Town board meeting agendas, minutes
LAKE TOMAHAWK PARK COMMISSION
TOWN OF LAKE TOMAHAWK
MEETING OF TUESDAY JULY 17th, 2012
RAYMOND F. SLOAN COMMUNITY CENTER
1) Call Meeting to Order
2) Pledge to American Flag
3) Read agenda of July 17th, 2012
4) Approve agenda of July 17th, 2012
5) Approve minutes of June 6th, 2012
6) Financial Report
7) Approve Financial Statement from June, 2012
1) Parks Employee’s Report
2) Summer Kid’s Program
11) Unfinished Business
1) Parks Commissioners Openings
2) Lawn Care for Bureau of Land Commission
3) Town Ordinance for boat mooring
4) Other Unfinished Business
12) New Business
1) Project status for 2012
2) Garbage Recycling in parks
3) Other New Business
14) Town Supervisor Report
15) Citizen Input
16) August Park Commission Meeting, August 7th, 2012
17) Adjournment (________________PM)
POSTING OF AGENDA:
July 16th, 2012
Lake Tomahawk Garage
Lake Tomahawk Post Office
Sloan Community Center
Lake Tomahawk Web Site
Regular Town Board Meeting – June 13, 2012
The regular Town Board meeting of June 13, 2012 was called to order by Chairman Rick Mazurczak at 7:02 pm in the Raymond F. Sloan Community Center.
All notices were posted according to the open meeting law and the media was notified.
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairman Rick Mazurczak.
Present: Chairman Rick Mazurczak, Supervisors George DeMet and Catherine Parker, Treasurer Mike Lynch and Clerk Mary Zimmerman.
Motion by DeMet, sec’d by Parker to approve the agenda of June 13, 2012. Motion carried all ayes.
Citizen Input – Elaine McCarthy suggested grooming and cutting the grass at the former church lot, and possibly putting picnic tables at the former church lot too. Chairman Mazurczak stated he will see to getting the lot cut through the proper channels. The Board will also take putting picnic tables under advisement. Bev Fagan also asked about the Beautification Committee putting a picnic table on the former church lot. Diane Petersen inquired about the wireless useage.
Motion by Parker, sec’d by DeMet to accept the minutes as written of May 9, and 21, 2012. Motion carried all ayes.
Motion by DeMet sec’d by Parker to approve the EFT & EFTPS transfer, payment of checks #13887 to 13950, and payroll checks #2811 to 2829 for a total of $47,212.49. Motion carried all ayes.
Treasurer’s Report – Mike Lynch reported income for the month of $1,832.00, and expenses of $43,329.00 of which 9,902 was for new Radio upgrade equipment for the Fire Dept., 3,400 for final payment on new electronic sign and laptop, and 3,000 to the Lions Club for the 4th of July parade.
County Representative – Bob Metropulos reported on the ongoing situation with the County and the Lake Association for the Nokomis Lake District. After the last special meeting on the issue the board voted in favor of the Lake District. Bob also reported on what was happening with the Mining Issue.
Preliminary Plat of Matz Subdivision, Part of Gov’t Lot 7, SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 , Section 24, T38N, R7E Town of Lake Tomahawk – Jim Rein spoke on the proposal of having a new extension off Lyannis Road to service the 4 lots by the river and the and the rest of the lots would be serviced by Lyannis Road. The new extension road will be deeded to the Town. The Board will give this to the Plan Commission for review and their recommendation to the town.
Expired ATV Ordinance 350-5 – After much discussion, debate, questions about liability, & changes to the expired ordinance for the winter usage, Motion by Mazurczak to make the changes, additions or deletions to the expired ordinance, contact the Towns Association Attorney about the liability issues involving the ATV’s and bring all the information gathered to the July 11th meeting when it will be an agenda item. Sec’d by Parker. Motion carried all ayes.
Approve BLB Combination Liquor License – The clerk read the names for the Licenses: The Brick – Tracy Harmon Agent, Smiley’s Pub – Troy Kulick Agent, Shamrock Pub n Eatery – Barbara Spears- Ehler Agent, Jimmy’s Happy Daze – James Soyck Agent, Village Cafe – Jessica Kloes Agent. Motion by Mazurczak sec’d by Parker to approve as read. Motion carried all ayes.
Approve ALB License – The clerk read the names for the License’s: Choice Cut Liquor – Todd Ahrensdorf Agent, and BP Gas Up – Gurmeet Singh Arora Agent. Motion by Mazurczak sec’d by DeMet to approve as read. Motion carried all ayes.
Approve Operators License – The following names were read by the clerk: Amber Neller, Karrie Evans, Teresa Bartman, Douglas Goodrich, Julie Gentile, Barbara Spears-Ehler, David Grotbeck, Steven Turner, Elizabeth Taylor, Adam Lau, Patsy Moeller, Lori Kulick, Troy Kulick, George Kulick, Sandy Kulick, Judy Deakin-Peardon, Donald Meyers, Debora Major, Jessica Kloes, Rupinder Arora, Gurmeet Arora, Desiree Gamez, Elizabeth Baltz, Linda Ives, Tara Deering, William Kuckkahn, Sandra Jolin, Todd Ahrensdorf, Ken McGill, and Victoria Kortendick. Motion by Mazurczak sec’d by DeMet to approve as read. Motion carried all ayes.
Approve Cigarette License – Clerk read the following – Captain Hooks – Patrick Wingo Agent, Choice Cut Liquor – Todd Ahrensdorf Agent, BP Gas-Up – Gurmeet Singh Arora Agent. Motion by Mazurczak sec’d by DeMet to approve as read. Motion carried all ayes.
Demolition of Town Building at 7945 Violet Drive – Mazurczak informed the board on hiring MSA for the lead and asbestos testing of the old building, and the proposal from Eckert wrecking for the raising & wrecking of the old building for $4,900. Tabled until next meeting for approval of Eckert wrecking to do the demolition until the tests come back.
Naming of Private Road off Rainbow Road at LT36-24 – Motion by Parker sec’d by DeMet to approve the name of Everlasting Lane to the Private Road off Rainbow Road at LT36-24. Motion carried all ayes.
Fire Numbers/Private Roads – Chairman Mazurczak informed the board on the information received from Land Information and addressing and the issues that before all the fire numbers can be ordered, roads will have to be named and some addresses be changed.
New Docking Ordinance for Public Piers on Lake Tomahawk – Motion by DeMet sec’d by Mazurczak to adopt the Lake Tomahawk Docking Ordinance with changes made. Motion carried all ayes. 1st reading was done then by Supervisor DeMet.
Appoint new Lake Tomahawk Cemetery Board Member – Motion by Mazurczak sec’d by DeMet to appoint Catherine Parker as a Cemetery Board Member. Mazurczak aye, DeMet aye, Parker abstained. Motion carried all ayes
Correspondence – A thank-you was read from the Northwoods Home School Sports for the use the gym, and a letter from the County for a bill on the bridge inspection on River Road and Lakewood Road, and a letter for a new parks commission member.
At 8:47 p.m. motion by DeMet sec’d by Parker to adjourn. Motion carried all ayes.
Mary Zimmerman, Clerk
REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN OF NEWBOLD LAKES COMMITTEE AGENDA
FOR TUESDAY, JULY 17, 2012
TIME: 5:30 PM
Newbold Town Hall, Rt. 47 & Apperson Drive
The agenda for this meeting is as follows:
1. Chairperson, Scott Eshelman will call the meeting to order.
2. Welcome and Introductions
3. Approval of minutes- June 19, 2012.
4. Lake Associations Report
a. Pickerel Lake
b. Tom Doyle Lake
c. Two Sisters Lake
d. Lake Mildred
e. Flannery/Velvet Lake
6. Discussion and Possible Action on AIS Education Grant.
7. Discussion on effective strategies for waterway usage compliance.
8. Administrative matters for review and discussion by the Lakes Committee, including future meeting schedules, agendas and project updates.
9. Public comment and communication pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes whereby the Town Lakes Committee can discuss a matter raised by the public.
Scott Eshelman, Chairperson, Town of Newbold Lakes Committee
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Please call the Town Clerk, Kim Gauthier at 715-362-1092 with specific information about your request allowing adequate time to respond to the request.
Notice is hereby given that a majority of the Town Board may be present at this meeting to gather information about a subject over which it has decision making authority. This constitutes a meeting of the Newbold Town Board, pursuant to State ex rel. Badke v. Greendale Village Bd., 173
Wis. 2d 553, 494 N.W. 2d 408 (1993), and must be noticed as such although the Newbold Town Board will take no formal action at these meetings.
Posted: July 15, 2012
By Scott Eshelman, Chair
TOWN OF NEWBOLD
TOWN BOARD SPECIAL MEETING
Place: Newbold Town Hall
Date: Thursday, July 19, 2012
Time: 4:00 P.M.
The Town of Newbold Town Board will meet on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. in open session, at the Town of Newbold Town Hall, Highway 47, North, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, 54501, Oneida County, Wisconsin. The purpose of the meeting is as follows:
1. Call to Order and Verification of Public Notice.
2. Information by Wisconsin Benefit Planning, Inc. of Health Insurance Options and Rates.
5. Public Comment and Communication Period per Wisconsin Statutes whereby the Town Board can discuss any matter raised by the public.
Dave Kroll, Chairman
Kim Gauthier, Town Clerk
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Please call Town Clerk Kim Gauthier at 715-362-1092 with specific information about your request allowing adequate time to respond to the request.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a majority of the Plan Commission may be present at this meeting to gather information about a subject over which it has decision-making authority. This constitutes a meeting of the Newbold Plan Commission, pursuant to State ex rel. Badke v. Greendale Village Bd., 173 Wis. 2d 553, 494 N.W. 2d 408 (1993), and must be noticed as such although the Newbold Plan Commission will take no formal action at these meetings.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Board, by majority vote, may invite public input prior to debate on any agenda item.
Such input, if allowed, will be closed prior to Board discussion/debate of the agenda item.
Date Posted: July 16, 2012
Posted By: Kim Gauthier and/or Public Works Dept.
TOWN OF SUGAR CAMP
REGULAR TOWN BOARD MEETING MINUTES
May 21, 2012
The regular monthly meeting of the Sugar Camp Town Board was held on Monday, May 21, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. in the Sugar Camp Town Hall.
7:15 p.m. Review Vouchers
7:30 p.m. Regular Meeting
ALL AGENDA ITEMS ARE FOR DISCUSSION & ACTION
Meeting called to order by Town Chairman
Meeting called to order by Town Chairman at 7:30 p.m.
Present: Chairman Scott Holewinski
Supervisor Otto Schoeneck
Supervisor Paul Sowinski
Clerk John Bigley
Treasurer Lisa Jolin
There were 6 visitors
Verification of Agenda posting and approval of Agenda.
The agenda was posted at the: Town Hall, Sugar Camp Enterprises, Lilly Bass Road and Hwy H. on May 17, 2012.
Motion: Schoeneck / Sowinski … to approve the agenda as posted. Carried
Approval of the minutes from the last regular monthly meeting and any special meeting not previously approved.
Motion: Sowinski/Schoeneck … to accept the Regular Meeting Minutes of April 10, 2012 and a Special Meeting held on May 2, 2012 Carried
Motion: Sowinski/Schoeneck… to approve the Treasurer’s reports with a May 1, 2012 checking and CD account balance of $ 601,344.39. Carried
Approval of vouchers.
Motion: Schoeneck/Sowinski … to approve the vouchers of $ 140,730.6045 as presented. Carried
Concern was express about road work to be done on Aldridge Lake Rd. Chairman Holewinski gave a brief history on the road and legislative changes pertaining to the road work to be done.
Old Business: None
Close Bids for town hall roof project.
Motion: Sowinski/Schoeneck…to close acceptance of bids. Carried
Note: no bids were received
Open Bids for town hall roof project.
Motion: Schoeneck/Sowinski …to repost bids with changes and set the July Board Meeting for opening. Carried
Consider a dam or culvert on Aldridge Lake Road.
No action was taken
Consider Administrative Review Permit from LueAnn Mouncil-Koppa & Thomas Koppa to operate a tourist rooming house at 8410 Sunrise Lane.
Motion: Sowinski/Schoeneck…that the Town has no objection to the administrative review permit for LueAnn Mouncil-Koppa & Thomas Koppa to operate a tourist rooming house at 8410 Sunrise Lane. Carried
Adjourn Open Book & Board of Review to September 17, 2012.
Motion: Schoeneck/Sowinski …to adjourn the open book & board of review to September 17, 2012. Carried
Recall Election June 5, 2012.
Road Work Report:
Motion: Sowinski/Schoeneck…… to accept report as presented. Carried
Town Hall Report.
Motion: Sowinski/Schoeneck…… to accept report as presented. Carried
Set next Board Meeting date.
June 18, 2012
Motion to adjourn
Motion: Schoeneck/Sowinski …to adjourn at 8:07. Carried
John Bigley, WCMC, Wisconsin Certified Municipal Clerk
Sugar Camp Town Clerk