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Sister Bay Village Hall committee to begin meeting this week

Work on the future iteration of the Sister Bay Village Hall will begin this week when a newly formed task force meets for the first time.

 

Sister Bay Village President Rob Zoschke will chair the committee with Village Trustee Don Cox, Village Administrator Julie Schmelzer, Village Clerk Heidi Teich, Sister Bay Director of Public Works Dan Klansky, citizens Kathleen Van Gemert and Doug Hansen, and residents Don Howard and Aretha Sills sitting in on the meeting. The debate over the 80-plus-year-old building began in July when the village’s plan commission floated the idea of removing the building, citing the high cost of renovating the building so it can better serve the community. Residents voiced their displeasure with the talk, saying it is a unique building with a storied past. It was ultimately decided in September to halt plans on tearing down the building and instead for a committee to research possible improvements to the village hall.

 

Over the next two years, the committee will be tasked with determining the best use of the Village Hall, the renovations needed to make the space work, and how to fund those changes.

 

The first meeting of the Village Hall Planning Task Force will take place over Zoom at 9 a.m. on January 11th.   

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