Town Board Minutes (May 11, 2015)
State of Wisconsin
Town of Concord May 11th, 2015
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 with one correction under New Business to be Shooting in General. Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM Opposed: None Motion Carried
Brian Neumann, Clerk, read the minutes from the April 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. A motion was made by Ted Mueller and seconded by Lloyd Zastrow to approve the variance of John and Allie Simon to live in their established residence while they construct a new home on their land. Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM Opposed: None Motion Carried
Jim Zastrow, Treasurer, stated in his report that there is a balance of ($2,419.28) in the General Fund, $283,977.11 in the Money Market Account and $19,033.39 in the Equipment Fund CD. There was a motion by Bill Ingersoll 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 Ted Mueller and seconded by Lloyd Zastrow to pay the bills as presented.
Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM Opposed: None Motion Carried
There was some general discussion on the Town of Concord shooting ordinance 9.02. Kandy and Michael are renters of a property within the Town and are shooting in their backyard. Many neighbors presented to the board they are concerned with frequency and length of time of their shooting as it spooks their animals and are concerned for their safety as well as their children’s safety. After a lengthy discussion, the two sides could not mutually agree on the time or length of shooting. Due to the safety, noise issues, the board is asking the renters to cease shooting. The board is also asking that the planning committee review the shooting ordinance and bring forth a recommendation to revise our current ordinance.
After some general discussion on the purchase of a new or used truck to plow snow, a motion was made by Ted Mueller and seconded by Bill Ingersoll to purchase a 4 wheel drive truck to be out fitted with new Monroe Plow equipment for a cost not to exceed $210,000 with quotes from at least 3 different locations.
Kammie from the Dousman EMS gave an update to the Town. The Dousman EMS chief resigned earlier this year and a new chief starts on Monday. Brad Owen comes to Dousman EMS from MacFarland EMS.
With no further business, a motion to adjourn was made by Bill Ingsersoll and seconded by Lloyd Zastrow. Affirmative: BI, LZ, TM Opposed: None Motion Carried
Brian Neumann, Clerk