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LEGAL NOTICES

LEGAL NOTICES

Beaver Dam Unified School District
Board of Education Proceedings
January 13, 2020
The regular meeting of the Beaver Dam
Unified School District Board of Education was held on the above date at the
Educational Service Center. President,
Bev Beal-Loeck, called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Board members present:
Bev Beal-Loeck, Marge Jorgensen, John
Kraus, Jr., Laura Lerwick, Lisa Panzer,
Chad Prieve, Gary Spielman, and Joanne
Tyjeski. Board members absent: Tony
Klatt.
A group of Lincoln Elementary School students led in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Spielman moved, Jorgensen seconded,
to approve the minutes from the regular
meeting on December 9, 2019, as presented.
The motion was adopted by unanimous
vote.
Ms. Beal-Loeck welcomed visitors.
Jorgensen moved, Kraus seconded, to
adopt the agenda as presented.
The motion was adopted by unanimous
vote.
Ms. Bates, Lincoln Elementary School
Principal, presented the School of the
Month presentation for Lincoln Elementary
School. She shared the school theme for
the year, reviewed the school goals and
activities relating to the School Success
Plan, and highlighted school and PTO activities. Student Council representatives
reported on their activities and Random
Acts of Kindness efforts.
Ms. Pivonka, Director of Student Services,
presented a recommendation for space
availability for new open enrollment students for the 2020-21 school year. She
reviewed the space availability for regular education and explained there are no
spaces available for grades 10-12 due to
large class sizes and enrollment projections. She reported there is no space
available for new open enrollment special
education students due to caseload and
enrollment projections.
Kraus moved, Prieve seconded, to adopt
the space availability for new open enrollment applicants for the 2020-2021 school
year as presented.
The motion was adopted by unanimous
vote.
Mr. DiStefano, Superintendent, reported
on the status of the district strategic actions
(DSAs) relating to the Strategic Plan. He
reviewed the strategic plan structure and
explained the DSAs support the School
Success Plans and extends district-wide.
He reviewed each DSA and the progress
on each action.
Board members thanked Lincoln for their
presentation and hosting the board coffee chat along with their PTO’s Donuts
with Dudes event.
They recognized
Mrs. Sether, Lincoln Elementary Grade 3
Teacher, for being honored as the Teacher
of the Month by the Beaver Dam Area
Community Foundation, and all of the
crossing guards for their service. They
recognized students for their increased
level of activity in the community during
the holidays and thanked the teachers and
parents for their involvement.
Mr. DiStefano recognized teachers and
students as they go through testing and
end the first semester. He commended
the Middle School and High School staffs
for their work on the 8th grade transition
process. He acknowledged the Teacher
of the Month Program and thanked Ms.
Bates, Lincoln Elementary Principal, and
Ms. Klawitter, Jefferson Elementary Principal, for coordinating the award events
at their schools. He recognized the staffs
at South Beaver Dam and Jefferson Elementary schools for their conversations
as they plan for the transition to become
one school.
Ms. Jorgensen, Operations Committee
Chairperson, reported that the committee did not meet in December. The next
committee meeting is scheduled for January 27.
Ms. Lerwick, Teaching and Learning Committee Chairperson, reported the committee did not meet in December. The next
committee meeting is scheduled for January 20.
Mr. Prieve requested feedback or comments on the WASB 2020 resolutions.
The board authorized him to vote his conscience as he represents the board at the
Delegate Assembly.
Mr. Nault, Director of Human Resources,
recognized the retiring staff and thanked
them for their service.
Panzer moved, Spielman seconded, to approve the following retirements: Jane Loizzo-Library/Media Specialist-High School
(Retirement effective end of the 2019-20
school year); Darci Mosher-Speech/Language Pathologist-Washington Elementary School (Retirement effective end of
the 2019-20 school year); and Virginia
Hankes-Special Education Teacher-Middle
School (Retirement effective end of the
2019-20 school year)
The motion was adopted by unanimous
vote.
Panzer moved, Kraus seconded, to approve the following leave of absence: Anna
Brady-Phy. Ed. Teacher-Middle School
(Medical Leave 4/30/20-end of the 201920 school year).
The motion was adopted by unanimous
vote.
Panzer moved, Jorgensen seconded, to
approve the following appointments: Emily
Loberger-Grade 6 ELA Teacher-Middle
School (LTE 1/13/20-6/2/20) and Mihcal
McClelland-Grade 2 Teacher-Wilson Elementary School (LTE 1/15/20-6/2/20).
The motion was adopted by the following
vote: Aye - Jorgensen, Kraus, Lerwick,
Panzer, Prieve, Spielman, Tyjeski, and
Beal-Loeck. No-None.

Spielman moved, Jorgensen seconded,
to approve the payment of financial claims
(Voucher #348, #349, and #350) for ACH
File, Net Payroll, Payroll Taxes, WEA Trust
Advantage, Health Savings Account, Fidelity, Franklin, WEA TSA, Wisconsin Retirement System, Payroll Related Voucher,
District Insurance, and HRA for a total of
$3,370,971.38. (A listing of these vouchers can be found in the Accounts Payable
Check Register.)
The motion was adopted by the following
vote: Aye - Kraus, Lerwick, Panzer, Prieve,
Spielman, Tyjeski, Beal-Loeck, and Jorgensen. No-None.
Kraus moved, Jorgensen seconded, to adjourn the meeting.
The motion was adopted by unanimous
vote and the meeting was adjourned at
7:21 p.m.
/s/ Bev Beal-Loeck, President
/s/ Marge Jorgensen, Clerk
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STATE OF WISCONSIN
CIRCUIT COURT, DANE COUNTY
Small Claims
Publication Summons
And Notice
Case No. 20SC619
If you require reasonable accommodations
due to a disability to participate in the court
process, please call 266-4311 prior to the
scheduled court date. Please note that the
court does not provide transportation.
Plaintiff(s):
EUSTICE, LAFFEY, SEBRANEK & AUBY,
S.C.
100 Wilburn Road., Suite 202
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
vs
Defendant(s):
Kari L. Baker
416 York Street
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
Publication Summons and Notice of
Filing
TO THE PERSON(S) NAMED ABOVE AS
DEFENDANT(S)
You are being sued by the person(s)
named above as Plaintiff(s). A copy of the
claim has been sent to you at your address
as stated in the caption above.
The lawsuit will be heard in the following
Small Claims court:
Dane County Courthouse
Telephone Number of Clerk of Court:
608-266-4311
Courtroom/Room Number: 1000
Address: 215 S. Hamilton St
Madison, WI 53703-3285
on the following date and time
Date: March 9, 2020
Time: 9:00a.m.
If you do not attend the hearing, the
court may enter a judgment against
you in favor of the person(s) suing
you. A copy of the claim has been sent to
you at your address as stated in the caption above. 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.
You may have the option to Answer
without appearing in court on the court
date by filing a written Answer with the
clerk of court before the court date. You
must send a copy of your Answer to the
Plaintiff(s) named above at their address.
You may contact the clerk of court at the
telephone number above to determine if
there are other methods to answer a Small
Claims complaint in that county.
February 10, 2020
/s/ Electronically signed by Attorney
Kimberly P. Sebranek
Kimberly P Sebranek
Bar No. 1031923
Eustice, Laffey, Sebranek & Auby, SC
100 Wibum Rd., Ste. 202
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
608-837-7386
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Notice of Public Hearing
City of Fox Lake Comprehensive
Plan
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT the Common Council of the City of Fox Lake will
hold a public hearing on a proposed
amendment to the City of Fox Lake
Comprehensive Plan. The public hearing will be held on Wednesday, March
18, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council
Chambers located in the City Hall building at 248 E. State Street, Fox Lake,
Wisconsin.
The City of Fox Lake Comprehensive
Plan is a policy document that is used
by the Common Council of the City and
by the City Planning Commission as a
guide for making decisions regarding
land use and development in the City.
The plan contains background information and goals, objectives, policies and
recommendations addressing each of
the nine (9) plan elements required by
Wisconsin’s Comprehensive Planning
legislation.
Amendments are being proposed to Map
8-2, Future Land Use Map of the City of
Fox Lake Comprehensive Plan. The
map amendment is listed below and will
be available for review at the City of Fox
Lake City Hall building at 248 E. State
Street in Fox Lake. Residents are encouraged to review the plan amendment
and submit oral and/or written comments
prior to the public hearing.
Comprehensive Plan - Map 8-2, Future Land Use Map Amendment
1. City of Fox Lake Redevelopment
Authority (406 Wells Street)

LEGAL NOTICES
Parcel #226-1313-2533-061.
From: Single Family and Two Family
Residential
To: General Residential
For additional information regarding the
proposed amendment to the City of Fox
Lake Comprehensive Plan or to obtain
a copy of the plan amendment, contact
Dean Perlick at 920-928-2280 or cityadmin@cityoffoxlake.org.
City of Fox Lake
by Dean Perlick
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City of Fox Lake
Liquor License Application Notice
Notice is hereby given that the following application has been filed with
the undersigned, to be presented to
the Common Council of the City of Fox
Lake, for the sale of intoxicating liquor
beginning March 3, 2020 and ending
June 30, 2020. The address appearing
after the name of the applicant is the
location of the premise to be licensed.
Class B Retailers License for the sale
of fermented malt beverage and intoxicating liquor
Copper Tap LLC, 221 W. State Street
Chris Merkes agent
Notice is hereby given that on
Wednesday evening, March 4, 2020 at
6:30 p.m., the License Committee will
meet, in the Council Chambers, for a
public hearing on the above application
and that anyone wishing to speak for or
against the applicant will be given an opportunity to speak. Following the public
hearing, action will be taken to approve/
deny the license.
Susan B. Hollnagel
Municipal Clerk
City of Fox Lake
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ELECTION NOTICE
At the 2020 Spring Primary to be held on
Tuesday, February 18, 2020, in the Town
of Lowell, the following polling place location will be used for the wards indicated:
Location
Wards
LOWELL TOWN HALL
W8906 W. O’Sixteen Road
Reeseville, WI
Wards 1 - 4
THE POLLING PLACE WILL OPEN AT
7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00
P.M.
If you have any questions concerning your
polling place, contact the municipal clerk.
Susan L. Caine, Clerk
Town of Lowell
W8906 W. O’Sixteen Road
Reeseville, WI 53579
920/927-5787
This polling place is accessible to elderly and disabled voters.
Notice of Meeting of the Local Board of
Canvassers
At the close of voting on Election Day,
pursuant to the provisions of Wis.Stat.
§ 19.84, the Election Inspectors will
convene as the Local Canvassing Board
for the purpose of conducting the local
canvass pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 7.51.
This meeting will be open to the public
pursuant to Wis Stat. §§ 19.81-89.
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Beaver Dam Unified School District
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Teaching & Learning Committee of the
Board of Education will meet on February
17, 2020, at 5:30 p.m. at the Educational
Service Center, 705 McKinley Street, Beaver Dam, WI, to discuss the following:
1.4-year Old Kindergarten & Early Childhood Programming
2.Alternative Education Programming
(grades 6-12)
It is possible that members of and a possible quorum of members of other governmental bodies of the Beaver Dam School
Unified District may be in attendance at
the above noticed meeting to gather information. No action will be taken by any
governmental body at the above noticed
meeting other than the governmental body
specifically referred to above in this notice.
Upon request to the District Administrator,
submitted twenty-four (24) hours in advance, the District shall make reasonable
accommodation including the provision
of informational material in an alternative
format for a disabled person to be able to
attend this meeting.
Submitted by:
Marge Jorgensen
Board of Education Clerk
February 10, 2020
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NOTICE TOWN OF TRENTON
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
The Town of Trenton will hold the regular
monthly meeting on Monday February
17, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. at the Trenton Town
Hall, N10584 Jersey Road to take care if
the following agenda: Call to Order, Clerk’s
Minutes, Treasurer’s Report, Citizen Comments, Road Report, Meeting Notices,
Correspondence, Bills, Board may adjourn
to executive session to discuss personnel
matters and may reconvene to regular
session.
Emily Kamphuis
Clerk
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