July 12, 2013
Summer Clean-Up Day

The Summer Clean-Up Day is this Sunday, July 14 from 10am until 3pm. The event takes place in the Department of Community and Utility Services (DCUS) parking lot behind Village Hall. You will need to enter the lot of off Fairy Chasm Rd. We will be collecting your.....
  • recycling
  • electronics
  • paint
  • scrap metal
  • documents for shredding (locked bins available)
  • mattresses
  • bicycles
  • donations for Goodwill
  • donations for Habitat for Humanity.
This event is for Bayside residents only, and in order to participate you will need to bring either three non-perishable food items for the Hunger Task Force or a monetary donation for the MACC Fund. We hope to see you Sunday!
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Thought of the Week

"I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."

-Thomas A. Edison

Tax Payments
After July 31, the Village turns the tax roll over to Milwaukee County. If you are delinquent on your taxes please pay as soon as possible at Village Hall. If you have questions regarding your tax payment please contact Lynn Galyardt (414-351-8813).

Recycling Update
A few months ago, we challenged residents to think more consciously about the items that are being thrown away. Our recycling numbers were down and our garbage collection numbers were up. 

Bayside residents have responded by recycling in large quantities! Way to go! Our recycling numbers are now ahead of last year and we are on track to reach our goal of collecting 650 tons of recycling this year. Let's keep up the good work!

A Great Night! 
Thanks to all the residents who came out and enjoyed the Chinooks baseball game last night! You helped support the Bayside Beautification fund and Doctor's Park Friends. 

Bayside Webpage of the Week

Do you have extra garbage or recycling? You can rent an extra garbage or recycling container for one week. It's $25 for the first container and just $5 for each additional container. Submit your request online!

Interested in Municipal Water?
A number of residents throughout the Village have expressed interest in connecting to municipal water. To express your interest, please complete a quick online survey


An informational meeting will be held at 6pm on July 25 at Village Hall. Anyone is welcome to attend. For additional information on municipal water you can view the previous public meeting presentations on the Village's website

Performance Measurement Award
 The Village is being recognized for superior
 performance management efforts with a Certificate of Excellence from the ICMA Center for Performance Measurement (CPM). Bayside is among 28 jurisdictions across the country receiving this highest level of recognition this year.

H20 Construction Update
The voluntary municipal water project continues to progress, with over 30 homes already connected to municipal water and the water main installation progressing ahead of schedule. Residents can view the progress of the water main work online
Residents with homes that have had landscaping restored are asked to water the newly planted grass to ensure proper growth.  Residents with private wells will also have to choose whether to abandon or keep their well. You can read about the options on the Village website


The contractor will begin underground boring on the Ravine Baye section beginning next Monday, July 15. Residents of the area should use caution when traveling as construction equipment will be on the roadway. Any questions related to work progress should be relayed to Alex Henderson (414-351-8812).

This Week in History
On July 7, 1930 construction of the Hoover Dam began. Over five years a total of 21,000 men worked to produce what would be the largest dam of its time, as well as one of the largest man made structures in the world. 
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