THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
New Wausaukee Fire Truck Is Paid In Full
Issue Date: March 7, 2018
Discussion on needed road construction, including possible shared projects with the Town of Amberg, is expected at the monthly Wausaukee Town Board meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 13.
Clerk Cheryl Stumbris told the board at its Feb. 13 meeting that Aquila Resources Back Forty Mine had inquired about using the town hall for a focus group meeting some time in March. She had no further details and suggested watching the newspaper for an announcement
The the new Fire truck has arrived and is paid in full. The board felt at this time they will not need to borrow funds.
Present for the Feb. 13 meeting were Chairman Jeff Engelmann; Supervisor 1 Bob Jicha; Supervisor 2 David Tomasino; Treasurer Sally Hultquist, and Clerk Cheryl Stumbris. Members absent were Supervisor 3 Kurt Stumbris and Supervisor 4 Dennis Taylor. Others present for the meeting were Jack Zore, Bob Wesolowski, Chopper Dunlap, James Pociask and Bob Doyle.
Agenda, minutes, vouchers and financial reports were approved as presented. As of Jan. 31 the town had $18,953.99 in checking and $ 1,316,238.34 in the money market general account.
Updates on the Glendale Road Bridge are in the works for applying for Federal Bridge aides. Chairman Engelmann was to contact Amberg Town Chair contact Matt Mattison regarding shared roads and needed road construction.
After discussing a Wausaukee Business Association request the board decided not to donate at this time.
Stumbris told the board she had received updated copies of Ordinance # 395-18 amending The General code of Ordinances of Marinette County-County Government Chapter 7-Traffic Code, and documentation of the State of Wisconsin Disaster Fund Administrative Plan.
At 7:36 p.m. the board adjourned to a Board of Audit, at which they examined the books of the clerk and compared them to the treasurer's report and bank statements and found them to be accurate and exact.