THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Stephenson Okays Purchase of Waste Oil Burner
The Stephenson Town Board regular meeting was held Wednesday, Dec. 14 at the Town Hall. Chairman Mike Kudick called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Present besides Kudick were Supervisors Rick Kikulski, Jeff Lieuwen, Kevin Solway and Jim Stadal, treasurer Mary Jane Kempka, Attorney Kim Coggins, Clerk Elaine Olson along with four others.
The agenda was adopted and minutes approved.
Kempka's financial report showed balances as of Nov. 30 as Bank North General Fund $124,583.63; Bank North Money Market Fund 546-$469,719.36; Bank North Fire Dept. Money Market Fund 362-$71,109.85; Nicolet Bank Tax Money Market-$4,569.53; F & M Bank Depreciation Account-$504,598.89; and Bank Mutual Investment CD-$50,000.
Vouchers #46680 through 46810 were presented for payment as well as EFT payments and withdrawals through December. Department reports were given by Fire, Public Works, Code Enforcer, and Canin and a report by Kudick for the Building Inspector.
Solway made a motion to purchase the waste oil burner for $14,010 and have the Superintendent of Public Works install it.
Operators licenses were approved for Jennifer Cunningham and Jacqueline Netols, to expire June 30, 2018.
Clerk Olson explained that Tammy's Bar and Grill had been issued a liquor license to become effective March 1, 2017. They will be ready to open sooner than previously expected and have requested that the issue date be moved up to Jan. 1, 2017. They have paid the required fees. Stadal made the motion to grant the change date.
Lieuwen moved to forgive the hall charges for the Feb. 11 craft show to benefit rescue.
With no public comments the meeting adjourned at 7:08 p.m..