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Town Wagner Gets Update on Permit Process Changes
Chair Lynn Hickey presided at the Wagner monthly board meeting on Tuesday, May 9. Supervisors Mollie Arthur and Allen Sievert were present along with Toni Goldschmidt, Treasurer, Jim Hickey, Public Works, Fire Chief Thomas Arthur, Jane Meissner, Building Inspector/Zoning Administrator, Renee Woodward, Thomas Arthur, Darcy Hermes, Todd Hermes, Don Willan, and Lynn Roberts.
The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Hickey at 6:40 p.m. Pledge of Allegiance was said and the agenda was approved.
Nature's Edge Inspection Agency with Jane Meissner, gave an update of changes to the permit processing and little houses from new State rules.
The contract for uniform dwelling code (UDC) enforcement services was approved for two years until June 12, 2019.
To be eligible for CDBG the Town must be at least 51% LMI residents. Unfortunately, Department of Housing and Urban development's LMI percentage for the Town of Wagner only is 26.2%. The Town will still seek other means to obtain monies for future community projects.
The April 18, 2017 annual meeting minutes and monthly meeting minutes were approved as was discussion only on the treasurer's report ending April 30.
Fire Department updates included two fire calls, car accident, an alarm check, 20 man hours accumulated, four members trained in Delafield.
There was discussion only on approving the Wagner Fire Department SOG and Wagner Fire Department By-Laws and any future subtraction and additions to be presented to the Board for approval.
Public Works updates were ran dumpsite, cleaned up hazard trees, cleaned out culvert ends and ditching, closed tri culvert bridge on Cottage Lane due to holes in the roadway, straighten road sign Packard Road, and discussed only on Public Works spring road ride: 25 traffic signs and 55 road signs in need of replacing.
Among action items were update on handling public nuisances affecting peace and safety on code of general ordinances chapters 15.203 and 15.0204, to approve Ordinance Number 15.0101(E) Sex Offender Placement Ordinance to the Code of General Ordinances, discussion only on either Marinette County quote for asphalt on Old Rail Road or placing Old Rail Road out for bid.
Future agenda items are Old Rail Road, Fire Department SOG/By-Laws, and Fire Department addition.
All outstanding bills totalling $25,483.33 were paid.
The next meeting is Wednesday, June 14 at 6:30 pm.