Coleman Okays Contracts For 2019 Road ConstructionIssue Date: January 23, 2019
Coleman Village Board at its meeting on Monday, Jan. 7 approved contracts for construction on Meadowwood Drive and MacArthur Drive during the 2019 construction season.
Village President Glenn Woulf reviewed the 2019 Road Projects as follows:
*Roadway Construction, Contract A-19, with Dan Risner & Son Excavating, LLC coming in at $117,495.37;
*2019 Concrete Construction, Contract B-19, with Sommers Construction Co., Inc., with a bid of $73,999.75; and
*2019 Paving Construction, Contract C-19, which was Northeast Asphalt, Inc., with a bid of $223,711.00.
Total cost for Meadowwood Drive came in at $187,696.60 and the total for MacArthur Drive came in at $227,599.25.
After some discussion, Trustee Jesse Parker moved to accept the bids, Trustee Nancy Stank seconded and all voted yes on a roll call vote. Voting in favor were Woulf, Stank, Parker, Jeff Gosa, Sr., Tim Gould, and Dave Podoski. Trustee Diane Patz was absent.
Also attending the meeting were Dennis Gross, Katie Torres, Curt Naegeli, and Julie Nosgovitz
Woulf presented the 2019 Consultive Agreement with Cedar Corp. Cedar proposed to keep the cost the same, at a lump sum price of $2,200 for 2019. With no questions, Gould motioned to approve the agreement, Gosa seconded and the board approved by unanimous roll call vote.
A resolution designating public depository accounts needed to be changed since Jodi Karas was named Clerk/Treasurer. Copies of the resolution are to be delivered to Associated Bank and Peshtigo National Bank.
Budget year-end changes recommended for 2018 included $579 from other insurance to Vehicle insurance and Law Enforcement Insurance and Police Liability; $80 was moved from clerk employee benefits to the village board per diem account; $6 was moved from clerk wages to financial administration, employee contribution; $100 was moved from clerk office supplies to capital outlay, computers; $13,000 from the general government contingency fund to municipal building repair and maintenance; $526 was moved from parks repair and maintenance supplies to public works employee benefits; and $955 was taken from parks operating supplies, with $300 going to weed control operating supplies and $655 to recreation events and wages.
Operators Licenses were approved for Morgan Russell, Jessica Dvorak and Debra Jarvey.
Woulf read "Thank You" notes from Gendron's and Beaver Machine for doing business with them.
Under provision for Citizen Comments and Concerns, Curt Naegeli addressed the board about reinstating the passing lane on Business 141. He was informed to contact the Marinette County Highway Commissioner as the county is in charge of the highway.
Reporting for the Parks and Recreation Committee, Gould mentioned that the decorations can be removed from the trees in the park area.
Dennis Gross informed the board that the Village had received a substantial donation for educational park equipment, which has been ordered. Price includes installation.
The ice rink was to be ready for use soon, weather permitting.
Katie Torres read the monthly Police Department Report, which listed 29 complaints for the month of December. There were 12 adult citations written for $2,483.40, and and one juvenile citation for $124., totaling $2,607.40. December had six adult court dockets, no juvenile, two just-cause hearings, no contempt of court hearings, and no case reviews. Police Chief Ida Soletske had 181.50 hours for the police for the month of December, and Torres had half an hour for police work and 35.50 hours for the Village of Coleman Court for the month of December. Total miles on the squad car were 59,440 of which 259 were put on in the month of December.
Torres also reviewed the 2018 Yearly Overview for the Police/Court with the board.
Dave Podoski read the Fire Department report. The fire department responded to two calls during December. One was a lift assist for the Coleman Rescue Squad, and one was for a rollover. Total man hours for the month of December were 13.5 hours.
Training during December was on use and hand practice of ladders.
Dave Podoski also informed the board that the Fire Department had accepted a bid for roof repair from Milakovich Roof Maintenance in the amount of $15,865 and paid for the work, which will be completed as soon as weather permits.
Giving the Building Inspector report for December, Podoski noted in addition to the usual permit issues, on Tuesday, Dec. 18 property corners had been located for an owner.
Finance committee Chair Nancy Stank presented financial reports which showed the village had total cash on hand of $800,640.92 at the end of 2018.
Vouchers totaling $112,735.49 were reviewed by each board member and approved for payment. Since the last board meeting check numbers 28700 through 28728 were written in the amount of $61,905.64.
A motion was made to accept the treasurer's report and approve the vouchers for payment by Nancy Stank and seconded by Jeff Gosa. The motion carried by all voting "aye" on a voice vote.
The sole building permit issued since the December board meeting was to Alex Tisler to replace windows at 205 Meadowwood Drive for $8,000.
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