Village News March 3

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The Village of Kohler is currently accepting applications for the position of Recreation Department Baseball Coordinator. The Baseball Coordinator shall be responsible for: facilitation and management of Kohler Youth Baseball/Softball; scheduling leagues, umpires and fields. Qualifications: working knowledge of baseball/softball rules and regulations, WIAA umpire certification preferred, coaching/recreation experience preferred. If interested, please pick up and fill out an application at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, Kohler.

FROM CLERK/TREASURER LAURIE LINDOW www.kohlervillage.org

Village Meetings Scheduled for March

3/7      Library Board at Kohler Library

12:30 pm

3/8      Planning Commission    4:30 pm

3/12    Property Committee       4:30 pm

3/12    Finance Committee       5:30 pm

3/19    Village Board                 5:30 pm

All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated.

Advertising in the Village Phone Directory

The Village is selling ad space in the 2018 Phone Directory. Available for purchase are half-page ads for $100 or full page ads for $200.

Dimensions for the ads are:

Half page 5” wide by 3.75” tall black/white

Full page 5” wide by 8” tall black/white

Design services are available with the purchase of an ad. Your ad and/or logo can be sent as a PDF to Llindow@kohlervillage.org. Images should be high resolution. Deadline for submitting ads is March 15.

Dog and Cat Licenses

All dogs and cats over 5 months of age require licensing. Rabies vaccination certificate is required at time of licensing. Dogs and cats must be licensed by April 1 of each year. Fees are:

Unaltered dog/cat       $12.00

Altered dog/cat            $  5.00

Late fee                       $  5.00

Cash or check only.

FROM POLICE CHIEF BILL RUTTEN
www.kohlerpolice.com

Prescription Drug Disposal: The Kohler Police Department has the secure drug disposal box in its entrance. The box is available for all prescription drugs and over the counter medication in their original containers. The box cannot be used for illegal drugs, needles, syringes, thermometers or any hazardous materials. The box was obtained through a partnership with Sheboygan County to keep drugs from being flushed down toilets or dumped into landfills.  Please utilize the box for any old drugs to keep them out of the wrong hands and to be disposed of properly. We will again be participating in a drug take back day which is scheduled for April 28th; however, you can drop off your drugs anytime.

Vacation Checks: Don’t forget that if you are planning to go away on spring break or at any time during the year, that you may have the Kohler Police Department check your house while you are gone. Residents can request a vacation check on-line through the Kohler Police Department’s web page www.kohlerpolice.com, by stopping by the department or calling. If you call outside of regular business hours you may leave a message too. In your message just include your name, address, duration of your vacation and any other pertinent information that we may need to know. Some pertinent information may include lights that are on timers, alarms, and names of persons that may stop by or keyholders. Any other questions about this service, please call the police department.

FROM PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
BRETT EDGERLE

YARD WASTE

Yard waste (green lid cart) pickup starts on Tuesday, April 3rd. On April 3rd, 10th & 17th, Special Yard Waste collections will be held.  After the green Yard Waste Cart is full, yard waste may be put into additional containers (not bags) for collection. Place these containers on the curb adjacent to the standard containers.

Do Not rake leaves and debris into the street. Curbside leaf collection is in the fall only.

BRUSH

Brush pickup (tree branches) starts on Tuesday, April 3rd.  Brush must be neatly piled in four-foot lengths. The maximum diameter is six inches. No brush with thorns will be picked up. Thorny material must be cut up and put in the cart with the green lid. Brush not complying will be tagged and not picked up.

DISPOSABLE WIPES

Residents are cautioned against flushing disposal wipes down the toilet. Although many wipes are labeled “disposable” or “flushable”, quite often they clog sewer laterals and mains. The preferred method of disposal is to bag the wipes and place in your garbage receptacle.

THE AMERICAN CLUB

The main parking lot of the American Club is being renovated, preventing normal guest access off of Highland Drive. Please note that a temporary guest entrance has been created on Church Street on the west side of the American Club. Please drive carefully and be aware of the construction traffic.

SNOW EMERGENCY

To find out if a snow emergency is in effect for the Village, call 459-3881 anytime, or check the Kohler website at www.kohlervillage.org. There is no parking on village streets during a snow emergency. A snow emergency is called when accumulation is expected to exceed 4 inches.  Snow emergencies are typically called from 8:00 am until 12:00 pm to give the snowplows an opportunity to clear the streets with no cars present.

SNOW REMOVAL

Winter is here. Here are some reminders on Village snow removal ordinances and policies.

  1. Please remember to shovel your sidewalks within 24 hours after a snowfall event.
  2. Do not blow or shovel snow back into the street.
  3. Please remove vehicles from the street when the plows are in operation.

SNOW REMOVAL AROUND MAILBOX KIOSKS

It is the residents’ responsibility to have the snow removed around the mailbox kiosks. The Postal Service will not deliver mail if the carrier is not able to reach the unit – the front as well as the backside. Someone in the neighborhood needs to take the initiative to remove the snow; or the responsibility can be shared. The Village is not responsible to keep these areas clear of snow.

GARBAGE RECEPTACLES

Residents are encouraged to store their garbage receptacles in discrete locations. Ideally they should be stored in a garage. Other suitable areas include side/back yards, or any other area screened from public view. Please be reminded that all containers must be stored with the lids securely closed and away from any heat source, such as a grill.

PET CLEANUP

Residents are reminded to pick up after their pets and to dispose of the waste appropriately.

BUILDING PERMITS

As a reminder, Building Permits are required for all residential projects involving construction, heating, plumbing and electrical work that has a value greater than $1,000. Home additions, garages, accessory buildings, decks and other exterior modifications need Kohler Co. and Village of Kohler Plan Commission review. Visit our website at www.kohlervillage.org or call the Public Works Department at 459-3881 for more information.

THE KOHLER YOUTH CENTER

FROM MANAGER RHONDA HOLLAND

Hours of Operation for March 1 through 31

Monday-Friday 3-5:30pm

Closed Saturday and Sunday

Closed March 27-April 1 (Spring Break)

Located on School Street, Door 19, right next to the Pool.

UPCOMING EVENT

SPRING LOCK-IN AT THE KOHLER YOUTH CENTER

WHO:  Middle and High School Students (grades 6-12)

WHAT:  Spring Lock-in

WHEN:  Saturday, April 21, 7:30-11pm

WHY:    Not only is it the POOL OPENER, it’s good ‘Ole Fashion Fun on a Saturday Night which includes time with your friends, night swimming, music, open gym, and of course FUN!

WELCOME  and bring your friends!   YES!!!  The pool WILL BE OPEN.

Save the date:

SUMMER LOCK-IN AT THE KOHLER YOUTH CENTER

WHO:  YOU!  Middle and High School Students (grades 6-12)

WHAT:  SUMMER Lock-In

WHEN:  Saturday, June 30, 7:30-11pm

WHY:    Summertime Fun with Friends!

ATTENTION:

Parents, Students, Community

Looking for a great venue to hold your next social event, get-together or birthday party?  Try the Kohler Youth Center! Here are some highlights: Jukebox with endless music selections; 3 Big Screen TV’s; 2 Lounge Areas; Kitchen area; Classic and Video Games; Skee Ball; Basketball; Free Ping Pong and Billiards. A kid friendly environment that anyone could enjoy. Contact Rhonda Holland @ 920-207-6537 for more information

LATEST NEWS:

The Kohler Youth Center Lock-In was canceled this past month to allow all of our workers and students to attend the Kohler High School Boys Basketball Team’s Championship game. On Saturday, February 17, the stands were packed with Bomber Pride as the Kohler boys took on Howard’s Grove and WON the Big East Conference Championship. Congratulations boys! Shout out to our Kohler Youth Center Workers and Conference Champs: Jack Krall, Joe Bugbee, Matt Childs, Alex Holland, Ben Tengowski, Ben Heins. Our next middle and high school lock-in is scheduled for Saturday, April 21 and we will celebrate the opening of the Pool with night swimming, music, friends and of course fun.  The gym will also be available.  See you soon.

This Month’s Menu Highlight:

Grilled Chicken Sandwich $3

Chicken Tenders w/Sauce $3

Olympic Gold Shakes (cookies & cream) $1.50

Mom’s Mobile Meal chicken tender $2

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Activities in March

3/2 Chili Cook-Off

3/6 Card Making

3/8 Bowling

3/8 Diabetic Cooking

3/8 Book Club

3/15 Painting Club

3/16 3 Sheep’s Brewery

3/29 Superior Bar & Grill

To register or for more information, stop at Village Hall, call 920-459-3873 or email cgamb@kohlervillage.org.

Friday lunch at Village Hall 11:30 am, cost $4

To register for lunch stop at Village Hall, call 920-459-3873 or email cgamb@kohlervillage.org by Wednesday.

3/2 Chili Cook-Off

3/9 Irish Stew

3/23 Brats & Hamburgers

3/30 Breakfast for Lunch

Exercise Classes

Classes are held at Village Hall. No pre-registration required. Classes are $4 for members or $5 for non-members.

Monday & Wednesday Chair Yoga 8:15am

Monday Chinese Yoga 10:30am

Wednesday Tai Chi 9:30am

Walkers Club

Tuesday/Thursday Walkers Club meet in Village Gym 7:30am, use entrance by the pool/Youth Center. No pre-registration required. No fee.

Ping Pong

Monday/Tuesday at Village Hall 1pm. No pre-registration required. Members are free, non-members are $1.

Pickle Ball

Wednesday at the Kohler School Gym 7:30pm. No pre-registration required. Members are free, non-members are $1.

VILLAGE BOARD

The Village Board approved the following items during their January 15 meeting:

Resolution 2018-2, Adopting Updated Emergency Operations Plan.

Renewal of five-year Collaboration Agreement between Kohler Fire Department and City of Sheboygan Falls Fire Department.

Operator’s Licenses as presented.

Temporary Class B beer and wine: KPAL 2/18/18; St. John Evangelist Church 1/28/18; Kohler Foundation, Inc. 3/9/18.

Temporary Class B beer for Kohler Foundation, Inc. 2/9/18.

Hire Youth Center employees as presented.

Hire Part-Time Police Officer.

Non-managerial/non-represented employee wage information for 2018 as presented.

 

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