WILMA TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS’ ROAD INSPECTION MAY 9, 2012

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WILMA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ MEETING MAY 2, 2012

trade binary options strategy free on mt WILMA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ MEETING MAY 2, 2012

          Chairman Glen Williamson called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance.  Also present were Supervisors Gary Vink and Mike McCullen, Treasurer Patrice Winfield, Clerk Paul Raymond, Road Manager Mark Pallow, and Eldon and Marg Schmedeke,  and Jolene Wichlidal, Bob Johnson and Terry Mullins fromDanforthTownship.

Paul read the record of April’s board meeting. Garymoved to approve; Mike seconded.

OLD BUSINESS:  Tri-State Lumber and Land Escrow:  They did not respond to our certified letter requesting a new escrow payment of $500, plus $30 for the bounced check. Gary said the county should be responsible for the charge since they leased the contract to Tri-State.  In a March 9, 2012 letter from Kurt Schneider,  Co. Land and Zoning Administrator, he had requested that the County Forester Greg Beck participate in both any pre and post logging inspections of impacted township roads.  This came after Tri-State had started logging and we had written the county reminding them of our escrow policy.  Mark said he doesn’t think the damage is so severe onN. Duncan Road. Gary said it is at least $500 worth.  Glen directed Paul to write to Kurt Schneider and explain the situation, and also to ask if we can legally confiscate and move the piled timber they left on the road.

Essentia Health Hospital Takeover Resolution:  Our resolution was printed in two newspapers and sent to our State and National Senators, to Essentia, to the Attorney General, the Chamber of Commerce and the Pine Co. Medical Center Hospital Board.  We also gave copies and our address list to New Dosey andArnaTownships and to the Pine Co. Wanderers (who also passed a resolution) so they could use it as a template for their own resolutions.  Glen said the County Township Officers’ resolution has also been sent out.

DNR/Sheriff Meeting on Blowdown Area:  Glen reported on the meeting he and Toni attended in Ogema.  The Sheriff said the fire risk is now the highest it’s been since the great fires of 1894 and 1918.  Evacuations, precautions, fire-wise preparations and the DNR’s, local fire departments’ and Sheriff’s fire prevention and preparation efforts were covered. The Markville meeting was attended by 3 Wilma officers and many fire dept. members.

Pine Co. Historical Society Support: They are a recognized historical society so we can release the support we’d voted on, $63, $1 per citizen.  Patrice said the new census shows 65 residents inWilmaTownship. Gary questioned the Historical Society’s leasing restaurant and private business space in their new building (the old Middle School in Askov). Gary said Jan andGary’s are going in, and they’re owned by Gary Koland who is on the board, and it seems like a conflict of interest.  He questioned why they need our support if they have these businesses.

Town Hall Addition:  Letters were sent to Glen Roberts and Mel Elliot, Jr. on April 14, explaining the project and soliciting quotes and asking them to meet with Patrice and Paul and inspect the foundation and project.  So far neither has responded.  Patrice said she’d give Glen a call, and Paul can contact Mel.

Crooked Lake Road:  Three people fromDanforthTownship who live onCrooked Lake Road asked for the floor:  Jolene Wichlidal, Bob Johnson and Terry Mullins.  After the meeting we had last year about the road, they said the first part as far as Bob Johnson’s was brought up to the best standards it has ever been, but beyond that nothing was done and the road is still clay and slippery, especially when wet.  Jolene lives ¾ mile down the road.  Terry said that a year ago our towns made an agreement to bring the road up to the standards of other township roads.  He sees it as a safety and security issue because it would be dangerous and difficult for emergency vehicles to get down the road beyond the repaired part.  Mark said he got a bid from Hopkins Gravel for 1000 tons of gravel at $9.25/ton, $9,250; our half would be $4,625, plus half of the grading.  Mike said that would be half of our total Road and Bridge Budget.   Jolene said the Danforth board also got a bid from Summerland, but it was higher. Hopkins bid did not include grading and spreading, while Summerland’s did.   They said Wilma has never put gravel on that lower part ofCrooked Lake Road.  Mike said he is sure we have done gravel and maintenance in the years we were responsible for the road.  Mark and Gary will attend Danforth’s Friday, May 18 Board Meeting at Danforth Chapel at 4 p.m. to discuss the proposals to bring the road up to standards.  Mike asked Paul for a report on all the monies we spent onCrooked Lake Road in the years we maintained it.  Paul said he has this, but they may not indicate what portions of the road got gravel.  He will have it by the road inspection.  Mark said Danforth’s grader flat-bladed the road and removed the crown.  He said if we are paying Danforth so much we should have better grading.  Bob said they are working on that, maybe getting a new grader operator.

Road Inspection:   Mike moved that it be scheduled for next Wednesday, May 9, 10 a.m. at the Duxbury Store.Gary seconded.  Mike asked Paul to post it tonight, to be sure we are compliant with open meeting laws.  Eldon said we should do it right after a rain, but Mike said the law won’t allow that.  Possibly Jason Palme from Danforth can join us when we checkCrooked Lake Road.

Vink Road:  Mark said he would like to see that road be brought up to standard at least as far as the Smith’s this year.  He got bids for gravel ranging from $3 to $7/yard, depending on how much we order.  He said if we do the whole road 3” or 4” it would be cheaper by the yard.

Essentia Used AED’s:  They are offering 4 used AED’s to any group or organization that can show them a need.  Mike said the Fire Department have 3 and Arna andNewDoseyTownships each have one.  Paul said we have never been trained on it.  Mike said there is no need, that trained first responders would use them.  Paul told Gary Ament’s story of  being at a Bible Study when the guy next to him dropped dead.  The church happened to have an AED andGary was able to bring the man back to life.  There may be meetings or events where no first responder is available.  Paul said the Pine County Wanderers are considering having the Red Cross or first responders give a training on how to use AED’s.  Paul will apply for one of the AED’s for the township.  Mike said he thoughtTracy was applying for the fire department.  Paul can call him and coordinate with him.

County Flood Plain Ordinance:  The Dept. of Planning and Zoning sent a copy of the new ordinance, similar to the 1991 ordinance.  They are asking us to have our septic inspector review all permits for floodplain referral to their office, if the project is in a floodplain. Paul will send a copy of the letter to Gail Kespohl.  Eldon said the United Nations is targeting all private property and asked the board to reject Agenda 21, a UN treaty that would do away with private property.  He passed out copies of his petition. Patrice objected, saying the law prohibits township meetings to be used for political campaigns or purposes.

Township CD’s:  Patrice said we can’t add monies to our CD’s, only open new ones.  She asked if she should take the money we were going to add to our four CD’s, $2,000, and put it into a new CD.  Our next CD to come due is June 18, 6 month, $5,000.  Two more come due Sept. 11.  Glen said we should open another one, but would it be worth it to just put $2,000 in it for less than 1% interest.  Patrice said we could open a $5,000 one, but we may need the money for the town hall addition, if we do it.  Mike moved that we leave everything as it is now. Gary seconded.

Pancake Breakfast:   Gary moved that the Duxbury VFD be allowed to use the town hall for the annual pancake breakfast on Memorial Day Weekend May 27.  Glen seconded, and asked Paul to get the building use form for the fire department.

FEMA Funds:  We haven’t heard from them since they promised it would be paid in April.  Mike said Sheriff Cole is working on it, to get them moving.

Treasurer’s Report and Bills: Patrice gave the Treasurer’s Report (attached).  Bills were presented:

Patrice Winfield                                                    $        194.36

Glen Williamson                                                            171.72

Jenn Nelson                                                                    33.99

Gary Vink                                                                        90.58

Paul Raymond                                                               358.53

Antoinette Williamson                                                     94.35

Mark Pallow                                                                    52.37

Michael McCullen                                                                     59.44

Security Life (Dental)                                                     391.32

Patrice Winfield (expenses)                                              69.00

Pine Co. Courier                                                              15.04

ECE                                                                                 47.17

Glen Williamson (exp.)                                                  107.72

Paul Raymond (exp.)                                                     131.20

Jennifer Nelson (exp.)                                                      19.98

Mark Pallow (exp.)                                                            4.44

Antoinette Williamson (exp.)                                           50.00

Mn. Assc. Of Townships (Summer Tuition)                           200.00

Total Bills                               $     2,091.90

Gary moved to approve the Treasurer’s Report, to pay all the claims, and to transfer $2,100 from savings to checking.  Mike seconded.  Mike moved to adjourn;Garyseconded.  Meeting adjourned at 9:45 p.m.

 

Paul Raymond, Clerk