Village View for August, 2018

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GARBAGE COLLECTION
Garbage collection will be delayed one day after the Labor Day Holiday. Garbage, recycling and yard waste will be picked up on Wednesday, September 5th.

FROM CLERK/TREASURER LAURIE LINDOW www.kohlervillage.org
Village Meetings Scheduled for September
9/5       Library Board   at Kohler Public Library   12:30pm
9/10     Property Committee                                         4:30 pm
9/10     Finance Committee                                           5:30 pm
9/13     Planning Commission                                       4:30 pm
9/17     Village Board                                                        5:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated.

FROM POLICE CHIEF BILL RUTTEN www.kohlerpolice.com
School is back in Session:
Now that school is back in session, please remember to drive carefully on the streets around the school. The speed limit is 15 mph when children are present in the school zones. There is no stopping or standing of vehicles for the westbound traffic on School St., or on Church St. adjacent to the school. Also, for parents that drop children off in the morning do so close to the crosswalk so the students can be helped across the street. Students that are crossing in mid-block amongst the vehicles are harder to see and are not as safe. The safest location would be to drop students off on the north side by the canopy. Follow the aides’ directions for smooth traffic flow.

New Crossing Guard:  You may notice a new crossing guard at CTH PP/Highland Dr. Lana Lensink, who helped out last year, has been hired as the new crossing guard for that intersection.  Lana is a long time village resident and is looking forward to a good school year. This intersection is still going to have a crossing guard during the construction of the roundabout.  Please greet Lana if you see her.

FROM PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR BRETT EDGERLE
Landscape Mulch:
Residents looking for landscape mulch are encouraged to call the Public Works Department at 459-3881. Mulch will be delivered to your home for $10/Cubic Yard plus tax. Deliveries will be on Fridays only.

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 (grill).

Fire Hydrant Flushing and Water Valve Exercising:
During the months of August and September, the Village Public Works Department will be exercising water valves. The Department will also be performing maintenance on fire hydrants and flushing the mains. The work will be performed Monday through Thursday. Residents should be aware that there will be periods of cloudy and discolored water as sediment and mineral deposits in the water mains are disturbed.

Building Permits: A reminder that building permits are required for new structures, additions, remodeling, accessory structures, pools, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, siding, roofing, fences, signs, modifications over $1,000 in market value, and driveways. Any questions about building permits and/or permit fees can be directed to Brett Edgerle at 459-3881 or bedgerle@kohlervillage.org. Permit application forms are also available on our website – www.kohlervillage.org.

Highway PP Road Reconstruction:
The Reconstruction of Highway PP is underway.  The section of roadway currently under construction will be complete in late August or early September and it will be opened up at that time. Also at that time, the Highland Drive – Highway PP intersection will be closed for construction. Be mindful of detour signs during the changeover. Construction will likely be complete in October, weather depending.

KLUB 55  klub55.kohlervillage.org/
To register for activities or lunch stop at Village Hall, call 920-459-3873 or email cgamb@kohlervillage.org.

Activities in September
9/6 Kayak Kettle Moraine Lake 10am
9/10, 11 & 12 Canoe Trip-Upham WI Dells
9/13 Golf 10am at Riverdale
9/20 Lunch at Anglers 11:30am
9/20 Painting Club 1:30pm
9/20 Spinners 6pm
9/22 & 9/23 Fall Harvest at Solu Winery
9/27 Ho Chunk Gambling Bus 7:05am

Friday lunch at Village Hall 11:30 am, cost $5 – Sign up by Wednesday
9/7 Schuff’s Last Resort Fish Fry $12, registration and payment due 9/3
9/14Chicken Booyah
9/21 Oriental Chicken
9/28 Homemade Pasties

Exercise Classes
No pre-registration required. Classes are $5 for members or $6 for non-members.
Monday & Wednesday Chair Yoga 8:15am-Village Hall
Monday Therapeutic Yoga 9:30am-Village Hall
Wednesday Chi Gong & Tai Chi 8:30am-Memorial Theater
Ping Pong
Mondays/Tuesdays at Village Hall 1pm. No pre-registration required. Members are free, non-members are $1.
Walkers Club Tuesdays/Thursdays at Lost Woods Park 8:30am.
Pickle Ball Wednesdays at Kohler Tennis Courts 6:30pm. No pre-registration required. Members are free, non-members are $1.

THE KOHLER POOL FROM AQUATICS MANAGER SONJA HEINS
The pool will be open Saturday and Sunday, September 1 & 2 from 1:30-7pm. We are closed on Labor Day and begin our Fall hours on Saturday, September 8

Fall Hours for Open Swim: Saturdays and Sundays 1:30-4pm
Fee: Residents are Free, Non-Resident $2 if you are with a resident, $5 if not with a resident

Water in Motion
Water in Motion water Aerobics class will be Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7-8am
Evening Deep Water Aerobics 6pm on Mondays
There is no pre-registration for these classes. Fee is $1 for residents, $3 for non-residents
There are punch cards available: 12 classes for $10 residents, or $34 for non-residents.

Lap Swim
Lap swim is available Monday–Thursday from 8-9am.

THE KOHLER YOUTH CENTER FROM MANAGER RHONDA HOLLAND
Hours of Operation for September, 2018
September 1 & 2: Open 12:30-7:30pm
September 3 CLOSED: Happy Labor Day
Beginning September 4
Monday through Friday 3-5:30pm
Saturday and Sunday 12:30-5pm
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

ATTENTION Parents and Students: School Starts September 4 and the
Youth Center is back to after-school hours. Looking for a place to meet your friends and unwind after school? WE INVITE YOU to COME ON IN and enjoy an easy-going, fun and comfortable environment.

Need a quick snack after school or before practice? Need a place to unwind? A place to hang out and get some homework done? How about a quick and easy dinner? At the Kohler Youth Center, we offer after school snacks, after school unwind time and a place to meet your friends.

How do I find the Youth Center and where is it located? The Youth Center itself is located at 260 School Street. We are sandwiched in between the Memorial Theater and the Pool. Follow the walkway up to Door 19 and you will see us on your right. The Youth Center can also be found on Facebook and Snapchat. LIKE:  “Kohler Youth Center” on Facebook. ADD:  @kohleruthcenter on Snapchat. These two pages will keep you informed of upcoming events, happenings, and what’s new!

LATEST NEWS: Thursday, August 2 was an exciting day for the Youth Center. All children and adults who participated in or attended Kohler Recreation’s Doll Buggy Parade received a free ice cream cone. All children who swam in the KPAL Swim meet received a free hot dog and all children and adults who watched, cheered and supported our kids also received a free ice cream cone! What a day and thank you to all who participated in and enjoyed these events. Remember, coupons don’t expire until July of 2019 so come on in and enjoy a refreshment on us.
Feeling lucky?   Our daily drawing takes place each day at 3:30pm. Sign up at the counter.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
What:  Halloween Party & Costume Contest After Hours Event
When:  Saturday, October 27, 5:30-11pm
Who:  All Elementary School Children and their Parents, All Middle and High School Youth and their Friends, Everyone and Anyone who wants to get Involved
Elementary Costume Contest:  6:15pm
All Youth Entering Grades 6-12 & Adults’ Contest 8:15pm
Remember this event is open to everyone, but please note, elementary aged students should be accompanied by a parent; middle and high school students may come on their own. This event will be supervised and staffed, however guests will be able to come and go as they wish throughout the night just like during normal business hours. With the emphasis put on a safe, easy-going place to go to meet your friends and have fun, we look forward to meeting you at our next event.

Save the date: Holiday Party and After Hours Event
Saturday, December 15, 7:30-11pm
White Elephant Gift Exchange 9pm. Stay tuned for more information!

This Month’s Menu Highlights:
Hot Dog  $1; Pretzel Pillows with Cheese $1.75; KopyKat Iced Coffee  $2; Mom’s Mobile Meal Chicken Tender $2; Ask about our Feature Candy Today  $1.50.

Kohler Youth Center, Est. 1956. WE INVITE YOU to COME ON IN and enjoy an easy-going, fun and comfortable environment.

VILLAGE BOARD
The Village Board approved the following items during their July 16 meeting:  

Village President Thomas R. Schnettler accepts a donation from Zachary Pethan in memory of John & Joyce Pethan to be used towards a drinking foundation that John wanted in Upper Lost Woods Park.

  • Purchase pressure washer and accessories not to exceed $4,000.
  • Operator’s Licenses as presented.
  • Hire part-time Public Works employee.
  • Temporary Class B beer license to Kohler Fire Dept. for 8/5/18.
  • Temporary Class B beer and wine license to Kohler Foundation, Inc. for 11/3/18.
  • Ordinance 2018-9, Regarding Parking
  • June 2018 Revenue & Expense reports & bank reconciliation.
  • Special Committee appointments as presented.
  • Tourism Promotion & Development Committee funds:
    The American Club 100th Anniversary $10,000
    2018 Room Night-Golf Assoc. Members $100,000
    2018 Kohler Food & Wine $30,000
    2019 Room Night-Golf Rounds Acquisition $90,000
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