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Regular Town Board Meeting
Town of Germantown Town Hall
N7560 17th Avenue
New Lisbon, WI 53950
March 14, 2017
Present: Chairman Gregg Haunroth, Supervisors Skip Barton, Dale Simonson, Ray Feldman, Zoning Administrator Dick Martin, Assistant Emergency Management Director Christopher Leopold, Clerk/Treasurer Susan Ganther
Absent: Supervisor Jim Collis, Emergency Management Director Fred Cobbs
The meeting was called to order at the town hall at 6:00 p.m.
A motion was made by Dale Simonson, seconded by Skip Barton, to approve the minutes from the February meeting. Motion carried 4-0.
Treasurer’s Report and Bank Reconciliation
The board was presented with financial reports. A motion was made by Ray Feldman, seconded by Dale Simonson, to accept the Treasurer’s Report and Bank Reconciliation. Motion carried 4-0.
A motion was made by Dale Simonson, seconded by Skip Barton, to approve checks 10003-10030 totaling $30,095.45, checks 26971-26993 totaling $12,157.06, check 5009 totaling $3,254.43, and EFTs totaling $4,653.15. Motion carried 4-0.
Mauston Ambulance as presented Camp Douglas Ambulance with a contract for coverage. Camp Douglas Ambulance’s attorney is reviewing at this time.
At the next meeting Dick Martin will have road projects prepared to send out for bid.
The brush dump will be closed from March 15 thru March 22. This is due to heavy large truck traffic coming and going as the dump is cleared out and more room made.
Pier extensions have been ordered and will be installed with the rest of the pier prior to Memorial Day.
Jim Collis – Left message saying that those residents to are a part of the Necedah School District should feel free to contact the School Administrator if they have any questions regarding the April 4th referendum.
Gregg Haunroth – At the direction of the auditors Gregg noted that there is income from Mauston Area Ambulance as a part of the 2017 budget. The funds were received and deposited at the end of 2016 but should still be considered part of the 2017 budget.
Dale Simonson – The residents of Buckhorn Acres are continuing work on paving roads in their subdivision.
There will be a meeting of the Board of Appeals on March 22.
There were no permits issued in February.
There was a question if 16th Avenue had been reopened after a portion was closed due to flooding. It has been reopened.
A motion was made by Ray Feldman, seconded by Skip Barton, to adjourn at 6:15 p.m. Motion carried 4-0.
Susan Ganther, Clerk/Treasurer