BOARD OF TRUSTEESVision Statement - Village of Weston
"Weston will continue to be a welcoming, safe and dynamic community, embracing the cultural and educational opportunities that an increasingly diverse population offers. Weston will seek to continually improve and make the community strong by fostering public trust and confidence in our government. Weston will encourage community characterized by a spirit of openness and fairness that encourages individuals to participate publicly and prosper personally. Weston will maintain a high quality of life through careful stewardship of all of our many resources".
Loren White - President - (Public Safety Committee Chair)
Retired Deputy Chief Police/Fire
3507 S. Krueger Ave., Weston, WI 54476
Scott Berger - Trustee - (Building & Grounds Committee Chair)
County Government Employee
10107 Standing Oak Dr., Weston, WI 54476
Barb Ermeling - Trustee - (Finance Committee Chair)
Retired Town Clerk/Treasurer
5909 Willard Ln., Weston, WI 54476
Sharon Jaeger - Trustee - (Park & Rec Committee Chair)
3215 Northwestern Ave., Wausau, WI 54403
Mark Porlier - Trustee - (Personnel Committee Chair)
5109 Riverfront Place, Weston, WI 54476
715-848-7241 Ext 32
Fred Schuster - Trustee- (Plan Commission Chair)
Retired Senior Claims Supervisor
3210 Eau Claire Ave., Weston, WI 54476
Jon Ziegler - Trustee - (Public Works & Utility Chair)
3101 Sandgate Ct., Weston, WI 54476
All Village Board meetings are open to the public and governed by a State law called "The Open Public Meetings Act." In Wisconsin, all meetings of governmental bodies at which decisions are made are public meetings, and anyone interested may attend the meeting and observe. All Village Board meeting agendas are posted at the Weston Municipal Center and faxed to the media.
Regular Village Board meetings begin right after the 5:15 Public Works and Utility meeting on the first and third Mondays of each month. Typically the Board meetings begin between 6 and 6:15 pm. They are held at the Village of Weston Municipal Center. The Board takes formal action at these meetings, such as approving contracts, awarding bids, or passing the ordinances that set policy or regulates how the Village operates.