Monthly Board Meeting: was called to order at 7:01pm by Chairman John Kirchberg
Present: Chairman John Kirchberg, Supervisor 1 John Kraus, Jr., Supervisor 2 Carole
Garczynski, Treasurer Marian Haas, Clerk Marjorie Beilke
Posting Verified on May 6, 2005 at the Town Hall, Schultz’s Cheese Haus, and United
Cooperative, published in the Daily Citizen on May 6, 2005
Minutes from the April 12, 2005 Board Meeting were approved as presented with a motion from
John Kraus, Jr., seconded by Carole Garczynski.
Treasurers Report: The Treasurers Report for $139,139.20 was approved as presented with a
motion from John Kirchberg, seconded by John Kraus, Jr. A full report is on file.
Floor was opened for questions or comments:
Request of Cub Scouts the Use of Town Hall:
Nate Becker, professional Boy Scout, stated that he was starting a Boy Scout troop at the South
Beaver Dam School and would like to use the town hall as a meeting place two times a month.
The first meeting is scheduled for May 17, 2005 at 6:00pm. A motion was made by John Kraus,
Jr., seconded by Carole Garczynski to allow. Call of voice votes: all aye, motion carried.
2005 Road Projects and Bids: Road Bids were opened from Scott Construction and
Northeast Asphalt. John Kraus, Jr. made a motion, seconded by Carole Garczynski to Set
the total spending limit at $100,000.00 and accept the bids from Northeast Asphalt to (1)
pulverize, grade, compact and install 2” binder course Forest Road from County Highway
D to Wren Road with approximately 728 ton @29.00/Ton for a project total of
$26,147.00. (2) Grade, compact and install 2” binder course on Burns Road with
approximately 64 ton @ 50.00/ton for $3,200.00. (3) Complete the unfinished parts of E.
Salem Road from US Hwy 151 to County Highway S with 1” binder course with
approximately 1282 ton @ 33.25 per ton for $42,626.50. (4) Miscellaneous patching at
$45.30 per ton of Forest, Schaffer, Jay, Jackson, Van Buren and Watercress. And begin a
1” binder course overlay of N. Salem Road from US Hwy 151 until the money runs out,
with Northeast taking payment in December. Call of Votes: John Kraus, Jr. aye, Carole
Garczynski aye, John Kirchberg aye, motion carried.
Shouldering bids were opened from Linck Aggregates, Inc. and Michels Materials. John
Kirchberg made a motion, seconded by John Kraus, Jr. to accept the bid from Michels to
install ¾” crusher run for $9.56 per ton complete. Call of Voice votes: all aye, motion
John Kraus, Jr. made a motion seconded by Carole Garczynski to accept the solo bid
from Crack Filling Service, Corp to crack fill Wren, Forest, Concord for $1.00 per pound
applied price. Call of voice votes: all aye, motion carried.
Discussion/decision on tree removal at town park: Supervisor Garczynski will obtain bids
for their removal.
Discussion/decision on the Appeal of Brain Wright to Construct a Second Drive at
N6080 N. Salem Road: Brain Wright explained that the placement of his shed made by
the Dodge County Board of Appeals has made it very difficult for him to swing out of the
shed doors with his trailer and asked that a second exit to a circle drive be allowed.
Carole Garczynski stated that she could see how it might be a problem, but that the board
had not allowed circle drives in the past. John Kraus, Jr., stated that the Board of Appeals
at Dodge County had created a circumstance in which, in this instance, the board should
allow. John Kirchberg made a motion, seconded by John Kraus, Jr., to allow the
construction of a second access onto N. Salem Road for Brian Wright. Call of voice
votes: all aye, motion carried.
Discussion/decision on the Construction of a Salt Storage Shed at the Town Hall:
Bids were received and opened from Engineered Buildings, Inc., and MPB Builders.
Base Price from Engineered Buildings for a 32x48x18 was $64,450.00. Base price from
MPB Builders for a 30x48x18 was $57,678.00. Due to the difference in the construction
and upgrades by these two companies, there action was postponed until the board could
view the buildings on site. It was decided the board would visit the buildings on Tuesday,
May 24, 2005 leaving the town hall at 8:00am. There will be a special meeting to resume
discussion and decision on these bids on Wednesday, May 25, 2005 at 7:00pm. Clerk is
to post and publish meeting notice.
Mobile Home Ordinance Violations:
Lakeside and Maple Grove Park owner John Wendorf was present. Chairman Kirchberg
explained to Mr. Wendorf that he drove through the parks again and the warning letters
sent had no effect on the parking violations.
Mr. Wendorf stated that he had no idea who the cars belong to.
It was decided to try using a sticker given to the park tenants to place on their vehicles.
Then he would have a list with car and owner by plate number and sticker number. Mr.
Wendorf agreed to follow through.
Next week Mr. Kirchberg, Mr. Wendorf and Deputy Reissmann will tour the parks and
possibly issue citations.
Mr. Wendorf agreed to have the 1992 Marshfield, which was moved in, to be inspected
before it can be occupied.
Appoint Driveway Inspector:
There was one applicant for Driveway Inspector, Carole Garczynski. A motion was made
by John Kraus, Jr., seconded by John Kirchberg to appoint Carole Garczynski to
Driveway Inspector: Roll Call: John Kraus, Jr. aye, Carole Garczynski abstain, John
Kirchberg aye, motion carried.
Report from Driveway Inspector:
New permit for John Landry on Schultz Drive and a field driveway for Jake Rake on
Forest Road, both approved.
Treasurer Marian Haas informed the board that Cameron Sims is the last uncollected
personal property tax, owing $56.52, with registered mail returned unsigned.
Special Meeting of May 25, 2005, 7:00pm at the town hall to decide on salt storage shed
Correspondence received by Chairman and Clerk:
Dodge County Planning and Development:
New Building Number Assignment for Richard and Marlene Cigelske of N6101 Wren
Notice of Board of Adjustment public hearing on May 19 at 6:15pm on the petition of
Don Westphal to allow the use of a mobile home on premises and to be occupied by
someone other than a family member at W10200 County Rd DE.
Notice of Board of Adjustment public hearing on May 19, 2005 at 7:20pm on the petition
of Mathew Farr, Agent for Fireworks City and Stan Kirschbaum Jr., for an unclassified
use permit to allow the sale of fireworks on an annual basis located at N5802 USH 151
Land Use Permit approved for Tom Field to construct a home at W11605 CTH D
Land Use Permit approved for John and Melissa Kraus, Jr. to construct a shed at N6426
Land Use Permit approved for Verison Wireless to construct a back up generator to
existing wireless tower at N5802 US Hwy 151
Land Use Permit approved for United Cooperative to construct a warehouse and office
expansion at W9710 CTH D
Land Use Permit approved for Glen Zuehlke to construct a silo at N6565 CTH DE
Land Use Permit approved for Leonard Lienke to remove deck and construct 3 seasons
porch at W12004 Kirchberg Rd.
Department of Revenue notice of exempt computer aid for 2005 to be $24.00
Department of Natural Resources announcement of award of $729.93 for the 2005-
Department of Natural Resources Managed Forest Law Transfer Order #14 004 1999 for
14 closed acres formerly owned by Carter T. and Joyce C. Dedolph, to new owner James
A. and Patricia J. Ciha
Department of Natural Resources Barb Palecek copy of letter dated April 14, 2005 to Mr.
Jeffrey Lewke regarding farm fire at W12086 Moriah Road
Wisconsin Department of Commerce notice of component plan received by United
Cooperative for South Beaver Dam grain elevator at W9710 DTH D
Beaver Dam Lake Improvement Association, Inc. letter soliciting donations
United Cooperative South Beaver Dam Emergency Response Plan
MATC notice of vacancies on District Board
Wisconsin Towns Association May Report
Catalogs: Montage Enterprises, Gametime, Icon Shelter Systems, and Kay Park
Bills: Bills totaling $6,351.18 was approved as presented with a motion from John
Kirchberg, seconded by John Kraus, Jr.
Next Regular Monthly Board Meeting: The regular monthly board meeting will be held
on Tuesday, June 14, 2005 at 7:00pm at the town hall.
Adjourned: Meeting adjourned at 9:35pm with a motion from John Kirchberg, seconded
by John Kraus, Jr.
May 31, 2005
Marjorie Beilke, Clerk