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Village Board Minutes December 4, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present the meeting was called to order by President Kelly Pinchart. On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen the agenda was passed.

Bruce Depeau informed the board that the outfield fence at the park was replaced and the work was done in one day. The board would like to THANK the Lions and the Casco As for their contribution to the expense.

Bruce has not found anyone to change the duct work at the Village Meeting Room.

The Christmas decorations are put up and there are three not lite up till WPS comes to put the plugs back on the poles.

The lift station on 3rd street is plugged again and that makes the pump run to long. Bruce and Rob try to keep it clear so the pump does not have to be replaced. If the weather gets bad it is hard to get back there to do the work and lift the pump out. If the pump goes down there will be no sewer for some of the residents in that sub division till a new one replaces it.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the bills were passed. The minutes were also read and a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson were also passed.

The engineer agreement for 20 hours of work at $1200.00 was reviewed and Kelly will contact Thad Majkowski concerning the hours being broken down on the bill and the question as to who will be doing the work for the Village.

There are a few properties on Church Ave that need to be cleaned up and the residents will be contacted. The residents will be reminded that all cars on any property in the Village must have current license on them or they are labeled as junk autos and they need a license to have a junk yard and that cannot be in the boundaries of the Village.

The budget was discussed and the board was told that they can only raise the Village share of the Taxes up to $126,170.00 . The mill rate for the Village will be .0040902819 added to the rates makes the mill rate total of .0207358038 and the credit of.0012712943 making the rate after the credit of.0194645095.

A motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the budget was passed as presented.

The board was informed as of the meeting time there were no more nomination papers taken out for President, or the two trustees except for the incumbents.

The next meeting will be January 8,2013 at 7:00 PM.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes November 13, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present the agenda was passed on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson.

Two members of the 1st responders were present to explain that the medicine Epinephrine will expire every 2 years and it will cost $245.00 to have an Epi pen for the 1st responders. There are 7 in the Village and the pen will be used by the responders.

Called Jerry Jonet to cut the trees on 1st street that are hanging over the road and it will cost $400.00.

Rob took valves and parts of the fence to Heim Salvage and got $300.00 and the Village will give Rob gas money for his truck and trailer.

Bruce is trying to only go once for recycling to Green Bay to save some gas money.

Bruce will check with other businesses for changing the vents for the furnace so the noise will be reduced. Bruce will get another estimate.

The limits on phosperous will go into effect in the next couple years and we will have to decide how to lower the limits so we can enforce the limits.

The village truck is a 2003 and has 71000 miles on it so the Village will have to decide what we need to do to have a working vehicle.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the bills were paid as presented.

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

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the loan for Applewood St. will be renewed for 5 years . The Bank of Luxemburg will send a new schedule of payments.

The budget will be tabled till next meeting when the amounts that the State sends to us to complete the budget are received.

The next meeting will be early because the budget has to be set soon. The meeting will be December 4, 2012 at 7:00 PM.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Tim Kinnard the meeting was adjourned.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes October 9, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson the agenda was approved as read by President Kelly Pinchart.

Julie Siagmond was present and introduced herself to the Village Board as the person who is running for County Clerk on the Republican Party ticket.

Bruce was also present to update the Village Board on the progress or problems in the Village. The truck door was fixed since it has been a problem for a long time. There are many miles on the truck.

HALLOWEEN HOURS for the Village are OCTOBER 28, 2012 between the Hours of 12 Noon and 2 PM at the homes with Porch Lights on.

The bill from Packer City International for the fire Truck will not be paid since the work was not done as stated on the bill. Any questions will be directed to Bruce concerning this bill.

The fire department was formed in the Village in 1937.

The board would like to THANK MARGE PAVLAT AND RANDALL WENDRICKS for their work at the Sewer plant with cutting trees and planting and cleaning up at the Sewer Plant.

A replacement of a valve at the sewer plant will be done when the tank is empty.

Bruce gave the Board a rundown on the Sewer Plant and the numbers that are needed by the DNR. The plant is running good and the numbers are in the right area for the DNR to approve.

Jamie Annoye was also present to introduce herself to the Village Board as the Democratic representative for Kewaunee County Clerk.

Motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion to have the valve fixed at the Sewer plant for $4990.00. The cost will come out of the OMR account.

Thad Majkowski from Cedar Cor Engineering along with Justin Keen went over the road plans for the Village to apply for the LRIP program. The board will have to decide which roads need to be done soon.

We should do crack sealing for the Village Subdivision and Jaconi Subdivision.

He went through the Village Streets with Bruce and they said 6th and 4th street are considered to be done soon. Thad would do Sewer Televising before the streets are repaired. Boring on the streets will be done all at one time.

The board will decide which roads will be done in 2013 and let Thad know which roads so he can give us a plan.

Chuck Heraly and Mark Jandrin are present to represent the Casco Lion Club and the Casco As to give us a amount that they are willing to pay to replace the fencing on the South side of the Park. Bruce gave them and the Board an estimate to remove and replace the fencing from the 3rd base on the softball field to the score board, the cost will include the removal of the fence and poles and replacing the fence and use the exiting poles. Bruce said he and Rob can remove the fence to lower the cost. The Lions agree to pay $1500.00 and Casco As $500.00 but only if we do all of the fence stated by Bruce and do it this year.

The Lions will be replacing the roof on the pavilion at the park and do this October 19. Any help will be appreciated.

The renter on the Davister Property was also present to explain why he has chickens. He thought that the property was taxed and zoned as agriculture. The property is in the Village and zoned Residential and cannot have any fowl or animals except dogs or cats. All dogs must be licensed by the village. The residents have till Jan. 1 2013 to get rid of the chickens.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson to accept the bills as presented.

The minutes were approved on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

The loan payment for the Church Ave curb and gutter will be taken out of the account for the Curb and Gutter and pay the loan on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson.

The contract for the Voting machines will be tabled till further notice or next year because of the cost on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson to replace the fence as presented to the Lions this year.

The next meeting will be November 13, 2012 at 7:00 PM.

The meeting was adjourned on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes September 4, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present except Tim Kinnard President Kelly Pinchart opened the meeting. On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson the agenda was passed as presented.

Bruce got an estimate for replacing some of the fencing at the park and it will cost $5254.00 but if we do it this year it will cost $4643.00. The board will mention the cost to some of the organizations who use the park to see if they would contribute to the cost so we could get it done this year. The board will have to check the budget.

Bruce has used Chuck Heralys wheeler at the park till the lawn mower is fixed. The Village would like to thank Chuck for the use of his 4 wheeler.

Rob Funk will get $20.00 a month for the use of his truck for Village use.

The engineer contacted Bruce concerning the LRIP grant and we can use it for 5 years.

Bruce also told the board that the tests at the Sewer Plant have been very good with 35,000 gallons of flow.

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the bills were passed as presented.

The minutes were passed on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson.

With a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson to accept a offer of $7000.00 cost for a lot in the subdivision with earnest cost of $3000.00 and the buyer pays for the closing costs.

There was a discussion concerning the budget for the ambulance and why it has been going up. The budget for 2013 will be going up. The budget will be for 3 ambulances and they have difficulty maning the ambulances.

The Village will have an increase in the budget for elections since there are two machines to maintain and the election board in Madison requires more meetings to maintain the certifications of the workers and the clerk. The counting of the ballots now take place at the polls and not in Kewaunee.

The board is reviewing the properties in the Village that need to be cleaned up.

The next regular meeting will be October 9, 2012 at 7:00 PM. On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Troy Alsteen to adjourn.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes August 7, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the members present the agenda was approved on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion.

Laurie Hucek from Emergency Management called Bruce to tell him that the siren was not working properly so he had to have it checked and fixed. The board was informed that the siren is now owned by the Village and we have to pay for the repairs.

Bruce got a quote for blacktop at the park from the pavilion to the Lions stand. It will be about $548.00. The board will table this till the funds are available.

Bruce said that the water flow at the sewer plant is less this year and he does not know if this is because the weather is dryer or the repairs to the roads and storm sewers made the difference.

The bills were reviewed and on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson were passed as read.

The minutes were read and on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Troy Alsteen were approved except for the change in the name of the person that is charge of the housing unit in Casco.

The property at 614 Church Ave was sent a letter to stop the business that he was doing at his residential property. He has two weeks to clean his property or the issue will be turned over to the Village Attorney.

The resident in the Village that has chickens was sent a letter and must get rid of them by January 1, since they cannot be raised in the Village.

A letter was sent to the landlord at 211 Main St. to have the renter turn the music and noise down so the neighbors dont complain.

The resident at 423 Church Ave. was also sent a letter to clean up their property and if the vehicle at the rear of their property must be licensed or taken off the property.

Kelly Pinchart informed the board that the County will be sent a bill from Brown County for about $68,000.00 for the cost of the Kewaunee County residents that use the Brown County Library. Algoma and Kewaunee will not have to pay for it since they have a Library. The board would like a list of the Village residents that use the Brown County library to see how many residents from the Village use it. We are going to check with County to see how they are going to divide the cost up.

The LRIP grant was discussed for the streets of 4th and 6th and the engineer will be contacted as to what to use the grant on and what can be done for the roads.

The parade for the Lions on the 19th of August will start at 11:00 am.

The Party on 1st street will be September 8 and this is sponsored by The 1st Responders, Casco Fire Department and the Legion. All the information for the events is on the web site for the Village.

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

The next meeting will be September 4, 2012 at 7:00 pm.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes July 10, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present except Troy Alsteen the meeting was opened by President Kelly Pinchart and on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson the agenda was approved as read.

Jennifer Brown from the Kewaunee County EDC was present to explain some of the services that can be obtained from them. Revolving loan funds are available and the WEDC wants the funds to be consolidated with the Bay Lake Regional Planning Commission. The commission is moving forward to consolidate a smaller number of communities into one group.

Bay Lake Regional Planning would like to know if we have any projects planned. As of now none are planned.

Anything to improve growth in the Village and any questions can be directed to Jennifer at EDC at 487-5333 in Algoma.

The controller for the score board at the park is not working and Bruce had to send one in to be repaired. They are 4-6 weeks behind in repairs.

Bruce also told the board about the vandalism at the park. He reported it to the Sheriffs department. The new tree at the sign on 5th street was damaged and we might have to replace it this fall. There was more damage done to the bathrooms.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson Bruce should get a new starter for the John Deere till we can purchase a new or used vehicle to do the ball field.

The Steiner Lawn mower does not work and it will cost $1600.00 to repair.

Sealcoating for the Fire Department drive way and the basket ball courts at the park will be done by Custom Sealcoating for $1067.00 for both with no parking lines drawn. Rob Funk will do that to save money. They will also do crack filling for this cost. This was passed on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson.

Bruce also informed the board that BRAD ZELLNER (7 Years ) and ED OLSON (20 years ) are retiring from the Fire Department. THE VILLAGE WOULD LIKE TO THANK THEM FOR THEIR SERVICE TO THE VILLAGE

Bruce also applied for 2 grants for the Fire Department and will let the board know the results when he hears from any of them

The bills were reviewed and on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson to accept the bills as presented.

The address for the park will be 314 5th street.

Bruce will contact Mr. Ouradnik from the Casco Housing to explain the address change for the housing since the address that the Sewer bills go to 115 Wiesner and the sign says 201. Everyone on that street are in the 100 block.

The minutes were reviewed and will be accepted as read with one change. The minutes should read 6 tires instead of 4 were purchased for the Village truck. On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard minutes were accepted.

The residents at 614 Church Ave will be notified that he cannot run a business at this address since it is zoned residential and that he has to get rid of any automobiles that do not have a current License and are not owned by the residents of the house.

The bill for the building Inspector magazine will be paid by the Village on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson.

The Casco One Stop will be notified to cut weeds around their property.

The next meeting will be August 7, 2012 at 6:30 PM starting at the park to review the repairs to the fencing.

On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the meeting was adjourned

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes June 12, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present the meeting was opened by President Kelly Pinchart. On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson the agenda was approved as read.

During the open forum the resident Tina Lelou was present to ask for a Variance to her building a shed 45 feet from the center of the road instead of the 60 foot. The board asks if there was a hardship for her to build it closer to the road and she said no. Tina needs to get a building permit from the building inspector and if there are any questions they should come back to the board. The Variance was denied and she must follow the building code.

There is 22,000 miles on the tires of the truck and they are getting very bald. Bruce went to Seilers and had 4 new tires put on the truck.

The tractor at the park did not start again this week end and the board said it is too old to get it fixed again. Bruce will check around for a used tractor or small 4 wheeler.

Bruce replaced the street sign at Burke Ave. because it was stolen.

Bruce will be gone June 22 and is looking for someone to do the Garbage and Recycling since Rob is also gone till the next day. The lawn at the park also needs to be cut.

There are no issues for the Sewer Plant Compliance Maintenance so the resolution can be passed with Tim Kinnard making the motion and Troy Alsteen seconding it. The DNR has not given Bruce a permit for the sewer plant and they have said it is on someones desk for the past 2 years.

Bruce will be getting a dehumidifier for the basement at the Sewer plant

The Village Board has gotten a copy of the cost for a new fire truck to replace one.

With all if the bills reviewed by the Board on a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson except for a bill from Commercial Maintenance chemical Co. for some degreaser chemical for the lift station. Bruce has told the company not to send any more since he received the amount that he asked for and they agreed to send. They have continued to send more and have not answered any of the phone calls from Bruce or Tim Kinnard as to why they keep sending the product. Pat has tried to get the same answer with no response from the president of the company. We will be asking the League of Municipality what process will be for us to get some answers as to what we need to do to get answers from the president of the company.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen to approve the minutes except that the cost to buy a new truck with a plow from Jorns for $38,900.00 is not with a trade in.

The Board of Review minutes were approved on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion.

Kelly Pinchart has read the protocol for the Kewaunee County Emergency Management and put the changes in with new names and numbers of the board.

The Village Board will check the fence at the park and see what portions need to be replaced first. Due to cost we will not be able to replace the whole fence.

The next regular meeting will be July 10, 2012 at 7:00 PM.

The meeting was adjourned on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion.

Patricia Yagodinski, Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes May 15, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

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

Bruce informed the board that he inquired from Jorns in Kewaunee a new truck with plow and after trade in would cost about $39,000.00. This was just a quote for the board for the future since the age and miles on the truck are high.

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard Bruce will get chips for the park play ground from anyone who can haul it for the least amount.

Bruce will get 2 toilets for the park bathrooms on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson.

A quote for sealing the fire station driveway and basket ball court at the park will be gotten by Bruce.

The fire department wants to replace the 1985 fire engine 451 in 2015 at the cost of $285,830.00. Second engine out $257,000.00 if we buy by the end of 2012. Bruce said he just gave us an idea what the bill will be if we replace it. He will keep us posted on the cost and time line.

The bills were reviewed and on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Troy Alsteen the bills will be paid as presented.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the minutes were approved.

The web site contract will be approved on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

Kelly Pinchart gave an update on the Luxemburg Rescue budget and it will go up $300.00.

The Liquor Licenses for the following places were reviewed by the Village Board.

  • Douglas Delebreau, Moxies Supper Club
  • Casco Lions Club, Casco Village Park
  • Casco Lion Club, Holy Trinity Father Gilsdorf Field
  • Casco As Casco Village Park
  • Tammy Skarban, T & J Pub and Grill
  • Donna Lauscher, Jims Bar and Bowl
  • Aslokkumar Patel, Casco One Stop

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Tim Kinnard the licenses were approved.

Bruce also informed the board that some residents are cutting their lawn and blowing the grass on the road and this should not be done since this does go into the drains that go into the Storm Sewers.

The next regular meeting will be June 12,2012 at 7:00 PM.

With no further business the meeting was adjourned with a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes April 10, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present the president Kelly Pinchart opened the meeting and on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the agenda was approved as read.

Bruce gave the board a quote from RJL Maintenance to sweep the streets and on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard the contract for both Hwy C and 54 along with West, Applewood and Old Orchard North of 54 will be done for $651.00.

The County asked if the generator could be used other places in the County if needed. The board said it would not be good for the Village to allow it outside of the Village.

Bruce will contact Matt Joski for a quote to clean the carpet in the Village Board Room.

The Fire Department pumper truck should be replaced if possible in 2015 since it will be 30 years old and has some problems with getting up to speed.

The bills were reviewed and on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard will be paid as directed.

Bruce has seen non residents putting brush and grass clippings in the disposal at the Sewer plant. The area is only for residents of the Village. Pat will contact the Town of Casco to ask that they inform their residents not to put material in this area. The Village is responsible for the contents that are put in there. If anything illegal or if the Village receives a fine the resident or non resident will be charged.

Bruce will paint some of the curb yellow so cars cannot park in certain areas.

The contract for the Village to only take our recycling to one certain area in Green Bay was approved.

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

The election site will be changed for the next election on May 8. The new site will be the Village Board Room at the 1st street entrance.

The Board of Review will be May 15, 2012 at 7:00 PM.

The next Village meeting will also be May 15.

On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the meeting was adjourned.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes March 14, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present the meeting was opened by President Kelly Pinchart and on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the agenda was passed as read.

The coaches of all the teams that will be using the park were present to discuss the rules and the dates that they will be using. Any changes in the dates should be told to Pat or Bruce so it can be put on the calendar. If they have any questions or problems they should contact Bruce or Pat.

The driveway on Myron Abts property was blacktopped and repaired. Because the work was done without Myron being contacted the county will be paying for 16 x 88 feet of the driveway. Any future work done on his property will be paid by Myron after the Village is contacted as to what will be done.

The repairs on 4th street will be paid by Cedar Engineering and the County since the work should have been corrected when done the 1st time. The Village will pay for the new portion that was done.

The bills were reviewed and on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard the bills will be paid as presented. The Commercial Maintenance bill will be checked by Bruce as to why we are still receiving the product and getting billed for it when Bruce has called numerous times to cancel the product.

The bill for the budgeted amount for the Fire Department will be paid for Jan and Feb.

Dennis Cravillion and Troy Alsteen have gone to a meeting concerning the County landfill. They were given 3 options. 1. Opening another cell in 2016 2. Closing the landfill and hauling to Green Bay. 3. Have another party run the landfill. A Survey will be filled out by the municipalities and sent to county with their input.

The minutes were approved on a motion Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion With a correction of not all were in favor for the amount to be paid on 4th street, Dennis Cravillion was not in favor.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion to pay Building Inspector Chuck Schmitt $50.00 for filling out forms and a 2 hour meeting with Bill Harrington from Insurance Services organization.

The Board of Review will be May 15, 2012.

The Election site will change after the April elections. Due to 2 new voting machines and The need to set up the voting machines the night before and the viewing by the public 10 days before election the site will change.

A meeting for Bruce on street maintenance on March 30 was approved by the board on a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion.

The next meeting will be April 10, 2012 at 7:00 pm.

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

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer.

Village Board Minutes February 14, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present the agenda was approved by a motion of Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

Myron Abts was present to question the bill that he received for work done on Wiesner Ave. He claims that the black top on his drive way is on the county road and that the county should get the bill. Tim Kinnard and Kelly Pinchart measured the space and came up with 16x88 sq. feet is the area that was done. Myron said that he talked to a county worker at the time of the construction and said he wanted to know who was going to pay for the work. The worker made a call and then told Myron that the county would be paying for the work. The phone call made by the worker was not made to any person in the Village and the Village was not contacted before the work was done. Dale Jandrin from the county highway department was present at the meeting. Tim Kinnard suggested to Dale that he check with the county worker and ask him who Oked the work. Dale will contact Kelly with the answers to the questions.

With county and the Village engineer present there was also a question concerning the problems with 4th street after the initial work was done and who will be paying for the work done after to fix the water problems on the road. The Village wants the engineer or the county or both to pay for part of the repairs since it should have be taken care of at the beginning of the project. The engineer for Cedar Corp was present when Bruce showed him the problem. The bill is a total of $3469.36 and the Village only wants to pay $1125.00 and the remainder to be between the county and engineer. The county feels that the problem is the fault of the engineer and not the county. The engineer will get back to the Village. The engineer that was on the project does not work for Cedar Corp any more. Dennis Cravillion and Francis Gilson think that the engineer should pay the full amount. On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the Village will pay $1093.00 since the initial cost would have been higher if done the way it is done now.. All were in favor except Dennis Cravillion. The engineer and county will have to decide who will pay the rest.

A Village Resident had to replace a tire on his truck that was damaged due to the road not being wide enough during the construction. The bill was sent to Summers Construction and they denied the claim. On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard the bill will be paid for $207.42.

The LRIP program for the road will be due next year.

Bruce applied for a grant for the Fire department and it was denied

The gauges on the Village truck do not work and Rob Funk will try and fix the heater gage. The board will have to start thinking about purchasing a new truck.

Bruce will purchase 1 Christmas decoration this year.

Great Lakes T. V. Seal fixed 2 leaks on Wiesner Ave. in the Sewer line. We did not need traffic control so that will be taken off of the contract.

The lift station on 3rd street will have to be looked at since the alarm goes off more and more. When the company comes to check the sewer lift Bruce will have them look at the pump at the sewer plant.

The bills were looked at and on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Tim Kinnard the bills will be paid as presented.

The Fire department presented their checks and receipts for January so the board can review them. The board would also like to know the amount that is in their checking, savings and cds to have for the accountant to review each month if they have any question concerning the Fire department.

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

The property owner on Wiesner Ave. that wants to tear down one house and make the two lots one. The board will allow him to take away the Sewer bill for the empty lot he will have to tear up part of the lateral and cap it off and make the 2 lots into one so no home can be built on the second lot since the lateral will be taken out and capped.

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard to pay Cedar Corp for there consultive agreement of $1200.00 for 2012.

The next regular meeting will be March 13, 2012 at the Village Hall 1st street entrance. Troy Alsteen will contact all of the coaches of the teams that play at the park and have them come to the meeting so that all of the rules will be gone over concerning the park.

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

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes January 10, 2012

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present except Dennis Cravillion the meeting was opened by President Kelly Pinchart and on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the agenda was passed as read. No one was present for the open forum.

Bruce was present to explain some of the problems at the Sewer Plant. He will purchase some plugs and the cost will be taken out of the OMR account.

Kelly will let Bruce know if we are going to have Great Lakes TV Seal Co. repair the lines and manhole on Wiesner Ave. We are going to ask if we can do traffic control rather than pay the Company to do it.

The Village Board would like to THANK D.J. DELEBREAU for his service to the Casco Fire Department.

The Fire Department gave the board a break down of the expenses and revenue that the Fire Department had in 2011. The board will be asking the Fire Department for a break down every month before we send them a check. This will help the board answer to the accountant any questions that he has for the board concerning expenses.

The bill from the county concerning 4th street repair will be discussed and the engineer and County Highway Commissioner will be asked to attend the next meeting. The board will ask who is responsible for the project on Church Ave and 4th Street not solving the problem of water standing on the corner of 4th and Church Ave.

The bills were reviewed and on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded Troy Alsteen were paid as presented except for the year bill of $8163.00 for the fire department. The board will pay the Fire Department by the month after receiving a print out of the cost and receipts each month till the budgeted amount for the year is paid up.

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

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Tim Kinnard to have Great Lakes TV and Seal do the work on Wiesner Ave. and we will take off 8% and Traffic Control.

Contract for Cedar Corp will be tabled till next meeting to find out what it actually covers.

Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen to join the League of Municipality for $139.80 for 2012.

The next meeting will be February 14, 2012 at 7:00 PM at the Casco Village Hall 1st street entrance.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

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