In one of my previous blog entries, I mentioned that at the September 24 New Berlin School Board Meeting, Dr. Kreutzer’s administration presented a bunch of facility projects, which it described as “dire” facility needs, “important” and “immediate” ---but which had not been budgeted for. That blog piece focused on one of those needs--Orchard Lane Elementary School asphalt problems, a safety issue.
The list of dire needs identified at that September board meeting included: Orchard Lane asphalt, Eisenhower roof, Eisenhower IMC carpet, New Berlin office areas, Reagan Elementary locks, water heater at Glen Park Elementary and Glen Park security.
WeCare- New Berlin President Ray McInerny, Sr. was right when he said two months ago that an investigation from the Waukesha County District Attorney’s Office will prove the information in his group’s flier was correct. (WeCare election fliers under investigation, April 10 New BerlinNOW).
During Monday evening's (June 9) New Berlin School Board Meeting, Superintendent Paul Kreutzer announced that New Berlin West MS/HS had been evacuated that afternoon about l pm. He said We Energies and the Fire Department had been on the scene.
Wisconsin, already reeling from all the rain we’ve gotten recently, has more rain forecast for this week.Basement or other rooms flooded? There are several sources of information about flooding cleanup available via the internet.
Eisenhower’s Softball team--the Division 2 State Softball Champions. The team was recognized at Monday’s School Board meeting. Coach Jeff Setz gave a speech thanking the girls and touting their efforts and accomplishments. He called them champions both on and off the field. A wonderful tribute, indeed.
Father’s Day, a day to honor fathers and celebrate fatherhood, is traditionally held on the third Sunday in June.
People don’t need to buy a paper to get information. Nowadays, many individuals rely on their computer, TV, radio, friends and neighbors for information about what is happening in their communities.
No, this is not about the Johnny Depp “Public Enemies” movie that's been filmed in Wisconsin recently.
It is about legislator rankings.
Conservative Journal Sentinel editorial columnist/blogger Patrick Mcllheran has spoken up on behalf of the Deer Creek Inn project and against its critics. In his article "Water parks and fairy tales" published in early June, Mcllheran refutes the arguments of a Milwaukee alderman and other opponents of the hotel/indoor water park planned for New Berlin.
Anyone who thinks Summerfest is just for kids is mistaken. It attracts people of all different ages. I saw many folks in my age bracket (mid-fifties) or older at Summerfest yesterday.