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Johnsburg Sanitary District
Tuesday, February 6 2007
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
LOCATION: at the Taycheedah Town Hall
Monthly Meeting

AGENDA

1. Call to order.
2. Oath of Office.
3. Approval of minutes of the 1/2/07 meeting.
4. Review insurance coverage with Rural Mutual Insurance.
5. Discuss operational issues.
6. Status report on connections.
7. Status of remaining treatment plant capacity.
8. Status of a possible sewer extension on Meyer Court.
9. Status of the draft Agreement with Calumet Fire Dept. for the purchase of confined space safety equipment.
10. Consideration and possible acceptance of a Letter of Understanding for auditing services with Schenck Business Solutions, Inc.
11. Approval of District bills.
12. Schedule the next meeting.
13. Commissioners’ reports and comments.
14. Adjournment.


Brenda A. Schneider
District Recording Secretary




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MINUTES

The Johnsburg Sanitary District Commission met on Tuesday, February 6th, 2007, at 9:00 a.m., at the Taycheedah Town Hall, for the purpose of conducting their February monthly meeting. Members present were President Franz Schmitz, Commissioners Dennis Lefeber and Ken Schneider and Recording Secretary Brenda Schneider.
1. Call to order. President Schmitz called the meeting to order at 9:04 a.m.
2. Oath of Office. The Oath of Office was administered to Dennis Lefeber for a six-year term.
3. Approval of meeting minutes. The Commission reviewed the minutes of the 1/2/07 meeting. Hearing no objections, the President declared the minutes approved as presented.
4. Review insurance coverage with Rural Mutual Insurance. Mike Immel, agent, gave the following overview of the District’s insurance coverage:
• Covered equipment includes the grinder pump stations, lift stations, meter station, vent pipes, odor control units and office contents,
• 6% automatic inflation guard on the policy,
• $4,000,000 liability per year,
• $2,000,000 liability per event,
• $5,000 for medical expenses,
• $100,000 for damage to rented property, and
• Workman’s Comprehensive Insurance.
5. Discuss operational issues. It was reported that Pump 2 at the Cty. Q lift station is running well. It was assumed to have a blockage that recently caused the runtimes to differ.
The gas problems at the Schneiderhan’s property have decreased due to the replacement of a cracked toilet and the installation of a filter on the vent pipe.
6. Status report on connections. All connections have been finalized and all necessary inspections have been completed.
7. Status of remaining treatment plant capacity. The Commission took official action to pursue purchasing 20 additional RUEs of treatment plant capacity at their January meeting. The Commission discussed the timing of the purchase. The Commission consensus was to finalize the purchase as soon as possible. Ron Cunzenheim recommends purchasing the equivalent down-stream sewer capacity in the near future. Ron will be asked for quotes.
8. Status of a possible sewer extension on Meyer Court. Jason Meyer has yet to petition the Taycheedah Town Board for a rezone to residential. Also, East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission is requesting the swap of 15.75 acres in order to add the Meyer property into the District’s sewer service area.
9. Status of the draft Agreement with Calumet Fire Dept. for the purchase of confined space safety equipment. No update was available. Chief Brian Schmitz will be asked to attend the next meeting.
10. Consideration and possible acceptance of a Letter of Understanding for auditing services with Schenck Business Solutions, Inc. Ken Schneider motioned to accept the Letter of Understanding, with the name corrected in the body of the letter, seconded by Dennis Lefeber. Motion carried (3-0).
11. Approval of District bills. Ken Schneider motioned to approve the bills totaling $2,517.12 (order nos. 6-15), and to authorize the following:
• Transfer $2,500.00 from the User Charge Account to the regular checking account,
• Transfer $8,014.57 from the User Charge Account to the Debt Service Account, and
• Transfer $546.45 from User Charge Account to the Reserve for Replacement Account.
The motion was seconded by Dennis Lefeber. Motion carried (3-0).
12. Schedule the next meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for March 6th, at 9:00 a.m..
13. Commissioners’ reports and comments. The Commission reported on the Fond du Lac City Council Workshop Meeting recently held to discuss Taycheedah Sanitary District No. 1’s request to purchase additional treatment plant capacity and the County Sanitarian’s lack of authority regarding sewer service extensions.
14. Adjournment. The President declared the meeting adjourned at 11:10 a.m.


Attest:_____________________________________________
Brenda A. Schneider
District Recording Secretary




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