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Unless otherwise posted, Town Board meetings are held on the second Monday of each month starting at 7:00 p.m in the Municipal Building. W9641 State Road 96, Dale, WI 54931. Public input is held at the beginning of each meeting with a time limit of 5 minutes per subject.  Public input is held again towards the end of each meeting.

The Town of Dale Annual Meeting is held each year on the third Tuesday of April starting at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Building. Other special meetings are held as needed and with the proper posting.

Meeting agendas are posted at the MUNICIPAL BUILDING, THE POST OFFICE, AND THE DALE MINI MART at least 48 hours before the Board Meeting. To be added to the agenda please contact the Town Clerk at 920-779-4609.

Minutes from the most recent board meeting are shown below. To see older minutes go to the Meeting Archive section of the website.

RECENT TOWN BOARD MINUTES

 

 

 

DALE TOWN BOARD MEETING

AUGUST 12, 2019

DALE MUNICIPAL BUILDING

 

 

Chairperson Wunderlich called the meeting to order at 7:00p.m.; with Supervisor Laabs, Supervisor and Fire Chief Chad Degal, Treasurer Sandy Noffke, Building Inspector Jim Emmons, Constable Sandy Gadamus, Attorney Erik Forsgren and residents present.

 

Outagamie County Sheriff Deputy Braun was present.

 

Supervisor Laabs made a motion to approve a certified survey map for Stephanie Mulroy, seconded by Chairperson Wunderlich, motion carried.   The map was preliminarily approved at the August 5, 2019 Planning Commission meeting.  The parcel was divided into two lots.

 

Supervisor Laabs made a motion to table an ordinance for ATV/UTV usage on town roads, seconded by Chairperson Wunderlich, motion carried.  The ordinance will be posted prior to the September 9, 2019 Board Meeting.

 

Supervisor Degal made a motion to approve Veteran’s perpetual care fund reimbursement for Dale Union Cemetery, Pine Grove Cemetery and South Medina Cemetery seconded by Supervisor Laabs, motion carried.

 

Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve the second payment to Northeast Asphalt in the amount of $132,900.26 for the completion of Midway Road, seconded by Supervisor Degal, motion carried. 

 

Fire Chief Degal reported sixteen calls for the month of July; six first responder calls, one oil spill, two for lines and trees down, three for wires in trees, two CO2 detector, one propane tank leak and one for gas smell. 

 

A big thank you to all of the fire fighters that helped clear the roads and clean up trees and debris after the July 20th storm. 

 

Thank you to Service Motors and DeArteaga for the use of their Skytrac lifts to clean up storm damage.

 

Constable Gadamus asked for approval to attend the Badger Conference in Madison.  The cost of the training is $75 and the hours will go towards Sandy’s Humane Officer renewal.  Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve training and the renewal of Constable Gadamus’s certificate, seconded by Supervisor Laabs, motion carried. 

 

A planning commission meeting took place on August 5, 2019.  One certified survey map was reviewed.  Discussion took place with two residents on Depot Road about a possible cul de sac at the end of the road.

 

WE Energies contacted Chairperson Wunderlich about changing lights within the town to LED.  The cost of the conversion will be between $10,000 - $12,000.  The topic will be added to the 2020 budget.

 

Chairperson Wunderlich was contacted by the chairman of the Town of Winchester about Coon and Manu Roads.  A portion of both roads is within three different municipalities.  A formal agreement will be written to clarify the maintenance each municipality will be responsible for. 

 

A portion of the fence in Armitage Park was damaged from a tree falling on it during one of the storms within the past few weeks.  Security Fence will be fixing the damage.

 

Residents on Hwy 96 are asked to please clean the areas around the storm sewers near their property.  It would help prevent issues during heavy rainfall.

 

Supervisor Laabs made a motion to approve minutes for July meetings, seconded by Supervisor Degal, motion carried.

 

Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve the Treasurer’s Report, subject to audit, seconded by Supervisor Degal, motion carried.

 

Supervisor Degal reported the last check number used to pay bills in July was #17961.  Supervisor Degal made a motion to pay bills #17962 – 18038, seconded by Supervisor Laabs, motion carried. 

 

Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Supervisor Degal, motion carried. 

 

These minutes are unapproved and subject to final board approval.

 

Jenny DeZeeuw

Clerk