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Town Board
Monday, August 14 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.

Unfinished Business
1. Status of the transfer of the Scenic Overlook from the Dept. of Transportation to the Town.
2. Appointment of a Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 3-St. Peter Area Commissioner to serve a six year term beginning July 2006.
New Business
1. Consideration and possible approval of the Preliminary Plat of Sandy Beach Business Park.
2. Consideration and possible approval of the Blasting Permit for sewer construction in Windward Estates.
3. Consideration and possible action regarding a nuisance complaint against the property located at N8114 Glen Street.
4. Consideration and possible action to compensate Scott Construction for the wedging work done on Seven Hills Road.
5. Consideration and possible selection of a planning consultant to assist with the compilation of the Town’s Comprehensive Plan.
6. Consideration and possible approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement for North Fond du Lac to Provide Municipal Court Service to the Villages of Rosendale, Campbellsport, Brandon and Fairwater, Oakfield, the City of Fond du Lac, and the Towns of Ripon, Empire and Taycheedah.
7. Consideration and possible approval of the following speed limits:
a. Lakeview Road from Parkview Court to Cty. Q 45 mph
b. Decorah Lane from Lakeview Road to the cul de sac 35 mph
c. Sunset Drive from Cty. WH to Silica Road 35 mph
d. Tower Road from Cty. WH to N7954 Tower Road 45 mph
8. Consideration and possible approval of the Development Agreement for Windward Estates.
9. Consideration and possible approval of a Resolution Adopting the National Incident Management System (NIMS) as the Town Standard for all Incident Management.
10. Status of developer required road construction-Meadowview Drive, Meyer Court and Blackberry Drive.
11. Report on the revised asphalt projects.
12. Discuss the purchase of a pick-up truck.
13. Discuss Taycheedah Sanitary District No.1’s generator project.
14. Discuss the following possible revisions to the ordinance:
a. Sec. 13-1-23(b), Residential-with public sewer allows for a buildable lot to have 40 feet of frontage on a public highway.
b. Sec. 13-1-24(f)(3)(a), the highway setback for lots abutting private roads.
c. Sec. 13-1-48, add a paragraph regarding restrictions on boathouses.
d. Sec. 13-1-140(a), delete “An accessory use or structure in any zoning district shall not be established prior to the principal use or structure being present or under construction.”
e. Sec. 13-1-140(c), exempt boathouses from the accessory structure/garage limitation.
f. Sec. 14-1-31(b), require the submission of engineering reports, plans and specifications for the construction of any public improvements, pavement designs and other improvements necessary in the subdivision with the final plat. Delete the requirement to submit drainage facilities and erosion control.
g. Sec. 14-1-31(c), require the submission of legal instruments and rules for proposed property owners association and proposed deed restrictions or restrictive covenants with the final plat.
h. Sec. 14-1-84, Fees in Lieu of Land, consider deleting this entire section.
15. Certified Survey Maps.
16. 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, August 14th, 2006, at 7:30 p.m., at the Town Hall, for the purpose of conducting the August monthly meeting. Members present were Chairman Jerry Guelig, Supervisors Mike Wirtz, John Abler and Jim Bertram, Clerk Brenda Schneider and Deputy Treasurer Virginia Schneider. Supervisor Tim Simon was absent.
The Chairman called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. After verification of the tape recording of Item #7, Appointment of a Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 3-St. Peter Area Commissioner to serve a six year term beginning July 2006, Jerry Guelig motioned to approve the minutes of the 7/10/06 and 7/31/06 meetings, seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
Committee Reports:
Park & Rec.-August 11th, a Boy Scout and his helpers built a shelter by the sledding hill.
Special Orders:
None stated.
Unfinished Business:
#1 Status of the transfer of the Scenic Overlook from the Dept. of Transportation to the Town. Mike Wirtz has spoken to Lindsay Bowers, Washington, D.C. The DNR controls most of the conditions placed on the property. The DOT controls the access to Hwy. 151 and is in favor of eliminating the Hwy. 151 access. The DOT will be asked to prepare a revised agreement.
#2 Appointment of a Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 3- St. Peter Area Commissioner to serve a six year term beginning July 2006. Chairman Guelig has contacted three people but is still awaiting a response. He proposed to table the appointment until the next meeting.
Karen Schwengels, Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 1 Commissioner, requested the Board consider appointing an intelligent, capable and competent person to the commissioner position due to the fact that ongoing discussions in an attempt to resolve some issues between the two districts are suspended pending an appointment. It was her understanding that Mike Sabel was interested. Jerry Guelig responded that two candidates were turned down at the last meeting and that the appointment would be further tabled until next month. Ms. Schwengels urged the Board to appoint Mike Sabel. Mike Wirtz responded that he wanted to ask Mike Sabel some questions at the last meeting but was not given an opportunity; therefore, he did not support Mike’s appointment last month. However, he has since spoken to Mike about the position and would be comfortable with his appointment. Mike Wirtz motioned to appoint Mike Sabel to the Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 3 Commission, seconded by John Abler. Motion carried (3-1-1 absent). Nay-Jerry Guelig.

New Business:
#1 Consideration and possible approval of the Preliminary Plat of Sandy Beach Business Park. The Plan Commission conducted a public hearing on August 14th, 2006. The Plan Commission resolved to recommend the Town Board approve the Preliminary Plat conditional upon the Town Board addressing the issue of responsible party for road improvement and establishment of a proper ditch within the newly established dedicated right-or-way.
The Preliminary Plat is for the outlots only.
The Board discussed the ditch issue, the responsibility for its construction, the placement of driveway culverts and the potential for confusion with setbacks.
Ron Cunzenheim explained that the drainage flows to the north and that the berm will be built when the business area is developed. It was noted that the location of an appropriate ditch would be behind the existing telephone poles currently located approximately 9 feet from the edge of the street.
Jerry Guelig motioned to accept the Plan Commission’s recommendation and that the ditch is in the Town’s right-of-way and therefore is the Town’s responsibility, seconded by Mike Wirtz. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#2 Consideration and possible approval of a Blasting Permit for sewer construction in Windward Estates. Jerry Guelig motioned to approve the Blasting Permit application, seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#3 Consideration and possible action regarding a nuisance complaint against the property located at N8114 Glen Street. Jerry Guelig motioned to direct Attorney St. Peter to send the owner a letter giving him three

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days to abate the nuisances, seconded by John Abler. It was noted that there are more mice and some rats in the neighborhood. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#4 Consideration and possible action to compensate Scott Construction for the wedging work done on Seven Hills Road. Scott Construction inadvertently laid $4,000.00 worth of asphalt wedging on Seven Hills Road as part of the Town of Forest project. Scott Construction is willing to wait until 2007 for compensation. Scott Construction planned to double chipseal the area for a total cost of $11,500.00. Jerry Guelig motioned to offer Scott Construction $10,000.00 for the wedging and double chipseal under the condition payment can be made after January 1st, 2007, seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#5 Consideration and possible selection of a planning consultant to assist with the compilation of the town’s Comprehensive Plan. On July 31st, the Town Board interviewed Foth & Van Dyke, Martenson & Eisele and Omnni & Associates. John Abler motioned to contract with Omnni & Associates for the development of a Comprehensive Plan, seconded by Jerry Guelig. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#6 Consideration and possible approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement for North Fond du Lac to Provide Municipal Court Service to the Villages of Rosendale, Campbellsport, Brandon and Fairwater, Oakfield, the City of Fond du Lac, and the Towns of Ripon, Empire and Taycheedah. Jerry Guelig motioned to approve the Memorandum of Understanding to Provide Municipal Court Service, seconded by John Abler. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#7 Consideration and possible approval of the following speed limits:
a. Lakeview Road from Parkview Court to Cty. Q 45 mph
b. Decorah Lane from Lakeview Road to the cul de sac 35 mph
c. Sunset Drive from Cty. WH to Silica Road 35 mph
d. Tower Road from Cty. WH to N7954 Tower Road 45 mph
Mike Wirtz motioned to approve the above noted speed limits, seconded John Abler. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#8 Consideration and possible approval of the Development Agreement for Windward Estates. The Clerk was directed to strike The Developer further agrees to construct laterals to extend a minimum of 10 feet beyond the right-of-way. Karen Schwengels informed the Board that Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 1 intends to revise their ordinance requiring the extension of lateral stubs. Jim Bertram motioned to approve the Developer’s Agreement as revised, seconded by Jerry Guelig. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#9 Consideration and possible approval of a Resolution Adopting the National Incident Management System (NIMS) as the Town Standard for all Incident Management. Mike Wirtz motioned to approve the Resolution, seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#10 Status of developer required road construction-Meadowview Drive, Meyer Court and Blackberry Drive. The certified survey map creating Meyer Court included the cul de sac. The south end of the street and the cul de sac were not asphalted. The Clerk was directed to send the developer a letter instructing him to complete the asphalt work.
The asphalt work on Meadowview Drive was completed on July 31st.
Mr. Sippel has contacted the Clerk to inform her that he intends to attempt a rezone of the land to the south of the cul de sac from R-8 to R-2. The Board directed the Clerk to send Mr. Sippel a letter informing him that he has until October 10th to complete the asphalt work.
#11 Report on the revised asphalt projects. The awarded project for the intersection of McCabe Road and Church Road was postponed due to the lack of base material from the Silica Road project. The funds were transferred to the Johnsburg Road project, additional wedging on the Konen Road project and additional chipseal on the Seven Hills Road project.
#12 Discuss the purchase of a pick-up truck. The Ford F550, with the plow, was sold for $21,000.00. After discussion, authorization to purchase a pick-up truck was tabled.
#13 Discuss Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 1’s generator project. Ron Cunzenheim, OSG Representative, recently issued a written opinion that TSD#1’s generator project is a cost that should be shared by all affected parties. Bill Gius, Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 3 President, noted that the District has two legal opinions that the generator project is not a cost-share expense. Karen Schwengels, TSD#1 Commissioner, added that their District is in the process of obtaining an opinion from their attorney regarding the matter. She informed the Board that TSD#1 has paid the associated costs. The Town Board consensus was to reaffirm their position objecting to paying a portion of the project.
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#14 Discuss the following possible revisions to the ordinance:
a . Sec. 13-1-23(b), Residential-with public sewer allows for a buildable lot to have 40 feet of frontage on a public street.
b. Sec. 13-1-24(f)(3)(a), the highway setback for lots abutting private roads.
c. Sec. 13-1-48, add a paragraph regarding restrictions on boathouses.
d. Sec. 13-1-140(a), delete “An accessory use or structure in any zoning shall not be established prior to the principal use or structure being present or under construction.
e. Sec. 13-1-140(c), exempt boathouses from the accessory structure/garage limitation.
f. Sec. 14-1-31(b), require the submission of engineering reports, plans and specifications fro the construction of any public improvements, pavement designs and other improvements necessary in the subdivision with the final plat. Delete the requirement to submit drainage facilities and erosion control.
g. Sec. 14-1-31(c), require the submission of legal instruments and rules for proposed property owners association and proposed deed restrictions or restrictive covenants with the final plat.
h. Sec. 14-1-84, Fees in Lieu of Land, consider deleting this entire section.
The Town Board consensus was to submit Items c and e to the Plan Commission for their recommendation. All other proposed revisions will be discussed at a workshop meeting on Monday, August 21st.
#15 Certified Survey Maps. A certified survey map was submitted on behalf of Ann R. Hanson. The CSM creates Lot 1-consisting of 2.01 acres and Lot 2-consisting of 1.51 acres in the SW1/4 of the SE1/4 of Section 16. Jerry Guelig motioned to approve the CSM, seconded by Mike Wirtz. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).
#16 Approval of Town bills. Jerry Guelig motioned to approve the bills as submitted (order nos. 456-535), seconded by Jim Bertram. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).

Public comments and questions pertaining to town business:
The Board heard public comments and questions pertaining to the nuisance complaint against W3954 Cty. WH and a request to provide more copies of the meeting’s agenda for the public.

The Town Board informed those in attendance that they recently met with representatives of the Calumet and Mt. Calvary Fire Departments to further discuss the establishment of a satellite station in Taycheedah. Currently, the Town has 11 volunteers to man a station. The consensus was that more manpower would be needed to operate a satellite station. It was further agreed that the departments would provide training to the interested volunteers. The Town Board may further consider the matter in the future.

Jerry Guelig motioned to adjourn at 9:54 p.m., seconded by Mike Wirtz. Motion carried (4-0-1 absent).


Attest_______________________________________
Brenda A. Schneider
Town Clerk




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