Town Board Meeting
The Town Board meeting was called to order by Chairman Treu at 7:00 p.m. in the Angelo Town Hall. All Board members were present.
The minutes were read with no objections.
The holding tank for the shop on the Ken and Carol Ostrem property at 13332 Inspiration was approved with the addition on the deed that the owner would be responsible for pumping the holding tank. The clerk will call to see if the deed has been changed. The paperwork will be done for the holding tank after the deed has been modified.
Chairman Treu stated that he approved the disposal of the flowers from the Farmer’s Valley Cemetery. The landfill attendant was doing his job and commended for it. We support the Town cemeteries. Chairman Treu suggested that the cemetery representative call first.
Supervisor Brown moved to approve Jeff’s bonus. Second by Supervisor Leverich, motion carried.
The State ordered that the Town continue to have residents continue the recycling procedure. Currently the materials are placed in the landfill.
The residents at the Annual Meeting approved the sale of the Streeter Property. The Board will have a lawyer draft the legal notice with the Board’s expectations.
Janet Evans reported on her findings regarding a Town website. The County is working on updating their website and would be able to upload Angelo’s information to the County site with a link to Angelo. This appears to be the easiest and least expensive. Mrs. Evans will get a quote from another company to create our own site.
The Board will address updating the Town Ordinances beginning in July.
The road tour was scheduled for June 11, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. beginning at the Town Hall. The Board would like to be able to meet with an attorney at this time as well.
The Town contacted three companies (Antony Brothers, the County and B. Anderson) for quotes to finish the Culverts on Gardener. Supervisor Brown moved to approve Anderson’s bid and Jewels bid to re-stake the site for $1000 and the potential cost of moving the power line. Second by Leverich, motion carried.
Supervisor Brown moved to approve the business licenses with the Club Oasis and Rite Spot being charged half price for their liquor licenses. Second by Chairman Treu, motion carried.
Supervisor Leverich moved to approve the operator licenses. Second by Supervisor Brown, motion carried.
Claire Leverich discussed the repairs still needed for the Town Hall. Supervisor Brown moved to approve the bid of $300 to repair the downspouts. Second by Supervisor Leverich, motion carried. Anderson will be asked to provide dirt to repair the lawn.
Chairman Treu moved to discuss opening the Town Hall for gatherings at the September meeting. Second by Supervisor Brown, motion carried.
The Board will have to do research on the possibility of a water district for the town.
Supervisor Leverich moved to approve the mobile home park licenses. Second by Supervisor Brown, motion carried.
Brian Anderson will be asked for a formal bid for the Gardener culvert work.
Supervisor Leverich moved to pay the bills presented before the Board. Second by Supervisor Brown, motion carried.
Supervisor Leverich moved to adjourn at 8:39. Second by Supervisor Brown, motion carried.
|Approval of Bills for Payment|
|7504||Modern Disposal Systems||2,202.05|
|7505||Sparta Area Schools||51.76|
|7506||Oakdale Electric Cooperative||32.67|
|7507||Monroe County Clerk – WisVote||600.00|
|7508||Engelson and Associates||2,000.00|
|7509||Sullivan Building Inspections||799.00|
|7510||Sparta Area Ambulance||7,005.00|
|7511||Monroe County Highway Department||4,741.92|
|7512||Monroe County Herald||32.00|
|7513||Norb Brown —supplies||29.22|
|7514||USPS – stamps for August Election||277|