Agenda

VILLAGE BOARD MEETING

VILLAGE OF BIRNAMWOOD

TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2020

Matsche Center, 363 Railroad St.

7:00 p.m.

  1. Call to order
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Adoption of agenda
  4. Motion to deviate from the order of agenda if necessary
  5. Public comments
  6. Reading and approval of minutes
  7. Approval to pay bills as presented
  8. Old business
  9. Backes Store bank offer
  10. Coronavirus
  11. ballpark fence repairs
  12. Merry-go-rounds
  13. Ditches & culverts on Corazalla Dr – Phase 1 cost estimates
  14. Birchwood Park pathway from shelter to pond & parking lot estimates
  15. Speed sign reports – notify Shawano County?
  16. Enforcement of ordinances
  17. Deferred business
  18. New Business

A: Les Siegel fireworks permit

B: events

C: Next meeting – June 8, 2020

It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum  of members of other governmental bodies of the Municipality may be in attendance at the above stated meeting to gather information; no action will be taken by any governmental body at the above stated meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to above in this notice.

Please note, that upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. For additional information or to request this service, contact the Village Clerk at 715-449-2001 or PO Box M, Birnamwood, WI 54414. Accommodations due to disability can be made by calling 715-449-3141 or 715-449-2001.

LAURI KLUMPYAN, CLERK

Posted Monday, May 18, 2020

5/11/20 minutes

PROCEEDINGS OF REGULAR MEETING MAY 11, 2020
A regular meeting of the Birnamwood Village Board was held on Monday evening, May 11, 2020
at the Matsche Center.
All members were present.
Also present: Tom Gatz, Merriam Nelson & Ed Resch.
President Sprague called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. 
Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Minutes were read and approved. 
Bills were presented.
Behm/Schmidt m/s/c to approve bills as presented. Roll call vote – all yes. 
Liberty Bank is asking $25,000.00 for the store. Not worth it. We will wait and see what happens next. 
Covid-19 rules keep changing. Wondering how our Ambulance Dept. is holding up. 
Ball park surfacing complete. Fencing to be completed on the 18th. 
Trustee Dombrowski submitted a phase 1 proposal for ditches and culverts in the Corazalla Subdivision.
Need to start getting cost estimates and repairs done before road deteriorates entirely. 
Birchwood Park restocking complete. Trustee Schmidt is getting another estimate for parking lot and 
pathway from shelter to pond. 
President Sprague spoke with Village Attorney in regard to enforcement of ordinances and fee 
assessments. We need to get set up on the Court dockets for both counties and have our ordinances
written correctly so they are enforceable and list the amounts of fees to be assessed. Initial set up
would cost approximately $1,000-1,500.
Reports were received from the portable speed sign. A large percentage of traffic is in violation. 
The next step is to report to the County so streets can be monitored.
Committees were discussed and realigned with members assigned as listed on attachment. 
A letter was received from the Tavern League asking for a decrease in fees for liquor licenses due to
the lack of business from Covid-19. We will wait until the next meeting to see how regulations
change. 
Open Book will be May 27, 2020 from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Board of Review will be June 3, 2020 for
the same time period. 
Next meeting will be postponed until Tuesday, May 26th, because of Memorial Day on Monday.
Many ATV-UTV violations are being observed. Residents need to remember that it is a privilege
to use these vehicles and Village streets and this can be rescinded at any time.
Receipts were reported for April.
Schmidt/R. Resch m/s/c to adjourn at 8:45 p.m.
Lauri Klumpyan, clerk/treasurer

ATV/UTV Users!

The Village Board has observed many ATV/UTV violations. Please remember that ATV/UTV use on Village streets is a privilege, not a right! If regulations are not followed, the Board can rescind the ordinance just as easily as it was enacted!

agenda

VILLAGE BOARD MEETING

VILLAGE OF BIRNAMWOOD

MONDAY, MAY 11, 2020

Matsche Center, 363 Railroad St.

7:00 p.m.

  1. Call to order
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Adoption of agenda
  4. Motion to deviate from the order of agenda if necessary
  5. Public comments
  6. Reading and approval of minutes
  7. Approval to pay bills as presented
  8. Old business
  9. Backes Store bank offer
  10. Coronavirus
  11. ballpark surfacing, fence caps, gate & fence repairs
  12. Merry-go-rounds
  13. Ditches & culverts on Corazalla Dr
  14. Birchwood Park pond restocking, pathway from shelter to pond
  15. Deferred business
  16. New Business

A: Review committees

B: events

C: Next meeting – May 25, 2020? (Memorial Day)

It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum  of members of other governmental bodies of the Municipality may be in attendance at the above stated meeting to gather information; no action will be taken by any governmental body at the above stated meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to above in this notice.

Please note, that upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. For additional information or to request this service, contact the Village Clerk at 715-449-2001 or PO Box M, Birnamwood, WI 54414. Accommodations due to disability can be made by calling 715-449-3141 or 715-449-2001.

LAURI KLUMPYAN, CLERK

Posted Monday, May 4, 2020

4/27/20 minutes

PROCEEDINGS OF REGULAR MEETING APRIL 27, 2020
A regular meeting of the Birnamwood Village Board was held on Monday evening, April 27, 2020
at the Matsche Center.
All members were present.
Also present: Tom Gatz & Ed Resch.
President Sprague called the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. 
Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Oath of Office was issued to Carol Resch & Jody Dombrowski
Minutes were read and approved. 
Bills were presented.
R. Resch/Schmidt m/s/c to approve bills as presented. Roll call vote – all yes. 
REI did asbestos testing for $2,500.00. Will cost $600 to remove freon from equipment, also need to remove a mercury
thermometer and light ballists. Bids for asbestos removal were $5,600 from EPS and $8,172 from Mavo Systems. Demo
of building would be approximately $55,000. Still waiting to hear back from Intercity Bank that owns the building. 
Bleachers are done at the ball park, surfacing to be done May 4th. 
Birchwood Pond restocking to be done this week. Cancel contract with Cason in Nov/Dec. 
Bid from Kirk Rucker for Birchwood pathway from shelter to pond $1,800.00.
Cost to repair old copier would have been $550-$650. Bids received from Marco $690.99, Clermont $599.00.  Purchased
from Clermont and all set up.
Flow monitors in sewer lines.
Chris will make a sign for Birnamwood Village Park.
R. Resch/Schmidt m/s/c to approve placement of a tiny geocache on the fence at the ball field. Roll call vote – all yes. 
Schmidt/R. Resch m/s/c to adjourn at 8:15 p.m.
Lauri Klumpyan, clerk/treasurer

Agenda

VILLAGE BOARD MEETING

VILLAGE OF BIRNAMWOOD

MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2020

Matsche Center, 363 Railroad St.

7:00 p.m.

  1. Call to order
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Oath of office
  4. Adoption of agenda
  5. Motion to deviate from the order of agenda if necessary
  6. Public comments
  7. Reading and approval of minutes
  8. Approval to pay bills as presented
  9. Old business
  10. Backes Store asbestos testing results
  11. Coronavirus
  12. ballpark surfacing, fence caps, gate & fence repairs, bleachers
  13. Merry-go-rounds
  14. Ditches & culverts on Corazalla Dr
  15. Birchwood Park pond restocking
  16. Deferred business
  17. New Business

A: Review committees

B: events

C: Next meeting – May 11, 2020

It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum  of members of other governmental bodies of the Municipality may be in attendance at the above stated meeting to gather information; no action will be taken by any governmental body at the above stated meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to above in this notice.

Please note, that upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. For additional information or to request this service, contact the Village Clerk at 715-449-2001 or PO Box M, Birnamwood, WI 54414. Accommodations due to disability can be made by calling 715-449-3141 or 715-449-2001.

LAURI KLUMPYAN, CLERK

Posted Monday, April 20, 2020

4/13/20 minutes

PROCEEDINGS OF REGULAR MEETING APRIL 13, 2020
A regular meeting of the Birnamwood Village Board was held on Monday evening, April 13, 2020
at the Matsche Center.
All members were present.
Also present: Tom Gatz & Ed Resch.
President Sprague called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. 
Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Minutes were read and approved. 
Bills were presented.
Schmidt/Behm m/s/c to approve bills as presented. Roll call vote – all yes. 
Behm/Schmidt m/s/c to adopt resolution #20-3-1 to vacate alley. Roll call vote – all yes.
Waiting for results of asbestos testing at Backes Store.
Surface paving at ball park and fencing should be complete by April 22. 5′ will be cut off bleachers so they 
can be moved forward for better visability. Net has been installed on batting cage. 
Bids need to be obtained for ditches and culverts on Corazalla Dr. 
LRIP bid permission will probably not be released until late summer. May need to put blacktoppong project
off until next year to get on calendar and better cost. 
Schmidt/Dombrowski m/s/c to purchase 320 bluegills + delivery at a cost of $500.00. Roll call vote – all yes.
Schmidt/Behm m/s/c to purchase data software for speed sign for $425.00. Roll call vote – all yes.
Bids for tires for Village truck: Brickmer’s $494, Pomp’s $697, Beversdorf $862, Southside Tire $886. 
Tires were purchased from Brickner’s and mounted for $577.84.
Behm/Schmidt m/s/c to hire Green Bay Pipe & Tving for televising 5000′ of sewer pipes for $4,450.00.
Roll call vote – all yes.
Monitors are out in the sewer lines to record data.
A letter will be sent to Shawano Co. in regard to 405 Maple St.
Receipts for March were reported.
Schmidt/R. Resch m/s/c to adjourn at 7:55 p.m.
Lauri Klumpyan, clerk/treasurer