Froedtert Health Inc. wants to build a 6,000-square-foot
medical clinic on the southwest corner of Sunset Drive
and Genesee Road in Waukesha.
WAUKESHA — After receiving
approval from the city’s Plan Commission, a proposal to annex about
3.93 acres of land from the Town of Waukesha at the intersection of
Sunset Drive and Genesee Road so Froedtert can construct a
6,000-square-foot clinic will be discussed at Tuesday’s Common
The clinic, according to city documents, would have eight exam
rooms, a treatment room, a lab and staff support area on a 4.6-acre
site. Access to the building will be from Genesee Road south of the
building where there is an existing access to the frontage road. The
plans show potential future building addition space directly west of
the building. The site plan includes 32 parking spaces, with the
potential for an additional 28 spaces to be provided to the south if
needed. A stormwater basin is proposed south of the parking along
the entrance driveway.
City staff is recommending approval of the annexation and the
preliminary site plan.
Also on Tuesday, the council will have a general discussion about
the possibility of the city participating in lawsuits against opioid
manufacturers in the future.
According to the details of the agenda item, lawsuits by government
agencies nationwide have been filed and some have had successful
settlements in favor of government agencies.
Law firms have been aggressively pushing agencies to participate in
the lawsuits, including the city of Waukesha.
The possibility of the city participating will be a general initial
discussion and no action will be taken.
Tuesday’s meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall
Council Chambers, 201 Delafield St.