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November 21, 2015 // Volume 24, Issue 47

MENOMONEE FALLS

SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS - PAGE 15

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Denied,
then approved
Board changes course,
approved added hours
for restaurant
BY THOMAS J.MCKILLEN
MANAGING EDITOR

The Menomonee Falls Village Board


reversed course on a change to the conditional use of The Social Haus Nov. 16,
approving the change after rejecting it a several minutes earlier.
The Social Haus is located at N48 W18490
Lisbon Road. The new operator for the bar
and restaurant submitted a request to be
open until 2:30 a.m. while the patio would
be open until 10 p.m. As part of the conditions supported by the Plan Commission, the
hours of indoor operation were limited from
6 a.m. to midnight.
At the start of discussion, Trustee and
Plan Commission member Steve Raymonds
said the commission heard from residents
who were concerned about the previous
business at the site, which was a "biker bar."
Other nearby residents objected to noise
from a bar. The commission also heard from
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Ty Weber (first row, middle) is pictured with Menomonee Falls coaches Nov. 13. Weber
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story on page 15.

Toys 4 Tots PAGE 4


Football Contest PAGE 6

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Germantown to pay DOT for


Donges Bay engineering work
The Germantown Village Board
agreed on a plan Nov. 16 to pay
$216,929.52 to the state Department of
Transportation (DOT) for engineering
work done on Donges Bay Road.
The state agency had sought a
repayment for the work "immediately,"
according to a village staff report.
Village Administrator David Schornack
said "that's quite a bite for us to pay
back in one or two years."

Schornack is suggesting the village


place the item in a 2016 bond issue and
structure it so that portion of the bond
is repaid within the first five years of
the bond issue. He said there would be
some interest with that option, but the
rate "would be very minimal anyway."
Trustee David Baum asked what the
potential penalty would be if the village
didn't pay back the amount. Schornack
said the DOT has threatened to with-

hold highway funds in future years.


"I really think we want to keep our
relationship as good as we can with the
state DOT," Schornack said.
The board approved a motion agreeing to pay the amount within two years
while directing Schornack and Finance
Director Kim Rath to return to the
board with borrowing options.
-By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing
Editor

November 21, 2015

Senior Center gift


shop open to public
The Gift Shop is open Tuesday
through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The shop offers a wide variety of home
dcor, holiday items, crafts and jewelry. We ask the public to help support
the Gift Shop, by bringing in items for
donation or on consignment. For
more information, contact the
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Senior
Center
at
262.253.7799 and ask for Patti.

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from Sat, Nov. 21st


thru Fri, Dec. 11th
The mission of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to
collect new, unwrapped toys and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy
children within communities. They try to deliver the message of hope to needy
youngsters that will motivate them to grow into responsible, productive,
patriotic citizens and community leaders. Toys for Tots helps needy
children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas; to
play an active role in the development of one of our
nation's most valuable natural resources - our
children; to unite all members of local
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9th Annual

Christmas
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Saturday, December 5th
Sponsored by:
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Richfield Historical Society

Holiday Bazaar
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November 21, 2015

Christmas in Richfield Dec. 5

10:00 AM3:00 PM
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(corner of Hwy 164 & Holy Hill Rd)

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Caroling ~ Santa & His Elf (10AM-2PM)
Bring your letters for Santa
Childrens Activities ~ Bounce House
Chili, Food & Beverages
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Richfield will be held Dec. 5.
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 5, there
will be a holiday bazaar and family
activities at Friess Lake School, which
is located at the northeast intersection
of Hwys. 164 and 167. An arts and
crafts bazaar and silent auction will be
held, and there will be caroling, and
Santa and his elf will be there. A
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beverages will be available for purchase.
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Winter wagon rides will be offered,
weather permitting, and there will be
caroling and Christmas music. Mandolin
players will be performing from noon to
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donations are appreciated to continue
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November 21, 2015

Additional hours approved for Social Haus


From Page 1

people who supported the request.


Raymonds said the midnight hours is a
recommendation from village staff, and
"is a compromise to see if this works
out."
Raymonds also noted the outdoor
hours from March 1 to Nov. 1 will be
between 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
on Friday and Saturday. Raymonds also
cited other conditions stating that the
Architectural Control Board has to
approve landscaping for the site and
conditions such as fencing which were
previously approved.
"It's more of a compromise, let's see
if these people can operate a restaurant
and not cause any problems," Raymonds
said. The request was unanimously supported by the Plan Commission.
Trustee Bonnie Lemmer had concerns about the restaurant hours.
"I don't know how many high class
restaurants open up at 6 a.m. That
makes me think it's going to be more of
a bar," Lemmer said.

She also took issue with televisions


that would be restaurant so customers
could watch sports.
"That to me is not a high class
restaurant. That is more of a bar,"
Lemmer said. She added that restaurants don't stay open until midnight
because the grill closes at 10 p.m.
Trustee Chris Smolik made an
amendment to extend the hours until
2:30 a.m., which was requested by the
owners. Raymonds said a 2:30 a.m.
close was discussed and the commission
chose a midnight closing hour as a compromise. If the business were to work,
they could come back and ask for added
hours.
Trustee David Glasgow said he
resides in the general area and said the
request could be an issue between the
owners and the neighbors.
"I like the concept, by the way,"
Glasgow said. He said he had concerns
about noise and was concerned about
"location, location, location."
"I think a better location would be
more suitable for a place like this,"

Glasgow said.
Village President Joe Helm cited the
proximity of the business to nearby residences as a reason to be opposed to the
added hours. Smolik said there was
"speculation" on what might happen
and said the owners have demonstrated
a willingness to be a partner in the
neighborhood.
"We have to look what's in front of
us here," Smolik said.
Trustee Jeremy Walz said a restaurant would be great addition "on Main
Street or Appleton Avenue" and also
had concerns about the location of the
Social Haus. The board rejected the
added hours proposed by Smolik by a 52 vote, then rejected the change in the
conditional use by a 4-3 vote.
"Does everybody realize what
they've just done -- put it back to the
old conditional use permit," Raymonds
said after the change was denied. "Some
of the regulations or the points go
away, it's less restrictive. Just so everybody knows."
The board then approved a liquor

license for the Social Haus by a 4-3


vote.
A short time later, Village Attorney
Michael Morse, responding to a question from Helm, said the board could
reconsider the denial of the changes to
the conditional use request. A reconsideration would have to be made by a
person who voted in the majority, and
the board would have to approve a
request to reconsider by a two-thirds
vote. Walz then made a motion to
reconsider, which was approved by the
board.
Walz said the proposal restricts patio
hours and he could support extending
the indoor hours from 11 p.m. to midnight.
Helm said that by approving the
changes, the board is getting limited
hours in the patio hours and a review of
landscaping by the Architectural
Control Board in exchange for having
the business be open an extra hour.
After additional discussion, the
board approve the changes to the conditional use for the business.

NEWS & EVENTS


Upcoming programs at the Falls
library
The Menomonee Falls Public
Library, located at W156 N8436 Pilgrim
Road, is offering the following programs:
Kohl's Wild Theater, 11 a.m. Nov.

21: Costumed characters star in "A


Winters Tale," a childrens musical play
featuring Wisconsin animals that survive our cold winters. A 2nd skit
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everyone is welcome. Registration is
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County Zoological Society.
November
Family
Movies:
"Paddington" (10:15 a.m. Nov.
28)Features the story of Michael Bonds
beloved teddy bear character, who
leaves his native Peru searching for a
new home, an adventure which takes
him to London, where he is taken in by
a caring family. (95 minutes; Rated PG)
"Inside Out" (2:15 p.m. Nov. 28) is
a humorous animated adventure in
which a spunky 11-year-old girl has
her world turned upside down by her
familys cross-country move Her emotions, each one personified in a different animated character, are running
amok in her head, the Headquarters,
and trying to be the one in charge of
her. (102 minutes; Rated PG)
Call the Youth Library at 532-8915
if more information is needed.
Silver Tea at Old Falls Village Dec. 6
The Old Falls Village annual Silver
Tea will be held Sunday, Dec. 6 from 1
to 4 p.m. at the Miller-Davidson House.
The event will feature free admission
and free refreshments (coffee, tea and
cookies). The theme will be "Dutch
Christmas" with wooden shoes and
windmills showcased to recognize St.
Nicks Day. There will also be a home-

made Christmas cookie sale and a visit


with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Old Falls Village is located at the
corner of Pilgrim Road and Highway Q.
For more information, visit www.oldfallsvillage.com
Falls Patio Players presenting
'Christmas Carol'
"And the Tradition goes on..." Falls
Patio Players
again performs the
beloved version of Charles Dickens'
classic "Christmas Carol". The sets are
going up and Patio Players are measuring for costumes. Two of their very
own members, the late Carol Klose and
the late Jack Strawbridge, collaborated
to write this musical version, which
encompasses French and English carols
as well as many original songs. It has
truly become a family tradition, of
which, Menomonee Falls can be proud.
We are also excited to be celebrating
our 50th season.
Shows are at North Middle School
auditorium on N88 W16750 Garfield Dr.
in Menomonee Falls. Performances are
on Friday, December 4th at 7 pm,
Saturday, December 5th at 3 & 7 pm
and Sunday, December 6th at 1 & 4
pm. Tickets can be purchased on-line
at fallspatioplayers.com or on the 24
hr information line@ 262-255-8372.
Adults/Seniors are $10 and Students
are $8. There is Handicapped access
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Band four times including twice at the
middle school level.
The Wisconsin State Honors Project
offers talented youth the opportunity
to rehearse and perform in Honors
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businesses from 11am-3pm. Bring the
kids to see Santa and Mrs. Claus at the
American Legion hall on Main St. from
10:30 to 2:30
Horse & Wagon rides noon-3pm
($2). Local author Maggie Brooks will
be reading her new book Holly the
Elf and selling them for $3 at the
Village Centre office (great stocking
stuffer). Downtown Gift Certificates
available at the Village Centre office
(cash or check). Accompany of Kids
and Patio Players in full Christmas
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Official Christmas Tree will be lit at
3pm followed by the Festival of Trees
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VOLLEYBALL

STOPPED AT STATE

Germantown falls to
Brookfield East in quarterfinals
BY THOMAS J.MCKILLEN
MANAGING EDITOR

An early Germantown lead


wasn't enough at the boys state
volleyball tournament Nov. 13, as
Brookfield East rallied behind
Matt Szews 29 kills to win 17-25,
26-24, 19-25, 25-21, 15-6.
"Pretty hard to answer for
him," Germantown Coach Brian
Rushmer said of Szews, a Ball
State recruit. "He's a very good
player."
Germantown started the first
game with a 5-1 run and held a
20-9 lead before the Spartans
closed the gap in the latter stages
of the game. In the second game
Germantown held 15-9 lead but
East rallied behind two kills by
Szews and two blocks to reduce
the lead to 17-14, prompting a
Germantown time out. The teams.
Szews finished the game with a
kill.
East then jumped out to 12-7
lead but then Germantown rallied,
as a kill by Jack Thompsen tied
the score at 16-16. With
Germantown leading 17-17, a kill
by Max Keefe started a 3-1 run for
Germantown. East scored one
more point before an attempted
block went out of bounds to give
the game to Germantown.

A five-pint run, which included consecutive kills by Szews,


opened up a 17-13 lead for
Germantown in the fourth game.
After a time out by Germantown,
another kill gave East an 18-13
lead. Germantown rallied and
reduced the deficit to 23-21 following a kill by Thompsen but a
Germantown block went out of
bounds and Nick Watry converted
an ace to send the match to a tie
breaker.
In the tie-break the Spartans
bolted out to a 7-2 lead.
Germantown only scored three
more times as East advanced to a
semifinal the next day, where
they lost to eventual state champion Kaukauna.
Germantown beat East twice
during the regular season.
Rushmer noted that East started a
different rotation from either of
the regular season matches or
what Germantown had seen on
game film between East and other
opponents.
"They played well, they won
that match," Rushmer said.
He later added that East
"played better than our team
overall. There's no one reason why
we lost by any means. They
earned it and they deserved it."

Rushmer noted the team won


more matches and had more
blocks this year that Germantown
team has ever had, had a higher
passer rating and more digs.
"The boys played well all year.
Just to get back here is a privilege
and to play a match like that,
that's why there's 700 people or
however many are out there to
watch it -- they come to see
that," Rushmer said. "The boys
laid it out there, and so did they,
they (Brookfield East) just happened to have come out on top."
Rushmer added he was happy
for the three seniors -- Max Keefe,
Jack Thompsen and Alex Shebesta
who were part of the team that
made it to the state final in 2012.
"For those three to get back
here and play again is just awesome," Rushmer said.
Keefe was named to the allstate team by the Wisconsin Boys
Volleyball Coaches Association.
Rushmer noted that Keefe doesn't
play during the club season.
"The kid played well all year,
he'll have a place near and dear to
my heart and so will Logan Reindl
and Alex Shebesta and all those
PHOTO BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN
seniors. Phil Weisbecker, Jack
Logan Reindl sets up a pass in state quarterfinal game
Thompsen," Rushmer said.
against Brookfield East Nov. 13.

Weber accepts
baseball scholarship to Ilinois
More than a year after deciding
to play baseball at the University
of Illinois, Ty Weber of Menomonee
Falls committed to the school Nov.
13.
Weber, a pitcher for Menomonee
PHOTO BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN Falls, signed a National Letter of
Ty Weber of Menomonee Falls (first row, second from Intent to play baseball for the
left) is pictured with several members of the baseball school. After filing out the paperteam after he sign a letter of intent to play baseball work, he posed for photos with
at the University of Illinois Nov. 13.
members of his family, baseball and

football coaches, and teammates.


Afterwards, Weber said he
chose the University of Illinois
after
considering
Missouri,
Minnesota and Iowa. He said the
recruiting started from his freshman year going into his sophomore
year of high school. He said he got
started getting attention during
his spring and fall season while
playing with the Racine Hitters.

"I just like their coaching staff


and their campus, and their environment," Weber said of Illinois.
Weber said the decision was
finalized in February of his sophomore year.
"It's been awhile since I knew
where I was going," he said.
-By Thomas J. McKillen,
Managing Editor

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CHURCH LISTINGS
MENOMONEE FALLS
EMMANUEL COMMUNITY
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
N84W16707 Menomonee Ave. 262-251-3830
Traditional Worship Sundays 8:30 & 10:00
am; Sunday School 8:30 & 10:00 am.
Nursery available at all services.
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LUTHERAN CHURCH
OF THE PRINCE OF PEACE
Good Hope & Pilgrim Roads - Menomonee
Falls. Rev. Thomas Engler. Worship: Thursday 6:30pm and Sunday 8:00am and
10:30am. Sunday School & Bible Study
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Handicap accessible.

For more information on how to have your


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262-238-6397 Deadline: 3pm Wednesday

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Services Times - Saturday 4:30pm; Sunday
9:00am & 10:45am. Childrens Service &
Nursery Provided. All services at
Germantown Market Place - Squire &
Mequon Rd. 262.251.5050
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CROSSWAY CHURCH
W156 N10041 Pilgrim Rd, Germantown.
Sunday morning worship services at 9:00am
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FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH


W172 N11187 Division Rd, Germantown.
Pastor Thomas Kaul. (262) 251-8250. Times
of worship: Mondays 6:30pm, Sundays 9am.

WEST ALLIS
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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
GREENFIELD
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10777 W. Beloit Rd., lower level of Blue
Building. Sunday 10am, Wednesday 6:30pm.
414-209-4201. www.saintpaulchurch.us
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 &
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the time the area was Greek and is now
on the southern coast of Turkey. His
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while Nicholas was still young. Obeying
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ships.
Under the Roman Emperor Diocletian,
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Falls Village Board approves 2016 budget


The village of Menomonee Falls portion of the tax rate will remain flat for
2016.
The Village Board approved its 2016
budget Nov. 16. According to information from the village, the tax levy will
be $22,604,435, an increase of $200,000
(.9 percent) from last year. Village
Manager Mark Fitzgerald noted that
under the state levy limit, the village
could have increased revenue by 1.35
percent. However, he said the village
opted for a lower increase to maintain a
tax rate of $5.20 per $1,000, which has
been in place since 2012. Fitzgerald
added that the village generated $60
million in new construction growth, the
highest of all 37 communities in
Waukesha County.
Fitzgerald said one change involved
transferring $300,000 from the interceptor sewer levy to the general fund.
According to information from the village, total revenue is increasing by
$685,133, or 2.8 percent. Fitzgerald

said licenses and permits are up 5 percent ($1,300,500). Fitzgerald said that
is attributed with being the highest
growth value community in Waukesha
County.
On the expenditure side, expenditures increased by 2.8 percent to
$85,144. Fitzgerald said moving
$300,000 from the interceptor sewer
fund to the general fund will allow the
village to more rapidly pay down the
revolving loan fund for vehicles and
rolling stock replacement within the
public safety and public service areas,
areas which cover the replacement of
ambulances, fire trucks, plows and
street vehicles. He said the move will
allow the village to pay back internal
loans faster.
Fitzgerald also summarized the transition of fire staff. Last year, the village
started phase one of a plan that went to
going at all 24/7 stations and moving
from paid-on-call staff to a combination
of full-time, part-time and paid-on-call

staff. This is the second year of the transition, and the village will add 16 fulltime equivalent positions filled by parttime staffing.
Among other budget items:
The library budget is $1,868,880, a
$68,773 decrease from this year.
Fitzgerald said fund balance is being
used to fund retirement payouts for a
number of library employees who
intend to retire in 2016. He added the
library fund balance is 50 percent of its
annual operating budget.
"Spending it down on this one-time
only expenditure is deemed appropriate
and in fact probably a wise thing to do
under the level of balance they currently have," Fitzgerald said.
The solid waste fund charges
remains at $100.12.
The water utility "is reasonably
healthy," Fitzgerald said, which has a
net income of $288,7714.
The sanitary sewer utility budget "is

living on earned income from over the


years," Fitzgerald said. The sanitary
sewer utility budget has a loss of
$947,448, and fund balance is being
used to balance this portion of the
budget.
He added that in mid-year 2016
staff would want to bring a recommendation for a "rate process" to the board.
"We are not asking for that tonight
and we would like to leave that as a
future issue," he said.
The storm water utility "is a utility
in name only" and is treading water,
Fitzgerald said. He said the village will
have to do a "deep dive on an analysis"
and either go to a user-based system or
eliminate the utility and absorb it into
other areas.
The village will have $97.2 million of
long term debt, withing it legal general
obligation debt limit of $229 million.
No one spoke on the budget during
a public hearing, and the budget was
unanimously approved by the board.

Menomonee Falls Police Blotter


The following report was taken from
records at the Menomonee Falls Police
Department.
Counterfeiting
A male shopper attempted to pass
a counterfeit $100 bill at Kohls
Department Store, N95 W18000
Appleton Avenue, Nov. 5. The associate
did not accept the bill and the man fled
the scene.
Gas drive off
A vehicle fled Speedway, N87
W17245 Main St., Nov. 1 without paying
for $10.58 worth of gasoline. Two customers followed the vehicle and notified
police. Police located the suspect vehicle at Beacon Street and Lilly Road and
gave chase. The chase entered the city
limits of Milwaukee and was terminated

shortly thereafter.
Fraud
A male complainant reported Oct.
31 that an unknown actor obtained his
Landmark Credit Union card and made
two unauthorized charges of $600 each,
one at Kohls Department Store and the
other at H&M.
Theft
Two bags were removed from a
womans vehicle parked at Tri-County
YMCA, N84 W17501 Menomonee
Avenue, Nov. 2 after an unknown actor
smashed a window.
A womans wallet was stolen from
on top of her purse Nov. 1 as she
shopped at Target, N95 W17707 Shady
Lane.
An unknown actor stole a laptop

computer from Alto Shaam, W164


N9283 Water St., Nov. 1.
Warrants
A 34-year-old Milwaukee woman
was taken into custody on a Wauwatosa
warrant at 8:21 p.m. Oct. 28 following a
traffic stop at Appleton Avenue and
Pilgrim Road.

A 19-year-old Sussex man was


taken into custody on a Glendale warrant at 7:52 p.m. Nov. 2.
Vandalism
The rear window was smashed out
of a vehicle parked near Lisbon and
Pilgrim roads Nov. 6. Damage was also
done to the body of the car.

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CIRCUIT
COURT
WAUKESHA
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Wells Fargo Financial
Wisconsin, Inc. c/o Wells
Fargo Bank, N.A., 3476
Stateview Boulevard Fort
Mill, SC 29715 Plaintiff, vs.
John E. Kelly a/k/a John
Kelly individually and as
Trustee of the Kelly Trust
dated November 23, 2004
Trust Pewaukee, WI 530723332. Dianne K. Kelly
individually and as a Trustee
of the Kelly Trust dated
November 23, 2004 Trust
3614 Erie St., Racine, WI
53402-3518. John Moe
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and such other known or
unknown Trustees or
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2004 Trust W283 N3302
Lakeside Rd., Pewaukee, WI
53072-3332.
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130, Waukesha, WI 531881177.
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Hart, Registered Agent 750
W Virginia St., Milwaukee,
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Capitol, Madison, WI 53703.
Childrens Hospital and
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53226-4875. United States
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Milwaukee, WI 53202. c/o
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Honorable Maria S. Lazar
Case
Code
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(Foreclosure of Mortgage)
The amount claimed
exceeds $10,000.00. THE
STATE OF WISCONSIN To
each person named

above as a defendant: You


are hereby notified that the
plaintiff named above has
filed a lawsuit or other legal
action against you. Within
40 days after November 21,
2015 you must respond with
a written demand for a copy
of the amended complaint.
The demand must be sent or
delivered to the court, whose
address is 515 W. Moreland
Blvd., Waukesha, WI 531882428 and to Gray &
Associates, L.L.P., plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is
16345 W. Glendale Dr., New
Berlin, WI 53151-2841. You
may have an attorney help
or represent you. If you do
not demand a copy of the
amended complaint within
40 days, the court may grant
judgement against you for
the award of money or other
legal action requested in the
amended complaint, and
you may lose your right to
object to anything that is or
may be incorrect in the
amended complaint. A
judgment may be enforced
as provided by law. A
judgment awarding money
may become a lien against
any real estate you own now
or in the future, and may also
be enforced by garnishment
or seizure of property. Dated
this 12 day of November,
2015. Gray & Associates,
L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff
By: Patricia C. Lonzo State
Bar No. 1045312, 16345 W.
Glendale Dr., New Berlin, WI
53151-2841 (414)224-1987.
Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is
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purpose.
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SALES/MARKETING

NOW HIRING

GENERAL FEED MILL


LABOR/CDL DELIVERY DRIVER

COUNTER HELP

United Cooperative has a full time general labor/driver at our Hartford and Beaver Dam
feed mill locations. Individuals must have good math skills, strong customer service abilities
for work in our warehouse, forklift experience, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Must be able to handle 80-pound bags (or smaller) on a regular basis; work at elevated heights; climb ladders frequently; possess a class B CDL with air brake endorsement.
Computer systems knowledge is a plus. Competitive wage and excellent benefits. EOE

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING OUR TEAM

STOP IN AND COMPLETE AN APPLICATION


7280 State Road 60 West Hartford, WI 53027
or N7160 Raceway Road Beaver Dam, WI 53916
SEND COVER LETTER/RESUME
United Cooperative
Attn: Human Resources
N7160 Raceway Road
Beaver Dam, WI 53916

APPLY ONLINE:
careers@unitedcooperative.com
www.unitedcooperative.com

1-800-924-2991

SHORT ORDER COOK

REST./HOSPITALITY

Pops

custard

counter help

PART-TIME $9.00

TO START

(SOME NIGHTS & WEEKENDS)

EXPERIENCED

short order
cook

PART-TIME $10.00

TO START

(SOME NIGHTS & WEEKENDS)

Come & Talk to Sharon


N87 W16459 Appleton Ave.
262-251-3320

SHORT ORDER COOK

DRIVERS

Express News is looking for an


Inside/Outside Sales Rep.
Sales experience helpful, but we will train
the right person. Salary plus commission.
No weekends or holidays.
Send resume to:
8990 N. 51 St., Brown Deer, WI 53223
or email to:
khans@discoverhometown.com

HEALTHCARE SERVICES
SIGN ON BONUS!

CARESTAFF

ALL SHIFTS, FULL & PART TIME


(CNAs or CBRF Certified Required)
Willing to train the right individual.
Please call Rachel
@ 262-644-5926 if interested.

AUTUMN OAKS
227 E. Washington St., Slinger

COUNTER HELP

LASATA SENIOR
LIVING CAMPUS
in Cedarburg has the following
positions available:

RN Supervisor
Part-time on NOC shift

LPNs/RNs
Full and part time positions

Manufacturing Tech
Maintenance
CNC Machining
Mold Making

CNAs
Part-time PMs and NOCS
Lasata, owned and operated by Ozaukee
County, offers excellent wages, benefits,
weekend and shift differentials.

Join Our Health Care Team!


Were a family oriented health care facility.

CNAs

Part Time PMs And Nights


2pm 6pm | 7pm-11-pm
10:45pm 7:15am
Were just a short 15 minute
drive south of Fond Du Lac
Make more than a living...
Make a difference.

Hope Health and


Rehabilitation
438 Ashford Ave. Lomira, WI 53048
Apply online at:
hopehealthandrehab.com
or call 920-269-4386

Please apply online at


www.lasatacampus.com,
visit us in person or fax
Ozaukee County application to
262-377-4202.
Or email
akohal@co.ozaukee.wi.us

Ellens Home
W150 N11127 Fond du Lac Ave.
Germantown South
262-250-9800 or email to:
ellenshome2@wi.twcbc.com

CAREGIVERS
LEAD 3RD SHIFT
PT KITCHEN HELP
Ellens Home is a 42 bed assisted living looking for dependable
professionals who love working with the elderly. CBRF certified
experience preferred. But willing to train the right individual.
Premium wages and benefits

Bring in this ad
Receive $250 SIGN ON BONUS!

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ERP ANALYST
WELDER

HEALTHCARE SERVICES

2nd Shift

BRAKE PRESS OPERATOR


2nd Shift

TRUMPF PRESS
1st Shift
Ask about our 4 Day Work Week
for 2nd Shift

Capri Communities is the premier provider


of senior living communities in Southeastern
Wisconsin and we are now accepting
applications for the Gables of Germantown

Steel Craft Corporation


105 Steel Craft Drive
Hartford, WI 53027
www.steelcraftwi.com/page/employment
E-mail: hr@steelcraftwi.com

COOK Full Time Position


Prep and prepare meals according to
standard recipes, ensuring a clean and
safe kitchen and adhering to the dietary
concerns of our residents. Prior cooking
experience is required. Days/evenings,
some weekends and holidays. Please send
resume to tvoeks@capricommunities.com
or apply in person.

KITCHEN HELP Days & PMs


Assists with food prep, serving, clearing
and setting tables, washing dishes and
assisting residents wherever necessary.
Ensures resident satisfaction and
opens/closes restaurant.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WOMEN


AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

SKILLED TRADES

Apply in person at

The Gables of Germantown


N109 W17110 Ava Circle
Germantown, WI 53022
(on Division Road south of Mequon Road).
No phone calls, please
www.capricommunities.com EOE

Do you have what it takes to take on a physical but very rewarding position?! Then call Jennifer Doty
at Manpower today at 262-225-2074 and send your resume over to jennifer.doty@manpower.com
for immediate consideration. Start working now!
PACKAGING
A physical job, 10 hours a day 4 days a week. 5-6 days starting immediately! Standing long periods
of time, lifting 25lbs-50lbs, bending. Salting cheese, putting in molds, dumping molds, turning molds.
BRINE ROOM
Taking cheese in and out of brine, dumping salt on cheese, putting in tanks. Data Entry. 10% forklift
driving-they will train. Must be able to stand for long periods of time. Involves, packaging cheddar in
a bag, pulling a large bag over the top of large cheese and sealing. Palletizing. Lifting, bending.
PAY RATE $14.67
Call, email your resume and register at manpowerjobs.com TODAY!
Looking for work in Oconomowoc? 2nd and 3rd shifts available. $13 Tuesday-Friday 4pm to 2am.
$14 Saturday, Sunday, Monday 6pm to 6am. Hundreds of other positions available.

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GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT
Looking For

ENERGETIC PART-TIME
SEASONAL HELPERS
Willing to work in a fast food environment
Would you like to earn extra money for
Christmas and the upcoming Holiday Season this
year? We are looking for an energetic person to
help out during our peak months. Must enjoy
people and be able to work in a fast-paced
Christian environment. Duties will include:
busing and serving. Must be at least 14 years of
age. Some weekends are required, working
approximately 10 - 15 hours per week.
No experience necessary.
Please apply at or mail resume to:

BASILICA OF HOLY HILL


PERSONNEL DEPT.
1525 Carmel Road
Hubertus, WI 53033

WAREHOUSE
WORKER NEEDED

for our Brown Deer Warehouse


Gain experience by working
on the inserting machine,
packaging and stacking.
Please mail your resume to:

Or Call 262-628-4417
Ask for Janet

Holy Hill
CAFE

EOE

Milwaukee
Wauwatosa
West Allis
Menomonee Falls
Hartford

FUNRKINGMENT
WOVIRON
EN PART-TIME

Jackson
West Bend
West Milwaukee
Oak Creek
Hartland

Hometown Communications
P.O. Box 335-HR Germantown, WI 53022
or email to: HR@discoverhometown.com

Cedarburg
Whitefish Bay
Elkhorn
Johnson Creek
Madison

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is seeking a Part-time DISTRIBUTION
ASSISTANT. This position is responsible for assisting with route delivery,
training new carriers, and warehouse organization. Working the early hours
from 1:00am 6:00am, with Friday, Saturday and Sunday being the most frequent scheduled days, therefore required availability although days may vary.
Staying past 6:00am until the work is completed is required when unexpected
routes are in need of delivery. You must be 18 years of age or older and able
to lift 30-35lbs repetitively. A valid drivers license and have proof of vehicle
insurance are required. Pay rate varies depending on location.

To apply visit: http://www.journalmediagroup.com/: Click Careers - Search


Publishing Jobs Search opening click: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel to apply.
Or call the following locations:
Burnham DC (Central Milwaukee)
Eddie Carter 414.647.4752
Clinton DC (North Milwaukee)
Cornell Sims 414.982.1830
Johnson Creek or Hartland DC
Christine Katona 414.788.5111
Port Washington or Cedarburg DC
Rod Debroux 414.225.5068
Rawson DC (Airport Milwaukee)
Sara Schoessow 414.762.3395

Menomonee Falls,
West Bend or Hartford DC
Dave Fifarek 414.788.0799
Waukesha DC
Barb Kowalkiewicz 262.446.6649
Elkhorn DC
Tom Adyniec 262.723.7678

Germantown Community Library has an opening for a


Library Specialist 1. The position is approximately 26
hours per week and does include evening
and weekend hours. Previous public
library experience and some college
preferred, but not required.
Applications available at the library.
Germantown Community Library
N112W16957 Mequon Road
Germantown, WI 53022
The deadline for applications
is Tuesday, December 1, 2015
at 5pm.

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