THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Coleman Spring Clean Up Set for May 4th
Issue Date: April 25, 2019
The regular monthly meeting of the Village of Coleman Board was called to order at 6 p.m. by President Glenn Woulf. Present besides Woulf were Jesse Parker, Jeff Gosa, Sr., Nancy Stank, Chad Mursau, Dave Podoski and Katie Torres. Tim Gould and Jodi Karas were absent.
Approved were operating licenses for Colin Tanner and the Coleman Volunteer Fire Department.
A thank you note was received from Shirley Block on behalf of her late husband and former Village President, David Bloch.
A complaint was received from a family living on 16th Road concerning speeding due to people going to the ball field. They would like police presence there to curb speeders.
The Spring Sale will be held Friday and Saturday, May 10-11. Applications to be on the sale listing must be received by Monday, April 22. Discussion was held regarding the sale being on Mother's Day weekend. The sale was moved up a weekend from past years as the Coleman Graduation date has moved up a weekend beginning last year. It was reported T-ball registrations must be in by April 25.
President Woulf reported the Village will hold their spring clean up on Saturday, May 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A list of acceptable and non-acceptable items was listed in the last newsletter.
Dave Podoski presented the monthly reports. There were 17 complaints for the month of March. Ten adult citations were written for $1,580.20 and no juvenile citations written. In March there were 12 adult court dockets with 4 juveniles. Police Chief Ida Soletske had 168 hours for the police department for the month of March.
The Fire Department had three calls during March. Received was one call for lift assist, one rollover and one MABAS for a Brazeau house fire. Total man hours for the month are 34-3/4, with 17 for the year.
In the Building Inspector report, in addition to the usual permit issues, the following contacts made in March included call to old theater to inspect collapsed roof, met with business owner about issues that were resolved and never removed from properties deed and to land owners to mark property lines for future shed.
The treasurer's report read by Nancy Stank included regular checking account $8,322.75; money market savings accounts-Associated Bank $361,156.43; money market savings account-Peshtigo National Bank $147,640.87; certificate of deposit-Peshtigo National Bank $102,117.74; with Total Cash on Hand being $618,742.81.
There were six building permits issued to Patz Corp, 917 Business Hwy. 141, re-roof area E-1; Kevin Behnke, 340 E. Main St., new windows; Coleman School District, 347 Bus. 141N, referendum; Gerald Woulf, 320 Maple Ln., deck/fence; and Russell Demmith, 357 E. Main St., driveway.