Village of Kronenwetter
Committee & Commissions
Village Vision: "Kronenwetter is a safe, growing, family-oriented community strategically located between Wausau and Stevens Point with a highly educated and skilled workforce and a focus on promoting economic opportunities while preserving a high quality of life."
If you are interested in serving the Village as a committee member please fill out the Notice of Membership Interest in a Committee or Commission form and return it to the Kronenwetter Municipal Center.
REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (RDA) – Created for the purpose of carrying out blight elimination, slum clearance, and urban renewal programs and projects. May transact business and exercise any of the powers granted by applicable state statutes or by resolution of the Village government. The RDA meets on an as needed basis.
PLAN COMMISSION (PC) – Acts to further the health, safety, welfare, and wise use of resources for the benefit of current and future residents of the Village and affected neighboring jurisdictions. Adopts and implements comprehensive planning; emphasizes significant citizen involvement. Typically meets the 3rd Monday of the month.
POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSION (PFC) – Exercises exclusive jurisdiction over the hiring, promotion, and discipline of police officers and fire fighters. Also has jurisdiction over the hiring, promotion, and discipline of Emergency Medical Technicians and First Responders. Typically meets bi-monthly or as needed, on the 4th Monday of the month.
ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY COMMITTEE (APC) – Provides recommendations to the Village Board on issues regarding administrative procedures, human resources policies, and financial matters including policies and annual budgets, monitoring of revenues and expenses, and any other matters referred to it by Village Board or Administrator. Typically meets monthly; may meet more frequently during budget preparation period, on the 3rd Tuesday of the month.
PROPERTIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE (PIC) – Provides recommendations to the Village Board on issues regarding maintenance and physical development of all municipal property, including parks, streets, utilities, and municipal buildings; acquisition or disposition of properties; operational and capital budgets; grant applications; refuse collection and recycling; any other matters referred to it by Village Board or Administrator. Typically meets monthly, 1st Tuesday of the month (effective August 2016).
COMMUNITY LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE (CLPSC) – Provides recommendations to the Village Board on issues regarding community safety including police and fire department operations and budgets; village inspection services, traffic and pedestrian safety matters; community life matters such as recreation opportunities and community outreach; and any other matters referred to it by Village Board or Administrator. Typically meets monthly, 1st Monday of the month.