Village of Kronenwetter
Village Board

Village Vision: "Kronenwetter is a safe, growing, family-oriented community strategically located between Wausau and Stevens Point with a highly educated and skilled workforce and a focus on promoting economic opportunities while preserving a high quality of life."

Kronenwetter's Village Board is comprised of a president, and six trustee members elected at-large. Each elected official serves a two-year term with new terms beginning on the 3rd Tuesday in April.

President Chris Voll 715-359-1931 Term Expires 2019
Trustee Christopher Eiden 715-574-3075 Term Expires 2019
Trustee Jason Holmes 715-551-5938 Term Expires 2018
Trustee Ken Pozorski 715-693-2979 Term Expires 2019
Trustee Dan Lesniak 715-432-6294 Term Expires 2018
Trustee Kevin Gorski 715-846-4224 Term Expires 2019
Trustee Vacant Term Expires 2018

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 and packet materials are posted on the Village of Kronenwetter website.

The Village Board meetings begin at 6:00 PM on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.  They are held at the Village of Kronenwetter Municipal Center in the Board Meeting Room in the basement. 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.


The Village Board enacts legislation and takes official action in various ways, operating under Robert's Rules of Order:

  • Motions are used to approve, reject or table procedural matters, such as appointing members to boards, committees, and commissions, accepting reports, authorizing contracts, paying claims, giving direction to Village Staff and similar routine business.
  • Ordinances are local laws dealing with matters such as traffic, zoning, health and safety regulations, governmental organization, building and other construction codes, licenses, user fees, etc. Once an ordinance is adopted it can only be amended through enactment of another ordinance, and all ordinances must be published in the Village's official newspaper before they become effective. Most ordinances of a general nature are compiled in a volume entitled the Village of Kronenwetter Code of Ordinances or simply the "Village Code".
  • Resolutions are used to establish policy, express the opinion of the Board in a more formal manner, direct or authorize administrative action, offer official congratulations or appreciation on behalf of the Village, or to make various ceremonial acts.