Sunday, November 18, 2012
Officials slated to vote on proposed budget which would mean an increase of $37 on the property tax bill for owner of a $300,000 home.
Village officials will hold a public hearing on the 2013 budget 7:30 Monday night during their board meeting. The Village Board will then consider adopting a budget for next year, among other items on the agenda. Under the proposed budget, the owner of a $300,000 property would see the village's portion of their tax bill rise by $37. The tax levy is estimated to increase by $185,056 or 1.8 percent from last year. The meeting will take place at Village Hall, 3930 N. Murray Ave.
Monday, May 21, 2012
Vote early starting Monday as the state prepares for the gubernatorial recall general election June 5.
Early voting and the absentee ballot start Monday at Village Hall in Shorewood. Village employees expect absentee ballots to be available Monday. Voters may vote in person in the clerk’s office Monday through June 1. Village Hall will be closed Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. For more information on early voting contact Village Hall at 847-2700. Visit the state's Public Voter Access website to see if you are registered.
Monday, September 5, 2011
Village officials will start tweaking village code to mirror new state law and decide whether to ban weapons in village-owned facilities.
Shorewood's Police and Fire Commission will discuss the village's approach to the state's new concealed carry legislation — including whether to ban firearms from municipal buildings — at Tuesday's meeting. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m., ahead of the 7:30 p.m. Village Board meeting. The new legislation, recently signed into law by Gov. Scott Walker, allows citizens to possess concealed firearms, Tasers and other weapons as of Nov. 1. Local officials will have to decide whether to ban firearms on village property such as Village Hall and the public library. The Whitefish Bay Village Board recently approved restricting firearms from being carried into village-owned facilities. Brookfield is considering a similar ordinance. Under the new …