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Republic Services will be conducting a “Route Audit” on Wednesday, June 5th AND Wednesday, June 12th for all Residential Garbage cans. Please keep your trash cans out ALL day from 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to assist in completing the route audits. We appreciate your cooperation.

COMMERCIAL LOTS AVAILABLE IN THE VILLAGE OF CAMERON

Commercial Lots are Available now in the Village of Cameron! Lots are located across from the Cameron High/Middle School on US Highway 8 (County Highway SS). These superb lots have easy access to main highways and USH 53! 

Contact Roger Olson (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for details at (715) 458-2117.

 

 

The Village of Cameron CDBG Program offers 0% interest loan funds for primary resident homes. These funds can be used to repair windows, siding, roofs, furnaces, hot water heaters and more.  No payments required until the sale of your home. Annual income qualifications are per household: 

 1 person - $40,250

2 persons - $46,000

3 persons - $51,750

4 persons - $57,450

5 persons - $62,050

6 persons - $66,650

7 persons - $71,250

8 persons - $75,850

Confidential loan process! If you are interested in applying, please contact Carolyn F Martin at (715) 415-0514.

 

For Pavilion Rentals, call the Village Hall at (715) 458-2117 to Reserve.

 

SPRING CLEAN-UP DAY

VILLAGE OF CAMERON

 

            The Village of Cameron Spring clean-up day will be held Saturday, May 4th, 2024, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Dumpsters will be set up at the Village Garage, 607 S. Limits Avenue where household items will be accepted. Brush and leaves will be accepted at the brush pile located on the end of N. 11th Street. Proof of residency will be required (tax statement – water bill – driver license). NO CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS OR TIRES WILL BE ACCEPTED.  Anyone found dropping items off early may be subject to a fine.

 

There will be charges for the following items:

Electronic Equip (smaller than 6”x6”) Mice, speakers, etc               $ 2.00

Washers, Dryers, Stoves, & Dishwashers                                          $ 5.00

Microwaves & Computer Equipment                                                $10.00

Refrigerators, Freezers, Air Conditioners, & Humidifiers                 $15.00

Mattress or Box springs                                                                      $25.00

All Televisions                                                                                   $30.00

 

 

VILLAGE OF CAMERON REGULAR BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2022

6:00 P.M.

CAMERON VILLAGE HALL

300 N. 1st MAIN STREET

 

            The Cameron Village Board met in regular session on Monday, December 12, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cameron Village Hall.  Members present: Ben Hester, Dylan Bahr, Randy Hill, Steve Johnson, Dave Ebner, Russ Hulback and Mark Trowbridge presiding.

 

            Also present: Gary Strand, Ann Lamphere, and Jaden Ebert.

 

            The minutes of the November 14, 2022 regular meeting and the November 28, 2022 special meetings were mailed out prior to the meeting. Ben Hester moved to approve the minutes of the November 14, 2022 regular meeting and the November 28, 2022 special meetings second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0.

            The December payables were presented in printed form. Russ Hulback moved to approve the payment of the December payables, with additions as printed, second Dylan Bahr. Carried 7-0

 

APPEARANCES:

            Public Comment: No public comments.

Bill Koepp was not in attendance

Jaden Ebert submitted his written report and had nothing to add.

Jaden submitted a quote of $789.00 from Display Sales to replace 10 banners for the light poles on Main Street. Randy Hill moved to approve the purchase of 10 banners from Display Sales at a cost of $789.00, second Ben Hester. Carried 7-0

Jaden submitted a quote of $30,000 to transform the tennis courts into pickleball courts. They will crack seal, level and smooth the blacktop including 3 coats of Acrylic Resurfacer. Then paint the pickleball courts with the choice of two different colors, along with layout and striping the courts. They will also install 4 sets of Douglas Premier Pickleball post, nets and tie downs. Randy Hill moved to approve the quote from      to transform the tennis courts into 4 pickleball courts, funding the project with ARPA funds, second Steve Johnson. Carried 7-0

            Adam Steffen submitted his written report, but was not in attendance.

            Ann Lamphere appeared before the board to raise awareness of Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP), as she is trying to get Governor Evers to recognize the week of June 13th – 19th as FAP awareness week. After Mrs. Lamphere gave her presentation, the Village Board and all in attendance signed her petition.

 

Bartender license application for Sharon R. Smith and Sierra R. DeJesus were presented for approval. Dave Ebner moved to approve the bartender licenses for Sharon R. Smith and Sierra R. DeJesus, provided all criteria have been met, second Dylan Bahr. Carried 7-0

 

Kwik Trip submitted an Appointment of Successor Agent (Form AT-200) to name Kyle Crotteau as their agent for the Cameron store. Ben Hester moved to approve Kwik Trip’s appointment of Kyle Crotteau as their agent, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0

 

OLD BUSINESS

            The Street Committee had nothing to report this month.

 

NEW BUSINESS

Resolution 2022-004, a resolution to authorize amendments in the 2022 Village of Cameron budget was presented for approval. Mark Trowbridge moved to approve Resolution 2022-004 as presented, second Randy Hill. Carried 7-0

 

The caucus was set for Monday, January 9, 2023 at 5:45 pm.

 

At 6:35 there was unanimous consent to adjourn the meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

VILLAGE OF CAMERON REGULAR BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, MAY 9, 2022

6:00 P.M.

CAMERON VILLAGE HALL

300 N. 1st MAIN STREET

 

            The Cameron Village Board met in regular session on Monday, May 9, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cameron Village Hall. Members present: Steve Johnson, Randy Hill, Dave Ebner, Russ Hulback,  Dylan Bahr and Mark Trowbridge presiding. Absent: Ben Hester.

 

            Also present: Jaden Ebert, Chuck Bellows, Gary Strand, Dwain Trowbridge, Amy Kelsey, Bill Koepp, and Adam Steffen.

 

            The minutes of the April 11, 2022 regular meeting was mailed out prior to the meeting. Dave Ebner moved to approve the minutes of the April 11, 2022 regular meeting with corrections, second Dylan Bahr. Carried 6-0.

 

            The May payables were presented in printed form. Russ Hulback moved to approve the payment of the May payables, with additions as printed, second Steve Johnson. Carried 6-0

 

APPEARANCES:

            Public Comment: No public comments.

Denise Paddock was not in attendance but she submitted a written request for items for the 2022 Camerama.  As in previous years, the request asks for the use of the Sportsman’s Park from Thursday, June 2nd through Sunday, June 5, 2022 with the use of all facilities, a picnic license, bartender licenses, and no parking and limited parking on certain streets.  This year’s event will feature live bands on Friday and Saturday nights. There will also be a parade at noon on Sunday. Dave Ebner moved to approve the written request submitted by Denise Paddock, second Dylan Bahr. Carried 6-0

Bill Koepp reported that building season is upon us with one large project on the end of Rudolph Road starting, along with numerous smaller projects. Bill also reported that he has a meeting set up with Attorney Stephens to discuss the old feed mill and he old Snively property, on May 31st.

Jaden Ebert submitted his written report and added that the infield dirt on the ballfield at Sportsman Park has been removed and the new material is scheduled to be delivered Wednesday. (May 11th)

Adam Steffen submitted his written report and added that he is having a short ceremony to award officer Brunner a plaque for his bravery after pulling an individual from a burning vehicle while on duty. Adam also reported that he noticed someone boarding up the old feed mill, so he stopped and talked with them and found out it was a representative from the railroad. The gentleman gave Adam a tour of the building, which he saw holes in the roof, couches, appliances and other junk in it.

 

            There were no bartender license applications for this month.

 

OLD BUSINESS

            Russ reported that despite the rainy weather, there was a pretty good turnout for Spring Cleanup.

            The utility easement on Newville’s property was tabled, as the documents are not yet ready.

 

NEW BUSINESS

            Roger Olson requested to purchase a second Express Vote voting machine prior to the August election, as one machine probably will not be enough to keep up with the number of voters that are expected to vote. Steve Johnson moved to approve the purchase of a second Express Vote voting machine at the cost of $3,540, with the funds coming from Undesignated Funds, second Dave Ebner. Carried 6-0

            Jaden Ebert, with the Street Committees blessing, requested to sell the triple axel trailer that his predecessor purchased as it is oversized for what they need it for. They would then purchase a smaller, dual axel trailer to replace it. Dave Ebner moved to sell the triple axle trailer and purchase a smaller, dual axle trailer, with any left-over funds from the transactions, being returned to the Capital Outlay Account, Street Machinery, second Mark Trowbridge. Carried 6-0

            Dwain Trowbridge submitted a preliminary Certified Survey Map (CSM) to split the lot he owns across from the Bank. Lot #2, which has the restaurant on it will be 26,877 square feet, and Lot #1 will be 76,474 square feet. Steve Johnson moved to approve the CSM presented by Dwain Trowbridge, second Russ Hulback. Carried 6-0

            Mark Trowbridge presented the appointment of Committee and Commissions as follows:

            VILLAGE OF CAMERON

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

2022-2023

 

First person listed is Chairperson

 

 

PERSONNEL:                                    Randy Hill – Mark Trowbridge Russ Hulback

STREETS:                                          Dave Ebner – Russ Hulback- Steve Johnson

WATER/SEWER:                              Mark Trowbridge - Randy Hill – Steve Johnson

PARKS/CEMETERY:                       Randy Hill – Ben Hester– Dylan Bahr

FINANCE:                                          Mark Trowbridge – Steve Johnson – Roger Olson

FIRE/POLICE

DISCIPLINARY:                               Dave Ebner – Dylan Bahr – Mark Trowbridge

LICENSING:                                      Steve Johnson – Dave Ebner – Randy Hill

BOARD OF REVIEW:                      Roger Olson – Mark Trowbridge

WEED COMMISSIONER:                Dylan Bahr

INSURANCE:                                    Randy Hill – Ben Hester – Russ Hulback

JOINT SEWER COMMISSION:       Steve Johnson – Mark Trowbridge

LIBRARY BOARD:                          Ben Hester

BLOCK GRANT:                               Ben Hester – Steve Johnson – Roger Olson

ASSESSMENTS:                               Steve Johnson – Randy Hill – Russ Hulback

ENERGY USE COMMITTEE          Russ Hulback – Dylan Bahr – Steve Johnson

 

COMMUNITY CENTER BOARD   Ben Hester – Dave Ebner – Charlotte Tubbs

            Carla TePaske – Geri Schoenecker

LAW ENFORCEMENT COMM       Dave Ebner – Mark Trowbridge – Dylan Bahr

LAND DEVELOPMENT                  Mark Trowbridge – Steve Johnson – Dave Ebner

 

 

Village of Cameron

Commissions

 

 

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS:

(Three-year term)                               Expires                                    Phone#

 

Mark Trowbridge                               5-1-2024                                 458-6168

Carla TePaske                                     5-1-2024                                 642-0272

Bill Koepp                                          5-1-2023                                 458-4448

Merle Keopple                                    5-1-2023                                 296-7724

Vacant                                                 5-1-2025                                

 Alternate:

 Randy Hill                                         5-1-2024                                 651-0447

 

 

PLANNING:

(Three-year term)                               Expires                                    Phone#

 

Mark Trowbridge                               5-1-2025                                 458-6168

Colleen Bender                                   5-1-2023                                 458-2618

Terri Richie                                         5-1-2024                                 441-9713        

Tim Gerber                                         5-1-2024                                 458-4056

Merle Keopple                                    5-1-2023                                 296-7724                                

Steve Johnson                                     5-1-2025                                 458-3129

Carla TePaske                                     5-1-2024                                 642-0272

 

Dave Ebner moved to approve the appointment of committees and commissions, second Dylan Bahr. Carried 6-0

 

At 6:30 a roll call was taken to go into closed session according to State Statute 19:85 (1)(g) Conferring with legal counsel who either orally or in writing will advise governmental body on strategy to be adopted with respect to current or likely litigation. Dylan Bahr-Yes; Steve Johnson-Yes, Dave Ebner-Yes; Randy Hill – Yes; and Mark Trowbridge-Yes.

 

At 7:00 Randy Hill made a motion to go back into open session, second Russ Hulback. Carried 6-0

 

At 7:01, as there was nothing to act on from closed session, there was unanimous consent to adjourn the meeting.

 

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

VILLAGE OF CAMERON

SPECIAL MEETING AND

PUBLIC HEARING – BUDGET

NOVEMBER 30, 2021

6:00 PM

CAMERON VILLAGE HALL

 

 

            The Cameron Village Board conducted a public hearing on November 30, 2021 at the Cameron Village Hall at 6:00 p.m. to adopt the 2022 budget. Trustees present:  Dave Ebner, Russ Hulback, Dylan Bahr, Randy Hill, Ben Hester, Steve Johnson, with Mark Trowbridge presiding.

 

            Also present: Pattie Davis-Greene.

 

            Public comments on the proposed 2022 budget: There were no public comments on the proposed 2022 budget.

 

            After the board discussed the proposed 2022 budget, Russ Hulback moved to approve the 2021 budget as presented, second Steve Johnson. Carried 7-0

 

            Dave Ebner moved to approve the transfer of $112,000 from the Undesignated Fund to the capital outlay account Machinery Outlay, second Steve Johnson. Carried 7-0

 

            Steve Johnson moved to approve the purchase of a new water meter reading device, and cloud based software from Ferguson Waterworks in the amount of $10,768.91, which includes set-up and training, with the monies coming from the ARPA funds, second Ben Hester. Carried 7-0.

 

At 6:09 a roll call was taken to go into closed session according to State Statute 19:85 (1)(c) for consideration of employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee subject to the jurisdiction or authority of governing body. Randy Hill-Yes; Dave Ebner-Yes; Steve Johnson-Yes; Russ Hulback – Yes; Dylan Bahr-Yes; Ben Hester-Yes and Mark Trowbridge-Yes.

 

At 6:19 Ben Hester made a motion to go back into open session, second Randy Hill. Carried 7-0

 

Randy Hill moved to renew the employee health insurance carrier as 2021, contribute the same amount to the employee’s HSA’s, and require employees to pay the deductible. Carried 7-0

 

The filling of the Public Works open position was tabled at this time.

 

At 6:20 there was unanimous consent to adjourn the meeting.

 

 

           

 

Until further notice all water utility customers of the Village of Cameron are advised to run their water to prevent lines from freezing. A stream of water the size of a pencil lead should be run from a tap that will not be turned off. Utility bills will be estimated until customers are advised it is safe to turn off water.

 

If you have any questions, you can contact Jaden at the Cameron Public Works Garage: 715-458-2158.

FALL CLEAN-UP DAY

VILLAGE OF CAMERON

 

            The Village of Cameron fall clean-up day will be held Saturday, October 19th, 2019, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Dumpsters will be set up at the Village Garage, 607 S. Limits Avenue. There will be a charge of $20 for each white good and television, along with a charge of $7 for other E-Waste. Brush, leaves and household items will be accepted. Proof of residency will be required (tax statement – water bill – driver license). NO CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS OR TIRES WILL BE ACCEPTED. Anyone found dropping items off early may be subject to a fine.

VILLAGE OF CAMERON REGULAR BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2018

6:00 P.M.

CAMERON VILLAGE HALL

300 N. 1st STREET

 

            The Cameron Village Board met in regular session on Monday, September 10, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cameron Village Hall. Members present: Tim Wall, Steve Johnson, Russ Hulback, Randy Hill,
Ben Hester, with Mark Trowbridge presiding. Absent: Dave Ebner.

 

            Also present: Jaden Ebert, Bill Koepp, Mike Lynch, Dan Oftedahl, Lauren Mathews, Floyd Mathews, Leiah Fundell, and Gary Strand.

 

           The minutes of the August 13, 2018 regular meeting and the August 20, 2018 special meeting were mailed out prior to the meeting. Ben Hester moved to approve the minutes of the August 13, 2018 regular meeting, as printed and the August 20, 2018 special meeting, with corrections, second Steve Johnson. Carried 6-0

 

            The September payables were presented in printed form. Ben Hester moved to approve the payment of the September payables and additions as printed, second Tim Wall. Carried 6-0

 

APPEARANCES:

           Public Comment: No public comments.

            Bill Koepp reported that Kwik Trip is progressing quit nicely and should be opening as scheduled.

            Jaden Ebert submitted his written report and had nothing to add.

            Mike Lynch submitted his written report and had nothing to add.

            Floyd Mathews appeared before the board to discuss the ordinance relating to the number of vehicles he may retain, because he has received citations relating to the junk ordinance. Floyd stated that he can’t run a business with the way the ordinance restricts how many vehicles he can have in the open to the public. Police Chief, Mike Lynch showed the board pictures of Floyd’s area which showed numerous vehicles in disrepair and a pontoon. A number of these vehicles are parked on Village and Railroad right of way. After further discussion, Mark Trowbridge informed Floyd that the board will look at the ordinance when the ordinance book is reviewed this coming winter.

 

Bartender license application for Steven A. Sulak, Dustin M. Atherton, Jonathan D. Paul, Ashley N. Spencer, Alexis M. Lindsley, and Tarra J. McGiffin were presented for approval. Russ Hulback moved to approve the bartender license for, Steven A. Sulak, Dustin M. Atherton, Jonathan D. Paul, Ashley N. Spencer, Alexis M. Lindsley, and Tarra J. McGiffin provided all criteria have been met, second Ben Hester. Carried 6-0

 

An application for a cigarette license was received from Kwik Trip, Inc., DBA Kwik Trip 922 for approval. Steve Johnson moved to approve the cigarette license for Kwik Trip, Inc., DBA Kwik Trip 922, second Randy Hill. Carried 6-0

 

An application for a Class A Beer and Class A Liquor license was received from Kwik Trip, Inc., DBA Kwik Trip 922 for approval. Steve Johnson moved to approve the combination Class A Beer and Class A Liquor license for Kwik Trip, Inc., DBA Kwik Trip 922, second Tim Wall. Carried 6-0

 

OLD BUSINESS

            The fall cleanup date was set for Saturday, October 13, 2018 to be located at the Village Shop at 607 South Limits. The Tuesday after the board meeting, Republic service informed the Clerk that Saturday, October 13th will not work for them, so the clean up days will be October 20th.

            Resolution 2018-004 regarding the 2017 Compliance Maintenance Annual Report for the Village of Cameron sanitary sewer collection system was presented. Mark Trowbridge moved to approve Resolution 2018-004 accepting the 2017 Compliance Maintenance Annual Report for the Village of Cameron sanitary sewer collection system, second Russ Hulback. Carried 6-0

 

NEW BUSINESS

           

            A contract for administration of the Community Development Block Grant Public Funds (CDBG-PF) for the N. 11th Street project was presented for approval. Mark Trowbridge moved to award the contract for administering the CDBG-PF for the N. 11th Street project to Cooper Engineering, second Ben Hester. Carried 6-0      

A contract for the engineering of the Community Development Block Grant Public Funds (CDBG-PF) for the N. 11th Street project was presented for approval. Mark Trowbridge moved to award the contract for engineering of the CDBG-PF for the N. 11th Street project to Cooper Engineering, second Ben Hester. Carried 6-0

Village President, Mark Trowbridge read out loud a proclamation supporting September 23rd to 29th, 2018 as National Rail Safety Week.

The Street Committee met on August 29th and discussed the Safe Routes to School program and will have some suggestions when the project starts next spring. The committee also recommended the purchase of a snow pusher attachment for the loader from Fabrick Cat. Ben Hester moved to purchase a MDS 12’ snow pusher from Fabrick Cat for $8,056.47, second Steve Johnson. Carried 6-0

Randy Hill moved to accept the estimate from Municipal Well & Pump to install a variable frequency drive at Well #3 and reprogram the variable frequency drive at Well #2 in the amount of $9,910.00, second Tim Wall.

 

As there was no further business to attend to, at 6:56 Russ Hulback moved to adjourn, second Ben Hester. Carried 6-0

VILLAGE OF CAMERON REGULAR BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2018

6:00 P.M.

CAMERON VILLAGE HALL

300 N. 1st STREET

 

            The Cameron Village Board met in regular session on Monday, April 9, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cameron Village Hall.  Members present: Jim Turner, Steve Johnson, Ben Hester, Russ Hulback, Randy Hill, Dave Ebner and Mark Trowbridge presiding.

 

            Also present: Jaden Ebert, Leiah Fundell, Dewayne Reiten, Mike Lynch, Dave Adams, Buzzy Adams, Carl Cooley and Gary Strand.

 

            The minutes of the March 12, 2018 regular meeting were mailed out prior to the meeting. Jim Turner moved to approve the minutes of the March 12, 2018 meeting, second Dave Ebner.  Carried 7-0

 

            The April payables were presented in printed form.  Jim Turner moved to approve the payment of the April payables and additions as printed, second Russ Hulback. Carried 7-0

 

APPEARANCES:

            Public Comment: No public comments.

Jaden Ebert submitted his departmental report and added that Marty Hendricks was awarded the Water Operator of the Year at the Wisconsin Rural Water Association Technical Conference.

Mike Lynch submitted his written report and had nothing to add.

DeWayne Reiten from Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin (MEUW) appeared to explain what services MEUW have to offer. They provide a regional safety management program that will provide policies and training for all the departments of the Village. Jim Turner moved to approve the proposal from MEUW to provide safety management for the Village, second Mark Trowbridge. Carried 7-0

 

Bartender license application for Christian Trommerhauser was presented for approval. Jim Turner moved to approve the bartender license for Christian Trommerhauser provided all criteria have been met, second Ben Hester. Carried 7-0

 

OLD BUSINESS

            The Street Committee reported that Haas will be coming back to repair some of the issues on 6th Street, including fixing the approach at 411 N. 6th Street and billing the cost to the home owner as they caused the damage to the curb. The committee also discussed having an informational meeting at the Community Center prior to the start of the Main Street construction for all the residents and business owners.

            The Street Committee recommended giving the 72” Sweepster broom to Tractor Central for $800 credit towards any attachment or equipment at Tractor Central. The Committee had also received a bid from Dave Adams of $200 for the broom. Jim Turner moved to accept Tractor Central’s offer of $800 store credit for the 72” Sweepster broom, second Steve Johnson. Carried 7-0

            Mark Trowbridge recommended appointing Tim Gerber to the Planning Commission to fill out the term vacated by Greg Hammerel. Dave Ebner moved to approve the appointment of Tim Gerber to the Planning Commission to fill out the term vacated by Greg Hammerel, second Jim Turner. Carried 7-0

            Kevin (Buzzy) Adams submitted an offer to purchase the Village owned property between the fire department and L’Cars in the amount of $28,000. Kevin will also pay to have a new Certified Survey Map done to exclude the part of the property that the fire department is using. Roger Olson provided a comparison to the commercial property the School District sold the Blue Hills Therapy. Dave Ebner moved to accept the offer of $28,000 from Kevin Adams for the purchase of the vacant lot between the fire department and L’Cars, less the blacktopped portion at the Fire Department, second Russ Hulback. Carried 7-0

            The Village had not been given the okay from Rural Development to award the bids for the Main Street project prior to the meeting, so no action could be taken.

 

NEW BUSINESS

            The Parks/Cemetery Committee recommended putting the installation of a concrete pad at Guy Spiers Park for the exercise equipment that was purchased last year out for bids. Jim Turner moved to advertise for bids to install a concrete pad at Guy Spiers Park for the exercise equipment that has been purchased, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0

            The Parks/Cemetery Committee recommended getting quotes to finish the curb & gutter and blacktopping of the parking lot at Guy Spiers Park for an estimated cost of $10,000. Jim Turner moved to approve up to $10,000 for blacktopping and curb & gutter at Guy Spiers Park, second Ben Hester. Carried 7-0

            Jim Turner moved to put seal coating & painting of tennis courts out for bid, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0

            The purchase of an outdoor display unit was tabled for lack of quotes.

            Steve Johnson moved to accept the bid of $7,500 from TM Roofing to replace the roof on the garage located at 605 ½ W. Main Street, second Russ Hulback. Carried 7-0

            Jim Turner moved to replace the damaged compressor at the Community Center at a cost of $3,655 by Bartingale Mechanical, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0

            Jim Turner moved to accept the recommendation from the Planning Commission to allow Todd Swartz to finish out the Glenwood Addition with a Prefurbia Concept, second Steve Johnson. Carried 7-0

            The Spring Cleanup date was set for Saturday, May 12, 2018.

            Randy Hill suggested that because the Village’s insurance policy only covered portions of the buildings to be resided, that quotes should be solicited to side the entire buildings. Also, all the building should be looked at and bids should be sought for any repairs that are needed. Monies are available in the Building Fund Outlay Account.

 

            Prior to adjournment, Mark Trowbridge presented Jim Turner with a plaque in recognition of his 26 years of service on the Village Board.

 

As there was no further business to attend to, at 7:24 Steve Johnson moved to adjourn, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0

 

           

Village of Cameron Contact Phone Numbers

Village Hall

(715) 458-2117

(Please call Roger or Ardith at (715) 458-2117  to reserve the Pavillion.)

Assessor/Building Inspector, Bill Koepp

(715) 790-3688

Community Center

(715) 458-2765

Fire Department

Emergency – 911; or 458-2504

Library

(715) 458-2267

Municipal Court Judge –

(715) 458-2117

Public Works Department

(715) 458-2158

Police Department

(715) 458-2117 or 911 if emergency

School District of Cameron

(715) 458-4560

 

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