Indoor soccer will be played at the Sussex Youth Hall this fall and winter after the Village Board unamiously approved an agreement with a large youth soccer club on Tuesday.
The agreement, which was approved by the Village Parks and Recreation Board on Monday night, stipulates the Lake Country United soccer club will have access to the facility on the weekends from November this year to next March. The village will charge the club $2,850 along with a $100 deposit to rent the facility.
The club will use the building from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and then 4 to 11 p.m. for instruction and to play organized a 4-or-4 or 5-on-5 soccer. About 15 to 20 players will be at the facility at any given time, according to club officials.
The league, which serves about 1,800 children who live in the area between Brookfield and Oconomowoc, is the result of a recent merger between a Kettle Moraine United and Oconomowoc Soccer clubs. The club will also be renting space at other locations throughout the area.
In other business, the Village Board:
- Approved a employee participation policy that allows the employees to take advantage in the village's fitness and wellness programs for the resident rate regardless of where they live.
- Went into closed session to discuss an amended developer's agreement for Stonewood Estates Subdivision and the Pauline Haass Public Library Intergovernmental Agreement.