Village Board Meeting

    August 15, 2016

AMENDED

 

Clerk/Treasurer Lynnette Woyak called the regular meeting of the Park Ridge Village Board to order at 5:34 p.m.  Trustees Patricia Baker, Gordon Renfert, Randy Busch, and Robert Gifford were present.   Also present were Tom Gloudemans (302 Greenbriar), Dan Holloway (509 Linwood), Jim LaMar (403 Greenbriar), Nancy Whitmire (520 Linwood), Fire Chief Brian Lepper.  Nick Achtermeier from Harter's Disposal and Dave Marty from Advanced Disposal were also present.

 

Trustee Baker volunteered to lead the meeting. 

 

Agenda – Busch moved to approve the agenda.  Seconded by Gifford.  Carried with no negative votes.  Baker motioned to amend the agenda moving item #12 to item #5.  Bush moved to approve the amendment of the agenda.  Seconded by Gifford. Carried with no negative votes.

 

July Minutes – Busch moved to approve the July minutes.  Seconded by Gifford. Carried with no negative votes.

 

July Treasurer’s Report – Gifford moved to accept the Treasurer’s Report.  Seconded by Renfert.   Carried with no negative votes.

 

Discussion and possible action on Park Ridge Village trustee appointment and selection of Village Board President – Discussion ensued by the Village Board regarding the opportunity to appoint or find someone from the Village to fill the Trustee and or the President position.  Baker noted the position can be offered as a trial run through the April election.  The Board agreed the desired applicant will have some familiarity with the Village processes.  Jim LaMar recommended the Board take time to find someone.  Chief Lepper noted his concern for the Board to continue making progress on the plans for the Fire Department.  Nancy Whitmire noted the need to have some way to inform the residents of the need for a President or Trustee.  Dan Holloway noted that the residents like to have a President as a point of contact.  He suggested the Board go door to door to speak with residents of the concern for the Village and deliver a postcard with contact information. Gifford made a motion to go door to door to speak with residents deliver the postcard, to place notice in newsletter and update the website. Seconded by Busch.  Carried with no negative votes.

 

Discussion and possible action on waste and recycling contract- Nick Achtermeier from Harters Disposal reported the cost of collection for garbage and recycling would be $9.23 per household or $2,219.91 per month.    Dave Marty from Advanced Disposal reported their cost would be $11.40 per household or $2,610.60 per month.  Trustee Baker thanked Nick and Dave for coming to the meeting to share their information. Clerk noted Harter’s timely call back response.  Busch motioned to continue with Harters.   Seconded by Gifford.  A roll call vote was taken with the following results:  Busch: Yes; Baker: Yes; Renfert: Yes; Gifford: Yes.  All in favor carried no negative votes.

 

Discussion and possible action on 2014 sewer Compliance Maintenance Annual Report resolution – Busch motioned to approve the resolution.  Gifford seconded.  Carried with no negative votes. 

 

 Update on Swaling project- Renfert noted that the swaling date will be moved to start after Labor Day weekend.  Clerk is to mail out letters to resident that will be swaled with new date of swaling and reminding residents move sprinklers, plants, shrubs and mailboxes. Stuczynski will be contacting Diggers Hotline before swaling will begin.  Dan Holloway offered to be available for questions when swaling starts.

 

Nancy Whitmire left the meeting at 7:00 p.m.

 

Discussion and possible action on Swaling Ordinance – No updates at this time.

 

Discussion and possible action on Vicious Animal Ordinance – Baker noted that some of the Tens Ordinances are currently being updated.  There is no other action at this time.  

 

Village Hall Update – Gordon moved to approve the Clerk and Trustee Busch to attend the 2016 Town & Village Workshop in Stevens Point on September 14, 2016.  Cost is $60.00/per person.  Baker seconded.  Carried with no negative votes.

 

Street Update –B&B, Stuczynski, and Farhner are all scheduled to start street projects after Labor Day. Clerk is to follow-up and confirm start dates.

 

Approval of bills – Gifford moved to approve the bills.  Seconded by Busch.  Carried with no negative votes.

 

Set date for next regular meeting – The next regular meeting will be on September 19, 2016 at 5:30 p.m.

 

Adjournment- There being no further business before the board, the meeting was adjourned at 7:22 p.m.

 

 

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                                                                                    Lynnette Woyak, Clerk

 

                                                               

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                                                                                    Patricia Baker, Trustee