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Jun 11, 2013

Minutes of June 11, 2013

 TOWN BOARD MEETING

Beaver Dam Town Hall, W8540 Cty W, Beaver Dam, WI

 

Acting Chairman Mark Bobholz opened the public hearing at 7:05pm to on the renewal applications for liquor licenses. Renewal applications received by the clerk are as follows: Class B Beer & Liquor: Bayside Supper Club, BD Golf Management, Leipsic Tavern, Jumpers, Mr. Madisons, , Hogz & Honneez, John’s, Old Hickory Golf Club, WI Motorsports Park. Class A Beer & Liquor: Simar Oil, United Coop. Class A Beer:

Kwik Trip, BD Bay Marina. Class B Beer: BD Conservationists.

No one spoke for or against the renewal of any of the applications received. Public hearing closed.  

Acting Chairman called the June 11, 2013 Town Board meeting to order at 7:07pm. Roll Call taken, present, Mark Bobholz, John Kuzniewicz, Jeff Schmitt, Clerk, Cheryl Goodrich & Treasurer, Annette Sustman.

Notice of meeting was posted June 4th, published June 7th.   

Motion by John Kuzniewicz to adopt the agenda presented. Motion seconded by

Jeff Schmitt. All in favor, motion carried.

Minutes of the May 14th Town board meeting were read. Motion by Jeff Schmitt to approve with correction of zoning from R-1 to A-2. Motion seconded by Mark Bobholz, all in favor, motion carried.  

Minutes of the May 18 special Town Board meeting were read. Motion by Jeff Schmitt to approve with the additional statements added as follows: No action taken on other agenda items posted; and, refer to attached sheet for list of roads to be crackfilled. Motion seconded by John Kuzniewicz, all in favor, motion carried. 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

PLANNING COMMITTEE – Nothing to report.

LAND USE ADMINISTRATOR – Tom Zeamer gave a brief report of his monthly activities. 8 permits were issued. Fee collected of $4,793.72 with added improvement value of $861,000. Municode fee for online ordinances and updates is $550 per year.            

BOARD OF APPEALS – Minutes of the June 5th   meeting were read.

POLICE REPORT – Chief John Kreuziger distributed and briefly discussed the monthly Activity and Police Beat reports. A forgery case is closed leaving $972 to be entered into the Towns general fund. John will contact the City of BD and the Exchange Club to make sure “No Parking” is posted on both sides of McKinley Beach Rd during the Civil War Re-enactment days. Town could post permanent No Parking signs on north side of road. Neal Stippich arrives during the Police report.

Motion by Mark Bobholz to accept the committee reports. Motion seconded by Jeff Schmitt, all in favor, motion carried.   

TREASURERS REPORT – Given by Annette Sustman. May 31st balances were as follows: General Fund checking, $2,821.62; GF savings, $211513.11; Equipment savings, $46,482.36; CD, $217,434.69; Tax checking, -355.34, due to overdraft charge, that will be refunded by the bank; Tax Savings, $211,547.17.

Request by the Board to be made aware of special income such as TRIP funds, etc. by the treasurer. Motion by Jeff Schmitt to approve the report as given. Motion seconded by Mark Bobholz, all in favor, motion carried.       

PAYMENT OF BILLS: Totals bills presented; $28,623.07 from the general fund. Motion by Jeff Schmitt to pay Advance Disposal the normal amount and withhold the rest pending a resolution to the discrepancy in the count. Motion seconded by John Kuzniewicz, all in favor, motion carried. Motion by Neal Stippich to approve payment of bills in the amount of $28,623.07 from the general fund. This includes partial payment of $15,172.28 to Advance Disposal, due to a discrepancy in count of homes. Motion seconded by Mark Bobholz, all in favor, motion carried. Question/discussion on how to handle Mobile Home Park money.

Neal will set up conference with Mr. Hietpas, Clerk & Treasurer. Cheryl will contact Advance to determine verification of count.

TOWN RESIDENTS – Roger Beal turned in his Town Hall keys and phone.

Matt Christian questioned update and additional information on website. Additional information will be added by the Police Dept. and Clerk will update on a regular basis.  

Unfinished Business:

  1. General Engineering approval on contract to now include Commercial Inspections

Discussion on Ordinance and possible changes. Matt Christian, representing the BD Fire Dept is in favor of commercial inspections for new business and change of use businesses. Matt will give Neal the name and number of the city inspector and arrange a meeting with city inspector, fire dept. for discussion on what is needed. Motion by John Kuzniewicz to table, seconded by Jeff Schmitt, all in favor, motion carried.

  1.  Buried line on S Sunset Pt Rd – After discussion, Motion by Neal Stippich to allow leaving the water line and remove the electric line in 30 days, advise legal counsel and Rings of the Boards action. Motion seconded by Jeff Schmitt. Vote yah, Jeff Schmitt, nay, Neal Stippich, John Kuzniewicz, Mark Bobholz. Motion failed. Motion by Mark Bobholz based on our Attorneys recommendation as to not set any precedence and being the landowner did not ask for permission, I move that both utilities be removed in 30 days. Motion seconded by John Kuzniewicz. Vote, nay, Jeff Schmitt, yah, Mark Bobholz, Neal Stippich, John Kuzniewicz. Motion carried. Neal Stippich will draft the letter.
  2. Municode – Discussion on getting ordinances on website. Annual cost from Municode is $550. Question on a having it on disc. Jeff Schmitt will contact Clancy Knaup. Cheryl will call Municode about getting them on disc.   

New Business

  1. Fire Code Update   - Matt Christian provided an updated version of the Fire Code for review. He will also email a red line version for review by the Board.  
  2. Ordinance for Stop sign at Thompson Rd and Patriots Way – John Kreuziger recommended no Stop sign. A yield sign would be sufficient. Motion by Neal Stippich to order and install a Yield sign and road name sign, Patriots Way, for dedicated road of Gergens Plat. Motion seconded by John Kuzniewicz, all in favor, motion carried.
  3. Rental of road ditch mower – After little discussion, no rental would take place.
  4. Open part time maintenance position – Russ Linde is available to help and Les Oestrich is interested in applying. A job description and wage needs to be in place first. This will be on the special meeting agenda along with 2013 road work.
  5. 2013 Road Maintenance/Construction – Discussion on Iron Rd. grind and relay; repair damage on S. Crystal Lk Rd; gravel Barstow Rd. Jeff Schmitt will stake Hubert Dr for extension. Motion by Jeff Schmitt to replace culvert on N Crystal Lk Rd and extend Hubert Dr and decide rest at a road meeting. Motion seconded by John Kuzniewicz, all in favor, motion carried.

Special meeting to discuss/decide road work will be Wed. June 19 at 7:00pm.

  1. Approval of Liquor and operator licenses - Motion by Neal Stippich to approve the above listed Liquor License Applicants. Motion seconded by Jeff Schmitt, Yea, Neal Stippich, Mark Bobholz, Jeff Schmitt. John Kuzniewicz abstains from vote for Bayside. Motion carried.

Motion by Jeff Schmitt to approve 3 operators license Debra Migacz, Cassandra Blum, Krista Schulz pending a favorable background check and approval of John Kreuziger. Motion seconded by John Kuzniewicz, all in favor, motion carried.

Motion by Mark Bobholz to approve all listed operator’s license: Kim Maguire, Jennifer Kolak, Kristine Salkowski, Joshua Christian, James Maguire, Kristin Glamann, Justine Koehoorn, Debra Navis, Deana Ennenga, Julie Bashynski, Nancy Kimmel, James Orlenko, Ashley Feist, Bridget Pritchard, Nancie Dominguez, Brenda Mueller, Jeff Beyer, Joyce Longseth, Joseph Priewe, Jara Sjoerdsma, Kathryn Nicholas, Sandra Miller, Abby Minnig, April Haines, Amber Nelson, Brian Stegner, Michelle Krusa, James Hopkins, Gay Slosser, Jennifer Polenska, Nicole Persha, Jolene Popp, Todd Skorganc, Charlie Hutter, Tasha Wuesthoff, Penny Buchda, Connie Balsiger, Megan Gabris, Kiersten Park, Tracy & Tom Grotenhuis, Tanya Westphal, Kelly Schoebel, Laura Rueckert, Marianne Wolc, Wendy Borner, Joseph Gaspar, Jason Repinski, Sarah Soltis, Roxanne Siedschlag, Carolyn Mueller, Arlette Ward, Mary Winter, Brad Marthaler, Samantha Westphal, Kristine Westphal, Julie Kaiser, Todd Behrmann, Corrie Stonewall, Joan Miller, Miranda Dahl, Kevin Semple, Mitchel Kuhn, Mark Tomashek, Robert Schmidt, Brandon Stach, Megan Trott, Noe Lopez, Lesli Narr, Miranda Clark, Kassandra Kluge, Sukhdeep, Kristine Kladowski, Austin Kuzniewicz, Doreen Kuzniewicz, Nancy Wetsch, Brad Weber, Jean Buschke, Wade Fletcher, Connie Fletcher, Tim Fletcher, Cheryl Goodrich. Motion seconded by Jeff Schmitt, all in favor, motion carried.

Motion by Neal Stippich to approve a Temporary Class B License to Green Valley for Ham n Jam event on July 27, 2013 at the BD Conservationists Club. Motion seconded by Jeff Schmitt, all in favor, motion carried.      

Clerks Report –  None

Chair/Supv. Report – Neal Presented Roger Beal with a gift card in appreciation for is dedication and years of service.

An anonymous complaint was received about the Garage Specialists. John Kreuziger wrote the owner a citation.

  

Motion by Jeff Schmitt to adjourn, seconded by Mark Bobholz, all in favor, motion carried. Meeting adjourned 9:50pm.

 

Respectfully, Cheryl Goodrich

   



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