Plans for new downtown pizza place move forward

By 
DAN BENSON
Ozaukee Press Staff

While there’s no opening date set, a new pizza place in Saukville moved a step closer to reality last week with the submission of a certificate of compliance to the village Plan Commission from Mike Herbert, owner of Michaleno’s Pizza restaurant.

According to the documents filed by Herbert, the restaurant will employ two full-time workers and four part-time in the 1,000-square-foot space at the old “Bank” building on the village Triangle area.

Herbert said the restaurant will be carry-out and delivery only, with no inside seating, and be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week.

The business has just two parking spots, which Herbert called his “only concern.” He is trying to negotiate additional parking space from a next door apartment complex but so far he has been unsuccessful, he said.

Herbert owns two other pizza restaurants in West Bend and Kewaskum.

Herbert said he will be bringing signage to village planners to look at and will schedule building inspections within the next month.

“We’re looking forward to being part of this community,” he said.

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