Village of Sussex —Although the Sussex Village Board last week adopted a resolution endorsing a proposal to extend Springdale Road north from Capitol Drive to Weyer and Town Line roads, Village Administrator Jeremy Smith pointed out that the popular Lake Country road project faces some serious environmental and cost issues.(1)
A detective with the Menomonee Falls police department filed a search warrant affidavit on April 14 requesting a court order to detain a 27-year-old man until the suspect provides investigators with a sample of his DNA.
A Sussex man accused of sexually abusing his daughters will be allowed to take a picture with one of the alleged victims at her graduation, a Waukesha County Circuit Court judge ruled on April 7.
Sussex —A controversy is brewing in village hall over whether to change the beer and liquor license code to accommodate a Kwik Trip fueling center and convenience store slated to be built near the intersection of Highway 164 and Main Street, on the former Marcese's Danceland property.
Sussex —"The voters sent a signal that they are on the same page as the village board when it comes to what we have been doing and the direction we are going."
Sussex — The Pauline Haass Library Board has learned that the library's administrative and technical support offices will not move into the new village hall/civic center scheduled to be built next year as was originally planned.
Sterling House of Sussex will join the Sussex Area Chamber of Commerce as a new member. The business is a senior assisted living facility located at W240 N6351 Maple Ave., Sussex.
Family Movie Night: 6 p.m. April 25, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish Center, W314 N7462 Highway 83, North Lake. The movie “Bambi” will start at 6 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Free hot dogs and snacks. Children must be accompanied by a parent. Come in comfy clothes and bring a blanket to relax with. RSVP to the parish office at (262) 966-2191 or at www.blteresaparish.org
Poetry Open Mic Night: 7 p.m. April 25, Books & Company, 1039 Summit Ave., Oconomowoc. Celebrate Poetry Month with an evening a poetry. Read your own or a favorite poet, or enjoy listening to others. Free.
The Brew City Rockers: 9 p.m. April 24, Burke’s Lakeside, 37238 Valley Road, Oconomowoc. The Brew City Rockers are celebrating spring with a party at Burke’s Lakeside. Enjoy a fish fry and stay for the party.
Grow Your Own Salad Gardening Class: 10 a.m. April 25, NuGenesis Farm, N68 W33208 County Road K, Oconomowoc. Join the NuGenesis staff to learn to grow your own delicious and healthy salads at home. $30 recommended donation. www.nugenesisfarm.org
Updates to this calendar are made weekly Monday afternoon.