Town of Chilton
Town Board Meeting
June 14, 2010
Chairman John Schwarz called the meeting to order at 8:10 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited. In attendance were the Town Board, Marv Heinrich, Don Ruhland, Steve Woelfel, Dean Heimermann, Glenroy Heimermann, and John Karls. The meeting started late as the new tractor and mower that just arrived and options were discussed as to where to mount the street broom.
Public Comments: The Land and Water Department now shows monies appropriated to them from the landfill tipping fee in their budget.
Tim Lau made a motion to approve the minutes from the May 10, 2010 meeting, second by Andy Pethan, motion carried.
Andy Pethan made a motion to approve the treasurers report, second by Tim Lau, motion carried.
Tim Lau made a motion to pay all bills presented, second by Andy Pethan, motion carried.
Water testing bottles will be handed out on June 17 and collected June 21. Chairman Schwarz will contact the Portland Cemetery committee to make sure they get their paperwork to the Town to sign for payments for care of veterans graves. The Public Service Commission is holding a public hearing in FonDuLac. The Calumet County Land and Water Department and East Central Commission are looking to meet with the Town Board to set rules for uses of active and reclaimed quarries.
Andy Pethan made a motion to approve all liquor, beer, and cigarette license applications, second by Tim Lau, motion carried.
Andy Pethan made a motion to approve all operator license applications, second by Tim Lau, motion carried.
Tim Lau made a motion to approve the firework applications for Lisa Siegwarth and Paul Breckheimer, second by Andy Pethan, motion carried.
Discussion again took place on the distribution of landfill tipping fees. The Board would like to pay the County, State, and Fox Valley Techs levy’s. The Clerk and Treasurer should check into this to see if this is possible and how to make this work with the tax bills and report back next meeting.
Roadwork: Bid opening meeting for the grinding and repaving of Elm Road will be held on June 24, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. Holsum Dairy has informed the Board that they will reimburse the Town to put 100 feet of concrete at the entrance to the Dairy on Elm Road. Crackfillers Inc. is almost done with their work for the Town.
Scott Construction gave a report to Chairman Schwarz on the roads that have not been sealed for the longest time. The Board decided to put out a bid invitation to seal Harlow, Vans, and part of McHugh roads. Some tiling was done on Ledgeview Drive to try to eliminate a standing water problem. The bridge inspectors have already informed John Karls that some bridges need guard rails raised and some minor patching, but nothing needs to be done until the final report is received.
A driveway permit was approved and signed for George Geiser.
Andy Pethan made a motion to adjourn at 9:30 p.m.. second by Tim Lau, motion carried.
Doug Koffarnus, Clerk
Elm Road Bid Opening
June 24, 2010
Chairman John Schwarz called the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited. In attendance were John Schwarz, Andy Pethan, Tim Lau, Doug Koffarnus, Wendy Schwarz, and Dan Feldner of Northeast Asphalt.
Bids to pulverize and repave Elm Road plus install a 100’ concrete pad at the entrance of Holsum Dairy were received from Northeast Asphalt and Murphy Concrete and Construction.
After reviewing the bids Andy Pethan made a motion to accept the best priced bid from Murphy Concrete and Construction at a total project cost of $221,225.00, second by Tim Lau, motion carried.
Pethan made a motion to adjourn at 8:30 p.m., second by Lau, motion carried.
Doug Koffarnus, Clerk