This page highlights village board actions during my Bellevue Village Trustee term (04/19/2022 - 04/18/2024) centered on our Operating Budget, Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), and overarching Comprehensive Plan.
Approval allowed President Soukup to sign the State Municipal Agreement (SMA) for each project, resulting in the State supporting up to 80% of project construction funds for CIP project PW23-04 and CIP project PW23-05.
The Village Board approved the Final Resolutions for Special Assessments with a 3-2 vote after pivoting to a proclaimed equitable revision to the Corner Lot Credit calculation for these specific residentially zoned road projects.
A special meeting was held Monday, February 13, 2023, to ensure village board members and staff are comfortable and aligned with the steps and procedures for distribution of 2023 Road Paving Project (CIP PW20-03) expenses.
Short Elliot Hendrickson Inc. (SEH) received 4-1 approval by the Bellevue Village Board, on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, to provide the design and engineering services to advance the buildout of an office expansion at 3100 Eaton Road (CIP Project BG03).
Unanimous approval of the proposed Comprehensive Plan 2023-2043, at the Wednesday, January 11, 2023, Bellevue Village Board meeting (2022 Operating Budget - Community Development - Planning & Zoning - Contracted Services).
DeBroux Tennis Court Replacement (CIP Project PRF35) is part of the Village Board approved CIP for 2023.
After the public hearing, and a brief board discussion, the Village Board approved the 2023 Budget and 2023-2027 CIP, as presented, with a 4-1 vote.
The Josten Playground Accessibility Path (CIP Project LS23) that encircles the playground area is complete!
Contractors have begun the Josten Park Tennis Court Renovation project (CIP Project PRF31).
Activity (CIP Project TID #1-001) will notably include the extension of Costco Way south past Landmark Boulevard and the extension of Town Hall Road west from Lime Kiln Road (CTH V) to Monroe Road (CTH GV).
The Village Board unanimously approved spending $3,800 to develop a fully engineered plan for a bracing system for the existing salt shed in the DPW yard (CIP Project PW10), located at 1811 Allouez Avenue, at the Wednesday, May 11, 2022, regular board meeting.
I was excited to see the new sign installed this morning at Josten Park! A 2021 storm tipped over and damaged the prior sign.
General Public Jackie
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