VILLAGE OF LONE ROCK
LONE ROCK, WISCONSIN
OFFICE OF CLERK
Minutes of the Lone Rock Village Board Meeting
Tuesday, April 18th at 7:00 P.M.,
Village Office Conference Room, 314 E Forest St, Lone Rock, WI
Trustees: Harry Pulvermacher, Steve Morgenson, Marvin Joles III, Tom Whalen, Dan Quinn, Corey Ewers, Jr. Marshall, Richard Brander. Board President, Dean Ewers presiding.
Call to Order – The meeting was called to order by Board President Dean Ewers at 7:00 PM.
Roll Call – Roll call was taken with all board members present. Also in attendance were Esther Marshall, Dan Wilson, Adam Reno, Christa Quinn, A.J. Christianson, Ryan Price, Tootie Pulvermacher, Dan McGuire, Marvin Joles III, and Karen Kampen.
Approval of Agenda – Motion to approve the agenda by Corey, second by , all in favor, motion carried.
Approval of Minutes – Motion to approve the minutes by Steve Morgenson, second by Harry Pulvermacher, all in favor, motion carried.
Recognition of Board Members’ Service – Jr. Marshall and Steve Morgenson
Installation of New Board Members Richard Brander and Marvin Joles III
Bart Nies – Delta 3 Engineering – Update – Bart updated the Board on the status of the grants he is getting in place for the Village. Gave Capital Improvements Plan copies to Rlchard and Marvin. CDBG Grant is due in May. Priorities 1, 2, and 3. Gave overview of his services for new board members. Apply for $500 k in May, the other $600k is Village, and we apply to DNR and low-interest loan. We get 75% paid by grant, 25% paid by 1.9% loan.App is due 5/25/17. Are we still on track to do those three projects, so Bart can go forward. Adds up to 1.1 to 1.2 million, project to be done next year. Discussion followed. Bart said the mains we have are inadequate to handle today’s consumption, and that is what Bart has to prove to get the grant money. June 30th is the DNR deadline. Have to have prove-able, permit-able plans designed and prepared by June 30th. $25-30k engineering cost which is not wasted, because it has to be done anyway. Do we do it now, or wait until August to find out if we get the CDBG, we would have to wait then until next year for DNR grant money. Need data on water breaks and bad water samples to make a strong application. It is all eligible to be reimbursed by DNR. Best case is to get it in now, get the DNR grant money now, then can get it out for bids in the spring, DNR, IT & PERF was 85% in October. Score of 85 and higher, you can get a grant. Better than 50-50 chance on both of them. This is a win-win because we get our water system replaced, plus we get our roads fixed. Go to the bank, get what Bart needs, take a note out for it, pay the interest on it, so Delta can go ahead and submit the project. Motion Harry/Richard. All yes, Carried.Two important meetings one in May, and one in June. Has to be a Public Hearing. Would Wednesday night work? All yes. Two dates the 10th or the 17th. Send Bart the e-mail info for Diane Baumgartner at Home News. May 10th at 7:00. June 20th at 7:00. Public Hearing is #1 for Agenda, then Village Board Meeting immediately to follow. Bart gave me agenda items
Assessor Contract Renewal – Harry/Dan to renew the contract. All yes, motion carried. Brander had discussion on if the school closes that the property values will definitely go down.
Compost / Burn Site – Dean said we have to set the hours. Adam said he was out there 7 or 8 times on Saturday. We will then put a sign out there and set it. It will not be open weekends at all. Open M-F 7-3. Closed Sat/Sun/Hol Harry/Richard All yes, Carried
New Computer for Streets & Utilities – Karen said the Streets & Utilities’ new computer has been ordered. The initial cost was $549. Karen upgraded the processor to an i5 vs an i3, which added $100 to the price, and a 5-year Maintenance Plan on top of the 1-year that came with the original price. That added $200 to the price. Plus tax, the price was $914. Then Karen discovered that their old PC is an all-in-one unit, meaning we had to purchase a monitor, too. The monitor was $227. Harry/Marvin All favor, Carried.
Reminder – Public Hearing on Cyril Moore Garage/Storage Shed Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 7:00 PM Dan McGuire said he will be unable to attend, but would like to go ahead of time and view the property, then will let Terry know of his opinion prior to the Public Hearing.
Streets and Parks – Adam has two bids for redoing the roofs for Garrison and Firemen’s Parks. Atley Miller, $3,940 $1,475 extra for Fascia & Soffit. Garrison Park, $2,425 just roof no Fascia & soffit needed. Tom Halverson $3,870 plus $1,545, roof Garrison $2,368. Can wait until next meeting. What is left in Parks budget. Budgeted for slide and roofs. Steve said the slide should ship April 21st. Dan/Tom to have Halverson do the work.
Streets – Discussion on crack filling. Crack Filling Svc – Cross Plains came around and talked with Adam about doing the work. If we aren’t going to pave anything,
Water and Sewer – Dan left Corey a message to call back, want to get stuff done. Dean said have them do the Fire Sta manhole, too.
Public Input -- Karen said voters have asked to have the rocks built up by the front door to make it easier for walkers and wheelchairs to get around the door and into the building. Dan suggested putting pavers there to widen the entrance, too .
Esther said that we received three Code of Ordinance books
Review Bills --
Confirm Date of Next Meeting – May 9, 2017
Adjourn -- Meeting adjourned at 8:02 PM
Karen J. Kampen, Clerk