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November 10, 2020

Chairman Jim Clark called the meeting of the Board of Commissioners for the LGLP&R to order at 6:00pm. Present: Treasurer Jack Goes, Secretary Renee Braun, Town of Green Lake Representative Tom Zick, County Representative Katie Mehn and Lake Liaison Mike Ross. There were no residents in attendance.

Pledge of Allegiance – All stood to say the Pledge of Allegiance

Approval of Agenda – Motion by J. Goes/T. Zick to approve the agenda. Motion passed.

Approval of Minutes – Correction to minutes to say “no residents” attended the meeting. Motion by T. Zick/J. Goes to approve minutes with correction. Motion passed.

Financial Report –Financial account balances as of November 10, 2020. Building Debt Service Fund is $7,915.41 Debt Service Fund is Equipment $13,816.13, Repair and Replacement Fund Account balance is $17,493.40 General Checking Account balance is $59,699.19, Savings Account Balance is $180,610.62 and Garbage-Recycle Account balance $13,987.16.  J. Goes paid $1,500.00 to Workman’s Compensation. The Financial Report was filed for audit.

Sewer Financial Report – Sewer Account balances as of October 31, 2020.  General Checking balance is $8,291.13, the Savings Account balance is $402,751.53, the CMARCD balance is $30,735.60, the Environmental Fund/Commission of Public Loan balance are $783,716.63 and $11,126.36. M. Ross contacted Sable Mechanical LLC. from Fond Du Lac as a backup person for sewer maintenance.  They will help clean out the grease trap at Lake View. The sanitary permit has been renewed. The Sewer Financial Report was filed for audit.

Unfinished Business:

Watershed Planning and Runoff – Derek Kavanaugh from the County did not have any involvement, with the Krentz field runoff design.  He is writing up a permit plan to implement in the spring of 2021.  Mark Minning, the owner of the property adjacent to the retention pond property has been contacted by J. Clark. They discussed an option of clearing a 30-foot-wide path diverting the field runoff through his property to the retention pond. Mr. Minning wanted exclusive hunting rights in exchange for allowing the path through his property. Clark informed him that the District does not have the authority to give him exclusive hunting rights. The District will research an alterative plan to slow the runoff.

The Core Sample Grant pre-approval permit for water testing in 2021 has been submitted. The WDNR will let the District know the results in spring.

New Business:

Mechanical Harvesting Record for Nov. 1st DNR Report – M. Ross submitted the report. Loads – 12, consisting of Eurasian Water Milfiol, curly Leaf Pondweed, Coontail, Filamentous Algae, Duck Weed, Sago Pondweed, Wild Celery.

Correspondence: None

Other Business that comes Before the Board – The Chairman presented an estimate from Pollesch Excavating for grading and gravel in the driveway to retention pond on the East side of the lake.  The estimated cost is $1,790.00 Motion by T. Zick/J. Goes to have Pollesch maintain the driveway at a cost of $1,790.00. Motion passed.

Adjourn – Motion by T. Zick/R. Braun to adjourn the meeting at 6:53 pm.  Motion passed.


Next meeting is November 10, 2020 at 6:00 pm


Submitted by:

Renee Braun