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Seven Ashwaubenon employees receive $2,500 bonuses

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – Merit bonuses totaling $17,500 were approved earlier this year in closed session by the village board. According to the board’s Feb. 23 closed session minutes obtained in an open records request by The Press Times, bonuses of $2,500 each for seven Ashwaubenon employees were approved by the board …

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Ashwaubenon tables new officers’ pre-employment contracts

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – At the urging of a trustee, the village board tabled action March 23 on requiring new public safety officers to sign pre-employment contracts to reimburse the village for expenses related to hiring, should they leave early. Public Safety Chief Brian Uhl proposed the agreements to recoup some of …

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Additional restrictions approved for drones in Ashwaubenon

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – Unmanned aircraft systems, more commonly known as drones, will face additional restrictions in the village under an ordinance approved, Tuesday, March 23, by the village board. Village Attorney Tony Wachewicz said the village previously adopted an ordinance which applied to drone operation at Ashwaubomay Park. “Since that time …

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Additional restrictions proposed for drones in Ashwaubenon

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – Unmanned aircraft systems, more commonly known as drones, would face additional restrictions in the village under a proposed ordinance backed March 2 by Ashwaunbenon’s Public Works and Protection Committee. Village Attorney Tony Wachewicz said the drafted ordinance is comprehensive in nature related to the operation of drones. “Currently …

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Arbitrator: Village violated public safety union CBA

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – The Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC) has ruled in favor of the Ashwaubenon Public Safety Officers’ Association (APSOA) on two grievances the union filed against the village. The grievances involve the paid time off (PTO) payout to Shawn Wright, who retired as a public safety officer (PSO), and …

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Wording of applications changed in Ashwaubenon

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – To clarify background information required to disclose on a license or permit application, the village board approved a wording revision Tuesday, Dec. 15. The change is in response to applicants being denied a license, such as one required for an individual to sell alcoholic beverages, because of how …

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Capital Credit Union Park lease transferred to new Booyah owner

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – To facilitate the change in ownership of the Green Bay Booyah, the village board Tuesday, Dec. 15, approved transferring the lease of Capital Credit Union Park from Big Top Ashwaubenon LLC/Green Bay Baseball LLC to Boomerang Stadium Holdings LLC/Boomerang Baseball LLC. Village Attorney Tony Wachewicz said the series …

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Change backed for wording of license, permit applications

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – To clarify background information required to disclose on a license or permit application, the village’s Public Works and Protection Committee recommended a wording revision Dec. 1. The committee previously discussed problems with applicants not disclosing information and subsequently being denied a bartender’s license, for instance, in response to …

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Payout of retirement, benefits disputed in union grievances

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – A ruling on two grievances filed against the village by the Ashwaubenon Public Safety Officers’ Association (APSOA) is pending before the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC). The grievances involve the paid time off (PTO) payout to Shawn Wright, who retired last year as a village public safety officer …

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