01/02/19 – Plan and Review Commission Meeting Agenda

MEETING NOTICE
Town of Spider Lake
Plan and Review Commission Meeting
Town Hall
10896 W Town Hall Road
January 2, 2019
Immediately Following the Public Hearing Beginning at 6:00 P.M.

Agenda is as follows:

1. Call to Order.

2. Pledge of Allegiance.

3. Approval of the Minutes of the December 5, 2018 Meeting.

4. Zoning Administrator’s Report.

5. Any other business that may come before the Commission for Discussion.

6. Adjournment.

Posted this 29th day of December, 2018
Christine Ferda, Clerk

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12/12/18 – Monthly Town Board Meeting Minutes

TOWN OF SPIDER LAKE, SAWYER CO., WI
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MONTHLY MEETING
DECEMBER 12, 2018

The Town of Spider Lake Board of Supervisors monthly meeting was called to order by Town Chair Hucker at 7:00 PM. Present were Hucker, Brandt, McGuiness, Cerman, Huot, Clerk Ferda, Treasurer Overman and Fire Chief Nelson.

Motion was made by Cerman and 2nd by Huot to approve the agenda. All in favor. Motion carried.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Motion was made by McGuiness and 2nd by Brandt to approve the Town Board minutes of 11-14-18, the Special Town Board minutes of 11-14-18, the Plan & Review Commission minutes of 11-7-18 and the Solid Waste Committee minutes of 11-19-18. Hucker noted that “[sic]” has been added to the Solid Waste Committee minutes after the words “items 1-5”. The paperwork that the representative from Republic Services states acceptable recyclable items are numbered 1, 2 & 5. On the tape, she stated 1 through 5. Based on all the other materials received from the representative, the acceptable recyclable items should be numbered 1, 2 & 5. All in favor. Motion carried.

Overman presented the Treasurer’s report. November 2018 receipts were $42,143.41 and expenditures were $215,079.56 leaving a balance of $597,329.63.

The vouchers were presented for payment. Motion to approve checks numbered #023151 through #023309 (including EFT checks) in the amount of $62,749.78 was made by Huot and 2nd by McGuiness. All in favor. Motion carried.

Motion was made by McGuiness and 2nd by Huot to adopt Resolution #2018-07 (copy attached) amending the 2018 budget by transferring $5,000.00 from the Road Construction & Maintenance line item to the Operations & Equipment Repair line item in the Roads budget, by transferring $2,000.00 from the Road Construction & Maintenance line item to the Administration, Wages & Benefits line item in the Roads budget, by transferring $2,000.00 from the Road Construction & Maintenance line item to the Fuel, Utilities & Supplies line item in the Roads budget and by transferring $3,500.00 from the Road Construction & Maintenance line item to the Capital Outlay Roads budget. A roll call vote was taken. 5 yes and no nay votes. Motion carried.

Motion was made by Brandt and 2nd by McGuiness to approve the following wage increases effective January 1, 2019 – Road Crew Lead Worker position rate as $25.27 per hour, the Equipment Operator, Truck Driver and Mechanic position rate as $24.09 per hour and the part-time road worker at $20.09 per hour. All in favor. Motion carried.

Motion was made by Cerman and 2nd by Huot to approve the following wage increases effective January 1, 2019 – the Solid Waste Attendant and Town Hall janitor at $13.50 per hour. Cerman questioned the practice of restricting the road crew from taking vacation during the months of November through April because it would interfere with snow plowing. He stated that this limits the employee to a relatively short period of time that they can take vacation. Discussion was held. Hucker stated that in the past there has been some flexibility in the policy but it is not encouraged. The road crew should contact McGuiness as he has the discretion to allow a day off occasionally. All in favor. Motion carried.

Motion was made by Huot and 2nd by Brandt to approve the following wage increases effective January 1, 2019 – Chief Election Inspector at $11.50 per hour and Election Inspectors at $11.00 per hour. All in favor. Motion carried.

Plan & Review Commission
Zoning Administrator Report – Hucker reported discussion was held regarding the details of transitioning the zoning administrator’s position from Boss to Olson including contact information, phone line & storage space.

Regarding Sawyer County’s proposed changes to its A-1 and A-2 zoning districts, a motion was made by Cerman and 2nd by McGuiness to accept the recommendation of the Commission to support the proposed changes noting that the town will continue to enforce its own zoning ordinance’s provisions where the town is more restrictive than the County. All in favor. Motion carried. The county is proposing to revert back to the previous Ag ordinances which were less restrictive and if anyone wishes to take advantage of the Farmland Preservation program an “overlay district” for that property may be created.

Hucker reported that the updated comprehensive plan is available on the town’s website and a hard copy of the plan can be obtained from the clerk.

The public hearing for the proposed Metallic Mining Ordinance is scheduled for January 2, 2019 at 6:00 PM.

Committee Reports
Roads – Equipment Status – McGuiness reported that the mower has been repaired due to hydraulic issues and bolts that have sheared off the motor head.

Huot questioned whether or not the backhoe should be removed from the insurance. He will find out what the premium cost is and will make a determination if it should be removed. The backhoe should be put up for sale as soon as possible.

Health & Safety – Fire Department Report – Fire Chief Nelson reported that there are currently no issues within the fire department. The door at station #2 was open and discussion was held on how to keep this from happening again.

Regarding communications, Hucker reported that the application has been received by the FCC and is currently under review. Hanson (Round Lake) is trying to obtain an update on costs.

Discussion was held regarding the doors being left unlocked at the town hall.

Solid Waste – Brandt reported that the fourth recycling dumpster has finally been redelivered. Discussion was held regarding acceptable recyclable items.

Insurance & Finance – Huot reported that the town received a dividend check in the amount of $1,716.00 for a favorable loss experience under worker’s compensation for 2017.

Clerk’s Report
Other Correspondence – Ferda reviewed how eligible voters can legally sign candidate’s nomination papers. There is one position for town chair, one for clerk and one for treasurer. Therefore eligible voters can only sign one candidate’s nominations papers for these three positions. There are two positions for supervisor. Therefore eligible voters can only sign two candidate’s nomination papers.

Motion was made by Hout and 2nd by Brandt to grant the request of the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival to utilize town roads for its bicycle race on 9-14-19 subject to receiving a $1,000,000.00 certificate of liability insurance and a note that removal of signage and ribbons be done in a timely matter upon the race’s completion. All in favor. Motion carried.

Ferda reported on the 2018 mill rates for the town. The Hayward School District rate is $10.05 and the Chequamegon School District rate is $12.43.

Questions from Audience and Other Matters for Discussion Purposes Only
Cerman thanked Nelson for removing trees before they fell into the roadway.

Bobbi Huot advised contacting Peter Spencer regarding the removal of signs for the Fat Tire bike race. She also questioned the cost of the Town Hall Rd. project stating the cost is nowhere near the $700,000.00 to $800,000.00 that was projected by Hucker. Hucker replied that he does not recall ever making that statement and if he did, he misspoke. He stated the approximate cost so far is between $150,000.00 and $200,000.00 and the paving still needs to be done.

Motion was made by Huot and 2nd by Brandt to adjourn. All in favor. Motion carried.

Christine Ferda
Town Clerk

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12/05/18 – Plan and Review Commission Meeting Minutes

Town of Spider Lake
Plan and Review Commission Meeting Minutes
December 5, 2018

The Plan and Review Commission meeting was called to order by Chair Hucker at approximately 6:00 p.m. with Cerman, Brandt, Ross, Hucker, alternate Thearin, along with Secretary Tripodi and Zoning Administrator Olson, and Assistant Zoning Administrator Boss present. Thearin will sit as Mazik was absent.

Pledge of Allegiance

Motion made by Brandt and seconded by Cerman to approve the 11-7-2018 meeting minutes. MC 5-0

Zoning Administrator’s Report

Boss handed out his monthly report. There were one Land Use Permit Non-Shoreline, One Driveway Permit, and one CSM Review.

Review Sawyer County proposed Agricultural One and Two changes

The County sent a letter regarding changes to the Counties Ordinance 17.4, and 17.5. The County has decided to go back to the old Ag ordinance provisions. The proposed changes are close to what the Town’s current ordinance has. It was noted that the county is moving forward with the possibility of developing a provision for an overlay district if it would assist landowners engaged in agricultural activities to qualify for certain financial benefits. If the concept goes forward, the Town can consider the concept at that time. After discussion the conclusion was that the Commission members had no objections to the proposed county changes and that the changes should not interfere with enforcement of the Town’s zoning ordinance. A motion was made by Ross and seconded by Cerman to recommend to the Town Board that is support the County’s proposal, noting that the Town will continue to enforce its own ordinance provisions to the extent that the Town’s ordinance is more restrictive. For example, The Town’s ordinance does not provide for an Ag 2 District. MC 5-0

Comprehensive Plan

The Comprehensive Plan is now available on the Town’s Website. It can be found under Selected Town Ordinances. Also if someone wishes to purchase a hard copy, they should contact the clerk.

Discussion of County Metallic Mining Ordinance

Hucker gave an update on the Mining Ordinance. A notice will be posted in the paper in December, and there will be a public hearing in January.

Any Other Business That May Come Before the Commission for Discussion

There was none.

Motion to adjourn by Brandt and seconded by Cerman, MC 5-0

Chelsea Tripodi Secretary

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01/02/19 – Notice of Public Hearing

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TOWN OF SPIDER LAKE PLAN AND REVIEW COMMISSION
SAWYER CO, WI
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 6:00 P.M.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Spider Lake Plan and Review Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 6:00 P.M. at the Town Hall, 10896W Town Hall Rd, Hayward Wisconsin to consider making a recommendation to the Town Board to adopt proposed addition to the Town of Spider Lake Land Use Ordinance # 17-88 including the following:

1. Creation of Section 6.25, establishing procedures, regulations and requirements for metallic mining.

Copies of the detailed Amendments are available from the Town Clerk, 10896W Town Hall Rd, Hayward, WI 54843 or phone 715-462-3977.
The monthly Plan & Review Commission meeting will immediately follow.

/s/Christine Ferda, Clerk

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12/12/18 – Monthly Town Board Meeting Agenda

MEETING NOTICE
December 12, 2018
10896W Town Hall Rd.
TOWN OF SPIDER LAKE MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Spider Lake Board of Supervisors will hold its regular Monthly Town Board Meeting on December 12, 2018 commencing 7:00 P.M. at the Town Hall.

Agenda is as follows:

  1. Call to Order
  2. Approval of the Agenda
  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Approval of Minutes: TBM 11/14/18, SPECIAL TBM 11/14/18, PRC 11/7/18, SOLID WASTE 11/9/18
  5. Treasurer’s Report
  6. Vouchers
  7. Budget Amendments, If Any
  8. Wage Adjustments for 2018 (Road Crew, Solid Waste and Town Hall Cleaning)
  9. Wage Increase for Election Workers
  10. Plan & Review Commission Report
    • Zoning Administrator’s Report
    • Recommendation to Town Board Regarding County’s Proposed Changes to A-1 and A-2 County Zoning Ordinance
    • Setting Date for Public Hearing on Draft Metallic Mining Ordinance
  11. Committee Reports
    1. Roads
      • Equipment Status
    2. Health and Safety
      • Fire Department Report
      • Update Regarding Work With Round Lake re Communications
    3. Solid Waste
    4. Insurance and Finance
      • Return of Premium – Worker’s Comp Dividend
  12. Clerk’s Report
    • Other Correspondence
    • Request to Use Certain Portions of Town Roads for Chequamegon Fat Tire Race on 9-14-19
    • Status of 2018 Mill Rate
  13. Questions from Audience and Other Matters for Discussion Purposes Only
  14. Adjournment

Posted this 8th day of December 2018
Christine Ferda, Town Clerk


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12/05/18 – Plan and Review Commission Meeting Agenda

MEETING NOTICE
Town of Spider Lake
Plan and Review Commission Meeting
Town Hall
10896 W Town Hall Road
December 5, 2018
6:00 P.M.

Agenda is as follows:

1. Call to Order.

2. Pledge of Allegiance.

3. Approval of the Minutes of the November 7, 2018 Meeting.

4. Zoning Administrator’s Report.

5. Review Sawyer County’s proposed Agricultural One and Two changes and make recommendation.

6. Any other business that may come before the Commission for Discussion.

7. Adjournment.

Posted this 1st day of December, 2018
Christine Ferda, Clerk

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11/14/18 – Board of Supervisors Monthly Meeting Minutes

TOWN OF SPIDER LAKE, SAWYER CO., WI
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MONTHLY MEETING
NOVEMBER 14, 2018

The Town of Spider Lake Board of Supervisors monthly meeting was called to order by Town Chair Hucker immediately following the Special Town Board meeting at approximately 6:20 PM. Present were Hucker, Brandt, McGuiness, Cerman, Huot, Clerk Ferda, Treasurer Overman, Fire Chief Nelson and Lead Worker Fogal.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Motion was made by Cerman and 2nd by Huot to approve the agenda. All in favor. Motion carried.

Motion was made by Brandt and 2nd by Huot to approve the Town Board minutes of 10-10-18 & 10-19-18, the Plan & Review Commission minutes of 10-3-18, the Road Committee minutes of 10-15-18, the Health & Safety Committee minutes of 10-15-18 and the Solid Waste Committee minutes of 10-15-18. All in favor. Motion carried.

Overman presented the Treasurer’s report. October 2018 receipts were $59,163.62 and expenditures were $51,340.35 leaving a balance of $770,265.78.

The vouchers were presented for payment. Discussion was held regarding the placement of the culverts and the costs of the Town Hall Rd. project. The cost to get rid of the TV’s and electronics that were collected over the summer was $930.00. Motion to approve checks numbered #023187 through #023250 (including EFT checks) in the amount of $230,326.92 was made by McGuiness and 2nd by Cerman. Discussion was held regarding whether or not the town should request proposals for diesel. The town requested proposals approximately three years ago and the diesel supply companies declined to respond. Fogal is currently checking with Heinz Oil for prices. All in favor. Motion carried.

Motion was made by Huot and 2nd by McGuiness to adopt Resolution #2018-06 (copy attached) amending the 2018 budget by transferring $1,500.00 from the Capital Reserve & Contingency line item to the Solid Waste Recycling line item and by transferring $8,000.00 from the Road Construction & Maintenance line item to the Fuel, Utilities & Supplies line item in the Roads budget. A roll call vote was taken. 5 yes and no nay votes. Motion carried.

Overman reported on the WTA County quarterly meeting. A WTA attorney in program development attended the meeting. The Sawyer County Sheriff gave a report. Educational programs were discussed. Next year’s WTA convention will be held at Wisconsin Dells.

Motion was made by Brandt and 2nd by Huot to approve the assessor’s contract for 2019 in the amount of $13,200.00 and to authorize the Town Chair & Clerk to sign the contract on behalf of the town. Cerman questioned #9 of the contract which states the town will hold Riglemon harmless from all claims & liabilities due the appraisal of property and wanted to know if the town would then be liable. After discussion, it was concluded that the town’s insurance should cover any incidents that may arise. All in favor. Motion carried.

Motion was made by Brandt and 2nd by Cerman to appoint Dale Olson as the Zoning Administrator and to appoint Steve Boss as the assistant Zoning Administrator to become effective 12-1-18. All in favor. Motion carried.

Plan & Review Commission Report
Zoning Administrator Report – Hucker reported that there were a couple of new permits and compliance issues.

Hucker reported that the commission again reviewed the proposed Metallic Mining Ordinance. The town’s attorney has yet to return the final draft discussed last week. A public hearing on the ordinance may be scheduled for December, but more likely because of time constraints, will be scheduled in January. The ordinance is based on the county’s ordinance; however, it is more restrictive in the areas of hours of operation and maintaining an increased distance between where the operations will be done and existing occupied structures. The ordinance will become paragraph 16.25 under Part 1 of the existing zoning ordinance.

Committee Reports
Roads – Equipment Status – McGuiness reported that there have been some small repairs to equipment. Fogal reported that according to CAT, a full service review covered under a maintenance agreement, was due on the grader. CAT performed the services and then discovered the agreement had expired. The cost to the town was $1,700.00. Fogal stated that the road crew will service the grader in the future.

McGuiness reported that the culvert project on Upper A has been scheduled for the summer of 2019. Fogal advised that the culvert on FR 336 (Mathey Rd) will be three times the size of the current culvert. JR Excavating has quoted a price of $2,500.00 to install the culvert. He will check with Mark Koshak of the Forest Service to see if the town can be reimbursed for all or some of the installation.

Regarding the Town Hall Rd. project, the engineers have signed off on the DNR permit and Hucker (based upon the engineer’s assessment) has signed off the Core of Engineers permit on behalf of the town. The engineers have also signed off on paying Antczak Construction with a 1% holdback for the removal of the silt fence in the spring.

Motion was made by McGuiness and 2nd by Huot to terminate Fogal’s probationary period retroactive to November 1, 2018. All in favor. Motion carried.

Motion was made by McGuiness and 2nd by Huot to amend the employee handbook:1) Article 2 Section C – remove “The successful bidder” and replace with “A current employee” 2) remove wage rates per hour and the hourly amounts listed on Appendix A. All in favor. Motion carried.

Hucker introduced Dale Olson.

Health & Safety – Fire Department Report – Fire Chief Nelson reported that there are currently no issues within the fire department.

Hucker reported that there are no new developments with Round Lake regarding communications. Hucker will follow-up with Round Lake.

Hucker reported on the Day Lake Dam tabletop exercise he attended on October 17th. An action plan will be received along with a map when ready.

Hucker reported submitting two CWPP grant applications for the town for the “brush days” and ROW fuels reduction.

Solid Waste – Motion was made by Huot and 2nd by Brandt to increase the cost of 33 gallon bags from $3.50 to $4.00 and bags larger than 33 gallons may be subject to a $6.00 charge effective 12-1-18. Revenues may not cover the cost this year. Discussion was held regarding why the increases are necessary. The charges for white goods will be reviewed. All in favor. Motion carried. Brandt reviewed new cost proposals that were received from Republic Services. Motion was made by Brandt and 2nd by Huot to authorize the clerk to sign the proposals subject to the prices being consistent with what the representative told the solid waste committee. Discussion was held regarding what percentage of customers were not from Spider Lake, if short-term rentals are affecting the volume increase and if full time residents could pay a lesser cost then part time residents and those that live outside of Spider Lake. All in favor. 5-0. Motion carried. Brandt reported that Republic Services will only take recycling numbered 1, 2 and 5 and no plastic bags.

Insurance & Finance – The Horton Group sent figures on next year’s insurance policies. Workmen’s comp will be $715.00 less in 2019 and the package policy will increase by $234.00. The cost on the accident and sickness policy is unknown at this time. Fogal advised that if the backhoe is insured, it can be removed from the policy as it is out of service. Huot will check to see if renting equipment, such as a chipper, is covered.

Clerk’s Report
Other Correspondence – An email was received (through the county treasurer) from James Igowsky regarding property on Nowak Rd. that is delinquent for tax years 2014-2017 and is an eyesore. Igowsky wants to know if the town has a process for cleaning up the property. The town does not have a nuisance ordinance. Hucker and Overman will prepare a letter to the property owners.

The final estimate for the January 1, 2018 population is 361.

A letter was received from Sawyer County zoning regarding changes to its A-1 and A-2 zoning districts. The county is proposing to revert back to the previous Ag ordinances which were less restrictive and if anyone wishes to take advantage of the Farmland Preservation program an “overlay district” for that property will be created. The information will be forwarded to the Plan & Review Commission for review and will be placed on the December town board meeting agenda as well.

Questions from Audience and Other Matters for Discussion Purposes Only
Patrick Delaney asked if the 250 ribbons that have been marking the wetlands for the past sixteen months for the Town Hall Rd. project could be removed. Hucker advised that they should remain in place until the silt fence is removed next spring.

Patrick Delaney asked if raising the tax levy to cover solid waste and recycling disposal costs would be more beneficial than raising the bag rates. His concern is that people will dump trash in the woods.

Roger Stahl asked how to contact Dale Olson. He advised that he will be available by text, phone and email. He will have office hours at the town hall.

Motion was made by Huot and 2nd by Cerman to adjourn. All in favor. Motion carried.

Christine Ferda
Town Clerk

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11/14/18 – Special Town Board Meeting Minutes

TOWN OF SPIDER LAKE, SAWYER CO., WI
SPECIAL TOWN BOARD MEETING 11-14-18

The Town of Spider Lake Special Town Board Meeting was called to order by Town Chair Hucker immediately following the Special Meeting of the Electors. Present were Hucker, Brandt, McGuiness, Cerman, Huot, Clerk Ferda and Treasurer Overman. There were a total of nineteen electors present including the town board, clerk and treasurer.

The purpose of the meeting was to adopt the Town budget (pursuant to Section 60.40(4) of WI Statutes) for 2019 in the amount of $726,326.00. Hucker reviewed certain portions of the proposed 2019 budget. Motion to adopt as proposed was made by Huot and 2nd by McGuiness. 19 yes votes and no nay votes. Motion carried.

Motion to adjourn was made by Cerman and 2nd by McGuiness. All in favor. Motion carried.

Christine Ferda
Town Clerk

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11/14/18 – Special Meeting of the Electors Minutes

TOWN OF SPIDER LAKE, SAWYER CO., WI
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE ELECTORS 11-14-18

The Town of Spider Lake Special Meeting of the Electors was called to order by Town Chair Hucker immediately following the Public Hearing for the 2019 budget. Present were Hucker, Brandt, McGuiness, Cerman, Huot, Clerk Ferda and Treasurer Overman. There were a total of nineteen electors present including the town board, clerk and treasurer.

Motion to approve the 2018 town levy to be paid in 2019 in the amount of $266,929.00 was made by Dolores Brandt and 2nd by Donna Nickel. Motion carried. 19 yes votes and no nay votes.

Motion to approve no changes in compensation for the elected officials whose terms of office begin on April 16, 2019 was made by Jim Nickel and 2nd by Case Mazik. Motion carried. 19 yes votes and no nay votes.

Motion to adjourn was made by Dolores Brandt and 2nd by Roger Stahl. Motion carried. 19 yes and no nay votes.

Christine Ferda
Town Clerk

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11/14/18 – Budget Public Hearing Minutes

TOWN OF SPIDER LAKE, SAWYER CO., WI
BUDGET PUBLIC HEARING 11-14-18

The Town of Spider Lake Budget Hearing was called to order by Town Chair Hucker at 6:00 PM. Present were Hucker, Brandt, McGuiness, Cerman, Huot, Clerk Ferda and Treasurer Overman. There were a total of nineteen electors present including the town board, clerk and treasurer.

Hucker reported that the board is not proposing any significant changes in the 2019 budget. Hucker noted that the 2019 budget revenues and expenditures will be less than the 2018 budget. Expenditures will be less largely due to the cost of the Town Hall Rd. project that was completed this year. Costs for the project were approximately 30% more than the engineer’s estimate. The maximum allowable 2018 (payable 2019) levy limit allowed by the State is $266,929.00. This is an increase of $1,392.00 over last year due to net new construction resulting in an increase of 0.52% increase in the levy. Costs for fuel and equipment maintenance will be increased for 2019. Applied surplus in the amount of $55,000.00 will be used to meet the 2019 budget.

Jim Nickel asked if funds will be available for any communication improvements. Hucker replied funds are available under the Fire Protection line item and the Operations & Equipment Repair line item of the Roads budget. If needed, funds could be used from the Capital Improvement or Capital Equipment funds. Any funds available at the end of the year in the Fire Dept. budget will roll over to 2019 for communication improvements.

Hucker reported that there will be no proposed increase in compensation for the elected officials, which include Town Chair, two Supervisors, Clerk and Treasurer, whose term will begin on April 16, 2019.

There were no further questions or comments from the electors present at the hearing.

The Public Hearing was closed at 6:07 PM.

Christine Ferda
Town Clerk

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