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Town of Milford Wisconsin

TOWN OF MILFORD BOARD MEETING MINUTES

JULY 9, 2024

The meeting was called to order by Chairman Steve Kube.  All supervisors and seven citizens were present.

The minutes of the June 13, 2024, board meeting were read. Steve Kube made a motion to approve the minutes and Duane Bennett seconded the motion.  The motion passed.

The treasurer’s report was read.  Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the report.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

For Public Input, the following matters were discussed:

  • Steve Duwe would like to enlarge a driveway on Church Road by approximately 8 feet.  The current culvert would be closed on one end.  Approximately 2 feet would be added on the east side.  The board will look at the location.
  • The town shed is in need of repair.  It will need to be cleaned up inside, walls put back in original position and the holes in the tin repaired.
  • There is a dairy farm located on the north end of the township with two driveways without culverts.  This has caused the township road to have deteriorated and washed away from the flow of water; and the neighbors culverts have become plugged.  We will be determining the action to be taken for correction of this matter.
  • There are tree stumps on Faville Road that need attention.  After discussion, Steve Kube made a motion to contact Jerry Topel to grind the stumps.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.
  • There were problems with garbage and recycling pickup in the month of June.  GFL Environmental had truck breakdowns and were waiting for repair parts. 
  • The fire signs that we received were discussed.  Some corrections were needed on signs that were printed and more information for installation locations is requested.
  • Lynette Pauli presented an article that stated the township will be receiving supplemental funds of $48,733.00. This is part of new legislation that was passed and will be received in 2024.
  • Chairman Kube commended Donna Haugom of the Jefferson County Emergency Management office for her 32 years of service.
  • Gregg Redmer asked if Milford Motors has a conditional use permit.  It is our understanding that this property’s zoning was not changed at the time of sale and that the owner is only doing his own mechanical repairs.

The operator’s licenses of Michael Schey for Hubbleton Brewing Company and Kyler Yuhas of Milford Hills Hunt Club were reviewed.  Tony Schadt made a motion to grant the licenses.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the licenses were approved.

Lung Cancer Group has inquired if we would be willing to put a link on our website.  After discussion, it was felt that our website should only contain township and related information.

Charter Communications has filed a request for a Permit to Construct, Maintain or Repair Utilities on Faville and Manske Roads.  Steve Kube made a motion to approve the permit with the condition that all work must be clearly marked (to be visible for snowplowing and road trimming) and the area affected by the work will be returned to its original condition.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The Board of Commissioners of Public Land loan documents were discussed.  Tony Schadt made a motion to rescind the June 13, 2024, motion to borrow $230,000.00 from the Trust Funds of the State of Wisconsin and increase the requested amount to $270,000.00 for a period of 5 years to cover possible price increases in road repairs and unknown exact cost of our share of the fire truck being purchased by the Watertown Rural Fire Department.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

After reading the loan application to the Board of Commissioners to borrow $270,000.00 from the Trust Funds of the State of Wisconsin for a period of 5 years, to cover road work and the town’s share of a fire truck, Tony Schadt made a motion to approve and sign the application.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.  The application was signed by the supervisors and clerk.

After reading the  Preamble and Resolutions for the Board of Commissioners regarding a loan for $270,000.00 from the Trust Funds of the State of Wisconsin for a period of 5 years, to cover road work and the town’s share of a fire truck, Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the Preamble and Resolutions.  Steve Kube seconded the motion.  Chairman Steve Kube and Supervisors Tony Schadt and Duane Bennett all voted in favor of the Preamble and Resolutions. 

In anticipation of receipt of paperwork on the loan, it was decided to change our August town board meeting from August 8th to August 15th at 7:30 p.m.  If a Planning Commission meeting is needed, it will be held at 7:00 p.m. on August 15th.

The Zoning Department, Fire and EMS reports that we had received were reviewed.  The Waterloo Fire Department will be having a meeting on July 30th at 5:15 p.m.  The location of this meeting is being determined.  The Lake Mills Fire Department will be having their meeting on July 18th at 7:00 p.m. at the Lake Mills City Hall.

Having no other business, Tony Schadt made a motion to adjourn the meeting with payment of bills to follow.  Steve Kube seconded the motion.  The motion passed and the meeting was adjourned at 8:55 p.m.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt, Clerk



TOWN OF M ILFORD BOARD MEETING MINUTES

JUNE 13, 2024

               The Town Board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Steve Kube.  All board members and ten citizens were present.

               The minutes from the May 9, 2024, meeting were read.  Steve Kube made a motion to approve the minutes as read.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

               The treasurer’s report was read.  Steve Kube made a motion to accept the report as presented.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

               For public input, the following matters were discussed:

  • Matt Hasel was contacted regarding logs that were left and have gone through the town’s mower.  They will be cleaned up this week.
  • Steve Kube and Duane Bennett attended the Watertown Fire Chief’s meet and greet meeting.  The new fire truck should be coming in September.  It will have the same decals as the old truck has.  There is a question as to where the old truck will be stored.
  • Johnson Creek Fire Chief Ben Patterson was present and welcomed to the area.  He gave an update that the reframed engine will be back soon.  They are working to get one more full-time and some part-time employees.
  • The road construction on Church Road is completed.  We were not made aware of the day when Scott Construction would be doing the chip sealing and they did not put any signs up. The new pavement is designed to stay soft a little longer but it will seal up again.
  • Lake Mills Fire Chief Jason Russ was present and stated that they have crested having forty members on the department.  The weather siren at Tyranena Park was struck by lightning and is being repaired. They have been doing training with the scuba diving team.  The Touch-A-Truck event went really well and they are planning on having a few Pop-Up Splash Pool events this summer.  They will advise us of the exact date for the upcoming quarterly meeting.
  • The holding tank has been pumped by RdR Septic and it was noted that the alarm on the system is not working.  We will contact RdR to fix or replace the alarm.
  • Sean Pooler had requested a copy of the Conditional Use Permit that was granted several years ago.  A copy of the same has been delivered to him.

      The listing of the requested liquor, operator’s licenses and all other related licenses was reviewed.  Steve Kube made a motion to grant all of the listed applications for licenses.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

      A Fireworks Permit Application for the Dan Zoellick Memorial Fundraiser event on August 10, 2024, has been received.  Tony Schadt made a motion to grant the permit.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

     The Board advised that we will need to arrange for a loan for payment of the road construction on Church Road and also for a portion of the new Watertown Rural Fire Department truck that will be coming this fall.  A portion of our Equipment Fund will be used for some of the cost of the new fire truck.  The board is recommending that we take obtain a loan from the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands in the amount of $230,000.00 for a period of five years.  Tony Schadt made a motion to obtain a loan from the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands for $230,000.00 for a period of five years.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

     Zoning documents, Fire Department reports and correspondence were reviewed. 

     The date for the July town board meeting was discussed. Steve Kube made a motion to change the meeting to July 9th.  The town board will meet at 7:30 p.m.; and if a Planning Commission meeting is needed, that will be at 7:00 p.m.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

     Steve Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting with payment of statements to follow.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 8:34 p.m.

                                                                                   Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                   Karen Schadt, Clerk


Town of Milford Board Meeting Minutes

May 9, 2024

               The Town Board meeting was called to order on May 9, 2024, at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Steve Kube.  Supervisor Duane Bennett was absent and 8 citizens were present. 

               The April 11, 2024, minutes were read.  Steve Kube made a motion to approve the minutes as presented. Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the minutes were approved.

               The treasurer’s report was read.  Steve Kube made a motion to approve the report as presented.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the report was approved.

               Steve Kube made a motion to transfer $2,980.00 from the Equipment Fund to the General Fund to cover the replacement of tractor tires from Tire-Rifik. The motion passed and the funds will be transferred.

               Steve Kube made a motion to transfer funds from the ARPA Money Market Fund to the General Fund to cover the tree trimming contract paid to Rock Creek Grade, LLC in the amount of $33,500.00 and also to transfer $2,022.57 to cover a portion of the cost of replacement culverts on Olson and Rubidell Roads paid to CJP Excavating, LLC. Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the funds will be transferred.

               It was questioned if the funds had been received from an insufficient check that was issued to the township.  Kathy Redmer advised that she has sent letters but we have not heard from the citizen.

               For public input the following matters were discussed:

  • Road work will begin on Church Road next week.  We will put a notice on the website.
  • The new chief for the Watertown Fire Department is having a meet and greet on May 14.
  • Johnson Creek Fire Department has hired Ben Patterson as their new chief.
  • Repairs have been made on East Hubbleton Road.

Open Book is scheduled for May 20th from 1:00-3:00 p.m. by telephone and Board of Review will be held on June 6 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the town hall.

Charter Communications has requested a Permit to Construct, Maintain or Repair Utilities Within Highway Right-of-Way.  Tony Schadt made a motion to grant the permit with the conditions that the area will be returned to original condition upon completion and that future Permits should include the roads being affected. Steve Kube seconded the motion and the Permit was signed.

The Driveway/Culvert Permit Application of Paola Rodriguez  was reviewed.  The original culvert installed has been changed to meet the town’s requirements.  Tony Schadt made a motion to grant the driveway/culvert permit with the condition that the existing driveway should be the road height for 30 feet before descending. The culvert has to be 15” in diameter and 40’ in length.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the application was signed.

The holding tank service has been completed by RdR Septic and the form will be sent to Jefferson County.

Hubbleton Brewing Taproom & Grill has applied for a Fireworks Permit for July 6, 2024.  Tony Schadt made a motion to grant the permit. Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Hubbleton Brewing is requesting approval for a full-service retail outlet at W7071 Main Street, Watertown, Wisconsin.  They were present to explain this request and the changes that the state has made in liquor licensing.  They plan to only buy Wisconsin produced wine and liquor.  After discussion, Tony Schadt made a motion to grant this request.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the state approval form was signed.

Zoning documents were reviewed.

Lake Mills Fire Chief Jason Russ was present and gave the following update.

  • A Maintenance of Effort Report needs to be filed by the township by June 15.
  • Maintenance on the tornado sirens has been completed.
  • They have hired 3 people and have 13 more applying
  • Six firefighters have passed the Fire I certification.
  • May 14th from 5-8 p.m. will be a Touch the Truck event at McDonalds in Lake Mills.  A portion of the purchases during that time will go to the Lake Mills Fire Department.

Steve Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Tony Schadt seconded the motion.  The meeting was adjourned at 8:25 p.m.

                                                                           Respectfully submitted,

                                                                           Karen Schadt, Clerk



Town of Milford 2024 Annual Meeting Minutes

April 16, 2024

               The Annual Meeting was called to order on April 16, 2024, at 7:30 p.m.  Chairman Steve Kube, Supervisor Tony Schadt and six citizens were present.

               The minutes from the 2023 Annual Meeting were read.  Steve Duwe made a motion to approve the minutes.  Clem Mess seconded the motion and the motion passed.

               The 2023 Annual Report was presented for review.  Following discussion on the report, Steve Duwe made a motion to accept the report as presented. Clem Mess seconded the motion and the motion passed.

               Steve Duwe made a motion to grant the board permission to borrow $50,000.00 in the event that an emergency arises.  Stacy Kube seconded the motion; and the motion passed.

               Steve Duwe made a motion to set the 2025 Annual Meeting for April 15, 2025, at 7:30 p.m. Stacy Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.

               For public input, the following matters were discussed.

  • Greg Redmer asked if the sand could be removed from the outside of the shed.  He was advised that this will be taken care of.
  • Chairman Kube advised that we will be hiring Matt Hasel on an hourly basis to remove trees around the town hall that are causing problems with our building and also from the corner of East Hubbleton Road that are interfering with traffic making turns.
  • Clem Mess stated that he thought the roads were well kept over the winter.
  • Steve Kube advised that cold patching will be taking place shortly.
  • The speed limit on Navan Road has been reduced to 45 MPH.
  • Steve Duwe advised that he and Tony Schadt have been to the Perez property and discussed the matter with them.  They have met all of the conditions set forth in the Conditional Use Permit previously granted. Steve Duwe has also measured the visibility of the driveway and this is in compliance with our requirements. He has received a call from the neighbors again and advised them that the Perez’s are in compliance with our conditions.
  • Steve Kube advised that Delmar Consulting has completed our bridge/culvert inventory finding only 2 culverts in the township that met the requirements.  We will check with them as it is believed that there could be three culverts that would qualify.

There being no other business to come before the Annual Meeting, Steve Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Clem Mess seconded the motion and the motion passed.  The meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

                                                                                   Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                   Karen Schadt, Clerk



Town of Milford

Town Board Meeting Minutes

April 11, 2024

The monthly board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Steve Kube.  All supervisors and 14 citizens were present.

The minutes of the March 14, 2024, board meeting were read.  Steve Kube asked that a correction be made to the parties who were discussing the Agricultural Roads Improvement Program for Faville Road. The discussion included representatives from the Town of Lake Mills, Town of Waterloo and the Lake Mills City Manager.  With this correction, Steve Kube made a motion to approve the minutes with Duane Bennett seconding.  The motion passed.

The Treasurer’s Report was read.  Steve Kube made a motion to accept the report as presented.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

 For public input, the following matters were discussed:

  1. Tree trimming is taking place with the shredding portion being completed on some of the appointed roads.
  2. Steve Kube attended the Columbia County District Meeting.  They discussed the importance of having an ordinance on fiber optic installation. This will help to ensure that things are properly completed and marked.
  3. On the small bridge/culvert inventory program, it is not necessary to mark every culvert in the township.  We have received word from Delmar that they have completed our inventory with two culverts meeting the criteria.  The town board had thought there would be three culverts that would qualify so we will be checking into this matter.
  4. River Bend Road, French Road and Olson Road all have culverts that will need attention this year.  We do have estimates for the completion of this work.
  5. We have been advised by the Village of Johnson Creek that they are in the process of hiring a new fire chief.

Open book is scheduled for May 20th from 1:00-3:00 p.m. This will be done virtually by scheduling an appointment with the assessor.  Board of Review will be June 6th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the town hall by scheduling an appointment with the clerk.

The town Annual Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 16th, at 7:30 p.m. at the town hall.

The bids for the LRIP road work that was advertised were opened. Fahrner Asphalt Sealers LLC had contacted Steve Kube to state that their systems had been hacked and they would be putting a bid in for hot patch and sealing only.  No bid was received.  Scott Construction placed the following bids:

  1. Asphaltic Chip Seal Surfacing—Church Road--$29,300.00 for 1 mile & $31,100.00 for 1.1 mile
  2. Cold Mix Wedging—Hwy A to Finder Road--$74,250.00
  3. Cold Mix Wedging—Finder Road to Hwy. N--$98,010.00

We will be receiving $28,700.00 through LRIP that will be used toward the Church Road repairs.  After discussion of the road repair and financing options, Steve Kube made a motion to accept all three bids from Scott Construction with the condition that all work is to be completed by August 15, 2024, with a $150.00 daily penalty if not completed by that date.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The Rodriquez/Tecalero Driveway/Culvert Permit was discussed.  A change in the building site was approved by Jefferson County after the town board had granted a conditional use permit based on the original plan presented to the board.  Following discussion, Steve Kube made a motion to table this matter until the next town board meeting to allow the board to have an opportunity to check on the construction and the driveway location. Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The Road Ordinance needs to be updated to reflect the requirement of using culverts that are at least 15” wide and 40 feet long.  Tony Schadt made a motion that the Driveway/Culvert Application be updated with these requirements and added to the website.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.  Steve Kube made a motion that the remainder of the Road Ordinance be reviewed and updated at a future meeting.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Jefferson County has notified us that the holding tank at the town hall needs to have an inspection.  This inspection is required every three years by the county.  Tony Schadt made a motion that Rdr Septic & Well Services LLC be contacted to complete this inspection.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The Lake Mills Fire Department has sent a questionnaire on our burning policies for completion.  The questions were completed and given to Chief Russ who was at the meeting.

The town needs to appoint a weed commissioner for the year.  Tony Schadt made a motion to appoint Steve Duwe.  Steve Duwe agreed to act as our weed commissioner.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Hubbleton Brewing contacted us prior to the meeting to advise that the documentation from the Department of Revenue for a full-service retail outlet is not available at this time.  Duane Bennett made a motion to table this matter. Steve Kube seconded the motion and the matter was tabled.

Jefferson County Zoning documents, fire department reports and correspondence were reviewed.

Steve Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting with payment of bills to follow.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion.  The motion passed and the meeting was adjourned at 9:30 p.m.

                                                                                                         Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                         Karen Schadt,

                                                                                                         Clerk

 



TOWN OF MILFORD BOARD MEETING

MARCH 14, 2024 MINUTES

The minutes of the February 8, 2024, Town Board meeting were read.  Steve Kube made a motion to approve the minutes as presented.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the minutes were approved.

The treasurer’s report was read. Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report as presented.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the report was approved.

For public input, the following matters were discussed:

  • Tractor tires on the ditch mower need replacing.  Only the rear tires will need to be replaced as the front tires were replaced last fall.
  • Work on the tree trimming has started.  Chairman Kube has talked with homeowners regarding the trimming. He has worked things out with John Behling on a tree on his property.
  • Steve Kube attended the Lake Mills Fire Department meeting. Highlights were: they have a 4 year budget, have done 2100 hours of training, 8-12 members per call and 2 full-time employees.  The next meeting is set for July 18, 2024.
  • Donald Dolph has talked with Chairman Kube about several townships possibly going together to apply for the Agricultural Roads Improvement Program for Faville Road.  He was told we didn’t think we would be interested but he could present all of the plans to us for consideration. The applications are due April 5.
  • Steve Kube attended the Johnson Creek Fire Department meeting.  He advised them that the Village President hadn’t even contacted us to let us know that their fire chief had left.
  • Watertown Fire Department has appointed Tanya Reynen as their new chief.
  • Steve Duwe told the board that he and Tony Schadt had attended the Planning Commission meeting in Juneau presented by the Extension Office.  He felt that our township is doing very well with our Planning Commission matters.
  • The speed limit on Navan Road has been changed to 45 MPH.
  • The updates have been completed on the website.  A citizen has asked if we could leave the minutes on the website for a longer time.
  • The Freightliner has wires that are corroded and it will need to have some work done on it.
  • Daniel Tecalero and Paola Perez have installed a culvert for a driveway on the property that was granted a conditional use permit.  No driveway permit was obtained and the culvert does not meet the requirements of the township.  We will send them a letter advising that this matter will need to be corrected.

Open Book is scheduled for May 20, 2024 from 1:00-3:00 p.m.  Board of Review is scheduled for June 6, 2024 from 5:00-7:00 p.m.

The upcoming election is April 2, 2024, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, at 7:30 p.m.

We have received five Permits to Construct, Maintain or Repair Utilities Within Highway Right-of-Way from Charter Communications.  They will be doing work on Englehardt Road, Hubbleton Road, River Bend Road, Main Street/Pearl Street, and Navan Road.  Steve Kube made a motion to sign the Permits with the condition that the areas will be returned to their original condition upon completion of the work.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Bidding for work on Church Road to be completed under the LRIP program needs to be advertised. Bids will be opened at the next Town Board Meeting.

Zoning and Fire Department reports were reviewed. Chief Russ of the Lake Mills Fire Department was in attendance to give us updates.

Correspondence was reviewed.  It has been questioned if it is the policy of the township to charge for garbage collection once a fire number is issued even if there is no building on the property at this time.  After discussion, it was decided to remain with the town’s policy of charging for garbage collection once a fire number is issued.

Chairman Kube brought up that a tour of the town roads should be scheduled.  This was set for Saturday, March 16th beginning at 8:00 a.m.  We will also need to be sure to treat the tree stumps that will remain after the current tree trimming work is completed.

Having no other business, Tony Schadt made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 8:52 p.m. with payment of statements to follow.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt

                                                                                          Clerk



Town of Milford

Planning Commission Minutes

February 8, 2024

The Planning Commission meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Steve Duwe.  Commission members Lynette Pauli, Dave Messmer, Tony Schadt and nine citizens were present. 

 The minutes of the January 11, 2024, were read and approved as read.

 Mary Seurer was present to answer any questions on the applications for rezoning made on behalf of the Gertrude Moss Trust.  On Parcel 020-0814-2442-000, they are requesting rezoning from A-1 to A-3 to create two 1-acres residential lots along Reichart Road.  The driveways will come out on Reichart Road.  On Parcel 020-0814-2424-000, they are requesting a rezoning from A-1 to Natural Resources to create a 6.745 acre lot along Reichart Road.  They are intending to retain the woods and possibly sell the farmland in the future.

After discussion, Tony Schadt made a motion to recommend the requested zoning changes on both parcels.  Dave Messmer seconded the motion and the motion passed.

There being no other business to come before the commission, Steve Duwe made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.  The meeting was adjourned at 7:10 p.m.

                                                                        Respectfully submitted,

                                                                        Karen Schadt,  Clerk


 

Town of Milford

Town Board Minutes

February 8, 2024

The Town Board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Steve Kube. All board members were present along with twelve citizens.

The minutes of the January 11, 2024, meeting were read. Steve Kube made a motion to accept the minutes as read. Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the minutes were approved.

The treasurer’s report was read.  Steve Kube made a motion to accept the report with a correction being made to change the transfer to checking in the amount of $917,300.00 shown in the Money Market General Fund from an addition to a subtraction from that account.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

For public input, Steve Kube stated that he had received some complaints on the snowplowing from the last snowstorm; but for the most part, people were understanding.  There will be another informational meeting on the Johnson Creek School referendum on February 19th at 7:00 p.m. in Johnson Creek.

The rezoning applications of the Gertrude Moss Trust were reviewed. Steve Kube made a motion to approve the rezoning from A-1 to A-3 to create two 1-acre residential lots along Reichart Road on Parcel 020-0814-2442-000.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.  Steve Kube then made a motion to approve the rezoning from A-1 to Natural Resources to create a 6.745 acre lot along Reichart Road on Parcel 020-0814-2424-000.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Chairman Steve Kube gave an update on the area Fire/EMS services.

  • Steve Kube and Duane Bennett attended a meeting at the Waterloo Fire Department which was a discussion on the bylaws and procedures.
  • The Johnson Creek Fire Chief has left and gone to Fort Atkinson.  They are looking for a new fire chief.  There will be a quarterly meeting on February 27 or February 29.  A new engine has been ordered but our payments to the department are to stay the same.
  • The Watertown Fire Department Chief has also left for a new position.
  • The Lake Mills Fire Department has ordered a new ladder truck.  The truck is eight years overdue for replacement. Chief Russ was present at the meeting and advised that the report we have tonight includes a yearly report for 2023.  They have had a successful audit and came in under budget for the year.  There were roughly 250 fire calls for the year.
  • The Glacial Trails EMS has moved into the old Lake Mills EMS building which was purchased by Ryan’s Auto Care.
  • Our payment for the Watertown Rural Fire Department’s new truck will be due in September of this year.

The revised ATV/UTV Ordinance was reviewed.  The ordinance was to have been reviewed in 2022. The only change being made is that the ordinance will remain in effect until such time as a review and revision are deemed necessary by the Town Board.  Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the ordinance with Duane Bennett seconding it.  The motion passed.

The Operator’s License for Lisa Bartus was reviewed.  Tony Schadt made a motion to grant the license.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Chaney Systems has advised that our website is in need of the latest version of DNN for our protection.  They estimate this upgrade will take between 8 to 12 hours which will be billed at $125.00 per hour.  Tony Schadt made a motion to obtain the upgrade.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The 6-20 ft. culvert/small bridge inventory that is required to be completed was discussed.  We need to determine by April 15th who will perform this inventory. The cost will be $100.00 per culvert/small bridge that is inventoried.  This cost will be reimbursed to the town by the state through the grant that has been set up for inventorying. After discussion, Steve Kube made a motion that we hire Delmore Consulting to do the inventory for the township.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Bids for brush/tree trimming were opened.  Bids were received from: Genesis Tree Service; Rock Creek Grade, LLC; Joe’s Tree Service; Krizsan’s Tree Service, Inc; Two Guys Trimming, Inc.; Kauffeld Tree Care, LLC; Skalitzky Drainage, LLC; and Zechzer Excavating, Inc.  Many of the bids covered different portions of the work that needs to be completed in which the company specialized.  After careful review of all aspects of the bids, the contract was awarded to Rock Creek Grade, LLC, for a total of $33,500.00. This contract will cover all of the work that the town was seeking to be completed at this time.

Chairman Kube advised the board that the Town of Watertown is currently working to reduce the speed limit on Navan Road to 45 MPH.

The Zoning documents were reviewed.

Steve Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting with the payment of statements to follow adjournment.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.  The meeting was adjourned at 9:30 p.m.

                                                                                                         Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                         Karen Schadt, Clerk


Town of Milford

Town Board Minutes

February 8, 2024

The Town Board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Steve Kube. All board members were present along with twelve citizens.

The minutes of the January 11, 2024, meeting were read. Steve Kube made a motion to accept the minutes as read. Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the minutes were approved.

The treasurer’s report was read.  Steve Kube made a motion to accept the report with a correction being made to change the transfer to checking in the amount of $917,300.00 shown in the Money Market General Fund from an addition to a subtraction from that account.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

For public input, Steve Kube stated that he had received some complaints on the snowplowing from the last snowstorm; but for the most part, people were understanding.  There will be another informational meeting on the Johnson Creek School referendum on February 19th at 7:00 p.m. in Johnson Creek.

The rezoning applications of the Gertrude Moss Trust were reviewed. Steve Kube made a motion to approve the rezoning from A-1 to A-3 to create two 1-acre residential lots along Reichart Road on Parcel 020-0814-2442-000.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.  Steve Kube then made a motion to approve the rezoning from A-1 to Natural Resources to create a 6.745 acre lot along Reichart Road on Parcel 020-0814-2424-000.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Chairman Steve Kube gave an update on the area Fire/EMS services.

  • Steve Kube and Duane Bennett attended a meeting at the Waterloo Fire Department which was a discussion on the bylaws and procedures.
  • The Johnson Creek Fire Chief has left and gone to Fort Atkinson.  They are looking for a new fire chief.  There will be a quarterly meeting on February 27 or February 29.  A new engine has been ordered but our payments to the department are to stay the same.
  • The Watertown Fire Department Chief has also left for a new position.
  • The Lake Mills Fire Department has ordered a new ladder truck.  The truck is eight years overdue for replacement. Chief Russ was present at the meeting and advised that the report we have tonight includes a yearly report for 2023.  They have had a successful audit and came in under budget for the year.  There were roughly 250 fire calls for the year.
  • The Glacial Trails EMS has moved into the old Lake Mills EMS building which was purchased by Ryan’s Auto Care.
  • Our payment for the Watertown Rural Fire Department’s new truck will be due in September of this year.

The revised ATV/UTV Ordinance was reviewed.  The ordinance was to have been reviewed in 2022. The only change being made is that the ordinance will remain in effect until such time as a review and revision are deemed necessary by the Town Board.  Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the ordinance with Duane Bennett seconding it.  The motion passed.

The Operator’s License for Lisa Bartus was reviewed.  Tony Schadt made a motion to grant the license.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Chaney Systems has advised that our website is in need of the latest version of DNN for our protection.  They estimate this upgrade will take between 8 to 12 hours which will be billed at $125.00 per hour.  Tony Schadt made a motion to obtain the upgrade.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The 6-20 ft. culvert/small bridge inventory that is required to be completed was discussed.  We need to determine by April 15th who will perform this inventory. The cost will be $100.00 per culvert/small bridge that is inventoried.  This cost will be reimbursed to the town by the state through the grant that has been set up for inventorying. After discussion, Steve Kube made a motion that we hire Delmore Consulting to do the inventory for the township.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Bids for brush/tree trimming were opened.  Bids were received from: Genesis Tree Service; Rock Creek Grade, LLC; Joe’s Tree Service; Krizsan’s Tree Service, Inc; Two Guys Trimming, Inc.; Kauffeld Tree Care, LLC; Skalitzky Drainage, LLC; and Zechzer Excavating, Inc.  Many of the bids covered different portions of the work that needs to be completed in which the company specialized.  After careful review of all aspects of the bids, the contract was awarded to Rock Creek Grade, LLC, for a total of $33,500.00. This contract will cover all of the work that the town was seeking to be completed at this time.

Chairman Kube advised the board that the Town of Watertown is currently working to reduce the speed limit on Navan Road to 45 MPH.

The Zoning documents were reviewed.

Steve Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting with the payment of statements to follow adjournment.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.  The meeting was adjourned at 9:30 p.m.

                                                                                                         Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                         Karen Schadt, Clerk



Town of Milford Planning Commission

January 11, 2024

The Planning Commission meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Steve Duwe.  All Planning Commission members and nine citizens were present.

The minutes of the December 14, 2023, meeting were read.  Two changes will be made in the minutes.  On Dana Tuyls ‘ conditional use permits, equine therapy and the fact that it is a non-profit business will be added.

Mary Seurer was present to explain the applications for rezoning made on behalf of the Gertrude Moss Trust.  On Parcel 020-0814-2442-000, they are requesting rezoning from A-1 to A-3 to create two 1-acres residential lots along Reichart Road.  The driveways will come out on Reichart Road.  On Parcel 020-0814-2424-000, they are requesting a rezoning from A-1 to Natural Resources to create a 6.745 acre lot along Reichart Road.  They are intending to retain the woods and possibly sell the farmland in the future. The lots are marked.  Since this is a rezoning, the matters will be heard again at the February meeting.

It was brought up that on the Nicole and Adam Kelly Conditional Use Permits that were approved last month, the driveway that is used to get to the house is actually on Dennis Stilling’s land.  Mr. Stilling does not want his driveway used for this due to the liability that could be involved.  There is an easement to the north of the driveway going to the house that could be used.  At the time the Planning Commission approved the Conditional Use Permits, they were not aware of the driveway issue.  After discussion, it was decided that this actually is a matter that will need to be resolved between the Kellys and Mr. Stilling.

There being no further business to come before the board, Clem Mess made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt, Clerk

 

Town of Milford

January 11, 2024 Town Board Minutes

The meeting was called to order by Chairman Steve Kube, at 7:30 p.m. with all board members and nine citizens present.

The minutes of the December 14, 2023, board meeting were read.  Steve Kube made a motion to approve the minutes as read.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The treasurer’s report was read. Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the report as read.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

For public input, the following matters were discussed:

  • Dave Messmer had a picture of the bridge on Hoopers Mill. The bridge is 18 foot.  The state is going to be doing an inventory of bridges and culverts under 20 foot.  There is a webinar coming up which will explain this process further.
  • Lynette Pauli questioned who is checking on safety and septic issues on airbnbs since we have granted a couple of conditional use permits for these recently.  At this time, the county does not have any jurisdiction over these.  After discussion, it was pointed out that all liability would fall on the owners and not the town.
  • We have sent out a statement for garbage and recycling on four fire numbers on Erb-Wrensch Lane.  We will check on the fire numbers N7126 and N7108 to see if they are paying for garbage collection.

The town board has toured our roads and marked trees that need to be removed.  There are trees marked on Faville Road, Englehardt Road, Timberline Court, East Hubbleton and Manske Road. We will need to put this out for bids.  The contractor will need to protect electrical lines and provide proof of insurance. A drum cutter would drop the trees straight down. Some large trees will need to be mechanically removed.  We will open the bids at next month’s meeting and the work will need to be completed within 60 days. The ad will be published and we will send it to several companies in the area.  The board will work on the wording for the ad following the meeting.

We have received an email from Jesse Hafenstein regarding the garbage and recycling charge added to their vacant lot that was assigned a fire number.  It is the policy of the town that every fire number receives a charge for collection. 

The Recycling Compliance Assurance Plan was reviewed.  The DNR has requested this in the past years and it is needed in order to keep receiving our recycling grant.  Steve Kube made a motion to sign the Plan and Tony Schadt seconded the motion.  The document was signed and it will be forwarded to the DNR.

There will be a meeting at the Waterloo Fire Department on January 24th at 6:00 p.m.  All board members will try to attend this meeting.

We will need to place an ad for a snowplower.  Andy Weihert has given his notice that he will be done as of January 22nd.  The potential candidate could also perform other duties for the town. A CDL license will be required. 

Miscellaneous correspondence and fire department reports were reviewed.

There being no other business, Steve Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting with Tony Schadt seconding it.  The meeting was adjourned at 8:45 pm.

                                                                                                         Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                         Karen Schadt, Clerk


Town of Milford

Minutes of Planning Commission

December 14, 2023

The meeting was called to order by Chairman Steve Duwe at 7:00 p.m.  All commission members and 27 citizens were present.

The minutes of the November 9, 2023, Planning Commission meeting were read and approved.

Adam and Nicole Kelly were in attendance to present their applications for conditional use permits.  The application for N7998 Highway N, Watertown would be for a short-term rental.  This is for a cabin that has access to Hahn Lake. The application for N8004 Highway A, Watertown (the former Linda’s Lookout) would also be for a short-term rental.  This property is being remodeled. 

After discussion on the proposed plans for each property, Tony Schadt made a motion to recommend the granting of the conditional use permit for N7998 Highway N, Watertown with Clem Mess seconding the motion.  The motion passed.

Clem Mess made a motion to recommend the granting of the conditional use permit for N8004 Highway A, Watertown, Wisconsin.  Dave Messmer seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Dana Tuyls was in attendance to present her applications for conditional use permits.  The application for Dana Tuyls’ Sunset Sanctuary, LLC. would be for providing horseback riding lessons with the possibility of kids camps or tutoring services for students.  The other application is for Sunset Sanctuary, Inc. This is a non-profit that will eventually provide riding lessons to all people including people with disabilities and mental health needs.  With fundraising, Dana Tuyls hopes to be able to provide free and reduced rate lessons.  Discussion followed regarding the requirements if there are future building projects, the number of animals allowed, etc.

After discussion, Clem Mess made a motion to recommend the granting of the conditional use permit for Dana Tuyls’ Sunset Sanctuary, LLC. with Dave Messmer seconding the motion.  The motion passed.

Tony Schadt made a motion to recommend the granting of the conditional use permit for Sunset Sanctuary, Inc. Clem Mess seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Chairman Steve Duwe brought up the fact that we have had several inquiries about the property on Vandre Road.  They have been advised of the road/driveway issues prior to the filing of any paperwork for any permits

There being no other business to come before the Planning Commission, Tony Schadt made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Clem Mess seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 7:37 p.m.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt, Clerk



Town of Milford

Minutes of Town Board Meeting

December 14, 2023

The meeting was called to order by Chairman Steve Kube at 7:40 p.m. with all board members and 22 citizens present.

The minutes of the November 9, 2023, meeting were read.  Steve Kube made a motion to approve the minutes as presented with Tony Schadt seconding the motion.  The motion passed and the minutes were approved.

The treasurer’s report was read.  Tony Schadt  made a motion to approve the report as presented.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the report was approved.

For public input the following items were discussed:

  • Steve Kube thanked the board for getting the property taxes out so quickly.
  • The City of Lake Mills Fire Department has purchased a new ladder truck for $1.58 million.  The old truck is 36 years old and it is recommended that trucks be replaced at 25 years.  The new truck will have a longer ladder and more water storage.
  • It was questioned if Watertown Rural Fire Department is still getting a new truck.  Steve Kube advised that the truck is being built and that the city will be setting up a meeting with the townships regarding payment for the new truck.
  • Kathy Redmer advised the board that she is working with a new tax program.  She works with the county as issues arise; but once the problems are all resolved, the program should work well.
  • Dave Messmer brought up the fact that Hoopers Mill bridge has cracks under it.  It is believed that the last concrete work was done in 1977.
  • A citizen advised us that cars are jumping the hill on Schmidt Road.  There are children in the properties and school bus stops along the road and this is creating very dangerous situations.  The Sheriff’s Department has been advised of this situation.

We have received notice of the issuance of a fire number for W5257 Navan Road, Watertown.  This sign will be ordered.

A survey from the county has been filled out regarding the Jefferson County Watershed.  They are considering making it that if you disturb less than an acre of land, the Department of Natural Resources would be governing it.  This is being done to be able to patrol the Crawfish and Rock River Watershed Programs.  This would affect building projects and restoring shorelines.  Agricultural use would be different and not affected by the change.

The applications for operator’s licenses at Hubbleton Speak Easy Pub for Nicole L. Smith and Erik Cabrera were reviewed.  Steve Kube made a motion to grant the licenses with Tony Schadt seconding the motion.  The motion passed.

The following names were presented for approval as possible election workers:  Jennifer Pirkel, Roxanne Vincent, Anita Bennett, Christine Norby, Sara Hein, Jennifer Koester, Maren Drake, Amanda Stewart and Mary Mess.  Steve Kube made a motion to appoint the election workers.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The contract with Municipal Inspectors, LLC was signed.  This is the same inspector we currently contract with; however the ownership and name has changed.

The applications of Adam and Nicole Kelly for conditional use permits for N7998 Highway N, Watertown and  N8004 Highway A, Watertown (the former Linda’s Lookout) were reviewed. Both permits would be for short-term rental.  The N7998 Highway N, Watertown property has access to Hahns Lake and the N8004 Highway A, Watertown, property is the former Linda’s Lookout. 

Steve Kube made a motion to grant the conditional use permit for N7998 Highway N, Watertown with Duane Bennett seconding the motion.  The motion passed.

Steve Kube made a motion to grant the conditional use permit for N8004 Highway A, Watertown, Wisconsin.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The applications of Dana Tuyls for conditional use permits for Dana Tuyls’ Sunset Sanctuary, LLC and Sunset Sanctuary, Inc. were reviewed. Dana Tuyls’ Sunset Sanctuary, LLC would provide horseback riding lessons to people of all ages and in the future could include kids’ camps or tutoring services.  Sunset Sanctuary, Inc. is a non-profit that will eventually provide riding lessons to all people including people with disabilities and mental health needs.  With fundraising, Dana Tuyls hopes to be able to provide free and reduced rate lessons. 

Steve Kube made a motion to grant the conditional use permit for Dana Tuyls’ Sunset Sanctuary, LLC. with Duane Bennett seconding the motion.  The motion passed.

Steve Kube made a motion to grant the conditional use permit for Sunset Sanctuary, Inc. Duane Bennet seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Riverbend RV Resort has applied for Fireworks Permits for their Fourth of July and Labor Day celebrations.  Steve Kube made a motion to grant said permits.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed. 

The General Manager of Riverbend RV Resort was present to see if it would be possible to have Riverbend Road leading up to the resort paved.  He explained that the road is full of potholes and campers are experiencing problems. He was advised that there are roads in the township that are in worse condition and that the funds we receive from the state covers only a portion of the cost of road maintenance. He also was advised that when we have been working on filling potholes, the campers are very inconsiderate of the workers’ safety and the town roads.  He was advised to leave a message with concerns and then we would be able to fill the potholes; as attempts to reach him have been unsuccessful in the past.

We have received correspondence from the Town Advocacy Council.  After discussion, Duane Bennett made a motion to become a member. Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Miscellaneous correspondence and fire and EMS reports were reviewed.

There being no other business to come before the board, Tony Schadt made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Duane Bennett seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned at 9:00 p.m. with the payment of monthly bills to follow.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt, Clerk


 

Town of Milford Planning Commission Meeting Minutes

November 9, 2023

The meeting was called to order at 7:05 by Chairman Steve Duwe.  Steve Duwe, Lynette Pauli, Clem Mess, Tony Schadt and 11 citizens were present.

The Minutes of the October 12, 2023, meeting were read and approved.

The Rezoning Application of the Charles and Virginia Brink Trust filed by Paul Mommaerts was reviewed.  The Commission was advised that Jefferson County Zoning is suggesting that a 2 acre lot in order to accommodate the septic system.  The land is non-prime soil and it would be designed to go further east to get away from the steepness of the lot.  Mr. Mommaerts was advised that Chairman Steve Duwe and Commission member Tony Schadt have measured the line of sight for the proposed driveway.  It measured 294 feet which does not meet the requirements of the Driveway Ordinance. 

Following discussion, Clem Mess made a motion to table this request until they can come back with a plan with acceptable driveway vision as set forth in the town Driveway Ordinance.  Lynette Pauli seconded the motion and the motion passed.

There being no further business to come before the Commission, Clem Mess made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt, Clerk


Town of Milford

Town Board Meeting Minutes—November 9, 2023
 

The Town Board meeting was called to order by Chairman Steve Kube at 7:35 p.m. All board members and 13 citizens were present.

The October 12, 2023, minutes were read.  Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the minutes as read.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The Treasurer’s Report was read.  Steve Kube made a motion to accept the report as presented.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

For Public Input, the following matters were discussed:

  • We have been contacted by the General Manager of River Bend Resort.  All attempts to return the calls have been unsuccessful.
  • A 911 Joint Powers Agreement has been received from Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department. This is being signed tonight and will be returned to them.
  • The Office of the Commissioner of Railroads would like an update on the signage requirement in Hubbleton.  The railroad signs have been ordered by the County Highway Department and they will be installing them when they arrive.
  • Concerns were raised about the culvert replacement that was done on French Road, the eroding gravel shoulders, and the delivery trucks not using the marked truck route.  The paving over the culvert replacement was to have been completed before this and we are aware that the shoulders need some work.  We have asked Milford Hills Hunt Club to advise the drivers of the need to use the truck route.  We will contact them again before contacting the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department to patrol more regularly.
  • It has come to our attention that there are several home businesses that are starting in the township.  We will be contacting them to advise that they will need to obtain a Conditional Use Permit from the township.
  • Navan Road has a pothole developing that will need to be looked at.

We have received assignment of a couple of new fire numbers.  We will be ordering the fire number signs for the properties and including them on our tax statement garbage special charges.

Watertown Fire Department has sent us the Fire and EMS contract for a two-year period.  Tony Schadt made a motion to sign the contract.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the contract was signed.

We have received the Johnson Creek EMS contract.  Tony Schadt made a motion to sign the contract and Duane Bennett seconded the motion.  The contract was signed.

The two Driveway Permit Applications of Mike and Sarah Walter were reviewed.  These are for driveways for the lots on South Hilltop Road.  Steve Kube made a motion to approve the applications with Duane Bennett seconding.  The motion passed.

The Rezoning Application of Charles and Virginia Brink Trust filed by Paul Mommaerts was reviewed.  Tony Schadt made a motion to table this matter until a suitable driveway can be found that conforms to the requirement of the Town Driveway Ordinance.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Zoning documents and fire department reports were reviewed.

There being no other business to come before the board, Tony Schadt made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 8:16 p.m.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt, Clerk


TOWN OF MILFORD

PUBLIC BUDGET HEARING MINUTES

NOVEMBER 9, 2023

The Public Budget Hearing was called to order at 8:15 p.m. by Chairman Steve Kube with 10 citizens and all board members present.

The budget was presented for review. After review, Steve Duwe made a motion to accept the 2024 budget as presented.  Stacy Kube seconded the motion and the motion was passed.

Stacy Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Anita Bennett seconded it.  The motion passed and the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt, Clerk


TOWN OF MILFORD

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING OF THE ELECTORS MINUTES

NOVEMBER 9, 2023

The Special Town Meeting of the Electors was called to order at 8:30 p.m. by Chairman Steve Kube with 10 citizens and all board members present.

The 2023 allowable levy is $140,310.00 as set by the state.  Steve Duwe made a motion to set the 2023 tax levy at $140,310.00.  Anita Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The final payment is due on the snow plow truck that was purchased in 2021.  Steve Duwe made a motion to increase the 2023 tax levy by $27,803.00 for debt service of a general obligation debt.  Greg Redmer seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Stacy Kube made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Clem Mess seconded the motion.  The meeting was adjourned at 8:34 p.m.

                                                                                          Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                          Karen Schadt, Clerk


TOWN OF MILFORD

SPECIAL TOWN BOARD MEETING MINUTES

NOVEMBER 9, 2023

The meeting was called to order at 8:35 p.m. by Chairman Steve Kube.  All board members and 10 citizens were present.

Tony Schadt made a motion to adopt the 2024 budget as presented.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Duane Bennett made a motion to set the 2023 tax levy at $140,310.00.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Tony Schadt made a motion to adopt an increase in the tax levy of $27,803.00 for debt service of the snow plow truck purchased in 2021.  Duane Bennett seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Steve Kube made a motion to transfer $3,352.53 from the ARPA account to the General Fund.  This is the cost of the gravel that was recently placed on Olson Road.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Tony Schadt made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Steve Kube seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 8:40 p.m.

                                                                                                         Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                         Karen Schadt, Clerk


 

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