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Village Board Minutes December 6, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present except Tim Kinnard the meeting was open by President Kelly Pinchart .

The agenda was approved on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson.

Bruce informed the board that the new chairs for the Village Board room were ordered and should be here soon.

4th street was repaired by the county and the board will watch to see if there is a collection of water at the intersection. The board will wait till spring to see if the work has solved the problem of water on the street.

The small utility trailer is rusting pretty bad and will need to be painted next year.

The aeration tank at the sewer plant is fixed and next year the other tank will be fixed.

A Casco Firemen Brad Zellner is being recognized by the Bellevue Fire Department for helping a resident in Bellevue from his burning trailer home. He was driving by when he spotted the fire.

The Village would like to THANK Matt Gunderson and Kelly Hunsader and CenturyLink for their contribution to putting up the Christmas decorations.

The bills were reviewed and on motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson they were approved as read.

Minutes were reviewed and on motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson they were approved.

The Liquor license for Casco One Stop and Moxie’s supper club were approved on motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson. The mini mart will be changing owners starting December 22, 2011. Moxie’s will change owner January 1, 2012.

Tim Kinnard came to the meeting later and was brought up to date with previous discussions.

The agreement for the Engineer will be tabled till further discussion. It is for $1200.00 for 20 hours of work.

The budget was reviewed and was approved on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson with a 1% raise for Bruce and the Village Board will not take a raise this year. 2 yes and 2 no with Kelly breaking the tie. The mill rate before the aids will be .020983862.

The next regular meeting will be Jan 10, 2012.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes November 8, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board members present the meeting was called to order by the President Kelly Pinchart.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the agenda was approved as read.

Georgia Pacific gave the Casco Fire Department a check for $10,000.00 to purchase new jacket and pants for some of the firemen.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen the Village will not redistrict.

The minutes were read and on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson to accept the minutes as read.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the bills were paid as read.

Matt Joski informed the board that the concealed weapon law can only pertain to events held at the park and not in general for the park.

Bruce informed the board that there is a problem on 4th street with water collecting on the street. Bruce will contact the engineer and the county to try and solve the problem before winter.

There is a quote for the drive way at the Village Hall for asphalt seal for $1435.00. This is only an estimate to base the cost for next year.

The Fire Department had a tune up on one of the trucks and the sensor was broke and the cost was $1171.37. The board decided to pay $596.16 for the repairs.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the bill for the County doing the work on Church Ave. will be paid except for the administration fee. That will be paid after we find out what it is for.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the bill for Cedar Corp engineering for the Church Ave. project will be paid as read.

Bruce gave the Board the budget for the Fire department and it is the same as last year. The board would like to see the Fire Departments income and costs for the year.

The Village would like to Thank Dennis Spitzer for cleaning up his property on 6th street. It looks very nice.

Letters will be sent to some of the residents in the Village who need to clean up there property.

The budget was tabled till next meeting since the clerk did not get all of the information from the State.

The next regular meeting will be December 6, 2011 at 7:00 PM at the Village Hall

On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Troy Alsteen the meeting was adjourned.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes October 11, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

The meeting was opened by President Kelly Pinchart and on motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the agenda was passed as presented.

Jennifer Brown from Kewaunee Economic Development was present and brought the board up to date concerning what the department is doing for the Village of Casco and Kewaunee County. More information is located on the web site for Kewaunee Economic Development. The Best of Award was given to Village Kitchen for 2 awards for the best family restaurant and best breakfast. Jennifer did tell the board if they have any questions to contact her and she will be helping any businesses that want to come to the area. If the Village needs help with any grants that they apply for she will help if she can.

Dennis Moreau was present to ask if the assessment that he got for curb and gutter was the correct amount. The board did review the measurements and the cost and it is the correct amount.

Carl Charles was present to donate a tree to the Casco Village Hall and the Fire Department in the memory of his son who died this year. Carl is a first responder for the area and the board and fire chief will determine where to plant the tree. The board would like to thank Carl for the tree and expressed sympathy to Carl for his loss.

Bruce will check with a company to see what the cost will be to have the driveway seal coated at the Village Hall.

The board would like to THANK DENNIS MIESLER for his help with the work at the park when the ball fields sod was redone. He donated some of his workers time and machinery and the Village would like to THANK HIM FOR HIS HELP AND DONATIONS IN THE VILLAGE.

The Board would like to THANK MARY VOYLES for her picture of the Volunteer Firemen that is on the Village web site www.cascowi.com.

Bruce has estimates on snow removal for the Village. The board will have to decide if they want Bruce to do it or have it done by another company.

Bruce informed the board about the radio problems for the fire department and 1st responders if the County goes to digital radios. The County board does not fully understand the problems and the cost that will be put on the Fire departments, ambulance, and 1st responders. They do not have to go digital to be compliant.

The minutes were read and on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson were approved as read.

The bills were approved on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the bill for Sommers Construction for the curb and gutter on Church Ave was approved for $3168.20.

Halloween Hours for the Village will be OCTOBER 30, BETWEEN THE HOURS FO 12-2 AT THE HOMES WITH PORCH LIGHTS ON.

The issue of Concealed weapons on Village property was tabled.

The next meeting will be November 8, 2011 at 7:00 pm

The meeting was adjourned on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes September 13, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board presents except Dennis Cravillion the President Kelly Pinchart opened the meeting. On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson the agenda was passed.

Rita Ullman and Dennis and Linda Moreau were present to discuss their cost for curb and gutter. They were told that the engineer Thad Majewski was going to get pictures to show the cost of the curb and gutter and why some of the sidewalk and driveway was replaced. The engineer will be contacted to bring the information to the board.

Bruce explains that some of his orange cones are missing and would like to replace them with retractable ones at a price of $124.00 for 4 of them. On a motions by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard Bruce can get 4 retractable ones.

Bruce will get an estimate for grader work for the winter.

Bruce informed the board that the Fire Dept has received $10,000.00 grant from the Georgia Pacific Corporation.

The board has gotten a quote for chairs for the Village Hall. The Legion and Fire department will be asked if they want to purchase some chairs also.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the bills will be paid as presented.

Matt Joski was present to discuss the county enforcing the Village Ordinances. He explained that some of our ordinances cross over with the county ordinances. We will have a special meeting to go over the ordinances so we will not have duplicates.

Matt Joski explained what the law will be about carrying a concealed weapon.

Our ordinances on curfew, parking, and disorderly conduct should be redone.

We will have our attorney contact the district attorney to compare the County and Village ordinances.

The board admired the picture of the Fire department with the Casco sign and want to THANK MARY VOYLES for the picture

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard the minutes were passed as read.

The board decided that the Village Hall can be rented by Village residents when they sign a contract like the one the residents sign for the rent of the park. They can contact the Village Clerk for the contract.

There is a reminder to the residents about their dogs needing a license. Recycling is a must and on every 2nd and 4th Fri will be picked up at the curb. Garbage is every Friday with stickers on bags at the curb.

Troy reminded the board of the Fire Departments milk bottle tournament on Oct. 1, 2011 at the Fire Department and the Village Hall.

The next meeting will be October 11, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Village Hall.

On motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard the meeting was adjourned.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes August 9, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board members present the agenda was approved on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

Girl Scout troop 4064 was present to introduce the scouts and the adults that did all the work at the park. There were 6 scouts and 2 leaders that did a total of 50 hours each on the park painting and planting and putting up new playground equipment. They also had donations from Ivy Trails, Marcelle Enterprise, Chris and Heidi Bader, Darren and Sue LaLuzerne, Lemmen’s Hardware, Rob and Kristie Lynts, Batten True Value, Algoma Lumbar, Matt and Jessica Allen, Travis and Kim Bergene. The troop purchased the playground equipment with their money from fundraising and cookie sales.

The Village would like to THANK the Girl Scouts for their contributions to the Village Park. If you see any of the scouts please thank them. The scouts are Leslie Allen, Dakota Bader, Topanga Bergene, Beth DeJardin, Alison LaLuzerne, Tegan Lynts along with their leaders Kristie Lynts and Kim Bergene. Their parents also contributed to the project.

Bruce was present to update the board concerning the Church Ave project. He said that some of the manholes were a little high. He will also measure some of the black top that was put in on some of the property so the bill can be sent to the property owners.

Letters will be sent out to some of the businesses and residents that donated food and time for the Fire Department cook out.

Bruce will cut the grass on property of Wm Bailey on 3rd St.

The bills were reviewed and on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard to pay the bills.

The contract for Sam Sommers and bill for $58291.29 29 will be paid on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

The minutes were approved on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion.

The final hearing for Church Ave. project will be August 30, 2011 at 6:00 pm at the Casco Village Hall.

A person inquired if they could put liquid fertilizer on the land behind the Middle School. Before he would put in a bid to the school the Village would have to allow him to do it. On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen the board said no to the fertilizer.

A letter from Town of Casco concerning rezoning of the Wade Fletcher land in the township was read to the board. We will give the letter to our attorney to take care of it.

The next regular meeting will be September 13, 2011 at 7:00 pm.

Final Hearing for Assessment of Church Ave. Will be August 30, 2011 at 6:00 pm.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the meeting was adjourned.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes July 5, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board members present the meeting was opened by the president Kelly Pinchart and the agenda was approved on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

The minutes were reviewed and on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the minutes were approved as read.

After reviewing the bills Dennis Cravillion made a motion and Francis Gilson approved as read.

Bruce asked if the county should extend up 1st and 4th street when they do Church Ave. On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard the board approved extending up those streets.

The board would like to thank the Girl Scouts for their great work at the park. The painting of the bathrooms, dugouts shrubs, and playground. Thanks also need to go to Charles Hearaly for the repair to the Park Sign.

The sewer lines that are being fixed will be televised before the road is put in.

Thank you also goes out to Baudhuin Farms and Dennis Miesler for their help in the Village.

Bruce will call Joe Lukes from the township and the County Sheriff concerning the dogs that come to the Village from the Township.

The board was informed that the bill for the park sent to Rob Kinnard was not paid as yet.

A motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson to pay the building inspector for a conference that he attended. The board also informed him that he must ask the board before attending the meetings.

The Legion asked if they could put a freezer at the hall and the board said they could not since the fire department was told that they could not have one.

On A MOTION BY Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the Village will borrow $200,000.00 for Church Ave. repair of the road, curb and gutter along with the repairs to some of the sewer lines. The Village residents will be paying for the curb and gutter work that is done to their property. The County will be doing the work on Church Ave road.

The Village would like to THANK the landowner on 6th street for cleaning up his property by cutting the lawn, trees and getting rid of junk on his property.

The board also would like to Thank the Lions for the clean up at the Village Hall up stairs.

The next meeting will be August 9, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Village Hall.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson to adjourn.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes June 9, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board members present, the meeting was opened by the president Kelly Pinchart. On motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the agenda was passed as presented.

Thad Majkowski from Cedar Cor was present to inform the board about the bids that were opened earlier. He told the board about who submitted the bids and said that he would check over the bids to make sure all the companies had everything in the bids. The contract will be awarded at the meeting on June 23.

The bids will be passed by the Village at the hearing meeting on the 23rd of June.

The manholes that need repair will be dealt with when the contractors are in the Village.

There will be a hearing on the 23rd of June to answer any questions that the residents may have concerning their curb and gutter assessment.

Thad will also check with the Kewaunee County Highway Dept. as to their timeline and what the cost will be for the project. We also need to know how deep they will be building the road.

We also need to have the company that will be putting in the Curb and Gutter to make sure the Landscaping is restored. It will be important that the property owners water the grass after it is planted.

Thad and Bruce will go with the county to determine how far they will go when at the Side Street intersection.

Sealant on snowmobile trail entrance on Church Ave would cost about $7000.00. It is sprayed on.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the Resolution of 11-cds for Declaring levy of special assessment for removal, replacement of defective or insufficient sidewalk, curb gutter and driveways.

Bruce called the County because the road is very dirty and we just paid to have the road swept.

The road got very dirty when the sealing and small repairs were made to the road by a company that the County or State hired to do the work.

Resolution 11-cs was passed by a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion. The resolution was for the Compliance report for the Sewer.

The Village would like to Thank the Girl Scouts for their contribution to the park. They did the landscaping around the Village Park sign.

The minutes were reviewed and on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen were passed except for the change of the next meeting being on June 9, 2011.

On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the application for Liquor License for T J’S, FAMILY PANTRY 6 JIM’S BAR AND BOWL,MOXIE’S, LIONS CLUB, CASCO A’S, HOLY TRINITY AND CASCO FIRE DEPARTMENT were passed as read.

Lakeshore Pest Control submitted a bill to help with pest control at the Village Hall. On A motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the company will apply it one time.

The tree removal on Van’s lane will be done by J.R. Tree Removal on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson.

The generator will be loaned to the 1st responders for their event in the fall.

The board would like to recognize the work done by Jenny Fameree on the Casco sign that is on her property.

The next meeting will be July 5, 2011 at 7:00 PM at Village Hall.

On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Troy Alsteen the meeting was adjourned.

Village Board Minutes May 10, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board members present the meeting was opened.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the appointment of Francis Gilson to the position of trustee was made. All were in favor, and Francis was sworn in as trustee to replace Kelly Pinchart as trustee since Kelly is now the president.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the agenda was passed as presented.

Doug Detampel will put a receptacle in at the Village Hall for the generator to be plugged in case of a power outage.

Bruce Depeau reported that it will cost about $750.00 to level the field at the park by lifting the sod and removing the excess dirt. It should be done in fall when all of games are done. The board will discuss this in fall.

Bill Bredael will be leaving the Fire Department since he has started his own business and it is difficult to have the time for the Fire Department.

Bruce will keep the board informed about the radios changing for the fire department.

The bills were presented and on motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson were paid as presented.

The minutes were also reviewed and on motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen were passed as read.

The bill for EDC was reviewed and paid as presented and the map was reviewed and Casco needs to be put in the small area on the map. Tim Kinnard will contact EDC with the changes.

Kelly Pinchart brought the board up to date concerning the ambulance.

Tim will get the estimates for the Village sign for the hall and have it put up. The cost of the sign will be from the sale of the scoreboard at the park.

The board will review the calendar at the Village Hall as to what meetings and groups are using the hall so the board can monitor the cost of the bills for the hall.

The Village has not heard if their state aid will be cut but the recycling grant is already cut.

On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard the meeting was adjourned.

The next regular meeting will be June 7 at 7:00 PM at the Village Hall.

Patricia Yagodinski
Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes March 8, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board members present except for Tim Kinnard the meeting was opened by President Matt Gunderson. The agenda was passed on a motion by Kelly Pinchart and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

The 1st responder’s classes are done and the national test was taken. If and when they pass they can become 1st responders.

Since we did not have a lot of sand spread we will not have the streets swept.

The lift pump located behind the resident on 3rd street is not working all the time so Bruce will have the pump looked at.

Joe Nellis retired from the Casco Fire Department and the board would like to THANK HIM for his years of service.

The minutes were approved on a motion by Kelly Pinchart and seconded by Dennis Cravillion. These minutes were for the special meeting. The regular meeting minutes were approved on a motion by Kelly Pinchart and seconded by Dennis Cravillion.

The board will be looking at many ways to save money since the State is cutting funds for some programs. The village does not want to cut programs from the residents.

The bills were approved on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

The representatives for the organizations that will using the park will be contacted to be present at the April meeting to go over the costs and rules.

The run walk will be held in the Village on Memorial Day with the Casco Fire Department in charge. The run walk will begin and end at the Casco Village Park. To register or get more information contact Rob Funk at 217- 0652.

The election will be April 5 and the next regular meeting will be on April 12.

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Kelly Pinchart the meeting was adjourned.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes February 14, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board members present the meeting was opened by Matt Gunderson on a motion by Kelly Pinchart and seconded by Tim Kinnard the agenda was passed as presented.

The building inspector Chuck Schmitt Jr. was present to inform the board of the permit given to a home owner that is not complete. Letters were sent to the owner with what is needed to complete the permit. There must be less than 2” difference from the floor to the 1st step and a continuous rail on the steps. The home owner said he has the hand railing and is waiting for someone to put it up. The bottom step needs a platform of 32x32 and 1/2" high. The board will approach the homeowner and follow up with the permit.

Dale Jandrain Kewaunee County Highway Commissioner was present to explain what will be done with Hwy C when the road is replaced. The work should be done this summer with the replacement of some of the curb and gutter and the addition of curb and gutter in areas where there is none.

Some of the sewer lines will also be repaired at this time. The sewer line on Majeski Ave will be extended past the right of way and get approval from the DNR for 300 feet on the road and that will be good for 4 years. The owners can decide if they want to extend the sewer up the road.

Dale Jandrain, will work with our engineer Thad Majkowski from Cedar Corp.(Foth) since the county is responsible for 24 feet and Village will be responsible for the rest of the road. Intersections are the responsibility of the Village. The Village has to let the county know when we want to start the project.

The Village will try to use the LRIP grant to help pay for some of the curb and gutter so the cost for the project will be less.

The manholes will also be repaired where necessary. Thad will figure the man hole adjustments.

6th st ... On the South side will either be a swail or curb and gutter to handle the water on Hwy C. This will be in the right of way and the property owner will be approached as to what will be done.

Bruce will go with the engineer to measure the curb and gutter that needs to be replaced. We hope to advertise in April to get bids, open the bids in May and award them. Work to start in June and July.

The engineering fees will be about $7510.00 for design, construction $6830.00 and doing the stub work for Majeski Ave. $2000.00.

After all of the information is collected we will have meetings for the property owners with the estimate of their costs for curb and gutter. Bruce will go with the engineer to evaluate the curb and gutter and determine what has to be replaced.

Rob Funk was present to inform the board that the DNR lab evaluation was good. Rob also explained that it takes a long time to move snow from the corners of the streets and it is very hard on the equipment. The board said that they will leave it up to Bruce as to when he needs to call Dennis Miesler in to move the snow on the corners.

Rob will take 2 classes in Fond du Lac with the approval of the board.

The minutes were approved on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Kelly Pinchart.

The bills were approved on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

The board will look into having the snowmobile trail extended up Church Ave. to the south. The board will check with the Sheriffs office if this can be done since Hwy C is a county road.

The next meeting will be March 8, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Village Hall Fire Dept entrance.

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the meeting was adjourned.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes January 10, 2011

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD;

With all the board members present the meeting was opened by Matt Gunderson. On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the agenda was adopted.

Bruce Depeau talked to Chuck Heraly concerning the Village using his trailer for recycling during the holidays and the board will compensate him for the use.

Bruce will be on vacation and Rob Funk will be doing all of his work while he is gone.

A new roof on the shelter at the park is needed and will have to be looked into for next year.

January 19, 2011 the DNR will be at the sewer plant to audit it. Bruce will keep us updated on the results.

Bruce asked if he is needed to be a 1st responder is it ok that he leaves the Village work and the board agreed that it is ok.

Brad Legrave will be in charge of the 1st responder equipment that is in the Village Hall.

Bruce gave a break down of the fire department expenses and income.

The new siren will be tested every 1st and 3rd Wed of the month for 6 months before the old one is disconnected.

David Cassey from 420 Church Ave. was present to discuss an addition to his house. It will be too close to the lot line and will need a variance. He will present the board with a complete draft of his addition before the process for variance will proceed.

Thad Majkowski and Cory Thompson from Foth engineering were present to discuss the project on Church Ave and Weisner Ave. The curb and gutter on Church Ave south of Hwy 54.

Specs for the problems with 3rd and 6th street will also be addressed when he returns next month.

He also explained that the roots can be cut and a inhibitor to stop the growth of roots can be put in the sewer lines where needed.

Great Lakes and TV seal can fix some of the broken pipes when they are doing the work of televising.

It also was brought up that it is illegal to have sump pumps hooked up to sewer drains in their homes. If there is a question that a home is hooked up the Village can go into the home and check it out.

Bruce will have to be around when they do Hwy C to make sure the paving is ok and not too low over the man holes.

The man hole on Majeski Ave is not good and should be looked into. The board should also look into putting the sewer in Majeski Ave past the driveway of the Housing so if it needs sewer lines later the road would not have to be dug up to connect to the main line .

Thad Majkowski will come to the next meeting to bring the project costs.

The bills were passed on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

The minutes were reviewed and on a motion by Kelly Pinchart and seconded by Dennis Cravillion they were passed as read.

The liquor license for Skeeters Speed Stop was approved if the property is sold after January 15, 2011. It was approved on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion.

It was brought up that the Housing for the Elderly needs to shovel their sidewalks and they will be contacted and given 24 hours to do so or the Village will proceed with the project at the cost to the Housing. This ordinance is also for everyone in the Village to remove snow from the sidewalks. Also there is no overnight parking on the streets in the Village.

Residents are also reminded that the 1st payment for taxes are paid to the clerk treasurer before January 31 and after that to the County Treasurer.

Reminder that all dog owners must purchase a license for their dog from the Clerk Treasurer by January 31. A copy of the dog’s shots must be submitted with the fee and a self addressed envelope for the tags to be sent back to owner.

The next regular meeting will be February 14, 2011 at 7:00 pm

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Kelly Pinchart to adjourn the meeting.

The Village residents are reminded that the Village now has a web site at www.cascowi.com

Patricia Yagodinski clerk treasurer

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