AMENDED VILLAGE OF PARK RIDGE MONTHLY BOARD MEETING AMENDED
Monday, March 21, 2016
5:30 p.m. – Village Hall – 24 Crestwood Drive
President Kathy Budelier called the regular meeting of the Park Ridge Village Board to order at 5:01 p.m. Trustees Jim LaMar, Robert Gifford, and Trish Baker were present. Trustee Gordon Renfert was excused. Also present were Fire Chief Brian Lepper, Firefighter Ron Slicer, Bill Dunham (615 Sunrise), Tom Gloudemans (302 Greenbriar), Randy Busch (312 Greenbriar), Christine Neidlein (203 Greenbriar), Ken Vogel (610 Sunrise), Ted Erdmann (T&C Services), and Brandi Makuski (Editor of City Times).
Approval of March Agenda - Baker moved to approve the amended agenda. Seconded by LaMar. LaMar moved to move Items #12 and #13 to follow Item #6. Seconded by Gifford. Amendment carried with no negative votes. Baker moved to approve the amended agenda as amended. Seconded by LaMar. Carried with no negative votes.
Approval of February Minutes – LaMar moved to approve the February minutes. Seconded by Gifford. Carried with no negative votes.
Approval of March 10, 2016 Special Meeting Minutes – LaMar moved to approve the March Special Meeting minutes. Seconded by Gifford. Carried no negative votes.
Acceptance of February Treasurer’s Report - Gifford moved to approve February Treasurer’s Report. Seconded by LaMar. Clerk stated $846 refund from League of Wisconsin Municipalites Mutual Insurance was received. Carried with no negative votes.
Acceptance of February Election Report – LaMar moved to approve February Election Report. Seconded by Gifford. Carried with no negative votes.
Discussion and possible action on long-range plan and borrowing options for Fire Department –LaMar stated that all Board members should be present to discuss the fire department options. LaMar moved to wait until all members are present at the Special Meeting to further discuss the long-range plan and borrowing options. Seconded by Gifford. Carried no negative votes.
Discussion and possible action on setting a special meeting to further discuss and possibly act on Item #12 – LaMar motioned to set Special Meeting for April 6 at 6:00 p.m. Gifford seconded. A Roll Call vote was taken with results as follows: Gifford, yes; Baker, yes; LaMar, yes; Budelier, yes. Ayes: 4; Nays: 0.
Street Update – Ted stated that street plowing has been going well. LaMar noted that at the intersection of Greenbriar and Ridgewood there is a manhole, the road is deteriorated and needs to be addressed.
Discussion and possible action on street sweeping proposals – Precision Sealcoating Inc and T & C Services, LLC both submitted proposals for street sweeping. It was noted that in the past, street sweeping took approximately 26 hours to complete; the cost savings in accepting Precision’s proposal would amount to approximately $80. Tom noted that Ted has given very quality service over the past 5-6 years. Baker moved to accept T & C Services, LLC’s proposal for street sweeping. LaMar seconded. Carried with no negative votes.
Quarterly discussion – Village Building Inspector – No building permits issued in the first quarter.
Quarterly discussion – Village Zoning Administrator – Village Zoning Administrator submitted a quarterly report including a deer carcass complaint and a Commercial Animal Permit returned to the county clerk for Lil Pets. No further discussion.
Discussion and possible action on Fire Department fundraisers and/or donations – Lepper questioned if the Board would mind adding a raffle to the 5K fundraiser. The Village must obtain a Raffle License for any raffle. LaMar stated minimal cost. Budelier stated she needs more information and details on raffle items. Baker stated a 50/50 drawing may be best and motions to revisit in April. LaMar seconded. Carried with no negative votes.
Discussion and possible action on Fire Department Timeline - Budelier moves to move items back a month. Gifford moves to move back 3 weeks. Baker seconded. Carried no negative votes.
Discussion and possible action on operator’s license application – Baker moves to approve the application of Butters. LaMar seconded. Carried no negative votes.
Update from Vicious Animal Ordinance Research Committee – No meeting took place on March 16th. Bob Daniels resigned from committee and Bill Dunham has been added to the committee. Vicious Animal Committee to reconvene on April 14th at 5:30 p.m.
Update on Village’s responsibilities related to WDNR Capacity, Management, Operation & Maintenance Program – Gifford needs to follow up with similar villages. Gifford to bring a draft to the April meeting. LaMar left meeting.
Approval of March bills – Baker moved to approve March bills. Seconded by Gifford. Carried with no negative votes.
The next regular Board meeting will be April 18, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. at the Village Hall.
Gifford moved to adjourn the meeting. Seconded by Baker. Carried with no negative voice votes. Meeting adjourned at 5:48 p.m.
Lynnette Woyak, Clerk
Kathleen S. Budelier, President