SEWER & WATER UTILITY
Minutes of a Monthly Meeting
Monday, February 11, 2013
Trustees of the Village of Brandon, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin met in the Village of Brandon Board Room on Monday, February 11, 2013.
President Steve Tetzlaff called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m. and presided. Village Clerk Vande Zande recorded the minutes of the meeting.
The following trustees were present: Diane Horvath, Annette Henker, Dave Tarr, Carole DeCramer, Michael Walgenbach and Kurt Krohn.
The following were present in the audience: Department of Public Works Director Vance Henning; Fire Chief Ryan Redmann; Charlene Strook; Marcia Clifford of General Code; and Peter TeBeest, Chris Kuhn and Pastor Laura Yates of United Methodist Church.
On a motion by Trustees DeCramer/Tarr, unanimously carried on a roll call vote, the Board approved February, 2013 payments as attached.
On a motion by Trustees Tarr/Horvath, unanimously passed on a voice vote, the Board approved the minutes of the January 14, 2013 utility meeting.
Vance Henningreported the Hwy 49 project from Waupun to Brandon will be coming into the Village limits and there will be utilities under the construction area. There will be a meeting regarding the project closer to the date of construction.
Trustee Walgenbach discussed amending resolution 2011-3. Village Attorney Wurtz recommended omitting names from the ordinance. Also, the wrong infrastructure fee is listed and would need to be corrected. Walgenbach would also like to include an example and stamp it “example”. On a motion by Trustees Henker/Walgenbach, unanimously passed on a roll call vote, the Board approved changes to resolution 2011-3, by removing names, and correcting the infrastructure fee.
Henning reported they will be replacing a valve at a cost of $3500, on the corner of Lockin and Washington St., Wednesday, February 13, 2013. In order to find the other leak, this valve must first be replaced.
No other business came before the Board. The Board adjourned at 7:11 pm on a motion by Trustees Tarr/Horvath and unanimously passed on a voice vote.