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MINUTES – NEW DOSEY TOWN BOARD REGUALAR MEETING – MARCH 10TH 2021

April 13th, 2021

MINUTES – NEW DOSEY TOWN BOARD REGUALAR MEETING – MARCH 10TH 2021

Meeting called to order at 7:30pm by Chair Dave Fornengo.  Also presents were the following: Supervisor’s Dave Baker & Anthony Fornengo, Treasurer Wayne Hessler, and Clerk Tamara Miritello.  Absent were Deputy Clerk Samantha Gardner and NPAHD Representative Fran Levings.

PUBLIC IMPUT:  NONE

Motion by Dave Baker, second by Anthony Fornengo, to approve the agenda. (Carried 3-0)

Motion by Dave Baker, second by Anthony Fornengo, to approve the minutes from February 10th, 2021 meeting. (Carried 3-0)

Treasurer’s Report was given at the Annual Meeting

FUND BALANCES:

                                GENERAL                                                                                                             $10,548.15

                                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                                                               $22,337.56

                                CEMETERY/LANDSCAPING                                                                          $5,003.03

                                FIRE PROTECTION                                                                                            $7,855.62

                                FIRE HALL                                                                                                            $125.45

                                SAVINGS ACCOUNT                                                                                        $1,165.21

                                DRIVEWAYS                                                                                                       $8,664.75

                                                                                                                                TOTAL                   $55,699.77

Clerk Tamara Miritello prepared and presented the Claims and Payroll list for approval.

CLAIMS – MARCH 2021

Fran Levings                                      Election Judge                                                   $70.00

Dave Baker                                         Tri-Disposal Meeting                                     $50.00

Town of Wilma                                 Heller Road Work                                            $1,156.20

                AT&T                                                     Phone/Internet February 2021                   $118.08

                ECE                                                         February 2021 Electric                                    $76.00

                Beverly Carlin                                    Election Judge                                                   $80.20

                Kettle River Grafix                          Ballots for 2021 Election                              $20.00

                Northstar Media                              Election Notice                                                 $89.76

                Seven County Senior                      Contract for Services 2021                           $250.00

                New Pathways, Inc                          Contact for Services 2021                             $250.00

                                                                                                                                TOTAL                   $2,160.24

PAYROLL – MARCH 2021

Dave Baker                                                                                                                         $200.00

Dave Fornengo                                                                                                                 $250.00

Anthony Fornengo                                                                                                          $200.00

Wayne Hessler                                                                                                                 $270.00

Fran Levings                                                                                                                       $100.00

Tamara Miritello                                                                                                             $780.00

Frank Rehberger                                                                                                              $175.00

Doug Wiita                                                                                                                         $175.00

                                                                                                                TOTAL                   $2,150.00

Motion by Dave Fornengo, second by Anthony Fornengo, to pay these bills. (Carried 3-0)

CLERK’S REPORT

  1. Dave Fornengo and Wayne Hessler have been re-elected for Supervisor and Treasurer position.
  2. Board of Re-Organization meeting March 19th, 2021 @7:30pm
  3. Pine County Township Officer’s Association Meeting will be Saturday, March 27th, 2021 @ Hinckley Community Center. Meeting starts @9am – Social Distancing and masks will be required. Clerk Tammy will attend the meeting.
  4. MAT 2021 Short courses will be virtual and held
    1. March 22nd – March 25th, 2021
    1. March 30th – April 1st, 2021
  5. Online Training for Townships Officials are available – MAT website

  OLD BUISNESS

                Road Work – waiting for Spring 2021 Road Review to determined Summer projects.

NEW BUSINESS

                NPAHD ANNUAL MEETING REPORT – Prepared and Presented by Fran Levings at Annual meeting:

  1. Three new Board members
    1. City of Sandstone
    1. City of Hinckley
    1. At Large
  2. Grant request approved in 2020
    1. Therapeutic Services Agency – $5,000.00 (Mental Health Relief due to COVID 19)
    1. Bruno Food Shelf – $7,000.00
    1. Gateway Clinics in Sandstone & Hinckley – $8693.93 (Reimburse for COVID 19 supplies)
    1. Essentia – Sandstone $13,048.00 (2 UV Sanitizing Clean Slate Machines)
    1. Essentia – Sandstone $22,000.00 (Roof vent to install a negative air pressure machine)
    1. Educational Loan to student – 3-year online course to become a Psychiatric Nurse $21,00.00 ($7,000.00/year)
    1. Essentia- Sandstone – $7,650.00 (Improve the grounds)
  3. February meeting – Ambulance Director was a Guest Speaker – Part of the discussion concerned was the response time for ambulances to come on a call to Eastern Pine County. Mr. Newton said “is it cost prohibitive to place an ambulance out here”.  He said “they responded to about 15,000 calls in 2020 and only 1500 of them were for Eastern Pine County (Most at Lake Lena). First responders and EMT’s are authorized to call in a helicopter and that will come from either Danbury or Webster, WI.

Anything else to come to the board? – NONE

Meeting adjourned at 7:50pm –

Respectfully submitted,

Tamara L Miritello, Clerk

Also, Signed by the Chair____________________________________________________Date_________________________

MINUTES – NEW DOSEY TOWNSHIP BOARD OF RE-ORGANIZATION MEETING – MARCH 19TH, 2021

April 13th, 2021

MINUTES – NEW DOSEY TOWNSHIP BOARD OF RE-ORGANIZATION MEETING – MARCH 19TH, 2021

Meeting called to order at 7:30pm by Elect Dave Fornengo. Present were Supervisor’s Dave Baker and Anthony Fornengo, Clerk Tamara Miritello. Absent were Wayne Hessler and Samantha Gardner.

Motion by Dave Baker, second by AJ Fornengo, to approve the agenda.

Clerk Miritello had Dave Fornengo take the Oath of Office. Mr. Fornengo for a 3-year term as Supervisor. 

Motion by Dave Baker, second by AJ Fornengo, to elect Dave Fornengo as Chair of the Board for 1 year.

Motion by Dave Baker, second by Dave Fornengo, to elect Anthony Fornengo as Vice-Chair of the Board for 1 year.

Anything else for the good of the cause?

  1. Resident called in regards to road conditions. Will review during the 2021 Road review.

Meeting adjourned at 7:35pm

Respectfully Submitted,

Tamara Miritello – Clerk

Also, signed by the Chair

______________________________________________Date________

NEW DOSEY TOWNSHIP ANNUAL MEETING MINUTES – MARCH 9TH, 2021

April 13th, 2021

NEW DOSEY TOWNSHIP ANNUAL MEETING MINUTES – MARCH 9TH, 2021

Meeting called to order at 8:15PM by Fran Levings. Also present were Dave Fornengo, Dave Baker, Anthony Fornengo, Wayne Hessler, Beverly Carlin, Tamara Miritello, and John Nelson.

Head Judge Beverly Carlin read the results of the Board of Canvas.  Dave Fornengo received 9 votes for a 3 – year term as Supervisor and was declared elected to a 3 – year term as Supervisor. Wayne Hessler received 9 votes for a 2-year term as Treasurer as was declared elected to a 2-year term as Treasurer.

Motion by Dave Baker, second by Dave Fornengo, to have Fran Levings be the moderator. Carried

Motion by Dave Baker, second by Dave Fornengo, to approve the Agenda. Carried.

Motion by AJ Fornengo, second by Beverly Carlin, to approve the Minutes of the 2020 Annual Meeting. Carried

Motion by AJ Fornengo, second by Dave Fornengo, to approve the Board of Audit Report. Carried

Motion by AJ Fornengo, second by Dave Fornengo, to approve the Treasurer’s Report. Carried

FUND BALANCES:

                                GENERAL                                                                                                             $10,548.15

                                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                                                               $22,337.56

                                CEMETERY/LANDSCAPING                                                                          $5,003.03

                                FIRE PROTECTION                                                                                            $7,855.62

                                FIRE HALL                                                                                                            $125.45

                                SAVINGS ACCOUNT                                                                                        $1,165.21

                                DRIVEWAYS                                                                                                       $8,664.75

                                                                                                                                TOTAL                   $55,699.77

Dave Fornengo, Dave Baker and AJ Fornengo agreed to wait to see how 2021 Spring goes before review for the Summer season roadwork plan.  Since roadside brushing was not in the budget in 2020, we would like to see if we can fit that in for this season as well. We have received positive feedback on road management for the 2020 year.

Dave Baker, Representative to the Tri-Township Disposal District Board, explained that the Board had $1.12 left from the budget.  The Board has been working with Pine County to come up with a way to funds to the budget as they would like to give the two employees a raise.  To do so, they are anticipating a raise on all improved parcels on 2021 tax statements.

NPAHD ANNUAL MEETING REPORT – Prepared and Presented by Fran Levings

  1. Three new Board members
    1. City of Sandstone
    1. City of Hinckley
    1. At Large
  2. Grant request approved in 2020
    1. Therapeutic Services Agency – $5,000.00 (Mental Health Relief due to COVID 19)
    1. Bruno Food Shelf – $7,000.00
    1. Gateway Clinics in Sandstone & Hinckley – $8693.93 (Reimburse for COVID 19 supplies)
    1. Essentia – Sandstone $13,048.00 (2 UV Sanitizing Clean Slate Machines)
    1. Essentia – Sandstone $22,000.00 (Roof vent to install a negative air pressure machine)
    1. Educational Loan to student – 3-year online course to become a Psychiatric Nurse $21,00.00 ($7,000.00/year)
    1. Essentia- Sandstone – $7,650.00 (Improve the grounds)
  3. February meeting – Ambulance Director was a Guest Speaker – Part of the discussion concerned was the response time for ambulances to come on a call to Eastern Pine County. Mr. Newton said “is it cost prohibitive to place an ambulance out here”.  He said “they responded to about 15,000 calls in 2020 and only 1500 of them were for Eastern Pine County (Most at Lake Lena). First responders and EMT’s are authorized to call in a helicopter and that will come from either Danbury or Webster, WI.

Motion by Dave Fornengo, second by Beverly Carlin, to NOT raise the levy. Carried

Clerk Tammy presented requests for Contract for Services from Seven County Senior Federation and New Pathways. Motion by Beverly Carlin, second by Dave Baker. Carried

GENERAL DISCUSSION OF ITEMS OF CONCERN TO THE VOTERS:

  1. When will minutes be available on website – Clerk Tammy will get them done as soon as she is able but for sure by the next meeting.

Motion by Dave Fornengo, second by Beverly Carlin, to continue to using the Pine County Courier, Askov American and Evergreen Shopper for township public notices. Carried

Motion by Beverly Carlin, second by Wayne Hessler, to continue using Northview Bank, Sandstone for the township depository. Carried

Motion by Dave Fornengo, second by Beverly Carlin, to hold the 2022 Township Annual Meeting on March 8th, 2022 @8:15pm. Carried

Motion by Dave Baker, second by Tamara Miritello, to adjourn at 9:12pm. Carried

Respectfully submitted,

Tamara Miritello, Clerk_______________________________________________________


Fran Levings, Moderator_______________________________________________________