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Wausaukee OKs Lubka For Snowmobile Route
Issue Date: November 17, 2021
At a half-hour regular monthly meeting and a 5-minute Budget Hearing and Special Town meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 9, Town of Wausaukee board and electors accepted the town budget for 2022 as reviewed by Town Chair Jeff Englemann and set the Town property tax levy at $607,421.
Present for the 6:30 p.m. meeting in addition to Engelmann were Supervisor 1 Bob Jicha; Supervisor 2 Brandon Taylor; Supervisor 4 Dennis Taylor; Clerk Cheryl Stumbris; Treasurer Hope Wesolowski, and residents Jeff Schwaller and Chris Grove. Supervisor 3 Matt Jicha was absent.
The evening began with the regular monthly board meeting.Financial report showed the town had balances of $10,709.20 in checking and$408,929.18 in the Money Market General Account.
In a brief update on Wausaukee Rescue Squad, Englemann said they are still in process of organizing and management changes.
The Wausaukee Fire District Third Quarter report was reviewed. The board agreed any concerns will be on December Agenda.
Jeff Schwaller with Ranger City Riders Snowmobile Club stated that he did not have any luck with an easement request for Corridor 1 Snowmobile Trail. The board agreed to the use of part of Lubka Road for the trail. Signage will indicate trail change, and Schwaller said the new Snowmobile Trail Maps will also show the route change.