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Humanity welcomed and shunned PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 06 June 2012 15:31

Port Washington approved a plan for three Habitat for Humanity homes, but Grafton opposes a similar project, thwarting a good cause and benefits to the village

With a unanimous vote in May, the Port Washington Plan Commission cleared the way for a project that will provide the city with needed affordable housing, add to the property tax base by putting houses on a vacant parcel of land long shunned by developers and give three families the opportunity to become home-owning residents of the city.

    The commission accomplished all of that by approving plans submitted by Habitat for Humanity for a compact development of three single-family homes on a lot bounded by Park Street and Moore Road.

    The homes will be near several other dwellings built by the Ozaukee chapter of Habitat for Humanity, the international organization that marshals volunteers to construct houses for worthy families. Members of the families work beside volunteers in building the homes and then become owners through interest-free mortgages provided by Habitat.

    Habitat has plans to build in Grafton too, but its experience there has been a far different story than in Port Washington. It has been trying since 2004 to get approval to build on land that seems ideal for a Habitat project, but has been thwarted at every turn by the Village Board.

    Habitat has changed its plans a number times in response to village objections. The most recent plan seems eminently sensible: To build three single-family homes on an acre of land that is similar in some ways to the site Habitat recently bought in Port Washington in that it is a bit out of the way, has attracted no interest from developers and has a low assessed value. It’s located behind the Sendik’s Food Store.        

     This is the kind of initiative that would be expected to get some encouragement from village officials. Instead, it gets repeated thumbs-down. Village President Jim Brunnquell says flatly the project can’t be allowed because it doesn’t conform to zoning.

    Habitat has made many concessions, but one it says it can’t make is to put fewer than three houses on the property to satisfy the letter of the zoning code. That would make the homes too expensive. In other words, it would defeat the purpose. The idea is that they’re supposed to be affordable.


    For some reason, the village is taking a hard line with Habitat, something it doesn’t always do with others seeking zoning modifications. Code exceptions have been made to accommodate downtown development, senior housing and some properties in the commercial extravaganza bordering the freeway on the east side, to name a few. Surely Habitat for Humanity deserves a helping hand too.

    Members of Grafton religious congregations certainly believe that. Representatives of four churches have sent a letter to the Village Board, which was published in Ozaukee Press, calling on the board to approve the Habitat plan.

    “Ozaukee County Habitat has worked with the village planner now for seven years, investing hundreds of hours and producing numerous architectural renderings,” the letter pointed out. “Each time, based on one technicality or another, the plan has been defeated. Hundreds of people in our congregations and beyond believe deeply in Habitat for Humanity. It is time for Grafton to embrace this project and all its positive effects.”

    Among those positive effects would be a small but meaningful start on giving Grafton something it lacks—adequate affordable housing, which would be a benefit to the village as well as to the families that would be able to achieve that great American goal of home ownership.

    Blue-collar workers employed by Grafton industries should be able to afford housing near their jobs. Such workers were once the heart and soul of the village, but in recent years many of them have been priced out of Grafton, unable to afford expensive homes in new subdivisions or even in gentrified older neighborhoods.

    Beyond its practical benefits, there is something of value in having Habitat projects in the community. These are rewarding opportunities for meaningful volunteer work—pounding nails, wielding saws, hoisting beams and sheet rock in the service of others, efforts that can bring a community together and prove that the spirit of altruism abides here.

    That spirit seems to need some nurturing among village officials.


 
Lifesavers courtesy of Big Brother PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 30 May 2012 16:48

You can thank interference by the federal government in business and the lives of its citizens for the seat belts that make a life-or-death difference

The seat-belt letter to the editor written annually by the secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation prior to the Memorial Day weekend was published in last week’s Ozaukee Press. It urged readers to use seat belts and gave them a heads-up that police all over the state would be making an extra effort to arrest people who were driving or riding in vehicles without being buckled up.

    The letter no doubt was sent to every newspaper in Wisconsin. The Press doesn’t usually find space for such universally distributed generic messages, but we made an exception because in a way it was a local letter. The current DOT chief, Mark Gottlieb, lives in Port Washington and is well known to many Press readers. Besides, his advice about the good sense of wearing seats belts, while hardly news, was worth reading.

    Few issues are as black and white as seat belts; no shades of gray or nuances here. The correlation between seat belt use and vehicle crash deaths is perfect: More seats belts in use equals fewer highway deaths.

    In the letter, Gottlieb pointed out that 80% of Wisconsin drivers and passengers use seat belts. The number is both low and high. Low in that the national level of seat belt use is 85%. High in that not so long ago, certainly within the memory of many of the people who read Gottlieb’s letter, 0% of the people of Wisconsin and America used seat belts.

    That was because motor vehicles didn’t have them. It wasn’t until the late 1960s that cars and light trucks came with seat belts. That was not because they were being demanded by consumers or that auto makers had a eureka moment when they discovered that seat belts save lives and felt a moral obligation to provide them.

    No, seat belts appeared because the federal government forced carmakers to install them and in effect forced car buyers to pay for them. It was classic case of government interfering in free enterprise and in the lives of its citizens.

    It is also an inconvenient truth that exposes the nonsense of political rhetoric, currently so popular as to constitute a fad, that indicts government as an evil force that robs citizens of their liberty and tax dollars.                    

    Had seat belts been left to the free market, they would today be, at best, an expensive option on cars—and thousands more Americans would be car-crash fatality statistics.

    Government interference is currently benefitting car buyers in another way. While there is much angst over the price of gasoline, the fact is that even with today’s high gas prices it costs many Americans less to drive than when fuel cost less because today’s car are far more fuel efficient. Buyers can choose reasonably priced cars with conventional engines that easily deliver twice the fuel economy of cars of a few years ago—thanks to government mandated fuel economy standards.

    None of this, of course, will convince the government-is-evil crowd. Some of them still see seat belts not as a lifesaver, but as a menace to freedom.

    Wisconsin is one of 22 states with primary enforcement seat belt laws, meaning that people can be pulled over and arrested just for not wearing seat belts.

    These laws were not quite forced on states by the federal government; they were strongly encouraged by grants tied to enactment and enforcement of strict seat belt laws. And they are often cited as evidence of the malign influence of Big Brother.

    The Foundation for Economic Education, one of many libertarian organizations that rail against perceived government overreaching, calls them “an unwarranted intrusion by government into the personal lives of citizens.”

    These groups should choose a different battlefield than seat belts on which to wave their “Don’t Tread on Me” banners. Without government interference, many Americans would be riding in vehicles without simple devices that save the lives of thousands of them every year.

 
Cannery’s odor nuisance has to end PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 16:29

Long-suffering residents have had to put up with noxious smells from the Lakeside Foods lagoon for too long; the village must act if the company doesn’t

Anyone who has ever been downwind of the Lakeside Foods lagoon in Belgium when it’s in use as a storage place for rotting vegetable waste can empathize with the residents who complained to the village about foul odors that ruined their outdoor Mother’s Day activities.

    The lagoon, to put it plainly and accurately, stinks. Sometimes the stench is so powerful it’s inescapable, inside or outside. Long-time residents have endured it for years, perhaps with equal measures of disgust and resignation. New residents are shocked; they didn’t factor noxious odors into their expectations for the good life in Belgium. They all deserve relief.

    The lagoon is a bona fide nuisance. Dealing with it is an imperative the village government can’t escape, yet it is one that is easier said than done.

    Village Board members have listened to the complaints and are looking for solutions. The state DNR won’t help because it says Lakeside is not violating its permit. That suggests that a more restrictive permit is needed, but local officials can’t do anything about that.

    There has been talk of passing an ordinance that would make an odor nuisance like Lakeside’s illegal. How to enforce it and maybe even whether to enforce it are conundrums.

    The imagined but still enormous gorilla sitting in the Village Board chamber during these discussions is the worry that cracking down on the nuisance could chase Lakeside and its jobs and tax base out of the village.

    Other communities will recognize the problem. Port Washington city officials, for example, have been as quiet as church mice about the odors emitted by the Kleen Test plant, not sewagelike as in Lakeside’s case, but, according to residents who have complained to city hall or in letters to the editor in this newspaper, laden with cloying chemical fragrance. It is conceivable that the fact that Keen Test operates two plants in the city and is a major employer has something to do with the lack of enforcement of the city’s nuisance ordinance.


    Some years ago, city officials did go to bat for neighbors of the city industrial park who were being kept awake by excessive noise at night, and were able to win concessions from the offending manufacturer.

    Town of Port Washington officials recently had success in dealing with Briggs and Stratton over complaints by residents over the racket caused by the firm’s 24-7 equipment testing. The company promptly made changes to end the nuisance.

    The best hope for the long-suffering residents of Belgium is that Lakeside can be persuaded to take responsibility for fixing the problem. A lot of lip service is devoted these days to the term “good corporate citizen.” It’s time for Lakeside to live up to that ideal. The company has been a citizen of Belgium for decades, and a good one in most ways, but not when its lagoon is reeking of decaying vegetable matter.

    The fact that the village is economically dependent on the company to some extent is not a license to saturate Belgium’s air with noxious odors.

    Surely the technology exists to deal with the waste in less offensive ways. The company, in fact, says it is exploring such means. Good, but there have been no indications of when some measure of relief might be coming. What is certainly coming is another wave of lagoon odors, expected in mid-July when the bean crop is harvested.

    Absent meaningful action by the company, the Village Board should enact an ordinance aimed at controlling the Lakeside nuisance. No matter how fraught the ramifications of that approach, elected village officials have to stand up for their constituents.

 
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