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Monthly Board Meeting
Mar 14, 2007
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Monthly Board Meeting: was called to order at 6:08 pm by Supervisor John Kraus, Jr.
Present: Supervisor 1 John Kraus, Jr., Supervisor 2 Carole Garczynski, Treasurer Marian
Haas, Clerk Marjorie Beilke, Excused: Chairman John Kirchberg
Posting Verified on March 10, 2007 at the Town Hall, Schultz’s Cheese Haus, and The
Bell, published in the Daily Citizen on March 10, 2007
Minutes from the February 14, 2007 Board Meeting were approved as presented with a
motion from John Kraus, Jr., seconded by Carole Garczynski.
Treasurers Report: The Treasurers Report for $85,148.61 was approved as presented
with a motion from John Kraus, Jr., seconded by Carole Garczynski. A full report is on
file.
Floor was opened for questions or comments:
No response
Agenda:
Letter of Intent Submitted by Leroy Kranz to Create a 15-acre Parcel and a 43.8-Acre
Parcel from an Existing 58.8-acre Parcel at W10149 County Highway“S”:
Supervisor Kraus asked Planning Committee Chairman John Wedel for their findings.
Mr. Wedel reported that the committee viewed the land division on Monday March 12th
and the committee recommends that the land division be approved at a decreased size
of 100’from the bunker silo and 150’from the corn crib, a“Right to Farm”statement
and a deed restriction on the remaining parcel that there be no further land divisions.
Supervisor Kraus asked the floor for comments in favor of this land division:
Mr. Leroy Kranz stated that he couldn’t see what the difference was with 300’going with
the buildings.
Realtor Tina Swain stated to the board that the offer to purchase is for 15 acres as the
buyer has multiple horses and needs the land, and cannot afford the whole parcel. She
also stated that there is an offer on the remaining agricultural land from someone that
intends to farm it. She asked the board where in the land use plan it states that the land
division can only have 100’from the buildings.
Supervisor Kraus explained that 11.4, page 68, policy recommendations is to“Minimize
the amount of land associated with farmettes which occurs as a result of farm
consolidation.”Supervisor Kraus continued that this has been the policy of the board in
the past and it is the intention of the board to remain consistent.
Supervisor Kraus asked the floor for comments against this land division:
Altine Graper, an adjoining land owner, expressed concerns with the field road that
follows along side the property line as it is the only access for a number of her fields.
Her concern is that the there are no problems in the future with keeping this access and
she would like some kind of guarantee to that effect.
Supervisor Kraus asked Mr. Kranz if he would like the board to consider the land division
as submitted, with the full 15 acres, or as the Planning Committee recommended. Mr.
Kranz replied that he wishes the board to consider the original Letter of Intent.
After discussion, Supervisor Kraus made a motion, seconded by Carole Garczynski to
deny this land division request based section 11.4 of the Land Use Plan policy
recommendations, but to allow the land division as presented by the Planning
Committee, which is to divide the buildings with the minimum of land, with a“Right to
Farm”statement, and Agriculture Use Only restriction and no further land divisions on
the remaining parcel. Call of Votes: John Kraus, Jr. aye, Carole Garczynski aye, motion
carried.
Adopt the Comprehensive Plan, Public Participation Plan: Supervisor Kraus explained
that the board read the plan at the last monthly meeting and Carole Garczynski made a
motion, seconded by John Kraus, Jr., to adopt the plan as drafted. Motion carried by
voice vote.
Cemetery and Town Hall Mowing for the 2007 Season:
A motion was made by John Kraus, Jr. seconded by Carole Garczynski to table the
decision until the April board meeting.
Set Date and Agenda for Annual Meeting:
The Annual Meeting of the Electors will be the second Tuesday in April, April 10, 2007
to begin at 6:00pm.
Other Business:
Supervisor Kraus stated that there is a problem with standing water in the cul-de-sac of
Cousins Court. He continued that after viewing the site he recommends that a culvert be
placed under the service drive at the end of Cousins Court and Wilke’s driveway.
Supervisor Garczynski noted that she had stated that a culvert should have been
installed in the Wilke drive but that the contractor felt is was not necessary. She
confirmed that article 10 of the Driveway Ordinance was noted on the original driveway
permit.
Supervisor Kraus asked the clerk to mail a letter to Wilke and Millers Woods
development to respond within two weeks about placing a culvert in the their respective
drives to alleviate this water problem.
Supervisor Kraus stated that he spoke with Attorney Lan Waddell regarding the clean up
of the Don Bleich property on Van Buren Road and that with the Order for Judgment
and Default Judgment and the Notice of Failure to Abate the town can enter his
property to clean it up. He felt that the board should give Mr. Bleich a five-day notice,
though it is not required, to allow him time to remove anything of value. He continued
that the cost will be the responsibility of the town, however it could be placed as a
charge on the property tax. He also instructed the board that in no way should any
items become the property of any board member. After further discussion Supervisor
Kraus instructed Supervisor Garczynski to contact Tim Fletcher for an estimate of cost
and time for the clean up.
Treasurer Marian Haas asked the board for direction regarding the Delinquent Personal
Property for Jim Salzman, as well as Jason Nehring and the $10.00 charge for a stopped
check from Shelby Jackson. She continued that she has left messages with those that
she has numbers for and has sent letters in the mail, with no response. The board
instructed Treasurer Haas to send letters by certified mail.
Correspondence Received by Chairman and Clerk:
Dodge County:
Land Resources and Parks Department:
Letter of Intent Notification for Leroy Kranz, section 35, activity number 2007-0169
Land Use Permit approved for Mathew Farr of Fireworks City to construct a temporary
sales tent and sign for fireworks at N5802 State Highway 151
Notice of public hearing of March 5, 2007 on the petition of Spuncast Inc. to amend the
text of the land use code in order to reclassify the portion of CTH“M”between STH“16”
and Cast Road as a designated road thereby reducing the required highway setback
County Board of Adjustment notice of hearing on March 15, 2007 on the petition of
Dennis and Gail Toellner for a variance to allow the construction of a detached shed
within the street yard of Canary Road
Office of the Treasurer notice of meeting on March 22, 2007 at 3:00pm for clerks and
treasurers
Dodge County Highway Commission from new assistant commissioner Peter Thompson
regarding County Aid Bridge Program
Property and Description from Sue Boda Clerks Instructions for Assessment and Tax Roll
for 2007
State of Wisconsin:
Demographic Services 2006 Housing Survey due March 30, 2007
UW Extension Open Government and Parliamentary Procedure Teleconference Series
Department of Natural resources 2007 Master Listing for Managed Forest Law
Other:
Attorney Lan Waddell copy of Notice of Failure to Abate dated February 27, 2007 against
Donald R. Bleich, Jr. Case No. 06-CV-514
Jeff Czarneski Lot 41 of Maple Grove Mobile Home Park
United States Department of Commerce U.S. Census Bureau announcing the Local
Update of Census Addresses Program for the 2010 Census
MATC notices of vacancies of the MATC District Board effective July 1, 2007
General advertisement or solicitations:
Rock River Coalition requesting contributions
Birrenkott Surveying, Inc.
YMCA of Dodge County
Baxter & Woodman, Inc
Struck & Irwin Paving, Inc.
University of Green Bay Clerks and Treasurers Institute
Bills: Bills for a total of $86,141.15 were approved as presented with a motion from John
Kraus, Jr., seconded by Carole Garczynski
Next Meeting: Next monthly board meeting will be on Tuesday, April 10, 2007 following
the Annual Meeting
Adjourn: Being no further business, meeting was adjourned at 7:30 pm with a motion
from John Kraus, Jr., seconded by Carole Garczynski
March 16, 2007 ___________________________
Marjorie Beilke, Clerk



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