Elect Andrew Nerbun, Alderman District 8, City of Mequon

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01/12/2021
Mequon Cares Program | Mequon Wisconsin

A great service available to Mequon residents. Be sure to check it out.

The Mequon Police Department is proud to have a program called Mequon Cares. This program is designed to assist the many Mequon residents who live alone and are not in daily contact with relatives or friends and may have an accident or become ill.

12/28/2020

Residents, please use caution at the intersection of Donges Bay and Port Washington road. The traffic light is out. I have a call in to get the county crew out to repair it. They have jurisdiction. Please have patience and know we are doing what we can to get it fixed and keep you safe.

12/11/2020
WISN 12 NEWS

Happy Hanukkah to all of our Jewish friends and neighbors!

LIVE: The Hoan Bridge is being lit tonight in celebration of the start of Hanukkah. The arch will shine blue and white. The support beams will flicker red, orange and yellow to represent the candles in the menorah.

Feeling so good knowing my handyman skills could be put to such great use making this event possible for Mequon families...
12/06/2020

Feeling so good knowing my handyman skills could be put to such great use making this event possible for Mequon families today. #covidsafesanta

Looking forward to this great event being organized by the Mequon Festivals committee this Sunday.  Take advantage of th...
12/01/2020

Looking forward to this great event being organized by the Mequon Festivals committee this Sunday. Take advantage of this special and creative opportunity. Now, to convince my boys to participate.....

Looking for a great opportunity to capture a family photo with Santa safely? This Sunday, December 6th Santa is visiting the Mequon River Postal Museum (formerly the Isham Day House) across from Mequon City Hall. Schedule your private appointment at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/holidayphoto. VIP photography will take a professional photo of your family and give you a digital proof at no cost. We only have afternoon slots left so don't delay, sign up today.

11/27/2020

Happy Thanksgiving! I am grateful to live in such a wonderful community. Thank you for providing me the opportunity to serve as your alderman.

If you are looking for an opportunity for your family to see Santa this holiday season, be sure to check out this upcomi...
11/18/2020

If you are looking for an opportunity for your family to see Santa this holiday season, be sure to check out this upcoming event being hosted by the Mequon Festivals committee. I appreciate the creativity they have exhibited in helping keep our community safe during these unprecedented times. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/holidayphoto

More details being released.  If you were in the area and saw or heard anything unusual, please report it.  Also, please...
11/06/2020

More details being released. If you were in the area and saw or heard anything unusual, please report it. Also, please share. Let’s get the person that did this and bring him to justice!

**Updated News Release 11-05-20 @ 3:00 pm- I43 Homicide Investigation**

08/28/2020

Just sharing the news about the upcoming Mequon Community Blood Drive. Friday, September 4, 2020 - 8:00am to 1:00pm. The Blood Drive will be held in the Christine Nuernberg Hall.

Please enter through the doors facing Cedarburg Road or
the rear door to the building and take the elevator to the 1st floor

An important message from the Mequon Police Department regarding current events.
06/04/2020

An important message from the Mequon Police Department regarding current events.

A reminder from the Washington/Ozaukee Public Health Dept.  Safer-At-Home is gone, but Covid-19 is not.  Please continue...
05/28/2020

A reminder from the Washington/Ozaukee Public Health Dept. Safer-At-Home is gone, but Covid-19 is not. Please continue to take the proper precautions as we start moving about again.

05/13/2020

I want to make sure everyone including our furry friends have what they need during these times. If you or someone you know is struggling, please share this information that was forwarded to me today.

Struggling to make ends meet and have a dog or cat? We can help, we have both dog and cat food available at The Saukville Community Food Pantry donated by the Wisconsin Humane Society. You can go to our Website at saukvillefoodpantry.org and fill out the shopping list and registration if you've not been here the past. We're open this Saturday from 9:30 am to Noon.

Good is happening every day all around us.  Thank you Concordia University Wisconsin!  Your donation is making Mequon sa...
05/02/2020

Good is happening every day all around us. Thank you Concordia University Wisconsin! Your donation is making Mequon safer!

This afternoon the Volunteers of your Mequon Fire Departmet received an awesome donation from the team at Concordia University Wisconsin. We are honored to receive enough Concordia Community Printed N-95 masks to issue one mask to each of our departments responders. This gift is a tremendous help in transitioning our department from a reliance on difficult to source disposable PPE to a sustainable model that allows us to sterilize and reuse equipment. This will help us to protect our responders for as long as needed. THANK YOU again to everyone involved in this project we know it took a great deal of time and effort to make these masks. We wish we could thank you all personally.

04/30/2020
AdvantaClean of Badgerland

Let’s all thank AdvantaClean of Badgerland, for helping sanitize our public safety vehicles! Free of charge so it cost the taxpayers nothing and keeping our first responders and the rest of the community safer in the process. Very generous! Please like/share and if you ever need professional cleaning services, remember what they’ve done and consider using their services.

David Harley, Owner of AdvantaClean of Badgerland, offers Free Sanitizing of Vehicles to local 1st responders in an effort to protect those on the front lines battling COVID-19.
#covid19support #firstresponders #communityoutreach

Thank you to the dedicated volunteers who help keep our community safe. Feeling especially grateful that no one was hurt...
04/27/2020

Thank you to the dedicated volunteers who help keep our community safe. Feeling especially grateful that no one was hurt in this fire. Kenilworth is in District 8. My thoughts go out to the home owner as they deal with the aftermath and needed repairs.

On Saturday evening 4/25/2020 at 9:52pm the Volunteers of your Mequon Fire Department were requested to West Kenilworth Circle for the report of a house fire. Mequon Fire and Police units responded and police on scene confirmed that all of the occupants were out of the residence and uninjured. Mequon Fire units arrived and quickly began fire suppression efforts. As is standard practice at fire events, Mequon Fire requested assistance from our neighboring communities via the Mutual Aid Box Alarm System MABAS Division 119 This system alerts the neighboring communities and sends a pre-determined set of resources to the community requesting assistance. In this case the following communities responded with equipment and personnel.

North Shore Fire/Rescue
Village of Grafton Fire Department
Thiensville Fire Department
Saukville Fire Department
Menomonee Falls Fire Department
Cedarburg Fire Department
Germantown Wisconsin Fire Department
Port Washington Fire/Rescue
Jackson Fire Department

The initial units that responded to the scene were able to quickly extinguish the fire on the roof and in the attic of the residence. The fire appears to be accidental and was the result of embers from a fire in the fire place of the residence igniting the roofing material of the home. There was no major structural damage to the home and the occupants were able to re-enter the home at the conclusion of the event. Again, there were no injuries to the residents of the home or any emergency responders. Mequon Fire thanks all of the neighboring communities that responded to assist.

Deputy Chief Kurt Zellmann
City of Mequon Fire Department

Good morning. Here is another helpful site to track COVID-19 news and updates through Ozaukee and Washington http://www....
04/22/2020
Home | Washington Ozaukee Health Dept

Good morning. Here is another helpful site to track COVID-19 news and updates through Ozaukee and Washington http://www.washozwi.gov/ Again please reach out if you need anything.

Why do Washington and Ozaukee Counties have so many cases of COVID-19? The Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department (WOPHD) has been able to identify numerous cases quickly because the first reported positive COVID-19 case in Washington County was in a population where testing was prioritized. Fr...

Love this great message drawn by my youngest son without any prompting or encouragement. 💕 Hang in there Mequon.
04/19/2020

Love this great message drawn by my youngest son without any prompting or encouragement. 💕 Hang in there Mequon.

Elect Andrew Nerbun, Alderman District 8, City of Mequon's cover photo
04/19/2020

Elect Andrew Nerbun, Alderman District 8, City of Mequon's cover photo

With the current COVID-19 crisis, please consider voting absentee.  If you have not done so, you can still request your ...
03/31/2020
Wisconsin Conservation Voters

With the current COVID-19 crisis, please consider voting absentee. If you have not done so, you can still request your absentee ballot but time is running out quickly so act fast.

Ignore who sponsored this ad originally. Wether you are conservative, liberal or somewhere in between, make sure your vote is cast, even in this pandemic. Democracy is counting on you!

https://www.facebook.com/14673807622/posts/10156965395482623/?d=n

You can help hold corporate polluters accountable and protect our natural resources. Request your vote by mail ballot by April 2nd!

Important information for those that own property on Lake Michigan.  The State of Wisconsin and the DNR have created a s...
02/29/2020
Erosion control structures on Great Lakes - Wisconsin DNR

Important information for those that own property on Lake Michigan. The State of Wisconsin and the DNR have created a streamlined permitting process to allow for expedited temporary erosion control measures to taken to protect property and structures. The process allows for quick action via a self certification process and a list of pre-approved materials for use. More info is available below:

https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/waterways/shoreline/greatLakesErosionControl.html

Water levels on Lake Michigan have been below average until recently. There is now a greater potential for shoreline erosion and ultimately bluff failure.

Congrats Ozaukee County!  Just one of the many reasons it’s awesome to live here.
12/13/2019
News Graphic

Congrats Ozaukee County! Just one of the many reasons it’s awesome to live here.

Congratulations Ozaukee County. Your generosity has been recognized. A new study shows that, as a percentage of income, Ozaukee residents donate more to charity than any other county in the state. So not only are you consistently healthy (always No. 1 for healthiest county), you've got a kind heart, too.

https://smartadvisormatch.com/data/most-generous-counties-2019/wisconsin

News Graphic, I must have missed the memo on the renaming on Mequon to Mequo. 🤣🤣All joking aside, thanks for the great j...
09/12/2019

News Graphic, I must have missed the memo on the renaming on Mequon to Mequo. 🤣🤣

All joking aside, thanks for the great job covering local news/events. It’s a fantastic service and a benefit to the citizens of Ozaukee county.

09/07/2019

In just 10 days, the Common Council will kick off the budget process for 2020. Meetings of the Appropriations Committee, which is comprised of members of the Common Council and the mayor, will be held on September 17, September 24 and October 1.

Your input is vitally important in determining the outcome of the budgeting process. As we try to balance the desires for maintaining or improving city services like police/fire, roads, parks, etc. with desires for stability in property taxes direct input from the public is helpful in determining what people’s priorities are.

Please forward this to as many people as you can and encourage them to reply to either me or their Alderman with their opinions. They can either respond to this post, email me at [email protected] or PM me on Facebook. Please also consider attending one of the above meetings of the Appropriations Committee and also perhaps speaking at the meeting to voice your position directly to the Committee.

Thanks in advance for you input on this important matter!

07/28/2019

District 8 residents, I wanted to pass this along from a friend who lives across Lakeshore Dr. from Beechwood Farms just south of Virmond Park. This happened last night. The “man in the bushes” was actually on Beechwood Farms common area property by the pond. This is probably an isolated incident but please remain aware/vigilant. If you see anything, I actually recommend you call Mequon PD. Despite the concern of potential over-reaction by the PD stated below, calling the PD is your safest bet. They are trained in deescalation techniques and are trained to handle these situations with appraise force. My friend has special training through his military and medical experience to deal with mentally I’ll people like this and he is also 6’6” and 300# so he was uniquely able to deal with the situation the way he did. I wouldn’t recommend that the average untrained citizen respond similarly.

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A man popped out of the bushes while I was uncharacteristically checking the mail at 12:15am. He didn’t appear to be a hiker. He looked disheveled and spoke in a manner that suggested possible mental illness. Instead of being reactionary, I remained calm and said hello in the nicest way possible. He asked for water and a ride to the nearest town over. I obliged and had him sit in my truck while I got his canteen and my keys. While riding it was clear that he was either unaware of his reasons for being there or was being evasive, so I was accepting of everything he said so as to not rock the mental boat. I told him that I was excited to be a family nurse practitioner and he then started talking about his disability, simultaneously grabbing my arm and yanking it toward his head to show me his disability (three bullets lodged in the temporal and occipital bones of his skull). I went with it and calmly kept my hand there, making sure to feel each one while driving on the highway. He divulged that he had fallen in with the wrong crowd. I didn’t dig further.

My wife was worried because my phone died during this drive. I didn’t initially call the police for a couple of reasons...this man appeared unstable and I didn’t want him turning on me or my family. He was also a Black man in Mequon and I didn’t want him to be shot if he turned on the police due to his mental status. He directed me to drop him off at a gas station in Milwaukee’s poorest zip code (53206). I gave him some money and he called me an angel man, which was nice.

The experience left me feeling a little worried that his presence in my bushes might not be random, and that he could have been watching us for a while. We are buying shades for all windows today.

He was about 5’ 9”, Black, and had long curly salt and pepper hair with a short white beard. The close proximity of his chin to his nose suggested some missing teeth, though I could not confirm in the dark. I guess his age to be about 55-60 years old.

I did call the Mequon police and reported the incident after I returned home.

We need a few good men and women!  Have you ever considered being a volunteer firefighter or becoming an EMT?  We help t...
07/09/2019

We need a few good men and women! Have you ever considered being a volunteer firefighter or becoming an EMT? We help train and you’ll get a great workout, help your community and make a little extra money along the way. It is a commitment but is also very rewarding. We have a great chief that is committed to running a quality Fire Dept and EMS operation. If you’re interested, please call 262-242-2530.

05/20/2019
Fear the deer: Aggressive encounters on the rise in B.C.

District 8 residents, please keep a close eye on your dogs. There were at least two encounters with aggressive deer in Beechwood Farms today. Most likely it is a mother deer with a newborn fawn. One resident reported a deer confronting her barking dog in her porch which she was able to chase away. I also had my own encounter just a few minutes ago as a deer, perhaps the same one attacked my dogs when I let them out. It was trying to trample them to death. I charged the deer screaming as loud as I could and got within about 2 feet of it before it backed off.

This news story below showed exactly what happened to me. Please keep an eye on your dogs! I wouldn’t let them out without a leash and close supervision for at least a couple of weeks until the fawns get stronger and the mom’s a little less protective.....

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=76OeDwMi8pw

Conservation officers received four reports on Sunday of aggressive does stalking people out walking their dogs - even confronting them. Subscribe to CTV New...

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About me

I have lived in Mequon since 2004 upon moving from Shorewood to start our family. Mequon has exceeded my expectations in so many ways from the green space to the excellent schools and everything in between. My wife Vanessa and I are so pleased with our decision to raise our family here. Our interest in serving the community blossomed when Vanessa became involved with the Thiensville-Mequon Rotary Club and from there we were presented with numerous opportunities to volunteer from helping the local Special Olympics office, MTEF Tartan Bash, coaching youth sports, and Scouting. In 2011, I received an invitation to participate in the Community Conversation Task Force which created the community visioning report for Mequon. Through my involvement in the task force, I knew that I wanted to do more and that is when I decided to run for Alderman of District 7. I proudly served the residents of District 7 until this past Spring when we found the home of our dreams in the Beechwood Farms subdivision in District 8. The move wasn’t an easy decision but passing on the house wasn’t an option. As they say, happy wife equals happy life. When the opportunity to apply to fill the vacancy in District 8 presented itself, I pursued it in order to continue to serve the City.

As Alderman, I have been a consistent advocate for preserving our quality of life through championing quality economic development projects, strongly supporting our Police and Fire Departments ensuring delivery of quality City services and promoting responsible fiscal policy. My major accomplishments include spearheading the creation of our “Nuisance Property” Ordinance, championing the creation of a Quite Zone for the east side railroad, supporting numerous economic development initiatives including Central Growth Area, East Growth Area, Town Center 1 and 2, Port Washington redevelopment TIFs 4 & 5, supporting numerous Public Works projects including the consolidated Public Works Facility and the East Trunk Sewer improvement project. My approach to being Alderman is simple. Keep an open mind, listen to resident input, analyze all the facts, consider others perspectives and use good judgement when making decisions. I look forward to serving the District 8 residents in 2018-2021.

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Happy New Year and Thank You for your wonderful dedication and public service to our community!
Good luck for a successful election.
Congrats Andy Nerbun!!!!!!
CONGRATS ANDY!!!!
I am so proud of your honest, positive campaign, Andy! You are a wonderful person and I know how serious you take your civic responsibilities while finding joy and pride in the hard work to keep your city moving forward. Love you, bro!
Good Luck Andy!
As a mother of three young children I attended my first city council meeting to support our city park and pool upgrades and town center. I could not have imagined what ensued throughout the following year as I joined and met with concerned parents, seniors, business owners, and city leaders to bolster these efforts, while learning an extraordinary amount about our city’s history and current needs. I feel incredibly fortunate that my seasoned Alderman, Andrew Nerbun, encouraged our participation, was so approachable, heard our voices, and was a defining key vote in moving these efforts and our proud Mequon forward for generations to come. Andrew possesses strong vision that is a model for his fellow city council members, is highly regarded by our current and past leaders, and continues to use his impressive analytical and fiscal skills in city decision making. I am proud to be his constituent and wholeheartedly support his re-election.