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April 11, 2018

Chairman Harlan Barkley called the meeting of the Board of Commissioners for the LGLP&RD to order at 7:02 pm.  Present, Treasurer Dick Schneider, County Representative Katie Mehn, Town of Green Lake Representative Tom Zick, Secretary Renee Braun and Lake Liaison Mike Ross. There were three residents in attendance.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – All stood to say the Pledge of Allegiance.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA – Motion by Schneider and seconded to approve agenda. Motion passed.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Motion by Mehn and seconded to accept the minutes of

March 14, 2018.  Motion passed.

FINANCIAL REPORT – Schneider presented the financial report for March.

February Building Debt Service Fund Account Balance is $7,577.80, Debt Service Fund Account Balance is $13,266.78, Equipment Repair and Replacement Fund Account balance is $8,342.91, General Checking Account had deposits totaling $140,981.31, the expenses were $4,091.81 and income of $9,409.21 leaving a balance of $140,981.31. Savings account balance $45,670.25. Dick Schneider stated that compared to 2017, the total balance is slightly higher because expenses were down due to a mortgage reduction.

The report was reviewed and filed for audit.

SEWER FINANCIAL REPORT – Due to an error on the January report Mike Ross resubmitted the January report and added February, and March reflecting the correction. March General Checking Account balance is $12,111.24.  Savings Account balance is $331,616.93. CMAR balance is $17,201.57 Environmental Fund loan balances are $931,196.69 and $26,623.25.  Ross stated that he transferred $20,000.00 from saving to checking to pay for sewer pump panels, and utility bills. The reports were reviewed and filed for audit.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

LAKE PLANNING PROGRESS – Harlan received the full plan from Onterra.  The Committee will review it and Harlan will give an overview presentation at the annual meeting.

HERBICIDE TREATMENT PERMIT UPDATE – Aaron will conduct a pretreatment survey.  Bids were submitted for the herbicide treatment.  Consideration was given to the type of chemical used and the handling of the chemical. Clean Lakes Inc. offered the best price along with the requested criteria.

2017 AUDIT PLANS –  Committee is not ready yet.

ANNUAL MEETING PLANNING –Packet will be sent out by April 19th. Items included in the packet are Annual Meeting Agenda, Last year’s Annual Meeting Minutes, State of the Lake Letter, Budget information and a copy of public notice for herbicide treatment with the RSVP for the cook out.  Anna Cisaria is a Golden Sands, an Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Coordinator will attend the meeting as will WDNR Chris Kolaniski.

BUG TUSSEL PROPOSAL – Harlan is waiting for Bug Tussel to submit a letter of resolution to support Bug Tussel installing a tower for broadband in our area.

PUMP HOUSE LEASE EXTENSION – The extended lease has signed by all parties. The lease ends on December 31, 2020.

NEW BUSINESS –

HARVESTER SCHEDULE AND OPERATORS – Mike Ross will need an additional operator.

CORRESPONDENCE – Ray Sanitation sent a letter informing the District of their additional cleaning service to the Port-A-Potties at the landings. The Board opted out of the additional services and fee.

OTHER BUSINESS - The County is implementing a Statewide ID system for Commissioners which will allow them to enter secured areas during a limited access event, such as in a flooding event.

ADJOURN - Motion by Tom Zick to adjourn and seconded.  Motion carried 8:30 pm


NEXT MEETING:  May 9, 2018 at 7pm