THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Town Wagner Needs Outside Burn Permits
The Town of Wagner Public Works Department listed updates they performed during the month. Presentation was made at the Monthly Board Meeting on Tuesday, March 14.
Public Works updates included checked town roads and called in plows for snow removal and sanding, cleaned up and scraped paved roads with plow, installed spring weight limit signs on roads, repaired hydraulic system on snow plow, cleaned up town roads from windstorm, unclogged five culverts, operate dumpsite, hauled chairs to dumpsite, and attended the WAPA seminar about paved/paving town roads.
For animal control issues call Jerry Micksch at 715-732-0147.
Wausaukee Rescue Squad is going good but there is still a shortage of people.
Among action items, set the annual meeting for Tuesday, April 18 at 6 pm and approved the 2016 Town of Wagner annual report to be presented then, applied the 2016 ending balance of $14,214.50 to the 2017 budget by increasing Fire Department by $5,702.68 and Contingency by $8,511.82.
Approve the purchase of a used ATV, trailer, and rescue sled for the Wagner Fire Department use.
All outstanding bills in the amount of $36,145.59 were paid.
Chairperson Lynn Hickey and supervisors Kurt Konell and Allen Sievert were present along with Melissa Christiansen (Clerk), Jim Hickey (Public Works), Bill Woodward, Todd Hermes, Darcy, Hermes, Don Willan, Betty Willan, Mike Caylor, Toni Goldschmidt, Gerard Micksch (Animal Control), Lynn Roberts, Mollie Arthur, Thomas Arthur (Fire Chief) and Jim Wortner & Janice Wortner (Road King).
The Pledge of Allegiance was said, and addendum was approved.
Sup. Konell was thanked for being on the Town Board and stated he will be missed greatly.
The minutes were handled along with fire department updates. They were three fire calls, downed trees on power line, 32 man hours accumulated, with snow gone burning permits are required.