Aldermen sworn in, council president named
Muskego aldermen Kert Harenda, Keith Werner, Neome Schaumberg and Noah Fielder were sworn into office April 21 at the Common Council organizational meeting.
Harenda and Schaumberg are serving their first term as aldermen.
Fiedler was elected council president and re-elected the council's Plan Commission representative.
Werner was elected council representative to the Little Muskego Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District.
Mayoral appointments to committees, boards and commissions also were made at the meeting.
Appointed to the Finance Committee are Mayor John Johnson, Werner, Fiedler and Alderwoman Tracy Snead.
Appointed to Public Utilities Committee are Alderman William Schneider, Harenda and Alderman Neil Borgman.
Appointed to the Public Works Committee are Snead, Schneider and Schaumberg.
Appointed to the Community Development Authority are Werner and Harenda.
Other appointments are Conservation Commission, Schaumberg; Library Board, Borgman; Parks and Recreation Board, Schaumberg; Future Parkland Committee, Fiedler; Emerald Park Committee, Fiedler; Metro Landfill Negotiating Committee, Fiedler; Mayor's Task Force on Economic Development, Werner; liaison to the Community Festival Committee, Snead; Senior Focus Committee, Schneider; Teen Advisory Board, Harenda; and Historical Society, Borgman.
Skate park users reminded of rules
With the return of warmer weather, Muskego Parks and Recreation Department officials are reminding users of the InPro skate park to follow the posted rules.
In past years there have been incidences of bad behavior at the park, and the Parks and Recreation Board has given the Muskego Parks and Recreation Department the authority to close the skate park for an indefinite period of time if there are problems.
InPro skate park is located at Moorland Park, S7105 Moorland Road. Hours are sunrise to sunset, and the park is closed when surfaces are wet or icy.
Protective gear such as helmet, shoes and shirt are required, and knee and elbow pads and wrist guards are strongly recommended. An adult must accompany children between the ages of 6 and 10; no children younger than 6 are allowed to use the facility.
Bikes are prohibited.
A complete list of the rules is posted at the park.
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