The BloodCenter of Wisconsin is hosting a blood drive at the Sussex Fire Department on Saturday. Save a life and sign up.
The Sussex Fire Department on Main Street in the heart of the village is playing host to a very important cause on Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. The BloodCenter of Wisconsin is setting up shop at the local fire department so Sussex-area residents can make a life-saving donation. According to the BloodCenter's website, nearly 800 donors are needed every day to maintain the demand from hospitals the center supplies. And with summer being one of the lulls in donations, the BloodCenter is ramping up opportunities for residents to help. If you're interested in donating blood on Saturday morning, make an appointment on the BloodCenter's website, or call Greg Zoellick at (262) 246-5220 and he will assist you.
The Village Board will meet for the first time to talk over details of the Main Street reconstruction project. The May 15 workshop is open to the public, so any interested residents are welcome to attend.
After gathering comments at the latest public forum, and after Village President Greg Goetz tried to clear up some "confusion," Sussex has set a date for its first workshop meeting on the Main Street reconstruction project. The Village Board will meet at 6 p.m. May 15 at the Public Safety Building on Main Street. The meeting won't take place at Village Hall because officials are anticipating a large crowd. The purpose of the meeting is for the board members to begin to look over the comments gathered at the multiple public forums and begin to talk about the various options. Consultants from the design team will be on hand to answer any questions from the board. "This will be the first time the Village Board will have walked through the …