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Beecher Children's Christmas Party Dec. 14
Issue Date: September 19, 2019
Beecher Town Board meeting was called to order at 6:10 p.m. Sept. 10 when the Pledge of Allegiance was recited. All members were present along with nine residents. Agenda was changed to say Melissa Ebsch sent an email about her coming in October.
Deb Dashnier spoke regarding the Children's Christmas Party which had 66 kids last year. They will drop the age limit some this year. They requested a donation from the town and also to use the Town Hall so that each year it is at a different town. Saturday, Dec. 14 is available for the Town Hall so they will book that date and donated $200.
They briefly discussed a possible levy increase of $50,000 to do additional work on the roads to add $50,000 to the levy, ongoing road improvements showed that the crew has been patching, grading, brushing, cutting trees and fixing culverts.
Correspondence included an email from a resident on Rainbow Road which was given to the board to deal with, MLS Guidelines and Application for additional DOT funding, in January Windows 7 will no longer be supported and will need to have Windows 10. The clerk will check with support guy to make sure the Town is up to date and how much it will cost. A contract was received from the county for sending the tax bills out. The item will be on the next agenda.
In public comments a resident wanted to revisit ATV on County Z from the Menominee River to Woodpecker Road. He will need to go to the club and ask them to put the application in.
The next meeting is Oct. 8 at 6 p.m.
Minutes of Aug. 13 were accepted as read as was the treasurer's report. Recycling report in August noted there were 18.3 tons of garbage and 3.15 tons of recyclables/paper. Also the town had four building permits but no fire signs.