Town meeting agendas, minutes
MARCH 7, 2012
SPECIAL TOWN BOARD MEETING
TOWN OF LAKE TOMAHAWK
The Town Board of the Town of Lake Tomahawk will hold a Special Town Board Meeting on Wednesday March 7, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. in the Raymond F. Sloan Community Center.
The Agenda will be:
1. Call to order
2. Approve the agenda of March 7, 2012
3. Employee Handbook – Discussion/Action
Posted: March 3, 2012
Lake Tomahawk Web Site Committee Meeting
Date: March 7th 2012
Time: 7:00 pm
Place: Lake Tomahawk Community Building, Peterson Room
1) Call to order
2) Approve agenda for March 7th
3) Approve minutes for February 1st
4) Citizen input
5) Committee and Commission agenda’s/minute’s
6) Web site updates
8) Date for next meeting
Town Web Site www.laketomahawkwi.org
Notice: There may be Town Board Members attending this meeting.
TOWN BOARD MEETING FINANCIAL MEETING
Time: 6:00 p.m.
REGULAR MONTHLY BOARD MEETING
Date: Thursday, March 8, 2012
Place: Newbold Town Hall
Time: 6:30 P.M.
AGENDA FOR THE MEETING WILL INCLUDE:
The Town of Newbold Town Board Financial meeting will meet on Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 6:00
p.m. and the Town of Newbold Regular Town Board meeting will meet on Thursday, March 8, 2012, at 6:30 p.m., in open session, at the Town of Newbold Town Hall, Highway 47, North, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, 54501, Oneida County, Wisconsin. The purposes of the meetings are as follows:
(1) (6:00 p.m.) Call meeting to order.
(2) Approval and payment of bills, receipt of financial reports and approval of fund adjustments.
(4) (6:30 p.m.) Call to Order, Pledge of Allegiance, Verification of Public Notice.
(5) Approve prior Town Board Minutes of February 23, 2012 Regular Town Board Meeting and Closed
(6) Rhinelander District Library Representative.
(7) Discuss and Action on Oneida County Zoning Requests, Plan Commission and Citizen Zoning
requests, if any.
(a) Chairman’s report.
(8) County Supervisors Report.
(9) Town Lakes Committee Report.
(a) Presentation by the Two Sisters Lake Property Owners Association.
(10) Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Adoption of a “Slow-No Wake” Ordinance in the Portion(s) of the Rhinelander Flowage Lying within the Town of Newbold.
(11) Discussion and Action on Town Hall Repairs.
(12) Discussion and Action on Applications received from Darrell (Butch) Fryar and Douglas Goodrich for
Operators License to Serve Alcoholic Beverages in the Town of Newbold.
(13) Administrative review and action, if necessary, concerning general government, public safety,
recycling, sanitation, culture, education, job assignments, project updates, transportation, budget
items, fund transfers, and future agenda items.
(14) Public Comment and Communication Period per Wisconsin Statutes whereby the Town Board may
receive input on any matter raised by the public.
Kim Gauthier, Town Clerk / Dave Kroll, Chairperson
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: March 5, 2012
Posted By: Kim Gauthier and/or Dept. of Public Work
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
TOWN OF CRESCENT
MINUTES FOR MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2012
7:00 P.M., CRESCENT TOWN HALL
CALL TO ORDER
Chairman Bill Treder called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. The meeting was properly posted.
Roll Call was taken. Members present were: William Treder, Chairman Tracy Hartman, Clerk Grady Hartman, Supervisor I Carla Fletcher, Treasurer
Adrian Turgeon was not present.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Motion by Hartman to approve the agenda. Seconded by Treder. All aye. Motion carried.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Motion by Hartman to approve minutes from January 10th, 2012. Seconded by Treder. All aye. Motion carried.
A written report was received by Treasurer, Carla Fletcher.
FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORT AND APPROVAL OF PURCHASES
Ken Orton was present and gave a written report to the Board. There were two calls in Crescent during January. The brakes were fixed on Engine two, it needed new drums and break shoes. The outside door light isn’t working and Ken will get that fixed. T. Hartman will e-mail Orton whenever the Town Hall is rented. Orton took five of the Apollo pagers that haven’t been working and sent them back to the company. Orton went to Wausau for an inopperability grant and he applied for two blocks which would be $10,000 for new radios in the vehicles.
FIRST RESPONDER’S REPORT AND APPROVAL OF PURCHASES
Greg Zeske gave a written report and oral report to the Board. There were 9 calls in Crescent in the month of January and one call in Harrison. They sent someone through the first responder course at Nicolet.
COUNTY BOARD SUPERVISOR’S REPORT
TOWN PLAN COMMISSION REPORT
Town Plan Commission has not met since Anthony Rio took over as Chair. Corrie Kettner stated that she isn’t aware of who is still interested in the Committee. T. Hartman will send out an e-mail to all members to determine who is still involved.
UNIFORM DWELLING INSPECTOR’S REPORT
Discussion/Possible Decision RE: Michael Bloom, Timothy Vocke, John O’Melia, Circuit Court Judge Candidates
Michael Bloom and John O’Melia were present and spoke for a few moments to the residents.
John O’Melia spoke first. He gave his experience list, spoke briefly about his family. He stated that he has no party affiliation, he will aim to clear cases as quickly as possible. He stated that there is no conflict with having two brothers serving as Judges at the same time.
Michael Bloom. Mike gave his work experience, spoke briefly about his family. He stated that he believes he is the best candidate because he has had the most experience in the areas that the Judges deal with the most. He ran for DA as a democrat. Bloom stated that his largest challenge will be maintaining how Judge Mangerson was able to clear his cases.
Discussion/Possible Decision RE: Kuczmarski Property Split, Jim Rein. Jim Rein was present. Rein stated that he has attempted to get ahold of the plan commission without success. Rein stated that there is going to be an auction in an attempt to get rid of the Kuczmarski land. He has been asked to come up with a “map” of what the subdivision will look like. Rein stated that he has looked at the Towns Subdivision Ordinance and this land division will fall within this ordinance. Jeff Kuczmarski stated that all of the lots are over 17 acres and he doesn’t believe that they fall within the Town’s subdivision ordinance. Steve Richardson will make certain that a meeting gets scheduled if Tony Rio is not able to schedule one.
Discussion/Possible Decision RE: Approve Applications for Operator’s Licenses
Discussion/Possible Decision RE: Approve Driveway Permits
FIFTEEN MINUTES OF PUBLIC DISCUSSION
Corrie Kettner asked what the specific duties of the Plan Commission are. T. Hartman will look into it and send an e-mail out.
Janet Appling stated that she would like to thank the Town Crew for doing a good job plowing the turnaround on Long Lake Rd.
Jeff Kuczmarski stated that he would like the Board to look at the end of Melody Ln. When the Town Crew is plowing they are creating a situation where there is a large snow bank outside of his father’s driveway and a firetruck could not get through. He would like that addressed because it is not safe.
Dana Wincentsen asked if there has been any progress made on getting additional land around the fire department to allow them to create a park. Treder stated that he has spoken with a landowner and that person suggested that a committee meet and discuss a land swap.
Janet Appling brought Crescent Lake and Squash Lake calendars to pass out to residents.
Comprehensive plan by Lincoln County.
APPROVAL OF VOUCHERS
TOWN BOARD TO CONDUCT BUSINESS IN CLOSED SESSION PER State Statute 19.85(1)© Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility and State Statutes 19.85(1)(g) Conferring with legal counsel for the governmental body who is rendering oral or written advised concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved –
Motion was made by G. Hartman to conduct business in Closed Session. Seconded by Treder. Roll Call was taken. Treder – Aye, Hartman – Aye.
Motion was made by G. Hartman to return to Open Session. Seconded by Treder.
Roll Call was taken. Treder – Aye, G. Hartman Aye.
The Town Board conducted business in open session. The Town Board has determined that Linda Behm will no longer be employed by the Town of Crescent.
Motion made by G. Hartman to no longer employ Linda Behm effective 2-8-12 in an effort to cut cost. Seconded by Treder. All ayes. Motion carried.
Motion by G. Hartman to approve vouchers as submitted and adjourn at 8:25 p.m.
Seconded by Turgeon. All aye. Motion carried.