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City of West Bend reviews Transportation and Future Borrowing Plan for 2020

Feb. 5, 2019 – West Bend, WI – West Bend City Administrator Jay Shambeau spent about 30 minutes during Monday night’s Common Council meeting rolling out details on the Transportation and Future Borrowing Plan for 2020. The biggest talking point was how the City has reduced its debt from $80

VIDEO | Chickens get the green light in West Bend

Jan. 7, 2019 – West Bend, WI – For the third time in his tenure as Mayor of West Bend Kraig Sadownikow cast the deciding vote and this time it was on the issue of whether to allow chickens in West Bend. “The property rights topic is important to

Meijer plays the “dark store” card. 

June 28, 2017 – Washington, Co. – West Bend Mayor Kraig Sadownikow will be testifying in Madison on Thursday in an effort to encourage lawmakers to close a loophole in a law that allows viable big box stores to contest their property assessments and ask their store be charged

West Bend Mayor speaks during Madison press conference on closing a loophole in the “dark store theory.”

May 3, 2017 – West Bend, WI – West Bend Mayor Kraig Sadownikow joined a number of lawmakers in Madison on Wednesday at a joint news conference to talk about several bills regarding the “dark store theory” which is a question on whether operating stores should be taxed the

Mayor signs official proclamation for May 1 as Loyalty Day in West Bend.

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  April 18, 2017 – West Bend, WI – During Monday night’s Common Council meeting, West Bend Mayor Kraig Sadownikow read an official proclamation declaring May 1, 2017 as Loyalty Day. The proclamation read: Whereas: In 1958, Congress, by public law, designated May 1 of each year as Loyalty

Market-rate apartments may be in store for former Gehl Company property on Water Street

March 21, 2017 – West Bend, WI – A developer from southeastern Wisconsin will spend the next 90 days looking over the former Gehl Company property on Water Street in hopes of building market-rate apartments in the coming year. During Monday’s Common Council meeting, aldermen returned from closed session
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