THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Beecher Okays Liquor License for 4-Seasons
Issue Date: August 29, 2018
All board members and five residents were present for the monthly Town of Beecher board meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21.
A resident thanked the town for work on Butterfield Road and stated it is a lot better now that it has been filled in. Other comments from the public included that Chitko Road at Roth Road needs signage and perhaps brush there needs clearing, and the dangerous building on Butterfield at Roth has been torn down. There were requests for an update on two citations that had been issued, and for addition of agenda item to discuss cutting of the acre of dead jack pine along Boone Road, along with a comment that the porta potty at the town hall appears to have not been serviced. Another resident thanked the board for the hidden driveway signs and expressed thanks to the town crew for a job well done.
By unanimous vote the board approved a liquor license for The Four Seasons Resort. A resident present who stated that the building has a mold issue was told that the state will need to take care of that during their inspections.
Recycling report showed that in July there were 23.07 tons of garbage, 1.55 ton of recyclables and 3.46 tons of paper collected.
In July there were nine building permits issued. Two fire signs were issued. There were no driveway permit requests.
The Gordon variance request was tabled until next meeting as no one appeared regarding the request. Variance requested by Sedmark for a home with attached garage on an undersized lot was approved.
Application by Four Seasons Resort for a liquor license was reviewed. On a motion by Supervisor Groy, seconded by Supervisor Keeley the license was approved
Clancy Whiting and Jeff Mueller were appointed as alternates to the Board of Review.
After reviewing the Scott Construction proposal the board agreed to double seal Pinkart Road and single seal Weckerle Road, Parr Road, Culp Lane and Town Corner Road from French Road to the end.
Discussion of ongoing road improvements included comments that the crew is waiting for rain to continue grading.
Correspondence consisted of a letter from Crime Stoppers updating the town on what they have accomplished.
The next meeting will be at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11.