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Wagner Fire Department June Jamboree June 26

Issue Date: June 17, 2021

Those attending the Wagner Town Board's regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, June 9 were reminded that the Fire Department will hold a June Jamboree at the Heritage Inn from noon to 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 26.

Those present were Town Chair Steve Renikow Sr., Supervisors Mollie Arthur and Ed Delfosse, Treasurer Margo Renikow, Clerk Cassie Brown and seven members of the public.

Much of the conversation at the meeting again involved issues connected with Lake Mary, and road work plans.

Clerk Cassie Brown reported receiving a letter from Wausaukee School requesting donations for their back-to-school program, for which the deadline is August 15. Chair Renikow Sr. stated it should be placed on the agenda for the next meeting.

Chair Renikow said in a call regarding a near accident on Wagner Rd. in front of the Brix residence a request was made to lower the speed limit, and two 45 MPH signs will be placed on the road.

Renikow reported the Wagner Sportsman's Club had installed the remainder of the 10-foot section on the Lake Mary dock, so it is currently 30 ft. long and 8 ft. wide.

During time for public comment, Sam Marzahl stated the dock at Lake Mary has been used for swimming and that it is only a matter of time before somebody is hurt. Chairperson Steve Renikow Sr. stated it is a public landing and can be used accordingly.

Roy Geurts requested confirmation as to why the Town of Wagner did not create a â€no wake†ordinance last year as requested. Chair Renikow replied that both Middle Inlet and the Town of Wagner have to agree on an ordinance before it could be put into effect and this has not yet been discussed.

Geurts also stated that Ed Delfosse's email address provided on the Town's website isn't working correctly, and that the fish in Lake Mary are being impacted by the heat.

Patty Michels stated that they have been receiving comments through the website, and it appears the community is using it. She would like to create email contacts by topic, and also begin a focus on business and organization listings. Any organization in the community that would like to be listed on the website was invited to contact Clerk Cassie Brown via email at townofwagnerclerk@yahoo.com.

Don Willan asked about the status of the Old Depot and stated the property is still a mess. Chair Renikow Sr. stated that legal action would need to take place in order to proceed further. It is private property and has been condemned. Howie Anderson declared he would agree to legal action. Renikow stated it would be placed on the agenda for next month.

Meeting minutes and budget reports were approved as presented. Treasurer Margo Renikow stated there was a transfer of $60,000 to cover disbursements.

Mike Caylor reported the fire Department had three calls since the last meeting. One for a false alarm, one for a logging skidder on fire, and one for trees down on Old Rail Rd. Department personnel had spent 53.5 hours on maintenance and training.

Training was held at a property on the west side of Lake Mary that includes horse trails and camp sites. Middle Inlet Fire Department organized this training, and they ran through multiple scenarios for injuries.

Lynda Caylor had replaced the American flags on the Town Hall and Fire Department buildings, and asked for information on what to do with the old flags. Supervisor Mollie Arthur suggested Jeff Lindbom could probably help.

Don Willan noted that the loan for the new truck will be paid in full in June.

Caylor reminded everyone that the Fire Department's June Jamboree will be held at the Heritage on Saturday, June 26. The meat raffle will be from Noon o 3 p.m., a band will play from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., and bucket raffles and 50/50 drawings will be held throughout the day.

Chair Renikow Sr. stated 27 loads of gravel have been used so far this year, and brushing was done.

In regard to construction on Broennenberg Road, Renikow Sr. stated he had met with the contractor and measured where the mile ends. He commented that the next 723 feet at the top of the hill is in really good shape, and recommended doing black top on the next section over instead. Grinding will begin Friday, June 18, and the gravel won't be done until the end of July. Blacktop will take place in September. The culverts were to be replaced on June 9 and 10.

Clerk Cassie Brown read the policy for public record request fees. Black and white copies will be .05 cents each, and color copies will be .20 cents each. Don Willan asked what can be charged, and Brown confirmed the fees can only cover the cost of materials. The Board accepted the policy.

In regard to possible application for bridge/culvert aid, Supervisor Delfosse stated that County was not sure if there will be another application for 2023. Due date for the current application has already passed. A survey will need to be completed before proceeding further, he said.

Clerk Brown reported Open Book will be held on Saturday, July 10 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., and Board of Review will be held on Saturday, July 17th, 2021 from 8 a.m. o 10 a.m. An appointment is not necessary for Open Book, but is recommended for Board of Review. Chair Renikow Sr. reminded everyone that the purpose of Open Book is to compare property value assessments with other parcels and discuss any issues with the assessor.

Clerk Brown stated there was an application for renewal of the Class B liquor license at the Heritage Inn, and for seven operator's licenses, all set to expire June 30. Motion to renew all the licenses applied for was unanimously approved.

The next regular board meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 14. Future agenda items include a donation for the Wausaukee School back to school program, and discussion on possible legal action in regard to the Old Rail Road depot.


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