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            ATTENTION ALL LAND OWNERS BUILDING PERMITS AND FIRE # SIGNS ARE  REQUIRE IN THE TOWNSHIP OF CUTLER.  IF YOU PLAN TO BUILD OR REMODEL YOU NEED TO GET A BUILDING PERMIT. YOU CAN CALL OUR BUILDING INSPECTOR:
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                                                   109 South Street
                                                 LaValle, WI 53941
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                               ATTENTION LOCAL CUTLER RESIDENT    

The Juneau County Public Works Committee has made the decision to close the Landfill site #3070 on July 1, 2013. At that time, per our current estimation of tonnage coming in, that site will be filled to capacity. The drop off area will stay in operation as it currently is.  This will continue to operate after July 1, 2103.  We will be hauling out to other landfill sites via compactor boxes, the waste Collected at the drop off area,  Recycling will continue as it has been being handled at the drop off site. Please contact us if have any further questions. @ 608-847-5874  Sincerely: Dennis Weiss     

NOTE: The Landfill will still be open for Recycling, Garage and Refuse drop off by the scale as usual. The part that is closing is the active face which is located down the haul road up on the hill, Only items that will fit in the compactor dumpsters will be accepted.

Thank you for your Cooperation!!

                            C.R.A.M. Recycling Program in Juneau Co.

  CHECK THIS OUT FOR:  JUNEAU COUNTY HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEAN SWEEP
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Spring is Clean Up time....
a time to take in your recyclable materials that been accumulating over the winter.  C.R.A.M. hours at the Juneau County Landfill are Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 8 a.m. till 3:30 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. - noon. Closed to the public Tuesday and Friday.

Clean items may be co-mingled and place in the recycling bins:
tin cans, clean glass, paper, cardboard, plastic bottles (NO Toys) Aluminum cans. Appliances, oil, aluminum siding, auto tires and batteries , scrap metal and steel, compost - Consult with the landfill technician on duty. Regular recyclable items no charge to member residents. Appliances, air conditioner,
dehumidifiers, computer monitors, TVs, tires and florescent bulbs have a slight charge.

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                              CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING

                                        MONDAY, DECEMBER 13TH 2010 6:30PM                                                   CUTLER TOWN HALL 
                                                       N10846 2ND AVE
                                              CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618 

Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman, Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 9 individuals present. (In attendance were 5 town officials, 4 town residents Jim Brown, Jimmy Brown,Leslie Peterson and Larry Jessen.  

1.    CALL TO ORDER:  Martin called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday, December 13th at 6:30 p.m., at the Cutler Town Hall.

 2.    MINUTES: Curt made a motion to approve the November minutes. Jim seconded. Motion carried.  Curt made a motion to approve the Budget Hearing minutes. Martin seconded.  Motion carried.

      Martin stated that a correction to minutes needs to be made in the amount of his       donation it should be $5,550 not $5,500.  Pam will correct this.

 3.    TREASURER'S REPORT:  Terry went through the November financial report. There are still two outstanding personal property taxes Dan Kreuzer and Harold & Maggie Piantino. Jim made a motion to approve the November financial report.  Curt seconded. Motion carried.

   4.    CLERK'S REPORT:

      a. The treasurer's bond for collecting taxes was received.

      b. A letter was received from OMNI asking if the town is in compliance with the       new standard of signs.  The compliance dates are:

       January 2012- sent up and establish a sign maintenance program to address the       minimum sign retroreflectivity requirements.

       January 2015- Compliance requirements for red and white or white and black       regulatory signs such as stop signs and speed limit signs. Yellow and black       warning signs, ground-mounted green and white guide signs (except for street name       signs.)

       January 2018- Compliance with the new retroreflectivity requirements for overhead       guide signs and all street signs.

       c.  Command Central sent a letter that the Sequoia Voting Systems no longer exists       as it has been acquired by Dominion Voting.  They would like the town to       acknowledge this transfer with our signatures.  This will serve to document the       official assignment to Dominion with regard to warranty issues, software license,       etc.  Nothing has changed at Command Central other than they are now authorized       distributor for Dominion Voting versus Sequoia Voting Systems. 

      d.  A letter was sent from the county about the April 5th Judicial Election. There       will be elections for the towns, villages, cities, and wards, judicial officers       one Justice of the Supreme Court, and One Court of appeal Judge.  A Primary will       be held on Tuesday, February 15th.

      e. Fire Inspection reports for the Town of Cutler were sent and no violations were found at Eagles Nest, Bethel Bapist Church, and the town hall.

       f. A letter from the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services was sent asking the town to give them a list of all of the tobacco license holders for our       township.   Pam will fill this out and send it in.

    4. COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

      a. Martin talked to Todd Kellner to have him talk to George about Lot #5 in       Cranberry Creek and between George and Todd they will find out if the fire sign       has been paid or not.

    5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

      a. Ordinance Work Night- nothing new to report. 

      b. Closure of Guy Road – Martin received all of the minutes and sent them in, and       he called the railroad but Richard Ellingson will be out of the office until       January 5th.  

 6.    HIGHWAY MAINTNENACE:

      a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Martin called Dennis at the county but didn't get   a straight answer from him regarding the cross walk by       Bethel Bapist Church.  He       said that we could paint the symbols on the road.  There       currently are signs that       are posted for pedestrians.  Jim commented that once his   supply runs out for the   signs we will start ordering the right ones.  Terry commented that there should be       a sign for St. John's Cemetery-is this the town's responsibility or the county's?        Martin will call Dennis and ask him.  

         7. NEW BUSINESS:

     a.  Caucus Date – January 10th at 6:30p.m.  

   8. PAYMENT OF VOUCHER'S:  

      Various bills were presented and paid.

   9. OPEN DISCUSSION:

      a. Terry stated that she got the tax bills out.  There was a problem with the       addresses for the personal property's  the changes that Terry had sent were not       done so she has some that will probably come back.  Terry would also like to make sure that next month Jesse will be issued a check for her time helping her with the website.         

      b. Jim Hayward just wanted to say that Jim has done a great job of plowing snow!       

   10. DATE OF NEXT TOWN BOARD MEETING – January 10th-immediately following the caucus.

    11. MEETING ADJOURNED:

      Curt made a motion to adjourn. Jim seconded the motion. Motion carried. 

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 7:10p.m.                                                            Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk  








                                
                                                             


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                                 CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING
                                  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH 2010 6:45PM
                                                     CUTLER TOWN HALL
                                                       N10846 2ND AVE
                                                 CAMP DOUGLAS,  WI  54618 

Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman, Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 5 individuals present. (In attendance were 5 town officials, 5 town residents Jim Brown, Jimmy Brown,George DeLap, Kathy Bieze, and Heather Bieze.  

1.  CALL TO ORDER:  Martin called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday, November 8th at 6:45 p.m., at the Cutler Town Hall. 

2.  TREASURER'S REPORT:  Terry went through the October financial report. Terry commented that Camp Douglas Rescue still hasn't sent through the check which was made out in September.  Pam will call them. Jim made a motion to approve the September financial report.  Curt seconded. Motion carried.

   3.  CLERK'S REPORT: 
      a. Pam had Martin sign the 2011 Camp Douglas Rescue Contract.  The total cost of    our contract will be $1,672.32.

      b. At the November 2nd election Eleanor Jensen replaced Mary Chambers who could not       attend.  The next election will be in February 2011. 

      4. COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

      a. Jim and Terry attended the meeting for Volk Field Hardwood Range Joint Land Use       Study on October 20th.  There was a lot of discussion but no decisions were made.    The county board is allowed three votes which the townships didn't like that idea. 

      They didn't invite cranberry growers to this meeting. The committee also forgot to       invite Ed Brooks, and Dale Schultz.  The committee also doesn't want crop dusting   in their air space.  After some heated discussions the three county guys left so       the meeting was over. There could be a lot of changes for townships. There will be      another meeting sometime in the Spring of 2011. 

      b. Martin received an email confirmation that they got his packet of info that he   did for Paserware. 

      c. Martin received the $60 refund for the class he didn't attend. Martin mentioned       that there is another workshop on November 15th in Tomah if Jim B. would be interested       in attending. Jim didn't think he would attend. 

      d. Martin had the Eisfelt road bridge inspected because of the truck traffic going to the marsh.  He wanted to make sure that the bridge could handle the traffic.        According to the inspection this bridge was built back in 1969, and it still is a       good bridge that can handle the traffic.  The bridge is rated at 35 tons per lane   of traffic. Nothing needs to be done to the bridge.      

      e.  Martin commented that Dennis at the Highway Department at Juneau County was        contacted by Bethel Bapist Church to consider putting in a crosswalk.  The cross       walk will be on the south side of the hill, and the county would put it in for       approximately $150 and will bill the township. I forgot to add this to this   month's agenda.  Can we talk about it in Open Discussion?  

      f. Martin stated that he would donate for the cost of shouldering Mulloney Road. A       bill from Scott should be arriving for $6,000. Martin has donated       $5,550 so       far, and Pam will let Martin know when the bill comes and he will donate      the       rest to cover the bill.  

   5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

      a. Ordinance Work Night- nothing new to report. 

      b. Closure of Guy Road – Martin stated that the State didn't know anything about    the closure of Guy Road.  We need to find all the minutes from the past couple of       years and send them to the state.  Pam will find them and send them to Martin. 

      c. Justin Dettinger Refund- the work has been done and the check will be sent. 

6.  HIGHWAY MAINTNENACE:

      a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim commented that he did the last of the grading.        He will be cleaning up trees and mowing.  He bought another power unit for his       mower. Jim stated that he will have three mowers going.  Jim has also been    bringing in his schedule of work that he has been doing for the town. 

      b. A motion was made by Jim. Seconded by Curt to payoff the balance due of $10,000 to Scott Construction.  Motion carried.

   7. NEW BUSINESS:

      a. Veolia- Dale Mark a representative from Veolia spoke about this company and      how it could service our township.  Martin commented that we currently are involved with the CRAM program which the township residents take their garbage to   the landfill.  The landfill may close in 5 years or less.  Dale stated that we    could do some garbage and recycling pickup in the township.  They would supply us   with a container.  You would not need to sort your recyclables.  You could bill   the   town residents individually by household either once or twice a month.  At    Eagles Nest a dumpster could be provided which could cost approximately $200      a     month. There would be one for garbage and one for recyclables.  The board   will talk to the townspeople at the Annual Meeting in April.  The board asked if there       could be a service provided for tire recycling. Dale thought that they could work       out a day that they could set up a place to pickup old tires, tvs, do a annual       clean-up in the township.  The board liked this idea.  The board will be in   contact with Dale next year after our annual meeting.      

   8. PAYMENT OF VOUCHER'S: 

      Various bills were presented and paid. 

   9. OPEN DISCUSSION:

      a. Terry commented that Jesse figured out how to put the Building Ordinance on      our website, and that the town should pay for her time.  At next month's meeting a      check will be issued for Jesse.  The board will decide on how much. 

      b. Pam commented that the Caucus can be held at the January board meeting which       will be on January 10th. Martin will not be here, but will do a phone conference       call.      

      c. George commented that he has been contacted by James Wagi concerning his fire sign.        Curt had called Todd Kellner and told Todd to talk to George about this. Martin will       call Todd and find out what is going on. 

  10. DATE OF NEXT TOWN BOARD MEETING – December 13th-6:30p.m. 

  11. MEETING ADJOURNED:

      Curt made a motion to adjourn. Jim seconded the motion. Motion carried.

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 8:30p.m.
                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk







                                          CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING 
                                             MONDAY, OCTOBER 11TH 2010 7:00PM

                                                          CUTLER TOWN HALL 
                                                              N10846 2ND AVE
                                                    CAMP DOUGLAS, WI 54618

Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman, Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 8 individuals present. (In attendance were 5 town officials,3 town residents Jim Brown, Jimmy Brown, and Leslie Peterson.

1. CALL TO ORDER: Martin called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday, October 8th at 7p.m., at the Cutler Town Hall.

2. TREASURER'S REPORT: Terry stated that she had two people who wanted to pay their taxes she told them that they will not be ready until December. Terry commented that s
we will look at he has 2 delinquent personal property taxes left Dan Kreuzer and Maggie & Harold Piantino. Terry went through the September financial report. Jim made a motion to approve the September financial report. Curt seconded. Motion carried.

3. CLERK'S REPORT:

a. Pam received 2 building permits from Todd Kellner. One for James & Denise Wagi the other from Sandy Larson.

b. The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin sent a letter to inform the town about the application for the 50MW, Biomass-fired Co generation Facility in the Village of Rothschild in Marathon WI.

c. Wisconsin Department of Revenue sent a letter to the town indicating that we will receive $12,458 of our 2010 shared revenue on November 15th.

d. Tomah Coop Services delivered 45 gallons of LP to bring our tank to 80%. We have a balance of $2,937.64 left for the rest of this year and into next.
e. Veolia sent a letter describing what they can do for recycling and solid waste. A representative was suppose to be here tonight but didn't make it – we will have Gary check and see if they can attend next month's meeting.

f. North Central Wisconsin Regional Planing Commission sent a letter informing the town that they were awarded a grant from the Office of Economic Adjustment of the Department of Defense to conduct a Joint Land Use Study for Volk Field and the Hardwood Range. They will be holding a organizational meeting on October 20th at the Necedah Town Hall.

4. COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

a. Martin received the same letter from North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission he would like someone to attend the meeting and will also sign the resolution supporting a Joint Land Use Study. Jim commented that he will try to make the meeting.

b. Martin stated that he did not make the meeting for the Road Maintenance in Eau Claire on September 16th. Pam will see if the town will receive a refund.

c. Martin received a notice that Bear Bluff will be having a meeting on October 7th for their Smart Growth.

d. Martin finished the Paserware info for our roads that had work done on them this year he added Mulloney Road, 2nd Ave., and Guy Road.

5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

a. Ordinance Work Night- nothing new to report.

b. Closure of Guy Road – nothing new to report.

c. Justin Dettinger Refund- Martin and Jim commented that the work doesn't look like it was done. Martin will ask again and will let Pam know.

6. HIGHWAY MAINTNENACE:

a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim commented that they have done with the mowing. Jim stated that the refuge pretty much has everything shut down. 5th has plugs in it due to the heavy rain. The snowmobile bridge has a beaver dam that is holding water up on the roads people are getting stuck. The board suggested that Jim put up some signs that say soft shoulders. Jim patched the pothole by Dan Woggon's- Martin suggested that the culvert should be replaced before the end of Fall. Jim stated that they will grade 22nd Ave. The Fiber Optic Company left a mess on the shoulder when they did their work Martin will contact them to see if they can fix it. Jim stated that we have a good stock pile of sand/salt mixture won't have to get any for awhile.

7. NEW BUSINESS:

a. Budget Workshop- Workshop will be held on November 8th at 6p.m. Immediately following will be the town board meeting.

b. North Central Regional Planning Commission- The resolution signed- a motion by Jim. Seconded by Curt. Motion carried. If Jim can't attend the meeting on the 20th Martin will see if he can go.



c. CRAM-Martin stated that they had their meeting, but he wasn't notified. Martin spoke with Sharon and she told him that they are still discussing closing the landfill in 5 years. Under our contract last year the town paid $508.68. The board decided that we will stay with CRAM, but some options for the township. Terry will put some information on the website about the recycling and also in her tax bills.

8. PAYMENT OF VOUCHER'S:

Various bills were presented and paid.

9. OPEN DISCUSSION:

a. Terry stated that our town website maintenance is due for $50. Martin stated that Cutler Cranberry would pay for it. Terry will be meeting with Jesse to discuss some options to increase our website volume.

b. Pam stated that the Fall Election will be held on Tuesday, November 2nd. Her election workers are Ken Boivin, Kathy Bieze, and Mary Chambers. Polls open from 7am-8pm.

c. Curt put up a new flag at the town hall.

10. DATE OF NEXT TOWN BOARD MEETING – November 8th-immediately following the Budget Workshop.

11. MEETING ADJOURNED:

Jim made a motion to adjourn. Curt seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Meeting Adjourned at 7:50p.m.

Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk                                         



  
                                              CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING

                                               TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH 2010 6:00PM

                                                              CUTLER TOWN HALL

                                                                   N10846 2ND AVE

                                                            CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618 

Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 9 individuals present. (In attendance were 4 town officials,5 town residents Jim Brown, Jimmy Brown,Leslie Peterson, Gary Everts, and Jennifer Everts.  Curt Jorgensen was absent from this meeting. 

1.  CALL TO ORDER:  Martin called the monthly town board meeting to order Tuesday, September 7th at 6p.m., at the Cutler Town Hall. 

2.  TREASURER'S REPORT:  Terry stated that she has 4 delinquent personal property's to collect.  After discussion the board would like her to post this info on the website.  Terry went through the August financial report. Martin made a motion to approve the August financial report.  Jim seconded. Motion carried.  

3.  CLERK'S REPORT:

      a. The Department of Natural Resources sent a letter containing all of the land in our town who are enrolled in the County Forest Law. (CFL) 

      b. Department of Transportation sent a letter that the Local Road Certification Packet       was sent to the Town Chairman.  The materials and instructions for our town will       certify if all roads and streets are eligible for General Transportation Aids.  This       info is due by October 22nd. 

      c. Tomah Coop sent an invoice stating that we have 2014 gallons of prepay for the       year.  Our total we have available is $3,000.61. 

      d. Camp Douglas Rescue sent info regarding the cost for the 2011 contract.  The cost       will be $5.36 per capita, and 2012 will be $5.47 per capita.  Our estimated town       population 312. 

      e. A letter was sent from the Juneau County Council of the American Legion inviting       elected officials of Juneau County to their annual salute to officials that provide       the needed services for our citizens.  The program will be held on Thursday, September       16th at the American Legion Post 115 in Elroy.  Dinner at 7pm, Meeting at 8pm. 

   4. COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

      a. Martin commented that he has been working on the information that was sent to    him and commented that he seen no changes except for the seal coating that we did       on Mulloney Road and Second Ave. Martin commented that the town should show on the     state plat map that Guy Road is now closed.  We will no longer receive road aids    for Guy Road. 

      b. Martin received the Volk Express which is a newsletter that explains what Volk       Field is all about, and also explains some of the activities that take place there.   

      c. Martin stated that Dan Woggon approached him about the pot holes down by his       road, and was wondering when Jim Brown was going to fix them.  The culvert also       needs to be replaced on River Road by Dan Woggon. 

      d. Martin had wrote a letter to Fred Becker giving him permission to move his wood       harvesters and skidders on the town roads.  It stated it was on 12th, but second       letter was sent because the work was on 6th and 12th.  This is good until       8/21/2010.
 

   5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

      a. Ordinance Work Night- nothing new to report.      

      b. Closure of Guy Road – nothing new to report. 

6.  HIGHWAY MAINTNENACE:

      a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim commented that this past month he has been       cutting trees from last winter.  Gene Parker took out 9 more beavers.  Jim was       grading and noticed water on the road.  He called Gene and he took 4 more out on    12th St. Jim will be mowing by the end of the week.  Tom Winter will be coming in to do pulp size lengths from wood that the town had cut on 3rd Ave. 15th St. 

   7. NEW BUSINESS:

      a. Cutler Volunteer Fire Company- second payment of $18,000 will be made tonight. 

      b. Refund to Justin Dettinger/Derek Atkins $75- discussion was made about the refunds.        The board decided to send Derek his check, but after discussing the refund for Justin       the board found out that there was some damage to the town's ball field.  Martin will       talk to Justin and will let Pam know if she needs to send the check to him. 

   8. PAYMENT OF VOUCHER'S: 

      Various bills were presented and paid. 

   9. OPEN DISCUSSION:

      a.  Discussion was made about the garbage and where do we take it once the    landfill is closed.  Gary Everts spoke with Veolia and they would be willing to be     at one of our town meetings.  Gary will find out and let Pam know. 

      b. Tree Cutting- Should we send letters out next year when the tree cutting machine       comes through to the town residents that own land along a town road? The town can just       cut the trees that are in the road right of way, but it may be better to talk to the       landowners first. 

  10. DATE OF NEXT TOWN BOARD MEETING – October 11th – 7p.m. 

  11. MEETING ADJOURNED:

      Jim made a motion to adjourn.  Martin seconded the motion. Motion carried. 

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 6:55p.m.
                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk                                          

                                                                        
   
   

                           


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                                                              DELINQUENT TAX REPORT

                                        THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE ARE DELINQUENT

DAN KREUZER-----------------------------------------------------$30.98

HAROLD & MAGGIE PIANTINO-------------------------------------$444.17

                                                       CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING

                                                             MONDAY, AUGUST 9TH 2010 6:00PM

                                                                           CUTLER TOWN HALL

                                                                                N10846 2ND AVE

                                                                       CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618
 

Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman,Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 8 individuals present. (In attendance were 5 town officials,3 town residents Jim Brown, Jimmy Brown, and Leslie Peterson. 

 1.  CALL TO ORDER:  Martin called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday, August 9th at 6p.m., at the Cutler Town Hall.

 2.  TREASURER'S REPORT:  Terry went through the July financial report.  Terry received a payment from Todd DeBrozzo for $68.35. Terry stated that Maggie Piantino no longer works at Walmart. Terry received a phone call from John Stastny he would like to open up a boarding/kennel for dogs in the township.  Terry commented that she couldn't issue dog license because it's a kennel.  Martin will call the county and find out what we need to do.  Terry will talk to Kathy Stevenson from All Creatures Great and Small to get some input on this.

3.  CLERK'S REPORT:

      a. Ron Dalzell & Scott Waltemath were issued building permits.  Martin will call       Todd to find out if Sandy McGinnis has a building permit.   
      b. Discussion was made about Derek Atkins bachelor party which is being held at     the fire house on August 28th.  The board asked if we received any money.  Pam     stated no.  Martin will contact Howie to find out what is going on.
      c. Tomah Coop sent the info for the lp.  The cost for 2010-2011 will be $1.49 a       gallon.  The board would like to spend the same amount as last, but would like to       know the amount of credit we had left.  Pam will call the coop and find out.  A       check will be issued before September 1st.
      d. Pam received a letter from the Juneau County Land, Forestry and Parks      regarding the county's participating in the UTV Pilot Program in which they passed      a resolution.  A township within the county that does not wish to participate in       the UTV Pilot Program will need to pass a resolution opting out of the program.  If anyone has any questions about this program they can contact the DNR 888-936-  7463.
      f. All maintenance on the voting machine passed the inspection.

   4. COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

      a. Martin received info on the Winter Road Maintenance Workshop and would like to       attend on September 16th in Eau Claire.  

   5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

      a. Ordinance Work Night- nothing new to report.
      b. Bridge Inspection Report – done.  Pam will send a copy to the county.
      c. Closure of Guy Road – nothing new to report.   

 6.  HIGHWAY MAINTNENACE:

      a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim commented that they are done mowing.  They are       also done with the patching of the blacktop.  Discussion was made about the east       side of 6th up in the refuge.  The refuge is filling in the ditches to change it       back into wetlands.  Martin will take a look, and also talk to the new manager at   the refuge.  Jim also commented that Dennis Nowicki didn't have any road permits.       Martin commented that the grading on Eisfelt Road isn't the best.  It doesn't look   like it's been done in awhile. This needs to be done asap.  The board discussed the 3rd mowing-Jim stated that once Lambert takes out the trees it should save time   time mowing. The board discussed that maybe the 3rd pass mowing should be done    every other year?  Lambert will be in after July 15th to start       cutting trees.  Jim     Hayward commented that we need Jim to started recording   everything he does so   that we have a record of the work he does.  Jim will get       that to the board for the     next meeting.  Jim also stated that a culvert is collapsing down by Woggon's on 
      2nd .  Martin commented that a culvert on Eisfelt will be replaced by    Cutler       Cranberry.  

    7. NEW BUSINESS:

     a. Cutler Volunteer Fire Co. 2% Fire Dues Payment- a check for $579.23 will be       issued tonight.
     b. Election/September 14th- A primary will be held for the county sheriff's race,       state governor's race, and legislative race.        c.  A motion was made by Jim. Seconded by Curt to pay Scott $50,000, and also to    pay and additional $1,000 to Jim Brown for mowing. Motion carried.

    8. PAYMENT OF VOUCHER'S: 

      Various bills were presented and paid. 

   9. OPEN DISCUSSION:

      a.  The ATV signs have been put up.      

      b.  Terry stated that she got some info on pens for the township.  They are   only .39 each.  Terry will order some for the town.

   10. DATE OF NEXT TOWN BOARD MEETING – Tuesday, September 7th 6p.m. 

  11. MEETING ADJOURNED:

      Jim made a motion to adjourn.  Curt seconded the motion. Motion carried. 

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 7p.m.

                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk

                                                            CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING

                                                               MONDAY, JUNE 14TH 2010 7:00PM

                                                                                CUTLER TOWN HALL

                                                                                  N10846 2ND AVE

                                                                          CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618


Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman,Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 15 individuals present. (In attendance were 5 town officials, and 10 town residents Jim Brown, Jimmy Brown, Gary & Jennifer Everts, Leslie Peterson, Linda & David Chojnacki,George DeLap,Rick Sturek and Jerry Cramer.   

1.  CALL TO ORDER: Martin called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday, June 14th at 7:00 PM, at the Cutler Town Hall. 

2.  MINUTES: Curt made a motion to accept the monthly town board meeting minutes from May 10th, 2010.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

3.  TREASURER'S REPORT: Terry went through the May financial report. Terry received    money from a delinquent personal property.  There are 7 left to collect for a total of $858.31. Curt made a motion to accept the May treasurer's report. Jim seconded. Motion carried. 

4.  CLERK’S REPORT:
    a. Pam received a letter from LUCA thanking the town for participating in the 2010 decennial census.

    b. Justin Dettinger put a deposit of $100 to rent the town hall on Saturday, August 21st for his wedding and reception. 

    c. A letter from the state requires that the town send them how much we spent of emergency services for 2009. This info has to be mailed back by July 28th. 

    d. A fire inspection report was done and there were no violations found. 

    e. A letter from the Juneau County District Attorney's office was sent asking the town if they would help in seeking adults over the age of 25 who would make a good monitor for their Misdemeanor Diversion Program. A federal grant was issued to the county which would target young offenders from the age of 17-25.    

    f. The town received a disk containing the Town of Byron Comprehensive Plan. 

5.  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

    a. Martin also received a letter from LUCA thanking the town for participating. 

    b. Martin received a survey map from the county for Emery Roberts. 

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

    a. Ordinance Work Night -  no updates at this time. 

    b. Bridge Inspection Report – Jim Brown stated that he was done with this project and will complete the paper work. 

    c. Closure of Guy Road- Martin stated that he called and asked them if there was any special paperwork that needed to be done.  They told him no, but hopefully within a year the town should get a check from the railroad, and within 2 years the state should send us one from them. 

    d. Jim Brown's Contract – Pam updated Jim's contract and the board signed it. Jim mentioned after the meeting that his payment was not the right totals.  Pam will update and bring back to the board for them to sign next month. 

7.  HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE:

    a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim called Gene Parker and told him to go back into the refuge he got 6 more beaver on 12th St.  Martin called Meadow Valley Sandhill to find out what roads would be issued firewood permits, and told them that the trees will be laid down in the woods.  Lamberts figure that there is about 2 days worth of work. They will start on 15th and will finish up on 3rd St.  Martin suggested to get them up on the west side of 3rd and then put them on 6th to finish if time permits get them up on 4th & 5th St. by Ella Michele's place and then down by Elmer Georgesons. The board would like about 20 hours of work for $2,500. Martin will call Neil.  A motion was made by Jim.  Seconded by Curt. Motion carried.   

8.  NEW BUSINESS:

    a. Bear Bluff ATV Club – Gary stated that they got permission from the landowners that they needed now they need the town's approval for 19th St. up to the bridge. The club will be putting up 4x3 signs that have speed limit of 10mph and also private property signs and info.  The board asked who does this benefit.  Gary commented that it benefits Rick Shirley, Dave Fisher, and Jerry Cranmer.  The board would like to make sure that the town has nothing to do with the landowner's agreements with the ATV Club. Martin commented that he feels in the future there will be issues with ATV's and the landowner's.  A motion was made by Jim. Seconded by Curt. Martin voted no. Motion carried.

   b. Eagles Nest Liquor & Operator's License – The board reviewed the applications for liquor, operator's, and cigarette. Operator license were issued to Barb Davison, William Davison, Mary Schulze, Tim Dailey, and Kim Dailey.  No operator license was issued to Tina Murphy until she supply the town with her bartender course card.  Pam will call Terry and let me know. The liquor and cigarette license were also issued.  A motion was made by Jim. Seconded by Martin.  Motion carried. 

   c. Carl Nelson Animal Shelter – they were a no show. 

   d. Bid Opening's – Scott Construction was the only one that sent the town bids.  The bids were for 2nd Ave. and Mulloney for a double seal coat.  A double seal for Mulloney will cost $40,583.76, and 2nd will cost $39.744.30. for a total of $80,328.06. Discussion was made, and the board approved the bids.  Motion was made by Jim. Seconded by Martin.  Motion carried.  Martin will call Kyle to set up a time.
 

9. PAYMENT OF VOUCHER'S: 

    Various bills were presented and paid. 

10.OPEN DISCUSSION: None 

11.Date of Next Town Board Meeting- Monday, July 5th-6p.m. 

12. MEETING ADJOURNED:

    Curt made a motion to adjourn.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 8:00p.m.   Pam Jorgensen                                                               


                                                         CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING

                                                                MONDAY, MAY 10TH 2010 7:00PM

                                                                              CUTLER TOWN HALL              

                                                                              N10846 2ND AVE

                                                                       CAMP DOUGLAS, WI 54618

Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman,Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 13 individuals present. (In attendance were 5 town officials, and 8 town residents Jim Brown, Jimmy Brown, Gary & Jennifer Everts, Leslie Peterson, Linda Chojnacki, Larry Jessen, and George DeLap.  

1.  CALL TO ORDER: Martin called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday, May 10th at 7:00 PM, at the Cutler Town Hall. 

2.  MINUTES: Curt made a motion to accept the monthly town board meeting minutes from April 13th, 2010.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried.  

3.  TREASURER'S REPORT: Terry went through the financial report for April. Terry commented that she collected a few more delinquent personal property.  She can't locate  Todd DeBrozzo, and Paul Schultz's tax bill comes back.  She has also seen Maggie DeBrozzo, but she has not paid anything.  Terry stated that she has $861.96 to collect yet.   Curt made a motion to accept the April treasurer's report. Jim seconded. Motion carried. 

4.  CLERK’S REPORT:

    a. Pam stated she received a statement of account from Tomah Cooperative which stated that they transferred the balance of $1,400.61 to an open account.

    b. Pam got a  letter from the WTA stated that they would like all officials and town citizens to contact the Governor to ask him to AB 260 into law.  This law would help level the playing field between towns and cities/villages on at least one aspect of boundary issues. 

    c. Pam will send out our insurance premium of $3,917.00 to Rural Insurance. 

5.  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

    a. Martin stated that he got a letter from the county that our septic will need pumping this year. 

    b. Martin received a letter from Juneau County Public Works Dept. stating that they will be working 4-10 hours day Monday-Thursday 6am-4pm. Office only will be open on Fridays with no outside sales of materials or culverts.

    c. Martin commented that Gene Parker got only one beaver. 

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

    a. Ordinance Work Night -  no updates at this time. 

    b. Bridge Inspection Report – nothing new to report.   

    c. Closure of Guy Road- Curt commented that he noticed they took dirt and gravel out so that the road is completely gone.   

    d. Board of Review May 10th – postpone until June 14th- Open Book will be Thursday, June 3rd from 5pm-7pm.  Board of Review will be held June 14th from 5pm-7pm. 

    e. Results of Road Tour on May 1st – Kyle from Scott stated that a double seal coat would cost roughly $40,000-$45,000 for Second avenue and the same for Mulloney. For a single seal the cost would be approximately $25,000.  It was decided that the town would do a double seal on both roads. A motion was made be Curt. Seconded by Jim.  Motion carried.  Bid notice will go out in the paper.  The board also stated that the balance due to Gerke of $25,000 will be paid tonight. A motion was made by Curt. Seconded by Jim.  Motion carried.

7.  HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE:

    a. Road Report from Jim Brown –Jim stated that he has finished grading the roads.  Jim stated that 6th St. is in bad need of some gravel.  He will continue grading until  the loggers have finished-hope to get Gerke to put gravel in by end of the year.  He will grade Mulloney and 2nd St. Jim will also clean up roughly 10 trees that had gone down in a recent storm. Discussion was made about culverts which fall under the prevailing wage law. We will replace a culvert that collapsed by Dan Woggon. 

NEW BUSINESS:

    a. Jim Brown's Contract – The board asked Jim to keep track of all of his work that he does with the town. Jim commented that he will carry a planner and write everything he does down and will give this to the Clerk to file at the end of the year.  Jim would like to have a 2% wage increase. The board would like to change his number of mowing passes from 2 to 3, and Jim will quote a 4th pass for brush cutting.  Jim stated that Lambert's would cost $120 an hour which just includes cutting trees and laying them down-no removal.  Jim will check with Sand Hill to see if this is ok to do.  Jim will also find out if there is a minimum time on the machine that Lambert's use. 

9.  PAYMENT OF VOUCHERS: 

    Various bills were presented and paid. 

10.OPEN DISCUSSION: 

George DeLap discussed 911 and the problems they are having with people renting and/or owning that haven't been updated in the system. 

11.Date of Next Town Board Meeting- Monday, June 14th- 7p.m. 

12. MEETING ADJOURNED:

    Jim made a motion to adjourn.  Curt seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 8:30p.m.

                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk                                           

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
                  


CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING
TUESDAY, APRIL 13TH 2010 6:10PM
CUTLER TOWN HALL
N10846 2ND AVE
CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618 

Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman,Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 12 individuals present. (In attendance were 5 town officials, and 7 town residents Jim Brown, Jimmy Brown, Kathy Bieze, Gary & Jennifer Everts, Mike & Bobbi Moths.  

1.  CALL TO ORDER: Martin called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday, April 12th at 6:10 PM, at the Cutler Town Hall. 

2.  MINUTES: Curt made a motion to accept the monthly town board meeting minutes from March 8th, 2010.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried.  

3.  TREASURER'S REPORT: Terry went through the financial report for March.  Terry commented that she has 9 delinquent personal properties to collect. The board would like Terry to send out letters.  Terry stated that cd #1 will be coming due on March 15th what should she do?  Jim made a motion to add $5,000 to the cd and to also put it in for one year.  Curt seconded. Motion carried.     Terry stated that on April 5th $27,490.76 will be deposited from the Department of Transportation.  Curt made a motion to pay Gerke part of the amount that we owe them.  Jim seconded.  Motion carried.  At next month's meeting it will be determined the amount to be paid.   Jim made a motion to accept the March's treasurer's report. Curt seconded. Motion carried. 

4.  CLERK’S REPORT:

    a. Pam stated that we had 19 voters for the April election.  Our next election will be in September.    

    b. Pam stated that we will be sending $500 to the county for the matching funds. Jeff from the county had called and stated that the town has a credit of $747.14. 
    c. Tomah Cooperative delivered 231 gallons of lp our balance left is $1,400.61. 

    d. A letter form the State of Wisconsin Department of Revenue stating that after review of new information it is now determined that the town has met the 2009 statutory requirements for compliance and the letter that was sent in October is now rescinded.

     e. Pam commented that we will be paying our Wisconsin Towns Association Annual Membership Dues of $301.60.

5.  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

    a. Martin received information from the census bureau regarding final boundary Validation Program.   

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

    a. Ordinance Work Night -  no updates at this time. 

    b. Bridge Inspection Report – nothing new to report.   

    c. Closure of Guy Road- see Clerk's report.    

    d. Board of Review May 10th – postponement June 14th   

7.  HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE:

    a. Road Report from Jim Brown –Jim stated that he has been cutting brush. Jim also talked to Lamberts and they will chip the brush on 22nd and will get permit to have

equipment on that road since it's an 8 ton road.  Lambert's will cut along the road for for $120 an hour after July 1st.  Jim also commented that most of the grading has been done.  Jim filled in potholes by Bud Peterson's.  Jim also stated that we need to get some gravel by Dick Jessen's place.  On 22nd street we have a bad frost boil-Jim will cal Gerke to bring in a load of gravel. Discussion was made about the furniture-Jim has picked up most of it.   

 8.  NEW BUSINESS:

    a. Road Tour Date- the board will look at meeting on May 15th at 9am, but Martin will call Kyle to see what will work for him.

 9.  PAYMENT OF VOUCHERS: 

    Various bills were presented and paid. 

10.OPEN DISCUSSION: 

Gary Everts discussed that there are some ATV grants available through the DNR.  They hope to get some money to put up signs and also literature to hand out as well.  

Curt made a motion to donate $25 to the Lone Rock Fire Department in memory of Betty Braithwaite. Jim seconded. Motion carried.  Pam will issue check at next month's board meeting. 

Jim Brown asked about his contract.  Pam will put it on next month's agenda.   

11.Date of Next Town Board Meeting- Monday, May 10th- 7p.m.
12. MEETING ADJOURNED:

    Curt made a motion to adjourn.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 6:45p.m.

                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk                                                                                       
            
 

                                                                                                                                                
                                           

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                                    CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING

                                        MONDAY, MARCH 8TH 2010 7:00PM
                                                       CUTLER TOWN HALL
                                                          N10846 2ND AVE
                                                  CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618 

Town Board Members in attendance: Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 7 individuals present. (In attendance were 4 town officials, and 3 town residents Jim Brown, Scott Brown, and Jimmy Brown.   

1.  CALL TO ORDER: Curt called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday,March 8th at 7:00 PM, at the Cutler Town Hall. 

2.  MINUTES: Curt made a motion to accept the monthly town board meeting minutes from February 8th, 2010.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried.  

3.  TREASURER'S REPORT: Terry commented that she received a bad check form Greg Grezeniski the total we have to collect from him with the $10 charge is $151.26.  Terry stated that she has $1,648.77 of delinquent personal property taxes to collect.  Jim made a motion to accept the February treasurer's report. Curt seconded. Motion carried. 

4.  CLERK’S REPORT:

    a. Pam will have to order take up rolls for the voting machine.    

    b. The commissioner of railroads sent an official letter to the town stating that  Guy Road will be closed and Stub Road will have the installation of stop signs on it.

    c. Gerke Excavating sent a statement that the town balance that is owed is $25,000. 

    d.  Tomah Coop delivered 400 gallons of gas our balance left is $1,685.00. 

    e.  Pam received a letter and dvd on the Town of Clearfield's Comprehensive Plan.

    f.  The Department of Natual Resources sent to the town the 2010 Grant Guidelines and Application Book. 

5.  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:
    a. Juneau County Sheriff's Department would like anyone that has a complaint to fill out a form first and go through the town and then thru them?   Is this right? 

    b. Curt told the board that the meeting of the Wisconsin Town's Association that was held on February Martin found out that the county assessment isn't going anywhere for now.  

    c. Curt commented that in the next couple of weeks we will be receiving our census form it only has about 10 questions on it so the board would like to everyone from our township to take time to fill this out and send back as soon as you can. 

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

    a. Ordinance Work Night -  no updates at this time. 

    b. Bridge Inspection Report – nothing new to report.   

    c. Closure of Guy Road- see Clerk's report.   

7.  HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE:

    a. Road Report from Jim Brown –Jim stated that nothing new to report.  The  board would like Jim to talk to Charlie about hauling the sand from Guy Road to the road on 22nd which meets M on the west side.  Jim will talk to Charlie about this. Jim commented that once the snow melts he will get up to the refuge to start cutting brush.  Curt commented that there the spots that need brush cutting are 22nd St north side over by M 5th to M.

8.  NEW BUSINESS:

    a. Camp Douglas Rescue 1st payment – first payment of $808.50 will be paid tonight. 

    b. Spring Election – will be held Tuesday, April 6th. 

    c.  Annual Meeting/Town Board Meeting – Tuesday, April 13th at 6p.m.    

    d.  Board of Review May 10th-Postponement June 14th – Jim and Terry will not be here for the Board of Review.

9.  PAYMENT OF VOUCHERS: 

    Various bills were presented and paid. 

10.OPEN DISCUSSION: 

Pam asked if she could put on the April agenda- Election Worker Pay. 

Jim stated that this needs to be done at the annual meeting. 

11.Date of Next Town Board Meeting- Tuesday, April 13th-after annual meeting. 

12. MEETING ADJOURNED:

                   Curt made a motion to adjourn.  Jim seconded the motion

                    Motion carried.                                  Meeting Adjourned at 7:25p.m.

                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk

                     BOARD OF REVIEW HAS  BEEN SET FOR JUNE 14TH 2010

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

                                 CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING

                                   MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH 2010 7:00PM

CUTLER TOWN HALL
N10846 2ND AVE
CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618 

Town Board Members in attendance: Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 15 individuals present. (In attendance were 4 town officials, and 11 town residents Jerry Cramer, Gary Everts, Jennifer Everts, Kathy Bieze, Tim Bieze, Rick Shisler, Dave Fisher, David Chojnacki,Linda Chojnacki, Jim Brown and Jimmy Brown.  

1.  CALL TO ORDER: Curt called the monthly town board meeting to order Monday, February 8th at 7:00 PM, at the Cutler Town Hall.
2.  MINUTES: Curt made a motion to accept the monthly town board meeting minutes from January 11th, 2010.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 
3.  TREASURER'S REPORT: Terry stated that she has 21 delinquent personal property taxes to collect.  Steve Jorgensen paid his delinquent taxes from last year.  Terry stated that a Rob Malcom's personal property tax bill was put on the tax roll twice and Denise  and Bob told Terry it's not their fault so now the town will have to pay for this tax.  It's $114.37 Pam will have to make a check out  to Terry.  Terry commented that a Mr. Stoner send a letter to complain about his taxes.  Terry stated that the town has to pay for two lottery credits that were not given to Gary Everts for $43.32, and Tim Bieze for $78.96.  Jim made a motion to accept the January treasurer's report. Curt seconded. Motion carried. 

4.  CLERK’S REPORT:

    a. Pam received a timber cutting notice from Joe Bollig and Sons they will be doing some cutting on Vicky Cromey's property.
    b. Pam received a letter for ATC(American Transmission Company) that we are invited to attend a WisDOT North Central Region Annual Utility Conference that will be held at Stoney Creek Inn,Rothschild, WI on February 24th. 
    c. Form C workshops will be given for clerks starting in March.
    d. Pam called Kellner to have him update his contract to include a third line for Martin to sign.  This is a three-year contract versus a one year contract.  Pam will have Martin sign it when he gets back.
    e. A resolution was signed by the board in support of the efforts of the U.S. Bureau to obtain an accurate count for the 2010 decennial census. Terry stated that she took the test to work for the census bureau, but because she is the treasurer she can't work for the bureau because it's a conflict of interest.   

5.  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:
    None 

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
    a. Ordinance Work Night -  no updates at this time.
    b. Bridge Inspection Report – nothing new to report.   

7.  HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE:
    a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim stated that there is nothing new to report. 

8.  NEW BUSINESS:
    a. Cutler Volunteer Fire Company 1st payment of $18,000 will be issued tonight.
    b. Primary Election February 16th- polls open at 7am-8pm. 

9.  PAYMENT OF VOUCHERS:
    Various bills were presented and paid. 

10. OPEN DISCUSSION: Curt commented that we should pay Terry Hayward and Jessica Rezin for their work on setting up our new website.  After discussion Terry and Jessica will be paid $125.00 each plus Terry will be paid $25 each month for maintenance on the website.  Pam will issue Terry a check for $175 and Jessica $125.00. A motion was made by Curt. Seconded by Jim.  Motion carried. 

Bear Bluff ATV update – Gary stated that Larry Fisher signed a waiver to allow ATV's to go on his property.  Jerry and Gary will meet with Ray Crawford in the Spring sometime. Gary stated that the club could get insurance for help protect the board from getting sued.  The landowner's are protected under the berry picking law to allow ATV's on their land.  The board still needs to decided if the town will open up 19th street to the club.  Gary stated that the club can get a grant up to $450 to help with the cost of ATV signs.   

Pam asked the board if we should make another payment to Gerke.  The board would like Pam to pay them $6,999.90 so our balance is $25,000.  Curt made a motion. Jim seconded. Motion carried. 

11. Date of Next Town Board Meeting- Monday, March 8th. 

12. MEETING ADJOURNED:
    Curt made a motion to adjourn.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 7:32p.m.
                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk     

        

 MONDAY, JANUARY 11TH 2010 7:00PM 
CUTLER TOWN HALL
N10846 2ND AVE
CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618 

Town Board Members in attendance: Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 13 individuals present. (In attendance were 4 town officials, and 9 town residents Jerry Cramer, Gary Everts, Jennifer Everts, Kathy Bieze, Danny Bieze, Rick Shisler, Cody Shisler, David Chojnacki, and Linda Chojnacki.  

1.  CALL TO ORDER:
Curt called the Monthly Town Board Meeting to order Monday, January 11th at
7:00 PM, at the Cutler Town Hall.

2.   MINUTES: Curt made a motion to accept the Monthly Town Board Meeting minutes from December 14th, 2009.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

Bear Bluff ATV Club moved to the top of the agenda.  The discussion was about allowing the ATV club to have access on 19th street this would mean that the club would have to get permission from landowners to cross their land to get 19th street.  The trail would go through Larry Fisher's land, and then go through Ray Crawford, and then onto Jerry Cramer's land to get to 19th street. Gary stated that he spoke with Larry and he didn't have a problem with the 4-wheeler's going on his land, Jerry also stated the same thing. Gary hasn't contacted Ray yet, but he commented that Larry would try to contact him. The board also suggested that the club get every landowner's permission in writing.  Gary also stated that they will be putting up signs on the landowner's property about obeying the rules and also a 10mph speed limit will be enforced.  Jim read a letter from Martin stating that the trail should start across from Cramer's driveway and that the town doesn't have anything to do with the trails, but the town does receive all of the complaints.  Jim stated that the board will not make a decision until Martin can discuss this issue. 

3.  TREASURER'S REPORT: Terry stated that her checkbook beginning balance was wrong it should be $2,768.45 not $2,768.51. Terry commented that cd#2 for $11,669.96 will come due on the 16th should she roll it over again. A motion was made by Jim to roll cd#2 over again.  Curt seconded.  Motion carried. Terry commented that Gary Pergande thanked the board for the info on our town's website?  Terry stated that Tim Buban from New Berlin WI who owns land by Cranberry Creek was very upset with his taxes going up 45%.  Tim stated that he felt he was singled out by the township, and had called Bob Conant but felt he didn't get the answers he wanted.  Curt commented that he also spoke with him. Curt tried to explain how the Board of Review process works.  Curt commented that he didn't think Tim really understands how it works, but told Tim that he should go to Open Book next year, and to talk to Bob, and then if he didn't get his issue resolved he could make an appointment with the Clerk to attend Board of Review. Terry commented that she will send Tim a copy of the town's tax  list from last year and this year for him to look at.   Jim made a motion to accept the December treasurer's report. Curt seconded. Motion carried.
 

4.  CLERK’S REPORT:
    a. Pam received our 2010 transportation aid figures.  The town will receive $102,431.52. 
    b. Pam commented that she will get the board and Wally their 2010 w-4's for them to fill out and sign.
    c. Pam received  a certificate of liability insurance from DeLaney Forest Produts
LLC, and Scott Construction.
    d. Pam commented that Tomah Coop Services filled our tank to 80% on 12/10 we have
balance of $2,581.78 available.
    e. Pam received a letter from the county for our matching funds.  The board decided to wait until Martin could sign the letter, and then send a check for $500.   
    f. Pam received a cd from the Juneau County Comprehensive Plan that was adopted on 12/15/09.

5.  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:
    None 

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
    a. Ordinance Work Night -  no updates at this time.
    b. Bridge Inspection Report – nothing new to report.   

7.  HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE:
    a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim was not at this meeting to give his report.

8.  NEW BUSINESS:

    a. Kellner Inspection Contract – the board went through Todd's contract and his contract stated that site built construction will pay $650 per new dwelling up to 1,000 sq. feet for finished living, and 1,000 unfinished for basement area plus .10 per sq.ft. For unfinished over 1,000, .5 a sq. ft. for unfinished over 1,0000, .5 sq. ft. for garage and deck area.  Manufactured (modular) will pay $450 per new dwelling and  .10 sq. ft. for finished basement and .5 for garage and deck.  Additions and alterations $50 per inspection site, and then .10 finished, and .5 for garage, deck and/or unfinished area. The town will also pay $40 per hour for attendance at special meeting, court appearances,etc. Meetings other than scheduled monthly board meetings.  Todd also went from a one-year contact to a three-year contact.  After reviewing the board noticed that Todd needs another signature line for Martin to sign, and they did not approve the contract until Martin can review it also.  Pam will email Todd and get another contract sent to her.   

   b. Eastern Monroe County Rod & Gun Club Fisheree February 6th – the board reviewed the info for the fisheree.  Jim made a motion to approve the picnic license and temporary operator license for Ken Jerdee.  Curt seconded. Motion carried. 

9. PAYMENT OF VOUCHERS:
    Various bills were presented and paid. 

10. OPEN DISCUSSION:

Gary Everts asked if the township is doing well.  The board commented that financially we are doing good, and that we have been doing a lot of roadwork.    

11. Date of Next Town Board Meeting- Monday, February 8th  7pm

12. MEETING AJOURNED:
    Curt made a motion to adjourn.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 7:52p.m.
                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk


MONDAY, DECEMBER 14TH 2009 6:00PM
CUTLER TOWN HALL
N10846 2ND AVE

CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618 

Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman,Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer. Total of 8 individuals present. (In attendance were 4 town officials, and 4 town residents Jim Brown, Gary Everts, Jennifer Everts, and George DeLap.   

1.  CALL TO ORDER:

Martin called the Monthly Town Board Meeting to order Monday, December 14th at

6:00 PM, at the Cutler Town Hall.         

2.  MINUTES: Jim made a motion to accept the Monthly Town Board Meeting minutes from November 9th, 2009.  Martin seconded the motion.  Motion carried.  

3.  TREASURER'S REPORT: Terry went through her reports. She stated that the only delinquent personal property  is Steve Jorgensen.  Robert Jorgensen is now living in number 95 at Eagles Nest.  Terry loaded her software to collect taxes and she got the tax bills out. The township's website is up and running.  Our new website name is www.townshipofcutler.com.  Discussion was made about how many month's minutes we should put on the website.  Terry said that currently we have 3 pages available, but if we add more then it costs the town more a month. She will check into this and let the board know. Martin would like to see a whole year on the website.  Martin made a motion to accept the November treasurer's report. Jim seconded. Motion carried. 

4.  CLERK’S REPORT:

    a. Pam asked the board if they would like to attend the 2010 WTA District Meeting which will be held on February 26th at the Cranberry Country Lodge in Tomah.  Jim and Terry will be gone.  Martin might be able to make it.  Curt will have to work, but Pam will attend. 

    b. A letter was sent from Juneau County board that they will be holding a special meeting on December 14th at 6pm in the county board room to discuss a resolution supporting preparation of a Joint Land Use Study (JLUS)looking at the future of Volk Field and Hardwood Bombing Range.  The JLUS will also consider uses surrounding the Hardwood Range to determine how development in the future is likely to impact the mission and operations of Volk Field. 

    c. Pam received a letter from the State of Wisconsin that the Department of Health Services must obtain a list of retail outlets that sell tobacco products.  Pam filled out the form and sent it back to the state.

    d.  A letter from the Social Security stated that there will be no cost of living increase, and the wage base will remain so the employer and employee tax rates will remain the same for 2010. 

5.  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:

    a. Martin received a letter from the Census Bureau (LUCA) filled out the info and sent it back with his signature. He also got a letter from them asking if any borders have changed in the past 10 years.  

    b.  Martin stated that Sand Hill revoked the Forest Products permit for cutting trees in the right away.  There was a lot of phones calls between agencies, but Sand Hill still didn't agree and would not allow cutting of the trees.  The forester is allowed to cut on the east side of the road, but not on the Sand Hill side.  

    c.  Martin got the Paserware info done.    

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
    a. Ordinance Work Night -  no updates at this time.
    b. Bridge Inspection Report – nothing new to report.
    c. Town Website Update – up and running.
    d. Credit Card for Town – A letter was received from Oakdale Credit Union stating that the Pam and Terry were each issued a card with a $1,000 limit.  All receipts and credit card statements will be reviewed by the board.

7.  HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE:
    a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim stated that he had graded ahead of the loggers before they came in.  He has also been plowing snow.  Jim commented that it's a little rough in the refuge-he sanded and salted as well.   

8.  NEW BUSINESS:
    a. Railroad Crossing Closure Guy Road – the county was in and has dug out the road, put the barriers and road closed signs up.  They will finish the project in the Spring. 

    b.  Election Workers 2010-2012 – Pam had the board review the list of election workers that agreed to work for her.  Chief Inspectors are:  Mary Chambers, Ken Boivin, and Nicole Krause.  The election inspectors are:  Eleanor Jensen, Catherine Neustadter, Kathy Bieze, Donna Matthias,George DeLap, and Sheri Georgeson.  

9. PAYMENT OF VOUCHERS:
    Various bills were presented and paid.        

10. OPEN DISCUSSION:
    a. $18,000 will be paid for Gerke tonight.  Balance due is $32,000.

11.  Date of Next Town Board Meeting – Monday, January 11th 7pm

12. MEETING AJOURNED:
    Jim made a motion to adjourn.  Martin seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

Meeting Adjourned at 7:30p.m.

                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk                             
 
                       
November 9th, 2009 Meeting Minutes:
CUTLER MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING
MONDAY,NOVEMBER 9th, 2009 5:40PM
CUTLER TOWN HALL
N10846 2ND AVE
CAMP DOUGLAS, WI  54618
Town Board Members in attendance: Martin Potter; Chairman, Curt Jorgensen; Supervisor, Jim Hayward; Supervisor, Pam Jorgensen; Town Clerk, and Terry Hayward; Treasurer.    
1.  CALL TO ORDER:
Martin called the Monthly Town Board Meeting to order Monday, November 9th at
5:40 PM, at the Cutler Town Hall.     
2.  MINUTES:
Curt made a motion to accept the Monthly Town Board Meeting minutes from October 12th, 2009.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried.  

3.  TREASURER'S REPORT:
Terry went through her report.  Terry received some a brochure on how to obtain a Home Improvement Loan Grant Program- she will include this in her tax bills.  Jim made a motion to accept the September 2009 financial report. Curt seconded.  Motion carried. 

4.  CLERK’S REPORT:
    a. We received $51.09 for the capital credit from Oakdale Electric.
    b. Pam asked the board if we should do the resolution for the Joint Land Use.  The board decided to wait and see what we hear from North Central.

5.  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD:
    a. Martin commented that the town’s assessment went up to 32.5 million.  Finley 2.2 million. Is this right?
    b. Martin received a letter from the county that Kathy Jorgensen is the new 911 coordinator, and that we should send who our contact for the town is.  Martin will give this to George.  
    c. Martin finished PASERWARE payment ratings for the town.
    d. Town of Clearfield has invited us to attend their public meeting on their comprenshensive plan on December 9th.   

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
    a. Ordinance Work Night – nothing new to report.  
    b. Bridge Inspection Report – nothing new to report.
    c. Board of Review - will be on Thursday, Novembr 19th  5pm-7pm.
    d. Open Book - will be Thursday, November 12th   4pm-6pm. 
    e. TRIP Program Update – Martin stated that he didn’t get on the committee.  We won’t receive funds next year.
    f. Town Website – Terry stated that she is still waiting on the cd, and once she gets it she will be working with Jesse on it.  Tim Cram from Cram’s Computer had to come out to the town hall and updated our router.  

7.  HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE:
    a. Road Report from Jim Brown – Jim stated that they finished mowing.  They also got gravel on 6th and 25th.  Patched potholes.  Put up the stop sign on stub road. They will start grading this week.  Martin commented that he has been getting phone calls about the conditions of the roads, and would like Jim to take care of it.  Jim asked if someone took the yield sign down on Guy? Curt stated that the county called and they took them down and dropped them off at the town hall. Martin stated that he got a call from Dennis at the county and Dennis asked Martin if they could take care of taking out Guy Road?  Dennis told him that if they were there to take their side of the tracks out they might as well take ours out too.  The county will remove the gravel and blacktop, and will dispose of it for us.  The board asked Jim if he got the rip rap at JFK’s done?  Jim hopes to by next month.  

Martin stated that he tried calling Bethany from Lambert’s Forest Products and he never got a call back he asked Jim if he would take care of it.   

Jim stated that he will order a load of salt/sand to get started with.

8.  NEW BUSINESS:
    a. Budget Workshop – the public hearing and special town meeting will be held on Monday, November 23rd at 5pm.
    b. Railroad Crossing Closure Guy Rd – county is hoping to start removing the road by the middle of November. We will leave this on the agenda.  
    c. Credit Card for Town – the clerk and treasurer has requested that they each be issued a credit card for purchases for the town.  They would only need a limit of $500-$1,000.  Pam will check with Oakdale to see what the limit starts off at, and will get the paperwork for the clerk and treasurer.  The credit card bills would be approved just like the vouchers are done.  A motion was made by Jim, seconded by Curt.  Motion approved.  

9. PAYMENT OF VOUCHERS:
    Various bills were presented and paid.

10. OPEN DISCUSSION:
    a. Jim Brown commented that Krizan got his ramps built for his driveway.
    b. Pam commented that she will be contacting her election workers and will present a list to the board at next months meeting.

11.  Date of Next Town Board Meeting – Monday, December 14th- 6pm

12. MEETING AJOURNED:
    Curt made a motion to adjourn.  Jim seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

                                    Meeting Adjourned at 6:40p.m.
                                    Pamela Jorgensen, Clerk

                              TOWN OF CUTLER TREASURER REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 2010


Checkbook beginning balance                  $2,258.44
Transfer from Money market                 $23,400.00
                                                       $25,658.44
Payments for the month                      ($23,743.00)
check book bal                                     $1,915.44



Money Market Bal                                $41,740.49
Transfer to Checking                          ($23,400.00)
                                                       $18,340.49
Deposit into Market                             $18,068.90
interest                                                  $22.37
Money market bal                                $36,431.76


CD#1 $22,368.63                     CD#2 $11,835.96 


Checkbook             $1,915.44
Money M              $36,431.76
CD #1                  $22,368.63
CD #2                  $11,835.96
TOTAL BAL.           $72,551.79      

                                 


Terry D. Hayward, treasurer DECEMBER 13, 2010