Last Week's Top Headlines: Coyote Workshop; Village Manager Search Begins
In case you missed it, here's a few stories from last week.
In case you missed it, here's last week's top headlines out of Fox Point and Bayside. To stay up with all the news on a daily basis, be sure to subscribe to our daily newsletter.
Coyotes have been seen in a number of neighborhoods in Fox Point and Bayside, and some coyotes have been going after people’s pets. To address their concerns, residents are invited to an informational workshop on coyotes, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6 in the BaysideMiddle School cafeteria, 601 E. Ellsworth Lane.
With the resignation of former Village Manager Susan Robertson, the Fox Point Village Board has begun searching for a new municipal administrator. The Fox Point Village Board agreed Monday night to hire Oshkosh-based Public Administration Associates to search for a new village manager.
A Bayside attorney who embezzled more than $700,000 from a Milwaukee law firm won't be seeing the inside of a jail cell much, even though he pleaded guilty to theft in a business setting.
Students and staff at Nicolet High School had a firsthand test of the school's armed intruder alert system on Friday, but the alert turned out to be a false alarm.
In the more than 25 years Captain Scott McConnell has been with the Bayside Police Department, he says there has never been a serious motorist vs. bicyclist or pedestrian accident on Fairy Chasm Road. But that's not to say it can't or won't happen.