AUGUST 5, 2014
Vice Chairman Kiner opened the meeting at 7:00 pm. Board members present were Supervisor Kiner, Supervisor Stegmeir, Deputy Clerk Tomczak, Clerk Manninen and Treasurer Kiner, all attending recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Sara Christensen called in on the conference line.
Agenda – The agenda was approved with the addition of approve minutes from the July 23rd special meeting and new hall use to new business, on a motion by Vice Chairman Kiner, seconded by Chairman Stegmeir, motion carried.
Minutes –The minutes were approved with two corrections on a motion by Supervisor Stegmeir, seconded by Vice Chairman Kiner, motion carried.
The treasurer’s report was reviewed by all. The treasurer’s report was approved on a motion by Vice-Chairman Kiner, seconded by Supervisor Stegmeir, motion carried.
Beg Bal 7/1/14 --- $113,435.81
Income --- $76,530.96
Expenses --- $80,999.55
End Bal. 7/31/14 --- $108,967.22
Beg Bal 7/1/14 --- $26,365.13
Income --- $4,501.82
Expenses --- $0.00
End Bal. 7/31/14 --- $30,866.95
Comm. Center Fund:
Beg Bal 7/1/14 --- $5,423.45
Income --- $18,530.04
Expenses --- $0.00
End Bal. 7/31/14 --- $23,953.49
Cert. of Deposit:
Beg Bal 7/1/14 --- $25,000.00
Income --- Due 3/15/15
Expenses --- .85%
End Bal. 7/31/14 --- $25,000.00
Road Acct. CD:
Beg Bal 7/1/14 --- $20,915.68
Income --- Due 3/12/15
Expenses --- .50%
End Bal. 7/31/14 --- $20,915.68
Road Acct. CD:
Beg Bal 7/1/14 --- $21,248.20
Income --- Due 3/12/16
Expenses --- .70%
End Bal. 7/31/14 --- $21,248.20
Dep --- $16,317.53
To Town --- $489.53
To Tourism B. --- $15,828.00
The following claims were approved on a motion by Supervisor Kiner, seconded by Chairman Nevalainen, motion carried.
- 3599, North Star Elec., Power for Hall, $133.00
- 3600, K-mart, Office Supplies, $86.22
- 3601, Menards, Bags and tie Wraps, $106.73
- 3602, Bertelsons, Office Supplies, 839.97
- 3603, Amazon, Office Supplies, $135.45
- 3604, SEH, Archeological Report, $3,400.20
- 3605, The Journal, Notices, $2.47
- 3606, Gateway Store, Water and Ice, $11.00
- 3607, Crandalls, Porta Potti, $133.59
- 3608, Ferguson Enterprises. Hall Construction, $1,626.76
- 3609, Menards, Hall Construction, $71.34
- 3610, Steve Boyum, Sand, $1,888.23
- 3611, Culinex, Hall Construction Kitchen, $179.37
- 3612, Bob Nevalainen, Mileage JPB, $67.20
- 3613, Mary Manninen, Mileage Election Supplies, $56.00
- 3614, SLC, Blading Roads, $270.15
- 3615, Greg House, Hall Construction, $3,350.00
Old Business –
PPSSD – Sara discussed the idea of advertising the bid package from November 15, 2014 and close the bidding on January 10, 2015 and opening the bids on January 14, 2015. The board has decided to table this until the September meeting. SEH is willing to have all the bids sent to them instead of the Township, the board is in agreement to this.
Roads and Trails – Larry and Emma Scott would like to see gravel spread on the State Point Road soon. The board will work on this.
Community Center Planning – Kolstad/Olson drilled down 325’ and got no water so they hydrofracked and said we should have enough water for functions and the new building. We will need to contact and electrician and plumber to finishing getting the water all hooked up. The restroom fixtures are to arrive on Friday the 8th of August. Marlene has purchased six acoustic panels for the hall that will be installed shortly. Marlene will get samples of metal siding for our next meeting. Greg House worked on the parking lot. The range hood is now installed but not hooked up yet. We need an electrician for the hookup. The phone and internet is now hooked up and working. Supervisor Stegmeir moved to approve the contract with Viitas Excavating to install the two septic tanks, seconded by Vice-Chairman Kiner, motion carried.
New Business –
There will be a Primary Election on August 12, 2014 at the Kabetogama Fire Hall.
Carol Stegmeir would like to use the new hall to provide Health Insurance Counselor services to area residents. Carol would like to use the Center on one weekday per month with the option of increasing service to one weekday per week. The services would start October 2014 and would be advertised with individual appointments scheduled during the day. All information exchanged would be kept confidential. Appointments would be provided throughout the year. The Board unanimously agreed that this is a great use of the hall.
Supervisor Stegmeir moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:10 pm, seconded by Vice-Chairman Kiner, motion carried.
Mary Manninen, Clerk, Kabetogama Township