Greendale Originals
Neighborhood Association

Greendale in winter

An organization of residents of Greendale Original Homes
for the purpose of education, representation, service, promotion, and preservation
of our historic neighborhood.

Meeting Minutes
Good Experience Lists
Greenbelt Communities

The Greendale Originals Neighborhood Association (GONA) is open to anyone living in a Greendale Original, owners and tenants.

Next meeting date (NEW LOCATION):
The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, January 21 at 7:00 p.m., in the Community Room of Layton State Bank, 5850 Broad Street. Nominations will be taken for 2013 officers and board members.

The annual election of GONA Officers and Directors were held at the February 2, 2011 meeting and the following were elected:

  • President - Karyn Birmingham
  • Vice President - Bob Thierfelder
  • Treasurer - Cheryl Koc
  • Secretary - Open
  • Board Member - Joe Russ

    Upcoming Events:
    Note: due to space limitions the GONA newsletter will not be available online. Contact the web master if you would like an issue emailed to you.

    Original Document Now Online
    You can find a full copy of the flyer which was given to all Original applicants about the benefits of the Village back in 1938, here. Unlike the copy which was in the August 2008 GONA newsletter, this is at full size which should make it easier to read. Note: This flyer was NOT provided by the Greendale Historical Society.

    GONA Good Experience Lists
    Updated 12/16/09
    The Good Experience Lists are a listing of contractors and companies which owners/residents of Greendale original homes have had good experiences with. Note: There have been changes to how those who do roofing are listed - it is now divided between those who do tile work and those who replace roofs. GONA does not endorse the quality of services.

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    If you would like to recommend a contractor to the list, send an email with the type of work they do, their name, address, phone number and any other contact information to

    For those who are looking for more information regarding mold, check out the State's page, Mold: Information for Wisconsin Residents.

    For those who are looking for more information regarding radon gas, check out the State's page, Radon Information for Wisconsin.

    You can view the original version (updated version not yet available - see February 2005 minutes for changes) at:
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    For more information, email us at

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    Updated: 9/19/12
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