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City of Verona

Light up,
Verona
City activates 13th
stoplight, No. 14 on
Stoplights
the way New in 2017
Northern Lights at Hub-
JIM FEROLIE ble Road: Aug. 14
Verona Press editor
Paoli/Main streets:
Aug. 7
If you can remem-
ber when Verona was a PD/Northern Lights:
one-stoplight town, that July 31
doesnt make you old. Westridge/West End:
Less than 10 years ago, July
only three stoplights were Old PB/Whalen Road:
in Veronas city limits, and May
two of those at Cross
Country and County Hwy. Recent additions
M and at the Epic Lane
on-ramp to U.S. Hwy. 151 Nine Mound/Cross
Photo by Kimberly Wethal where West Verona Ave- Country: 2016
Kennedy Martinelli, 7, of Verona, builds a sand castle on the beach. nue ends were pretty Lincoln/East Verona

Beach Bash
new. A fourth wasnt in the Ave: 2015
city limits at the time but PB/M: 2015
is now on the other end
Inside of Verona Avenue, at Old Hometown Circle: 2014
PB. Enterprise/Verona:
More Beach Bash photos O n M o n d a y, Ve r o n a 2008
The 17th annual Beach Bash was held at Firemans Park on Wednesday, turned on its 13th stop- Epic Lane/U.S. 18-151:
Aug. 2. The event featured tug-of-war and sand castle-building competi- Page 8 light when it reopened 2005
tions, a dunk tank and on-land and water inflatables for kids to play on. South Main Street after
four months of construc- Older stoplights
tion and six weeks of full Cross Country/M: Early
New VAHS closure. 2000s
It activated the light
PB/Verona Avenue:

District considers turf for fields


at Northern Lights (the
1990s
Turn to Lights/Page 13 Main/Verona: 1960s

Athletic director, football 50 percent of its intramural sport-

coach worked with UW to Key factors for turf ing events because of wet or ruined

CDI puts Verona plans on hold


grounds before it recently installed
The following were identified as turf for those fields.
study best practices important decisions by Verona If were not using synthetic
Area School District officials who (fields), we would have to double the JIM FEROLIE build a $40 million build-
LAUREN THILL researched turf: amount of green space, Richardson Verona Press editor ing that could double its
Press correspondent said. workforce to nearly 300.
Setup: Use a company with previous Board member Russell King said Instead, the stem cell man-
experience that can do both the field The biggest fish Vero-
If the Verona Area school board he was concerned that the board had na reeled in this year has ufacturer a subsidiary of
decides to use turf for fields at the and the track not gone through a thorough enough Japans Fujifilm decided
dived back into the sea.
new high school, it has some informa- Padding: Get a G-Max rating of 165 conversation about the benefits of turf Cellular Dynamics to expand in place and not
tion to use. or below to ensure safety, must test versus grass fields. International announced grow so quickly, Mikorski
While that decision still hasnt been 100s of spots on field I want to be able to answer (con- July 27 it would be putting explained.
made, board members heard Monday Fill: Options are crumb rubber, eco cerned community members), Yes, its plans to expand into Theyre going to be
about the different options for turf fill or Nike fill we did our homework, we did our due Verona Technology Park renovating the facilities
that affect the two key factors: cost diligence, and figured out whats safe on hold, city administrator they have so they can stay
and safety. Fiber: Grass-like piece with differ- for the kids, King said. Jeff Mikorski confirmed to in their facility, he said.
Verona Area High School football ent kinds best for different sports; Superintendent Dean Gorrell clari- the Press. However, it could still
coach Dave Richardson and athletic options are mono, blend or slit film fied that the board still can make that Several regional news be just delaying their
director Mark Kryka explained the decision between the two, but said outlets reported the news timeline, he added.
different components of artificial turf One of the key considerations in architects are initially planning for that day. They did say that next
and several crucial lessons they have using turf versus grass, at least for turf at least in the football stadium. Verona had agreed in year they will be re-eval-
learned from the experiences of others the playing fields, is the amount That would save practice space, April to provide $6 mil- uating their plans to
using turf, including the University of of effort that goes into upkeep for Richardson explained, because they lion in incentives to bring
Wisconsin and districts like Middle- grass. Richardson said the UW Rec- CDI from Madison and Turn to CDI/Page 12
ton-Cross Plains and Waunakee. reation Department had to cancel Turn to Turf/Page 5

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City of Verona
VAHSs Knoll running
Verona near $2.7 billion value for county board
JIM FEROLIE H ow eve r, t h a t s o n l y
Verona Press editor Tax base half the citys total of com-
mercial growth, and there
SCOTT GIRARD
Unified Newspaper Group
veteran, runs the high
schools Model UN team
The City of Verona is Year Value Growth Pct. was new construction in and helped start the
worth twice as much as it 2017 $2,670 $296 12 all real-estate categories. A Verona Area High VAHSAid student pro-
was before the Great Reces- Verona added $24.6 million School social studies gram, which raises mon-
2016 $2,374 $280 10 teacher will run for Dane ey and supplies for peo-
sion. And it added more in new housing construc-
value to its total over the 2015 $2,093 $126 6.4 tion (with property val- County Board in the ple in poverty in Dane
past year than ever before, 2014 $1,967 $282 16.8 ues increasing $78 million April election. County and those affect-
nearly $300 million. overall) and $3 million in Jason Knoll, who has ed by the Syrian refugee
2013 $1,685 $104 6.6 taught at VAHS since crisis.
That bumped the citys manufacturing. And as city
total value to $2.67 billion. 2012 $1,580 $14 .9 administrator Jeff Mikor- 2002, He said hes been real-
It was $1.35 billion in 2008. ski noted in an email to announced ly impressed with recent
2011 $1,566 $38 2.5 his candi- initiatives at the county
A good chunk of the the Press, new commercial
2010 $1,528 $48 3.1 additions include the Hyatt dacy for level, especially a lot of
increase is rising property
values all over Dane Coun- 2009 $1,480 $135 10 Place hotel (assessed at the Dis- really cool things from
ty, according to the states nearly $14 million), Scenic trict 32 the executives office like
millions seat with a the Access to Opportuni-
Equalized Values Report, Ridge Apartments, Guss
released Friday, Aug. 4. Diner, Rainbow Child Care, Facebook ty program and action on
But its also continuing S h e r w i n - Wi l l i a m s a n d page creat- climate change.
Knoll
its unusually high pre-re- spending it is allowed under current rates. Fisher King Winery. ed July 29. Given my interests
cession growth rate, at 8 state law. Though the city Sun Prairie, not grow- We appreciate the busi- This in trying to help people
percent net new construc- in 2017 increased its spend- ing as quickly as it had a nesses and developers that was just kind of the next and provide services for
tion which is the growth ing by more than $2 million decade ago, increased to have built in the city and step for me as far as try- them, I thought Dane
rate when property value while cutting taxes (because $2.98 billion. Middleton continue to grow in the ing to help people and County was a really good
increases are factored out. of 10 percent growth and remains farther ahead, at city, he wrote. make my community and place to start, he said.
Verona kept its title of the closure of the Epic $3.36 billion. Released each year in the world a better place, Knoll hopes to use
fastest-growing municipali- tax-increment financing The biggest reason for mid-August, the Equalized Knoll told the Press. the next eight months to
ty in the county. The county district), it still has some Verona surpassing other Values Report calculates The current supervi- give myself an oppor-
averaged 3 percent overall catching up to do and some Dane County suburbs, of the value, adjusted for the sor in that district, Mike tunity to talk to as
new construction this year, high-ticket spending items, course, is health care soft- market conditions, of prop- Willett, served on the many people as possi-
and Veronas $179 million such as sharing the cost of ware vendor Epic, which is erties as of Jan. 1 of that board from 2004-2012 ble between now and the
was more than 11 percent a third ambulance and crew putting the finishing touch- year. Those numbers are before he was defeated election.
of the countys $1.6 billion with Fitchburg. es on its fourth multi-build- used to help determine tax in April 2012. He was The 2018 spring elec-
added. Ve r o n a h a s n t q u i t e ing office campus and is revenue and, by extension, elected again in 2014 and tion is April 3.
That will be good news caught up with its eastern in the midst of its fifth. Its tax rates. re-elected in 2016.
for city leaders when they neighbor in total value, but assessed value is close to Wi l l e t t w a s a m o n g Contact Scott Girard at
come around to budget sea- its getting close. Fitchburg, $1 billion and growing, Email Verona Press editor a bloc of conservative ungreporter@wcinet.com
son, because net new con- with more than double the and progress on Campus 4 Jim Ferolie at verona- supervisors that delayed and follow him on Twitter
struction is the number used population, hit $2.96 mil- and Campus 5 amounted to press@wcinet.com. annual borrowing to @sgirard9.
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surpass it in two years at assessed construction. sion in 2011. EMERALD INVESTMENTS
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Discussion focuses on how would be a good idea. salaries. That did not leave enough

to use salary to bring in


The board had its first black mem-
ber in Derrell Connor, who was elect-
time to make any significant change
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A brief discussion among Verona re-elected this spring, said they were sation to the president, treasurer and STOP IN
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their salaries Monday turned into a when they joined. Superintendent Dean Gorrell had
look at who generally runs for their This isnt something you under- proposed to even out salaries but add
positions. take because of the compensation, a $40 stipend for each non-regular
The only people that serve are Stier Christensen said. committee meeting, like an ad hoc
people privileged to be able to serve But, she added, she understands committee meeting or referendum-re-
with or without pay, said Amy that the compensation is needed more lated design meeting. But board mem-
Almond, who has been on the board by some than others for their time, bers indicated they were against that
for a decade. My greatest concern is whether it covers transportation or idea, as they wanted to be financial-
we dont have a diverse enough group child care or some other expense ly responsible to our constituents, as FREE GIFT with every
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an exercise in preaching to the effect. Not only has the epithet of government and inform the
choir. But even choir members fake news entered our com- people. Only a free and unre-
need preaching to from time to mon parlance; there have been strained press can expose decep-
time as a way of reminding them open attacks on journalists them- tion in government.
of essential values never to be selves. Perhaps the most egre- Black understood what Huck-
sacrificed. One of these values is gious of these occurred in May abee Sanders does not: the pur-
the freedom of the press, a value in Montana when a candidate pose of responsible journalism is
Thursday, August 10 Vol. 53, No. 12 so central to our democracy that for U.S. Congress physically to serve the governed rather than
USPS No. 658-320 it is among assaulted a reporter who asked a those who govern.
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General Manager Circulation bring to their defense of the centrating on the negative stories on Capitol Hill, or here in the
Lee Borkowski Carolyn Schultz Second. they were finding rather than on chambers of our own City Hall
lborkowski@wcinet.com ungcirculation@wcinet.com The trend I find most alarming the positive press releases the are the eyes and ears of the pub-
Sales Manager News is that the threat to journalism administration had been issuing. lic. They are there as our eyes
Jim Ferolie today is coming from the top. Huckabee Sanders needs a and ears because we cannot be
Kathy Neumeister The current occupant of the lesson in civics. So do the rest of everywhere and because we need
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Sports jaw set against the news media is the reminder that reporters are need to be responsibly informed
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ungclassified@wcinet.com ers will recall Richard Nixons insofar as it safeguards the members of the news media
Reporters
Inside Sales enemies list, which included freedom of the press, is in place being blasted as dishonest pur-
Samantha Christian, Bill Livick,
Monica Morgan journalists, and former Vice because a free and responsible veyors of fake news, understand
Anthony Iozzo, Amber Levenhagen, President Spiro Agnews line press is essential to our democ- their proper role and picture
insidesales@wcinet.com Scott De Laruelle, Helu Wang about nattering nabobs of neg- racy and not detrimental to it. them as men and women on the
ativism. A Supreme Court opinion front line of democracy and as
Unified Newspaper Group, a division of But the current Chief Exec- by Justice Hugo L. Black gets first responders in the cause of
Woodward Communications,Inc. utive is trafficking in more at the matter in a way worth the American ideal of responsive
A dynamic, employee-owned media company than hateful list-making and remembering. In 1971 the Court and responsible government.
Good People. Real Solutions. Shared Results. clever alliteration. His rants heard arguments in a case called It is in our self-interest as
Printed by Woodward Printing Services Platteville against journalists strike me The New York Times Co. v citizens to champion the report-
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in terms that make them out to so-called Pentagon Papers. The of elected and appointed offi-
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He repeatedly hurls the epithet materials that revealed govern- defenders of it.
One Year in Dane Co. & Rock Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37 fake news in lieu of making mental secrecy and deception.
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New VAHS

Subcontractor selection could affect schedule


would have the district put out a the end of the day, the district The three board members who confident in the necessity of
Board considers non- scope of work and subcontractors reaps the benefit of everybody spoke about the information all self-perform work by Findorff,
traditional-bid option for would respond by a deadline with really sharpening their thinking. spoke in favor of at least some depending on which service it
the lowest price they could do the Whats the best way to do this Design Assist work, especially would cover.
some work work for. Most often, the lowest long-term? Thats really the ulti- because of the timeline. Youve hired them to drive
bid is selected. mate goal. I would make all my decisions that schedule, regardless of who
SCOTT GIRARD But the bidding process cannot An owners representative the based largely on scheduling, said is performing those specific trade
Unified Newspaper Group begin until documents are final- district has hired to oversee the Tom Duerst. I feel much more works, he said. I would look
ized, likely to be next June. For process and advocate for the dis- comfortable now. at each piece and say there are
The Verona Area School Dis- some of the key infrastructure trict, Mike Huffman, told the District maintenance staff also some areas where we really need
trict is considering a process other for the project, that could put the board he is a pretty big propo- supported the idea. to push this to the competitive
than the traditional bid system for completion date in summer 2020 nent of Design Assist for certain The more eyes on HVAC, market, and there are some areas
selecting subcontractors to work in jeopardy, the Findorff repre- facets of a project. plumbing, all that stuff, of the where we say theres just too
on the new high school. sentatives said. Certainly when it comes to people in the field that work with much risk.
Representatives from Find- The Design Assist method highly technical features, said it and see it everyday would be The board decided to wait to
orff, the construction manager on would instead allow them to put Huffman. I think theres a lot of a great help, said building and vote on the matter until later this
the project, told board members out a request for proposals from positives for that for the owner. grounds supervisor Ken Kietzke. month, when it can be more cer-
Monday about an option called subcontractors this fall. The sub- Findorff project manager Aaron The support for another idea tain of what parts of the project
Design Assist for work like contractors selected by the Zutz emphasized that while there that would avoid the bidding pro- to consider for Design Assist or
HVAC or plumbing, as well as district would then come on are some misconceptions that cess had less support. Findorff having Findorff perform. A vote
the opportunity to have Findorff board to work directly with the the Design Assist process is not can perform some subcontract is expected at the Aug. 21 or 28
perform some of the subcontract- architects on the design of the competitive, it still requires sub- services including concrete, meeting.
ing work itself. Though there was building. contractors to submit proposals. It drywall, masonry and steel
no vote Monday, board members You get everybody togeth- can even save the district money itself, which the representatives Contact Scott Girard at ungre-
seemed to favor the alternative for er and you get the best possible if costs are below estimations, he said would help them plan ahead porter@wcinet.com and follow
at least some of the project. result, explained education mar- explained, as the district would to staff the project and control him on Twitter @sgirard9.
The traditional bidding process ket leader Abie Khatchadourian get those project savings rather the timeline of the project.
of Eppstein Uhen Architects. At than the subcontractor. B u t H u ff m a n w a s n o t a s

Photos by Scott Girard


Verona Area school board members Tom Duerst, above left, and Meredith Stier Christensen feel out a turf sample at Monday nights meeting, where high school athletic director Mark Kry-
ka and football coach Dave Richardson presented options if the board chooses to use turf in stadiums at the new high school.

Turf: High-quality turf pad could help prevent injuries, would come at higher cost
Continued from page 1 that she had the opportu- making it worth spending recommendations and is the a top-of-the-line turf pad, Further, different types of
nity to visit the Olympic more money on, Richard- safest possible surface for they could offset the cost turf are better for different
could use the main field Training Center in Colora- son said. athletics. in other areas, Richardson sports. For example, soccer
without worrying about dai- do Springs, which used arti- Weve got to be able to With the higher-level pads suggested. and other ball-on-ground
ly upkeep. ficial turf. Christensen said tell everybody, weve got the come potential cost concerns, Beyond safety concerns sports like lacrosse work
Board members empha- the fact Olympic athletes best-in-the-business pad, and but one upside to the pads is with the pad choice, other best on a fiber thats differ-
sized that efficiency needs used artificial turf, while thats what solves so many they should have around a considerations include the ent than football, where the
to be balanced with safety. most certainly wanting to issues with injuries and con- 20-year life cycle, meaning type of fiber on the turf ball is mainly in the air.
As a mom with a kid avoid injury, gave her some cussions, Richardson said. the district would not have the top layer that imitates The board is expected to
who is going to be playing peace of mind. There are ways to test a to replace the pad as much as grass the turfs drainage take action before Septem-
on these fields, safety is While artificial turf is turf s pad for its rebound the other parts of the turf. system and which installa- ber.
definitely my number one, made from several different levels to ensure it meets If the district chose to use tion company to choose.
board member Meredith parts, the most important in
Stier Christenson said. terms of preventing inju-
She told board members ries is the pad of the turf,

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Coming up Churches
All Saints Lutheran Church Sunday: 7:30 a.m., St. William,
Puppy play date play with the kids and accompanying for blood donors to help overcome a 2951 Chapel Valley Rd., Fitchburg Paoli
adults. To register, call 845-7180. summer blood shortage. Two blood (608) 276-7729 Sunday: 9 & 11 a.m., St. Andrew,
Dog Park Advocates will Present
a fundraiser, Puppy Play Date from Cardiopulmonary resuscitation donation events will be held 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16, at the
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Daily Mass, Tuesday-Saturday: 8
1-4 p.m Sunday, Aug.13 at Wisconsin workshop library and 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Sat- Sunday: 8:30 & 10:45 a.m. a.m., St. Andrew, Verona
Brewing Company, 1079 American urday, Aug. 26, at the Resurrection The Church in Fitchburg St. James Lutheran Church
Way. People can eat food and play Teenagers ages 14 to 19 can partici- Lutheran church, 6705 Wesner Rd. 2833 Raritan Rd., Fitchburg ELCA
games with their dogs. The event will pate a workshop featuring basic emer- Blood can be safely donated every (608) 271-2811 427 S. Main St., Verona
also provide opportunities to adopt gency technique-cardiopulmonary 56 days, and Power Red cells can be livelifetogether.com (608) 845-6922
resuscitation from 7:30-8:30 p.m. donated every 112 days. Donors who Sunday: 8 & 10:45 a.m. stjamesverona.org
dogs. Pastors Kurt M. Billings and Peter
For information, visit facebook. Tuesday, Aug.15, at the library. Pro- contribute through Aug.31 will get a Fitchburg Memorial UCC Narum
com/FitchburgDPA, or fitchburgdog- fessionals from the Fitch-Rona Emer- $5 gift card. 5705 Lacy Rd., Fitchburg Office Hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon-
park.com. gency Medical Services will share To make an appointment, visit red-
(608) 273-1008 day, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; 8
knowledge about how to work as a crossblood.org or call 800-733-2767. memorialucc.org a.m.-noon Wednesday
Senior case management first responder.
Interim Pastor Laura Crow
Sunday: 8:15 and 10 a.m.
Saturday Worship: 5 p.m.
Sunday Worship: 9 a.m.
Senior center case manager Becky To register, call 845-7180. Old country music
Good Shephard Lutheran Salem United Church of Christ
Losby will share information about Retirement welfare talk Old country music will be played Church ECLA 502 Mark Dr., Verona
Medicare, home care, housing assis- by Jim and Mary Hetzel at 12:30 p.m. (608) 271-6633 (608) 845-7315
tance and financial resources from 1-2 The senior center will host a free Friday Aug 18, at the senior center. Central: Raymond Road & Whitney salemchurchverona.org
p.m., Monday, Aug.14, at the library. educational series from 10-11:30 Lunch will be served at $5 at 11:45
Way, Madison Rev. Dr. Mark E. Yurs, Pastor
Sunday: 8:15, 9:30 & 10:45 a.m. Laura Kolden, Associate in Min-
For information, call Becky Losby a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16. Invest- a.m. West: Corner of Hwy. PD & Nine istry
at 845-7471. ment advisers will discuss topics on To reserve a spot, call 845-7471. Mound Road, Verona Sunday Worship: 9 a.m.
social security maximization, unlock- Sunday: 9 & 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m. Fellowship Hour: 10:15 a.m.
Kindermusik ing Medicare and estate planning. Adult coloring club Damascus Road Church West Springdale Lutheran Church
Kids ages 2-5 can participate in The series will continue on the third Adult can participate in a color club The Verona Senior Center ECLA
a demo music and movement class Wednesday of each month until Dec. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, Aug.21, at 108 Paoli St., Verona 2752 Town Hall Rd. (off Hwy ID),
9:30-10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug.15, at the 31. For information, call 845-7471. the library. Colored pencils and color-
(608) 819-6451 Mount Horeb
info@damascusroadchurch.com, (608) 437-3493
library. Professionals from the Musi- Blood donations ing pages will be provided. damascusroadonline.org springdalelutheran.org
cal Pathway Foundation will sing and For information, call 845-7180. Pastor Justin Burge Pastor Jeff Jacobs
The American Red Cross calls Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday: 8:45 a.m. with communion

Community calendar Memorial Baptist Church


201 S. Main St., Verona
Sugar River United Methodist
Church
(608) 845-7125 415 W. Verona Ave., Verona
Thursday, Aug. 10 Tuesday, Aug. 15 Friday, Aug. 18 MBCverona.org (608) 845-5855
1:30-3:05 p.m., Free Kids Movie: 9:30-10 a.m., Kindermusik, library, 10 a.m., Reading with Kiddos Lead Pastor Jeremy Scott sugar.river@sugarriverumc.org,
Sunday: 10:15 a.m. sugarriverumc.org
Boss Baby, library, 845-7180 845-7180 (repeats every Fridays), senior cen- Pastor Gary Holmes
2-3 p.m., Read It and Eat Kids 3:30-7:30 p.m., Verona Farmers ter, 845-7471 Redeemer Bible Fellowship 9 & 10:30 a.m. contemporary
Book Group: Hoot by Carl Hiaas- Market, Hometown Junction Park, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Chamber golf 130 N. Franklin St., Verona worship.
(608)848-1836 Sunday School available during
en (ages 9-12), library, 845-7180 facebook.com/veronamarket outing, Edelweiss Country club, redeemerbiblefellowship.org worship. Refreshments and fellow-
3 p.m., Veterans Club (repeats 6:30-7:30 p.m., Staying Vital 4764 W Edelweiss Rd., New Pastor Dwight R. Wise ship are between services.
second Thursdays), senior center, support group (registration request- Glarus, 845-5777 Sunday: 10 a.m. family worship
845-7471 ed; repeats every third Tuesday), 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., Old country West Madison Bible Church
Resurrection Lutheran Church 2920 Hwy. M, Verona
3 p.m., Vets movie: imitation senior center, 845-7471 music, senior center, 845-7471 WELS (608) 845-9518
game, senior center, 845-7471 7:30-8:30 p.m., Cardiopulmonary 5-8 p.m., Music on Main concert: 6705 Wesner Rd., Verona www.wmbiblechurch.org
resuscitation workshop, library, Derek Ramnarace, Hometown (608) 848-4965 Pastor Dan Kukasky Jr.
6:30-7:30 p.m., Paramedic pro- rlcverona.org Sunday Worship: 9:15 a.m.
gram introduction, library, 845-7180 845-7180 Junction Park, Main Street, verona- Pastor Nathan Strutz and Assistant Sunday School: 10:45 a.m.
wi.com Pastor Benjamin Phelps
Friday, Aug. 11 Wednesday, Aug. 16 Thursday: 6:30 p.m. Zwingli United Church of
10 a.m., Reading with Kiddos 10-11:35 a.m., Medicare talk Saturday, Aug. 19 Sunday: 9 a.m. Christ
(repeats every Fridays), senior cen- (repeats every third Wednesday), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Prairie Kitch- Hwy. 92 & G, Mount Vernon
senior center, 845-7471 en free community meal, BPNN, St. Christopher Catholic Parish (608) 832-6677
ter, 845-7471 St. Andrew Church Pastor Brad Brookins
11 a.m.- 4 p.m., Blood donations, bpnn.org 301 N. Main St., Verona Sunday: 10:15 a.m.
Sunday, Aug. 13 library, redcrossblood.org 1-3:30 p.m., Audition for The St. William Church
1-4 p.m., Puppy play date, Wis- 7-8:30 p.m., City of Verona offices, Donation, library, 845-7180 1371 Hwy. PB, Paoli Zwingli United Church of
consin Brewing Company, 1079 (608) 845-6613 Christ
111 Lincoln St., iceagetrail.org Monday, Aug. 21 stchristopherverona.com Hwy. 69 & PB, Paoli
American Way, facebook.com/Fitch- Fr. William Vernon, pastor (608)845-5641
burgDPA Thursday, Aug. 17 2:30-4:30 p.m., Open Art Studio, Saturday: 5 p.m., St. Andrew, Rev. Sara Thiessen
10-11:30 a.m., Fire safety presen- library, 845-7180 Verona Sunday: 9:30 a.m. family worship
Monday, Aug. 14
tation, senior center, 845-7471 6:30-8:30 p.m., Adult coloring
7 p.m., Common Council, Verona club, library, 845-7180
City Center, 845-6495 6-7 p.m., Evening Caregiver Sup-
port Group (repeats first and third Tuesday, Aug. 22
1-2 p.m., Senior case manage- Thursdays; refreshments 5:30-6
ment, library, 845-7471 p.m.), senior center, 845-7471 1 p.m., 3D Movie: The Lego
movie, senior center, 845-7471 Getting Our Lives in Order
I will instruct you and teach you in the way you
should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on
Whats on VHAT-98 you. Psalm 32:8 NIV
Thursday, Aug. 10 11 a.m. Verona 91-92 5 p.m. 2015 Wildcats 10 p.m. Social Security at If you are unhappy with your life, or with certain
7 a.m. Social Security at Boys Basketball Football Senior Center aspects of it and everyone has some area of their
Senior Center 1 p.m. 2015 Wildcats 7 p.m. Common Council 11 p.m. Home Safety at life that needs work perhaps it is because you
8 a.m.- Zumba Gold Football Live Senior Center have tried to manage it by yourself. It might relieve
9 a.m. Daily Exercise 4:30 p.m. Historical Society 9 p.m. Hindu Cultural Hour Thursday, Aug. 17 you to know that God has a better plan for your life
10 a.m. Home Safety at Meeting/Lustron Home 10 p.m. Social Security at 7 a.m. Social Security at than you do, and it takes a lot of the pressure off
Senior Center 6 p.m. Plan Commission Senior Center Senior Center ourselves when we decide to live by Gods plan. We
2 p.m. Zumba Gold from 8-07-17 11 p.m. Home Safety at 8 a.m. Zumba Gold arent responsible for our being here, since none of
3 p.m. Daily Exercise 9 p.m. Verona 91-92 Senior Center 9 a.m. Daily Exercise us created ourselves, and so it shouldnt surprise
4 p.m. Trippers Music at Boys Basketball Tuesday, Aug. 15 10 a.m. Home Safety at us to realize that our Creator already has a plan for
Senior Center 10 p.m. Historical Society 7 a.m. Social Security at Senior Center us. We should of course take some responsibility for
5 p.m. Harmonica Hour at Meeting/Lustron Home Senior Center 3 p.m. Daily Exercise our own well-being, striving to be as happy, healthy
Senior Center 11 p.m. Home Safety at 10 a.m. Zumba Gold 4 p.m. Trippers Music at and virtuous as possible, but putting the respon-
6 p.m. Salem Church Senior Center 9 a.m. Daily Exercise Senior Center
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at Senior Center 9 a.m. Resurrection Church 2 p.m. Zumba Gold 6 p.m. Salem Church engineer and director of our own lives. Many of us
8 p.m. Daily Exercise 10 a.m. Salem Church 3 p.m. Daily Exercise Service have lived poorly by following our own path and
9 p.m. Sound Factory at Service 4 p.m. Trippers Music at 7 p.m. Police Procedures need some help from God to get it together. Con-
Senior Center Noon Plan Commission Senior Center at Senior Center sider Gods word as a users manual for how to get
10 p.m. Historical Society from 8-07-17 5 p.m. Harmonica Hour at 8 p.m. Daily Exercise your life together. If youre not sure what God has
Meeting/Lustron Home 3 p.m. Verona 91-92 Senior Center 9 p.m. Sound Factory at planned for you, a good place to start in the Bible is
Friday, Aug. 11 Boys Basketball 6 p.m. Resurrection Senior Center the Book of Proverbs. It is filled with Godly wisdom
7 a.m. Trippers Music at 4:30 p.m. Historical Society Church 10 p.m. Historical Society for living a good life.
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4 p.m. Harmonica Hour at 10 p.m. Historical Society Meeting/Lustron Home AA Meeting, senior cen-
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Musician Casey Day and Le Jordan of the Verona Chamber of Commerce raffle off t-shirts at
Music on Main.

Music on Main
Casey and Greg played began this summer as a opened Monday, Aug. 7,
at the biweekly Music on way to attract people down- and there will be one more
Main event Friday, Aug. 4. town during the South Main concert Friday, Aug. 18.
The Friday night concerts Street closure. The road

Photos by Madeline Westberg


Musician Greg Matysik plays the ukulele and sings at Music on Main Aug. 4.

ON HIGHWAY 69N IN BELLEVILLE

From left, Deborah Zeinak, Susan Zerwick, Jim Zerwick and Paul Zeinak of Verona listen to
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Aug. 25 at Beloit Memorial 5 p.m. Aug. 16 at Stevens Point Invite 9 a.m. Aug. 23 at Burlington invite 1 p.m.
Aug. 31 at Madison Memorial 5 p.m. Aug. 17 Janesville Parker 4 p.m. Aug. 26 at Monroe invite 9 a.m.
Sept. 8 Madison West 5 p.m. Aug. 18-19 at Mad. Mem. Invite 12 p.m. Sept. 5 Janesville Parker 6:30 p.m.
Sept. 9 at Brookfield Invite 9 a.m. Aug. 22 at Beloit Memorial 4 p.m. Sept. 7 at Beloit Memorial 6:30 p.m.
5Sept. 1 Middleton 5 p.m. Aug. 24 at Madison Memorial 4 p.m Sept. 12 at Madison Memorial 6:30 p.m.
Sept. 16 at Waukesha Invite 12:45 p.m. Aug. 29 Madison West 4 p.m. Sept. 14 Madison West 6:30 p.m.
Sept. 19 at Mad. La Follette 5 p.m. Aug. 31 Middleton 4 p.m. Sept. 15-16 at UW-Oshkosh invite 3 p.m./9 a.m.
Sept. 23 at Sun Prairie Invite 9:30 a.m. Sept. 2 at Green Bay Invite 9 a.m. Sept. 19 Middleton 6:30 p.m.
Sept. 28 at Madison East 5 p.m. Sept. 7 at La Follette 4 p.m. Sept. 26 at La Follette 6:30 p.m.
5Oct. Sun Prairie 5 p.m. Sept. 12 at Madison East 4 p.m. Sept. 28 at Madison East 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 13 Janesville Craig 5 p.m. Sept. 14 Sun Prairie 4 p.m. Oct. 3 Sun Prairie 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 17 Janesville Parker 5 p.m Sept. 15-16 at Mad. Mem. Invite 9 a.m. 5
Oct. Janesville Craig 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 27 Conference (diving) 6 p.m. Sept. 19 Janesville Craig 4 p.m. Oct. 10 Stoughton 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 28 Conference 1 p.m. Sept. 27 Conference 9:30 a.m. Oct. 14 at Big Eight meet 8 a.m.
Nov. 4 Middleton sectional TBD Sept. 28 Conference 2 p.m.
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Home Talent League

Cavaliers upset in Western Section playoffs


ANTHONY IOZZO
Assistant sports editor

T h e Ve r o n a H o m e Ta l e n t
team finished 13-3 in the West-
ern Section this season, earn-
ing a No. 3 seed, but records
were thrown out in the Sunday
League playoffs and the Cava-
liers fell 4-3 to No. 6 Argyle.
I t wa s a t o u g h e n d i n g t o
another double-digit win sea-
son, but Verona is still alive
in the Thursday Night League
playoffs,
earning
a Central Whats
Section title
with a 7-0 next
win over
Stoughton Verona hosts
Thursday. Fort Atkinson at
The Cav-
aliers (9-1) 7p.m. Thursday
h o s t F o r t in the opening
Atkinson, round of the
which took Thursday Night
third in
the East
League playoffs.
Section,
at 7p.m.
Thursday at Stampfl Field. The
winner will take on the winner
of Jefferson/Cross Plains on
Aug. 17.
Argyle 4, Verona 3
The Beavers came back from
a three-run deficit Sunday to
advance to the Western Section
semifinals in a 4-3 win over
Verona. Photo by Mary Langenfeld
The game was tied 3-3 in the Argyles Alec Treuthard scores the teams winning run during the ninth inning as Verona catcher Derek Murphy applies a late tag. Argyle defeated
ninth when Alec Truthard scored Verona 4-3.
the game-winning run on a close
play at the plate.
Kyle Nelson took the loss. committed three errors. Kris Reider pitched 1/3 of an Sunday. Horeb/Pine Bluff, at No. 5 West
He allowed four runs on four Hogan Edwards went four inning. The other Western Section Middleton, which defeated No.
hits and struck out seven in innings for Argyle, and Ryan A rg y l e h o s t s N o . 7 D o d - semifinal pits No. 8 Hollandale, 4 Ridgeway.
nine innings. The Cavaliers Erickson pitched 4 2/3 innings. geville, which upset Wiota 8-3 which upset top-seeded Mount

Golf
Shorter ties for 11th at Morgan Stanley Championship, finishes 25th in Player of the Year race
Ve r o n a A r e a H i g h tournament with a 149
School senior Lauren (73-76).
Shorter continued the sum- Cavaiani leads the Play-
mer Wisconsin Junior PGA er of the Year leaderboard
golf season, tying for 11th with 1,514.5 points. Short-
place at the Morgan Stan- er is 25th with 336.25
ley Championship July points.
30-31.
Shorter shot a 169 SentryWorld Classic
(87-82) at The Bog Golf Shorter closed her sum-
Course in Saukville to fin- mer season with an 89 at
ish tied with Maggie War- the SentryWorld Classic to
ner (Lakewood), Isabelle finish tied for 21st.
Maleki (Mequon) and
Rachel Kauflin (Wauwato- - Anthony Iozzo
sa).
Abby Cavaiani won the

Whats next
Lauren Shorter returns to the Verona Area High School
girls varsity golf team this fall.
The Wildcats first meet is at 8:30 a.m. Thursday at
Edelweiss Golf Course.
Madison Edgewood, Fort Atkinson, Janesville Craig,
Janesville Parker, Jefferson, Lakeside Lutheran, Madison
West, McFarland, Middleton, Milton, Mount Horeb, Ore-
gon, Stoughton, Sun Prairie and Waunakee will be com-
peting with Verona.
File photo by Anthony Iozzo
Junior Lauren Shorter, pictured teeing off in the WIAA Division 1 state meet last October at University Ridge Golf Course, A season preview will be in next weeks paper.
finished tied for 11th at the Morgan Stanley Championship July 30-31. Shorter finished 25th in the race for Player of the
Year with 336.25 points.
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Art Cart Extra
HELU WANG July 29 at Veterans Park.
Unified Newspaper Group Kids ages three and above
are welcome to drop in and
Kids ages 3 and old- work on some free art proj-
er participated in Art Cart ects led by experienced art
Extra, a group art activity, teachers. All kids must be
at Veterans Park. Art teach- accompanied by an adult.
ers from Madison guided Art Cart Extra, a free out-
them to work on art projects door art programs provide
including painting, knitting art instructions at parks,
and photography. playgrounds and beaches
Art Cart Extra, a group in Dane County during the
art activity, will be held summer.
from 2-4p.m. Saturday, Contact Helu Wang at helu.
wang@wcinet.com.

Photos by Helu Wang


Vinaya Bahls, 2, works with her mother, Magdalena Wijaya, on a painting project.

Kirana Bahls, 9, finds its easier to knit with her toes at the
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held at the Administration Building, 700 North Main Street in Verona, on the 21st day of
August, 2017, immediately following the Budget Hearing, which begins at 6:00 PM.
Dated this 10th day of August, 2017.
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tial and kinetic energy. Veronas camp was June 12-16 at Glacier Edge Elementary School. Verona Area School District
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CDI: Verona site remains one of the preferred options for future expansion
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determine if they will move


forward with the project,
Mikorski said. I think right
now theyre determining
how fast they need to grow.
Were optimistically hope-
ful that theyll re-evaluate and
start the project next year.
CDI president Kaz Hirao
told the Wisconsin State
Journal last month its head-
quarters and labs will stay at
University Research Park and
it will remodel an existing
building.
Fujifilm (CDIs parent
company) has a very strong
commitment and wants to see
(the) Madison (site) grow in
the future. Strategy-wise, that
has not changed, Hirao told
the State Journal. Madison
has a great ecosystem for our
businesses.
He told the State Journal
that if the company does con-
solidate its facilities next year,
the Verona site would be one
of the preferred options.
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former Nine Mound Road)


and County PD on July 31.
The West End Circle-West
Verona Avenue light got
activated in mid-July, and
the city turned on the new
Whalen Road-Old PB light
in May.
No. 14, at Hubble Road
and Northern Lights on the
Epic campus, is expected to
be activated next week.
The lights have been going
up quickly in recent years.
Verona added one in 2016
(Nine Mound at Cross Coun-
try) two in 2015 (Lincoln
Street at East Verona Avenue
and County Hwys. PB and
M) and one in 2014 (Home-
town Circle at East Verona
Avenue).
Thats nine of 14 stoplights
in the past three years, and
there might be more coming.
Next year, the city is like-
ly to add a light at Liberty
Drive/Thousand Oaks Trail
and County Hwy. M, where
Liberty Business Park and
Verona Technology Park
have been adding businesses
recently.
Eventually, the city might
add one at Whalen Road and
County M and possibly east
of Verona Technology Park,
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Obituary
Robert J. Cooney He was born on Feb. 23, home with his roommate. everyone he met. Rob part- parents, Robert and Janice from 1p.m. until the time
1990 in Madison, the son of Rob was fortunate to nered with Dr. Ann Behr- Cooney; grandparents, John of service.
Robert and Janice (McMa- have meaningful work. man and Dr. James Bigham and Lorna McMahon; sis- In lieu of flowers, memo-
hon) Cooney Sr. Rob went He was supported in these for his medical care. Many ter, Katie Cooney; uncles, rials may be made to Com-
t o t h e Wa i s m a n E a r l y efforts by the staff at Wis- specialists at UWHC partic- Thomas Cooney, Philip munity Living Connections
Childhood Center in Madi- consin Opportunity in Rural ipated in his care over the (Tracye Ebeling) Cooney, of Madison in Robs name.
son. He attended and grad- Communities. Rob was years, and we are forever John (Cheri) McMahon and I have just three things to
uated school in his home- very social and active in the grateful for their service. A James (Lisa) McMahon; teach: simplicity, patience,
town of Verona. He gradu- community, and loved to special thanks to Heidi Ros- aunts, Jane (John) Pfeil and compassion. These three
ated from Verona Area High volunteer. Staff from Cre- siter and the Family Sup- Julie (Jack) Wilz; and other are your greatest treasures.
Schools program for peo- ative Community Access port and Resource Center. family and friends. Lao Tzu
ple with disabilities. accompanied him on these Rob had a large extend- He was preceded in death To view and sign this
Rob lived an independent ventures. ed circle of people over by his grandparents, Dr. guestbook, please visit
life, residing at his own Rob had cerebral palsy the years who were part Robert and Judith Cooney. ryanfuneralservice.com.
Robert Cooney home on Old Sauk Road due to his premature birth. of his life. It is impossible A Memorial Service will Ryan Funeral Home
in Madison. He was very Despite his physical chal- to list each individual, but be held at 3p.m. Friday, & Cremation Services
proud of his home, and lenges, Rob met life with we thank them for making Aug. 11, 2017, at Ryan Verona Chapel
Robert J. Rob Cooney described it as his happy positivity and enthusiasm Robs life complete. Our funeral home, 220 Enter- 220 Enterprise Drive
Jr., age 27, passed away at place. Community Living on a daily basis. His smile lives will always be inter- prise Dr, Verona, with 608-845-6625
his home in Madison on Connections provided sup- and laugh were contagious twined with them. Chaplain Tom Drury pre-
Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. port for Rob to live in his and he shared them with Rob is survived by his siding. Visitation will be

VERONA AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

GENERAL FUND
BUDGET PUBLICATION 2017-2018
Audited
2015-16
Unaudited
2016-2017
Budget
2017-2018
POLICE REPORTS
Beginning Fund Balance 8,381,730 8,924,362 19,712,043 Reports taken from the log 4:34 p.m.: Police respond- a 52-year-old man sleeping
Ending Fund Balance 8,924,362 19,712,043 19,712,043 book at the Verona Police De- ed to multiple reports in the in his vehicle in the Park and
REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Transfers-In (Source 100) 12,270 0 0
partment. Prairie Heights Drive and Ride off of Hwy PB. The man
Local Sources (Source 200) 33,536,301 45,084,193 36,540,751 County Hwy. M area that in- had been sleeping there at
Inter-district Payments (Source 300 + 400) 1,627,787 1,378,321 1,379,086 June 11 cluded a father punching his 8:45 a.m. that day. The man
Intermediate Sources (Source 500) 0 0 0 9:26 p.m.: A man called son in a minivan, two males told police that he was home-
State Sources (Source 600) 24,758,747 27,069,868 26,806,420 to report that another driver jumping on vehicles and a less and had nowhere else to
Federal Sources (Source 700)
All Other Sources (Source 800 + 900)
1,111,995
106,403
1,141,682
335,917
1,105,168
37,652
who was upset with his driv- boy running into traffic who go. Police told the man that
TOTAL REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 61,153,503 75,009,981 65,869,077 ing had followed him into the might be suicidal. Upon ar- he was not to use the Park
EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES Kwik Trip off of Hwy PB and riving at the scene, police and Ride as a place to sleep.
Instruction (Function 100 000) 32,739,848 31,932,975 33,547,121 had thrown ice at his vehicle spoke with one of the callers, 4:11 p.m.: An elderly
Support Services (Function 200 000)
Non-Program Transactions (Function 400 000)
17,824,828
10,046,195
22,245,435
10,043,890
21,018,822
11,303,134
while he was in the store. the mother to a boy who was woman on the 1000 block of
TOTAL EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES 60,610,871 64,222,300 65,869,077 acting suicidal. The boy was Enterprise Drive complained
June 12 taken into protective custody about noise coming from a
SPECIAL PROJECTS FUND
Audited Unaudited Budget 12:09 a.m.: Police heard a and transported to St. Marys 3 and foot long remote
Beginning Fund Balance
2015-16
290,754
2016-2017
427,592
2017-2018
442,990
20-year-old man screaming Hospital with his mother. control boat that was being
Ending Fund Balance 427,592 442,990 458,734 at Badger Prairie Park. The driven in the pond behind her
REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 10,431,380 9,967,213 10,191,475 man told officers he had let June 15 residence.
EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES 10,294,542 9,951,815 10,175,731 out screams to vent some 11:07 a.m.: A public
frustration he had been hav- works employee witnessed June 19
DEBT SERVICE FUND (30)
Audited
2015-16
Unaudited
2016-2017
Budget
2017-2018
ing and because he had lost a 37-year-old Verona man 12:29 a.m.: A juvenile was
Beginning Fund Balance 4,099,461 1,235,480 1,103,122 his longboard. Police helped walking in the fountain on arrested for his first OWI with
Ending Fund Balance 1,235,480 1,103,122 1,103,122 the man search for his long- the 300 block of Main Street, a Restricted Controlled Sub-
REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 12,172,284 13,691,171 15,073,962 board and it was found. which would have to be stance after being stopped on
EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES 15,036,265 13,823,529 15,073,962
drained and cleaned as a re- the corner of N Main Street
June 14 sult because of the dirt and and Ineichen Drive for speed-
12:05 a.m.: An 18-year- mulch inside it. The man ad-
Audited Unaudited Budget
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 2015-16 2016-2017 2017-2018 ing. The juvenile admitted
Beginning Fund Balance 639,276 642,018 646,460 old Madison man was cited mitted to dipping dying plants being high on marijuana, and
Ending Fund Balance 642,018 646,460 80,973,375 for marijuana and drug par- in the fountain and replanting loose marijuana and other
REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES
8,356,827
8,354,085
527,922
523,480
90,228,315
9,901,400
aphernalia possession after them so they would survive. drug paraphernalia was con-
being stopped on the corner fiscated from the vehicle.
Audited Unaudited Budget of East Verona Avenue and June 18
FOOD SERVICE FUND 2015-16 2016-2017 2017-2018 Lincoln Street. 2:28 p.m.: Police observed Kimberly Wethal
Beginning Fund Balance 188,345 267,406 340,272
Ending Fund Balance 267,406 340,272 340,272

Legals
REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 2,219,600 2,252,627 2,369,387
EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES 2,140,539 2,179,761 2,369,387

Fund 80 Community Service Fund - This fund is used to account for such activities as adult education, community OFFICIAL NOTICE fications to 3 site lighting fixtures and as- velopment Prevailing Wage Rates are no
sociated electrical work, erosion control, longer enforced on locally funded public
recreation programs such as evening/weekend natatorium operation, community theatre, day care services, and other TO BIDDERS restoration, and traffic control at three works projects. Prevailing wage rates will
programs which are not elementary and secondary educational programs but have the primary function of serving the CITY PARKING LOT separate parking lot locations within the only apply to state agency and federal
community. Expenditures for these activities, including cost allocations for salaries, benefits, travel, purchased services, RECONSTRUCTION City of Verona, Dane County, Wisconsin. highway projects.
TIME AND PLACE OF BID OPENING: BID SECURITY: Bid Security in the
etc. are included in this fund to the extent feasible. The district is budgeting $319,634 for natatorium operation and CITY OF VERONA, Sealed Bids will be received until 10:00 amount of not less than 5% or more than
$92,319 community education services for 2017-18. WISCONSIN a.m., Local Time on the 22thday of Au- 10% of the Bid shall accompany each Bid
OWNER: The City of Verona, Wis- gust 2017 in the office of the Director in accordance with the Instructions to
Audited Unaudited Budget
COMMUNITY SERVICE FUND consin hereby gives notice that sealed of Public Works, 410 Investment Court, Bidders.
2015-16 2016-2017 2017-2018 unit price Bids will be received for the Verona, Wisconsin. After the official Bid CONTRACT SECURITY: The Bidder
Beginning Fund Balance 42,053 16,797 29,960 reconstruction of the Senior Center closing time, the Bids will be publicly to whom a Contract is awarded shall fur-
16,797 29,960 29,960 Parking Lot, Old Library Parking Lot, opened and read aloud. nish a Performance Bond and a Payment
Ending Fund Balance and the current Library Parking Lot and BIDDING DOCUMENTS: The Bidding Bond each in an amount equal to the
REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 408,330 434,131 419,848 main entrance terrace, owned by the City. Documents are on file for review at the Contract Price.
EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES 433,586 420,968 419,848 The major work consists of the following office of the City Clerk, City Hall, Verona, BID REJECTION/ACCEPTANCE:
items: The Work of this Contract entails Wisconsin, and the offices of AECOM, OWNER reserves the right to reject any
the reconstruction of City owned parking 1350 Deming Way, Suite 100, Middleton, and all Bids, waive informalities in bid-
Audited Unaudited Budget lots, more specifically: the Public Library, WI53562. ding or to accept the Bid or Bids, which
PACKAGE & COOPERATIVE PROGRAM FUND 2015-16 2016-2017 2017-2018 Old Library, and Senior Center, all in the Copies of the Bidding Documents best serve the interests of OWNER.
City of Verona, Dane County, Wiscon- are available at www.questcdn.com. BID WITHDRAWAL: No Bid shall be
Beginning Fund Balance 0 0 0 sin. Major items of work shall consist of Bidders may download the digital Plan withdrawn for a period of 60 days after
Ending Fund Balance 0 0 0 11,425 SY of pulverized asphalt, 1,600 Documents for $15.00 non-refundable the opening of Bids without consent of
LF of curb and gutter removal, 360 SY payment by inputting Quest Project OWNER.
REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 0 0 0 sidewalk removal, 320 LF 12-in RCP CLIII #5288604 on the websites project search Published by authority of the City of
EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES 0 0 0 storm sewer, 6-48-in dia. Storm man- page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at Verona, Wisconsin.
holes, 1,500 LF 18-in curb and gutter, 200 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for By:
LF mountable curb and gutter, 70 LF 30-in assistance in free membership registra- Jon H. Hochkammer, Mayor
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND OTHER FINANCING USES curb and gutter, 2,500 SF of 5-in concrete tion, downloading, and working with the Ellen Clark, Clerk
Audited Unaudited Budget sidewalk, 280 square yards of concrete digital project information. No paper plan AECOM
ALL FUNDS pavement, 1,615 TON of 1-1/4-in crushed documents will be provided. Middleton, Wisconsin
2015-16 2016-2017 2017-2018
aggregate base course, 80 TON of -in LEGAL PROVISIONS: The Contract Project No. 60537247
GROSS TOTAL EXPENDITURES -- ALL FUNDS 96,869,888 91,121,853 103,809,405 Crushed aggregate base course, 800 letting shall be subject to the provisions Published: August 3 & 10, 2017
Interfund Transfers (Source 100) - ALL FUNDS 9,305,741 8,853,751 8,776,651 TON 12.5 mm asphaltic base course, 800 of Sections62.15, 66.0901, 66.0903, and WNAXLP
TON 12.5 mm asphaltic surface, course, 779.15 of the Wisconsin Statutes.
Refinancing Expenditures (FUND 30) 5,875,000 0 0 765 square feet of paver installation, 50 WAGE RATES: As of January 1, ***
NET TOTAL EXPENDITURES -- ALL FUNDS 81,689,147 82,268,102 95,032,754 square yards of sod, landscaping, modi- 2017, the Department of Workforce De-
PERCENTAGE INCREASE NET TOTAL FUND
EXPENDITURES FROM PRIOR YEAR 0.19% 0.71% 15.52%
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402 Help Wanted, General 652 Garage Sales 750 Storage Spaces For Rent RASCHEIN PROPERTY 883 Wanted: RENT SKIDLOADERS
MINI-EXCAVATORS
FITCHBURG- 2416 West Hill Dr Aug STORAGE Residential Property TELE-HANDLER
CHOIR DIRECTOR: Salem United 11& 12 Fri 8am-4pm & Sat 8am-1pm. ALL SEASONS SELF STORAGE 6x10 thru 10x25
Market Street/Burr Oak Street WE BUY Homes any condition. Close and these attachments. Concrete breaker,
Church of Christ, Verona, WI. Be part HUGE BARGAIN HUNTER'S GARAGE 10X10 10X15 10X20 10X30 posthole auger, landscape rake, concrete
of a talented music leadership team in Oregon quickly. Joe 608-618-1521 jssrealestate@
SALE- Over 50 years of stuff being sold. Security Lights-24/7 access tds.net bucket, pallet forks, trencher, rock hound,
at Salem where music is an integral BRAND NEW Call 608-520-0240
Treasures for everyone! Two garages full. broom, teleboom, stump grinder.
part of the congregational worship Barware, audio equipment, tools, lawn & OREGON/BROOKLYN FRENCHTOWN 970 Horses By the day, week, or month.
experience! Part-time position to garden, collectibles, etc. Help us clear Credit Cards Accepted SELF-STORAGE Carter & Gruenewald Co.
rehearse the church's adult choir and things out. Rain or Shine. CALL (608)444-2900 Only 6 miles South of WALMERS TACK SHOP 4417 Hwy 92 , Brooklyn, WI, 608-455-2411
men's choir on Wednesday nights Verona on Hwy PB. 16379 W. Milbrandt Road
and direct the choirs in Sunday and STOUGHTON- 1001 Kriedeman. Thurs- Variety of sizes available now. Evansville, WI
special services. In concert with the day & Friday August 10th and 11th, 8am ALL SEASONS SELF STORAGE 608-882-5725
council and the Music and Worship
team, the Choir Director oversees the
to 5pm. Multi-family. Household items,
glassware, books, toys, doll furniture,
10X10 10X15 10X20 10X30
Security Lights-24/7 access
10x10=$60/month
10x15=$70/month
10x20=$80/month $WANTED TO BUY$ Horses, ponies,
PAR Concrete, Inc.
recruitment of members, rehearsal games, picture frames, craft books, and BRAND NEW 10x25=$90/month donkeys, goats and sheep.
scheduling and selection of choir material, and many other items OREGON/BROOKLYN 12x30=$115/month 608-438-1099
Driveways
music in support of all services STOUGHTON- 1040 Garden Ave Sat-
Credit Cards Accepted Call 608-424-6530 or Floors
CALL (608)444-2900 1-888-878-4244 990 Farm: Service
and special music events. Salary Sun 8am-2pm. Everything from Antiques Patios
negotiable based on experience to Zombies. Bikes, furniture, upright-pia-
C.N.R. STORAGE NORTH PARK STORAGE
& Merchandise Sidewalks
and demonstrated directing skills. no, instruments, motorcycles, toys, hol-
Located behind 10x10 through 10x40, plus FRITZ BARN PAINTING
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STOUGHTON- 1316 Furseth Aug 11-12 Convenient Dry Secure RV & Boats. Free-estimate. 608-221-3510
application to Choir Director Search
Committee, Salem United Church 8am-2pm. Fishing Pole Rack, camping Lighted with access 24/7 Come & go as you please. Phil Mountford 516-4130 (cell)
of Christ, 502 Mark Drive, P.O. Box hammock, recliner and cot, luggage, Bank Cards Accepted 608-873-5088 835-5129 (office)
930125, Verona, Wisconsin, 53593 or cartop cargobag, Craftsman scroll saw, Off North Hwy 51 on OREGON SELF-STORAGE
to Lisa Hart at lhart@wcucc.org. shark steamer, recreational equipment, Oak Opening Dr. behind 10x10 through 10x25
old copper tub. Ross Bike. jewelery, dec- Stoughton Garden Center
SCHETTLER TERRACE
month to month lease
orator items. Call: 608-509-8904
436 Office Call Karen Everson at
Administration & Clerical STOUGHTON- 200 S Lynn St. 8-11 608-835-7031 or
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PART-TIME OFFICE Assistant needed
to help with office duties, duties include
Jim Beam decanters/old record albums/
plates/figurines/linens/craft supplies
Convenient location behind One bedroom apartments in Verona for
answering the phones, typing reports, Misc. furniture. (HOUSE TOO!) CASH
Stoughton Lumber. 801 Office Space For Rent persons 62+ and/or handicapped/disabled.
Clean-Dry Units
filing etc. Should be good with computers ONLY!
& have good phone skills. Must have a
STOUGHTON- 408 Hyland Dr. 8/11/17
24 HOUR LIGHTED ACCESS
5x10 thru 12x25
OFFICE SPACES FOR RENT Rent starts at $443. Includes major appliances,
In Oregon facing 15th hole
positive attitude, good personality, and
be accurate. This is a fast-paced envi-
8am-3pm. 8/12/17 8am-12pm. Home 608-335-3337 on golfcourse off street parking, water and sewer, garbage
decor, toys, clothes, kitchen table/chairs,
ronment. Contact Brenda at McCann's
etc. Lots of great stuff! UNION ROAD STORAGE
Free Wi-Fi, Parking and
Security System
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Conference rooms available
444 Construction,
STOUGHTON- 809 Racetrack Rd 8/11
8am-5pm, 8/12 8am-4pm. Misses,
10x10 - 10x15
10x20 - 12x30 Kitchenette-Breakroom
Call 888-237-5710 for more details.
Trades & Automotive Juniors, Mens and Girls Toddler clothes 24 / 7 Access Autumn Woods Prof. Centre This institution is an Equal Housing
and other misc things. Security Lights & Cameras Marty 608-835-3628
SERVICE TECHNICIANS needed for Credit Cards Accepted Opportunity provider and employer.
local and statewide pipe maintenance 696 Wanted To Buy 608-835-0082
& trenchless rehab services. Must have 1128 Union Road 845 Houses For Sale
WE BUY Junk Cars and Trucks. Oregon, WI OREGON- BEAUTIFUL Ti-level 3/bedroom,
VERONA DRIVERS WANTED
good driving record & CDL preferred- will
train right individual. Working w/heavy We sell used parts. Located on the corner of 2.5/bath. Wooded. Cul-de-Sac. Schools.

Area Wide
equipment is required with some travel. Monday thru Friday 8am-5:30pm. Union Road & Lincoln Road Energy Efficient. Call 608-835-6449
Strong computer skills a plus. Bene- Newville Auto Salvage, 279 Hwy 59
fits available, starting salary D.O.Q. with Edgerton, 608-884-3114
rapid advancement for right individual.
Call Rick or Brenda at McCann's Under- 705 Rentals
Full/Part Time Positions Available
ground. 608-835-3124 GARAGE PARKING/STORAGE- Ore- Drive Locally andWages
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gon. One stall garage space with opener Excellent
449 Driver, Shipping for $90/mo. on S Perry Pkwy. Great for Badger
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DRIVERS: $55,000 to $75,000+ Year-
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7100 today! Concrete Surfacing $150
CDL
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Sign-On Bonus for Van Drivers
Program
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free home. Trained in CPR and first aid. laminate flooring.
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A&B ENTERPRISES
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HALLINAN-PAINTING managed. Located at We offer competitive wages, shift and weekend
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35 + Years Professional ance. Retirement, vacation, sick and holiday pay. 20 hours every other week. Package and
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554 Landscaping, Lawn, Equal Opportunity Employer
Senior Center Director, at 608-845-7471.
Tree & Garden Work
LAWN MOWING
Residential & Commercial
Fully Insured.
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POWERWASHING HOMES, businesses,
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608-669-7879.
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Also deck staining. GreenGro Design.
608-669-7879.

601 Household Were adding a number of full-time positions - APPLY NOW!


FOR SALE. Frigidaire 12cu/ft freez- We are looking for enthusiastic staff who
er $350obo, Shark floor steam cleaner Care Coordinator - LPN or RN required. Provide care management to residents.
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$350. 608-845-9857
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602 Antiques & Collectibles
COLUMBUS ANTIQUE MALL
Maintenance Technician - Perform scheduled & unscheduled maintenance.
& CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
MUSEUM
Please contact
Resident Assistants - Part-time only. CNA license not required.
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Customer Appreciation Week employment@swimwest.com
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