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Regular Town Board Meeting
Town of Germantown Town Hall
N7560 17th Avenue
New Lisbon, WI 53950
June 14, 2022
Present: Supervisors Ken Jax, Keith Korbein, Jim Collis, Ray Feldman, Zoning Administrator Dick Martin, Clerk/Treasurer Susan Ganther Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Michaele Korbein, Emergency Management Director Christopher Leopold
Absent: Chairman Gregg Haunroth
Call to Order
The meeting was called to order at 6:00 at the town hall.
Fred Cobbs was recognized for his retirement as Emergency Management Director. Senator Howard Marklein and Representative Tony Kurtz presented Fred with a flag and citation.
A motion was made by Keith Korbein, seconded by Jim Collis, to approve the minutes from May’s meetings. Motion carried 4-0.
The reconciliation was read and placed on file for the auditor.
A motion was made by Jim Collis, seconded by Ray Feldman to approve checks 13148-13195 totaling $45,170.02 and EFTs totaling $8,406.84. Motion carried 4-0.
A motion was made by Jim Collis, seconded by Keith Korbein, to approve liquor and non-intoxicating beverage licenses to The Dirty Turtle, Pine Cove, Shipwreck, Portofino, Bavarian Campsite, Germantown Junction, Buckhorn Store, and Buckhorn Grill and Bar, cigarette licenses to Germantown Junction, Buckhorn Store, Bavarian Campsite and to also issue such licenses to Castle Rock Landing pending payment of delinquent taxes. Motion carried 4-0.
A motion was made by Ray Feldman, seconded by Jim Collis to approve Operator’s Licenses to Riley Ganther, Sean Fank, Thomas Armona, Chloe Walsh Laehn, Kalecia Kolinski, Sarah Muehlenkamp, Shoshanna Vargas, Trinity Mead, Emily Teumer, Dylan Ray, Amber Rasmussen, Erica Woodruff, Nerissa Hedge, Alexis Rachas, Kelly White, Sheridan Reichel, Katie Fischer, Sean Prieve, Jeannette Williamson, Cade Hall, Angelique Acevedo, Katelyn Oleinik, Jacqueline Barr, Alex Mallory, Rhonda Berndsen, Brenna Jilek Taylor, Sumer Wendt, Scott Babcock, and Shannon Shultz, and to also issue permits to Brittnee Cox and Anna Dunnick pending providing class certification. Motion carried 4-0.
A motion was made by Ray Feldman, seconded by Jim Collis to deny an Operator’s Permit to Johnathan Osgood. Motion carried 4-0.
The Boy Scout camp has an emergency siren like the one being put in the county park. Their siren will be tested once a week and used only during severe weather or if there is a lost camper.
Mauston Ambulance is searching for a full-time paramedic. They have received a flex grant and will be applying for funds from the Funding Assistance Program grant.
After accepting Scott Construction’s road bid it was determined that there will be money left in the budget for additional work. The proposed work would be on Beach Drive and to remove the section of 37th no longer in use after the new road was constructed.
Work in the park should start soon. It is hoped that the park can be open during construction only closing the section being worked on.
9 permits were issued in May. 7 were for new homes. 37 new home permits have been issued year to date.
Keith Korbein – There have been dirt bikes riding on roads.
Jim Collis – A resident asked about having a speed limit sign put in on the road traveling from the 15th Street N boat ramp to County Road G.
Ken Jax – UWM students provided an electronic copy of their report. A physical copy should also be coming.
Tamaya Loewe from the Juneau County Economic Development Corporation introduced herself and said to reach out if her office could be of any assistance to the board.
A motion was made by Keith Korbein, seconded by Jim Collis, to adjourn at 6:45. Motion carried 4-0.