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Sept. 29 work day to celebrate Possibility Playground PDF Print E-mail
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Written by KRISTYN HALBIG ZIEHM   
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 18:47

    Five years ago, the greater Port Washington community came together to build a playground for children of all abilities.

    Hundreds of people raised almost $500,000, then spent six days constructing Possibility Playground in Upper Lake Park.

    Since then, thousands of youngsters and their families have come to the city to play on the playground.

    “There are so many kids who play there who weren’t even born when we built it,” said Mardy McGarry, whose dream of an accessible playground sparked a community movement.

    But to celebrate this milestone, organizers aren’t holding a huge party.

    Instead, they are closing the park to hold a work day starting at 8 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 29. Volunteers are asked to bring a dish to pass for a potluck dinner that will be held at the end of the day.

    The list of projects is long, but not impossible to accomplish for volunteers willing to spend some time, McGarry said.

    “We’ve got some big things that have to be done,” she said.

    They include replacing some deck boards on a ramp — the existing boards aren’t bad, but the new ones incorporate a game component, McGarry said — installing a message board and donation tube, doing touch-up painting and sprucing up the gardens.

    There’s also general sweeping and cleaning to be done, she said.

    “All these things take digging and concrete and power tools,” McGarry said. “We’re asking people to come and bring their rakes and brooms and tools to help us out.”

    They are also asking volunteers not to bring children, since it will be a serious work day, she said.

    The number of active members of the Friends of Possibility Playground has dwindled through the years, McGarry said, although the group has “an incredible” volunteer maintenance man in Dennis Jacoby.

    But there’s more work than he can do alone, she said.

    “If we get a group of people working together, it won’t take as long as it would otherwise,” McGarry said.

    Playground organizers are also asking the public to help them deal with the problem of people tearing up the specialized rubber surface of the playground.

    So far, they have had to patch the surface three times, McGarry said, primarily because of people walking on it with high heels and athletic spikes on their shoes.

    “It’s just destroying it,” she said, noting the $100,000 surface is supposed to last eight to 10 years.

    “We need to encourage people to take ownership of the park. If you see someone doing this, do something about it.”

    In addition to the anniversary celebration and work day, McGarry said, organizers are holding their final “buy a picket” fundraiser through the end of this year.

    There’s room for about 300 more engraved pickets on the fence, she said. The pickets each sell for $30, with proceeds going toward the park.

    Possibility Playground has turned out to be a true community gathering place, McGarry said.

    The playground has become known throughout the country, not just through word of mouth, but also through newspaper articles and even a story in Reader’s Digest, and this local, grassroots effort has inspired numerous other communities to replicate it.

    “It’s amazing how many people are duplicating this,” McGarry said.

    “A lot of people come here, see the kids playing and bring the idea home, saying, ‘We want to do a playground like they did in Port Washington.’”



 
Belgium farmer continues remarkable recovery PDF Print E-mail
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Written by CAROL POMEDAY   
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 18:19

Town man who survived baling accident impresses doctors with his fighting spirit

    Town of Belgium dairy farmer Matt Winker, who survived a horrific farm accident on Sept. 5, is making such a remarkable recovery that his doctors at Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa will start weaning him off the drugs that have kept him in a coma.

    Family members met Tuesday with a dozen doctors, nurses and others involved in Matt’s care.

    “I never saw so many doctors in one room before,” Matt’s father Tom Winker said. “They’re cautiously optimistic. They feel very good about how things are healing. They had him on so many drugs and they’re trying to take him off some of it to get him more alert, to sit up and be more active.”

    The infectious disease doctor is now questioning if Matt, 32, has a fungal infection in his left lung, which was punctured during the accident, Winker said.

    “He believes he would find the same thing in every farmer’s lungs because they are around it (the fungus) all the time,” Winker and his wife Holly said in an e-mail Tuesday night to family and friends.

    “We will wait for more tests, but that would be good news. He has a good immune system, which is a big plus at fighting this. He does have pneumonia in his right lung, but they are good at fighting that and showed no worry.”

    The doctors also said they believe Matt will have full lung function, but may have chronic back pain.

    Every day Matt has survived has been a gift from God, Winker said.

    “He’s just so lucky to be alive,” he said. “If it hadn’t been for the three people who were there and knew what to do, he wouldn’t be here. The Lord was definitely with him or he wouldn’t have made it this far.”

    On Sept 5, Matt was baling hay for his uncle Joe Ott at 5505 Six Mile Rd. Shortly after 4 p.m., the two men met in the field to switch tractors so Matt could go home.

    When he got off his tractor, Matt saw wire on the baler spool and reached in with his right arm to pull it out.

    At the same time, the hydraulic arm of the baler locked into the next bale, hit Winker’s arm and pulled him into the baler as the machine completed the cycle.

    “When it completed the cycle, it locked back into place and Matt’s body fell to the ground,” Winker said last week.

    The process took less than a minute,  he said.

    Ott’s wife Clare who was nearby applied pressure to the gaping wound on Matt’s back to try to slow the blood loss while her husband called 911.

    Mark Theisen, an emergency medical technician with the Belgium Fire Department who lives next door to Ott, arrived first.

    Theisen took one look at Matt and called for Flight for Life and the Port Washington Paramedic Unit, Winker said.

    “Those few things really, truly saved Matt’s life,” Winker said last week and repeated Tuesday.

    The Flight for Life helicopter landed in the field and a blood transfusion was started. Matt needed 34 units of blood.    

    Matt’s ribs were torn from his spine, the muscles along the spine were ripped and he had multiple rib fractures. Titanium rods were inserted into his back and two puncture wounds in his left lung were repaired on Sept. 5.

    Matt’s upper left arm, which was broken in several places, was set and is in a cast. His shoulder blades were also broken, but are expected to heal without surgery, Winker said.

    On Sept. 11, Matt underwent surgery to close the large wound in his back. Skin from the back of his legs was used for the graft.

    Matt, his wife Sarah and their daughters Maggie, 6, and Mikayla, 13, live at 6395 Six Mile Rd. The couple purchased the farm from Matt’s parents and have 165 milking cows.


 
City says yes to police plan for propane squad cars PDF Print E-mail
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Written by KRISTYN HALBIG ZIEHM   
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 18:17

Aldermen OK spending $26,800 to convert vehicles for long-term cost savings

    A proposal by the Port Washington Police Department to convert its squad cars to propane-fueled vehicles was approved Tuesday by the Common Council.

     Aldermen approved spending $26,800 to purchase a conversion kit and install a propane station at the Street Department garage.
 
   By approving the measure now, the city will ensure it receives a 30% credit for the dispensing station, officials said.

    Aldermen were effusive in their praise of the program, saying it is a cost-saving measure that will also help the city in its efforts to go green.

    “I think this is a great proposal,” Ald. Kevin Rudser said.

    Propane-fueled vehicles aren’t new, and certainly aren’t new to the field of law enforcement, said Capt. Mike Keller, who researched the proposal for the police department.

    “It’s a well-kept secret,” he said, noting the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department has been using propane-fueled squad cars for more than 20 years.

    “They’re saving a considerable amount of money doing this.”

    Officials have said the department is paying about $3.38 a gallon for gasoline, but propane would cost about $1.47 a gallon. That amount would be offset by a 50 cent per gallon credit, bringing the final cost to about $1 a gallon.

    The payback begins immediately, officials said, adding that if the department had used propane to fuel two of its squad cars last year, it could have saved $16,300. This year, the department budgeted $60,000 to fuel its cars.

    Squad cars aren’t outfitted with the propane system when they are purchased but must be retrofitted. The system costs about $5,500

    The department would like to retrofit its newest vehicle, a Ford Interceptor sport utility vehicle, with the propane system this year, Keller said.

    In addition, the department’s new Chevrolet Impala, also purchased this year, would be retrofitted if a conversion kit can be found, Police Chief Kevin Hingiss said.

    The department typically buys two new squad cars a year, and it would retrofit those as they are purchased.

    “Will the vehicles still perform at the same level?” Ald. Dan Becker asked.Daily-Press

    Keller said the vehicles will run on either propane or gasoline. They will start with gasoline, then automatically switch to propane when appropriate, he said, although officers can manually switch them to run on gas when needed.

    The performance will remain the same, he said.

    Ald. Paul Neumyer asked whether other law-enforcement agencies are interested in converting their vehicles.

    “There’s interest out there,” Keller said. “I think once the vehicle is out there and people see it, others will try it.”


 
Tech Fest to unveil PW-S district’s new technology PDF Print E-mail
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Written by BILL SCHANEN IV   
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 21:00

    There has been a lot of talk about the Port Washington-Saukville School District’s $1 million technology initiative that has put iPads and laptop computers in the hands of students. Now educators want to show the public how this technology will be used to better educate students.

    Thomas Jefferson Middle School will host a Tech Fest from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18.

    The event, which is free, will feature roughly 20 classroom presentations by teachers who will demonstrate how technology is being used to teach various subjects. Those taking part in the event can attend as many presentations as they wish.
    The goals of the technology initiative include tailoring teaching to the specific needs of students and encouraging independent learning.

    Administrators have also said high-tech classrooms will better prepare students for opportunities after school.

    “We want to show what our district has provided for us to meet the unique needs of every student,” Principal Arlan Galarowicz said. “Most people will be amazed at what technology can do for education.”

    The event is geared to area residents in general, although it will be particularly informative for parents, Galarowicz said.

    “When kids come home and tell their parents what they’re doing in school, parents may have no idea what they’re talking about,” he said. “Now we can show them what it’s all about.”

    Starting last week, students in fifth through seventh grades each received an Apple iPad to use as their own at school and at home for the school year.

    Students in eighth grade through high school received Samsung Chromebooks.

    Thomas Jefferson Middle School is at 1403 N. Holden St., Port Washington.

 
Sidewalk repairs begin anew in Port PDF Print E-mail
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Written by KRISTYN HALBIG ZIEHM   
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 20:49

Works Board says program is crucial, starting with $40,000 in improvements to be done this fall

    The Port Washington Board of Public Works on Tuesday reiterated its support for reviving the city’s sidewalk improvement program, beginning with $40,000 allocated for repairs this year and next.

    The board, which last year recommended spending at least $25,000 annually on sidewalk repairs, said a targeted program will offer the city the best opportunity for fixing walkways.

    The city had a sidewalk improvement program from 1994 to 2006 and completed needed repairs on walkways throughout the city.

    That program required residents to pay for the repairs to sidewalks abutting their property. When the program ended, the city agreed it would pay for sidewalk repairs.

    Since then, sidewalk repairs have been done primarily in conjunction with street improvement projects, Public Works Director Rob Vanden Noven said.

    People who live outside those areas who call to request repairs to sidewalks outside their homes are put on a list that the city addresses as it can, he said, adding the Department of Public Works will install asphalt ramps where tripping hazards are present.

    “People are reporting sidewalks that are crumbling or out of alignment,” Vanden Noven said. “We’re really not keeping up.”

    The problem with the current system is twofold, he said.

    “Someone who called may be next to someone whose sidewalk is just as bad or worse but who hasn’t called us,” he said.

    The properties aren’t clustered in one location but spread throughout the city, making it inefficient to fix them, he said.

    “I realize people want to see their sidewalks repaired, but the dollars are going to go farther if you concentrate the area,’ Vanden Noven said. “To make our money go as far as it can, we really need to target our efforts.”

    The funds approved for sidewalk replacement this year and next will go toward walkways in two specific areas, targeting Antoine and James drives, Monroe, Pierron, Douglas, Cleveland and Lakeview streets, Second Avenue, Summit and Tower drives, South Spring and Eva streets and Whitefish Road.

    Those portions of the city were last covered by the sidewalk replacement program from 1994 to 1997, Vanden Noven noted. The greatest number of complaints have been recorded in these areas, he added.

    Bids for this work are expected to be opened at the end of September, with work done this fall, he said.

    “Some of the people on the list (of those who called to report problems) might be unhappy,” Vanden Noven said.

    Permanent fixes for the problems they reported will be provided when their area of the city is targeted, he said.

    Ald. Paul Neumyer, a member of the board, asked whether the street department crews could do spot replacements of sidewalks instead of the city having to hire a private contractor.

    That’s been done in emergency situations, Street Commissioner Dave Ewig said, but isn’t practical on a day-to-day basis.

    Board Chairman Craig Czarnecki asked whether residents who don’t want to wait for the city to fix their sidewalks had any alternatives.
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    “If I decided I don’t want to wait for the city, could I go out on my own and hire someone to do the work?” he asked.

    “People are always free to do the work on their own,” Vanden Noven said.

    For those people, he said, the city waives the $30 street opening permit fee.

    There is one other advantage to having a dedicated sidewalk improvement program, Vanden Noven said. It also helps protect the city from lawsuits filed by people who injure themselves by tripping and falling.


 
Spring St. crash injures motorcyclist PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 18:16

A Port Washington motorcyclist was taken to an area hospital for treatment after his motorcycle collided with a cement truck on Spring Street at Grand Avenue Aug. 28, according to police.

    The accident occurred around 11 a.m. when Gregory Williams, 65, who was driving his Harley-Davidson motorcycle south on Spring Street, slowed for a vehicle ahead of him, then drove around it, police said.

    Adam Foster, 29, of Hartford, who was driving a Schmitz Ready Mix cement truck north on Spring Street, was turning left and collided with Williams, according to police.

    Police said Williams was transported by ambulance for treatment.Daily-Press

    Both drivers were cited, Williams for not having a motorcycle license and Foster for failure to yield the right of way while making a left turn, according to police.

 
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