Home PageMeeting Minutes

Latest -- Archive


Latest Meeting Minutes

TOWN  OF  MIDDLE  INLET

Town Board Meeting  -  June 14, 2018


The Middle Inlet Town Board Meeting of June 14, 2018, was Called to
Order by Chairperson Wade at 7:30 P.M.

Roll Call indicated Supervisor Van and Wenzel and Clerk/Treasurer
Stanek were present. 

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

Stanek requested that the Agenda be amended to move a presentation on
recycling to the first Item of business.  Motion to Approve the
amended Agenda made by Van and seconded by Wenzel.  Motion carried. 
(3 to 0)

JIM WHITTINGHILL, representing EAGLE WASTE & RECYCLING, INC. of Eagle
River, Wisconsin, presented a summary of their equipment and program
for the implementation of a recycling site at Middle Inlet.

The Minutes of the previous Town Board Meeting of May 10, 2018,  were
presented and Approved on a Motion by Wenzel and seconded by Van. 
Motion carried.   (3 to 0)

The June, 2018, Vouchers representing total disbursements of 
$24,909.63, were presented.  Motion to Approve made by Van and
seconded by Wenzel.  Motion carried. 
 (3 to 0)

*  *  *  *  *

The Board opened and reviewed the proposed BIDS for the following
projects:

DEER LANE		Scott Construction, Inc. …………  $19,600.00
                                    Northeast Asphalt, Inc. …………. 
$24,582.00

	Motion to award the project to Scott Construction, Inc. made 
	by Van and seconded by Wenzel.  Motion carried.  (3 to 0)

SHORT ROAD 	Scott Construction, Inc. …………  $15,800.00
			Northeast Asphalt, Inc.  …………  $21,289.00

	Motion to award the project to Scott Construction, Inc. made
	by Wenzel and seconded by Van.  Motion carried.  (3 to 0)
 

(Continued)
KENNEDY DRIVE / WESTERN AVENUE

	                        Scott Construction, Inc. ………..  $30,300.00
                                    Northeast Asphalt, Inc.  ……….. 
$35,862.50

	Motion to award the project to Scott Construction, Inc. made
	by Van and seconded by Wenzel.  Motion carried.  (3 to 0)

HIGHWAY “XX”  (TRI Project)

	Single BID from Northeast Asphalt, Inc. for  $82,834.00.

	Due to the BID exceeding limitations, the Board would not accept
            The BID and took no action.  The project may be re-bid at
a future
	date.


*  *  *  *  *

The Board reviewed the applications and applicable back ground checks
for the following:

CLASS B FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES & INTOXICATING LIQUORS (Retail)
 	and
CIGARETTE and TOBACCO PRODUCTS (Retail)

I DON’T KNOW SALOON, LLC
Kevin A. Hood, Agent

N9239 U. S. Hwy. 141
Crivitz, WI  54114

OPERATOR’S LICENSE  (Renewal)

ELAINE L. KANTER

Motion to Approve made by Wenzel and seconded by Van.  Motion carried.
 (3 to 0)


*  *  *  *  *

COMMUNICATIONS:   

Supervisor Van was instrumental in facilitating a donation of a “WEST
BEND” coffee maker for the Town Hall.  A letter of appreciation was
sent to Ms. Agnes Guth, Crivitz, for her generosity. 
                        	
REPORTS:

Roads:

Wade presented a brief report indicating the grading of gravel roads
has been completed.  Road side mowing will start this weekend.  In
addition, a second mowing later in the season will be scheduled as
allowed by the budget.

Improvements have begun on WAYSIDE ROAD between MAPLE BEACH ROAD and
BOAT LANDING ROAD with the installation of new culverts and base work
to follow.

A portion of RECTOR ROAD was surveyed and noted that an additional 251
(East) is actually a Town road.  A limestone base is projected for
this section.

 A proposal from Richlen Excavating, Inc. for  $2,935.00 was
presented.  Motion to Approve made by Van and seconded by Wenzel. 
Motion carried.  (3 to 0)

Following a meeting with DNR staff, the CAMP 5 ROAD bridge replacement
project has been cancelled due to projected increase in costs.  Wade
proposed that the budgeted revenues from this project be diverted to
improvement of a section of WAYSIDE ROAD, West of the PLEASANT ROAD
intersection (1550 feet.

A proposal from Richlen Excavating, Inc. for  $14,940.00 was
presented.  Motion to Approve made by Wenzel and seconded by Van. 
Motion carried.  (3 to 0)


Planning Commission:           N/R

Fire Department:                    N/R  	

Garbage / Recycling: 
             
The Northwood’s Recycling Coalition will meet on June 25, 2018, at the
Stephenson Town Hall.  The Town of Stephenson has provided a proposed
contract for the Town of Lake, Town of Middle Inlet and the Village of
Crivitz to utilize the services of the Town of Stephenson facilities
at the Crivitz site. The Board felt there were numerous concerns
regarding the language of the proposed contract. The Board felt that
all options should be explored and will consider which would be in the
best interest for the Town of Middle Inlet.

The Board had anticipated proposals from the Town of Wausaukee and/or
the Village of Crivitz as alternatives to contracting with the Town of
Stephenson, however, none were developed.


The only other option presented was that from EAGLE WASTE & RECYCLING,
INC., whereby, the Town of Middle Inlet would establish their own
recycling site and become their own Responsible Unit.  Following a
brief discussion, the Board approved this action on a Motion by Wenzel
and seconded by Van.  Motion carried.  (3 to 0)

Pending completion of these facilities, the Board approved entering
into the contract with the Town of Stephenson, effective, June 25,
2018.
              
Town Hall:  

Jessica Magerowski, Hall Custodian, indicated paper supplies and
cleaning supplies for use by the Town can be procured from MILLER
OFFICE SUPPLY, Menominee, MI.  Stanek advised her that the Town has an
account with this firm.                           
  			                               
Cemetery:                  N/R                                        
                                   

*  *  *  *  *
 Compliance actions regarding the properties on ELLIS LANE has been
generated by the issuance of “NOTIFICATION OF NUISANCE and ORDER FOR
COMPLIANCE  which were mailed to the property owners.  All have been
returned as “Unclaimed” of “Undeliverable”.  All information will be
forwarded to legal council for further compliance action.
*  * *  *  *
A concern was expressed regarding damage caused by heavy equipment use
on a private road off the extreme West end of RAVEN ROAD.  The Town
would have no jurisdiction regarding the private road portion,
however, the Town will review and assess any concern regarding the
sections of the Town road. 

*  *  *  *  *
There being no further business before the Board, Wade requested a
Motion to Adjourn.  Motion made by Wenzel and seconded by Van.  Motion
carried  (3 to 0), and Meeting   Adjourned at 8:52 P.M.

*  *  *  *  *

These Minutes were transcribed from notes of the June 14, 2018, and
entered herein on June 18, 2018.



Respectfully submitted,


 __________________________
 CHARLES D. STANEK
 Clerk/Treasurer

Archive

  • June 14, 2018 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • May 10, 2018 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • May 10, 2018 BOARD OF REVIEW
  • April 17, 2018 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING
  • April 12, 2018 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • March 8, 2018 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • February 8, 2018 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • January 11, 2018 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • December 14, 2017 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • November 15, 2017 SPECIAL TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • November 15, 2017 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING
  • November 15, 2017 PUBLIC HEARING
  • November 9, 2017 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • October 30, 2017 SPECIAL TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • October 12, 2017 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • September 25, 2017 NEAR NORTH JOINT MUNICIPAL COURT COMMITTEE
  • September 14, 2017 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • August 10, 2017 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • July 13, 2017 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • June 29, 2017 BOARD OF REVIEW
  • June 8, 2017 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • May 11, 2017 TOWN BOARD MEETING
  • May 11, 2017 BOARD OF REVIEW - INITIAL