Board of Aldermen Meeting Minutes


FEBRUARY 6, 2017

Mayor Jan Lehmkuhl called the regular Board meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. on February 6, 2017.

Board Members present:  Jan Lehmkuhl, Mayor; Troy Watts, Jerry Kane, Deanna Monnig and William Wagner, Aldermen.   Also in attendance: City Clerk, Deborah Cox; Police Chief, Bruce Belin; Ryan Beasley and Ryan Squibb.

Bruce Belin gave the invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag.

Motion made by Troy Watts and seconded by Jerry Kane to approve the consent agenda as presented which includes the minutes from the last meetings.  Vote taken.  Unanimously approved.

Ryan Beasley, 211 S. Hwy F, was present to request an adjustment for a water leak that he had on his property.  After discussion, motion was made by Troy Watts and seconded by Jerry Kane to approve the request and make an adjustment of ½ of the unusual usage caused by a broken water line reflected on his December water bill.  Mayor will get with Melissa Mau, Utility Billing Clerk to verify the amount of the credit. Vote taken.  Unanimously approved.

Motion made by Troy Watts and seconded by Jerry Kane to pay the bills after they are reviewed and signed. Vote taken.  Unanimous.

City Wide Yard Sale date set for May 6, 2017 which is the first Saturday in May.

City Wide Clean-up date to be set for the last of May.  Will need to confirm with WCA and public works employees.

Announcements:

  • Mayor announced Planning and Zoning is in need of people to service on this Board..
  • Olssen’s will be presenting the final report on the sewer lines at the March meeting.
  • Yard waste clean up – Looking at setting a date for curb side brush removal.  Mayor will discuss this with the public works employees to use the city chipper.
  • Ordinance violations were discussed.  The Board would like to review the nuisance ordinances for possible amendment to assist in enforcement.

Having no further business to discuss, Troy Watts made a motion to adjourn at 8:05 p.m. with Deanna Monnig giving the second.  Vote was unanimous.  Motion carried.

Deborah A. Cox, City Clerk