Otto Miller Park Invitation to Bid: May 11th, 2021   Invitation to Bid:   The Village of Hortonville has contracted BNH Lighting to design, develop and project manage the electrical work being done at Otto Miller Park located at 135 John St. Work will begin around August 1, 2021 through November 2021.   The Village of Hortonville invites you to bid the implementation of the electrical work. A mandatory walk through will be May 18th, 2021 at 8 am. Bids will be due to BNH Lighting by Noon on May 25th, 2021.   1.       Disconnecting, re-wiring, and relocating the 2- electrical panels on the exterior north wall of the concession stand building to the interior same wall they currently are mounted on. Use existing feeder wires. New feeder wires not needed. 2.       Install wire way junction box on the exterior wall to feed all the field lighting, 3- shed feeder wires, scoreboard power wires and sprinkler piping needed to be feed into the building. 3.       Install an approximate size of 3x3 junction box, 3 feet up on a pipe assemble, outside the fence next to the north shed. From that junction box, we will be wiring each scoreboard, the outfield light poles, the west green shed, along with the north shed. We will also be providing a spare 2 inch conduit at this location for future needs from the concession stand. 4.       Provide a 20 amp circuit to the north shed and hook up existing circuits. (Pending).. 5.       Provide a 100 amp service with an 8 circuit panel at the west green shed in a 2 inch conduit. Hook up current branch circuit wiring at the shed. 6.       Provide a 100 amp service with an 8 circuit panel at the west batting cage shed in a 2 inch conduit. Install breakers and wiring for batting cage machine and 1- receptacle circuit. 7.       Provide piping and wiring to each ball field light poles according to the new fixture specified wattage. Provide a junction disconnect box at each light pole with fuses and a receptacle on each of the 8 infield poles. 8.       Provide a 1 inch pipe for low voltage wiring at 4 infield poles. 9.       Provide galvanized 90 degree sweeps when any piping goes vertical from the ground. This will last forever and eliminate any wires burning through PVC when pulling wires. Install expansion sleeves for existing ground connections. 10.   Approximately 3,500 feet of PVC pipe, with connectors, budgeted to accommodate proper wire size. 11.   Provide ground wiring to ground rods at each light pole and proper grounding at each electrical panel.   Let me know if you will be attending the mandatory walk through by May 14th, 2021, noon.   If you have any question or concerns, please call me at 920-213-8693.   Sincerely,     Jeremy Bellile BNH Lighting, LLC 313 E. Main St. Hortonville, WI. 54944

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Plan Components




Plan Components


The Village of Hortonville Comprehensive Plan Update identifies a 20-year planning horizon and contains four major components:

  1. A profile of demographic, economic, and housing characteristics;
  2. An inventory and assessment of the environment, community facilities, and agricultural, natural and cultural resources;
  3. Visions, goals, strategies and recommendations; and
  4. A series of land use maps that depict existing and optimum land use patterns.

The Village of Hortonville Comprehensive Plan Update also contains nine elements required by the Wisconsin State Statutes 66.1001:

  • Issues and Opportunities
  • Background information, including population, household and employment forecasts, demographic trends, age distribution, education and income levels and employment characteristics.
  • Economic Development
  • An inventory of the labor force characteristics, commuting patterns, location of workplace, economic base information to promote the stabilization, retention or expansion of the economic base and quality employment opportunities.
  • Housing
  • An assessment of the age, structural, value and occupancy characteristics of existing housing stock.
  • Transportation
  • Background information to the guide the future development of various modes of transportation, including highways, transit, transportation systems for persons with disabilities, bicycles, walking, railroads, air transportation, trucking and water transportation.
  • Utilities and Community Facilities
  • Background information to guide the future development of utilities and community facilities such as sanitary sewer, storm water management, water supply, solid waste disposal, on-site wastewater treatment technologies, recycling facilities, parks, telecommunication facilities, power-generating plants and transmission lines, health and child care facilities, police, fire and rescue facilities, libraries, schools and other governmental facilities.
  • Agricultural, Natural and Cultural Resources
  • Background information for the conservation, and promotion of the effective management of natural resources such as groundwater, forests, productive agricultural areas, environmentally sensitive areas, threatened and endangered species, stream corridors, surface water, floodplains, wetlands, wildlife habitat, metallic and nonmetallic mineral resources, parks, open spaces, historical and cultural resources, recreational resources and other natural resources.
  • Land Use
  • An assessment of the amount, type, intensity and net density of existing land uses such as agricultural, residential, industrial and other public and private uses; an analyzes of the trends in supply, demand and the price of land, opportunities for redevelopment and existing and potential land-use conflicts.
  • Intergovernmental Cooperation
  • A compilation of policies and programs for joint planning and decision making with other jurisdictions, including school and sanitary districts, counties and adjacent local and tribal governmental units, for siting and building public facilities and sharing public services. 
  • Implementation
  • Programs and specific actions to be completed in a stated sequence, including proposed changes to any applicable zoning ordinances, official maps, sign regulations, erosion and storm water control ordinances, historic preservation ordinances, site plan regulations, design review ordinances, building codes, mechanical codes, property maintenance and housing codes, and sanitary codes or subdivision ordinances.


Each element (chapters 3 – 11) contains an inventory and analysis, and relevant policies and programs that are applicable to the Village.  Goals, strategies and recommendations related to each element are contained in Chapter 2, Plan Framework.