Town of Angelo
Town Board Meeting 3-8-2022
The Town Board meeting was called to order by Supervisor Leverich at 7:00 pm. in the Angelo Town
Hall on March 8, 2022. All board members were present.
Supervisor Brown moved to accept the minutes from the February 8, 2022 meeting. Second by
Supervisor Leverich, motion carried.
Lynn Luckasson of Rural Insurance discussed the Insurance Policy for the Town.
Supervisor Brown moved to accept the policy with an increase for the Building to $500,000. Second by
Supervisor Leverich, motion carried.
Howard Sanborn presented the bid for the lawn services for the Town Hall. Supervisor Brown
moved to accept his bid but with an increase to $100 per mowing due to the increase in his costs.
Second by Supervisor Leverich, motion carried.
Zac Zabell introduced himself and discussed his qualifications for the County Supervisor
position. David Culpepper wanted to appear but was out of town on business and unable to attend.
The Crocker property is controlled by two individuals. The Board has given them a 30 day
extension. Hopefully the property can be sold which would be in Jim Crocker’s best interest.
Ian Cleary was present and said he was working through the plan he had presented. The board
will continue to monitor the progress.
The clerk was asked to have the judgment for the Blooming Ministry case docketed.
Chairman Treu will turn over the problem Sullivan Building Inspection had with Eric Morales
to the state.
The Tucker property will be next as the snow is disappearing.
The Town roads are class B roads and are not designed to handle heavy loads on a regular basis.
A building project resulted in the damage to our roads. The Board will be following up on this issue
with Concrete Solutions, the company that did the hauling.
Janet Evans offered to work on a sheet explaining rules and expectations for disposal center use, that could be handed
out to people. It was presented to the Board and the residents at the meeting. She will make the
changes suggested and email the result.
The Board asked the clerk to post a road tour for 9 a.m. on Thursday and Friday, March 10 and
Supervisor Brown moved to approve the bonus for Frank. Second by Supervisor Leverich,
motion carried. Supervisor Brown moved to pay Jeff the bonus earned next month instead of
November. Second by Supervisor Leverich, motion carried.
Frank asked about cutting the dead trees at the Disposal Center. The Board agreed and will
discuss which trees should be cut.
Items that could be used with the ARRA Funds were suggested:
Contribute to the Angelo Pond Fund
Contribute to non- profits in the town
Contribute to the three cemeteries
Culvert installation and repair projects
Supervisor Brown moved that Moe Amundson and Mary Carlisle purchase items needed for the
election process. Second by Supervisor Leverich, motion carried.
The Annual Meeting for the town will be held on April 19, 2022 beginning at 6:30.
The DOT is planning improvements for highway 21 from Sparta to Tomah and asked for
suggestions we might have regarding the project.
Consider the time frame
45 mph around Co Roads Q and I
45 mph around main gate area
Turn lanes on west lane, and on Q and I and BB
Close off Gillette Road
Bike lane from Sparta to Fort McCoy.
Supervisor Leverich moved to approve the bills before the board. Second by Supervisor
Brown, motion carried.
Supervisor Leverich moved to adjourn at 8:40. Second by Supervisor Brown, motion carried.
7807 Frank Lamb 335.23
7809 Mary Carlisle 923.50
7810 Modern Disposal Systems 1,320.66
7811 Sparta Schools- mo ho park 45.87
7812 Monroe County – Dogs 559.00
7813 ` 250.00
7815 Gary Peterson 145.00
7816 Donna Peterson 145.00
7817 Janet Evans 15.00
7821 Monroe Co. Register of Deeds 2.00
7822 Larson Packaging – Garbage Bags 2,963.14
7823 Holloway Appraisal 2,300.00
7824 Sullivan Building Inspection 352.43
7825 Sullivan Building Inspection 1,346.50
7926 GCS Software 100.00
Debit WE Energies 143.26
Debit Excel Energy 255.29