VILLAGE OF ORFORDVILLE
Regular Board Meeting
Monday, August 26, 2019 7:00 P.M.
Orfordville Village Hall
Main Board Room
CALL TO ORDER
President Gary Phillips called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Present were President Phillips, Tina Suiter Meyers, Beth Schmidt, Chuck Boyce, Terry Gerber, Nikki Tuffree, and Jason Knox. Also present were Attorney Michael Oellerich, Rami Aqel, A.J. Becker, Mike Eggleston Jr., Mike Eggleston Sr., Lori Mueller, Jason Nehls, Kevin Wellnitz, Allison Steinke, Chief Brian Raupp, Nick Todd, and Clerk Sherri Waege.
Clerk Waege verified that on August 22, 2019, copies of the Agenda were delivered to the President and Trustees; and posted at the Village Hall, Library, and the Farmer’s & Merchant’s Bank. There were no additions made to the agenda.
Motion by Knox, seconded by Gerber to approve the minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of August 12, 2019. Motion carried.
CITIZENS WISHING TO BE HEARD
Victor Ballard of 663 Hill Street was present and asked about his fence permit. Clerk Waege will look into it and get a hold of Ballard on Tuesday.
VILLAGE PRESIDENTS UPDATE
President Phillips explained the following meetings and events that he has attended:
· Attended meetings on July 18 and August 7 regarding the Bug Tussle Internet Service
· Attended the meeting on the dog park on August 1st
· Met with Jerry Deschane, the Executive Director of the League of Wisconsin Municipalities, on August 15th, regarding growth and development in small villages in Wisconsin.
· Attended a meeting for the June Days Committee on August 20th
· Met with Kyle Talbott from UW Milwaukee regarding downtown growth in the village. President Phillips further explained that students from UW Milwaukee will be in town interviewing businesses and a small sample of residents on future growth in the village.
Planning Commission recommendation for a Conditional Use Permit for 33 Feeds for Allison Steinke. Motion by Gerber, seconded by Tuffree to accept the Planning Commission recommendation to grant a Conditional Use Permit to Allison Steinke located at 721 Genesis Drive with the following conditions:
1. Hours of Operation 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
2. Outside Lighting cannot affect neighboring properties
3. Outside dumpsters shall be screened from public view
4. Items stored outside must be related to the business activity
5. Must conform to administrative regulation and ordinances of the Village of Orfordville, County of Rock, and State of Wisconsin
6. Use is for retail of animal feed and agricultural supplies
7. The permit is issued exclusively to Allison Steinke
8. Cessation of Use is 90 days
9. Must be available for inspections if necessary
10. Comply with Restrictive Covenants
11. Nuisances, must comply with village ordinances in regards to nuisances
12. Interpretation clause
13. Severability clause.
Planning Commission Recommendation for a Conditional Use Permit for Rami Aqel. Motion by Boyce, seconded by Gerber to accept the Planning Commission recommendation to grant a Conditional Use Permit to Rami Aqel, located at 213 W. Brodhead Street, for car sales based on the following conditions:
1. A limit of 8 cars can be on the property at one time
2. The cars must be parked on a solid surface on the property
3. The hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday thru Saturday
4. Be closed on Sundays, as required by State Statutes
5. Cannot obstruct the vision triangle according to the requirements of the Village Ordinance
6. Must obtain a dealership license through the State of Wisconsin
7. No outside storage allowed (other than the 8 cars)
8. No changes to the outdoor lighting
9. Ownership clause
10. Cessation of Use clause
11. Nuisances clause
12. Interpretation clause
13. Severability clause
Planning Commission Recommendation regarding the Conditional Use Permit review for Sam Mazzarisi for outside consumption at 214 Viking Drive. The Planning Commission tabled the discussion to the Planning Commission meeting on September 3rd. There was no formal action taken.
Permanent Outside Consumption Request of Kerry Knutson for 206 E. Beloit Street. Motion by Knox, seconded by Gerber to table to the September 9, 2019 Regular Board Meeting. Motion carried.
Outside Consumption Request of Lori Mueller. Lori Mueller, owner of Stables Bar & Grill was present to request permission for outside consumption on October 19, 2019 oat 717 and721 Genesis Drive. Mueller and Allison Steinke explained that 33 Feeds is having an Open House on that day. The Rock County Pork Producers will be there and there will also be music. Steinke would like those that attend to be able to purchase a drink from The Stables to have at her outside event. Motion by Knox, seconded by Tuffree to table to the September 9, 2019 meeting to allow time for Chief Raupp to verify with the state. Motion carried.
Agreement with Sonic Internet for Fiber Optic service in the Village. Attorney Oellerich explained that he reviewed the agreement and made a few minor changes. Motion by Tuffree, seconded by Knox to approve the Agreement with Sonic Internet for Fiber Optic service in the Village. Motion carried.
Extension for Mike Eggleston to build on Lot 2 of the Business/Industrial Park. Mike Eggleston Sr. provided a copy of his plans for the site. Eggleston further explained that he has spent $19,000.00 on his plans for this site. Eggleston explained that he submitted the plans to the state, and they have been making changes back and forth. President Phillips explained that Eggleston has not complied with the Developers Agreement to commence construction of the building. President Phillips further explained that Eggleston has already been given two extensions from the Village Board. President Phillips reviewed the plans provided and asked where there was proof that the plans have been submitted to the state. Eggleston did not bring information with. President Phillips asked Clerk Waege to set up a conference call with the state approval agency between herself and Mike Eggleston to determine the status of the project. Motion by Tuffree, seconded by Knox to table to the September 9, 2019 Regular Board Meeting.
Clean up at 314 N. Main Street. Chief Raupp explained that the property owner at 314 N. Main Street was found to be in contempt of court in July for letting his property accumulate junk and trash. Chief Raupp had two bids for the cleanup. Motion by Gerber, seconded by Knox to award the bid to Mike Eggleston for cleanup and removal of the items outside for $500.00. Motion carried.
Motion by Knox, seconded by Boyce to approve the vouchers for $29,162.90. Motion carried.
Motion by Boyce, seconded by Gerber to adjourn at 7:35 p.m. Motion carried.