VILLAGE OF CAMERON REGULAR BOARD MEETING
MONDAY, JUNE 13, 2022
CAMERON VILLAGE HALL
300 N. 1st MAIN STREET
The Cameron Village Board met in regular session on Monday, June 13, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cameron Village Hall. Members present: Steve Johnson, Ben Hester, Randy Hill, Dave Ebner, Russ Hulback, Dylan Bahr and Mark Trowbridge presiding.
Also present: Matt Shilts, Jaden Ebert, Amy Kelsey, Bill Koepp, and Adam Steffen.
The minutes of the May 9, 2022 regular meeting was mailed out prior to the meeting. Dave Ebner moved to approve the minutes of the May 9, 2022 regular meeting, second Dylan Bahr. Carried 7-0.
The June payables were presented in printed form. Ben Hester moved to approve the payment of the June payables, with additions as printed, second Russ Hulback. Carried 7-0
Public Comment: No public comments.
Bill Koepp reported that there is minimal building going on in the Village, the annual Board of Review went well, and that he is waiting on a briefing from the attorney in regards to the old feed mill.
Jaden Ebert submitted his written report and added that DOT has given their ok to change the merge signs on County SS south where it goes from two to one lane, so Jaden will order and install the signs. Jaden also reported that there has been a fair amount of theft at the cemetery so they have installed cameras and signage.
Adam Steffen submitted his written report and added that he received reports that Wade Goss continues to bring in old trailer homes to his property on W. Poplar Ave., so he informed Mr. Goss that he needs to remove the trailers or he will be cited as they are “junk” and creating a public nuisance. Adam continues to work with Attorney Stephens on the Neisler property.
Matt Shilts presented a Certified Survey Map (CSM) on behalf of Sever Rundhaug of S & R Towing to separate the business site into two lots, one approximate 4 acre cite with the business on it, and one approximate18 acre cite which is vacant land. After much discussion, Steve Johnson moved to approve the CSM as presented, second Mark Trowbridge. Carried 6-1 (Hill against)
Cigarette license applications were presented for renewal: Dollar General, Kwik Trip Inc., and Amwest, Inc. (BP Amoco). Russ Hulback moved to approve the cigarette licenses, second Ben Hester. Carried 7-0
Liquor license applications were presented for renewal: Class B Combination: Cameron House, Ben & Maggie’s Town Pump, Z-Bar, The Webb, L.L.C., Class A Combination: Dollar General, Kwik Trip Inc. Class “B” Beer: Stone Oven Pizzeria. Class “A” Beer: Amwest, Inc. (BP Amoco). Steve Johnson moved to approve the issuance of the liquor license, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0
Bartenders license applications were presented for approval for: Kimberly J. Barribeau, Colleen Bearden, Amanda G. Becker, Sharon J. Benjamin, Candace Brynes, Jenny L. Busch, Theresa L. Clink, Alexis M. Czekalski, Kayla M. Czekalski, Tabitha S. Davis, Sarah M. Dietz, Phillip Dobosz, Pamela K. Frankenberg, Todd S. Garner, Robert M. Grabon, Amanda L. Halverson, Ashley A. Halverson, Shannon Hantke, Benjamin L. Hester, Margaret Hester, Ruth A. Hester, Sarah M. Hinricks, Kimberly J. Jilek, Barbara R. Johnson, Nathan D. Jones, Darlene L. Larson, Gerald D. Loken Jr., Thomas B. Lorow, Madison Losey, Mike T. Losey, Hailey J. Philips, Tasha L. Meinke, Savannah R. Mueller, Kathryn J. Nelson, Denise Paddock, Jennifer B. Radtke, Gary S. Rogers, Joshua A. Roske, Christina A. Saffert, Sheri L. Severson, Robert C. Siemers, Kimberly A. Sykes, Marshall J. Thompson, Tina L Thompson, Christian Trommerhaeuser, Ronda E Trommerhaeuser, Sable A. Truitt, Melanie K. Vinz, and Kathryn R. Zych. Dave Ebner moved to approve the issuance of the bartender’s license provided all criteria have been met, second Ben Hester. Carried 7-0
Dance license applications for Cameron House, Z-Bar and The Webb were presented for approval. Dylan Bahr moved to approve the issuance of the dance license, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0
There was no old business to attend to.
Dave Ebner, Street Committee Chair, reported that Jaden has sold the old trailer discussed at the May meeting for $8,000 and has purchased the replacement trailer for $7,100, with the difference ($900) going back into the Equipment Outlay account. Jaden had a conversation with Meyer trucks about replacing one of the dump trucks, and they told Jaden it would approximately $215,000 and would not be available until the end of 2023 at the earliest. The committee also reviewed quotes from Senn Blacktop and the Barron County Highway Department for blacktopping projects on Kruger and W. Poplar Avenue’s. The committee recommended accepting the quote from the County as it was $18,000 less than Senn Blacktops. Dave Ebner moved to accept the quote from the Barron County Highway Department for blacktopping projects on Kruger and W. Poplar Avenue’s in the amount of $78,993, second Ben Hester. Carried 7-0
Randy Hill reported that the project at the Sportsman Park has gone over budget due to the need to dig out more material than anticipated. Randy Hill moved to approve expending an additional $4,307.50 on the project, with the funds coming from the Park Outlay Account, second Russ Hulback. Carried 7-0
The Fire Department is organizing a fund raiser for Scott “Hooch” Kucko, who is need of a heart transplant. They are requesting a Temporary Picnic license for Saturday, July 9, 2022. Dave Ebner moved to approve the Temporary Picnic license for Saturday, July 9, 2022, second Ben Hester. Carried 7-0
As there was no other business to attend to, at 6:43 pm Randy Hill moved to adjourn the meeting, second Russ Hulback. Carried 7-0