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Village Board Minutes December 04, 2013

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present except Francis Gilson he meeting was opened by President Kelly Pinchart. On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the agenda was pasted as presented.

Bill Simon was present to discuss the problem of a resident in the Junion Subdivision parking a school bus in the driveway of her home. The board did approach her before and was told to park the bus in the back of her home next to the garage away from the neighbors. Kelly will ask her to park the bus at the middle school or the high school. It is a residential area and there has been numerous complaints concerning having the bus in the residential area.

Bruce informed the board about the front tire on the tractor having to be fixed by Seiler Tire.

The are 3 firemen that have left the department. Bruce also applied for a grant for the Fire Department.

As the Fire Chief Bruce is still having trouble with the radios and the problems that the department is having with communicating during the use of the radio system. Our Fire department is not the only one having trouble. The police and ambulance service is also having trouble. It was suggested that the fire chiefs approach the County Board with the complaints and problems.

Bruce has not heard if the new Village truck is ready but it should be available soon.

On motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the bills will be payed as presented.

Motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen the minutes were approved as read.

Kelly Pinchart applied for a donation for the park from a group in Kewaunee.

The Village will be looking for a building inspector since the building inspectors are retiring from their work as inspectors for the Village. There are two applicants for the Village. One person will only do permits for new homes. The other applicant will do all of the permit for the Village. Both will submit contracts and the board will review them at the January meeting.

The budget was review and on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the budget was passed as presented. The mill rate for 2014 will be .0207498919 Revenued of $131222.43 and the budget of $263220.81 for the Village.

The next regular meeting will be January 14, 2014.

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

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes November 12, 2013

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

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

Brian Peot was present to represent the snowmobile club for the area of Casco. They are requesting permission to put a trail in the Village to Moxie’s from 5th Street. The Village will allow the snowmobiles to park in the parking lot at the park. He will get us the ordinance that Luxemburg Village has. The board tabled the new ordinance till we receive a copy from Brian.

Bruce informed the board that the new truck should be here around December 1 and he would like to put seat covers on to protect the interior.

He also flushed the sewers and they seem to be in good shape. He also chipped the brush and had a hard time finding extra help doing it.

Bruce also will ask the firemen if they are ok getting paid for meetings. The County is now on a new paging system and it is not always working the best. We are not the only municipality that is having trouble.

The Village would like to THANK DAN BELLIN for his donation of his hours to close the parks water system.

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

The minutes were reviewed and on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Troy Alsteen they were approved.

The budget was reviewed but could not be passed because some of the information from the State was not available The December meeting will be a week earlier so the Budget can be reviewed.

The Kewaunee County Economic Development is now located in the office in the North part of the Bank of Luxemburg. The next meeting will be December 4, 2013 at 7:00 PM.

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

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes October 8, 2013

REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD

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

The Village would like to thank Ron Delfosse and Duane Opichka for making metal covers for the sprinkler head at the park.

The Casco A’s have donated money to pay for the repair of the scoreboard.

Casco Lions donated $2000.00 to the Casco Fire Department so the Village and the Fire department would like to Thank them.

The Siren is not needed anymore because the nuclear plant is closed. The board will have to decide if they want to keep the siren working and maintain it. The County will take it down at our expense if we want to keep it up we will have to maintain it.

The DeGroot construction co. was approached if they paid Moxie’s for the load of gravel that were taken from him for the repair of 5th street.

Bruce gave the board the quotes for a new truck. He got quotes from 3 places. After reviewing the quotes and what the companies offer the motion was made by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen to purchase the truck from Jorns of Kewaunee. The cost is $29762.00 plus title and registration. Bruce will make sure the truck will have a plow that will be able to plow the streets. The board agreed that the plow should be put on by Monroe.

A loan for $35000.00 from the Bank of Luxemburg will be taken out to pay for the truck on motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

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

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

The board will review the maps and change any address that need to be changed so the engineer can make copies. The zoning and street and sewer maps will also be updated.

The bill from the County concerning West street was tabled till Bruce talks to the County concerning the increase in the bill.

The board reviewed the request from Eric Simonar to change the lot that was paid for and the down payment on the other lot to change the lot to the back of the sub division Lot 131 Lot 10 Block 3. The board agreed on the change in the lots. They have paid $9000.00 so the board agreed on the transfer with an additional $1000.00 and they pay the attorney fees and any other costs for the change. The attorney and Eric Simonar will be contacted concerning the change along with the addition of the notice that they must start building by 2015 or a cost of $500.00 per year till they start building will be added.

The next meeting will be November 12 and the budget will be reviewed as it will be presented. If the State has all the figures sent to the Village the budget can be passed as presented.

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

Patricia Yagodinski

Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes September 10, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO VILLAGE BOARD

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

Cheryl Massey was present to inform the board of the variance that she wants at her property on Main St. She wants to build a garage onto the existing garage. That addition would be 10 feet from the lot line which is too close. John Jaconi from ICS said that the trees around the house were put in by John as a site and sound barrier from his property. Cheryl would have to stay away from the trees and that cannot take place with the new addition. The trees are on the property of ICS. The building inspector said there is not enough room to put the addition on the exiting building and stay away from the lot line as directed by the building code.

Tim Kinnard explained what a Variance meeting is all about. It is up to the board to exam all of the options and the facts to determine whether a Variance will be granted.

There were no other objections so the Variance meeting was closed and Cheryl was told the board will discuss the situation and contact the Building inspector and make a decision later and inform her of the outcome. Kelly Pinchart will contact the Building inspector on the footage for the building on this lot.

There was a discussion concerning the school bus that is parked at the resident’s home on 3rd street. The neighbors would like it parked alongside of their garage behind their home. The president will contact the home owner about the situation.

The Algoma Alliance for Snowmobiles was present to check on the trails in the Village. They have a plan for going to the businesses on Main Street. They are going to check on a trail going to and from Moxie’s.

They will attend the October meeting to update the board.

Chad Cochart was present to inform the board that his property on West Ave. has a 4 inch drop after the County put black top on the road. He would like a flare out on his driveway. Bruce will check with the County when they come to the Village for 3rd. And 5th Street repair.

The Lions club bought the wood for the repair of the utility trailer and Chuck Heraly put the floor in as a donation from the Lions to the Village. The Village would like the THANK THE LIONS FOR THEIR DONATION.

The computer on the Village truck needs repair so there are no lights or gauges. If the computer can be taken out it will take 2 days to repair after receiving it. There is no guarantee that it can be repaired. The board would like to check into the purchase of a new truck since there are other repairs that need to be done.

There is an oil leak in the truck and it will cost $425.00 for the kit to repair it.

Bruce will check on the cost of a new truck with at least 3 dealers.

Degroot Construction did the manhole replacement on 5th street. Bruce will check with Moxie that the company paid him for the loads of ground for 5th street.

The lift station on 3rd street can be rebuilt for $1695.00 for each lift and there are 2 of them. $396.00 x 2 for just the repellars. $3475.00 x 2 for new ones. The board will table the decision till next meeting.

September 23 the digital radio system will start in the County.

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

The minutes were approved on a motion Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the bids for Chip Sealing was awarded to Scott Construction for the cost of $26240.00. After the bill is paid the LRIP program will be submitted.

The Halloween Hours will be October 27 from 12 to 2 PM at the homes with the porch lights on.

The Casco Fire Department milk bottle tournament will be October 5, 2013 at the Casco Village Hall.

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

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

Village Board Minutes August 6, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO 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 Troy Alsteen the agenda was passed as presented.

Jim Delmore from Scott Construction was present to deliver the closed bid for Chip Sealing of 4 of the roads in the Village. The County did not receive the form that the State needs to present to the Village to ok the LRIP program. The funds cannot be given to the Village till the State ok’s the chip sealing on 4 of the roads in the Village. Kelly reviewed the bid at $25785.00 from Scott but we cannot award the contract till the LRIP is approved by the State. There were no other bids so the Village will wait to award the contract when the State approves our LRIP.

Bruce was present to discuss getting more sand for the ball field and putting on the areas that are low. The tractor that drags the field is not working all the time. It needs to be repaired or replaced. Bruce will check into a used one or the cost to repair the one we have if it can be repaired.

The Sewer line on Church Ave by 5th street was plugged and had to be opened.

Bruce also told the board that the Fire department van needs repairs at the cost of $3500.00 and asked if the Village will help with the cost. On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the money will be given to the Fire Department for the repairs.

Bruce will also have Vacuum Pump & Seal give an estimate for new pumps on 3rd street and Maple.

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

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

A check for $500.00 will be given to the 1st responders for equipment and supplies.

There will be 2 lots in the subdivision sold for a house to be built.

The lot that was sold to a company that builds houses was contacted that the ground that they moved must be put back if they are not going to build this year. The company’s president died suddenly so things were put on hold for a while.

Here being no further business on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the meeting was adjourned.

There have been several complaints concerning loud music coming from homes on Main Street and Church Ave. The landlords will be contacted before the Police are called in.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes July 9, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO VILLAGE BOARD

With all the board members present the meeting was opened by President Kelly Pinchart.

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the agenda was passed as presented.

Tim Zellner and Karla Kahr were present to ask for a Variance to their property to build a garage. The building inspector Chuck Schmitt was also present to explain why they need a variance. It was explained that a meeting needs to take place with some of the neighbors and the meeting will be posted in the paper. Tim and Karla have contacted the neighbors and had them sign a contract to state if they object to the garage. After the neighbors are contacted by the Village and a meeting set up the Variance will be granted if there are no objections. The meeting will be July 23, at 7:00 PM. On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the Variance will be granted if no objection after the meeting.

Chuck Schmitt Jr. also stated that Hanmann Milling wants to have a maintenance permit for building and Chuck stated that if they fire proof where needed. If they do all the requirements that Chuck has issued to them they and all they do is for maintenance.

The zoning now for out buildings will be changed after Chuck Schmitt Jr. writes up a new one to add to the exiting ordinance.

The lift pumps need repair and Champion Pumps will try to fix and find a company that handles the pumps. The Company that put the pumps in is now out of business.

Bruce had some of the Sewer Lines Televised that need to be cleaned out.

He got an estimate for the trailer to be painted and sand blasted from Robinson on Hwy 54.

NEW Plastics and the Opicka tournament put garbage and recycling container in the park. The Village would like to THANK NEW PLASTICS AND OPICKA TOURNAMENT for their donation to the park.

The problem on 3rd and Church Ave was fixed by the County. After digging up part of the road it was found to have old sidewalks buried and the road was giving away.

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

Minutes were reviewed and approved on motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

The black top on West St. was approved for 1 ¼ inch. The County will discussed what and when it will be done with Bruce. The motion was presented by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson.

There will be another notice to the residents that need to have their dogs on a leash when not on their property. Also a letter will be sent to some residents that need to clean up their property before the issues are sent to the Village Attorney.

Tim Kinnard presented to the board that Rob Davister has a asked the board to sell two lots in the subdivision for $16000.00 so Mr. Davister can build a house on one of the lots this year. The board agreed to sell to Mr. Mueller so he could have his home build this year. The board on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gildson to sell the lots for the agreed price if the home is built this year. The lots are from Davister Village subdivision Blk 5 Lot 7 and Lot 8.

The next meeting will be August 6, 2013 at 7:00 PM.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes June 11, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO VILLAGE BOARD

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

Rob Funk was present to represent Bruce Depeau to keep the board updated on the Village business. He explained that the pump on 3rd street is still getting plugged up and running for long periods of time. Bruce will be calling Champion Pump to replace some of the parts for the pump. The board and Bruce will have to come up with some answers to stop the residents from flushing objects down the sewer lines.

Kelly Pinchart will call the company concerning the chip sealing. The board will have a special meeting when the County hears from the State as to what they will approve for the LRIP grant for the roads in the Village. The County Highway Commissioner, Thad Majkowski the engineer, Bruce Depeau, and any Village Board members that can make it to the meeting to discuss the road problems.

The resolution for Compliance Maintenance report for the Sewer plant was passed on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen . It is RESOLUTION S13.

The Village would like to THANK THE CASCO A’S for the purchase of a double 1st base for $400.00.

The microphone cord for the speaker at the park was defective so Mr. Froelich from the Opicka Tournament replaced it and the Village would like to THANK THE TOURNAMENT for the replacement of the cord and their cooperation in cleaning the park after the games.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and second by Francis Gilson the bills will be paid as presented.

The minutes were reviewed and on motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Francis Gilson the Minutes were approved as read.

Pat will contact the County to find out what has to be done to have the LRIP grant approved for the Chip Sealing and repairs to some roads in the Village.

The board was brought up to date concerning the injured Fire Fighter.

The next meeting will be July 9, at 7:00 PM.

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

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes May 14, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO VILLAGE BOARD

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

Bruce presented the board with the cost of putting up a stop sign at the end of 1st street and Applewood. The cost from the county will be $43.86 with the labor by Bruce and Rob Funk. The board decided to table the issue till later.

Mark Lohrey from Lohrey Trucking approached Bruce to ask if the Village would allow him to drive his truck from the Stade Farm over a lot in the Subdivision to enter and exit the Stade Farm with logs. The board is concerned about the damage that could be done to the lots, curb and gutter, and the roads in the subdivision because there is only one layer of black top on the road.

The board decided that they will allow Mark to travel in the subdivision after he and Lisa Stade sign an agreement to do any repairs that are necessary in the subdivision for 1 year after Mark is finished hauling logs. On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen Lohrey Trucking may use the subdivision after they sign the agreement.

Bruce will contact a company that does road repair and sealing and set up a meeting with the board.

The corner of 3rd and Church Ave is starting to settle so Bruce will contact the County to find the problem.

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

Bruce will check with cell phone companies to purchase a new one since his need to be repaired.

The contract for the computers in the Village with Dennis Helwig of Creative Computing will be renewed for 1 year for $240.00.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the liquor licenses for T J’s bar and grill, Casco One Stop ,Jim’s Bar and Bowl, Moxie’s, Casco Lions and Casco A’s were approved.

The board discussed the groups that will be using the park will have to give the Village certificate of insurance as directed by the Village’s insurance agent.

1st responders would like the Village to give money for Eppi-pens. On a motion by Frances and seconded by Dennis Cravillion they will get the amount that is needed.

The board will contact the company that purchased the lot in the subdivision as to when they will be building a home since the ground as be moved on the lot.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Francis Gilson the meeting was adjourned with the next meeting June 11, 2013 at 7:00 PM

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes April 9, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO 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.

Dale Vandervest was present to inform the board what they have to do to have snowmobile trail too and through the Village. When the Village has the trails decided the snowmobile club will come and mark the trails. They will also groom the trails. The clubs will also try and help the Village keep the snowmobiles from going off the trails and onto private property.

Bruce still having trouble with sewer lines being blocked by materials that are flushed by the residents. We will be monitoring the problem before there is more damage to the resident’s lines or the sewer lifts.

Bruce will order a check valve for the Sewer Plant on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

The 2011 audit will be sent to Rural Development.

On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded Dennis Cravillion to put a street light near Donna Jandrin’s resident.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen to approve the amount to have the streets cleaned.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Tim Kinnard to approve the bills as read.

Bruce will check into how much a stop will cost to put in on 1st street.

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

The Village will be sending a letter to the landlord for the Nimmer property to informed him to have the garbage put in the dumpster and have the lid down. He also must remove vehicles that are not licensed on his property.

A discussion about the cost of sewer for a property in the Village. On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen to leave the cost to unoccupied with 3 yes and 1 no.

The board was informed of the sale of a lot in the subdivision.

The board went into closed session on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen.

Tim Kinnard made a motion and Troy Alsteen seconded to come out of closed session.

Another letter will be sent to the residents in the Junion subdivision concerning the Sewer lift being plugged. The damage of the sewer lift being plugged and running for a long time will cause the lift station to be replaced and being shut down during the repair time. This will affect the residents that are on that sewer line in the Junion Subdivision.

The open book with the assessor will be Sat April 20 at the Village Hall Meeting room from 1:00 pm to 3:00 PM.

The Board of review will be May 14 at 7:00 PM at the meeting room at the Village Hall.

The next meeting will be May 14, 2013.

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

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes March 4, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO VILLAGE BOARD

On a motion by Troy Alsteen and seconded by Dennis Cravillion the agenda was approved with all the board members present except Tim Kinnard.

There was only one person present concerning the groups that use the park. Ms Dawn Waldow was present to represent the girls and boys groups that use the park. She informed the board that on Tues and Thurs the girls will play and on Monday and Wednesday the boys. She was given the A’s schedule and will change the schedule when the A’s are playing on a Wednesday or Thursday. The licenses and contracts will be sent to the Lions and Casco A’s.

Bruce informed the board that the noise from the furnace running was fixed.

He also informed the board that the truck is starting to have a lot of problems. He also gave the board an estimate for a new truck with a trade in. They would like 2 estimates’ so Bruce will go to green bay to get a seconded one.

The Village Board would like to THANK DEBBIE HAUMSCHILD for her contributions to the Casco Fire Department from her Avon sales.

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

The minutes were read and on motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen were passed as read.

Bruce met with Wisconsin Public Service to discuss putting a street light up on Wiesner Ave. It will be tabled till we get the estimate from Public Service.

The board reviewed the contract for the Casco A’s and the Lions so they can be sent to the organizations.

There was a discussion concerning the sale of 2 lots in the subdivision and a counter offer will be given to the buyer.

The Board of Review will be May 14, 2013 with the open book April 20, 2013.

The next meeting will be April 9, 2013. On a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Troy Alsteen the meeting was adjourned.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes February 12, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO VILLAGE BOARD

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

The minutes were reads and motion to approve by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Tim Kinnard.

Bruce Depeau was present to inform the board about concerns in the Village. He informed the Village about the sale concerning the Christmas lights. He explained that there will be more costs to the ones we already have and this year there will be more expense fixing the existing poles and lights. The board decided to wait another year to purchase new lights.

The board would like Bruce to check on the cost of trading in the truck since it has been used a lot for snow removal, garbage and recycling pick up and general maintenance in the Village. The board does not want the truck to cost too much in repairs.

The board would like to THANK MATT GUNDERSON and Centurytel for putting up and taking down the Christmas lights this year.

There have been some complaints that the plowing on Hwy 54 being done by the County. They say the county goes too fast on the road and pushes the snow up on the sidewalk and into the yards of some of the residents. Bruce will contact the County and explain the concerns of the residents.

Bruce contacted Brian Fameree to look into fixing the vents in the Village Meeting room so it is not too noisy. He will inform the board concerning the results.

Tim Kinnard made a motion to accept the bills and Francis Gilson seconded it.

The discussion concerning the snow mobile trails in the Village will be addressed next year along with contacting the snow mobile clubs in the area. The Village would like to help the Clubs have a trail in the Village to help the snowmobiles access to the businesses.

The board will contact the clubs and organizations that use the park to get the schedules and who Bruce should contact with any questions. We will inform the groups of the rules and who they should contact if they have any questions regarding the park. The schedule will be kept by the Clerk and anyone using the park must contact her. If anyone wants to rent the Park they can contact the Clerk and must be residents of the Village.

With no further business on a motion by Francis Gilson and seconded by Troy Alsteen the meeting was adjourned.

The next meeting will be March 5, 2013 at 7:00 PM.

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

Village Board Minutes January 8, 2013

REGULAR MEETING CASCO VILLAGE BOARD

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Troy Alsteen the agenda was passed as presented.

Bruce Depeau was present to update the board on the Village work.

The Village will have to change their March and April meeting because NWTC will be at the Village Hall on the Tuesdays for the 2 months.

Bruce will get time and half time for Village work on the weekends if he needs to work.

Bruce asked if the Village wants to pay for 1/2 of the postal box for the Sewer Mail. The other half of the cost will be paid by the Casco Fire Department.

Jerry Jonet cut the trees on 1st street and that will help the traffic on 1st street to be able to drive on the street without hitting the trees over the road.

There is a problem with false alarms coming from the Middle School because the smoke alarms go off. The residents around and across the street from the Middle school have wood burning stoves and when they are fired up the smoke goes into the middle school vents and set off the smoke alarms. The custodian at the school will be looking into the problem.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Troy Alsteen the bills were paid as presented The WPS bills were a little high and it was discovered that it was for 2 months.

Dennis Helwig was present to explain how the Village can have Wi-Fi for the sewer plant and the clerk’s office and being on one bill for the internet. The Village will now have a lap top and it will be brought down to the meetings so any information can be gotten from the computer.

On a motion by Dennis Cravillion and seconded by Francis Gilson the minutes were passed as read.

On a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Dennis Cravillion to make the contract for the engineer for 15 hours and $900.00. Kelly will contact the engineer.

Pat will check into health insurance for the full time employee.

The board reviewed the accounts for the Village and the Sewer and any questions were answered by the Clerk.

The next meeting will be February 12, 2013 at 7:00 PM.

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

Patricia Yagodinski Clerk Treasurer

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