THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Beecher Town Board Gets Recycling Changes
Issue Date: December 14, 2017
The corrected October recycling report at the Beecher Town Board meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 12 included 23.13 tons of garbage, 1/6 ton of recyclables and 3.58 tons of paper. November had 16.38 tons of garbage, 1.34 ton of recyclables and 2.99 tons of paper. In November there were no building permits and no fire signs. Bob Grandaw, zoning administrator was present for the meeting and stated he is working on seven violations.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and roll call showed all board members present along with seven residents. Minutes and treasurer's report were all approved.
Discussion of ongoing road improvement projects show that the crew has been sand/salting as needed and brushing. The new truck should arrive during the month.
Variance Application Form was reviewed and since Beecher has no zoning, Grandaw stated he would clean up the example sent and email it to the clerk.
The Election Inspector List for 2018-2019 with any new poll workers to be brought before the board.
Correspondence CD 30 is due the end of December. The CD will be cashed to pay for the truck and bills.
Public comments noted that there is a special electors meeting to adjust the tax levy. Resident Bolander questioned the camper ordinance as there are a couple of neighbors that have more than one camper on their parcel. Grandaw said he has noted most of the people on that road but took down the fire number to double check it.