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Crivitz Accepting Applications For Police Chief Aug. 1 To 15
Issue Date: July 25, 2019
It was a short meeting for the Crivitz Village Board on Tuesday, July 16. The board efficiently went through the standard agenda items, approving points as they went, including payment of general fund vouchers, water fund vouchers, sewer fund vouchers, and TIF fund vouchers. Later in the meeting adjustments were made to the 2019 budget for TIF and General funds.
During time for public comment community member Dawn Ira, came forward to express her gratitude on behalf of the community for the board's dedication to finding the perfect fit for the open positions in the police and fire departments.
Next on the agenda was approval of Ethan Pelkin as a new hire for the Fire Department, effective immediately.
Michael Frievalt, first ever police chief for the village, has retired. The board agreed to accept applications from persons wishing to fill that position from Thursday, Aug. 1 through Thursday, Aug. 15, after which the Personnel and Public Safety committees will jointly perform interviews.
Without dissent the board agreed to change the name of Wolverine Way running from Oak Street to USH 141 back to its former name, South Ave.
Other actions included accepting proposals from Great Lakes TV Seal for sewer main repairs at a cost not to exceed $15,000; the proposal from Sessler Plumbing for an eyewash station tempering valve in the Public Works shop at a cost not to exceed $1,400, and to purchase a dissolved oxygen meter from North Central Labs for the wastewater treatment facility at a cost no to exceed $1,000.
Richlen Excavating will be contracted for hauling, placing and leveling sand at $8.97 per yard and brushing at $215 per hour on TIF property northwest of Dyer Business Park at a cost not to exceed $43,000. Kamps Land Surveying contract to mark the south and west lines and corners of TIF property at a cost not to exceed $500.
The Crivitz Men's Softball League was approved to use the ball park for their softball tournament on July 26-28.
Finally, the board authorized the purchase of pumps for Triangle Park Waterfall from F & Q Pump and Vancs, and approved payment of a service bill from J & T Electric at a total cost not to exceed $1,300.
Operators licenses were approved for Melissa Paris, Michelle Gruszynski, Taylor Croft, Evelyn Arndt, Melynda Sopar, Brittany Gonzalez, Justin Parr and Neil Nelezen. All have received satisfactory background checks.
The meeting ended with no old or new business to discuss, except for a request that people volunteer for the park fundraiser events.
The next regular board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 20 at 7 p.m.