JUNE 2018 MINUTES
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Village of Rosholt Minutes

Regular Board Meeting

Monday June 11, 2018

7:00 p.m. @ Village Hall (101 S Main St)

 

 BE APPROVED JULY 09, 2018

 

Call to order: by President Robert Kurszewski

Pledge of Allegiance:

Roll Call: Robert Kurszewski, Richard Mansavage, Craig Anderson, and Mike Garski (Absent: Travis Firkus)

Also Present: Norma Anderson, Marc Christianson, Chris Martin and Rich Kruzicki

PUBLIC REQUESTS FOR CONSIDERATION: 

Norma Anderson requests the board consider enforcement of the ordinance regarding junk vehicles. 

Chris Martin requests repair of the pot holes at the top of the Fair Park road.

 Minutes:

Motion:   Anderson/Garski to approve the minutes as read. All in favor, none opposed, motion carried.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: 

Storm Sewer on Highway 66:

A proposal from the Village of Gresham to clean the storm sewers was presented as follows:

$200.00 per hour for two men, one pickup truck and the Jetter truck. 

Maintenance Rich stated there are only 2 plugged man holes at the west end of Highway 66. All others seem clear.

Motion: Anderson/Mansavage to table action. All in favor, motion carried.

NEW BUSINESS: 

Tennis Court Resurface Proposals:

Resurfacing the tennis court should be done an average of every 8 years. It has been 11 years since it’s been done so Rosholt School District gathered proposals as follows:

Arrow Precision in the amount of $15,800.00

Munson Inc. in the amount of $17,950.00

Valley Sealcoat, Inc. in the amount of $21,295.00 

The school district recommends Munson Inc. due to their method of crack repair. They also don’t know Arrow Precision’s performance record of tennis courts. 

Motion: Kurszewski/Mansavage to approve Munson Inc. in the amount of $17,950.00 to perform resurfacing the tennis court. It is agreed that the school district will pay the contractor in full and bill the Village in 3 annual installments. All in favor, none opposed, motion carried. 

Dollar General Zoning:

Platt Development is currently negotiating with 3 property owners to purchase land for a Dollar General. The school district will make their final decision at their special meeting on June 21, 2018. If all property owners agree to the sale, a public hearing will be held regarding a zone change from residential to business. 

Local Road Improvement Project (LRIP) award:

American Asphalt presented bids for the Local Road Improvement projects (LRIP) that were opened on June 4, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.

Bids as follows:

Project # 15054 in the amount of $41,496.06

Project # 15286 in the amount of $34,784.10 

Motion: Kurszewski/Mansavage to award the Local Road Improvement Project (LRIP) bids to American Asphalt in the amount of $41,946.06 for project # 15054 and in the amount of $34,784.10 for project # 15286. All in favor, none opposed, motion carried. 

Alcohol Licenses:

Applications were presented by Rosholt Fair Association, American Legion Post 509 and Rosholt Youth Activities.

Motion: Garski/Anderson to approve all alcohol licenses as read. Roll call vote: Kurszewski abstained, all others in favor, motion carried. 

Operator’s (Bartender) Licenses:

Applications were presented by: Nick Ockwig, Karen Johnson, Marc Stalter, Clifford Schulz, Joann Kautz, Jennifer Windorski, Brenda Williams, Matthew Bess, Jenna Maaser and Kim Sikorski.

Motion: Garski/Anderson to approve all Operators’ (bartender) licenses as read. Roll call vote, all in favor, none opposed motion carried. 

Street Light at the intersection of Main & Forest:

During the pond renovation, one street light was removed from Main Street and the Village Board would like to request installation of a light at the intersection of Main and Forest Streets.

Motion: Kurszewski/Anderson to contact Alliant Energy for installation of a street light at the intersection of Main and Forest Streets. All in favor, none opposed, motion carried. 

Compliance Maintenance Annual Report (CMAR)

Maintenance Rich presented the CMAR and the current grade is an A in all categories for a total grade point average (GPA) of 4.00.

Motion: Anderson/Garski to approve the CMAR with a resolution that states “continue normal operations for continued grade point average (GPA).”  All in favor, none opposed, motion carried. 

M100 Tabulator:

The City of Superior is purchasing new election equipment; therefore giving away their M100 tabulators. The machine must be picked up by the Village and an annual expense of $200.00 will be added for a maintenance agreement with Election Systems and Software (ES&S).

Motion: Kurszewski/Garski to authorize the Village to obtain the M100 ballot tabulator from the City of Superior. All in favor, none opposed, motion carried. 

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Fire District: Kurszewski stated that the Fire District will use approximately $9,000.00 of their contingency funds to purchase a generator.

They also plan to install a dry hydrant at the site of the pond renovation. All costs associated with installation and access will be provided by the Fire District. 

Public Health & Safety: Musson Brothers Inc. asked Bob to remind the Village Board that anyone entering the work zone at the pond renovation site must be wearing a hard hat. 

ROUTINE BUSINESS: 

Notice of meetings and educational opportunities: None

Payment of Bills:

Motion: Kurszewski/Mansavage to approve the payment of bills as read including the invoices for Musson Brothers and AECOM. All in favor, none opposed, motion carried.

 Adjournment at 8:25 p.m.

Motion:  Anderson/Garski to adjourn. All in favor, none opposed, motion carried.

Theresa K. Hartvig, Village Clerk-Treasurer 

Posted to website: June 13, 2018