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FOOD PANTRY AT VILLAGE HALL

Help Your Neighbor food pantry is available at Village Hall in the west vestibule by the parking lot. The door is always open for you to come in and pick up food. There are bags under the table to place food into.

Thank You to all that have donated so far to help your neighbor! People are benefiting from your generosity. To donate non-perishable food items, there is a collection box in the entry by the Kohler Post Office.
FROM CLERK/TREASURER LAURIE LINDOW www.kohlervillage.org

Village Meetings Scheduled for June
TBD       Library Board at Kohler Public Library      12:30 pm
6/8         Property Committee                                         5:30 pm
6/8         Finance Committee                                          6:00 pm
6/11        Planning Commission                                     4:30 pm
6/15       Village Board                                                      6:00 pm

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

Board of Review

The Village of Kohler Board of Review will meet Monday, June 8, beginning at 5:00 p.m. Property owners that want to appear before the Board of Review to appeal their assessment must provide the clerk-treasurer with written or oral notice of their intent to file an objection at least 48 hours before the meeting of the Board. Also, a written and signed Form of Objection to Property Assessment must be filled out and filed with the clerk within the first 2 hours of the Board’s first scheduled meeting.

FROM POLICE CHIEF SHAWN SPLIVALO www.kohlerpolice.com

Bike License

Just a reminder, licenses are required and are available for $2.50 for any bikes with wheels larger than 16”.  The license allows officers to return found and recovered bicycles to their owners. You can stop by the Kohler Police Department or find the form on our website.

Boat, Camper, Trailer, Parking

No person shall park or leave any mobile home, camper, trailer, or boat and trailer on any street or highway that is not posted within the village for a period longer than twenty-four (24) hours unless that person has obtained permission from the Kohler Police Department.

Graduation Signs

Congratulations to all our 2020 Graduates!

On May 20, 2020, the Planning Commission approved a request to allow 18×24 signs in the yards of all high school and college graduates until July 31, 2020.

On July 31st the exception will expire and we will return to Village Ordinance 21.07.020 for Portable Signs which reads: any sign which is not fastened, anchored, and resting on a permanent foundation shall be considered a portable sign and shall not be permitted in any district.

FROM PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR BRETT EDGERLE

MULCH

Mulch is available for $10 per yard plus tax, delivered.  Call 459-3873 to place an order.  Deliveries are Friday mornings only.

BUILDING PERMITS

Building Permits are required for all residential projects involving construction, heating, plumbing and electrical work that has a value greater than $1,000.00.  Home additions, garages, accessory buildings, decks and other exterior modifications need Village of Kohler Plan Commission review.  Visit our website at www.kohlervillage.org for a building permit application or call the Public Works Department at 459-3881 for more information.

FENCES

If you are considering installing a fence, please be reminded of the following process.  The home owner needs to obtain a property survey, a copy of your deed, pictures of the areas impacted by the fence, fence specifications, a site plan and a cover letter explaining the scope of the project.  This information is submitted to Kohler Co. for approval.  Once approved by Kohler Co., the Village’s Planning Commission needs to review and approve as well.   This process may take up to 3 months.

GARAGE SALE SIGNS

One temporary “garage sale” or “for sale” sign shall be permitted on each lot. Signs located on public property will be removed by the Public Works Department or Police Department.

STORABLE SWIMMING POOLS

Storable swimming pools, require an annual $50 permit. A storable pool is any pool which holds 1000 gallons of water or more.  Storable pools must be located 35 feet from all lot lines and meet ALL electrical codes for the pump.

YARD WASTE

Residents are reminded not to use Plastic Bags in the Yard Waste Containers.

BRUSH

Brush pickup (tree branches) has commenced.  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.

If a homeowner hires a professional arborist to trim or remove trees, the arborist must take the debris with them.  If a resident performs the work themselves, the Village will remove the branches and limbs.

FROM RECREATION DIRECTOR SONJA HEINS www.recreation.kohlervillage.org

During this time of “Sheboygan County Safe Restart” the Recreation department is working to help you stay mentally and physically fit. Check out our Virtual Recreation site for activities and ideas:  sheins9.wixsite.com/kohlervirtualrec

Cancelled activities:

  • Summer Tennis
  • Challenger Soccer camp the week of June 14, if you are registered you will be contacted by Challenger with options
  • Compass Creative Theater Camp, all three camps, if you are registered you will be contacted by Compass with options
  • KPAL Swim Meet
  • Summer Junior and Senior Swim Club, may have another option available.
  • Hip Hop Dance Camp

**Update Spring Baseball and Fastpitch Softball**

The season is still being worked out. We are still hoping that there will be a partial season. Most leagues are trying to do everything possible to ensure there will be at least some baseball/softball played this year. Please watch your email and our Facebook Page for updates. If the season is cancelled, refunds will be given.

**Summer Camps & Activities**

The Village of Kohler Recreation Department is grateful for this community and your patience during this difficult time. We are working hard to create workable solutions for our summer activities. Some of these activities will have to be canceled or postponed for the health and safety of everyone in our community. We will do our best to keep you informed as we move forward. Thank you for understanding. Visit our website at:  recreation.kohlervillage.org or check out our Facebook Page “Village of Kohler Recreation Department” for updates.

Kohler Pool – Currently Closed

Youth Center – Currently Closed

KLUB 55

At the May 18th Village Board meeting the Kohler Village Board signed a Proclamation for Klub 55 Member Fran Lemahieu to recognize her for sewing and donating masks to area hospitals, nursing homes and citizens. Fran has sewn over 1,000 masks (she stopped counting at 1,000) and is still sewing more. Thank you Fran!

VILLAGE BOARD

The Village Board approved the following items during their April 20th meeting:

  • Operator’s licenses as presented.
  • January & February 2020 Revenue & Expense reports, bank reconciliation and journal entries.
  • Kapur & Associates complete the Storm/Sanitary Sewer CIPP spot repair and bidding documents.
  • Village Hall kitchen remodel, amount not to exceed $23,000.
  • Pursue purchase of proposed fire truck subject to successful pump testing reports and approval by the Fire Department sub-committee for a price up to $150,000.
  • Construction bid of $33,000 from Sign Art Studio, LLC for Village of Kohler sign.
  • Bid to pave Briarwood Court from Northeast Asphalt, Inc. for $143,908.
  • Payment of $1,000 to AT&T to prepare estimate for cost to bury their lines on Woodland Road and Sunset Road north of Hwy 23.
  • Building permits for signage and new entrance doors for Little Love at the Shops at Woodlake.
  • Hire Chad Gross to fill the open Lieutenant position.
  • Appointments:

Tom Hilke – Board of Zoning Appeals
Laura Drew, Kyle Gebler and Cori Wicklund – Recreation Committee
Kurk Anderson – Sex Offender Residence Board
Brian Post and Christine Loose – Tourism Promotion & Development Committee

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