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May 13, 2019

TOWN OF SEYMOUR                        BOARD MEETING                              Vol. 32 Page 8

                                           

A meeting of the Seymour Town Board was held Monday, April 8, 2019. Notice was posted at, Seymour Town Hall, Township Fire Dept. Station 1- Seymour, Beaver Creek Reserve and at www.townofseymour.orgunder “Agendas”.

 

Board members present were Chair Douglas Kranig, Supervisors Sheila Running and Gary Schulenberg.   Also present were Sue Larson, Clerk/Treasurer; Kerry Parker, Roads and Building Supervisor;  and six (6) area residents and others. 

 

Doug Kranig called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.   The Pledge of Allegiance was recited

 

Supervisor Running moved to approve the minutes from the March 11, 2019 meeting as presented.  Supervisor Schulenberg seconded the motion.  Motion carried.  Chair Kranig made a motion to approve the minutes from the April 1, 2019 meeting.  Supervisor Schulenberg seconded.  Motion carried.

 

GENERAL COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC – NONE

 

Chair Kranig asked to move to item 9(a) on the agenda – Award Road Contracts for 2019.  No objections.

 

Asphalt Paving Bid–Monarch Paving Company was the low bidder.  Roads Supervisor Parker suggested that the board consider increasing the thickness of the pavement on the Tower Drive Project from 2” to 2.5”.  The representative from Monarch indicated that this would add an additional $26,768.00 to their bid.  A motion was made by Supervisor Running to award the asphalt paving contract to Monarch Paving Co in the amount of $193,909.00 and to add the additional thickness to Tower Drive at a cost of $26,768.00 for a total price of $220,677.00.  Supervisor Schulenberg seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

 

Base Course Bid– A motion was made by Chair Kranig to award the base course contract to Stelter, Inc at a cost of $11.50 a yard.  Motion seconded by Supervisor Running.  Motion carried

 

Pulverizing Bid– A motion was made by Supervisor Running to award the pulverizing contract to WK Construction, Inc at a cost of $3701.00 per mile.  Motion seconded by Chair Kranig.  Motion carried.

 

Cracksealing Bid– A motion was made by Supervisor Running to award the cracksealing bid to Oium Asphalt Paving, Inc. for a cost of $9627.00.  Motion seconded by Supervisor Schulenberg.  Motion carried.

 

Sealcoating Bid- A motion was made by Supervisor Running to award the sealcoating bid to Fahrner Asphalt Sealers for a cost of $30,408.00.  Motion seconded by Supervisor Schulenberg.  Motion carried.

 

Pavement Marking Bid- A motion was made by Supervisor Running to award the pavement marking bid to Fahrner Asphalt Sealers for a cost of $4200.00.  Motion seconded by Supervisor Schulenberg.  Motion carried.

 

GuardrailBid– A motion was made by Chair Kranig to award the guardrail bid to Mattison Contractors, Inc for a cost of $33,565.00.  Motion seconded by Supervisor Schulenberg.  Motion carried. 

 

9(b) – Hunting Permit – A motion was made by Supervisor Running and seconded by Supervisor Schulenberg to approve the gun hunting permit for Leona Markowski at 5729 Olson Drive for the period of April 9, 2019 to December 31, 2019.  Motion carried.

 

 

 

 

Chair Kranig asked to move to Item 8(a) on the agenda.  No objections

 

8(a) – St Francis Drive East Storm Sewer Project – Chair Kranig reported on the status of the proposed project after meeting with the engineer, Matt Gundry from FAA Consulting Engineers.  The engineer and Chair Kranig will meet at the site on Friday evening to discuss location for the proposed drainage pipe with the affected landowners and discuss any proposed easements needed.  The engineer will then start working on the drainage design, plans and cost estimate.

 

FINANCIAL REPORT – Sue Larson reviewed the financial report with the Board.  Report is attached and made a part of the record.

 

ROADS REPORTRoads and Buildings Supervisor Parker reported on the following:

·         Lots of patching done this last month

·         Significant road breakup on Burnell, 50th and St. Francis East – with St. Francis East being the worst.

·         There was substantial water over the road in March on Burnell and 75th.

·         Road bans are on

·         Next month will start sweeping of streets and work on the recreation area and get the courts opened up

·         Issues – loader needs additional repairs – will be taken to John Deere on Friday. The mower deck on the big tractor needs to be replaced.   The low estimate to repair is $11,400 from Serwe.   A motion was made by Chair Kranig to approve the mower deck replacement at a cost of $11,400.00 from Serwe with the funds to come from the Road Committed Fund.   Motion seconded by Supervisor Running.  Motion carried.

 

BUILDING INSPECTOR REPORT – No report

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

Town Code Book – The clerk reviewed a few items from the draft of the Code Book that needed clarification.  She will make those changes and have the Town Code Book ready for adoption at the next meeting.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Operator’s License for Tyler Putzke– Clerk reported that he has not yet submitted his training certification and therefore his application is incomplete and no action is necessary.

 

COMMUNICATIONS/ ITEMS FOR NEXT MONTH’S AGENDA

 

·         ATV Ordinance to be placed on next month’s agenda

·         Need to advertise for summer help/groundskeeper

·         Seymour Fire Station has been taken down and DNR has terminated their easement interests.

 

Next meeting scheduled for May 13, 2019

 

The following checks were reviewed and approved for payment 33453 to 33554

 

Motion to adjourn at 8:35pm

 

Respectfully submitted by:

 

Sue Larson, Clerk Treasurer



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