warm-up with the fourth ranked Bay (1g, 5a), Nicole Osborn (3g), Julia Dra-
Area Ice Bears coming to the Madison goo (1g, 4a) and Sierra Berg (2g) all had ANTHONY IOZZO
Ice Arena at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
Weve played a tough schedule all
multiple points for the Metro Lynx.
Stoughtons McKenzie Nisisus did Assistant sports editor Whats next
year, but that is only going to benefit us what she could to keep her team in the
come playoff time, Metro Lynx head game, making 35 saves, but the Icebergs The Verona Area High Verona travels to Madison La Follette (5-12, 3-10) at
(3-19-0, 0-9-0) managed seven shots School boys basketball 7:30p.m. Thursday and to Madison East (11-7, 7-7) at
coach Derek Ward said. team fell behind early Fri-
Metro Lynx 15, Icebergs 0
against Metro Lynx goaltender Erin
day in a 95-73 loss to Mid- 7:30p.m. Saturday.
Besides the Metro Lynx, conference dleton.
Madison scored seven goals in the The host Wildcats (6-11,
first period and five more in the second rivals Sun Prairie (14-3-4) and Rock 6-foot-5 senior Tyree Wi l d c a t s o ff e n s e c o n-
County (12-7-1) are ranked ninth and 4-10) trailed 50-32 at half-
before dialing back the attack with three time, and both offenses E a d y d o m i n a t e d w i t h tinued to show it can also
goals in the final period on its way to 10th, respectively.
continued to do well in the 28 points for the Cardi-
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Verona boys hockey clinched the Big Eight title for the fifth time since switching conferences in 2009 with a 4-1 victory
over Sun Prairie and a tie by the Janesville co-op over the weekend.

Big 8: Wildcats earn No. 1 seed for playoffs

Continued from page 9
Anderson made a slight fake then beat
Photo by Anthony Iozzo
Cardinal goalie Sam Dunn with a high Cats close season against third-ranked Arrowhead Junior Brina James Goes up for a layup in the first half
hard shot over the glove.
Getting the conference championship Verona (12-10-1 overall) travels to the Mullett Ice Center on Friday to Thursday against Middleton. James finished with seven
was a goal for the team since the start of face non-conference Arrowhead (20-1-0) to close out the regular season. points.
the season. The Warhawks are ranked third in the state.

Girls BB: Cats knock off La

We dropped a few tough noncon- Arrowhead will be a good dress rehearsal for the playoffs, Marshall
ference games to start the year, so we said. Arrowhead has been one of the most consistent and well-structured
looked at the conference race where teams all season ... playing them will hopefully help us to elevate our
those losses didnt matter, as almost
a clean slate, Marshall said. I knew
game at the time we need it most.
Verona received the top seed in its playoff bracket and will host the
Follette, Beloit Memorial
before the season started the Big Eight winner between No. 8 Waunakee and No. 9 Monona Grove at 7p.m. Continued from page 10 the half on a 13-4 run.
would have a lot of parity, I believe I Thursday. We had some turnovers,
even predicted the conference champ If our offense produces like they have shown they can and our defense and when you turn the ball
would have three or four losses. limits the oppositions scoring chances, we will have a pretty good deficit to 45-31. Middleton over versus Middleton, they
Janesville, which still had four games chance to beat anyone, Marshall said. did counter with a 3-pointer make you pay. That is a vet-
left in conference, could have forced the from senior Alyssa Lemiran- eran team, Murphy said.
Wildcats to share the title. The Bluebirds de. Mitchell added 14 points
tied Madison Memorial on Saturday, against all the other sectional teams on Bainbridge later hit anoth- for Verona, and Schraufna-
however, giving Verona the title outright. our schedule, we were able to get the No.
1 seed despite our 11 loses, Marshall
Big Eight er 3-pointer, and Schraufna- gel and Luehring each col-
Bishop got the Wildcats on the score- gel scored on the traditional lected nine. James finished
said. There is always a little added pres- Team W-L-T Points
board four minutes into the second peri- 3-point play and later added with seven.
od 15 seconds after a tripping penalty sure with the No. 1 seed, however, we Verona 11-3-1 22 two free throws to make it Alyssa Lemirande and
by Sun Prairies Noah Nehmer. The vis- played many of these teams before and Janesville 7-3-1 15 50-39. The Cardinals coun- Thomas added 13 apiece for
iting Cardinals answered a little less than had a challenging nonconference sched- tered again with a 3-pointer
Sun Prairie 7-4-1 15 Middleton (16-2, 13-2).
one minute later, however, with a Travis ule to prepare us for the post-season run. from senior Carlee Lemiran-
Kernen even-strength goal. Marshall said, in his 10 years of Middleton 7-5-0 14 de. Verona 64,
coaching at Verona, he has never seen Mitchell followed with
Veronas Cale Rufenacht and Jake
this much parity in our section, from No. Madison West 7-6-0 14 La Follette 56
Keyes added a pair of insurance goals a 3-pointer, but once again
in the third period, and Garhett Kaegi 1 through 7. Beloit 6-6-0 12 Middleton countered as Luehring scored 33 points
stopped 18 of 19 shots on goal to pre- Everyone has their big wins and bad Mad. Memorial 4-8-2 10 Thomas hit a shot from Saturday as the Wildcats
serve the victory. Dunn had 27 saves for losses during the season, he continued. downtown to make it 56-42 held off Madison La Follette
It should make for an existing tourna- East/La Follette 0-14-0 0 64-56 Saturday.
the Cardinals. Cardinals.
Because we played well and won ment series in section 6. It is the best I have seen Verona led 29-20 at half-
Middleton shoot in a while, time and did enough in the
Murphy said. Once the second half to hold on.
Bainbridge added 11
Wrestling: Herbst finishes third at conference game gets up to that many
points, it is hard to beat points.
them. They run that style Verona 85,
Continued from page 9 and are pretty deep.
Whats next Bainbridge, who had 17 of Beloit Memorial 51
in the semifinals. her 21 points in the second The Wildcats jumped
Seniors Reagan Stauffer (182) and Verona is joined by DeForest, Fort Atkinson, Monona Grove/McFarland, half, connected on a 3-point- out to a 43-point at half-
Jordan Recob (heavyweight), juniors Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Oregon and Watertown in the regional. er to cut the deficit to 62-55, time Tuesday and earned an
Jono Herbst (113), Lance Randall and she later added another 85-51 conference victory at
(160) and Luke Slekar (160) and The top four wrestlers in each weight class advances to the Janesville Craig basket to make it 63-57. But Beloit Memorial in a make-
sophomore Porter Sundin-Donahue sectional. The team with the highest score earns a spot in the WIAA Division 1 Verona was forced to foul up game from Jan. 19.
(106) also reached the podium. team sectional at Elkhorn High School Tuesday, Feb. 14. and couldnt get any closer. Verona played mostly
We wrestled better than we have In the first half, the Wild- subs in the second half as
been. A lot of the little things we cats stuck with Middle- ythe game went to a running
were having trouble with all year, we ton early, with a Mitchell clock.
3-pointer pulling Verona
definitely improved on that, co-head
coach Jason Ott said. It is nice to Ranked wrestlers at regionals within 12-11 with under
Luehring scored 19
points, all in the first half,
see the improvement from the begin- fives minutes to go in the and James added 14.
106: Hunter Lewis (Stoughton), No. 2 half.
ning of the year to the middle of the Junior Aniah Williams led
year to the end of the year. 113: Wyatt Thiel (Sun Prairie), HM But the Cardinals ended Beloit with 11.
Herbst (14-16) finished third. After 120: Tristan Jenny (Stoughton), No. 2; Nolan Kraus (Fort Atkinson), HM
taking a 15-0 technical fall to Mad- 126: Kaleb Louis (Stoughton), No. 5
Boys BB: Clements scores 23
ison Wests Paxton Yang (21-10)
earlier in the day, Herbst came back 132: Brandon Klein (Stoughton), No. 2; Draven Sigmund (Fort Atkinson), HM
to beat Yang 8-4 in the third-place 138: Drew Scharenbrock (Sun Prairie), No. 1; Cade Spilde (Stoughton), No. 9
match at 106. 145: Garrett Model (Stoughton), No. 2; Brandon Daniels (Verona), No. 6 Continued from page 11
It really motivates me to get bet-
ter because it showed me I could beat 152: Will Gahnz (DeForest), No. 12 Big Eight
people I never thought I would beat, 160: Tyler Dow (Stoughton), No. 2 put up points even when Team W-L
Herbst said. 170: Will Van Pietersom (Sun Prairie), HM dealing with the size and
length of the Big Eight. Madison Memorial 12-2
Stauffer (13-14) finished fifth
182: Jackson Hemauer (DeForest), No. 1 Junior Bui Clements led Sun Prairie 10-3
with a pin over Madison Wests Sam
Mahoney at 182, and Randall (8-13) HW: Aodan Marshall (Stoughton), HM Verona with 23 points, and Janesville Craig 10-4
won 13-11 over Madison Wests seniors Nick Pederson and
Harrison Schreiber (12-23) for fifth John Van Handel collected Middleton 10-4
place at 160. matches and finished sixth after an finished seventh. Nathan Feller (132) 13 and 12 points. Beloit Memorial 8-6
Slekar also finished fifth with a injury kept him out of the fifth-place and Wyatt Breitnauer (170) finished Senior Storm Mur-
match. eighth. Madison East 7-7
9-6 decision over Beloit Memorials phy added 14 points, and
Gustavo Badillo (4-14) at 152. Sundin-Donahue (10-15) won 7-3 All of guys have a really good 6-foot-1 senior Myron Madison West 5-9
Recob (13-20) earned a 5-4 win in over Middletons Don Polache (5-8) shot to make sectionals, Ott said. Ashford Jr and 6-foot-4 Verona 4-10
the fourth overtime against Madison in the consolation round but also There are a lot of kids with an senior Brogan Brunker
ended up in sixth place. opportunity. It is just a matter if they each scored 10 points. Madison La Follette 3-10
Memorials Ben Percy (19-8) in the
quarterfinals, but he lost the next two Zakh Kalifatidi (120), Caden Page wrestle well enough on Saturday to Janesville Parker 0-14
(138) and Jeremy Grim (195) all finish in the top four. February 9, 2017 The Verona Press
Commons: Plan for 284 new Verona Area School District
apartments on hold
Continued from page 1

votes and were concerned

density if I can have assur-
ance that the (commercial
and hotel development) will
VASD looks at pre-Sept. start
Likely to draft Sept. 4, leaving just a Friday tourism industry, superin- Monday for local control
a 3-3 tie would prevent it happen, Hochkammer said.
before a three-day weekend. tendent Dean Gorrell said. of the starting date.
from being forwarded to One complicating factor resolution asking But some districts are Board member Renee Zook, Philosophically, I like the
the Common Council. So could be the environmen-
after Forward Development tal remediation that will be for state law change pushing this year for a who recently attended the idea they dont start too ear-
Group assured the commis- required. Though its been change to that law, and Wisconsin Association of ly, but Im always in favor
sion its plans would not be deemed a closed site by the SCOTT GIRARD VASD is expected to join School Boards meeting and of local control, said board
harmed by a 28-day delay, state, meaning the contami- Unified Newspaper Group them soon with a resolution. spoke with some people in president Dennis Beres.
no action was taken. nation from storing gas tanks While past efforts have been tourism-heavy districts, said Some of those dates weve
Nobody had qualms about underground is not a hazard The Verona Area School unsuccessful, officials are its a legitimate argument. had to work with just do not
the location, the idea behind to the water table or anything District could soon be more optimistic this time. (They) really rely on col- make any sense.
the project or the look of else, that designation would among a growing chorus If districts could begin lege students, high school The board is expected to
the buildings. Patrick Lytle change once digging begins. asking to start the school in August, it would allow students, anybody of work- consider a resolution at its
spoke for several commis- Parts of the plan call for year before Sept. 1. for more preparation for ing age to fill a variety of next meeting.
sioners when he called it underground parking. State law prohibits any Advanced Placement stu- roles, Zook said. That is
one of the most appealing Henshue said that could school district from begin- dents ahead of the spring test a legitimate argument for Contact Scott Girard at
concepts Ive seen in the city actually mean the proposed ning the school year before dates, which are set nation- many of our northern com-
in a long time. hotel is built first, even that, which can lead to some wide. munities, especially. and follow him on Twitter
But he also said he though it wasnt included in complications when Labor The change is expected But she and other board @sgirard9.
wouldnt vote for it as-is. this submission because of Day falls on a date like to be fought heavily by the members expressed support
He and other commissioners an ownership issue. The hotel
spent an hour debating two construction likely would not
things: the apartment densi- affect the polluted area. In brief resident students, or those living
within the district boundaries.
With defeasement and refinancing,
Michelle Wiberg of PMA Financial
ty and how the city could be Manley suggested that
assured it wouldnt end up if the apartments oversatu- That brings the total up to 5,474. Network, said the board has done a
like the West End did years rate the market and arent Enrollment up good job in recent years.
ago with just the lucrative as successful as expected, The most recent official enrollment Saving $4.3 million That included more than $1 million
apartments sitting alone and the commercial element a count found the Verona Area School A district consultant reported the Monday night through defeasement
nothing on the highly desired 63,000-square-foot office District had 34 more students in Jan- school board has saved the district of the debt for the Glacier Edge Ele-
commercial project. building and apartments over uary than it did last September. $4.3 million over the past five years mentary School building and the land
City staff and Mayor Jon retail on the northern edge That includes an additional 28 through its debt structures. purchases from 2015.
Hochkammer eventually per- might be the first thing sacri-
suaded most commissioners ficed. But because the Com-
the latter concern would be
covered by the developers
mon Council will be asked to
provide TIF funds, city plan-
Referendum: District officials start to refine message
agreement which neces- ning director Adam Sayre Continued from page 1
sarily will involve tax-incre- asserted the city would have
ment financing and some enough control to encour- Others asked what would
Key Communicators Questions
were satisfied with that. But age the commercial portion
the commission went round to happen.
happen if the operational
question failed. The Verona Area School Districts Key Communica- from group
and round on the number of The general development District business manag- tors group was first created before the 2015 land ref-
apartments and whether that plan commissioners were er consultant Chris Murphy erendums to help the district reach different groups. The What if athletic fields
would be acceptable, particu- reviewing Monday is typi- reminded the group how question fails?
larly in light of other current cally considered the entitle- members, mostly community leaders, elected officials
that happened in 1999 when and business owners, have been invited to a few meet-
and proposed dense devel- ment phase, meaning once funding for Country View What if operational
opments along West Verona approval has been granted Elementary School was ings since then to hear about key initiatives and then, the question fails?
Avenue. there, the city is obligated to approved. Murphy explained district hopes, pass that information along to others in
I really like this project, approve future requests that the district went back for the community. What competition
and I do want it to move for- substantially comply with the the operational expenses the fields would be built?
ward, commissioner Scott GDP. following year and it passed
Manley said. Im not sure Later in the evening, com- a similar tactic the district What is the full cost
Im all the way there yet in missioners had some similar board president Dennis in the next 20 years, Roffers
could take this time, since Beres explained that focus said. The fundamentals of of the referendum?
terms of some of the unan- comments for a proposed the funds would not be need-
swered questions (about den- redevelopment of the Ace groups had sent a clear sig- growth and development that Why not build in
ed until the school opens. nal that a single high school will drive new housing devel-
sity and whether the Verona Hardware and World of Vari- Fitchburg Common Coun- was preferred, and that the opment in Verona will be Fitchburg?
market can support it and ety properties on South Main cil candidate Wanda Smith,
other developments). Street and West Verona Ave- location made the most strong and I think will contin- Is growth projected
who is hoping to represent sense in Verona. ue to be strong.
FDG had gotten a warning nue. The development would the citys District 1, in the Theres no easy solu- The meeting was one of
to plateau?
two months earlier about the create 32-48 apartments northwest part of the city,
commissions concerns but combined in a pair of three- tion, Beres said. more than 20 planned with
asked a series of questions Another attendee asked public groups and staff, and Spanish-speaking families.
apparently took its chanc- or four-story buildings with about the districts plans for
es and did not change the underground parking beneath whether growth is expected superintendent Dean Gor- The district will also send
transportation, addressing to plateau at any point, and rell has also offered to make out three mailers with infor-
initially proposed number. each. racial disparities and why
Developer Ron Henshue The density of up to 40 district consultant Mark Rof- personal visits to businesses mation before the April vote.
the district did not consider fers said he did not expect or homes to discuss the ref-
explained that a reduced units per acre was a concern building the new school in
apartment count likely would for some, but the discussion that to be the case. erendums. The next pub- Contact Scott Girard at
Fitchburg. I dont see anything in lic meetings are in March,
increase the amount the city was much quicker because To the latter, a common
would need to contribute to no vote was allowed at this my crystal ball to suggest the with public meetings in both and follow him on Twitter
question from Fitchburg Verona area will become less Fitchburg and Verona, as
make it financially viable. stage, the concept plan. VASD residents, school @sgirard9.
And with the area clearly attractive for housing growth well as one specifically for
blighted highlighted by an Email Verona Press editor
old, vacant truck stop that Jim Ferolie at verona-
was enough for some.
I can get beyond the
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ABSENTEE VOTING people-services/utilities-services/utili-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ty-district-1/. Quotes, whether delivered
special voting deputies from the Town by hand, by mail, email (klord@msa-ps.
of Verona will conduct absentee voting com, or by courier need to be received at
at the Badger Prairie Health Care Center, the MSA office at 2901 International Lane
1100 E. Verona Avenue Verona, WI 53593 Suite 300, Madison, WI 53704 no later
on Thursday February 16, 2017 at 9:30
AM for the Spring Primary to be held Feb-
than Friday, February 17, 2017 at 12:00 Icy weather conditions didnt stand in the way of a
ruary 21, 2017.
Noon CST; quotes will be opened at that
time and recorded. The Sewer Commis- group of volunteers going to Badger Prairie Needs Net-
DONE in the Town of Verona
This 3rd day of February 3, 2017.
sion will meet thereafter to consider the
quotes and to instruct the Town Clerk
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Tammy Dresser
Deputy Clerk/Treasurer
to notify the contractor with the winning
bid. Please note, the lowest bid will not
King Jr. Day.
Town of Verona
Published: February 9, 2017
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Published: February 9, 2017 of the Reinhart Boerner Law Firm helped BPNN volun-
WNAXLP teers put the facility back to its pristine condition when it
NOTICE *** opened 18 months ago at 1200 E. Verona Ave.
ELECTORS OF THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, On Jan. 16, volunteers painted, cleaned, organized and
CITY AND TOWN OF CIRCUIT COURT, took a complete inventory of the Prairie Kitchen. The
Notice is hereby given that the Pub- CREDITORS (INFORMAL kitchen is used for cooking classes through MATC and
lic Test of the Automatic Tabulating and
Electronic Voting Equipment to be used ADMINISTRATION) IN THE UW Health, nutrition education through Hy-Vee, com-
for the February 21, 2017 Spring Primary
in the City of Verona and Town of Verona
MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF mercial baking, Saturday community meals, food rescues
will be conducted on Tuesday, Febru- Case No. 16PR710 and packaging.
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buildings. The City of Verona will conduct 1. An application for Informal Admin-
their test at 2:00 PM and the Town of Ve- istration was filed.
rona will conduct theirs at 10:30 AM. 2. The decedent, with date of birth
This test is open to the general pub-
February 25, 1960 and date of death Oc- Photos submitted
Fitchburg resident and attorney Monica Mark paints a
tober 26, 2016, was domiciled in Dane
Ellen Clark, Clerk County, State of Wisconsin, with a mail-
post bright green in the food pantry and touched up walls
City of Verona ing address of 2072 Spring Rose Road,
111 Lincoln Street Apt. #3, Verona, WI 53593.
Verona, WI 53593
608-845-6495 tice.
3. All interested persons waived no- throughout Badger Prairie Needs Network on Jan. 16.
4. The deadline for filing a claim
John Wright, Clerk against the decedents estate is May 12,
Town of Verona 2017.
7669 County Highway PB 5. A claim may be filed at the Dane
Verona, WI 53593 County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton
608-845-7187 Street, Madison, Wisconsin, Room 1000.
Published: February 9, 2017 Lisa Chandler
WNAXLP Probate Registrar
February 3, 2017
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