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New solar panels at New Dosey Township Town Hall added October 2011


Little Library for Cloverton
Weekenders Carole and Ron Hessler built this adorable Little Library for Cloverton. People can leave a book, then take a book to read.

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 NEW DOSEY TOWNSHIP OFFERS ACCEPTED

July 22nd, 2018
 NEW DOSEY TOWNSHIP OFFERS ACCEPTED
 New Dosey Township has a used printer for sale.  5 years old- fairly good condition.  Written offers  to purchase must be sent to Fran Levings, Clerk, 76498 Squib Creek Dr., Sandstone, MN  55072 by August 7.
                                           Fran Levings,
                                           Clerk

NOTICE-NEW DOSEY TOWNSHIP  FILE FOR OFFICE-NPAHD

June 28th, 2018
NOTICE-NEW DOSEY TOWNSHIP
 FILE FOR OFFICE-NPAHD
          Voters of the New Dosey Township may file for the office of  Representative to the North Pine Area Hospital District- 3 year term.
          File with the township  clerk by appointment (320-242-3933) between July 31 and August 14 (5 pm).
                                                 Fran Levings, Clerk

MINUTES- NEW DOSEY TOWN BOARD REGULAR MEETING- JUNE 13, 2018

June 26th, 2018

MINUTES- NEW DOSEY TOWN BOARD REGULAR MEETING- JUNE 13, 2018

Meeting called to order at 7:40 pm by Chair Dave Fornengo. Also present were Supervisors Dave Baker and Jason Fornengo, Treasurer Mandy Fornengo, Clerk Fran Levings, Deputy Clerk Beverly Carlin and Robin Fornengo.

There was no public input.

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

Motion by Jason Fornengo, second by Dave Baker, to approve the Minutes of May 9, 2018. Carried.

Treasurer Mandy Fornengo presented the Treasurer’s Report and the Cash Control Statement. Motion by Dave Baker, second by Jason Fornengo to approve both. Carried.

FUND BALANCES:

General Fund $1856.47

Road & Bridge Fund $16,837.41

Cemetery/Landscaping Fund $3,172.85

Fire Protection Fund $14,337.10

Fire Hall Fund $125.45

Driveways Fund $5,957.47

Savings Account $1,162.51

CDs $47,153.25

TOTAL FUNDS $90,602.51

Clerk Fran Levings presented the Claims List and the Net Payroll List for approval.

CLAIMS:

#6901 Robin Fornengo Flowers $102.05

#6902 MN Ass’n of Townships Short Course Fee $100.00

#6903 Pine County Courier Public Notice- 3 newspapers $138.00

#6904 AT & T Telephone/Internet-2 months $210.45

#6905 East Central Energy Electricity-June 2018 $49.00

#6906 Fran Levings Mileage- 2 Trips $69.36

#6907 Jason Fornengo Reimburse-Gravel $347.90

#6908 Franklin’s Ben Franklin Flowers $15.01

#6909 Family Dollar Store Flowers $32.06

#6910 Law Depot Rental Equipment Lease $15.00

#6911 Dave Fornengo Reimburse-Road Review Lunch $57.81

GROSS PAY:

Dave Baker $265.00

Beverly Carlin $110.00

Dave Fornengo $265.00

Jason Fornengo $290.00

Mandy Fornengo $120.00

Robin Fornengo $60.00

Fran Levings $415.00

Frank Rehberger $400.00

Motion by Dave Baker, second by Jason Fornengo, to pay these bills. Carried.

CLERK’S REPORT:

  1. MAT Short Course- June 29- Duluth DECC.

  2. State Demographic Report-Population estimate is 72 (Clerk counts 59) and Household estimate is 36.

  3. Clerk reminded the Supervisors that they cannot discuss township among themselves. This would be a violation of the state Open Meeting Law.

ZONING REPORT:

7 Letters have been sent regarding Point of Sale Septic Compliance. 4 of the property owners have been cleared and are in compliance. Still waiting for a response from 2 landowners and one letter was returned as “undeliverable”.

OLD BUSINESS:

  1. Motion by Dave Fornengo, second by Jason Fornengo, to approve the 2018 Road Work Order. Carried. Chair Fornengo had sought bids for doing the township road work in 2018. He received one quote- that from Roberts Excavating. Motion by Dave Fornengo, second by Dave Baker, to contract with Roberts Excavating for the 2018 Road Work. Carried. The contract will specify that Roberts must notify the township when costs will exceed $24,000 so that Supervisors can decide which roads to continue doing work on. The Supervisors then prioritized the order of roads to be worked on with Hay Creek and McDermott heading the list. Clerk reminded the Supervisors that a Certificate of Insurance is also required from all contractors.

  2. Supervisor Baker reported that Don Schirmer has some road materials he is willing to sell to the township. Consensus was that the contractor will provide his own materials.

  3. Motion by Dave Baker, second by Dave Fornengo, to sell a 12’ by 30” culvert to Diana Stellmach. Carried. Under township policy, since the culvert to be replaced is on a private drive that intersects with a town road, the culvert will be installed by the township.

  4. Roadside brushing is still needed on some town roads. A 2nd request has come in from a property owner on School House Drive. Motion by Dave Baker, second by Dave Fornengo, to rent a brushing machine and hire an operator. Carried.

  5. NPAHD Report- Representative Levings reported that she is chairing a subcommittee to “explore the feasibility of a behavior treatment center in the area”. The principal and guidance counselor met with the committee recently and related some very sad stories involving students at East Central Schools .

NEW BUSINESS:

  1. Motion by Dave Baker, second by Dave Fornengo, to approve a Conflict of Interest Resolution regarding Jason Fornengo as a Board member who is also hired to do work by the town board. Carried.

  2. Supervisor Jason Fornengo expressed concern about the water on the Kingsdale Road. Supervisor Baker responded that he had taken care of the beaver dam on that road.

Meeting adjourned at 8:47 pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Fran Levings

Also signed by the Chair __________________ Date _________________