August 2016, City Council Meeting

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Bellechester City Council

August 10, 2016

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Keegan Quinn at 6:30 p.m.

Pledge to the flag.

Roll call was taken: The council in attendance: Mayor Keegan Quinn, Council people Kim Gilsdorf, Rich Majerus, and Paul Reding as well as, Greg Ruehl. Also present was. Jason Nurnberg, Dan Howard were absent.

Minutes of May, 2016 meeting were approved as written and a motion was made by Kim Gilsdorf with a second by Rich Majerus to approve the minutes. Motion carried.

Bills were reviewed and a motion by Rich Majerus with a second by Kim Gilsdorf to approve and pay the bills as presented. Motion carried.

Public Forum –

New business:

Brian Gordon: Wondering about culvert work to be done during road construction. Directed to talk with construction crews. Also discussed adding on to the bar in the near future.

Jared Buxengard: Reapprove permit. Motion made by Kim Gilsdorf and a second by Paul Reding. Motion Carried.

Ryan Siding: Building Permit for 204 Union Ave. Motion made by Kim Gilsdorf with a second by Rich Majerus. Motion Carried.

Approve street construction plan and bid advertising from WSB. Motion made by Rich Majerus with a second by Paul Reding. Motion Carried. Motion made by Kim Gilsdorf to also replace culverts with road construction. Second made by Rich Majerus. Motion carried.

Steve Drazkowski and Matt Schmidt here to talk with council about the upcoming election.

Old Business:

Dog Bite Ordinance – discuss – Tabled until October. Reminder in September to council

Clerk Report

Treasurer Report –Warning letters will be sent this week.

Water/Wastewater/Facility Report

Council Concerns:

Mayor Concerns: None

Motion was made by Kim Gilsdorf with a second by Paul Reding to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried. Meeting was adjourned at 7:35 pm.

Submitted by Greg Ruehl

Notices

Recycling – Please recycle whenever you can. There is a recycling bin located on the north end of town by GB Feed and Supply. By recycling, this will keep our garbage rates from rising.