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A dose of courage for sick kids

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In Maria Never Gives Up, a local author tells an inspiring story for children facing disease
by MATT GEIGER knew it changed. live, Baliker, now 54, says.
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The protagonist, Maria, is di- Her childhood was spent endur-
agnosed with kidney disease at ing dialysis and taking medica-
the age of nine. According to tion, and today she is the
A new book by a Middleton
Baliker, the book was written to survivor of three kidney trans-
resident tells the story of a brave
help children in their personal plants.
little girl who never gives up. It
struggle with the emotional But despite the many obsta-
will, the author hopes, provide
and physical roller coaster that cles she had to overcome - and
hope and inspiration for chil-
is brought on by a chronic ill- perhaps because of them in
dren who face very scary, very
ness. some cases - she is happy and
grown up health problems
It is told by Marias teddy fulfilled.
today.
bear, Teddy, who makes her Kids teased me when I was
Maria Never Gives Up,
life a little more bear-able. young because my face was
which Mary Baliker published
It is a topic close to Balikers puffy. I was a bit discolored,
using Createspace in May of
heart, and it closely follows her yellowish, I couldnt play,
this year, is a story of hope and
own life experiences. couldnt be in sports, couldnt
bravery when a little girl be-
Well, I was diagnosed with stay at friends houses because
comes ill and life as she
kidney disease when I was nine my diet was so restricted, she
years old and my parents When she was nine, Middleton resident Mary Baliker was diagnosed with kidney disease, and recalls. Yet through it all, she
Photos contributed

where told I had six months to her parents were told she had six months to live. Today, she is 54, and she has authored a book
NEW TIME! intended to inspire children who face daunting medical problems. MARIA, page 6

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ton will be awash in yellow as world for its surreal dedication
the National Mustard Museum to a condiment that millions
hosts its 27th annual National may take for granted though
Mustard Day celebration on not the mustard fanatics at the
Saturday, August 5, from 10 Mustard Museum.
a.m. to 4 p.m. Last year, more than 6,000
This years big squirt will be fans of the Golden Condiment
the worlds biggest #Mustard attended National Mustard Day
Challenge. and even more are expected this
The Mustard Museum has year. Back by popular demand
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search accelerator No More Mustard Custard, made for the
Kids with Cancer to promote Mustard Museum exclusively
the #Mustard Challenge by by Culvers.
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National Mustard Museum curator Barry Levenson leading the crowd in song at last years National Mustard Day celebration. lenge will emphasize the need (hot dogs), S. Rosen (buns),
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This years event, scheduled for this Saturday, will promote the #Mustard Challenge and raise funds for No More Kids With for greater resources going to Culvers (frozen mustard cus-
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City golf course thrives L OCAL C LIMATe A CTION
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 2017 MIDDLETON TIMES-TRIBUNE PAGE 3

despite wild weather


County climate change council convenes
Attoun says she is excited about the collaboration
by KEVIN MURPHY to enable golfers to keep play-
ing.
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While it has rain a lot, for-
tunately the rains have been
During an unusually rainy largely limited to evening
summer that has limited play by MATT GEIGER tion plan decades and is a well-respected County executive JoeParisian-
hours after the course has
at other area golf courses, that will expert in the field of clean en- nounced a partnership with
closed for the day. Despite a Times-Tribune
Pleasant View Golf Course provide the ergy, environmental sustainabil- leaders from Cook County, Illi-
drenching, the course opens
has remained open and busy roadmap to ity, and climate change. nois to join We Are Still In, a
the next morning. The Dane County Climate
due to topography, timing and drastically This is a critical opportunity coalition of governmental and
We just adjust to whatever Change Council held its inau-
staffs creative approach to r e d u c e to make Dane County a national institutional leaders dedicated
comes, but credit (Course Su- gural meeting on Thursday at2
golfing in otherwise soggy greenhouse leader in the fight to reduce dan- to keeping Americas promise
perintendent) Kevin Hurd and p.m.in City-County Building,
conditions, said Jeremey Ca- gas emis- gerous carbon pollution, reap of mitigating climate change by
his crew, all of us, with find- Room 354 to confront problems Attoun
balka, general manager. sions and bet- the economic benefits that re- meeting the Paris Climate
ing creative ways to keep the posed by climate change.
Weve weathered the ter prepare sult from reducing that pollu- Agreement. Under the Accord,
weather from severely affect- The council is made up of
stormand revenue is ahead the county for the effects of cli- tion, and give our children a the United States agreed to re-
ing usWithout them, Pleas- local government officials,
of last years pace, Cabalka mate change. safer and healthy future, said duce its 2005 carbon emission
ant View loses money, business leaders, representa-
told the Golf Course Advisory With our communities con- Reopelle. I am honored and levels between 26 and 28 per-
Cabalka said. tives of the University of Wis-
Committee Monday. stantly getting bombarded with humbled to work with so many cent by 2025. Dane County re-
Revenue is important to consin, local utilities,
Despite rainfall being nine heavy rains and 100-year floods outstanding community leaders duced its greenhouse gas
city-owned Pleasant View, community groups, and envi-
inches above a normal year to seeming to take place every that are assembled on this coun- emissions by 26 percent from
which is one of Middletons ronmental advocates. Abby At-
date, Pleasant View has year now, the Climate Change cil. 2007 to 2015already meeting
major generators of municipal toun, Middletons assistant
closed only a half day this Council could not be more An agreement with the La the Paris Agreements goal.
revenue, said Cabalka. This director of community develop-
summer, last week Friday, timely, said county executive Follette School of Public Affairs In fact, Dane County has de-
years budget projects $2.33 ment, represents the Good
due to wet grounds. JoeParisi. I am eager to have at the University of Wisconsin veloped enough carbon-free, re-
million in revenue from golf, Neighbor City on the council.
Rain fell during 80 percent the council begin its work and has helped Dane County assess newable electric generation to
pro shop, food and beverage It was excellent, said At-
of the days in May, which be- see what further actions Dane the progress it has made at re- offset nearly all of the county
and event sale proceeds. toun after the meeting. Its ex-
came the courses slowest County can take to combat cli- ducing carbon emissions, in- governments electricity use.
The courses financial suc- citing to be part of that group.
month this season, but that mate change and its effects that creasing green energy Not only does the county use
cess helps it to secure funding Attoun added that the ulti-
didnt prevent golfers from negatively impact our residents production and consumption, compressed natural gas (CNG)
for a list of capital projects the mate goal is to develop a cli-
using carts. on a more and more frequent and making energy efficiency in county fleet vehicles, offset-
advisory committee is eyeing mate action plan for the county,
We have topography basis. improvements to facilities. The ting the use of more than 20,000
for next year. and to hopefully develop sev-
going for us, were about the Parisi created the Dane Climate Change Council will gallons of fossil-fuel gasoline
Additional parking heads eral practical, county-wide and
highest (elevation), in the County Office of energy and also have access to the intellec- and saving county taxpayers
that list as the current 248 local projects that we can col-
area. That helps, Cabalka Climate Change as a new divi- tual resources available through roughly $40,000 each year, but
stalls are filled at least once a laborate on.
said about the natural and sion of the Office of the County the University of Wisconsin- the county also converts landfill
week requiring visitors to Im not yet exactly sure
contoured drainage features executive in his 2017 budget. Madisons Nelson Institute for gas into electricity, generating
park along the entrance road. what Middletons role will be,
of the 312-acre property. Keith Reopelle is the Offices environmental Studies. Both $3.75 million in gross revenues.
The advisory committee she added. But Im excited the
There are level areas on the first director and will be respon- will help the council better pre- Those interested in following
considered three plans Mon- City of Middleton was asked to
36-hole course that dont sible for overseeing the coun- pare Dane County for the im- the Climate Council or learning
day, finding consensus on an join.
drain as well, including along cils work and progression. pact of climate change while more about the Office of energy
estimated $146,484 plan that According to a county state-
Blackhawk Rd., but that has Director Reopelle has champi- working to mitigate its effects. and Climate Change can
ment, together the Climate oned Wisconsins natural re- Prior to the Climate Change visit climatechange.countyof-
been remedied with ingenuity
GOLF, page 5 Change Council members will sources for more than three Councils inaugural meeting, dane.com.
work to develop a climate ac-
Opinion
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Soto says city should hold up Stagecoach


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To the editor, on Century Avenue. Its size and exceeding dwelling density best planned bike path connecting strategy, the District contains 6 and multifamily duplexes with
scale are disproportional to the practices. Allen Blvd with Old Creek Rd. Historic Landmarks and Resi- a single-family character. Re-
The proposed Stagecoach homes along residential stretch Third, the building would Fifth, last March Madison de- dential Cluster of 5 homes. Ar- spondents cited 49 reasons why
Trails Apartment building is a for five reasons. eliminate the tree canopy that nied Hotel Red its two-story ex- chitectural best practices require they preferred compact designs.
massive generic structure that a First, the proposed building currently provides the appear- pansion based the Vilas the sites natural setting, its con- In short, Middleton needs to
developer wants to build in a is the size of a battleship, that is, ance that these properties are Neighborhoods strong opposi- tours and vegetation, be viewed be a Good Neighbor in the
residential neighborhood in 124 feet wide, 274.5 feet deep, part of the adjoining conser- tion to the mass of the expan- as assets to be preserved and Historic District. The city needs
Middletons Historic Pheasant 47.5 feet tall. Best design prac- vancy. This is contrary to City sion. Likewise, Middleton and woven into the design as much to hold up the Stagecoach and
Branch Redevelopment District tices call for a streetscape of +/- Zoning (Ordinance10.85) Pheasant Branch Historic as possible. In settings near his- deny the developers zoning re-
across from the StammHouse. 30 percent of the average height which calls for Site respect of Neighbors oppose a selective toric properties, external design quest.
He is requesting re-zoning on the block. Since all sur- natural attributes, Produce an zoning change for Stagecoach review and public input should
three parcels in a historic resi- rounding buildings are two sto- attractive environment of sus- due to its size. be sought. Rick (RJ) Soto
dential neighborhood to build a ries, Stagecoach is nearly twice tained aesthetic and ecological Round peg in a square hole? What residents want According Middleton

Why, oh why didnt I choose the BLUE pill?


4-story apartment. Stagecoachs as tall. desirability.., Preservation of Stagecoach has no architectural to the 2011 North-Mendota
size doesnt fit. The develop- Second, the building almost open space. flow into the Historic Dis- FUDA study, in this district,
ment is west of the upstream completely covers a steeply Fourth, Stagecoach lacks trict. According Middleton residents preferred
Pheasant Branch Creek crossing sloped 1.18 acre footprint, thus frontage for the Citys 10 to Historic Landmarks 2015 single family compact homes

by BARTLETT DURAND the hole in the ozone layer, cli- simpler life when a small dystopian battlefield where fear, for us by our ancestors. Pandora magical creatures werent real.
mate change, nuclear weapons farm was all you need to raise a cold, and monotony are the con- has opened her box, and we An entire worldview is built up
Guest Column
and waste, plastic-choked family, and your success de- stancies of life. The blue bill have to figure out how to live in around Christmas, easter, the
oceans, meta-data and the loss pended mostly on how hard you option is a dream state of a per- this world of broken traditions. loss of a tooth, and other mag-
A recent
of individual privacy, and the worked (as well as your place in fect world, where all the com- education is critical. We can- ical events. It is a cultural con-
Pew Re-
extreme striation of work based the birth lottery, race, gender, forts of the modern world are not go back to sleep. We have struct that we all share in. And
search Cen-
not on production but on knowl- and luck). But that simple life is available. So which is better work to do to fix this world. But then suddenly it isnt true.
ter poll
edge. Soon we may discover seemingly incompatible with a life of peace and comfort (but we must understand and respect Many/most kids figure this out
found that
that A.I. makes even knowl- the technologically advanced, in ignorance of reality) or the the primal need for tradition, through higher learning
58% of Re-
edge-based jobs join manufac- speed-of-cyber life of today. world of the truth (but in des- communion, and faith. It is logical analysis, science, or
publicans
turing as largely obsolete. So now the hard question: perate straits). what turns individuals into exploration.
believed that
All of this has occurred in knowing the choice (knowledge I believe this is a strong community, what drives us as Imagine now youre an adult
colleges and
just about the last 70 years. but societal and personal upset, metaphor for what we are expe- biological/psychological crea- and your entire life youve be-
universities hurt the country.
Think of the upset to the psyche or ignorance and relative riencing in this country, and in tures. We have to face, head on, lieved something to be funda-
Read that again. A majority
of our oldest citizens who have peace), which do you choose? It this world, right now. The tradi- the conflicts between knowl- mentally true and then you
of self-identified Republican
seen the entire world change. is like Neos choice in The Ma- tions and mythologies that edge and our religions, not in an are presented with facts that
voters believe that higher edu-
Think of the disruption to our trix: choose the blue pill and bonded our communities and adversarial right/wrong way, make it not true. How can you
cation hurts America.
small towns, our agrarian vil- the story ends, you wake up in cultures for centuries and mil- but by approaching as one react to that in any rational
Ive been thinking about this
lages, our religious institutions. your bed and believe whatever lennia have been shattered by would a multi-layered issue. way? It is a terrifying paradigm
a lot. It is a shocking statement
Populations have exploded and you want to believe. You take the truth discovered through Science may tell me the camp- shift that calls into question
and my visceral reaction was
the luxuries available to us are the red pill and I show you higher learning. Our minds and fire is just a release of potential everything you know. You then
that Republicans are an igno-
unparalleled, but life seems how deep the rabbit hole goes. our communities cannot adjust energy captured in a carbon have a choice: do you want the
rant, reactionary and small-
harder. Where we fit in, how we The offerer of this knowledge is that quickly and we find our- source into gas, light and heat, red pill or the blue pill? The an-
minded group. And maybe
relate to our neighbors, how we clear: Remember, all I offer selves, culturally, disoriented but my body sings when I stare swer isnt as easy as youd
some of them are, but a major-
put food on our table every- you is the truth. (If you havent and afraid. But regardless of into the flames. Science can ex- think.
ity?
thing is more complicated. seen the movie, I highly recom- whether we would choose to plain what or how I may Bartlett Durand, a Middleton
But what if they are right? As
everyone probably experiences mend it.) The truth is not the take the path of ignorance, we experience the fire, but that resident, gained renown as
I learned from visiting the Uni-
a yearning for the mythical discovery of a utopia, but a cannot. That choice was made doesnt change my passion, my The Zen Butcher at Black
versity of Oxford, as long as
love, my soul. I can have my Earth Meats. He is now the
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Commission okays that the mixed-use buildings phase of the project one year Kelley said the city used a We will pay for additional study alongside the developers

$801,584 more in
could take advantage of shared after full occupation. She said similar process for the Holiday Walker study as well, so far its and made a motion for approval

TIF for the project


parking to cut down on the need the city attorney was Inn convention center. She said been like over $100,000, a lot of to recommend approval to the
for a what he saw as a high working on the language for the the city didnt know what to money, Brengel added. common council. The motion
number of parking stalls. Wall the agreement still but was ask- require so they let the developer Kelley said the city will be passed unanimously.
by CAMERON BREN says that Middleton is changing ing for approval from the plan propose a number. That was ap- doing its own study alongside Along with the parking man-
and the demand for parking commission assuming there proved with the condition that the developers. agement agreement the com-
Times-Tribune downtown will continue to de- would be no issue. the city could require more Mayor Brar asked that the mission approved an
crease. He has also said the Plan commission member parking in the future if needed. downtown business association increased in developer financed
The Middleton Plan Com- citys ordinance is outdated and Cindy Zellars asked why staff In that case it turned out to be made be aware of the process. TIF for the project, meaning the
mission last week approved an should be rewritten. was asking for approval without needed and later built. Director of community devel- city is not in the hook if the tax
updated parking plan and agree- In order to get closer to the all the details yet worked out. Taylor Brengel, legal counsel opment Abby Attoun said she base does not match whats
ment for the Middleton Center required number of stalls Wall Kelley said there have been for T. Wall Enterprises said the would bring it up at their next been projected.
ongoing redevelopment project has suggested the use of vehicle changes that need to be updated developer wants the parking to monthly meeting. Kelley explained to the com-
downtown. lifts, which the city is now re- in the general implementation work out just as much as the Plan commission member mission that the increase re-
If approved by the common quiring in each phase of the de- plan for the project and the cor- city. Kurt Paulsen commented on quest was because of a mistake
council this week the project velopment, as well as shared responding TIF agreement. Kel- This is something we want what the city could do with all in the original calculation of the
will move forward with a lower vehicles, a bicycle station, free ley said the city needed to too as the developer. It is some- the empty space in the future if value. She said this was con-
number of parking stalls than bus passes for workers in the approve the legal language as thing we are working with city Wall is correct. firmed by city finance director.
required by city ordinance, building and nearby off-site well. staff to reevaluate because a de- And in 15 years were going Following brief discussion
however, the parking will be re- parking. The latter ideas have Kelley explained that a velopment like this has never to have to worry about what to Dorn motioned to recommend
viewed in one year and the city been encouraged but not threshold would need to be set happened here, Brengel said. do with all this empty parking, an additional $801,584 in devel-
will have the authority to re- counted as credits for spaces by for the minimum number of The Walker study may not Paulsen said. Maybe it will be oper financed TIF assistance for
quire more parking if it falls the city. parking spaces available at fully grasp Middleton because it a good warehouse for drone de- phase 2 of the Middleton Center
short. Eileen Kelley, city planning given times. If the threshold is a unique situation. liveries. project to the finance committee
Since Terrence Wall first in- director, explained to the plan was surpassed the city could re- Brengel said they have al- Commission member Dennis and the common council.
troduced the proposal for Mid- commission that the city would quire the developer to somehow ready paid Walker parking con- Dorn said he was satisfied that The motion passed unani-
dleton Center he was confident have authority to evaluate each create more spaces. sultants and will continue to. the city would be doing another mously.

RAIL continued from page 1

balked at making Schwartz Jim Wills, co-owner of OW mph that use the crossing daily, Wills. More recently, it put for- usage has increased 450 percent closed within 30 days and the
Road a public crossing because Holdings, LLC, which operates according to the order. ward plans for an Olympic- since 2005 and is expected to Schwartz Rd. crossing will be-
it was the only access into the The Storage Guy, 7209 USH OW Holdings and an adja- quality cross country ski jump another 200 percent in the come public with existing sig-
property south of the railroad 14, received approval from the cent property owner, Erdman training facility on property it next five years, according to nals to be used and the town of
tracks and a stopped train could town of Middleton Town Board Real Estate Holdings, Inc., have calls the Bollenbeck Farm. testimony a railroad official Middleton and WSOR respon-
block emergency vehicles from last fall to expand his storage fa- agreed to construct a road west Plans include a trail network, a submitted to the OCR. Wiscon- sible for removing brush from
reaching the property. cility, if there were a safer ac- to link the private driveway $3 million stadium, offices, a sin Southern plans beef up the the rail right of way for 330 feet
However, recently the De- cess to the property. along their properties east to biathlon range and a year round tracks to 500 ties per mile be- in each direction from the cross-
partment of Transportation and The driveway crosses the Schwartz Rd. snow-making facility. tween Madison and Spring ing.
the Wisconsin and Southern tracks at a skewed 41-degree Last weeks OCR order While development plans for Green, and install continuous The WSOR plans to recon-
Railroad both supported making angle, has an ascending ap- clears the way for Wills to begin property south of the tracks are welded rail which should allow struct the crossing in the next
Schwartz Rd. a public crossing proach to the track and lacks a constructing the road and the expected to increase vehicle train speeds to increase to 40 few years and the town will
in exchange for crossing a rail turning lane from USH14. This expansion of his storage facil- traffic in the area, the railroad mph. share 50 percent of the crossing
crossing 475 feet west for a pri- private driveway makes the ity. will improve the tracks in antic- The private crossing in The improvements, according to the
vate driveway into a storage fa- cure worse than the illness, ac- Were already turning dirt, ipation of increased rail traffic. Storage Guy facility will be order.
cility. cording to the July 26 OCR and it should be done by Nov. Madison to Spring Green rail
That would increase the order. 1, Wills said Monday.
number of vehicles using the Schwartz Rd. has none of Erdman Holdings have pro-
crossing daily from 40 to 88, ac- these limitations and the exist- posed and withdrawn plans for
cording to the OCR order. ing signals are adequate for the a mixed-use residential subdivi-
two to four trains traveling at 25 sion for its property south of

GOLF continued from page 3

Summer
S ummer on
adds 26 stalls at the parking the adjacent erdman property, committee wont really be able
lot entrance and 12 more just to the trail head could be moved to make capital requests until it
the north in a clearing. along with having to share park- gets next years debt service and
Construction would take
about six weeks next spring and
ing facilities with bicyclists.
Plans to widen Pleasant View
the courses financials numbers
for June from the city council
EXCELSIOR!
shouldnt significantly interfere Road and relocate utilities will and finance department, respec-
with use of the existing parking also impact the golf course tively.
Learn. Explore. Create.
lot, said Blake Theisen, a land- causing the committee to wait Committee Chairman Terry
scape architect with Ayres As- and see what is announced this Turner hoped to have financial
sociates. fall. numbers at the August meeting
Bicyclists parking their vehi- Ald. Mark Sullivan, also a and continue the budgeting
cles and using a nearby moun- committee member, said the process then.
tain bike trail adds to the
parking capacity problem at
times, said Cabalka. However,
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A list of upcoming Receive $20,000 Grant for Senior &


government meetings Dementia Friendly Programming
at Middleton city hall
Conservancy works to connect local seniors with natures splendor
City of Middleton Meetings at City Hall
by DEB BIECHLER the days topic, Prairie Grasses
A Bader Philanthropies Grant of $20,000 was awarded to
AUGUST, 2017 and Flowers, at the Glen. At
Times-Tribune the Friends of Pheasant Branch. The two year grant, cover-
approximately 10:20, partici-
ing projects in 2017 and 2018, has four components:
Date, Time, Meeting Room pantsboard the Middleton Trol-
For many years, much of the 1.) Programming
ley to travel to Orchard Heights
programming done by The 2.) Critical review of all materials - printed, website, etc., to
8/7/2017 Park. There, they transition to
Friends of Pheasant Branch ed- see if it works for older adults and folks with cognitive chal-
7:00 PM Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Commission B one of three golf carts and be
ucation Committee was directed lenges
given a headset.
toward youth. In recent years, 3.) Review of conservancy infrastructure that includes acces-
8/8/2017 each cart goes to a different
the group wondered, How can sibility
6:00 PM Community Development Authority CC spot in the conservancy. The
we reach out to the other end of 4.) Capacity to continue and grow programming for the target
6:00 PMLicense & Ordinance B carts will be driven by natural-
the age spectrum? group.
6:30 PMBock Community Garden Committee C ists who will be wearing a wire-
7:00 PMPlan Commission CC In 2010, they formed the less transmitter to relate
Senior Advisory Council (SAC) organize it, said Daly. But, date doing work on nursing as-
theres a certain population that sistance for caregivers and fam- information, about the flowers
8/9/2017 to answer that question. The and grasses which will be at
council consists of Friends of cant access it. For instance, the ily members, has played a big
6:00 PM Summer Recreation Program CC Boy Scouts put in steps that role in training the volunteers their peak, directly to the head-
Pheasant Branch board mem- sets.
bers as well as program activity lead to underground springs. for the Senior Days and Demen-
8/10/2017 One of the seniors we inter- tia Friendly Days that are Participants learn about the
11:00 AMBid OpeningPleasant View Road/eTC B directors from many area senior uniqueness of an urban wilder-
centers. viewed said, Im not asking for scheduled as part of the grant.
6:00 PMFriends of Middleton Dog Parks B much, I just want a hand rail so To prepare for the events, ness along with a bit of the his-
7:00 PMZoning Board of Appeals B The committee interviewed tory on how Pheasant Branch
residents of those centers and that I can go down there. Mead spent time in the conser-
Because the conservancy is vancy as well as got input from Conservancy came to be. Light
8/14/2017 6:30 PMPublic Works Committee B other senior citizens as well. stretching and other exercises
Repeatedly, the interviews re- under the umbrella of two agen- the population who the days are
cies, Dane County and the City being planned for. Along with will be offered along the way,
8/15/2017 lated that seniors would love to modeling what the SAC hopes
use Pheasant Branch Conser- of Middleton, changes for ac- the board, she helped to plan the
5:30 PM Tourism Committee B cessibility are a collaborative days activities. seniors will do on return visits.
5:30 PMPersonnel Committee CC vancy, but both physical and The morning and afternoon
cognitive challenges got in the effort. Other agencies and in- Those plans were adjusted
6:00 PMFinance Committee CC dividuals are collaborating as when further input came from groups overlap back at Orchard
7:30 PMCommon Council CC way. Park. Lauren Banks, the Pro-
We looked into research, well. the seniors themselves and from
Dr. Jeffrey Sledge, is a Fac- members of the organizations gram Director for Middleton
8/16/2017 said committee member, John Glen, arranged for boxed
Daly. There a phenomenal ulty Associate with the Nelson who serve them. A key ques-
6:30 PM Water Resources Management Commission B Institute for environmental tion was, In what way can the lunches to be served to all par-
6:30 PMSummer Recreation Program CC amount right now that substan- ticipants and volunteers.
tiates the ways that nature sup- Studies at the University of Pheasant Branch conservancy
Wisconsin-Madison. His re- be part of your daily life? Because part of the grant is to
8/17/2017 ports us health-wise, both build capacity for return visits
physically and mentally. The search focuses on how built The answers to that question
5:30 PM Arts Committee B environments affect human brought tons of information on to the conservancy, activity di-
Jan. 2016 issue of National Ge- rectors of area senior living cen-
ographic, Brain on Nature, was health and ways of using those how to build the program that
8/21/2017 environments to understand, weve created. said Daly. ters will be trained to continue
5:30 PM Workforce Housing Task Force B totally devoted to the physical similar visits in the future. In
and cognitive benefits of na- treat, and mitigate the effects of And, it addresses the building
6:30 PMSustainability Committee B disease. capacity to continue compo- addition to working with these
7:00 PMParks, Recreation and Forestry Commission CC ture. centers, the Friends of Pheasant
The SAC decided to look for Sledge made a mini presenta- nent of the grant.
tion to his graduate students Senior Days and Dementia Branch Senior Advisory Com-
8/22/2017 grants that would fund pro- mittee is collaborating with the
graming activities and conser- about the Conservancys grant Friendly Days were scheduled
7:00 PM Plan Commission CC projects. As a result, one of the for July 26 and Aug. 2 with rain Alzheimers Alliance, Dane
vancy usability for seniors, County Dementia Coalition,
particularly people with cogni- grad students created his cap- dates of July 28 and Aug. 4, re-
8/23/2017 stone project about the Pheasant spectively. A third day is being Memory Cafes in Middleton
6:30 PM Pedestrian, Bicycle, Transit Committee CC tive challenges such as and Waunakee and the Senior
Alzheimers and dementia. Branch Conservancy, conduct- planned for sometime in Sep-
7:00 PMConservancy Lands Committee B ing an extensive study and giv- tember. Center in Waunakee.
You have the opportunity to
see more grants like this than I ing recommendations that will At each event, 15 people par-
8/28/2017 make the conservancy friendly ticipate in the morning and an- Volunteer hosts are still
6:30 PM Pleasant View Golf Course Advisory Committee C do, John Daly told Colleen needed to; welcome partici-
Knudson, a program director at to all age groups. other 15 in the afternoon of that
6:30 PMPublic Works Committee B Another UW collaborative same day. Wheelchair-bound pants at the Glen; help with
6:30 PMCommission on Youth CC Attic Angels on Old Sauk Road trolley boarding and disem-
and fellow member of the SAC. effort is with its School of Nurs- people are included in the pop-
ing. Katie Mead, a Ph.D candi- ulation being served. The small barking; and at sites within the
8/29/2017 Timing is everything. Less conservancy. If youd like to
than 24 hours after that conver- group size is intended to maxi-
6:00 PM Finance Committee Review of CIP CC mize the engagement of all par- help please contact Anne
sation, Knudson found one that Boucher at
suited their mission. She con- ticipants.
Middleton Glen agreed to co- anne_boucher@yahoo.com.

MARIA
tacted Daly with information
about the Helen C. Bader Phi- host the events. There is a brief
From page 1
lanthropy fund of Milwaukee. welcome and introduction of
Bader Philanthropies is a
had her teddy bear at her helped her through so many well-known group with a num-
side. tough times, once again came to ber of human interest projects.
Advertisers:
Baliker has spent much of the rescue. A new initiative, in 2016, en-
her adult life working in health- My teddy bear, even when I couraged grant applications for
Remember to
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aspiring writers at the Middle- with me, Baliker explains. I
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Middleton rolls into the postseason


@robreischel
www.MiddletonTimes.com

29ers host
Waunakee
not going to win.
every Middleton starter
recorded at least one hit, one of

on Sunday
which was a three-run home
run by Kevin Dubler that
knocked Peternell from the
game and made it a 10-3 game
by ADAM HATLAN in the fifth inning.
For the Times-Tribune Ashton had nine total hits,
led by Derek Rothwell and
The Middleton 29ers look Kyle Clapper with two each.
poised and playoff ready. We talked about it earlier
Just ask the Ashton As. and said were going to come
Brandon Scheidler hit a in and treat (today) like a play-
grand slam, Alec Morrison off game, Hellenbrand said.
shined on the mound, and the Offensively, we put the ball in
29ers finished their Home play. I thought Morrison and
Talent regular season on a high (Drew) Farrell threw well
note, traveling to division rival today. Defensively we strug-
Ashton and beating them hand- gled. We just have to improve
ily, 17-5, on Sunday. on that and I think well be
Middleton and Ashton, both OK.
in the Northern eastern Middleton enters as the
Division of the Home Talent postseason as the No. 1 seed
league, finished their regular and will host eighth-seeded
seasons with records of 14-2 Waunakee Sunday at 1 p.m.
and 9-7, respectively. Middleton has defeated
Schiedler was one of the Waunakee twice this season,
stars for Middleton, dealing a
Times-Tribune photo by Mary Langenfeld
outscoring it, 15-4, over the
gut-punch to Ashton by blast- Andrew Zimmerman and Middletons Home Talent League team carry a 14-2 record into the postseason. two contests.
ing a two-out grand slam in the Middleton outscored oppo-
second inning that gave the nents by a margin of 168-54 on
Scheidlers home run was an really started to get back and Ashton starting pitcher Ashtons Derek Prochaska

Against
29ers an early cushion they the year. Middleton currently
important one. hit his stride again. For him to Kevin Peternell took the loss summed up the game for the has six hitters batting over
wouldnt relinquish. When Brandon hit that one do that today and play the way after tossing 4 2/3 innings As.
I just went up there think- .300, with a team batting aver-
and it got out, I thought we had that he did was great. while allowing 12 runs (nine Peternell threw strikes age of .338.
ing base-hit up the middle. good things coming forward, Morrison was efficient on earned). we couldnt catch fly balls,
Sometimes you just hit it better Drew Farrell will likely be
Hellenbrand said. That (hit) the mound for Middleton, Ashtons defense was couldnt pick up ground balls, asked to anchor the pitching
than you think, Scheidler said was huge for (Scheidler). Hes notching the win after hurling plagued by five errors that led they hit the ball, Prochaska
of the grand slam. staff, while Alec Morrison and
been struggling as of late, but five innings and allowing three to five unearned runs for their said. You give extra outs to a Jeff Schafer figure to work
Middleton manager in the last couple weeks, hes earned runs. pitching staff. team like Middleton, youre

all odds
Brandon Hellenbrand knew HTL, page 16

Chiara Bauer overcomes epilepsy,


paralysis and has big year for Gators
by DENNIS SEMRAU has a bubbly personality and so hard and is such an inspira-
For the Times-Tribune is as active as any other 8- tion, especially to the little
year-old. kids.
Competing in the 56th But for Bauer, who was Bauer was all smiles after
annual All-City Swimming diagnosed with epilepsy near- she competed in the 100-
and Diving meet wasnt a new ly two years ago, it was noth- meter medley relay, 25-meter
experience for Chiara Bauer ing short of a miracle that she freestyle, 25-meter backstroke
last week. was even swimming follow- and 100-meter freestyle relay
It was Bauers third time ing complications from sur- in the 8-and-under age group
competing for the Middleton gery last winter. at the All-City meet on Friday.
Gators swimming program in It left Chiara more or less I was yelling loud, Go
the event, which was held for without feeling and without Chiara. Her dad, Matt, was
the first time since 1964 at ability to control or function next to me and we were doing
Maple Bluff Country Club muscles on the right side of the dog bark, Ress said with
and attracted a record 2,000- her body, said Dino Ress, an a big grin. It was fun to
plus competitors. announcer for the Gators watch her. She was swim-
I love to swim. This is my home meets and whose ming, really, really, hard. To
favorite meet, said Bauer, daughter, Zoe, met Chiara see her in the pool, was like
who will be in third grade at while taking swimming les- Wow.
sons.
Hard road to travel
elm Lawn elementary School
this fall. I like their pool. Its She wasnt supposed to
warmer. make it back into the pool this Chiara Bauer was diag-
summer, but has shown a
Photo submitted
Armed with piercing blue
eyes and a quick smile, Bauer remarkable recovery. She tries BAUER, page 10 Chiara Bauer has overcome epilepsy to have a terrific year for the Middleton Gators.
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For Active Seniors


News from Middleton Senior Center 7448 Hubbard Ave.,
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MIDDLETON management services, on Tuesday, August 1st gust 29th, at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 22nd, at on Mah Jongg and Rummy.
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Yes, You Can Join Us! on Wheels. For additional 15th, at 10:00 a.m. Sheet a.m. and stay for BINGO. We can always use help
If you are age 55 or older, information contact the music is provided. Mary with folding, assembling Joy of Journaling
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programs at the Middleton at 831-2373. Jeatran lead this group as Mending is offered on the labels. Doors of the and have the ability to
Senior Center. You do not well as accompanying on second Tuesday of each Senior Center will be change and transform our
have to live in the City of SingAlong the piano. month. Morning appoint- open at 8:00 a.m. and as- lifes experiences. Please
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Call us to August 1st. No reservation Thursday your journaling. No writing
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Kapp honored
Photo submitted

Middleton boys lacrosse player Nathan Kapp recently earned all-American honors
and was named first-team all-state.
Kapp, a sophomore specialist, has played lacrosse since the third grade with the
Middleton Youth Lacrosse program. He started playing on travel teams when he was 10.
Kapp, who also received first-team all-conference honors this season, started for
Middletons varsity team in both his freshman and sophomore years. This season, Kapp
led the Cardinals in face off wins, ground balls and was named Middletons MVP.
In 2016, Kapp was the only person from Wisconsin to be invited to the Face Off
Academy's National Showcase in New Jersey. In addition, Kapp had a 4.0 grade point
average during his sophomore year and holds an overall GPA of 3.8.

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nosed with epilepsy when she Chiara. short period.
was six years old, following On the rebound Its been very rewarding Her strength from the
her first summer of swimming Before Chiara could even to see her progress from beginning of the season to
with the Gators. At first, her think about swimming, she where she started after her now is incredible, Kent said.
mother, erin, said doctors had had many obstacles to over- surgery to where she is now, I help her up on the (starting)
trouble getting her seizures come. Brus said. Having coached block. She can practically do
under control with medica- There were some prob- her before the surgery, I knew it on her own, but we still do it
tion. lems with her short-term how she learned and what her for balance and safety precau-
The first day she had a memory, and shes right-hand- dynamic was. I knew what she tions because the blocks are
seizure, she had 14 seizures. ed and still doesnt have the could do prior to her health pretty, high.
We brought her into the eR, dexterity in her right hand, issues. That was helpful infor- She cant get out of the
into the hospital and it was erin Bauer said. She had to mation when I was trying to pool herself, but she is work-
pretty dramatic, erin Bauer relearn everything with her develop these new lessons and ing up to that point. erin was
said. The doctor said to keep left hand which made com- gave me an idea of what to saying her physical therapist
doing what she was doing pleting writing assignments work towards. was real shocked at how much
because that was important pretty, challenging. progress shes made in such a
for her. So, she kept partici- The left side of the brain Back to competition short time.
pating in her usual activities is also important for speech. While Chiaras primary Kent said she has never
and school. At first, she couldnt talk at swimming goal was to rejoin coached a child who has had
erin Bauer said one possi- all. Now she is testing about the Gators team, erin Bauer such a significant setback at
bility discussed was to per- average for her age. She was said a co-worker told her such a young age and still had
form neurosurgery and probably a bit above average about additional opportunities a great attitude about it.
remove the area of her daugh- before, but she made a really for her daughter. She will never complain,
ters brain that was generating good comeback with that. At that point, Chiara had Kent said. We have to tell her
the seizures. When Chiara returned to had two lessons. But some- when we notice her stroke is
But that wasnt an option school, she also had to use a body at work cued me into the starting to fall apart when her
because the area that was pro- wheelchair to get around. Dairyland Games that were right her arm isnt coming out
ducing the seizures was But not for long. going to be held at Middleton of the pool as much. She
important for language, erin She wanted to keep up High School, erin Bauer wont take a break unless you
Bauer said. So, it was kind of with her friends, her mother said. tell her.
back to the drawing board. said. So, within a week of The Dairyland Games are We have an eight-lane
Bauer said the next idea being back at school she was the first and only regional pool and typically lane eight
was to implant a new device using a cane. That was a big event in Wisconsin where ath- is our fastest, most experi-
Photo submitted

similar to a pacemaker for the motivator. letes with physical and visual enced swimmers and one is Gators 8-and-under coach Andi Kent (left) talks with Chiara
brain for people for who But not as big as Chiaras disabilities can qualify for the the kids who are still really Bauer during last weeks All-City meet.
have seizures that detects desire to get back in the pool. Adaptive Sports USA Junior just getting their strokes
the seizure before it manifests When she was in the hos- Nationals, which were held down. Chiara has been in lane play in the pool. So, were good.
itself and essentially zaps the pital, one of her therapists July 13-22 also at Middleton six all season. She has been absolutely thrilled that she is Swimming is what has
brain to stop that from hap- arranged for her to get into the High School. pretty much up there with the swimming at all and swim- helped make this possible.
pening. aqua-therapy tank. She was We werent sure if she pack doing everything that ming pretty, well. We think Were thinking of having her
First, though, doctors need- just so excited about it. She would be able to compete, but she can do, which is pretty shes pretty, special. join one of the main clubs. Its
ed to pinpoint where Chiaras just loved that, her father, we got in touch with event cool. Chiara looked up from a pretty clear this has been real
seizures were coming from. Matt Bauer, said. coordinator, Mikayla Scott, coloring book she was work- useful for her.
That included attaching elec- Just being able to be in the and got Chiara signed up, Successful summer ing on and smiled. Since Chiaras birthday
trodes into the brain, monitor- water was a true delight to erin Bauer said. We thought Chiara competed in the She was determined she falls after the June 1 cut-off
ing her in the hospital for a her, and doing (physical thera- it would be fun if she could Adaptive Sports USA Junior was going to do it, Matt said date, she will be able to com-
week or so, and watching her py) in there was so fun for her, qualify for this national meet Nationals, where she was the of his daughter continuing her pete one more year in the 8-
have seizures and figuring out she forgot that it was work. in the summer. youngest swimmer in her age passion for swimming. When and-under age group,
where they were coming After Chiara returned home Chiara competed in the group and placed first in the she sets her mind to it, shes although she will turn nine
from. from the hospital, her parents Dairyland Games the first backstroke and freestyle. pretty hard to convince other- during next season.
The procedure was per- remembered that Harbor weekend of May after But while relaxing in the wise. Thats served her well. But she is also looking for-
formed in the spring of 2016 Athletic Club had a warm shed been out of the hospital Middleton team tent at the Added erin Bauer: ward to her five-year-old
and again this past February. water pool, which they for about a month and All-City meet during a lunch Swimming every day has brother, elliott, joining her on
However, complications thought would be great for her made the times she needed to break on Friday, erin and been good for her rehab. She the team. Then she will get to
arose from the latest surgery. recovery. qualify for the Junior National Matt Bauer shared their joy at just enjoys being in the water share with him one of her
They were putting the It also opened the door for meet. watching Chiara compete in and being with her friends, favorite things to do after a
electrodes in and they hit a Chiara who loves to run She then rejoined the her final meet of the summer. doing the cheers and being meet.
blood vessel and that caused a and ski to get back to her Gators team, which began In the hospital, the physi- part of the team. My favorite event is the
major bleed. It was essentially favorite sport. practice the week after cal therapist, who I would say Matt Bauer said Chiara still freestyle relay, Chiara said.
a stroke, a hemorrhage, erin I wasnt planning for her Memorial Day. is a pretty optimistic person, has an occasional seizure. But I love to give elliott a
Bauer said. She was in the to do swim team, erin Bauer Andi Kent, who has served said No competitive swim- Before, she typically had hug and a kiss after the meet,
intensive care unit for about a said. I talked to her physical as the Gators 8-and-under ming is going to be happening one every week or two and a big wet hug.
week. They basically had her therapist in the hospital and coach for the past five years, this summer, erin said shak- shes had three since
in a medically-induced coma she said No, that wasnt said Chiara has made a sur- ing her head. February, Matt Bauer said.
to rest her brain. going to happen. She wasnt prising recovery in such a She said, You guys can They seem to be not as
erin Bauer said that when going to be able to swim. But severe also. So, thats all
Chiara woke up in the hospi- I didnt tell Chiara that.
tal, she was unable to speak or But when Chiara got in the
sit up. Her bleeding was on pool at the Harbor Athletic
the left side of her brain, so Club, she started practicing
she was unable to move the her strokes.
right side of her body at all. So her parents contacted
That didnt prevent Chiara Michael Brus, an instructor at
as soon as she was able Harbor Athletic Club, who
from asking her parents when had been one of Chiaras pre-
she could sign up for the vious swimming teachers and
Gators swimming team again. signed up for some private
They have comfy warm- lessons.
ups for swimming and we I thought if nothing else,
brought those to the hospital, it would be PT for her, but he
erin Bauer said. She wore got her back into swimming,
her Gators warm-ups a lot, erin Bauer said.
and it got her thinking about Brus said just getting back
swimming and wanting to get in the pool after the surgery
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Stingrays win conference meet


The Cross Plains Stingrays 7. Ava Halanski 42.37 8. ella Halanski 28.30 (Ashlyn Phaneuf, Irene Wright, Boys 9-10 50 Meter Breast Boys 13-14 50 Meter Free
won the conference meet last 15. Grace Anderson 51.81 Girls 13-14 200 Meter eleanor Chomiak, Tryn 4. eli Knutowski 47.62 3. Nick Hinz 23.77
Saturday and Sunday. Girls 9-10 200 Meter Free Free Peterson) 10. Liam Mair 52.04 15. Cole Hagen 28.85
Cross Plains notched 2,690 Relay 1. Kaitlyn Peters 1:58.43 8. Cross Plains B 1:53.53 14. Duke Allen 55.63 Boys 13-14 200 Meter Free
points to edge runner-up Sun 5. Cross Plains A 2:32.78 4. Rylie Bauman 2:07.39 (Ashley Flad, Cheyanne Boys 9-10 50 Meter Fly 7. Ian Bohachek 2:04.19
Prairie (2,513) at the eight team (Addie Dorn, Grace Anderson, 8. Lauryn Abozeid 2:19.24 Bodenstein, emma Hinz, 2. Tony Peters 36.78 11. erik Peterson 2:14.68
meet. Mount Horeb was third ella Duzan, Izzy ensenberger) Girls 13-14 50 Meter Back Lauren Jensen) 11. Jack Johnson 45.90 15. Mark Virnig 2:30.41
(1,734), followed by Sauk 12. Cross Plains B 2:59.01 1. Kaitlyn Peters 28.68 Girls 15-18 200 Meter 14. Duke Allen 52.40 Boys 13-14 50 Meter Back
Prairie (1,647.50), Baraboo (Sloane Hanson, Lydia Taylor, 6. Lauryn Abozeid 31.73 Medley Relay Boys 9-10 200 Meter Free 10. erik Peterson 32.89
(1,557.50), Spring Green Halli Hagen, Anna Oramous) 12. emma Flad 34.73 1. Cross Plains A 1:51.14 Relay 16. Cole Hagen 37.58
(1,350), Wisconsin Dells (870) Girls 9-10 200 Meter Girls 13-14 100 Meter IM (Nicole McCue, Lauren 5. Cross Plains A 2:38.08 Boys 13-14 100 Meter IM
and Mazomanie (685). Medley Relay 5. Serena Haack 1:08.20 Jensen, Hannah Aegerter, (Nate Zimmerman, Duke 5. Nick Hinz 1:03.47
7. Cross Plains A 2:48.38 8. ella Halanski 1:11.24 Makenna Licking) Allen, eli Knutowski, Jack 8. Ian Bohachek 1:04.71
Girls 8&U 25 Meter Free (Shelby ehlke, Grace 9. Brianna Acker 1:09.98 5. Cross Plains B 2:03.95 Johnson) Boys 13-14 50 Meter
7. Rian Jost 20.28 Anderson, Ava Halanski, Girls 13-14 50 Meter (Ashlyn Phaneuf, Shae-Lynn 8. Cross Plains B 2:54.91 Breast
8. Maureen Spann 20.70 Mallory Peters) Breast Kruchten, eleanor Chomiak, (Ian Johnson, Griffin Bauman, 4. Ian Bohachek 32.83
11. ellie Roenneburg 19.96 9. Cross Plains B 3:04.80 3. Serena Haack 34.49 Irene Wright) Sam Zanton, Karl Schaefer) 8. eli Duzan 34.92
Girls 8&U 50 Meter Free (Addie Dorn, ella Duzan, 13. ella Halanski 38.60 Boys 8&U 25 Meter Free Boys 9-10 200 Meter 15. Mark Virnig 40.95
6. Addison Haack 43.83 Sloane Hanson, Anna 15. Abby Gessler 39.54 3. evan Myers 16.68 Medley Relay Boys 13-14 50 Meter Fly
7. Rian Jost 44.15 Oramous) Girls 13-14 50 Meter Fly 4. Cahner Vitense 16.77 1. Cross Plains A 2:35.80 3. Nick Hinz 26.39
12. Maureen Spann 48.60 Girls 11-12 50 Meter Free 1. Kaitlyn Peters 27.62 12. Roman Blaha 20.09 (Liam Mair, Caden Van Buren, 14. erik Peterson 33.26
Girls 8&U 25 Meter Back 1. ella Needham 26.05 3. Serena Haack 29.08 Boys 8&U 50 Meter Free Tony Peters, Nate Zimmerman) 16. eli Duzan 37.78
2. Addison Haack 20.76 3. Abby Utter 27.10 4. Brianna Acker 29.35 3. evan Myers 39.14 6. Cross Plains B 3:14.14 Boys 13-14 200 Meter Free
10. ellie Roenneburg 25.05 6. Abby ensenberger 28.50 Girls 13-14 200 Meter 5. Roman Blaha 42.40 (Aiden Riley, eli Knutowski, Relay
14. Piper Kraemer 26.10 Girls 11-12 100 Meter Free Free Relay 8. Henry Zanton 47.47 Duke Allen, Karl Schaefer) 3. Cross Plains A 1:45.80
Girls 8&U 25 Meter 1. ella Needham 58.51 1. Cross Plains A 1:45.39 Boys 8&U 25 Meter Back Boys 11-12 50 Meter Free (Ian Bohachek, Cole Hagen,
Breast 3. Abby ensenberger (Rylie Bauman, Brianna Acker, 3. Cahner Vitense 22.49 2. Henry Bohachek 28.96 erik Peterson, Nick Hinz)
3. Sophia Bonti 26.39 1:02.69 ella Halanski, Kaitlyn Peters) 8. Bryce Pape 24.73 4. Ryan Roenneburg 29.40 Boys 15-18 50 Meter Free
6. ellie Roenneburg 28.18 4. Sydney Knutowski 4. Cross Plains B 1:54.90 10. Adam Bernd 25.18 7. Cowan Vitense 30.46 3. Jacob Aegerter 22.12
Girls 8&U 25 Meter Fly 1:03.87 (Lauryn Abozeid, Halle ehlke, Boys 8&U 25 Meter Breast Boys 11-12 100 Meter Free 10. erick Grelle 23.68
5. Addison Haack 20.89 Girls 11-12 50 Meter Back emma Flad, Madeline 1. Cahner Vitense 21.64 3. Ryan Roenneburg Boys 15-18 200 Meter Free
6. Miri Spahn 21.64 1. Lily Mair 30.72 Phaneuf) 6. Peter Francois 23.94 1:06.98 1. Jacob Aegerter 1:46.52
9. Piper Kraemer 24.34 4. Abby Utter 33.47 Girls 13-14 200 Meter 8. Henry Zanton 24.40 4. Kristian Peterson 1:07.09 4. Forrest Peterson 1:53.21
Girls 8&U 100 Meter Free 9. Lainie Laszewski 36.01 Medley Relay Boys 8&U 25 Meter Fly 5. Cowan Vitense 1:08.55 5. Max Hollfelder 1:53.46
Relay Girls 11-12 100 Meter IM 2. Cross Plains A 2:02.30 2. evan Myers 20.11 Boys 11-12 50 Meter Back Boys 15-18 50 Meter Back
4. Cross Plains A 1:27.65 2. ella Needham 1:06.67 (Lauryn Abozeid, Serena 12. Morgan Dorsey 30.18 1. Ian Richardson 32.34 3. erick Grelle 25.98
(Maureen Spann, Piper 3. Lily Mair 1:09.13 Haack, Madeline Phaneuf, Boys 8&U 100 Meter Free 3. Harry Anderson 34.66 6. Forrest Peterson 27.23
Kraemer, Sophia Bonti, Rian 6. Annika Van Buren Rylie Bauman) Relay 5. Henry Bohachek 35.55 8. John Virnig 28.48
Jost) 1:12.80 9. Cross Plains B 2:17.86 1. Cross Plains A 1:17.15 Boys 11-12 100 Meter IM Boys 15-18 100 Meter IM
8. Cross Plains B 1:40.86 Girls 11-12 50 Meter (emma Flad, Abby Gessler, (evan Myers, Henry Zanton, 2. Ian Richardson 1:15.20 2. Jacob Aegerter 54.63
(Miri Spahn, Madison Clooten, Breast Halle ehlke, Bethany Ott) Cahner Vitense, Roman Blaha) 3. Kristian Peterson 1:15.74 5. Max Hollfelder 58.54
Ruby Clooten, Ashlyn Riley) 2. Abby ensenberger 35.23 Girls 15-18 50 Meter Free 4. Cross Plains B 1:36.13 7. Harry Anderson 1:24.20 7. Tim Utter 1:00.11
Girls 8&U 100 Meter 3. Sydney Knutowski 36.37 2. Makenna Licking 24.74 (Morgan Dorsey, Isaac Boys 11-12 50 Meter Boys 15-18 50 Meter
Medley Relay 4. Annika Van Buren 36.70 5. Nicole McCue 25.76 Richardson, Bryce Pape, Peter Breast Breast
2. Cross Plains A 1:31.06 Girls 11-12 50 Meter Fly 13. Ashlyn Phaneuf 27.09 Francois) 3. Kristian Peterson 39.39 4. Tom McGovern 29.35
(Addison Haack, Sophia Bonti, 5. Sydney Knutowski 31.32 Girls 15-18 200 Meter Boys 8&U 100 Meter 4. Ryan Roenneburg 40.60 5. Jay Sullivan 30.08
Miri Spahn, ellie Roenneburg) 7. Lily Mair 31.73 Free Medley Relay 6. Cowan Vitense 41.17 6. Sam Gessler 30.89
6. Cross Plains B 1:41.21 8. Abby Utter 32.17 1. Hannah Aegerter 1:54.49 3. Cross Plains A 1:37.58 Boys 11-12 50 Meter Fly Boys 15-18 50 Meter Fly
(Maureen Spann, Ruby Girls 11-12 200 Meter Free 4. Nicole McCue 2:04.81 (Bryce Pape, Henry Zanton, 1. Ian Richardson 31.38 3. Forrest Peterson 24.40
Clooten, Piper Kraemer, Rian Relay 7. Ashlyn Phaneuf 2:13.74 Adam Bernd, Roman Blaha) 3. Henry Bohachek 33.72 6. Jacob Trepczyk 25.93
Jost) 2. Cross Plains A 1:58.79 Girls 15-18 50 Meter Back 6. Cross Plains B 2:02.69 5. Justin Kalsbeek 34.72 10. John Virnig 26.58
Girls 9-10 50 Meter Free (Grace Zimmerman, Lainie 2. Hannah Aegerter 28.67 (Freddie Cupelli, Peter Boys 11-12 200 Meter Free Boys 15-18 200 Meter Free
2. Izzy ensenberger 32.33 Laszewski, ellie eisele, Abby 3. Tryn Peterson 28.79 Francois, Morgan Dorsey, Relay Relay
4. Ava Halanski 34.01 Utter) 5. Nicole McCue 28.92 Isaac Richardson) 2. Cross Plains A 2:06.17 2. Cross Plains A 1:29.79
16. Mallory Peters 37.56 8. Cross Plains B 2:15.22 Girls 15-18 100 Meter IM Boys 9-10 50 Meter Free (Harry Anderson, Ryan (Max Hollfelder, Tim Utter,
Girls 9-10 100 Meter Free (elaina Phaneuf, Amber 1. Makenna Licking 1:00.67 1. Caden Van Buren 28.47 Roenneburg, Noah Dorn, Kyle erick Grelle, Jacob Aegerter)
10. Addie Dorn 1:21.57 Haack, Cara Biodrowski, 9. Tryn Peterson 1:07.03 7. Liam Mair 35.02 Pape) 4. Cross Plains B 1:36.18
12. Mallory Peters 1:23.11 Stevee Kraemer) 14. Ashley Flad 1:10.18 13. Nate Zimmerman 39.44 6. Cross Plains B 2:27.07 (Owen Roenneburg, John
Girls 9-10 50 Meter Back Girls 11-12 200 Meter Girls 15-18 50 Meter Boys 9-10 100 Meter Free (Kyler Mahoney, Zack Virnig, Sam Gessler, Tom
13. Shelby ehlke 44.82 Medley Relay Breast 1. Caden Van Buren 1:04.38 Stoecker, James Miller, Justin McGovern)
15. Addie Dorn 45.30 1. Cross Plains A 2:03.50 2. Makenna Licking 32.25 4. Tony Peters 1:14.90 Kalsbeek) Boys 15-18 200 Meter
16. Mallory Peters 46.62 (Lily Mair, Abby ensenberger, 3. Lauren Jensen 33.14 14. Nate Zimmerman Boys 11-12 200 Meter Medley Relay
Girls 9-10 100 Meter IM Sydney Knutowski, ella 10. Shae-Lynn Kruchten 1:28.75 Medley Relay 2. Cross Plains A 1:41.97
4. Izzy ensenberger 1:24.59 Needham) 35.76 Boys 9-10 50 Meter Back 1. Cross Plains A 2:15.01 (erick Grelle, Tom McGovern,
8. Ava Halanski 1:29.72 6. Cross Plains B 2:16.45 Girls 15-18 50 Meter Fly 3. Liam Mair 39.65 (Ian Richardson, Kristian Forrest Peterson, Parker Van
13. Shelby ehlke 1:41.14 (Lainie Laszewski, Annika Van 2. Hannah Aegerter 26.72 5. Jack Johnson 41.44 Peterson, Henry Bohachek, Buren)
Girls 9-10 50 Meter Breast Buren, Grace Zimmerman, 5. Tryn Peterson 27.85 11. eli Knutowski 48.90 Cowan Vitense) 3. Cross Plains B 1:48.39
3. Izzy ensenberger 43.94 ellie eisele) 9. eleanor Chomiak 28.93 Boys 9-10 100 Meter IM 4. Cross Plains B 2:29.54 (John Virnig, Jay Sullivan,
11. Grace Anderson 47.77 Girls 13-14 50 Meter Free Girls 15-18 200 Meter 1. Caden Van Buren 1:12.80 (Harry Anderson, Noah Dorn, Jacob Trepczyk, Tim Utter)
13. ella Duzan 48.50 2. Rylie Bauman 26.08 Free Relay 2. Tony Peters 1:26.14 Justin Kalsbeek, Zack
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Gators second at All-City meet


The Middleton Gators fin- Taetem Martin taking fifth and the quartet of Sam Wolf, Ben
ished second at the 57th annual Tegan Kadow and Catherine Cutler-Heiderscheit, A.J.
All-City Swim and Dive Shepard swimming in the con- Charles and Miles Wagener
Championship held last solation heat. placed first in both the 200-
Thursday through Saturday at Grace Charles, Kiehl, Irene yard medley relay and the 200-
Maple Bluff Country Club. Lee, and Kadow finished first, yard freestyle relays. The four-
Thirteen teams from club second, fourth and sixth in the some also smashed All-City
pools around the Madison area championship race of the 25- records in both events.
competed in earnest for the yard breaststroke, with Tilly Individually, Wolf claimed
league title at the end of the Putney, Gianna Gabert and first place finishes in the 50-
summer swimming season. evelyn Mayer swimming in the yard freestyle and the 100-yard
This year, nearly 2,700 swim- consolation group for points. individual medley. Wolf also
mers competed in age groups Martin and Gabert scored broke the All-City records in
ranging from 3-18. points with consolation heat the 50-yard freestyle (27.80
Ridgewood won the event finishes in the 25-yard butterfly seconds) and the 100-yard IM
with 1,820.5 points. Middleton event. (1:10.59) after posting blazing
was second at 1,655.5, while Charles, Lee and Onopa times.
Seminole (1,627), Monona placed first, second and fifth in Charles was first and set a
(1,544.5) and Shorewood Hills the championship race in the new All-City record in the 50-
(1,258) rounded out the top 100-yard individual medley yard backstroke in a time of
five. with Charles setting a new 33.81 seconds. Charles also
I think the biggest chal- course record in the event in a finished in the 50-yard butter-
lenge this year was the number time of 1:26.55. fly.
of swimmers we took on, In the boys 8-and-under, espen Cutler-Heiderscheit notched
Middleton coach Lauren Morner finished fourth in the third place finishes in the 50-
Cabalka said. This was the 25-yard breaststroke and sixth yard freestyle and the 50-yard
biggest team we have ever had, in the 100-yard individual backstroke, while Miles
including many new swim- medley. Sisay Blust con- Wagener added a third place
mers.It took us a bit longer to tributed points in consolation finish in the 50-yard butterfly
learn where our strengths and finishes in the 25-yard freestyle and fourth place in the 50-yard
areas for growth were, but once and butterfly events. breaststroke.
we did, we were unstoppable. In the 9-10 girls, Audrey Other noteworthy perform-
Photo submitted

Middleton took first place in Middletons Jane Garlock, Tegan Kadow, Zo Ress and Bryn Sundell were all smiles at the All- Alexander finished third in the ances from this age group
the 8-and-under girls and 9-10 City meet last week. 50 yard-freestyle and eighth in included Colin Gabert (fifth
boys age groups, and finished the 50-yard backstroke. Annika place, 100-yard individual
second in 11-12 boys and 13- deep when we needed it most, nothing behind. We are so ished first, second and third Diny was first in the 50-yard medley; seventh place, breast-
14 boys age groups. The 8-and- Cabalka said. They worked proud of this team. respectively in the 25-yard backstroke and set a new stroke), Luke Chandler and
under girls age group scored hard all season to improve and The Gators 8-and-under freestyle, while Katherine course record, and also added a William Garlock (consolation
the most points of any other perfect their race elements and girls put on a show. The A and Nelson and Mallak Gad also fifth place finish in the 100- finishes).
age group in the competition came ready to race this week- B teams took second and third made the consolation race for yard individual medley. Kyra In the 11-12 girls, the Gator
(320). end. A second place finish in the 100 yard medley relay. points. Sundell and Garlock Woodall added a fifth place fin- A team notched a fourth place
It just shows how our shows that we were able to per- Individually, Clara Kiehl, also placed second and third in ish in the 50-yard breaststroke. finish in the 200-yard freestyle
swimmers were able to dig form to our ability and leave Jane Garlock and Onopa fin- the 25-yard backstroke with In the boys 9-10 division,
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Bluebirds tryouts
continued from page 12

relay. Individually, Ryanne tively, in the championship Lamers close out the season for was third in the 100-yard The Middleton Bluebirds basketball program will hold a try-
Roodall was third in both the heat of the 100-yard individual this group with a first place fin- breaststroke and fourth in the out for any District student interested in playing on their eighth-
50-yard freestyle and the 100- medley. Lamers also finished ish and new course record in 200-yard individual medley. grade girls basketball team in 2017-18.
yard individual medley. fifth in the 50-yard butterfly. the 50-yard butterfly. Luke Delaney added a fifth There is no cost to attend, but players are expected to attend
Natalie Charles showed ella Graf was second in the The 15-19-year-old girls place finish in the 100-yard both tryout dates. The tryouts will be held from 7 to 8:30
poise with a second place fin- 100-yard backstroke and fifth notched a third place finish in butterfly. p.m. on Aug. 16 and 17 at Glacier Creek Middle School in
ish in the 50-yard breaststroke in the 100-yard individual the 200-yard freestyle relay. I would just say Thank Cross Plains.
and a fourth place finish in the medley in the 13-14 girls. Led by Cora Mack, C.J. you to all of our swimmers, If you have questions, please call Kendall Dahmen at608-
100-yard individual medley. Molly Haag, Melanie Golden Hippen, Berkley Smith and families and coaches, Cabalka 219-1611.
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in the 50-yard breaststroke,
while Annabeth Reihl was
consolation heat finishes,
which helped the Gators notch
on to experience success in the
individual events as well.
a team of this size together.
It can be difficult to have a
City Golf Championships
sixth in the 50-yard butterfly. points. Hippen finished seventh in community feel when you are The Middleton City Golf Championship will be held
The boys 11-12 group fin- In the boys 13-14 division, the 100-yard freestyle, while not a private pool, but this team Saturday and Sunday at Pleasant View Golf Course.
ished fourth in the 200-yard the A team was first and sec- Mack placed ninth. Hippen has never felt like a team of Tee times will begin at 7 a.m. each day. Golfers will play the
freestyle relay. Jack Alexander ond in the 200-yard freestyle added an eighth place finish in 300-plus (swimmers). We Woods/Lake course on Saturday and Woods/Prairie on Sunday.
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Theo Wolf notched a third teammate Owen Mosley was In the 15-19-year-old boys make being a Gator feel like Jeremy Cabalka atjcabalka@golfpleasantview.com.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


REQUEST FOR REZONING LEGAL NOTICE
CITY OF MIDDLETON ZONING ORDINANCE The City of Middleton has
To Whom It May Concern: declared as surplus a list of
At a meeting of the Plan Commission to be held on Tuesday, 341 items, and intends to sell
the equipment through
BRICK )36*2:;65,
August 22, 2017, at 7:15 pm, at Middleton City Hall, 7426
Hubbard Ave., Middleton, the following matter will be heard: Wisconsin Surplus Online
Auction. Interested parties
*/045,@-09,73(*,
An application by Thomas Goff requesting a rezoning of 2105
/0:;690*(39,:;69(;065 N. Gateway St. from Single Family Residential (R-1) to Planned can find a complete list of the
Development District Infill (PDD-I). This land is legally items available at www.mid-
described as follows: dletonpd.com.
608-437-7367 PARCEL A 2105 N GATEWAY ST Interested parties wishing
to find more information and
Your Complete Family kirchmasonry.com HEIMS WOODS LOT 5
Tax ID No.: 255/0708-124-2145-3 enter bids may do so online at

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PARCEL B - www.WisconsinSurplus.com.
2313 Parmenter Street
HEIMS WOODS LOT 4 Middleton Publish: 7/27/17, 8/3/17,
IMPLEMENT CO. INC. Tax ID No.: 255/0708-124-2134-6 8/10/17 WNAXLP
The purpose of the proposed rezoning is to accommodate 7
608-827-9681
single family lots on approximately 1.04 acres (45,123 sq.ft.) of
land.
At the hearing, all interested persons will have an opportunity NOTICE
to be heard, and final action will be considered. Please take note that the City of Middleton enacted the follow-
More information about this request is available at City Hall ing Ordinance on July 18, 2017.
during normal business hours, 7:45 am to 4:30 pm, Monday Ordinance to Update Statutory References. This ordinance
through Friday. Ph. 821-8370 E-mail:
(Full time shoe repair)
amends section 30.01(1) of the Middleton Code of Ordinances.
mopitz@cityofmiddleton.us Full text of the above ordinance may be obtained at the City
Black Earth, WI 1113 Main St., Cross Plains
MARK OPITZ Clerks office at 7426 Hubbard Avenue. Clerks Phone: 608-821-
608-767-3447 608-231-4445 798-3371 1-888-210-6418
Assistant Planning Director/Zoning Administrator 8350.
Monday-Friday 9-8 www.kalscheur.com
Saturday 9-5 Sunday 10-5 kalimp@chorus.net
Publish: 8/3/17, 8/10/17 WNAXLP Publish: 8/3/17 WNAXLP
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
REQUEST FOR VARIANCE FROM
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF MIDDLETON ZONING ORDINANCE
To Whom It May Concern:
REQUEST FOR VARIANCE FROM REQUEST FOR AMENDMENT of GENERAL
The City of Middleton Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on CITY OF MIDDLETON FLOODPLAIN ZONING IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
Thursday, August 10, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., at Middleton City Hall, ORDINANCE To Whom It May Concern:
Conference Room B, to hold a public hearing and consider taking To Whom It May Concern: At a meeting of the Middleton Plan Commission to be held on
action on the following application for variances from the City of The City of Middleton Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 7:05 pm, at Middleton City Hall,
Middleton Zoning Ordinance: Thursday, August 10, 2017, at 7:10 p.m., at Middleton City Hall, 7426 Hubbard Ave., Middleton, the following matter will be heard:
1. 2327 Middleton Beach Road: Andrew Kydd requests vari- Conference Room B, to hold a public hearing and consider taking An application by Uptown Middleton, LLC requesting an
ances from the minimum side setback and building height regula- action on the following application for variance from the City of amendment to the Middleton Center General Implementation
tions to construct a second-story addition above an existing Middleton Floodplain Zoning Ordinance: Plan (GIP) for property currently addressed as 7609 & 7611
detached garage. From the right (south) side lot line, the 24 inch 1. 5901 Clarewood Court: Chuck Nahn, on behalf of Randy Elmwood Ave., 7507 Hubbard Ave., 1800 & 1818 Parmenter St.,
eaves would be set back 1.5 feet (3.5 feet to the foundation). The and Nancy Trachte, requests a variance from the Citys floodplain and 7600 Terrace Ave. This land is legally described as follows:
building height would be 20 feet to the midpoint of the highest zoning regulations to allow the construction of a residential addi- Lots One (1), Two (2), and Three (3), of Certified Survey Map
gable, with the roof peak remaining below the peak height of the tion whose foundation walls will be set back 8 feet from the edge No. 4787, as recorded in Volume 21 of Certified Maps, on Pages
residence. Sections 10.22(4)(g), 10.24 and 10.136(6) require a of the base flood elevation. Section 24.05(3) of the Citys 137-138, as Document No. 1904793, Dane County Registry, also
detached garage on this R1-zoned, narrow lot to be located at Floodplain Zoning Ordinance requires that the lowest floor level Lots One (1), and Two (2), of Certified Survey Map No. 5464, as
least 4 ft. 8 inches from a side lot line and no more than 15 feet of any new structure (excluding the basement or crawlway) shall recorded in Volume 25 of Certified Survey Maps, on Pages 11-12,
in height. be at or above the flood protection elevation on fill. The fill shall as Document No. 2064443, Dane County Registry, located in the
At the meeting, all interested persons will have an opportunity be one foot or more above the regional flood elevation extending NE - SW of Section 11, Township 07 North, Range 08 East,
to be heard and action will be considered. Application materials at least 15 feet beyond the limits of the structure. In other words, City of Middleton, Dane County, Wisconsin. Said description con-
are available for review at Middleton City Hall (7426 Hubbard the ordinance states that the building footprint must be surround- tains 130,457 square feet more or less.
Avenue, Middleton, WI 53562) during normal business hours ed by 15 feet of fill that is at least 1 foot or higher of base flood Tax Parcel No.s 255/0708-133-1872-8, 255/0708-133-1852-2,
(7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday), or on the Citys elevation. The proposed 8 ft. distance would apply to the north, 255/0708-133-1822-8, 255/0708-113-1881-7, and 255/0708-113-
website at: http://sire.cityofmiddleton.us/sirepub/meet.aspx. west and south sides of the addition. The east side of the struc- 1892-4.
MARK OPITZ ture would tie in with the existing grade that is already 1 ft. above The purpose of the proposed GIP amendment is to change
Assistant Planning Director & Zoning Administrator the base flood elevation. Both the existing structure and the site approximately 19,200 sq. ft. of office space in phase 2 of the proj-
Phone: (608) 821-8370 Email: mopitz@cityofmiddleton.us of the proposed addition have been removed from the 100 year ect to 14 apartments and allow up to 305 restaurant seats com-
floodplain through the provision of compensating volumes. bined for the three phases of the project. The amendment will
Publish: 8/3/17 WNAXLP also add parking lifts in both phase 1 and phase 3 of the project,
At the meeting, all interested persons will have an opportunity
to be heard and action will be considered. Application materials within the underground parking.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING are available for review at Middleton City Hall (7426 Hubbard At the hearing, all interested persons will have an opportunity
to be heard, and final action will be considered.
REQUEST FOR REZONING Avenue, Middleton, WI 53562) during normal business hours
More information about this request is available at City Hall
(7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday), or on the Citys
CITY OF MIDDLETON ZONING ORDINANCE website at: http://sire.cityofmiddleton.us/sirepub/meet.aspx. during normal business hours, 7:45 am to 4:30 pm, Monday
To Whom It May Concern: MARK OPITZ through Friday. Ph. 821-8370 E-mail:
At a meeting of the Plan Commission to be held on Tuesday, Assistant Planning Director & Zoning Administrator ekelley@cityofmiddleton.us.
August 22, 2017, at 7:30 pm, at Middleton City Hall, 7426 Phone: (608) 821-8370 Email: mopitz@cityofmiddleton.us EILEEN KELLEY
Hubbard Ave., Middleton, the following matter will be heard: Publish: 8/3/17 WNAXLP City Planning Director and Zoning Administrator
An application by JT Klein Company, Inc. requesting a rezon-
ing of 6620, 6624 and 6626 Century Ave., from Single Family Publish: 8/3/17, 8/10/17 WNAXLP
Residential (R-1) to Planned Development District General ADVERTISEMENT TO BID
Implementation Plan (PDD-GIP). This land is legally described PLEASANT VIEW ROAD: LEFT TURN BAY FOR PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
as follows: ETC AND BUS SHELTER
STATE OF WISCONSIN: CIRCUIT COURT:
PARCEL A 6620 Century Ave:
AND MARKET STREET PARKING LOT
PHEASANT BRANCH BLOCK 4 PRT MILL RESERVATION DANE COUNTY
BEG 33 FT N & 318.4 FT E OF INTERS C/LS DANE & BRIDGE PROJECT NO. 17-111 Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC,
STS TH DUE N 275 FT TO N LN SD MILL RESERVATION TH E CITY OF MIDDLETON, WI Plaintiff,
115 FT M/L TO CREEK TH ALG SD CREEK SLY TO N LN LOT The City of Middleton will receive Bids in electronic format only, vs.
2 BLOCK 4 PHEASANT BRANCH TH W TO NW COR SD LOT 2 through QuestCDN.com, for street and parking lot work, until James K. Warren; Phyllis L. Warren,
TH S ALG NW LN SD LOT 2 TO N LN BRIDGE ST TH WLY 102 11 a.m., Thursday, August 10, 2017, at which time they will be Defendants.
FT M/L TO POB EXC BEG AT ABV POB TH N 275 FT TO N LN publicly opened and read aloud. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
SD MILL RESERVATION TH ELY 57.5 FT TH SLY 284.8 FT TO The work includes the construction of a left turn bay on Case Number: 15CV2783
N LN BRIDGE ST & 51 FT E OF POB TH W 51 FT TO POB Pleasant View Road, bus shelter, 52-stall asphalt parking lot, con- CASE CODE: 30404
Tax ID No.: 255/0708-013-7371-3 crete sidewalk, storm sewer, lighting, landscaping, bioretention PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclo-
PARCEL B - 6624 Century Ave: basin, erosion control, traffic control, restoration, and other miscel- sure entered on May 26, 2016, in the amount of $ 206,625.85, the
PHEASANT BRANCH BLOCK 4 PRT LOT 1 AND MILL laneous items. Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows:
RESERVATION COM 318.4 FT E & 33 FT N OF INTS OF C/L Digital Bidding Documents are available at the City of Middleton ORIGINAL TIME: August 29, 2017 at 10:00AM
DANE & BRIDGE ST N 275 FT E 57.5 FT S 284.8 FT W 51 FT web site (www.ci.middleton.wi.us) or through the Quest TERMS: 1. 10% down in cash or money order at the time of sale;
TO POB Construction Data Network (www.questcdn.com). You may down- balance due within 10 days of confirmation of sale; failure to pay
Tax ID No.: 255/0708-013-7361-5 load the digital Bid Documents for Quest project #5273756 at a balance due will result in forfeiture of deposit to Plaintiff.
PARCEL C 6626 Century Ave: cost of $10. Please contact Quest at (952) 233-1632 or 2. Sold as is and subject to all legal liens and encumbrances.
PHEASANT BRANCH PRT MILL RESERVE BLOCK 4 DESCR info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registra- 3. Buyer to pay applicable Wisconsin Real Estate Transfer Tax
AS COM ON C/L OF BRIDGE ST AT PT 33.0 FT SWLY & 141.0 tion, downloading, and working with this digital project information. from the proceeds of the sale upon confirmation from the court.
FT SELY OF SE COR OF LOT 1 BLOCK 4 SD PLAT TH NELY AT The online bid form is also accessed through the QuestCDN web- PLACE: in Room 2002 of the Public Safety Building, 115 W. Doty
R < TO SD C/L TO NLY LN OF SD MILL RESERVATION TH ELY site. Street, Madison, WI
ALG SD NLY LN TO PT 219.4 FT SELY (MEAS AT R <) FROM There will be no pre-bid conference for this project. Property description: Lot 131, First Addition to Quarry Hill, in
SELY LN OF SD LOT 1 TH SWLY PARA TO SD SELY LN TO C/L No Bid will be received unless accompanied by a surety in a the City of Fitchburg, Dane County, Wisconsin.
OF BRIDGE ST TH NWLY ON SD C/L 78.4 FT TO POB form acceptable to the City equal to at least 5% of the maximum Tax Key No: 225/0609-152-0891-2
Tax ID No.: 255/0708-01307351-7 Bid, payable to the OWNER. See Instructions to Bidders on City Property Address: 2649 Mica Road, Fitchburg, WI 53711
The purpose of the proposed rezoning is to accommodate a website for details. Jack N. Zaharopoulos
single three-story apartment building with one floor of under- The City of Middleton reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, State Bar No. 1041503
ground parking and surface parking on 1.18 acres (51,400 sq.ft.) to waive any technicality, and to accept any Bid which it deems Attorney for Plaintiff
of land. advantageous. All Bids shall remain subject to acceptance for 120 North LaSalle Street
At the hearing, all interested persons will have an opportunity 85 days after the time set for receiving Bids (consisting of up to: Suite 1140
to be heard, and final action will be considered. 60 days for issuance of Notice of Award; 15 days for Contractor to Chicago, IL 60602
More information about this request is available at City Hall return signed agreements, bonds and insurance; and 10 days for (414) 937-5992
during normal business hours, 7:45 am to 4:30 pm, Monday City execution of agreement). Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (15 U.S.C.
through Friday. Ph. 821-8370 E-mail: mopitz@cityof- Contract award shall be made based on the lowest responsive Section 1692), we are required to state that we are attempting to
middleton.us and responsible Bidder. collect a debt on our clients behalf and any information we obtain
MARK OPITZ Published by the authority of the City of Middleton. will be used for that purpose.
Assistant Planning Director/Zoning Administrator Lorie J. Burns, City Clerk
Publish: 8/3/17, 8/10/17 WNAXLP Publish: 7/27/17, 8/3/17 WNALXP Publish: 7/20/17, 7/27/17, 8/3/17 WNAXLP
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from the bullpen. Ashton must shore up the each team winning on its home
Weve got three starters defense if it wants to make a diamond.
between Farrell, Morrison, and run, as evidenced by the five Cross Plains has had a roller
Schafer that we can throw out errors the As committed in coaster second half of the sea-
there any given day, Sundays game against son, winning four of its last six
Hellenbrand said. I feel pretty Middleton. games after losing four straight
good with our pitching. We can put up runs, in the middle of the year. The
For us, we dont care who Prochaska said. We just cant Businessmen turned their sea-
we play. We need to come and give teams extra outs and runs son around after beating
play the best game that we can. they dont earn. Middleton to snap a four-game
A whole new season starts on Seventh-seeded Black earth skid.
Sunday. Its win or go home. (8-8) will travel to face second- Said manager Randy
Ashton enters as the No. 4 seeded Sauk Prairie (13-3). Meinholz after the crucial win
seed and will host a game Black earth lost both of its versus Middleton: You start
against fifth-seeded games to Sauk Prairie this sea- believing that, Hey, maybe we
Mazomanie (8-8). Ashton split son by a combined score of 21- arent that good, [but] I kept
the season series with 2. telling the guys were as good
Mazomanie this season, win- The Bombers come limping as anyone in the league.
ning earlier in the year and los- into the playoffs having lost Cross Plains Will Doherty
ing its most recent game to the three straight games. Black finished the year with a .421
Mustangs. earth also has gone 28 innings batting average and had a 10-
Ashton had a solid second without scoring a run. game hitting streak in the mid-
half of the season, finishing 5-3 Weve proven most of the dle of the season. Drew
down the stretch, including season we can score runs, Meinholz batted .388 and will
wins over playoff teams Cross Bombers manager eric Duhr look to spark an offense that
Plains, Waunakee, Black earth, said after a recent loss to Cross seems to come up with the
and Reedsburg. Plains. Were in a little funk clutch hit on a regular basis.
Out of every team we right now. Kenny Allen leads a pitch-
might play, weve beat, Derek Black earth will look to ing staff that allowed 76 runs
Prochaska said. So we have leading hitters Marcus on the season, but only 14 over
confidence there. Caminiti (.379) and Danny the final six games. Jared Times-Tribune photo by Mary Langenfeld
The As feature two of the Watkins (.341) to attempt to Haack and Shane Murphy will
HTLs top hitters in Drew spark the offense. join Allen on the mound. Brennan Schmitt and Middletons Home Talent League team host Waunakee in the first round
Finley-Haag and Liam Black earth was outscored, Cross Plains could be a of the playoffs Sunday.
Belleveau. Finley-Haag is hit- 102-75, during the regular sea- tough out in the playoffs with
ting .500 on the year (26-for- son and will need to score some its timely hitting and pitching
52), while Belleveaus average runs if it hopes to advance. that led to its second half surge.
currently stands at .425 (17-of- One guy has to get that big Were getting clutch hits
40). hit for us, Duhr said. I know and weve shored up our
Ashton will count on hard- (the offense) will break out if defense, Meinholz said.
throwers Derrick Rothwell and we get that one big hit. Were making plays now,
Kevin Peternell to lead the Cross Plains (8-8) is seeded where we werent earlier in the
pitching staff. sixth and will travel to third- season. Its going to be a dog-
With Derrick and Kevin, seeded Reedsburg (11-5). fight until the end.
were solid pitching-wise, Cross Plains split the season All games are scheduled for
Prochaska said. series against Reedsburg, with Sunday at 1 p.m.