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Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 3
Wednesday, September 21 2005
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: at the Town Hall
Monthly Meeting

AGENDA

Agenda
Call to order.
Pledge of Allegiance.
President’s comments.
Approval of the minutes of the 8/17/05 and 9/14/05 meetings.

Unfinished Business:
1) Ordinance review and status of the evaluation of the special assessment schedule.

Project status report.
1) Discuss the status of punchlist items (Kruczek Construction Inc.).
a. Provide final lift of bituminous pavement on Silica Road and restore shoulder.
b. Landscape restoration at N8228 Cty. QQ-ditch not to grade, not mowable.
c. Resolve Miller simplex grinder pump issue (N8670 Decorah Lane)-charges for District to be submitted.
d. Landscape restoration at N8628 Decorah Land-repair conduit at grinder pump wet well.
e. Pay Fond du Lac County Highway Dept. for project portion of guardrail installation at Cty. QQ lift station.
f. Reimburse Town for damaged pavement on Ashberry Avenue.
g. Reimburse Town for the use of parking lot for field office.
h. Reimburse Town for the use of parking lot for field office.
i. Furnish affidavit of wage rate compliance.
j. Settle issue for crop damage to Dick Bertram (W3847 Silica Road-settlement in writing.
k. Pavement settlement at manhole on Silica Rd, west of Lakeview Rd.
l. Landscape restoration back-slope on ditch at N8552 Cty. QQ.
m. Pavement settlement o lateral trench at hill on Silica Rd.
n. Blasting claims with Barbarossa Blasting-N8298 and N8237 Edgewood Lane.
o. N8296 Sunset Lane-repair ditch settlement.
p. Vacant lot (behind N8296 Sunset Lane) on Edgewood Lane needs restoration with the approach.
q. N8456 Cty. QQ-need fill in ditch by mail box.
r. N8563 Cty. QQ-need fill in ditch by mail box.
s. Reimbursement to Fond du County Highway Dept. for damage to bituminous road on Cty. QQ.
2) Consideration and possible action regarding Kruczek’s project completion requirements.
3) Discuss grinder pump issues.
4) Consideration and possible action regarding shrubs removed in the easement area of the Butler grinder pump.
5) Discuss any other outstanding restoration issues.

New Business:
1) Acknowledge receipt of correspondence from Bud Sabel regarding special assessments against lands zoned for exclusive agricultural use.
2) Consideration and possible acceptance of a Notice and Release and Settlement of Claim received from Wausau Insurance on behalf of Hoffman Construction Co. for damage incurred during the reconstruction of Hwy. 149.
3) Consideration and possible approval of ordinance changes pertaining to special assessments, deferred assessments, stand-by assessments and sewer extensions.
4) Consideration and possible approval of agreements with Signature Homes and Nett Construction regarding the impact of the amended ordinance and special assessment schedule.
5) Approval of bills.

Public comments and questions pertaining to District business.

Adjournment.


Brenda A. Schneider
Recording Secretary


MINUTES

The St. Peter Sanitary District Commission met on Wednesday, September 21st, 2005, at 7:00 p.m., at the Taycheedah Town Hall, for the purpose of conducting the September monthly meeting. Members present were President Bill Gius, Commissioners Mike Freund and John Rickert and Recording Secretary Brenda Schneider. Also present were Dennis Steigenberger of Foth & Van Dyke, and Bud Sabel, Maintenance Personnel. The meeting was tape recorded.
Call to order. President Gius called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m..
Pledge of Allegiance.
Comment from the President. Present Gius acknowledged receipt of a copy of the complaint filed by Mike Freund with the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Department. A copy of the District Attorney’s resolution on the matter was routed to the Town Board and the District Commission. It was noted that the District Attorney released his decision in May. President Gius expressed disappointment that the decision was not shared by the complainant.
Approval of minutes. John Rickert motioned to approve the minutes of the 8/17/05 and 9/14/05 meetings, seconded by Bill Gius. Motion carried (3-0).

Unfinished Business
1. Ordinance review and status of the evaluation of the special assessment schedule. The Commission and professional staff have met for a workshop meeting. The amended special assessment schedule is progressing toward a public hearing on October 5th, at 7:00 p.m.

Project status report.
1. Discuss the status of punchlist items (Kruczek Construction, Inc.). The punchlist for Contract A-02 were as follows:
a. Provide final lift of bituminous pavement on Silica Road and restore shoulder. The District has had no further contact from Kruczek.
b. Landscape restoration at N8228 Cty. QQ-ditch not to grade, not mowable. Bud Sabel will perform a site inspection.
c. Resolve Miller simplex grinder pump issue (N8670 Decorah Lane)-charges for District to be submitted. The Miller and Endres grinder pumps kicked-out again on 9/13/05. Bud Sabel will supply his labor documentation for reimbursement from Kruczek. Kruczek has yet to contact Bud regarding the problems.
d. Landscape restoration at N8628 Decorah Lane-repair conduit at grinder pump wet well. Laudolff Excavating repaired the conduit on the Butler grinder pump on 9/14/05.
e. Pay Fond du Lac County Highway Dept. for project portion of guardrail installation at Cty. QQ lift station. Kruczek’s sub-contractor had ordered the materials. Kruczek claimed that his sub-contractor was stopped by the County when they went to erect the guardrail. Kruczek received a $1,600.00 back-charge from the sub-contractor. Kruczek believes the back-charge met their obligation for the guardrail. Foth has reviewed the project daily logs. The log indicates the sub-contractor left the job due to lack of proper materials.
The Fond du Lac County Highway Commissioner intends to meet with Mr. & Mrs. Schneider to attempt an agreement regarding the length of the guardrail. The Commission will follow-up on the issue.
f. Reimburse Town for damaged pavement on Ashberry Avenue. The Town re-submitted the bill to Kruczek. The Town has not received payment.
g. Reimburse Town for the use of parking lot for field office. The Town re-submitted the bill to Kruczek. The Town has not received payment. The Town Board will be asked if they are willing to waive the bill.
h. Furnish affidavit of wage rate compliance. Kruczek has not submitted the affidavit.
i. Settle issue for crop damage to Dick Bertram (W3847 Silica Road-settlement in writing. Mr. Bertram has been contacted. Mr. Bertram disagrees with the statement that vehicle traffic drove around the barricades and through the field. He stated the damage was caused by sewer construction equipment. Mr. Bertram will re-submit a bill for damages.
j. Pavement settlement at manhole on Silica Rd, west of Lakeview Rd. Kruczek was contacted prior to Labor Day. Kruczek claimed his crew would take care of it on 9/6/05. In the interest of public
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safety, the Town instructed Northeast Asphalt to make the necessary repair. Kruczek indicated they will not reimburse the Town for the repair. The District will pursue Kruczek for reimbursement.
k. Landscape restoration back-slope on ditch at N8552 Cty. QQ. Bud Sabel will perform a site visit.
l. Pavement settlement of lateral trench at hill on Silica Rd. See Item (j).
m. Blasting claims with Barbarossa Blasting-N8298 and N8237 Edgewood Lane. Barbarossa’s insurance carrier contacted the District for information regarding the claims. Kruczek stated previously that they will contact the homeowners. No additional information was provided regarding this issue.
n. N8296 Sunset Drive-repair ditch settlement. Bud Sabel will perform a site visit.
o. Vacant lot (behind N8296 Sunset Drive) on Edgewood Lane needs restoration with the approach.. Bud Sabel will perform a site visit.
p. N8456 Cty. QQ-need fill in ditch by mail box. Bud Sabel will perform a site visit.
q. N8563 Cty. QQ-need fill in ditch by mail box. Bud Sabel will perform a site visit.
r. Reimbursement to Fond du County Highway Dept. for damage to bituminous road on Cty. QQ. The Fond du Lac County Highway Dept. plans to request reimbursement of $3,000-4,000.00 from Kruczek for 270 square yards of damaged pavement. The County resurfaced the area in the summer of 2005. The Hwy. Dept. stated the damaged area required additional preparation work. The Commission consensus was to not require Kruczek to reimburse the County for the damage.
2. Consideration and possible action regarding Kruczek’s project completion requirements. The Commission will wait for resolution of the punchlist items listed as Items 1(a) thru (r).
3. Discuss grinder pump issues. Bud Sabel met with Mark Mand. The top of the Endres’ grinder pump is 8’8” higher than the floor of the Endres’ house. The wet-well is 20’ from cover to bottom. A location to the south of the home would be approximately 34” below the floor level. The property owners were involved in the location of the pump station. Mark Mand quoted $13,000 to relocate the station. Town & Country would do the work on time & materials.
4. Consideration and possible action regarding shrubs removed in the easement area of the Butler grinder pump. The recorded easement obligates the District to replace any trees and/or shrubs or to compensate the owner for the trees and/or shrubs. Mr. Butler contacted Foth & Van Dyke requesting compensation. Mrs. Butler indicated to Bud Sabel that everything was fine. Bud Sabel will contact the Butler’s.
5. Discuss any other outstanding restoration issues. The County buried two man-holes along Cty. QQ when they re-shouldered. Bud Sabel will investigate.

New Business
1. Acknowledge receipt of correspondence from Bud Sabel regarding special assessments against lands zoned for exclusive agricultural use. Mr. Sabel’s correspondence was submitted to Attorney Gary Sharpe for a legal opinion. He will respond on behalf of the District in the near future.
2. Consideration and possible acceptance of a Notice and Release and Settlement of Claim received from Wausau Insurance on behalf of Hoffman Construction Co. for damage incurred during the reconstruction of Hwy. 149. The District submitted a claim for $10,920.74 to Hoffman for the televising, cleaning and engineering of the Hwy. 149 sewer. John Rickert motioned to accept the release as submitted, seconded by Mike Freund. Motion carried (3-0).
3. Consideration and possible approval of ordinance changes pertaining to special assessments, deferred assessments, stand-by assessments and sewer extensions. The Commission tabled action until the draft resolution is received.
4. Consideration and possible approval of agreements with Signature Homes and Nett Construction regarding the impact of the amended ordinance and special assessment schedule. The Commission tabled action until the draft agreement is received.
5. Approval of bills. Bill Gius moved to approve the bills as presented (order nos. 117-128), with the exception of paying Taycheedah Sanitary District #1 $380.43 for the Ledge Road interim flows and $155.20 for Fond du Lac Sanitary District #2 cost-share of operations and maintenance expenses, seconded by John Rickert. Motion carried (3-0).
Bill Gius made the following motion:
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• authorize the transfer of $8,400.00 from the G.O. Account to the regular checking account,
• authorize the transfer of $2,287.56 from the Operations/Inspections Account to the regular checking account for the Inspectors’ payroll,
• authorize the transfer of $811.15 from the Operations/User Charge Account to the Reserve for Replacement Account,
• authorize the transfer of $18,572.36 from the Operations/User Charge Account to the Debt Service Account,
• authorize the wire transfer of $53,625.00 for the Bond Anticipation Note semi-annual payment.
The motion was seconded by Mike Freund. Motion carried (3-0).
6. Public Comment. Ken Groeschel addressed the Commission regarding the settling of his driveway. He commented that his grass claim and tree claims were settled; but not his blacktop claim. Mr. Groeschel was instructed that he needs to address the issue with Town & Country.
7. Adjournment. Bill Gius motioned to adjourn at 8:21 p.m., seconded by John Rickert. Motion carried (3-0).

The next meeting of the Commission will take place on Wednesday, October 19th, at 6:00 p.m.



Attest:_____________________________________________
Brenda A. Schneider
District Recording Secretary




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