Wagner Town Board To Attend Sex Offender Meet
The Wagner Town Board meeting on Wednesday, June 14, officers present were Chair Lynn Hickey and Supervisors Mollie Arthur and Allen Sievert.
Others attending were Melissa Christiansen (Clerk), Toni Goldschmidt (Treasurer), Jim Hickey (Public Works), Thomas Arthur (Fire Chief), Darcy Hermes, Todd Hermes, Don Willan, Bill Woodward, Will Labunski, Gerard Micksh, Steve Renikow, Mike Caylor, H.H. Anderson, Dale Burie, and Lea Jane Burie.
The Pledge of Allegiance was said and agenda approved.
The Board will attend the WTA district meeting in Middle Inlet on June 15 on court hearing June 21 about placing sex offenders in towns.
Dale Burie spoke about joining the Coalition to Save the Menominee River and his opposition against the Back 40 mine.
The May 9 minutes were approved as was treasurer's report.
Fire department had 5 fire calls including car accident, smoke alarm, and three storm damages. There were 17 calls in 2017 so far and 39 man hours.
Public Works patched Old Rail Road and small part of Broennenberg Road, gravel patch Ball Park Road, ran dumpsite, cleaned up roadsides for mowing operations, and cleaned up storm damage.
Animal Control had two calls on Caylor Road and County Road X.
Wausaukee Rescue Squad next meeting is June 18.
Action items were to table the decision for bid for asphalt for Old Rail Road from County Road X to Borderline Road to be able to get more information from Rick Rickaby of Marinette County Highway and Mike Gonnering of Northeast Asphalt, Inc., Chair Hickey will call a meeting. (Northeast Asphalt, Inc. was the only bid received for 3,000 tons of cold mix of different grades, price ranged from $125,700 to $143,400)
The Wagner Fire Department By-Laws and future subtraction and/or additions are to be presented to the Wagner Town Board for approval. Renewal of "Class B" Retail License to Kels Kitchen DBA Heritage Inn ending June 30, 2018 carried as were to approve operator's license for Todd Zeutzius, Joelle Schultz, Megan Delaet, Samantha Bell, Elly Piatt, and Allen Sievert ending June 30, 2018. Approved was temporary Class "B" Retailers License for Wagner Fire Department picnic on July 29.
On update on handling public nuisances affecting peace and safety affecting Wagner code of general ordinances chapters 15.203 and 15.0204, Hickey sent out letters and talked to people about their yards. Discussed was on roadside grass cutting, Fire Department Building, Public Works to meet with Fire Department members to see different needs on recycling center/dump alternate hours.
All outstanding bills totalling $19,520.90 were paid.
The next meeting is Wednesday, July 12 at 6:30 pm.
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