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The day-to-day operations of the Village of Suamico are coordinated by Village Administrator Steven Kubacki.  As an appointed official of the Village, the Administrator is also designated by ordinance as the Chief Administrative Officer.  He is responsible for coordination of the following work efforts:
1.   Day-to-day functions of all Village Departments, Operations and Services;
2.   Annual budget preparation and fiscal management;
3.   Labor relations/personnel issues/personnel manual administration;
4.   Intergovernmental cooperation and communications;
5.   Overall planning efforts - Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Strategic Plan, 5-Year Capital Improvements Plan, Outdoor Recreation and Open Space Plan, etc.;
6.   Operations and service efficiency review and analysis;
7.   Implementation and achievement of annual and long term Village goals and objectives;
8.   Balanced administration of Village policies, codes, rules and regulations;
9.   Special projects coordination and management;
10. Proper administration of the business affairs of the Village subject to all of the case and statutory laws of the State of Wisconsin, the ordinances and resolutions of the Village, and the directives of the Board.

Special projects underway in 2017 include the following:
A.  Continued Website Enhancements - User Friendly Improvement/Access;
B.  Creation and Revision of the Village of Suamico's 5-year Financial Plan 2017-2021 - Preparation and Approval of the 2018 Village of Suamico Annual Budget;
C.  Norfield Road Wetland Mitigation Bank Planning, Design and Construction;
D.  Vickery Village Design and Infrastructure Enhancements - Phase 1 and Phase 2;
E.  Village Wide/Vickery Village/Urban Edge Marketing Plan Creation and Implementation;
F.  Velp Avenue Improvements 2017 Construction (In concert with Brown County);
G.  Information and Public Awareness Enhancement Efforts - Village of Suamico Website, Newsletter, Public Informational Meetings, etc.;
H.   Residential Development Stimulation Economic Development Bond - Subdivision Planning, Design and 2017 Construction;
I.  Water Utility Infrastructure Planning - Evaluation of 3 options - CBCWA, COGBWU, and current operations;
J.  Fire Station #1 Review Committee - Relocation, Design and Planning for a New Fire Station #1;
K.  Urban Edge Development Buildout - Cooperative Effort with Midwest Expansion;
L.  Lineville Road Street Lighting Project - HWY 41 to Rockwell Lane - Cooperative Project with the Village of Howard
M.  Water and Wastewater Rate Studies - Evaluation of Current Rates and both Short Term and Long Term Needs

Steven can be reached at (920) 434-2212 or email

Strategic Plan 2012-2014