Village Board Meeting

April 9, 2014

 

            This meeting was called to order at 7:30pm by President Schraufnagel.  Roll call showed all members present.  Also in attendance were Katie Petrick of the Dodge County Pionier, Chief Mireski, several Lomira High School students, Joshua Cox, Dale Schmidt, Brian Koll and Jenna Rhein.

           

            Motion by Tr. Liimatainen, seconded by Tr. Stasson to approve the previous meeting’s minutes as distributed by email.  Motion carried.

 

            Dale Schmidt, candidate for Dodge County Sheriff, gave a presentation to the Board.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Schroeder to approve fence installation around the south ball diamond (outfield) at the Athletic Field.  Payment would be made from the promotional fund.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Tr. Hanke, seconded by Tr. Liimatainen to approve the bills as follows: General Fund $62,500.31; Utility Fund $332,150.93; TIF #4 $150.00.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Lefeber to table consideration of proposal from Premier Signs to add lettering to the outside of the municipal building at a cost of $2,437.56 until the departments can work together to supply the Board with other options of signage.  Motion carried.  Many residents/passers-by/delivery personnel do not know that 425 Water Street building is more than just the Lomira Quad/Graphics Community Library.  Clerk Rhein proposed in fall 2013 that some form of signage be placed on the building to notify the public that the municipal building contains the offices of the police department, clerk/treasurer and public works.  Clerk Rhein also noted the addresses of the offices are also not clearly labeled.  Public Works is 423 Water Street, Police Dept and Clerk/Treasurer is 425 Water Street and Lomira Quad/Graphics Community Library is 427 Water Street. 

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Stasson to grant a license to Andrew Nett of I Dream Ice Cream to have the retail food establishment via mobile operation in Lomira.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Hanke to adopt Ordinance #280 operator liquor license application requirements.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Tr. Davis, seconded by Tr. Lefeber to adopt Ordinance #281 liquor license additional restrictions.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Lefeber to approve the revised operator’s liquor license application.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Tr. Stasson, seconded by Tr. Liimatainen to approve the revised Sterr Park reservation contract.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Tr. Liimatainen, seconded by Tr. Hanke to approve the Athletic field reservation rate of $50 and reservation contract.  Motion carried.  A $50 fee would apply to parties that are not civic, church or Village organizations.

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Stasson to adopt Resolution #898 officials registering on Election Day.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Tr. Schroeder, seconded by Tr. Hanke to deny contribution to the Dodge County Law Enforcement Memorial.  Motion carried with Tr. Liimatainen nay.  Tr. Schroeder stated that a donation may not be the best way to spend tax payer dollars. 

 

            Motion by Tr. Stasson, seconded by Pr. Schraufnagel to award Contract No. 2014-1 for repaving of Water Street from Main Street to a point 1,045 feet to the north to Northeast Asphalt, Inc. of Fond du Lac, WI.  Motion carried.  Northeast Asphalt, Inc. provided the lowest bid in the amount of $39,779.93.

 

            Brian Koll presented the monthly public works report.

           

            Chief Mireski presented the monthly police report.

 

            Pr. Schraufnagel presented awards of service plaques to Tr. Liimatainen, Tr. Schroeder and Tr. Stasson for their years of service on the Village Board.  This was their last meeting as acting trustees.  Newly elected trustees include Joshua Cox, Kelsey Jones and Kraig Kietzer.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Stasson to adjourn at 8:21pm.  Motion carried.

 

           

                                                                                                            Jenna S. Rhein

                                                                                                            Clerk/Treasurer

 

 

 

 

 

Village Board Meeting

April 23, 2014

 

            This meeting was called to order at 7:30pm by President Schraufnagel.  Roll call showed members present with Tr. Hanke absent.  Also in attendance were Katie Petrick of the Dodge County Pionier, Chief Mireski, Brian Koll and Jenna Rhein.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Davis to approve the previous meeting’s minutes as distributed by email.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Tr. Davis, seconded by Tr. Lefeber to grant an operator’s liquor license to Larissa R. Schairer of 220 Linden Ct. Unit C, Lomira.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion by Tr. Lefeber, seconded by Tr. Kietzer to grant permission to Kondex Corp. to place 40th anniversary banners on street light poles on Technology and Industrial Drive.  Motion carried.  The banners will be up from approximately July through October.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Jones to approve the mutual aid agreement with the Village of Brownsville.  Motion carried.  Both municipalities would provide assistance in responding to critical/emergency situations as needed.

 

            Motion by Tr. Kietzer, seconded by Tr. Jones to adopt Resolution #899 official Village depository.  Motion carried.  TSB is the official Village depository.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Lefeber to adopt Resolution #900 official Village attorney.  Motion carried.  Susan Allen of Stafford Rosenbaum LLP of Milwaukee is the official Village attorney.

 

            Motion by Tr. Davis, seconded by Tr. Cox to adopt Resolution #901 official Village newspaper.  Motion carried.  The Dodge County Pionier is the official Village newspaper.

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Lefeber to approve Committee assignments for the ensuing year.  Motion carried.

 

            Brian Koll reported for the Streets, Utilities and Solid Waste Committee that the public works have begun collecting materials for the Water Street project and will begin to prepare the swimming pool at Sterr Park for the season.

 

            Chief Mireski reported there will be Coffee with a Cop on Friday, April 25 from 9:30am to noon at the municipal building community room.  Residents are encouraged to attend.

 

            The Planning & Zoning Commission will meet before the next Board meeting to discuss the comprehensive plan.

 

            Board of Review is scheduled for June 10th from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. 

 

            Motion by Pr. Schraufnagel, seconded by Tr. Lefeber to adjourn at 7:55pm. Motion carried.

           

 

                                                                                                            Jenna S. Rhein

                                                                                                            Clerk/Treasurer

 

 

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