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Town Board
Monday, February 13 2006
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
LOCATION: at the Town Hall
Monthly Meeting

AGENDA


Agenda
Call to order.
Pledge of Allegiance.
Approval of meeting minutes.
Committee reports.
Special orders.

Presentation
Mike Immel, Rural Mutual Insurance, will review the Town’s insurance coverage.

Unfinished Business
1. Status of the transfer of the Scenic Overlook from the Dept. of Transportation to the Town.
2. Status of the City of Fond du Lac’s raw water intake plant.
3. Discuss the status of asphalt work in Cheedah Meadows First Addition.
4. Discuss the status of property owner removal of fire number signs.

New Business
1. Consideration and possible approval of Windward Estates, Inc.’s rezone request of 38.71 acres from Agricultural Transitional (A-T) to Residential with public sewer (R-1). The lands are located in Section 31 and abut Golf Course Drive and Hwy. 151 Bypass.
2. Consideration and possible approval of the Preliminary Plat of Windward Estates Subdivision. The subdivision abuts Golf Course Drive and Hwy. 151 Bypass.
3. Consideration and possible approval of a kennel license requested by Sue Arndt.
4. Consideration and possible approval of a claim of $500.00 requested by Bill Gius for reimbursement of the personal insurance deductible for repair to a personal vehicle due to a car/deer accident while in route to a constable duty.
5. Consideration and possible action to join the East Shore Recycling Coalition in applying for a regional DNR Recycling Efficiency Incentive Grant to be used for education.
6. Consideration and possible action to join the East Shore Recycling Coalition in joining BeSmart Coalition for the development and delivery of educational materials.
7. Discuss the completion of asphalt work to be done by the developer on the following roads: Blackberry Drive and Meyer Court.
8. Consideration and possible approval of various rates for labor provided by the Road Dept.
9. Consideration and possible approval of a request by civic organizations in the St. Peter area to post signs/notices on the notice board located in the church parking lot.
10. Consideration and possible action to amend the Code of Ordinances to establish a penalty for the later filing of Campaign Registration Statements.
11. Review the Request for Proposals for the compilation of the Town’s Smart Growth Plan.
12. Consideration and possible action to require the dedication of a right-of-way for Sandy Beach Road.
13. Certified Survey Maps.
14. Approval of town bills.

Public comments and questions pertaining to town business.

Adjournment.

Brenda A. Schneider
Town Clerk


MINUTES

The Town Board of the Town of Taycheedah met on Monday, February 13th, 2006, at 7:30 p.m., at the Town Hall, for the purpose of conducting the February monthly meeting. Members present were Chairman Jerry Guelig, Supervisors Tim Simon, Mike Wirtz, John Abler and Jim Bertram, Clerk Brenda Schneider and Deputy Treasurer Virginia Schneider. Treasurer Roger Schneider was excused.
The Chairman called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Jim Bertram motioned to approve the minutes of the 1/5/06 and 1/9/06 meetings as presented, seconded by John Abler. Motion carried (5-0).
Committee Reports:
Park & Rec. Advisory Committee: A group of Boy Scouts are willing to build a sledding hill shelter and clean some of the trails. Lighting on the sledding hill was mentioned. The Committee meets in the spring and will consider installing lighting.
Special Orders:
None stated.
Presentation:
Mike Immel, Rural Mutual Insurance, reviewed the Town’s insurance coverage. Rural will re-appraise the buildings this year in order to verify the coverage is adequate. The Town also insures two tornado sirens, a nautical tower and a bathroom structure. Personal vehicle insurance is primary in the event of a liability claim arising while using one’s personal vehicle for town purposes. The Town’s insurance becomes secondary. The Town’s insurance does not cover collision or comprehensive claims. Mr. Immel will provide the Board a quote for insurance coverage for deductible reimbursement for collision and comprehensive claims that occur while using personal vehicles for town business purposes.
Unfinished Business:
#1 Status of the transfer of the Scenic Overlook from the Dept. of Transportation to the Town. The Town’s request to remove the property from the LAWCON conditions is sitting at the House of Representatives. The House wants to speak to the Dept. of Transportation. Mr. Wirtz does anticipate a response by the March meeting. LAWCON is part of the Fish & Wildlife Program.
#2 Status of the City’s raw water intake plant. Chairman Guelig and Supervisor Wirtz met with City Manager Tom Harre and Mark Lentz. The City is looking for land in the Town of Taycheedah for their pump station. The intake plant is still planned for where it was originally designed.
There is a public informational meeting at the church on Saturday.
#3 Discuss the status of asphalt work in Cheedah Meadows First Addition. In response to correspondence from the Town’s attorney, Chris Solberg submitted correspondence dated 12/1/05. The letter states that the final layer of asphalt will be installed by July 30th, 2006.
#4 Discussion the status of property owner removal of fire number signs. Letters have been sent to specific property owners requesting them to re-post their fire numbers. Some of them have reposted their signs. The Town will continue to monitor the situation.

New Business:
#1 Consideration and possible approval of Windward Estates, Inc.’s rezone request of 38.71 acres from Agricultural Transitions (A-T) to Residential with public sewer (R-1). The lands are located in Section 31 and abut Golf Course Drive and Hwy. 151 Bypass. The Plan Commission conducted a public hearing on February 13th, 2006. The Plan Commission resolved to recommend the Town Board approve the rezone request. Mike Wirtz motioned to approve the rezone request from A-T to R-1 as submitted, seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (5-0).
#2 Consideration and possible approval of the Preliminary Plat of Windward Estates Subdivision. The subdivision abuts Golf Course Drive and Hwy. 151 Bypass. The Plan Commission conducted a public hearing on February 13th, 2006. The Plan Commission resolved to recommend the Town Board approve the Preliminary Plat.
Jerry Guelig motioned to approve the Preliminary Plat as presented, seconded by Tim Simon. Mike Wirtz amended the motion that the Town will not maintain the boulevards and cul de sac islands, seconded by Jerry Guelig. Amended motion carried (5-0). Motion carried (5-0).
#3 Consideration and possible approval of a kennel license requested by Sue Arndt. The applicant was not in attendance.
February 13th, 2006 Town Board 2.
Monthly Meeting

#4 Consideration and possible approval of a claim of $500.00 requested by Bill Gius for reimbursement of the personal insurance deductible for repair to a personal vehicle due to a car/deer accident while in route to a constable duty. Bill’s personal insurance covered the damage claim with the exception of the $500.00 deductible. The Town’s insurance does not currently cover deductible reimbursement. Jerry Guelig motioned to reimburse Bill Gius $500.00 for his deductible, seconded by John Abler. Motion carried (5-0).
#5 Consideration and possible action to join the East Shore Recycling Coalition in applying for a regional DNR Recycling Efficiency Incentive Grant to be used for education. Several municipalities in Calumet County and the Town of Calumet formed a coalition two years ago. The coalition has been successful both years in receiving a Recycling Efficiency Incentive Grant. The grant funds must be used for the development and distribution of recycling educational materials. The coalition has offered the opportunity for entities in Fond du Lac County to join. Tim Simon motioned to not become a member of the coalition, seconded by Jerry Guelig. Motion carried (5-0).
#6 Consideration and possible action to join the East Shore Recycling Coalition in joining BeSmart Coalition for the development and delivery of educational materials. No action needed due to the decision to not become a member of the East Shore Recycling Coalition.
#7 Discuss the completion of asphalt work to be done by the developer on the following roads: Blackberry Drive and Meyer Court. The minutes of the March 14th, 1988 Town Board meeting state “A Preliminary Plat-Seven Hills Sub-Division, submitted by Kenneth Sippel, owner, located in Sec. 1 of the Town of Taycheedah. The plat was reviewed and approved with the condition that suffient (sic) surfaced turnaround be constructed on the end of Ryan Road. Second by Schmitz. Carried”. The Board will notify Mr. Sippel that if he is not going to extend Blackberry Drive; he needs to pave the cul de sac.
Meyer Court was dedicated to the Town by Certified Survey Map. Mr. Meyer will also be notified of his obligation to pave the road.
#8 Consideration and possible approval of various rates for labor provided by the Road Dept. Jerry Guelig motioned to adopt the rate schedule as presented, seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (4-1). Nay-Tim Simon.
#9 Consideration and possible approval of a request by civic organizations in the St. Peter area to post signs/notices on the notice board located in the church parking lot. Jerry Guelig motioned to deny the request, seconded by John Abler. Motion carried (5-0).
#10 Consideration and possible action to amend the Code of Ordinances to establish a penalty for the late filing of Campaign Registration Statements. The Ordinances do not contain an established penalty for the late filing of Campaign Registration Statements. Based upon Attorney John St. Peter’s recommendation, the Board consensus was to not amend the Ordinances and therefore, not establish such a penalty.
#11 Review the Request for Proposals for the compilation of the Town’s Smart Growth Plan. The RFP was reviewed and revised. The RFP will be submitted to consultants who have shown an interest in the project.
#12 Consideration and possible action to require the dedication of a right-of-way for Sandy Beach Road. The public portion of Sandy Beach Road is currently a 25-foot access easement. The road was transferred to the Town from the County in the early 1980’s. The Peebles Plat lies at the west line of the 25-foot access easement. Mike Wirtz motioned to require a 66-foot right-of-way beginning at the east property line of the Peebles Plat, seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (5-0).
#13 Certified Survey Maps. A Certified Survey Map was submitted on behalf of R.A.M. Investments for Lot 1 consisting of 60.21 acres and Lot 2 consisting of 6.37 acres. Jim Bertram motioned to approve the CSM conditional upon receipt of a revised Certified Survey Map establishing a dedicated 66-foot right-of-way, seconded by Jerry Guelig. Motion carried (5-0).
#14 Approval of Town bills. Mike Wirtz motioned to approve the bills as submitted (order nos. 70-142), seconded by Jerry Guelig. Motion carried (5-0).

Public comments and questions pertaining to town business:
Public comment was heard regarding a 30” gas main that will be constructed from Ixonia to Green Bay and complaints about a vehicle parked in the island of a cul de sac.

Jerry Guelig motioned to adjourn at 9:45 p.m., seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (5-0).

February 13th, 2006 Town Board 3.
Monthly Meeting




Attest_______________________________________
Brenda A. Schneider
Town Clerk




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