License Review Committee

Meetings


  • 4 p.m.
  • Second Tuesday of each month
  • City Hall Conference Room
    5211 Schluter Road
    Monona, WI 53716

Agendas & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Members


  • Doug Wood, Chair
  • Joan Andrusz, City Clerk
  • Wayne Kimmell, Citizen Member
  • John Klinzing, Citizen Member
  • James Pflasterer, Citizen Member
  • Robert Procter, Citizen Member

Responsibilities & Services


The License Review Committee reviews and makes recommendations to the City Council for all applications relating to fermented malt beverages, intoxicating liquor, and massage establishments, as well as Ordinance amendments pertaining to these and other licenses.  Operators (Bartenders) are reviewed by the Committee if necessary.  The Committee works closely with the Police Department to ensure Statutes and Ordinances are followed.

Wisconsin Alcohol Project:  Place of Last Drink

The Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project provides training, tools and technical assistance to municipalities and groups working to implement evidence-based policies to prevent and reduce alcohol-related harm. It is based at the University of Wisconsin Law School, funded by a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.  

For more than 20 years, Wisconsin law enforcement has collected Place of Last Drink (POLD) data as part of the OWI arrest process.  Unlike other states, the information collected has never been compiled or widely used to identify over-serving locations in Wisconsin.  This project will create a county-wide POLD database so each municipality has a clearer picture of the alcohol serving practices of local licensees and the impact of those practices on adjacent communities. It also provides local law enforcement with a quantitative tool to assess the over-serving and provide feedback to licensees.

Read Monona's data here