THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Wausaukee Garbage Hauler Wants Trash Out By 6 a.m.
Issue Date: July 29, 2020
At the Wausaukee town Board meeting on Tuesday, July 14, Town Chair Jeff Engelmann passed along the information that Scott Construction will be in the town working during the week of Aug. 3.
The public was informed that Great American Disposal, garbage carrier for the town, is asking everyone to have their garbage at curbside by 6 a.m. on garbage collection day.
The monthly meeting on Tuesday, August 11, will be held in the garage due to the primary election on that day.
Engelmann informed the board that one of the trucks had gone in for repairs. It was agreed that the Packer City truck Invoice will be reviewed at the August board meeting.
Pat Brien spoke to the board about the library contract, and explained she had overlooked getting it to the town in fall of 2019. The town did budget money for the library and the check will be sent.
Officials present for the meeting in addition to Engelmann were Supervisor 1 Bob Jicha, Supervisor 2 David Tomasino, Supervisor 3 Matthew Jicha, Supervisor 4 Dennis Taylor, and Clerk Cheryl Stumbris.Treasurer Sally Hultquist and Supervisor 2 David Tomasino were absent. Others present were Brien, Bob Wesolowski and Bob Raduenz.
Financial report, approved as presented, showed as of Tuesday, June 30 the town had $14,737.98 in checking and $360,629.88 in the Money Market General Account.
Vouchers were reviewed by all board members and approved.
Operators Licenses for Kaelyn Schlies and Courtney Messar were approved without dissent.
Supervisor Jicha reported that he has stopped several times at the Lang residence checking on status of clean-up. He said they are making progress and the town appreciates their efforts.
Supervisor Bob Jicha, along with both Supervisor Matt Jicha and the road crew had reviewed requirements for a ramp at the front of the town hall. Since this project is not something that the town workers can do, Clerk Stumbris will contact Tom Werdeo to revisit that option.
Clerk Stumbris also requested that a drop box be installed at the town hall. She said there are often times people would use it for dropping off documents, and said with elections this year it would be very helpful. Town Board agreed that is a good idea.
Supervisor Matt Jicha spoke to the board about options for Spill Kits - a collection of items to be used in case of a spill, leak or discharge of oil. Supervisor Taylor moved to purchase one for up to $300 and it was approved.
Clerk Stumbris handed out information received from Wisconsin Towns Association with a password to use for online videos, and distributed Fire District 1st and 2nd Quarter reports.
She mentioned that a representative from the United States Census stopped at Town Hall and told her they are looking for applicants to work earning $19 to $24 per hour.
Bob Raduenz requested possible variance to have the town plow Oxbow Lane and was told this will be put on the Aug. 11 meeting agenda.
The Board of Audit was tabled until the Aug.11 meeting.