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Volume 21, Issue 19 May 12, 2012

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Sales tax projected to expire in 2017
BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN MANAGING EDITOR The sales tax that Washington County taxpayers are contributing to pay for the construction of Miller Park is projected to end in 2017, the director of the board that oversees the facility told the County Board May 8. Michael Duckett, executive director of the Southeast Wisconsin Professional Baseball District, provided a history on the agency that manages the park. The Southeast Wisconsin Professional Baseball District oversees the management of Miller Park, and it was created by the state Legislature in 1995 as part of legislation to oversee the construction and management of the facility. Construction of Miller Park was financed through a tenth of a percent sales tax in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Waukesha and Washington counties. According to Duckett, the district was created as a local unit of government which is separate from the state. Supervisor Mark McCune, the countys representative on the district board, noted that the Washington County Board unanimously opposed the tax for the stadium. With that vote in mind, McCune noted that it was goal of he and previous Washington County representatives on the Miller Park board to try to keep things as smooth as possible as far the austerity in trying to bring the cost down for anything thats being done but manage the property for Miller Park from our perspective in the county. At the start of his presentation, Duckett said the one common denominator among all the people who have served on the district board was the theme to always protect the taxpayers. Every decision they make they make in a way that is most cost effective and wont have any impact on the sales tax thats being collected to pay off the debt, Duckett said. The sales tax comprises 95 percent of the revenue received by the Miller Park district, with the remaining coming from rent paid by the Milwaukee Brewers. Duckett said the sales tax is used to pay off the bonds issued in the late 1990s and the primary focus of the district has been to pay off the bonds. Under current projections, Duckett said that if the average sales tax growth and average return on investment continues as it had in the past, the district should be able to retire the sales tax in 2017. He said that assumes a 3 percent growth in the sales tax and 4 percent return on investment. During later questioning, Duckett
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Michael Duckett, director of the agency that oversees the operation of Miller Park, spoke to the Washington County Board May 8. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen
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Four students treated for non life-threatening injuries after May 9 bus crash
Four students from MacArthur Elementary School in Germantown were treated at Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls for non life-threatening injuries following a traffic accident between a school bus and a vehicle at 8:30 a.m. May 9. According to information from Germantown Police, the school bus was traveling northbound on Fond du Lac Avenue and was stopped at a stop sign at Mequon Road. As the bus proceeded north it collided with an eastbound car on Mequon Road. The drivers of both the school bus and the car were transported to Community Memorial Hospital with injuries. Out of the 21 students on the bus, five sustained injuries and four were transported to the hospital, with the fifth student being turned over to a parent on the scene. All injuries were non life threatening. The other students on the bus were transported to the school in another bus and were given a secondary medical assessment by Germantown emergency medical service staff and to meet with parents. Ambulances from Mequon, Menomonee Falls, and Richfield assisted Germantown in responding to the accident. According to police, the school bus driver failed to yield the right of way for the eastbound vehicle. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor
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Village Board keeps zoning for Blackstone Creek commercial site


BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN MANAGING EDITOR The Germantown Village Board last week maintained the rezoning it approved for a 26-acre site located northwest of Mequon Road and and Division Road. On April 2, the board approved the rezoning of approximately 26 acres of land from the RD-2/Planned Development District to the B-1/Planned Development District with an overlay zoning for senior housing. Conceptual plans for a senior housing development were presented to the Village Board and at a previous Plan Commission meeting. At its April 17 meeting, the board voted to reconsider the rezoning request. The motion was made after the board was told the owners of the Blackstone Creek Golf Course who requested the rezoning for the 26 acres did not sign a separate agreement with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Sewerage District (MMSD) to sell 131 acres to the agency and 24 acres to the village of Germantown. At the start of discussion on the reconsideration request during the May 7 meeting, Trustee Art Zabel introduced an amendment that the rezoning be approved contingent on the golf course signing the agreement with MMSD and the village. Trustee Dan Wing complained the amendment was unspecific as previous agreements with MMSD and the village have not been finalized. Village President Dean Wolter said the amendment will delay development, not enhance it. Wolter said the proposal was originally on the fast track a month ago because MMSD wanted to have it approved at its board meeting. Wolter said the golf course owners have said it was hard for them to enter into the agreement with MMSD if they didnt know how the 26 acre property could be developed. He said the course owners suggested the agreements be linked but that the village sought to keep them separated. Do you want it apart or do you want it together? Wolter asked. He further stated the rezoning is one part of the process for the 26-acre site, with other discussion on the details such as density still to occur. Keep the zoning and take that next step, Wolter said. Zabel replied that while the village agreement with MMSD was linked, a similar connection did not exist with the rezoning request. I personally think it all should have been tied together, Zabel said. Trustee Al Vanderheiden said he could support maintaining the zoning if the golf course owners were still interested in the agreement with MMSD. During questioning, Troy Schmidt a coowner of the golf course said the course is interested in finalizing the agreement with MMSD and the village for the land sale but it wants assurances that development for the adjacent property will proceed. We said all along were not going to sell the 131 acres (to MMSD) without having the 26 acres answered, Schmidt said. Schmidt said the course was ready to sign the agreement with MMSD when discussion started to occur about the Village Board reconsidering the rezoning. Schmidt said the course is still interested in selling the 131 acres to MMSD but needs assurances regarding the development of the adjacent property. If theyre still interested, were still interested, Schmidt said of MMSD. They understand our timeline of acquisition. Schmidt expressed concerns about linking the rezoning to MMSD land agreement in that if MMSD delays final approval of the agreement it could set back the developer for the senior housing project. Schmidt said it would be very difficult for a developer to proceed with plans for the 26 acre site if there werent assurances that MMSD would finalize the land deal. Trustee Terri Kaminski admitted she along with other trustees was disappointed when the agreement between the village, MMSD and the golf course was not finalized but was wary of linking the rezoning to final approval of the land agreement. "I stand by my vote on how we zoned the property," Kaminski said. The board did approve a change in the rezoning, removing the overlay zoning district regarding senior housing and replacing it with different language added to the Planned Development District rezoning which addresses the senior housing components. The board voted to approve to retain the current rezoning for the 26-acre site, 7-2, with Zabel and Trustee Mel Ewert voting against the motion.

The Germantown Village Board approved the issuance of industrial revenue bonds May 7 as part of expansion of a business in the villages business park. The industrial revenue bond is a federal program in which the village is a conduit for federal bonds for industrial development or redevelopment. Any liability is covered through insurance and guarantees from the federal government. The board approved issuing $11 million in industrial revenue bonds to Heather Lake LLC, which will be used to finance the purchase of land and construction of an office, research and development and manufacturing facility for Kitpackers LLC and Resinlabs LLC. The new facility which will be located at N109 W13300 Ellsworth Drive will be used for the custom formulation and manufacturing of resin materials, packing of chemical products and related activities. No one spoke during a public hearing on the request. The board previously approved a conditional use permit that will allow for the facility to operate at the 20.85-acre site. A part of the plan for the area, Patton Court will be vacated and replaced with the building. A 106,000square-foot building is proposed with a future 75,000-square-foot addition. During the April 17 Village Board meeting, Village Planning and Zoning Director Jeff Retzlaff explained that the building will consolidate the Kitpackers and Resinlabs operations of Ellsworth Adhesives. By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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The following report was taken from records at the Germantown Police Department. Credit card fraud A female resident from the W17000 block of Ava Circle reported April 26 that she had been the victim of credit card fraud. Disorderly conduct A 37-year-old woman was removed from a residence in the W15000 block of

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pastrami) with chips, fresh fruit and sherbet or cheeseburger on bun with lettuce and pickles or fish and cheese sandwich; whole kernel corn; orange smiles; frozen sherbet Hamilton School District May 14: Mini corn dogs or BBQ on bun; baked tato tots; carrot coins; applesauce May 15: Hamburger on bun or ham and eggwich on bun; baked tato tots; crisp

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Falls girls first at Burling Invite


The Menomonee Falls girls track team narrowly won the Ron Burling Invite May 8, topping second place West Bend West by two points. Menomonee Falls was led by Mikayla Robertson, who won the 400 meter dash with a time of 59.09. Robertson also won the triple jump by covering 37 feet 5 inches and placed second in the 200 meter dash with a time of 27.04. Alex Poole, won the long jump with a distance of 17-6.75. Poole also placed third in the shot put with a toss of 3311. The Falls 4x200 meter relay team won the event with a time 1:47.82 while the 4x100 meter relay team finished second with a time of 51.39. Other top finishes came from the 4x400 meter relay team, which finished second with a time of 3:28.80; and Megan Paule, who finished third in the 3200 meter run with a time of 12:10.23 Hamilton finished in girls competition. First place finishes came from Toney Lock, who won the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 12.61; and Shannon Burke, who won the pole vault by crossing the bar at 10-6 Hamiltons 4x100 meter relay team won the event with a time of 50.47. Other top finishes came from Ashlyn Paulson, who finished second in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:25.07; and Shannon Downs, who finished third in the same event with a time of 2:27.76. The Germantown boys team finished second at the event. Germantown was led by Ben Holcomb, who won the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 14.55 and the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 39.59; and Chasen Brown, who won the 110 meter dash with a time of 11.07. Other top finishes came from Bobby Stemm, who finished second in the shot put with a distance of 50-1; and Jason Townsend, who finished third in the long jump with a distance of 20-7 Menomonee Falls finished sixth in boys competition. Matt Christensen was the top individual finisher for Menomonee Falls, placing second in the 200 meter dash with a time of 23.03. The 4x400 meter relay team finished second with a time of 3:28.80. Other top finishes came from the 4x800 meter relay team, which finished third with a time of 8:17.91;the 4x200 meter relay, which finished third with a time of 1:32.32; Dan Hyde, who finished third in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:04.00; and Adrian Roscher, who finished third in the high jump by crossing the bar at 5-8. Hamilton finished 12th in the boys competition. The top finish came from Dan McKee, who finished third in the 3200 meter run with a time of 9:44.44.

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Aron Schwartz of Menomonee Falls clears the bar during the pole vault competition at the Ron Burling Invite in Menomonee Falls May 8. Schwartz finished ninth in the event. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

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Menomonee Falls followed up a successful showing at the Manitowoc Lincoln tournament with a conference win over a nearby rival. Menomonee Falls tied Green Bay Preble May 1-1, with Menomonee Falls' goal coming from Jen Eberhardy off an assist by Anna Smalley. The next day, Menomonee Falls won two games at the Lincoln tournament, beating Sheboygan Christian 10-0 and Campbellsport 6-0. The Indians returned to Greater Metro Conference play with a 2-0 win at Hamilton May 8. Menomonee Falls got on the board at the 32nd minute as Nelly Botticelli scored off an assist by Cassie Poeske. Menomonee Falls kept the ball on Hamilton's side of the field early in the second half, and converted an opportunity at the 55th minute as Poeske scored off an assist by Olivia Dennis. After the Hamilton contest Menomonee Falls was fourth in the Greater Metro with a 2-3 conference record and 7-5 overall mark. Hamilton dropped to 2-3 in conference (sixth place) and 7-5 overall. Germantown remained in second place in the North Shore Conference with a 4-1 conference record and a 10-2-1 overall mark following an 11-1 win over Port Washington May 8. Kettle Moraine Lutheran was in first place in the WIsconsin Flyway Conference following a 2-0 win at St. Mary Springs May 8. The Chargers got goals from Siera Skow and Rachel Balge. Balge assisted on the first goal (33rd minute) while Olivia Heckendorf assisted on the second goal (44th minute).

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Menomonee Falls was in first place in the Greater Metro Conference following wins over Divine Savior Holy Angels last week. Menomonee Falls beat the Dashers 10-0 May 7 and 16-0 the next day. Kelly Berglund was the winning pitcher May 7 while Nikki Festge got the win the next day. Afterward, Menomonee Falls had an 8-1 conference record and a 11-3 overall mark. Hamilton stayed in second place in the Greater Metro, beating West Allis Central 12-1 May 7 and Wauwatosa East the next day 11-1. Sydney Sprinkel was the winning pitcher for both games while Emily Jansen pitched in relief for the Chargers. Afterward, Hamilton had a 7-1 conference record and a 9-2 overall mark. Germantown remained undefeated and in first place in the North Shore Conference, beating Grafton 7-6 May 7 and Cedarburg 8-1 the next day. Erika Berry hit a home run and drove in three runs against Grafton. The next day Amanda Witzlib recorded seven strikeouts in a complete game victory. Kettle Moraine Lutheran started last week with an 11-4 loss to Mayville May 8. Alyssa Wolf and Morgan Koth both drove in one run each for the Chargers, who were fourth the Wisconsin Flyway Conference with a 5-4 conference record and 6-7 overall mark following the loss.

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For some reason long ago, people started spreading the poor advice to others with foot problems to soak their feet in hot water, with or without some soaking additive. This is definitely WRONG. Never soak your feet in hot water. Even some whirlpools and spas are too hot for safety. Hot water can cause a dilatation of the blood vessels allowing blood clots to move if present. This could result in a stroke or heart attack. Hot water will also cause continued swelling of a foot or ankle resulting in continued pain of the foot, ankle or toes. Usually swelling will respond to cool or cold treatment, but if you are a diabetic or have poor circulation, you should see a Podiatrist before doing anything.

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Applications are being accepted for artists to exhibit in the 4th annual Art at the Mill being held at Richfield Historical Park July 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A new feature of this event is plein air painting. Artists who participate in the plein air competition paint/draw outdoors. Their works are then placed on sale later in the day. For new exhibitors, there is a $10 jury fee. An early discount booth fee of $50 is given to any artist who applies and is accepted prior to June 15. The registration fee for plein air painters is $10. Guidelines and forms can be found on the Richfield Historical Societys website, www.richfieldhistoricalsociety.org. Profits from this event help with the

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restoration of the 1870s Messer/Mayer Mill which is located in the park. For questions and/or additional information, contact Buzz Carr at (414) 526-6030 or carr3492@gmail.com. Rec. Dept. taking applications for community garden plots The Germantown Park & Recreation Department is now taking applications for community garden plots. Plots are $30 for a single (10-by-20 feet) and $55 for a double (20-by-20 feet). Space is limited so those interested should reserve a plot today. The Germantown Community Gardens are located at Dheinsville Historical Park, N128 W18780 Holy Hill Rd. For more information, call (262) 250-4710 or e-mail parkrec@village.germantown.wi.us.

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A person with diabetes and certain qualifications can receive 80% coverage on special diabetic shoes through Medicare. Leather shoes that are especially made to fit properly with arch support and comfort for the diabetics feet. Several styles and colors are available with either a tie or Velcro closure. A person currently being treated by a physician for their diabetes, and have poor circulation, numbness, or other symptoms listed by Medicare qualify for this special benefit. A simple examination at our office can determine if you are eligible. Call our office at 414-282-7209 for an appointment.

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tax could expire in 2014. A year later, the Miller Park district issued a report agreeing with the Legislature Audit Bureau estimate. Duckett said the projection for retiring the sales tax in 2014 was based on sales tax growth of 7.9 percent annually. However, there has been .5 percent growth in the sales tax over the last 10 years. As a result, the projected year for retiring the tax has been moved back. He also noted that the sales tax collections have varied over the past few years During additional questioning, Duckett said the stadium has a physical life expectancy of 50 years. The economic life is another matter, Duckett said. Duckett said it is difficult to predict how the economic conditions of Major League Baseball will change. Duckett noted that while the Bradley Center which was constructed in 1987 is still a physically viable facility, there is now discussion starting about replacing the facility. I dont see anything on the horizon thats going to challenge Miller Park from either an economic or physical standpoint, Duckett said. At the start of his presentation, Duckett explained that of the 13 members on the district board, six are appointed by the governor, with one an at-large position while the other five appointments are residents of each county. The mayor of Milwaukee appoints one member, the Milwaukee County executive appoints two members while the remaining four posts are filled by the other four counties. Miller Park is currently in its 12th season of operation. According to Duckett, the Milwaukee Brewers have averaged 2.5 million fans compared with 1.5 million in the final 11 seasons at Milwaukee County Stadium. Duckett noted that the County Stadium capacity was approximately 11,000 seats higher than Miller Park. Duckett further noted that only twice in the history of County Stadium 1957 and 1983 was attendance at 2.4 million. The Brewers have attracted more than three million fans in three of the past four seasons. Its been a pretty phenomenal run for attendance, Duckett said. Duckett further noted that of the 3.1 million fans who attended games last year, 56 percent of tickets were sold to people who reside outside the Miller Park district. He later explained that the roof has been key to drawing fans, as they know the game wont be postponed due to weather. During the first 11 seasons of Miller Park, the roof has been closed an average of 34 times for 81 home games.

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MENOMONEE FALLS EMMANUEL COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH N84W16707 Menomonee Ave. 262-2513830. Worship Services: Sunday 8am, 9am and 10:30am. Christian Education offered at 9am and 10:30am. Nursery Available all services. www.ec-umc.com GRACE EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH New location at W196 N9525 Cross View Way, Menomonee Falls, 262-251-0670. Worship Thur 6:30pm; Sat 5:00pm; Sun 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00am; JAM Sunday School 9:30am; Traditional & Contemporary Worship; www.grace-connect.org. Come join us - Grace feels like home! UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST St. Pauls United Church of Christ. N89 W16856 Appleton Ave. Menomonee Falls. 262-251-5160. Services: Sunday 9:30am Worship; 9:30am Sunday School. LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE PRINCE OF PEACE Good Hope & Pilgrim Roads - Menomonee Falls. Worship Service Sat. 6pm, Sun. 8am and 10:30am. Sunday School/Bible Class 9:15am Sun. Pastor Norm Timmermann. 262251-3360. www.popmf.com GERMANTOWN CROSSWAY CHURCH W156 N10041 Pilgrim Rd, Germantown. Sunday morning worship services at 9:00am & 10:45am. (262) 255-0702 info@crosswaygt.org www.crosswaygt.org LIFE CHURCH Services Times - Saturday 4:30pm & 6:00pm; Sunday 9:30am & 11:00am. Childrens Service & Nursery Provided. All services at Germantown Market Place - Squire & Mequon Rd. 262.251.5050 www.lifechurchwi.com FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH W172 N11187 Division Rd, Germantown. Pastor Thomas Kaul. (262) 251-8250. Times of worship: Wednesdays 6:30pm, Sundays 9am. WEST ALLIS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF WEST ALLIS 1576 S. 78th St. 414-258-7400. Bible study for all ages at 9am. Worship at 10:15am with nursery care provided. www.firstbaptistwestallis.org HUBERTUS CROWN OF LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH & SCHOOL - WELS Corner of Hubertus Rd. & Tally Ho Trail. Pastor Mike Helwig (262) 628-2550x208. School: K3-8th grade and Day Care 3 years+. Services: Thursdays 7pm; Sundays 8am & 10:30am; 9:15am Bible Study and Sunday School. www.crownoflifeonline.com JACKSON STILL WATERS COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 3617 Scenic Rd., Jackson 262-677-1311 www.stillwaterschurch.com Contemporary, Nursery & Childrens Education (Sat. & Sun.) Worship: Saturday 5pm, Sunday 9 & 10:30am

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