THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Town Board of Audit Finds Books in Order
Issue Date: February 22, 2017
Wausaukee--At the Wausaukee Town Board Feb. 14 meeting at 7 PM at the Town Hall brief discussion was held regarding "Noise Ordinance". Sup. Dennis Taylor made a motion to not have a "Noise Ordinance" with a second by Chairman Engelmann. The three yes votes were by Engelmann, Taylor, and Sup. Kurt Stumbris. Voting no were Supervisors Jicha and Tomasino.
Jicha made a motion to Change Building Ordinance to read: Section 3 Building Permits required (6) The Town of Wausaukee prohibits manufactured or mobile homes in excess of 15 years of age to be set in the Town of Wausaukee. Taylor gave the second and approval followed.
Also present were Roger Howe, Jack Zore, Jack and Penny Pociask, James Pociask, Bob Wesolowski, Chopper Dunlap, and Eric Edlebeck. Chairman Engelmann called the meeting to order at 7 P.M.
The agenda was approved with the addition of Mary Ann Schultz application for operator's license and discussion/action on seasonal road bands.
Minutes were followed by Financial Report which showed Jan. 31 checking balance of $26,454.92, and money marketaccounts $ 1,197,393.76. Vouchers were reviewed, and Roger Howe introduced "Town Board Resolution #021417 for Discontinuing Public Way". A Public Hearing will be followed by the final Board action on the Proposed Resolution is April 11 at 6:45 pm.
Engelmann opened discussion for replacing Bob's International Truck. Board agreed to start process of getting approximate costs with specs together for board to review and then request for bids in near future.
Tomasino made a motion to appoint Kim Orlando Agent for "Sociables Bar and Grill". Liquor License was also approved for "Sociables Bar and Grill" as well as Liquor/Cigarette Licenses.
Operators Licenses for Terry Williams, Dorothy Jansen, Tracy Messar, Jeanine Bergles were approved upon receipt of pertinent paperwork for each application.
Dan Mier had his operator's license approved.
Eric Edlebeck, Fire Chief , presented quarterly report for review and reported on projects and new purchases by the Fire Department. He also has been looking at costs for Tanker Replacement and seeking what the Town Boards thoughts are on replacing and the Board agreed to get specs and costs together and will discuss it at March meeting.
Jerry Pillath, Town Assessor, presented reports on Major Class Comparison; Municipal Assessment Report, Building permits and 2016 Sales Report.
In the future when a vote is requested on a motion the clerk will note how each member of the Board voted.
The Clerk will research rules and regulations regarding Long Lake in the Town and the Board is not interested in Face Book page.
The Board of Audit examined the books of the clerk and compared them to treasurer's report and bank statements and found them to be accurate and exact.