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The Avoca Village Office is located at 401 Wisconsin Street.
Village President - Janet Perkins
Village Trustees
Joel Bauman
Stacey Wardell
Ryan Salis
Doris Kienitz
Jeff Fraser
Clerk/Treasurer - Suzie Ziebarth
Deputy Clerk - Liz Wilkinson
Police Officers - Dan Carey
                            
Public Works Director - Mike Bartles
  Public Works & Maint.-Dale Peterson

Village Attorney - Brian McGraw
PO Box 619
106 N. Wisconsin Ave.
Muscoda, WI 53573

Assessor - Gardiner Appraisal Service
Box 525
McFarland, WI 53558



  






                                               


VILLAGE OF AVOCA
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
NOVEMBER 14, 2016

PRESIDING:  Meeting was called to order by Village President, Janet Perkins, at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Meeting Room.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL:  Joel Bauman, Mary Brennum, Jeff Fraser, Doris Kienitz, Ryan Salis, Janet Perkins, and Village Clerk Susie Ziebarth were present.  Stacey Wardell was absent. 

PROOF OF PUBLICATION:  Proof of publication was published in the November 10, 2016, edition of the Muscoda Progressive, posted at the Post Office, Royal Bank and the front door of the Village Hall.

ORDER OF AGENDA:  No changes.

PUBLIC COMMENT: 

MEETING MINUTES: Motion, Kienitz/Fraser to approve the minutes from the October 10, 2016, Regular Board Meeting,  October 17, 2016, Special Board Meeting, October 19, 2016, Special Board Meeting with the Town of Pulaski, October 20, 2016, Special Board Meeting, October 5, 2016, Special Board Meeting, November 1, 2016, Finance Committee Meeting, and November 7, 2016, Special Board Meeting.  (Passed: 6 ayes, 0 nays)

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT:   Dick Olson appeared before the Board stating that he issued zoning permits to David Tredennick for a family room addition and Niki Transo to install a new deck and a 6’x 12’ addition on an out building to house her lawn mower.

Motion, Brennum/ Salis to approve the Zoning Administrator’s report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

MARK BAKER-HILLYARD CLEANING RESOURCE-COMMUNITY BUILDING FLOOR:  Mark Baker, from Hillyard Cleaning Resource appeared before the Board to explain process of cleaning and putting a new finish on the Community Building floor.  He stated that the Village could never replace that floor for what is already there.  Mark stated that the floor needs to be stabilized as quickly as possible and needs to reduce moisture by using a dehumidifier.  He stated the dehumidifier would cost $1,700.00 and sealing the floor would be an estimate of $1,500.00. 

Motion, Brennum/Bauman to have the Community Building floor sealed, purchase a dehumidifier to remove the moisture, and purchase a cover to put on the floor for protection during events.  Roll call:  Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Bauman, aye; Brennum, aye; Perkins, aye.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)  Mark Baker from Hillyard Cleaning will also be re-finishing the gym floor at the School Gym as part of routine maintenance. 

CAMPGROUND ATTENDANT’S REPORT: The campground will be closing December 1, 2016 and will re-open April 15, 2017.  
 
Motion, Salis/Fraser to approve the Campground Attendant’s report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

PUBLIC WORK’S REPORT:
A. CHANGE YIELD SIGNS IN THE VILLAGE TO STOP SIGNS:  Motion, Brennum/Bauman to change all the yield signs in the Village to stop signs.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)
B. COMMUNITY BUILDING GYM FLOOR FINISHED:  See agenda item #9 regarding the finishing of gym floor in the Village Community Building. 
C. COMMUNITYBUILDING LIGHT FIXTURE REPAIR:  Motion, Brennum/Fraser to submit the repair bill on the light fixture in the Community Building to the Avoca Bible Church.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)
D.PURCHASE VILLAGE TRACTOR IN “2017”:  Mike informed the Board that he has been looking at new tractors for the village.  Village Clerk will contact Royal Bank to check into the interest rate and payment for a new village tractor.  This topic will be put on the December agenda.

Motion, Kienitz/Salis to approve the Public Work’s report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

POLICE REPORT: 
Officer Carey presented his written report. Officer Carey informed the Board that the price of a new squad car would be $28,800 with a $9,000.00 trade in value from the present squad.  Village clerk will talk to the auditors about the carry over that would be left in the “2015” budget to be used in purchasing a new squad car.  This item will be put on the December agenda. 

Motion, Kienitz/Fraser to approve the police report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

CLERK/TREASURER’S REPORT:  Village Clerk’s written report was presented.
A.DELINQUENT UTILITY AND GARBAGE BILLS PUT ON TAX BILLS:  Motion, Brennum/Kienitz to have the delinquent utility and garbage bills in the amount of $4,025.27 put on the tax bills.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

Motion, Salis/Fraser to approve Clerk/Treasurer’s report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

AMEND ORDINANCE 62-32(a) VIOLATION BY CHILD RELATING OF CURFEW:  Motion, Kienitz/Bauman to approve amending Ordinance 62-32(a) as being unlawful for any child under the age of 18 years to remain upon any street or alley or any other public place, unsupervised place of amusement, vacant lot or other unsupervised place in the village between the hours of 8:00 p.m. & 5:00 a.m., Sunday through Thursday and 9:00 p.m. & 5:00 a.m. Friday through Saturday unless such child is accompanied by his parent, guardian or the adult person having the care and custody of such child.  Roll call:  Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Bauman, aye; Brennum, aye; Fraser, aye; Perkins, aye.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)


STARTING PAY AND START DATE FOR DALE PETERSON:  Motion, Salis/Brennum to start Dale Peterson at $15.00 an hour plus benefits.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)  Dale will be starting the end of December or beginning of January.

CHRISTMAS BONUSES FOR VILLAGE EMPLOYEES:  Motion, Kienitz/Fraser to approve Christmas bonuses to full-time employees in the amount of $150.00 and part-time employees $75.00.  Roll call:  Salis, aye; Bauman, aye; Brennum, aye; Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Perkins, aye.   (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

“2017” IOWA COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY CONTRACT:  Motion, Brennum/Salis to approve the “2017” Iowa County Humane Society Contract in the amount of $500.00.  Roll call: 
Bauman, aye; Brennum, aye; Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye Salis, aye; Perkins, aye. (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

“2017” DOANTION TO HODAN CENTER, INC.:  Motion, Bauman/Kineitz to donate $100.00 to the Hodan Center.  Roll call:  Bauman, aye; Brennum, aye; Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye;               Salis, aye; Perkins, aye. (Passed:  6 ayes, 0nays)

“2017” DONATION TO UNITED FUND OF IOWA COUNTY INC.:  Motion, Salis/Fraser to donate $200.00 to the United Fund of Iowa County, Inc., with $100.00 going to the Avoca EMS and $100.00 going to the Avoca & Rural Fire Department.  Roll call: Brennum, aye; Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Bauman, aye; Perkins, aye.   (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

“2017” DONATION TO COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS FREE CLINIC, INC.:  Motion, Brennum/Kienitz to donate $100.00 to the Community Connections Free Clinic, Inc. Roll call:  Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye, Bauman, aye; Brennum, aye; Perkins, aye.   (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

“2017” DONATION TO THE AVOCA CEMETERY ASSOCIATION:  Motion, Salis/Brennum to donation $100.00 to the Avoca Cemetery Association.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

PAY BILLS:  Motion, Brennum/ Salis to approve bills as presented.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays) 

ADJOURNMENT:  Motion, Doris/Brennum to adjourn the meeting.  (Passed: 6 ayes, 0 nays.)  Meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m.

Susie Ziebarth
Avoca Village Clerk/Treasurer




VILLAGE OF AVOCA
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
DECEMBER 12, 2016

PRESIDING:  Meeting was called to order by Village President, Janet Perkins, at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Meeting Room.

Moment of silence for the passing of Trustee Mary Brennum.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL:  Joel Bauman, Jeff Fraser, Doris Kienitz, Ryan Salis, Janet Perkins, and Village Clerk Susie Ziebarth were present.  Stacey Wardell was absent. 

PROOF OF PUBLICATION:  Proof of publication was published in the December 8, 2016, edition of the Muscoda Progressive, posted at the Post Office, Royal Bank and the front door of the Village Hall.

ORDER OF AGENDA:  No changes.

PUBLIC COMMENT:  None.

MEETING MINUTES: Motion, Kienitz/Salis  to approve the minutes from the November 14, 2016, Regular Board Meeting,  and November 28, 2016, Special Board Meeting.  (Passed: 6 ayes, 0 nays)

BRENT COLE-LAP TOP COMPUTER FOR EMS:  Nicole Ramirez and Dave Thompson appeared before the Board asking for money from the reserves fund to purchase a new lap top computer for the squad.  They informed the Board that the new required software is not compatible with the present lap top computer.  The Board asked if the EMS had contacted the Fire Advisory Board to see if there is money available to purchase a new computer.  Motion Wardell/Fraser to approve giving the EMS $1,500.00 contingent that the Avoca Fire Advisory Board does not have any money available to purchase the new computer.  Roll call:  Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Wardell, aye; Bauman, aye; Perkins, aye.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

ORIGINAL ALCOHOL BEVERAGE RETAIL LICENSE APPLICATION FOR CHERYL DELVENTHAL:  Motion, Kienitz/Salis to approve the Original Alcohol Beverage Retail License application for Cheryl Delventhal.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

ASSESSMENT CONTRACT WITH GARDINER APPRAISAL SERVICE, LLC.:  Motion,
Kienitz/Bauman to approve the Assessment Contract with Gardiner Appraisal Service, LLC. in the amount of $3,150.00 for “2017”.  Roll call:  Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Wardell, aye; Bauman, aye; Fraser, aye; Perkins, aye.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT:  No report.

CAMPGROUND ATTENDANT’S REPORT:  Susie informed the Board that she has received calls from permanent campers asking to keep the campground opened until December 1st of every year.  The campers would like to camp during the deer hunting season.  The Board agreed to continue keeping the campground open until December 1st of each year with the understanding that the older bathhouse will be shut down allowing the new bathhouse to continue staying open until December 1st.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

Motion, Salis/Fraser to approve the Campground Attendant’s report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

PUBLIC WORK’S REPORT:
A. PURCHASING A NEW VILLAGE TRACTOR:  Mike went over the bids that he received from Sloan Implement and Hillsboro Equipment on a new John Deere tractor.  He was informed by the Board to get a couple more bids from different implement dealers to compare and bring the quotes back to the January Board meeting.

Mike informed the Board that Bart Nies, Delta 3 has completed the final paperwork for the DNR regarding the phosphorus regulations.  He also stated that the Community Building elevator has not been working properly and we should be look into different options for fixing the problem.  He stated that batteries for the elevator are very expensive and do not last very long.

Mike was informed by the Board that he has been doing a great job plowing snow.  There have been a lot of compliments on what good conditions the streets are in.   

Bauman/Wardell to approve the Public Work’s report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

POLICE REPORT:  Officer Carey presented his written report.

A.  HIRING PART-TIME ADMINISTRATION HELP:  Officer Carey asked the Board’s permission to hire Jen Ramsden part-time for no more that twenty-four hours a month.  Her duties would include typing police reports and filing.  He stated that Jen is an EMT and would be willing to help out when needed for the Village of Avoca.  Motion, Salis/Fraser to hire Jennifer Ramsden to work in Officer Carey’s office up to twenty four hours a month at $15.00 an hour.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)  

B. PURCHASING SQUAD CAR:   Officer Carey informed the Board that he has priced a F150 4-door truck and a SUV.  He felt that the better deal would be the F150 truck.  He stated that the animal cage would not fit in the SUV and this is needed when having to deal with animals.  He informed the Board that the F150 4-door truck costs $32,280.00, set-up $7,200.00, $1,400.00 for a topper and approximately $525.00 for decaling.  Officer Carey stated that the trade in value for the present vehicle is $10,000.00 for a total estimated cost being $31,405.00 for a new F150 4-door truck for the village.  Motion, Kienitz/Fraser to purchase a new squad in the amount of $31,405.00 with $5,000.00 used from reserves and borrowing the balance from Royal Bank with payments not starting until “2018”.  Village Clerk should check the payments on a three/five year loan.  Roll call:  Salis, aye; Wardell, aye; Bauman, aye; Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Perkins, aye.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)


Motion, Bauman/Wardell to approve the police report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)

CLERK/TREASURER’S REPORT:  The Village Clerk presented her written report.  She informed the Board that tax bills will be going out within the next week. 

Motion, Salis/Fraser to approve Clerk/Treasurer’s report.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)


PAY BILLS:  Motion,  Salis/Kienitz to approve bills as presented.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays) 

ADJOURNMENT:  Motion, Fraser/Salis to adjourn the meeting.  (Passed:  6 ayes, 0 nays)  Meeting adjourned at 8:35 p.m.

Susie Ziebarth
Avoca Village Clerk/Treasurer





VILLAGE OF AVOCA
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
JANUARY 16, 2017

PRESIDING:  Meeting was called to order by Village President, Janet Perkins, at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Meeting Room.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL:  Joel Bauman, Jeff Fraser, Doris Kienitz, Ryan Salis, Janet Perkins, and Village Clerk Susie Ziebarth were present.  Stacey Wardell was absent. 

PROOF OF PUBLICATION:  Proof of publication was published in the January 5, 2017, edition of the Muscoda Progressive, posted at the Post Office, Royal Bank and the front door of the Village Hall.

ORDER OF AGENDA:  No changes.

PUBLIC COMMENT:  None.

MEETING MINUTES: Motion, Fraser/Kienitz to approve the minutes from the December 12, 2016, Regular Board Meeting.  (Passed: 5 ayes, 0 nays)

NATIONAL LIFTS INC.,-CARRICK TROUTMAN, JR:  Carrick Troutman did not attend meeting because of the bad weather.

AVOCA & RURAL FIRE & EMS DISTRICT PROFIT & LOSS STATEMENT: Motion, Kienitz/Bauman to approve the Avoca & Rural Fire & EMS District’s profit & loss statement.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)  

ST.PATRICK’S DAY CELEBRATION-SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 2017:   Linda Lewis presented an e-mail that was received by the Village Clerk.  Linda’s e-mail stated that the St. Patrick’s Day Celebration will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2017, with the parade starting at 1:00 p.m.  She asked to have street closings that include; corner of William Street from South Fourth Street to Front Street, Front Street from Fourth Street to Fifth Street, and Fifth Street to Wisconsin Street.  She requested to have the streets closed at least one hour prior of the parade.  Linda also requested to have Fourth Street from the corner of Main Street to Front Street and Front Street to Fifth Street closed until 3:00 p.m. for people to celebrate after the parade.  Linda asked to close off the parking lot in front of the caboose to accommodate handicap parking during the parade. Motion, Fraser/Bauman to approve the street closings for the St. Patrick Day Celebration.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)  Linda also asked if the Village would provide porta potties for the celebration.  Motion, Kienitz/Bauman to approve the village paying for the rent of the porta potties for the St. Patrick’s Day Celebration that will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2017.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)


ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT:  No report.

CAMPGROUND ATTENDANT’S REPORT:  Motion, Bauman/Fraser to approve Susie Ziebarth as the Village of Avoca’s Campground Attendant for “2017”.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)

POLICE REPORT:  Officer Carey police report was presented. Dan was not present for the meeting because of the weather. 

PUBLIC WORK’S REPORT:
A. BLACKHAWK SYSTEMS, LLC CURB & GUTTER ESTIMATE:  Motion, Fraser/Salis to table this agenda item until the village starts the summer road construction.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)
B. VILLAGE OF AVOCA PHOSPHORUS PRELIMINARY FACILITIES PLAN:  The Village Board received the Preliminary Facilities Plan on behalf of the Village of Avoca that was required as part of their Phosphorus compliance schedule.  The DNR reviewed the report and granted approval. 
C.PURCHASE NEW TRACTOR FOR THE VILLAGE OF AVOCA:  Motion, Salis/Fraser to purchase the Kubota M6-141DTC from Homesteader’s Store in the amount of $68,589.99.  Roll call: Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Bauman, aye; Perkins, aye.  (Passed:  5 aye, 0 ayes) Village Clerk has contact Royal Bank regarding financial approval.
D.SAFETY LIGHTS FOR PLOW TRUCKS: Motion, Bauman/Kienitz to purchase safety lights for the village utility/plow trucks in the amount of $5,200.68.  The cost of the safety lights will be included in the loan.  Roll call:  Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Bauman, aye; Perkins, aye.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)

Kienitz/Bauman to approve the Public Work’s report.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)

COMMITTEE REPORT:  No reports.

CLERK-TREASURER’S REPORT:  Village Clerk presented her written treasurers report.
A. ESTIMATE FROM FOGGY BOTTOM TO RE-MODEL VILLAGE OFFICE-TIF PROJECT:  Motion, Kienitz/Salis to have Rick Tisdale come back to review the final floor plans for the cupboards and remodeling of the village office that will be paid out of TIF funds.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)
B.SPECIAL BARD MEETING TO REVIEW TIF APPLICATION:  Special Board meeting was scheduled for January 23, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Board room.
C.LOAN PAYMENT PLAN FOR THE F150 FORD SPECIAL SERVICE VEHICLE FOR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT:   Motion, Bauman/Fraser to approve borrow the money to purchase the F150 Ford Special Service Vehicle with Royal Bank at 2.5% interest.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays) 

AVAILABLE SPACE IN THE AVOCA VILLAGE HALL FOR THE AVOCA CEMETERY ASSOCIATION’S RECORD:  Motion, Fraser/Salis to approve the Avoca Cemetery Association to use space in the Avoca Village Hall to store records. (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)


APPLICATION FOR A TEMPORARY CLASS “B” RETAINERS LICENSE FOR THE AVOCA FISHEREE:  Motion, Kienitz/Fraser to approve the Temporary Class “B” Retailer’s license for the February 12, 2017, Avoca & Rural Fire Department Fisheree.  (Passed:  4 ayes, 0 nays, Joel Bauman abstained)

TEMPORARY OPERATOR’S LICENSE FOR THE AVOCA FISHEREE:  Motion, Kienitz/Fraser to approve temporary operator’s license to Tom Frommel, Dale Peterson and Ryan Salis for the Avoca Fisheree, Sunday February 12, 2017.  (Passed:  4 ayes, 0 nays, Ryan Salis abstained)

CLERK/TREASURER’S REPORT:  The Village Clerk presented her written report.  She informed the Board that tax bills will be going out within the next week. 

Motion, Salis/Fraser to approve Clerk/Treasurer’s report.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)

DOOR PRIZES FOR THE AVOCA “2017” FISHEREE: Motion, Kienitz/Bauman to donate
2-two nights of free camping at the Avoca Lakeside Campground to be used by December 1, 2017, excluding holiday weekends.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)

MOBILE HOME PARK LICENSE:  Motion, Bauman/Fraser to table this agenda item until Susie Ziebarth, Village Clerk talks to Attorney Brian McGraw regarding the renewing of the Mobile Home Park license.  (Passed:  5 aye, 0 nays)

CARRING OVER EMPLOYEE’S “2016” VACATION DAYS INTO “2017”:  Motion, Kienitz/Bauman to allow Mike Bartels to carry over 54.40 hours of his “2016” vacation hours and Susie Ziebarth 25.50  hours of her “2016” vacation hours into “2017” and be used by March 31, 2017.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)

PAY BILLS:  Motion, Kienitz/Bauman to approve bills as presented.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays) 

ADJOURNMENT:  Motion, Salis/Fraser to adjourn the meeting.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)  Meeting adjourned at 8:35 p.m.

Susie Ziebarth
Avoca Village Clerk/Treasurer





VILLAGE OF AVOCA
SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
JANUARY 23, 2017

PRESIDING: Meeting was called to order by Village President, Janet Perkins, at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Meeting room.

ROLL CALL:  Joel Bauman, Jeff Fraser, Doris Kienitz, Ryan Salis, Jane Perkins, and Village Clerk were present.  Stacey Wardell was absent.

NATIONAL LIFTS INC.- CARRICK TROUTMAN,JR.:   Carrick Troutman, Jr. from National Lifts Inc. appeared before the Board to review price quotes on de-installing the existing vertical platform lift and hoistway landing door and upper level gate and remove lift debris from the Community Building.  Carrick also reviewed a proposal for installing a Apex Hydro Vertical Platform Lift in the Village Hall, which would be covered by TIF funds.  The Village Board will review the proposals and continue discussing the possibilities of repairing the present lift in the Community Building and installing a chair lift in the Village Hall.

TIF APPLICATIONS:  The Village Board reviewed applications for the Village of Avoca Building Improvement Grant Program for businesses in the Village of Avoca:  The following businesses were approved for improvements:

Stephen & Cheryl Delventhal
               Avoca Mercantile, 202 N Fourth Street
               River Bottom Outdoors, 204 N Fourth Street
               2-Stone Buildings, located on Main Street, between North Fifth & Sixth Street

Cheryl and Dr. Delventhal presented estimates from MZ Construction Inc, and Heritage Builders in the amount of $127,700.00 for the repair on the four structures that were reviewed by the Board.  Motion, Bauman/Kienitz to award $50,000.00 to Stephen & Cheryl Delventhal for the repair work on the four structures. Avoca Mercantile and River Bottom Outdoors $20,000.00 and the two stone buildings on Main Street $30,000.00.  Roll call:  Fraser, aye; Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Bauman, aye; Perkins, aye. (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)

VILLAGE OFFICE REMODELING: Trustee Fraser was asked to leave during the discussion of this project because he does do work from Foggy Bottom Woodworks and the Board did not want this project to become a conflict of interest. Motion, Salis/Kienitz to approve the proposal from Foggy Bottom Woodworks in the amount of $8,100.00 for new swinging door, repair & cut down old wall, trim around wall, trim for new pass-thru window opening, and cabinetry and laminated countertops for the village office.  Roll call: Kienitz, aye; Salis, aye; Bauman, aye, Perkins, aye.  (Passed:  4 ayes, 0 nays)   

ADJOURN:  Motion, Kienitz/Fraser to adjourn the meeting.  (Passed:  5 ayes, 0 nays)  Meeting adjourned at 8:56 p.m.

Susie Ziebarth
Village Clerk