Concord Town Board Minutes (March. 10, 2014)

 

State of Wisconsin
Town of Concord                                                                                                         March 10, 2014

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Town of Concord was called to order by Chairman Bill Ingersoll with Ted Mueller, Lloyd Zastrow, Brian Neumann and Jim Zastrow present.  Bill led the assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Brian Neumann, Clerk, certified that the meeting had been properly posted. There was a motion by Bill Ingersoll and seconded by Lloyd Zastrow to accept the agenda as presented.  

Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM            Opposed: None              Motion Carried

Brian Neumann, Clerk, read the minutes from the February board meeting. There was a motion by Lloyd Zastrow and seconded by Ted Mueller to accept the minutes as read.  Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM          Opposed: None        Motion Carried

Lloyd Zastrow, Plan Committee Chair, gave an update from the Plan Committee. The committee did not meet so there was nothing new to share at this time. 

Jim Zastrow, Treasurer, stated in his report that there is a balance of $2,641.75 in the General Fund, $275,994.01 in the Money Market Account and $43,925.21 in the Equipment Fund CD.  There was a motion by Ted Mueller and seconded by Lloyd Zastrow to accept the Treasurer’s report as read.  Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM          Opposed: None        Motion Carried

There was a motion by Bill Ingersoll and seconded by Ted Mueller to pay the bills as presented.

Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM          Opposed: None        Motion Carried

Brian Neumann, Clerk, presented that the election test for our April 1st election will take place at 5 PM, on Friday, March 28th at the Concord Community Center if anyone would like to witness the test.

The Board welcomed Dan Morgan from Sherwin Industries to present their 2006 model crack filler.  After a short presentation and discussion about the machine, a motion was made by Lloyd Zastrow and seconded by Bill Ingersoll to purchase the crack filling machine for $25,000 with funds from our Equipment Fund based upon a positive road test. Affirmative: BI, LZ          Opposed: TM        Motion Carried

The board will look further into the gravel edger and bring back more information at a future date. It was mentioned that two big maple trees by the Old Town Hall are hollow and rotten in the middle and are in need to be cut down before they cause damage.  

With no further business, a motion to adjourn was made by Lloyd Zastrow and seconded by Bill Ingersoll.          Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM          Opposed: None        Motion Carried

 

Respectfully submitted,

Brian Neumann, Clerk