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
TOWN BOARD MEETING
JUNE 12, 2017
DALE MUNICIPAL BUILDING
Chairperson Wunderlich called the meeting to order at 7:00pm with Supervisor Laabs, Supervisor Degal, Treasurer Sandy Noffke, Clerk Jenny DeZeeuw, Constable Sandy Gadamus, Attorney Erik Forsgren, Fire Chief and Building Inspector Jim Emmons, Engineer Ben Zeier and town residents present.
During public input Pine Grove Cemetery member Dan Zehner made a request for $500 to assist the cemetery with maintenance costs. The money was put in the 2017 budget. Mr. Zehner was advised the funds were not guaranteed to them every year and encouraged to find ways to become self-sustainable.
Outagmie County Sheriff’s Deputy Brooks was present.
Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve a variance for Vince Freimark, to allow his new home to clip the building setback by approximately five feet, seconded by Supervisor Degal, motion carried. The NE corner of the home will be 3.8 feet inside the 25 foot building setback code.
Supervisor Laabs made a motion that 2017 liquor, bartender and cigarette licenses as listed on the agenda and published in the Post Crescent be approved as long as all paperwork is in order and fees are paid, seconded by Supervisor Degal, motion carried
Supervisor Laabs made a motion to approve a temporary class “B” license for the Dale Fire and Rescue’s June 24, 2017 fireworks celebration, seconded by Chairperson Wunderlich, motion carried.
Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve temporary bartender’s licenses to be used at the Dale Fire and Rescue’s June 24, 2017 fireworks celebration, seconded by Supervisor Degal, motion carried.
Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve the Outagamie County Municipal Intergovernmental Agreement for Election Equipment Procurement doing the no financing option where the town agrees to pay our 50% share by July 1, 2018, seconded by Supervisor Laabs, motion carried. The cost of the new piece of equipment is $10,000, so the town will be responsible for $5,000. This is the only opportunity to get financial assistance from Outagamie County.
Fire Chief’s Report:
· Fire Chief Emmons reported seven calls for the month of May; four first responder, one mutual aid to Greenville, one mutual aid to Hortonville and one for a report of a blown transformer.
· Specs for a new fire pumper truck will be mailed to several businesses. The bid will also be published in the Post Crescent.
Building Inspector Emmons reported one new home permit was issued in May.
· Grind and reclaim projects have started for Whitney, High, Kaufman Streets and parts of Industrial and Poker Flats Drive.
· Areas have been marked for paver patching.
· Ben obtained guidelines from the DOT for “No Engine Braking”. Chairperson Wunderlich tabled the topic.
· Supervisor Laabs set up beehives in Daufen Park.
· A swing in Armitage Park was repaired.
· A new sign was posted in Armitage Park. Rental and contact information will be added.
· Thank you to everyone that helped at Park Work Day!
Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve minutes from May meetings, seconded by Supervisor Degal, motion carried.
Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve the Treasurer’s Report, subject to audit, seconded by Supervisor Laabs, motion carried.
Treasurer Noffke mailed reminder letters to all residents that still need to license their dogs or pay the omitted garbage charge.
Supervisor Degal made a motion to pay bills #16760-16802, 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