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Please Take Notice that MMG Real Estate, LLC has requested to rezone 4425 W. Mitchell Street (parcels #436-1118-000 and #436-1119-001) and 4535 W. Mitchell Street (Parcel #436-1120-001) from M-1 Light Manufacturing District to M-1 Light Manufacturing District with a Planned Unit Development Overlay (PUD).
Legal Description: Tax Key: 436-1118-000 4425 W Mitchell ST Assessors Plat No 290 Lot 1 BLK 19, in the village of West Milwaukee, county of Milwaukee, and the state of Wisconsin.
Tax Key: 436-119-001 Assessor’s Plat No. 290, BLK 19, Part Lot 2: Com Ne Cor DS Lot 2, TH W. 117.48 FT, S. 382 FT, E. 117.48 FT, TH N 382 FT To P.o.c., in the village of West Milwaukee, county of Milwaukee, and the state of Wisconsin.
4535 West Mitchell Street. Tax Key: 436-1120-001 Assessor’s Plat No. 290, BLK 19, Part Lot 2: Com 117.48 FT W Of Ne Cor SD Lot, TH S 382 FT To S Li SD Lot; Wly 90.63 FT; Nwly On Curv 288.85 FT, N 155.64 FT, TH E. 260.50 To P.o.b., in the village of West Milwaukee, county of Milwaukee, and the state of Wisconsin.
Property Owner/Applicant: MMG Real Estate, LLC
4535 W. Mitchell St.
West Milwaukee, WI 53214
The President of the Village Board hereby calls a Public Hearing on the recommendation of the Plan Commission to consider the request for the aforementioned rezone with PUD, to be held in the Village Community Centre located at 1345 S. 47th Street, West Milwaukee, Wisconsin at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, February 21, 2022, and should the Public Hearing be canceled or adjourned, the hearing will be held one (1) week later at the same time and place.
There will be a Village Board meeting on Monday, March 21, 2022. The Finance Committee Meeting will follow the Licenses Committee Meeting which follows the Legislative Committee Meeting that starts at 6:00pm. The regular Village Board meeting will start at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be available via Zoom and in-person at the West Milwaukee Community Center 1345 S. 47th St. If you would like to listen to the meeting via Zoom teleconference, please go to zoom.us and join via this Meeting ID:865 7261 5474. You will also need to use the following password: WMKE4755.
If you have any additional questions about how to join the Zoom teleconference, please contact the Clerk’s Office (414) 645-1530, extension 131 before 5:00 p.m. on Monday.
Election Inspectors (Poll Workers)
Election Inspectors are essential to conduct open, accurate, and fair elections. Their priority is to ensure every eligible voter can exercise their right to vote by following Election Day procedures and providing excellent customer service to voters.
The Village of West Milwaukee is in need of bilingual (fluent in English/Spanish speaking) poll workers.
- Be a U.S. Citizen
- Be 18 years old (except qualified high school student poll workers)
- Be a resident of Milwaukee County
- Never have been convicted of a felony and not otherwise disqualified from voting
- Be able to read and write fluently in the English language
- Not be a candidate for any office to be voted on at the polling place at that election.
Election Inspectors receive $135 for working a full Election Day.
In order to receive payment, the appropriate paperwork must be completed.
*New Election Inspectors are pending Village Board approval.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
- Check-in Registered Voters
- Register Eligible Voters
- Monitor Voting and Ballot Marking Equipment
- Assist and Guide Voters
- Assist Chief Inspector as needed
Experience, Skills, and Abilities
- Skills – Must possess excellent customer service skills. Strong clerical and analytical skills. Detail-oriented. Active listener. Must possess good oral communication skills.
- Abilities – Must be able to sit and/or stand for long periods of time.
Election inspectors are required to attend a 2-3 hour training class every two years.
Sediment is loose sand, soil, or other select types of debris that can be carried by runoff into a stream, river, or lake. Too much sediment makes water murkier, which harms wildlife and aquatic plants. It also affects our ability to use the water for recreational activities.
Help West Milwaukee prevent sediment pollution that may be occurring in our community by keeping your eye out for these Sediment Pollution Red Flags.
There are other ways that you can identify and prevent sediment pollution in our community! Visit https://bit.ly/Sediment-Pollution to learn more about sediment pollution, its sources, and how to prevent it!
The West Milwaukee Police Department is hiring for a Clerk Dispatcher Position. To apply, please complete and return the following documents by the deadline of February 28, 2022. Applications will be processed as they are received.
All application material and/or questions should be sent to email@example.com or the West Milwaukee Police Department at 4755 W. Beloit Road, West Milwaukee, WI 53214.
The Village of West Milwaukee has open Commissioner seats on the West Milwaukee Community Development Authority (WMCDA) and Plan Commission. These Commissions meet once a month, subject to active items to review. If you live in West Milwaukee and are interested, please fill out a Commission Committee Application and submit it to the Clerk’s Office at 4755 W. Beloit Rd. 2nd Floor West Milwaukee, WI 53214. Please see more information regarding the commissions below or at https://www.westmilwaukee.org/gov/committees/ and contact the Clerk’s office at 414-645-1530 ext. 0 with any questions.
West Milwaukee Community Development Authority:
The WMCDA meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the West Milwaukee Community Centre’ located at 1345 S. 47th St.
West Milwaukee Plan Commission:
Plan Commission members need to be prepared for the business to be discussed at the meetings by reviewing each proposal in light of the comprehensive plan and applicable land use. If a major development is involved, they can talk to the engineer or to others to review information. They review planning documents, zoning, conditional use requests, and signage.
The Plan Commission consists of seven (7) members, including the Village President who serves as Chairperson, one (1) appointed member of the Village Board, and five (5) citizen appointees with an interest or understanding of projects from a zoning or aesthetics perspective and what may be a good fit considering the community master plan.
The Plan Commission meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the West Milwaukee Community Centre’ located at 1345 S. 47th St.