THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Reservations are Filling Up For Coleman Park
Issue Date: February 6, 2020
The Coleman Water & Sewer Utility Board will meet at 11 a.m. Monday, February 10, at the Municipal Building located at 202 E. Main Street. Agenda items include Monthly Progress Report, approval of the 2020 Utility Budget, review of Correspondence, approval of vouchers, treasurer's report and review of delinquent utility accounts.
Coleman Village Board held its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3. Board members present were President Glenn Woulf, and trustees Jeff Gosa, Sr., Nancy Stank, Tim Gould, Chad Mursau, Dave Podoski, and Jodi Karas. Trustee Jesse Parker was absent.
Several budget transfers between funds for 2019 were approved as recommended by the Finance Committee.
The board was advised that dates for reserving the Coleman Park/pavilions in 2020 are starting to fill up.
The 2020 Cougar Country Business Association Dinner will be held Monday, March 2 at the Cottage Bar and Grill.
Podoski read the monthly reports. for police and fire department. There were 13 complaints for the month of January. Three adult citations were written for $447.60, and there were no juvenile citations. In January there were also 13 adult court dockets, plus one juvenile, and five just-cause hearings.
Police Chief Ida Soletske 197 hours for police for the month of January, and Katie Torres had no hours for police and 37.50 hours for the Village of Coleman Court for the month of January.
On Saturday, Jan. 25 Trinity Lutheran Church staff was trained in ALICE which is how to react to a threat in the church.
The new Spillman law enforcement communications system is up and running.
The Coleman Fire Department responded to one call during the month of January, a rollover for which the call was cancelled while the department was en route. There were 20 total man hours for the month. Training was on Structure as it pertains to fire.
Treasurer's report as presented by Stank showed the village had funds totaling $ 535,707.69 at the end of January.
Vouchers totaling $7,274.95 were reviewed by each board member and checks totaling $258,695.12 were reviewed and approved for payment.
There were two building permits issued in January, one to Trinity Lutheran Church for remodeling the home t 201 N. Louis Street for approximately $20,000, and one to Patz Corporation for re-roofing their building A at 917 Business Hwy. 141.
The meeting had begun at 6 p.m. and was adjourned at 6:13 p.m.