TOWN OF NORTH HARMONY
TOWN BOARD MEETING
MONDAY 2/14/2022, 7:00 PM
ROBERT YATES, SUPERVISOR PRESENT
RICHARD SENA, COUNCIL PRESENT
LOUISE ORTMAN, COUNCIL PRESENT
STEVE SENSKE, COUNCIL PRESENT
MIKE PFEIL, COUNCIL PRESENT
OTHERS PRESENT: Clayton & Helen Emick; Representing Harmony/North Harmony Historical Society: John & Pam Brown; Earl Ferry; Tina Scott; Dan Thomas, NH Historian. Brian & Sandy Sundlov (+ daughter); Jonathan Henck; Brad Lawson, Zoning C.E.O.; Robin Miller, Bookkeeper; Howard Peacock, Justice; Benny Karlson, Dep. Hwy. Sup’t.; Dale Robbins, Attorney; Stephanie Gibbs, Dep. Town Clerk; Nancy Thomas, Town Clerk
- PLEDGE & MOMENT OF SILENCE
- MINUTES: 1/10/2022
Mr. Senske asked for clarification on page 6. in relation to the brine tanks at the Highway Department.
Mr. Yates clarified that he had advised the DEC about the tanks one year ago.
- MOTION # 18-2022
MRS. ORTMAN MOTIONED TO ADOPT THE MINUTES OF THE 1/10/22 TOWN BOARD MEETING AS PRESENTED BY THE TOWN CLERK. MR. PFEIL SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- PUBLIC COMMENT:
- JOHN BROWN – HARMONY / NORTH HARMONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY – Request for ARPA funding of $10,000.00 from Town of North Harmony to Create the Harmony and North Harmony Historical Center
Mr. Yates said the board has received the Grant Request for Harmony Historical Society to create the Harmony and North Harmony Historical Society and reviewed it. He asked Mr. Brown to give a brief overview of it.
Mr. Brown thanked the board for having him. He said they have given the board a grant proposal for developing and renovating the Historical Center and are requesting Town of North Harmony Federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds from the Community side, in the amount of $10,000 to further this goal. He said there are several representatives with him, and he introduced Pam Brown, Tina Scott, Dan Thomas and Earl Ferry and gave their background histories. He said they are available for any questions regarding the written proposal. Mr. Brown gave an overview of the Historical Society and its Mission Statement. He said the Society continues to grow through social media and adding to its historical collections and North Harmony has featured prominently of late. He said they are currently running out of room and that is the reason for the current request. He said the footprint of the Society grounds is halfway in Harmony and halfway in North Harmony and rightly so because it covers both towns. He said they are re-developing it to become more of a history research center or library where people can come from all over and research genealogy, etc. He said the plans call for office space for each of the Town Historians and this research library would be the appropriate place for the historic records of both towns.
Mr. Senske asked how quickly they needed the funds.
Mr. Brown said as soon as possible, as they are beginning the renovation tomorrow. He said they have already received $10,000 from Harmony, $6,000 from private donors, and $4,000 from Community Foundation.
Mrs. Ortman asked what the total cost of the project is.
Mr. Brown said $30,000.
Mr. Sena asked if the work would be done in house.
Mr. Brown said that is what they usually do, but this time they have hired some of the demo work.
Mr. Pfeil asked if there is any coordination with the Ashville Library as far as sharing and research.
Mrs. Brown said several years ago the library transferred all their historical records to the Historical Society, so the Librarian refers all questions to the Society. There will be no duplication of services.
It was discussed that considering the last 2 years with more people working from home and with WNY weather as it is, they envision a Zoom area where members could meet and also offer genealogy classes, presentations, education, etc. Efforts will focus on reaching outside the building to let others know what is inside the building. It will be a historical center, library, and multi-purpose room for the community.
There was further discussion of the current use of the building.
Mr. Yates said he is in favor because it will build something for both towns that will benefit anyone who is interested in their family and/or area history and that is very important.
Mr. Brown said they intend to do a rotating Hamlet theme exhibit featuring an area every month in the main room. He said the hours would probably be expanded as both historians would be there. He explained that the campus is 33 acres of land with 4 buildings and 2 period structures. He said the Charles Naetzger Memorial Nature Trail is also there and open to the public. He said they are posting information on the project through Facebook and their website and plan to have a grand opening when it is complete.
Mr. Brown thanked all for their time.
Mr. Yates asked if the board was prepared to vote on this or was more time needed.
Mr. Sena said the question is what needs to be done in order to release the ARPA funds. He said everything Mr. Brown has outlined seems to fit the criteria.
Mr. Robbins said probably a simple agreement stating the town has $10,000 for the Historical Society for the improvements being made for the betterment of the community and that it is willing to participate and commit to the funding.
It was discussed that the funds could come from unexpended balance or ARPA. He said it depends on what is acceptable.
Mr. Brown said Harmony had provided ARPA funds of $10,000 for the renovation to the Historical Society and they had hired their accountants to review ARPA rules as they relate to approved/unapproved expenditures that benefit the community and to complete any related paperwork.
There was discussion that if ARPA funds cannot be used for this project, the board will have to meet to discuss alternative funding (unexpended balance, etc.).
Mr. Yates said he has just received further information from ARPA as to how funds can be used and cannot honestly say at this time the Historical Project is an allowed expenditure, but he is sure that we can spend unexpended balance for it.
MOTION # 19-2022
MRS. ORTMAN MOTIONED TO AUTHORIZE THE EXPENDITURE OF $10,000 IN ARPA FUNDS FOR RENOVATION/UPGRADES TO THE HARMONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY CONTINGENT ON THIS BEING AN ALLOWED EXPENDITURE ITEM UNDER ARPA PARAMETERS. MR. SENA SECONDED. YES (5): SENA; ORTMAN; SENSKE; PFEIL; YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- TOWN OF HARMONY COURT
Mr. Yates said he and Supervisor Brown had met with our Court regarding combining the two courts. He said Mr. Brown had asked if North Harmony would have an interest in taking over Harmony’s Court. He said this had been discussed in the past and a lot of work would be needed to get it done. He said this will save Harmony money and help North Harmony increase revenues. He said the clerks and Judge Peacock agree that this should not incur more than 3 hours of additional time per week for the courts. He said currently North Harmony Court handles about 150 cases per week and Harmony handles about 150 per year. He said he likes that the towns are coming together on this.
Mr. Brown said Harmony appreciates that and shared services and working together is what it is all about.
- BRIAN & SANDY SUNDLOV – Resident Fox Rd.
Mr. Sundlov said he has been a resident of North Harmony many years and since he moved to Fox Road, he has had police officers on his road at least 15 times related to drugs. He said he has had cameras mounted on his house at the suggestion of police because of this. He said there was recently a dog incident where neighbors dogs killed another dog, and they are concerned about their safety and others. He said the dogs were picked up by the DCO and taken to the SPCA but released to the owners and have been identified as dangerous at this point. He said the neighbors have threatened him and he has this on video. He asked what the town can do to neutralize the situation and ensure their safety.
Mr. Yates said these neighbors are involved in drugs and they have found needles on the roadside and the Sundov’s are fearful of retaliation. He said there are 4 rottweilers that are dangerous, but until a person gets bitten the town’s hands are tied.
Mr. Sundlov said for 10 years he has had to check his barn for bullet holes and his equipment and livestock water for tampering. He said he has a wife and 13-year-old daughter, and he is tired of the situation.
Mr. Senske asked if the Sheriff or NYS Patrol has given him any advice on the situation.
Mrs. Sundlov said there have been a number of situations where the Sheriff was contacted (i.e. people from neighbors on multiple drugs trying to beat in the door of their home, yard and fences torn up by neighbors relative, etc.). She thanked Mr. Peacock and Mr. Stow for what they have done to mitigate the issue.
There was further general discussion of the situation and the importance of documentation and cameras to support complaints to the authorities.
It was suggested that Sheriff Quattrone be contacted directly about the situation.
Miss Sundlov said she did not think it was right that her mother had to teach her about heroine needles at the age of 5 because they are left on the sides of the road. She said this is a danger for all children.
Mr. Yates said he and Mr. Peacock are aware of the situation but until evidence is obtained their hands are tied.
1. National Grid NY Rate Agreement 1/20/22 – 3 year rate increase agreement – average `resident who uses 600 kwh’s per month bill increase of $1.88/mo. 1st yr.; $1.88/mo. 2nd yr; $2.23/mo. 3rd yr.
2. Tax Warrant to Supervisor was satisfied 2/7/22 in the amount of $1,122,504.41
3. NYS Comptroller – Letter sent by Supervisor/Bookkeeper requesting 60-day extension to file Annual Update Document approved
4. Don McCord, Small Town Planning – Discuss Planning Board duties as they relate to granting Special Use Permits
Mr. Yates said he was not prepared to discuss this until there is further conversation with the Planning Board and the Attorney.
5. Sales Tax Distribution – 1st Quarter 2022 $191,992.39 (1st Qtr. 2021 – $174,222.17) (+17,770.22)
- OLD BUSINESS
- TRANSFER STATION CONTRACT – BEICHNER
Mr. Yates said he has spoken to Sean Dixon about the contract, and he sent a brief email discussing removing the 3rd employee for the 12 weeks of the summer. He said the 3rd employee will be used for holidays (6 hrs. per day x 12 weeks = 72 hrs. at $18/HR for a savings to the town of $1,296.00/YR). He said he would ask Beichner’s to make the contract changes and send them to the board for review.
It was discussed that Beichner’s is operating under the 2021 contract at the amount requested in the 2022 contract of $4,600/month.
- MOTION # 20-2022
MRS. ORTMAN MOTIONED TO AUTHORIZE THE SUPERVISOR TO APPROVE AN ADDENDUM TO THE 2022 TRANSFER STATION CONTRACT WITH BEICHNER WASTE WHICH WILL RESULT IN A $1,296/YR SAVINGS AS OUTLINED IN THE MINUTES. FURTHER, BEICHNER WILL MAKE THE MODIFICATIONS TO THE CONTRACT AND THE TOWN BOARD WILL FOLLOW UP WITH A RESOLUTION ON THE AMENDED CONTRACT AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING 3/14/2022. MR. PFEIL SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- 2021 YEAR END FUND TRANSFERS
HIGHWAY FUND 2021
From Acct. To Acct. Amount
DA2655 DR5110.4 $54,880.00
DS5142.1 DS5142.4 24,334.03
DR5110.1 DM5130.2 3,803.00
DR5110.1 DR5110.4 3,261.79
Total Highway Fund Transfers $86,278.82
GENERAL FUND 2021
From Acct. To Acct. Amount
A2680 A5010.4 $ 7,241.87
A2770 A8740.4 36,742.41
A6410.4 A7270.4 500.00
A1410.4 A1410.4 249.71
A3120.4 A1620.4.1 4,094.03
A2770 A1910.4 2,900.00
A3120.4 A3510.1 393.76
A3120.4 A3510.4 79.76
A3120.4 A8810.4.3 2,200.00
From Acct. To Acct. Amount
A1989.4 A810.4.2 588.00
A1989.4 A8810.4.4 21.00
Total General Fund Transfers $55,010.54
SPECIAL DISTRICT 2021
From Acct. To Acct. Amount
A1989.4 SD9730.6 $ 600.00
TOTAL TRANSFERS 2021 $141,889.36
- MOTION # 21-2022
MR. SENA MOTIONED TO APPROVE THE YEAR END 2021 FUND TRANSFERS TOTALING $141,889.36 (GF $55,010.54; HWY $86,278.82; SPECIAL DIST. $600) AS PRESENTED BY THE BOOKKEEPER. MR. PFEIL SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- AUDIT OF COURT, SUPERVISOR, AND TOWN CLERK BOOKS
Mr. Yates said the audits for the Supervisor and Town Clerk have been completed. He said he and Mr. Sena would audit the Court books by 3/1/22.
- MOTION # 22-2022
MRS. ORTMAN MOTIONED FOR A STATEMENT OF SATISFACTION AND COMPLETION OF THE AUDIT OF THE SUPERVISORS 2021 BOOKS. MR. SENSKE SECONDED. YES (5): SENA; ORTMAN; SENSKE; PFEIL; YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
MOTION # 23-2022
MR. SENA MOTIONED FOR A STATEMENT OF SATISFACTION AND COMPLETION OF THE AUDIT OF THE TOWN CLERKS 2021 BOOKS. MR. YATES SECONDED. YES (5): SENA; ORTMAN; SENSKE; PFEIL; YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- CONSOLIDATED FUNDING APPLICATION (CFA) GRANT FOR BALL CREEK BANK STABILIZATION PHASE II – REQUEST FOR RFP FOR ENGINEERING
Mr. Yates said he has received grant funding of $175,000.00 for Ball Creek with the help of the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy (CWC); Alliance (CLWMA); EcoStrategies and the County. He said the board had authorized him to move forward on this and because Mr. Johnson of EcoStrategies had done Phase I of the project and is invested in Phase II, he would like him to finish but will need to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the engineering in accordance with state requirements for the grant. He said also we must prove to the state that we have made an effort to see that 33% of the funding goes toward women and minority owned businesses (MWBE).
It was discussed that prevailing wage would have to be paid.
There was discussion about whether the Historical Society project would come under prevailing wage requirements
Mr. Robbins said the town should verify the requirements on this.
- MOTION # 24-2022
MR. SENA MOTIONED TO AUTHORIZE THE SUPERVISOR TO ISSUE LEGAL NOTICE FOR A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR ENGINEERING ON PHASE II OF THE BALL CREEK BANK STABILIZATION PROJECT. MR. SENSKE SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- JOHN STOW – SNOW REMOVAL AT TOWN OFFICES
Mr. Yates said Mr. Stow is our DCO but he is also doing snow shoveling at the new building. He asked to make an amendment to the budget by adding a new account A1620.1 Snow Removal in the amount of $1,000 to cover this service at $25/hr. based on current amounts expended.
It was discussed this job would be as a town employee and not as a contractor in relation to liability issues.
- MOTION # 25-2022
MR. SENSKE MOTIONED TO AMEND THE 2022 BUDGET BY TRANSFERING $1,000.00 FROM GENERAL FUND A1620.4 BUILDING INTO NEW CREATED ACCOUNT A1620.1 SNOW REMOVAL. MRS. ORTMAN SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- NEW BUSINESS:
- SET SEQR AND PUBLIC HEARING:
Local Law – Amending Sec. 621 SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS
Local Law – BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE
Mr. Robbins said these proposed laws have been worked on diligently by the Planning Board and it is their recommendation that the Town Board now set hearing dates. There was discussion as to whether the Planning Board or Town Board should perform the SEQR hearing. Mr. Robbins said he felt it would be best for the town board to do the SEQR because of timing issues with notices.
- MOTION # 26-2022
MR. SENA MOTIONED TO HOLD SEQR AND PUBLIC HEARING ON THE FOLLOWING PROPOSED LOCAL LAWS ON 3/14/22 AT 6:00 PM AT THE TOWN BUILDING:
- A PROPOSED LOCAL LAW – AMENDING THE ZONING CODE SEC. 621 – SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS
- A PROPOSED LOCAL LAW – TOWN OF NORTH HARMONY BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE LAW
MR. SENSKE SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- HERBICIDE TREATMENT 2022
Mr. Senske said last year herbicide treatment permit grant funding had not been filed for. He said he had done some research and we still have time to file this year for herbicide treatment permits. He said obviously we have missed the opportunity to get some of the grants but there are some matching funds grants available to us. He asked if the board would consider allowing Mr. Sena to sign the permit application and Solitude would then draft the actual application. He said this would allow us to move forward in the event we choose to use town funds or grant funding not yet secured for herbicide treatment if the town so chooses. He said this would at least allow the town to be able to move forward with the application in place and seek funding as well as designating areas for treatment. He said if we go forward but do not submit the application, we could be liable for up to a $1,500 fee to Solitude for completing the grant application. He said if we move forward with treatment, no fee would be required. He said we would have to submit a map to Solitude showing the area the town wants treated. Mr. Senske said for example: if the town wanted 50 acres of the Stow area to be treated, we would have to come up with about $50,000 for this (grants, matching funds, town).
Mr. Yates said Solitude works with the DEC to determine what types of weeds could be affected by the spray. The DEC reviews the applications, and they determine what areas can be sprayed. He said last time North Harmony had requested treatment for about 380 acres and the DEC permitted only about 40 acres. He said what you try to do is match your available funds with the amount of acreage the DEC permits.
Mr. Senske said the first step is to get the permit application into the DEC which requires a motion for the town board to grant authority to proceed with the permit application.
- MOTION # 27-2022
MR. SENSKE MOTIONED TO GRANT AUTHORITY TO DICK SENA TO SIGN THE HERBICIDE TREATMENT PERMIT APPLICATION ON BEHALF OF THE TOWN OF NORTH HARMONY. MRS. ORTMAN SECONDED.
Mr. Pfeil asked if we spray what is our liability if someone decides to sue for poisoning the water.
Mr. Yates said the last time we had sprayed all the towns had purchased liability insurance at a cost of about $1,400 each for a one-day liability policy. He said any other liabilities he was not sure about.
Mr. Sena added that the herbicide Procelacor they are using is new and is the safest on the market. He said it has been reviewed by Chautauqua Institution.
Mr. Pfeil said that Procelacor uses growth hormones that make the weeds so toxic they have to go to a class 4 landfill. He said supposedly the growth hormone passes through humans.
A ROLL CALL VOTE WAS TAKEN: YATES, NO; ORTMAN, YES; SENA, YES; PFEIL, NO; SENSKE, YES. THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES – FEMA GRANT
Mr. Yates said Emergency Services is going to participate in a FEMA Grant for EMS Services and they are requesting that each town provide a representative (to include our Fire Chief, Highway Superintendent and perhaps Mr. Lawson). He said he would like to review it further and will then pass it on to the others.
- COMPLIMENTS TO THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
Mr. Yates said the Highway has been doing a very good job. He said Mr. Karlson had received a phone call late one night from a resident who was on the road and uncomfortable going any further. He said Mr. Karlson had gotten up and gone out and plowed a path for the young man to get home.
- SNOW TOTALS – DICK SENA – TOTALS TO DATE 124 ¼ INCHES
Mr. Sena said from the second week of January to the first week of February we have had 66 inches of snow. He said last year we only had 105” by the end of February. He said in the 20 years he has been doing this we have averaged about 180” per year.
HOWARD PEACOCK, JUSTICE
Mr. Peacock read the following report into the record:
COURT REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2022 (February 14, 2022, Board Meeting)
For the month of January:
$40,233.00 in fines, fees, and surcharges was collected by the Court and was given to the Town of North Harmony CFO for the court cases reported to the NYS Comptroller for January 2022. We opened 224 new cases and closed 287 cases.
Katie A Zimmer, Court Clerk
February 10, 2022
BEN KARLSON, DEPUTY HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT
Mr. Karlson said it has been a busy winter. He said on 2/9/22 M.E.O. Austin Davis has completed his 6-month probation period. He said he had done an evaluation and recommended that Mr. Davis be made full time with a $1/hr. raise effective 2/12/22.
MOTION # 28-2022
MR. SENSKE MOTIONED TO APPOINT AUSTIN DAVIS TO FULL TIME M.E.O. AND TO INCREASE HIS HOURLY RATE BY $1/HR. EFFECTIVE 2/12/22 BASED ON THE RECOMMENDATION OF MR. KARLSON. MR. SENA SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
Mr. Karlson said this last month they have been investigating a Fleet Maintenance Program that will help with maintenance and projecting other supply needs, etc. He said using the program he has completed the new truck purchase pricing. He provided information for the cost of Freightliner 114SD Truck Cab and Chassis from Fleet Maintenance, Inc. (piggyback purchase through the Town of Hornellsville) at a total cost of $130,643.00. He said he also has a quote for the purchase through Sourcewell from Henderson Products, Inc. for the dump body, hydraulics, snow equipment, etc. of $150,149.00. Mr. Karlson said even though the date of delivery is the 1st quarter of 2023, the bill date for the cab is the 3rd quarter of 2022 and actual delivery is yet to be determined but may be earlier. He said the total cost of the truck will be approximately $280,000.00. Mr. Karlson said based on the Truck Replacement Program he has provided to the board; this truck will replace a haul truck; plow truck; and a high lift gate truck. He said it would replace truck #15 and proposed to sell truck #12. He said truck #2 and #14 are significant in age and miles and one of them also needs to be updated. It was noted the town has 8 trucks and 5 of them are 15-18 years old. He said he would hope to auction truck #12 in the spring through Auctions International.
There was further discussion of the need for a replacement/backup bay plow truck. It was also discussed as to whether ARPA funds can be used for this type of purchase.
- MOTION # 29-2022
MR. SENSKE MOTIONED TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPUTY HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT TO SIGN AND ENTER INTO AGREEMENT WITH FLEET MAINTENANCE, INC. FOR THE PURCHASE OF A FREIGHTLINER 114SD TRUCK CAB & CHASSIS ($130,643.00) AND WITH HENDERSON PRODUCTS, INC. FOR A CONFIGURATION PACKAGE ($150,149.00) AS OUTLINED IN THE QUOTES PROVIDED WITH AN EARLY 3RD QUARTER 2022 BILLING DATE. MRS. ORTMAN SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
BRAD LAWSON, ZONING C.E.O. (Copy of Report in Minute Book)
Mr. Lawson reviewed his report for those present. There was discussion of the Old Training Center in Ashville located in the C-1A District. He discussed the process for adopting the NYS Building Codes through Local Law and said he would work with Mrs. Johnson on that. He said he had received some calls regarding RV’s being set up in the AG district without a primary structure.
NANCY THOMAS, TOWN CLERK (Copy of Report in Minute Book)
Mrs. Thomas said she had nothing further to add to her written report. She gave a brief report on Tax Collection for 2022 and said of the Original Warrant of $3,818,289.50 her office has collected $3,276,308.43, with an unpaid balance of $541,981.07 (approx. 14%).
SUPERVISOR, ROBERT YATES (Copy of Report in Minute Book)
Mr. Yates gave a brief overview of his report for those present. He said the General Fund Savings Balance is $682,876.87 and the Highway Fund Total Savings and Checking is $274,031.81.
- MOTION # 30-2022
MR. SENA MOTIONED TO ADOPT THE TOWN CLERK AND SUPERVISOR’S REPORTS AS SUBMITTED. MRS. ORTMAN SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- SALE OF TOWN PROPERTIES
Mr. Pfeil asked about interest in the sale of the town property.
Mr. Yates said we will be closing shortly on the Old Bridge Road property.
Mr. Robbins said the money is at the attorney’s office waiting for the check to clear.
Mr. Yates said he had spoken to Brian Bullard of Timberland Realty today and there has been no interest in the Mitchell property since hunting season began. He said he asked Mr. Bullard to check with the previously interested party who had offered around $101,000 (town asking $150,000). There was general discussion as to whether to entertain lower proposals and discussion of what the town needs/wants to go in there. Sewer and water are needed.
- MOTION # 31-2022
MRS. ORTMAN MOTIONED TO PAY THE FOLLOWING VOUCHERS AS AUDITED AND REVIEWED EARLIER:
GENERAL FUND $53,846.93
HIGHWAY FUND $71,568.10
SPECIAL LIGHT DISTRICT $ 494.79
MR. SENA SECONDED. YES (5): SENA, ORTMAN, SENSKE, PFEIL, YATES. NO (0). THE MOTION WAS CARRIED.
- MOTION # 32-2022
ON A MOTION MADE BY MR. SENA, SECONDED BY MR. PFEIL AND NONE BEING OPPOSED, THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 9:00 PM.
Nancy M. Thomas