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Agenda Budget & Finance Committee Meeting Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. Jackson Village Hall N168W20733 Main St Jackson, WI 53037 1.

Call to Order & Roll Call.

2.

Approval of Budget & Finance Minutes: May 9, 2017.

3.

Approval of May 2017 Treasurer’s Report and Check Register.

4.

Fire Department - Use of HIPPA Funds for additional EMT Training.

5.

Fire Department - DNR Matching Grant.

6.

Review of Pay Request #2 Chateau Dr. Reconstruction Project.

7.

Resolution 17-10 – Outdoor Recreation Aid for the Village of Jackson.

8.

2016 Audited Financial Statements.

9.

Citizens to address the Budget & Finance Committee.

10.

Adjourn.

Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodations for attendance at the meeting should contact the Village Hall at least one (1) business day prior to the meeting. It is possible that members of the Village Board may attend the above meeting. No action will be taken by any governmental body at this meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to in this meeting notice. This notice is given so that members of the Village Board may attend the meeting without violating the open meeting law.

Budget & Finance Agenda June 13, 2017

DRAFT MINUTES Budget & Finance Committee Meeting Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. Jackson Village Hall N168W20733 Main St. Jackson, WI 53037 1.

Call to Order & Roll Call. President Schwab called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Members Present: President Schwab, Trustee Kurtz, and Trustee Olson. Village Board Members Present: Trustee Kufahl. Staff Present: John Walther, Brian Kober, Kelly Valentino, and Fire Chief Swaney.

2.

Approval of Budget & Finance Minutes: April 11, 2017, Meeting. Motion by Tr. Kurtz, second by Tr. Olson to approve the minutes for the April 11, 2017, meeting. Vote: 3 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

3.

Approval of the April 2017 Treasurer’s Report and Check Register. The April Treasurer’s Report and Check Register were reviewed. There were no questions received. Motion by Tr. Olson, second by Tr. Kurtz to approve the Treasurer’s Report and Check Register. Vote: 3 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

4.

Review of Pay Request #1 Chateau Dr. Reconstruction Project. Brian Kober reported on the Chateau Drive Reconstruction Project. The project is in the concrete stage right now. Residents have been notified not to use their driveways. Curb, gutter, and sidewalk will be installed. The project is still on schedule. The item was recommended by the Board of Public Works. Motion by Tr. Olson, second by Tr. Kurtz, to recommend approval of Pay Request #1 Chateau Dr. Reconstruction Project in an amount not to exceed $160,378.90. Vote: 3 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

5.

Review of Quotes for Well #3 Inspection and Maintenance. Brian Kober reported on Well #3 Inspection and Maintenance. This is the eight year inspection requirement for well #3. The recommendation is Water Well Solutions in an amount not to exceed $6,315 which includes televising the well. The item was recommended by the Board of Public Works. Motion by Pres. Schwab, second by Tr. Olson, to recommend Water Well Solutions in an amount not to exceed $6,315. Vote: 3 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

6.

Review of Storm Water Drainage Project Hemlock Street. Brian Kober presented information on the item. The apartment building parking lot floods as well as Hemlock Street in front of the apartment building. This can cause an ice problem in the winter. The property owner is willing to pay his portion of the project. Budget & Finance Minutes May 9, 2017 Page 1 of 2

This is a time and material project and rough estimate. There is a high pressure gas main and the elevation of the pipe will need to be reviewed. There would be an agreement with the property owner or special assess the property. The Village portion is $14,558.62. The property owner’s portion is $9,715. These are estimates. Motion by Tr. Olson, second by Tr. Kurtz to recommend approval of the director of public works to work with the property owner on a payment agreement and then proceed with the project. Vote: 3 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. 7.

Citizens to address the Budget & Finance Committee. None.

8.

Adjourn. Motion by Tr. Olson, second by Tr. Kurtz to adjourn at 7:10 p.m. Vote: 3 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. Respectfully submitted by: Deanna L. Boldrey, Village Clerk-Treasurer

Budget & Finance Minutes May 9, 2017 Page 2 of 2

6/01/2017

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92734 5/04/2017 5 CORNERS DODGE, INC MISC SUPPLIES / STREETS

Amount 1,237.19

92735

5/04/2017

AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS, INC. INV #178201 / ELEC SCISS / REC

390.00

92736

5/04/2017

ARROW INTERNATIONAL, INC INV #94774782 / NEEDLES / JFD

609.80

92737

5/04/2017

ASCAP ACCT #500595854 / 2017 LIC FEE / REC

92738

5/04/2017

AT&T JPD,V HALL,WWTP,PARKS,JFD ACCTS

320.36

92739

5/04/2017

BADGE-A-MINIT INV #H6892 / ARBOR DAY SUPPLIES / REC

123.21

92740

5/04/2017

BAGLEY, RANDY REFUND RENTAL / REC

125.00

92741

5/04/2017

BEARINGS INCORPORATED INV #74158 / SHEILD / WWTP

92742

5/04/2017

BOBCAT PLUS, INC. INV #IB93960 / CHUTE / STREETS

777.34

92743

5/04/2017

BOLDREY, DEANNA REIMUBRSE CONFERENCE LOGDING / ADMIN

328.00

92744

5/04/2017

CARQUEST AUTO PARTS RETURN,FILTERS / WWTP,STREETS

92745

5/04/2017

CEDAR CORPORATION SAFETY, PW BLDG / APR 2017

92746

5/04/2017

CINTAS CORP FIRST AID / WATER,STRTS,WWTP

92747

5/04/2017

CINTAS CORPORATION INV #184817053 / CLEANING SUPPLIES / REC

76.78

92748

5/04/2017

CLOTHES CLINIC, INC. INV #296096 / MATS / V HALL

78.92

92749

5/04/2017

COMPLETE OFFICE OF WISCONSIN INV #808093 / PAPER / JPD

31.40

92750

5/04/2017

CONLEY MEDIA, LLC ACCT #153922 / APR NOTICES

97.48

92751

5/04/2017

COPPER TREE WELLNESS CENTER YOGA-QIGONG / APR 11-MAY 16 / REC

92752

5/04/2017

DATCP INV #115-4953 / W&M CONTRACT INSPECTION

10.67

23.06

43.64 7,229.50 423.99

224.00 1,200.00

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92753 5/04/2017 DIGGERS HOTLINE INC. APR 17 TICKETS / WATER,WWTP

Amount 256.71

92754

5/04/2017

EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCTS, INC. INV #1901846 /MED SUPPLIES / JFD

554.05

92755

5/04/2017

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC 2017 RENEW LIC / WATER,WWTP

92756

5/04/2017

ENVIROTECH EQUIPMENT INV #20617-10A / REPAIR CABLE / WWTP

92757

5/04/2017

EQUAL RIGHTS DIVISION APR 2017 WORK PERMITS

92758

5/04/2017

EUROFINS SFA LABS INV #17041829 / APR BIOSOLIDS / WWTP

92759

5/04/2017

FASTENAL COMPANY INV #WIJAC141626 / SUPPLIES / STRTS

92760

5/04/2017

FIT4YOU, LLC APR CLASSES / REC

92761

5/04/2017

FOERSTER SIGN, LLC INV #1297 / VILLAGE DECAL / WWTP

88.00

92762

5/04/2017

FOX WELDING SUPPLY, INC. INV #354156 / OXYGEN / JFD

56.83

92763

5/04/2017

FRISTED, TODD A. REIMBURSE FUEL / JPD

28.40

92764

5/04/2017

GANSHOW, RYAN REIMBURSE MILEAGE / JFD

16.91

92765

5/04/2017

GERKE, KARIE E. APR 4-25 CLASSES / REC

92766

5/04/2017

GILLITZER ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. BALLASTS,LIGHTS / REC,PARKS

92767

5/04/2017

GLASER, PETER PROGRAM REFUND / REC

92768

5/04/2017

GREAT-WEST DEFERRED COMP / 5-2-17 PAYROLL

2,490.00

92769

5/04/2017

GROTA APPRAISALS, LLC MAINT OF ASSMNT RECORDS CNTRACT / MAY 17

2,430.00

92770

5/04/2017

HEIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO INV #337795-01 / SUPPLIES / LIGHTS

92771

5/04/2017

HERTHER, SUSAN A. HEALTH INSURANCE / MAY 2017 / JPD

2,500.00 122.10 22.50 378.70 69.75 130.00

140.00 1,169.31 103.05

79.47 513.97

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92772 5/04/2017 INTEGRITY AUTO REPAIR OIL CHANGE / SQUAD #7 / JPD

Amount 23.76

92773

5/04/2017

JACKSON PROFESSIONAL POLICE ASSOCIATION UNION DUES / MAY 2017

384.00

92774

5/04/2017

JACKSON TRUCK BODY TRUCK WORK / WWTP,STRTS

92775

5/04/2017

JAHN, RACHELLE MAR 20-APR 12 LESSONS / REC

264.00

92776

5/04/2017

JOHNSON'S NURSERY INC. INV #SBI-6653 / 5 TREES / PARKS

912.00

92777

5/04/2017

JOHNSTONE, DEBI ZUMBA / MAR 28-MAY 2 / REC

150.00

92778

5/04/2017

KOCH, DANIEL REIMBURSE EXAM / JFD

92779

5/04/2017

KOHN LAW FIRM S.C. GARNISHMENTS / 5-1-17 PAYROLL

321.59

92780

5/04/2017

KOWALKE, MARY JAZZERCISE / APR 4-MAY 11 / REC

300.00

92781

5/04/2017

KUCHARSKI, KEN REIMBURSE EXAM / JFD

92782

5/04/2017

L-R METER TESTING & REPAIR, INC. INV #4128 / CHECK,TEST,REPAIR 6 METERS

886.85

92783

5/04/2017

LEGACY MARTIAL ARTS ACADEMY MAR 13-MAY 1 CLASSES / REC

450.00

92784

5/04/2017

MAJESKY, KENDRA APR 6-27 CLASSES / REC

92785

5/04/2017

MENARDS - WEST BEND MISC SUPPLIES / WWTP,WATER,STRTS

92786

5/04/2017

MENARDS - WEST BEND RE-BAR,TIMER / STREETS,WWTP

70.11

92787

5/04/2017

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC INV #5096112696 / SUPPLIES / WWTP

75.31

92788

5/04/2017

OFFICE DEPOT ACCT#42573612 / SUPPLIES / JFD,JPD

274.11

92789

5/04/2017

OMG NATIONAL INV #N1037622 / TATTOOS / JPD

229.00

92790

5/04/2017

PAUL CONWAY SHIELDS INV #402320 / COATS,PANTS / JFD

4,407.80

80.00

80.00

42.00 322.98

3,601.30

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92791 5/04/2017 PERSONALIZED AWARDS INV #17-1366 / FISHING AWARDS / REC

Amount 55.60

92792

5/04/2017

PIEPER ELECTRIC, INC. INV #646534 / CHATEAU-WILSHIRE / LIGHTS

197.50

92793

5/04/2017

POLICE AND SHERIFFS PRESS, INC. INV #93050 / ID CARDS / JPD

92794

5/04/2017

PROS 4 TECHNOLOGY, INC. BACKUP,MAINT-MAY 2017

92795

5/04/2017

REICH, GREGORY CARTOONING / APR 6-27 / REC

92796

5/04/2017

SECURIAN FINANCIAL GROUP, INC. POLICY #2832L-G / JUNE 2017 / #009180

92797

5/04/2017

SKODINSKI, JOHN M. HEALTH & DENTAL / MAY 2017 / JFD

92798

5/04/2017

SONYA'S ROSE ACCT #520 / INV #2421 / FLOWERS

92799

5/04/2017

SOS TECHNOLOGIES CUFF,PLUGS / JFD

92800

5/04/2017

STAUSKE, DAWN REUFND OVERPMT / CALL #16-0507 / JFD

92801

5/04/2017

TOWN & COUNTRY ENGINEERING, INC. INV #17597 / SCADA UPGRADES / WWTP

190.21

92802

5/04/2017

U.S. CELLULAR ACCT #300168393 / INV #187474939 / JFD

160.17

92803

5/04/2017

WAALA, DANIEL REIMBURSE CELL PHONE / MAY 2017 / WWTP

50.00

92804

5/04/2017

WAUKESHA COUNTY TECHNICAL COLLEGE INV #SO640073 / TRAINING CLASSES / JPD

480.00

92805

5/04/2017

WE ENERGIES STREET LIGHT ACCTS

92806

5/04/2017

WE ENERGIES STREET LIGHT ACCTS

92807

5/04/2017

WE ENERGIES WATER ACCTS

2,302.83

92808

5/04/2017

WE ENERGIES VILLAGE DEPT ACCTS

3,825.76

92809

5/04/2017

WE ENERGIES VILLAGE DEPT ACCTS

2,378.61

17.49 1,158.99 56.00 1,117.89 224.10 68.00 123.90 1,210.97

10,085.97 381.86

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92810 5/04/2017 WE ENERGIES PARK ACCTS

Amount 454.56

92811

5/04/2017

WE ENERGIES VILLAGE ACCTS

10,360.68

92812

5/04/2017

WE ENERGIES LIGHTS,WATER ACCTS

92813

5/04/2017

WI SCTF GARNISHMENTS / 5-1-17 PAYROLL

855.22

92814

5/04/2017

XEROX CORPORATION INV #88958959 / APR 2017 / ADMIN

234.12

92815

5/04/2017

ZOLL MEDICAL CORP INV #2514612 / ELECTRODE / JPD

92816

5/09/2017

ADVANCED DISPOSAL FEB - APR 2017 INVOICES

92817

5/09/2017

AT&T INV #262R71077405 / STREETS

92818

5/09/2017

AXLEY BRYNELSON, LLP INV #694535 / 1/3 BORDER DISPUTE

92819

5/09/2017

B&L GRAPHIC SOLUTIONS INV #20541 / POSTER / REC

50.00

92820

5/09/2017

CAMERA CASE INV #HART1IN106577 / PHONE / JPD

50.00

92821

5/09/2017

CEB, INC INV#1169W-1 / INSTALL DOORS / WATER,PRJT

92822

5/09/2017

CENTURY LINK ACCT #85419756 / INV #1405682258 / ADMIN

92823

5/09/2017

CINTAS CORPORATION INV #1848165 / CLEANING SUPPLIES / REC

92824

5/09/2017

CLOTHES CLINIC, INC. INV #299521 / MATS / V HALL

78.92

92825

5/09/2017

CONLEY MEDIA, LLC ACCT #201274 / WATER REPORT

634.63

92826

5/09/2017

EDGARTON, ST.PETER,PETAK & ROSENFELDT ACCT #20967-200T / APRIL BILLING

412.17

92827

5/09/2017

EUROFINS SFA LABS INV #17042514 / APR BIOSOLIDS / WWTP

969.91

92828

5/09/2017

FOX BROTHER'S PIGGLY WIGGLY ACCT #1710 / APR 2017 / REC

2,092.01

50.15 99,501.11 14.21 150.00

20,900.00 55.79 147.30

16.54

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92829 5/09/2017 GREMMER & ASSOCIATES, INC. ENG SRV,CHATEAU DR / APR 2017

Amount 17,940.98

92830

5/09/2017

HAWKINS INC. SUPPLIES,CHEMICALS / WWTP

12,619.10

92831

5/09/2017

HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS, LTD. INV #h145042 / O-RINGS / WWTP

19.03

92832

5/09/2017

JOHN'S CO2 CO2 CHARGE / JACKSON PARK

49.00

92833

5/09/2017

L.W. ALLEN, LLC INV #103326 / FIELD SERVICE / WWTP

92834

5/09/2017

LEMKE, DIANE UTILITY SERVICES FOR MAY 1-15, 2017

722.84

92835

5/09/2017

LIESENER SOILS INC. INV #146345 / 8 YDS LAWN&GARDEN / STRTS

112.00

92836

5/09/2017

MENARDS - WEST BEND SUPPLIES / PJCT,WWTP

126.48

92837

5/09/2017

NCL OF WISCONSIN, INC. INV #389229 / LAB SUPPLIES / WWTP

92838

5/09/2017

OFFICE DEPOT ACCT#42573612 / SUPPLIES / ADMIN,WWTP

129.40

92839

5/09/2017

PHILLIPS, DAVID REFUND ACCT #997-1850-34

116.31

92840

5/09/2017

PROS 4 TECHNOLOGY, INC. INV #23943 / MAINT-MAY 2017 / REC

269.00

92841

5/09/2017

PURCHASE POWER ACCT#8000909005535690 / POSTAGE / REC

217.98

92842

5/09/2017

TENNIES ACE HARDWARE INC. ACCT #51327 / APR 2017 / VILLAGE

507.95

92843

5/09/2017

THOMSON REUTERS - WEST INV #836080415 / APR 2017 / JPD

92844

5/09/2017

U.S. CELLULAR ACCT #300139840 / INV #189818462 / PW

92845

5/09/2017

VILLAGE MART JPD,VILLAGE ACCTS / APR 2017

92846

5/09/2017

WASHINGTON COUNTY CLERK INV #1241 / APRIL ELECTION / ELECTIONS

339.27

92847

5/09/2017

WILLIAM/REID INV #54445 / BACKFLOW TESTING / WWTP

441.40

3,185.60

1,387.15

55.63 196.11 2,515.12

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92848 5/09/2017 WISCONSIN CENTRAL MAINT,RENTAL / JUN 17-MAY 18

Amount 2,035.52

92849

5/09/2017

WISCONSIN DEPT OF JUSTICE ACCT#L6707T / OPERATORS-APR 2017

98.00

92850

5/11/2017

US POSTAL SERVICE 2017 SUMMER GUIDES VILLAGE / REC

899.43

92851

5/16/2017

US POSTAL SERVICE 2017 SUMMER GUIDES TOWN / REC

342.35

92852

5/18/2017

AARP MAY 11, 2017 SMART DRIVER COURSE / REC

92853

5/18/2017

AFLAC INV #536091 / JUNE 2017

92854

5/18/2017

AMERICAN METAL & PAPER RECYCLING, INC. INV #16720 / 2017 CLEAN SWEEP

92855

5/18/2017

ARBOR DAY FOUNDATION INV #SS121060193 / TREES,PLANTS / REC

115.50

92856

5/18/2017

AT&T INV #262R71099305 / REC

110.07

92857

5/18/2017

AURORA HEALTH CARE INV #285 / APRIL SUPPLIES / JFD

164.66

92858

5/18/2017

B&L GRAPHIC SOLUTIONS CODE EXCERPTS,BUS CARDS / JPD.JFD

128.58

92859

5/18/2017

BEER CAPITOL DISTRIBUTING, LLC INV #51466569 / CONCESSIONS / REC

258.00

92860

5/18/2017

BENDLIN FIRE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. INV #95627 / GLOWEAR / JFD

92861

5/18/2017

BMO HARRIS BANK N.A. APRIL CREDIT CARD BILL / VILLAGE

92862

5/18/2017

BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC MED SUPPLIES,RETURN / JFD

92863

5/18/2017

BUTEYN-PETERSON PAY REQUEST #1 / CHATEAU DRIVE

92864

5/18/2017

CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ACCT #8245110560007580 / V HALL

92865

5/18/2017

EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCTS, INC. FITTED SHEET,MED SUPPLIES / JFD

92866

5/18/2017

FIRST SUPPLY LLC INV #1527228 / SUPPLIES / WWTP

95.00 991.46 4,186.00

44.00 1,686.89 591.53 160,378.90 7.77 232.14 10.32

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92867 5/18/2017 FOREMOST MEDICAL EQUIPMENT INV #72191 / CHARGER,CORD / JFD

Amount 714.00

92868

5/18/2017

GOODYEAR AUTO SERVICE CENTER INV #25805 / TIRES,ALIGMENT / WATER

431.85

92869

5/18/2017

GREAT-WEST DEFERRED COMP / 5-15-17 PAYROLL

92870

5/18/2017

GUENTHER SUPPLY INC. INV #776563 / SUPPLIES / WWTP

471.91

92871

5/18/2017

HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS, LTD. WASHER,METERS,MAINT REPAIR / WATER

580.99

92872

5/18/2017

HEIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO INV #337795-02 / SUPPLIES / LIGHTS

79.47

92873

5/18/2017

JACKSON CONCRETE INC. INV #81138 / STAIN KITS / PARKS

100.00

92874

5/18/2017

JOEL SCHODRON SERVICES RIFLE LOCKS MAINT / JPD

409.34

92875

5/18/2017

KETTLE MORAINE FSC INV#111/SKATE LESSONS/REC/REPLACEMENT CK

92876

5/18/2017

KOHN LAW FIRM S.C. GARNISHMENTS / 5-15-17 PAYROLL

92877

5/18/2017

L.W. ALLEN, LLC INV #103327 / TRANSMITTER / WATER

92878

5/18/2017

LYNEIS, DAVE SHELTER REFUND / REC

92879

5/18/2017

MID-MORAINE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION MAY 24, 2017 DINNER MEETING X 5

92880

5/18/2017

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC INV #5096114308 / GRATE,FILTER / JFD

92881

5/18/2017

OFFICE DEPOT ACCT#42573612 / SUPPLIES / JPD,REC

168.07

92882

5/18/2017

OZAUKEE COUNTY ID #138 DVOF-87EJMG / JACKSON CONCESSION

630.00

92883

5/18/2017

RELIANT FIRE APPARATUS, INC. INV#117-17319 / CHAIN,COUPLING / JFD

92884

5/18/2017

SAM'S CLUB/GEMB ACCT #7715 0901 1564 4957 / REC

142.39

92885

5/18/2017

SCHLOEMER LAW FIRM CLIENT #11387-000 / APR 2017 MUNI COURT

379.50

2,490.00

92.00 325.49 1,568.45 22.50 112.50 12.86

11.27

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92886 5/18/2017 SHARP ELECTRONICS CORP INV #SH208569 / LEASE,USAGE / REC

Amount 356.92

92887

5/18/2017

ST. JOSEPHS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL CONTROL #200031358900 / JPD

33.00

92888

5/18/2017

STRUCK, JAMES REFUND UTILITY ACCT #999-6131-00

115.16

92889

5/18/2017

SYSCO EAST INV #135236381 / CONCESSIONS / REC

101.23

92890

5/18/2017

TEN 2 COMMUNICATIONS LLC INV #4043 / BATTERY PACK / JFD

131.94

92891

5/18/2017

TENNIES ACE HARDWARE INC. ACCT #48714 / APR 2017 / JFD

92892

5/18/2017

U.S. CELLULAR ACCT #300139842 / INV #189827136 / JPD

107.70

92893

5/18/2017

VAUGHN, MIKE REFUND ACCT #999-4915

204.39

92894

5/18/2017

VILLAGE MART ACCT #JFD,JRESCU / APR 2017 / JFD

757.13

92895

5/18/2017

WASHINGTON COUNTY LABEL REQUEST / REC

92896

5/18/2017

WE ENERGIES LIGHTS,WATER ACCTS

92897

5/18/2017

WI SCTF GARNISHMENTS / 5-15-17 PAYROLL

92898

5/23/2017

MID-MORAINE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION MAY 24, 2017 DINNER MEETING x 1

92899

5/25/2017

AMERICAN LITHO INV #251853-01 / 2017 SUMMER GUIDES

92900

5/25/2017

BATTERIES PLUS LLC INV #543-352587 / 12V LEAD / WATER

92901

5/25/2017

BEER CAPITOL DISTRIBUTING, LLC INV #51472341 / CONCESSIONS / REC

516.00

92902

5/25/2017

BEHAN, SONYA SMARTSITTER / MAY 20 / REC

105.00

92903

5/25/2017

BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC INV #82495858 / MED SUPPLIES / JFD

593.17

92904

5/25/2017

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF WASHINGTON COUNTY PAINT DAY FUNDRAISER / REC

140.00

47.19

9.06 9,933.24 855.22 22.50 2,653.00 73.90

6/01/2017

2:28 PM

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5/01/2017 5/31/2017

Page: ACCT

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92905 5/25/2017 CINTAS INV #5007944026 / FIRST AID / REC

Amount 36.11

92906

5/25/2017

CINTAS CORP FIRST AID / WATER,WWTP,STRTS

371.70

92907

5/25/2017

CINTAS CORPORATION CLEANING SUPPLIES / REC

218.35

92908

5/25/2017

CLOTHES CLINIC, INC. INV #302548 / MATS / V HALL

78.92

92909

5/25/2017

CONGER, BEN PROGRAM REFUND / REC

22.00

92910

5/25/2017

DNR CERTIFICATION RENEWAL / WATER

45.00

92911

5/25/2017

DOLNICK, JED M. REIMBURSE SUPPLIES / JPD

25.09

92912

5/25/2017

ENDURACLEAN, INC. INV #10230 / GLOVES,SPRAY / WWTP

274.00

92913

5/25/2017

EQUIPMENT RENTALS INC. INV #139087-1 / EXCAVATOR / PRJCT

136.40

92914

5/25/2017

EVOQUA WATER TECHNOLOGIES LLC INV #903101705 / SUPPLIES / WWTP

329.00

92915

5/25/2017

EXPRESS NEWS ACCT #7076 / MAY EVENT ADS / REC

415.00

92916

5/25/2017

FARMERS' IMPLEMENT, LLC INV #IA14446 / LENS / WWTP

24.00

92917

5/25/2017

FINE, PATTY PROGRAM REFUND / REC

70.00

92918

5/25/2017

FISHER, RENEE REIMBURSE PHONE,SUPPLIES / REC

82.90

92919

5/25/2017

FIT4YOU, LLC MAY CLASSES / REC

92920

5/25/2017

FRECHETTE, JAMES R. 2016 AUDIT / ADMIN,WATER,WWTP

92921

5/25/2017

GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS, INC. LEATHER CASES,CHARGER/ JPD,JFD

92922

5/25/2017

GROTA APPRAISALS, LLC MAINT OF ASSMNT RECORDS CNTRACT / MAR 17

92923

5/25/2017

HAWKINS INC. INV #4072248 / CHEMICALS / WWTP

150.00 3,550.00 284.00 2,430.00 310.50

6/01/2017

2:28 PM

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92924 5/25/2017 HOLLAND HEATING AND AIR REFUND PERMIT #17-20246 & 17-20247

Amount 125.00

92925

5/25/2017

IDEXX DISTRIBUTION, INC. COLILERT,COLIFORM / WATER

633.74

92926

5/25/2017

INTEGRITY AUTO REPAIR TIRES,OIL CHGS / MISC SQUADS / JPD

344.57

92927

5/25/2017

JACKSON AUTO SERVICE INV #26145 / SUPPLIES / JFD

92928

5/25/2017

JACKSON CONCRETE INC. SLURRY, OPUS KIT / WATER,PARKS

92929

5/25/2017

JACKSON EMERY INVESTMENTS, LLC REF #20170520 / APR 21-MAY 20, 2017

92930

5/25/2017

JAHN, RACHELLE MAR 22-MAY 22 LESSONS / REC

92931

5/25/2017

JOHN'S CO2 CO2 CHARGE / JACKSON PARK

92932

5/25/2017

JORDAN'S RESTORATION LLC CARPET CLEANING / DPW BLDG,V HALL

92933

5/25/2017

JPTO 30% CONCESSIONS / NOV 11 EVENT / REC

92934

5/25/2017

KAESTNER AUTO ELECTRIC CO. INV #253405 / SCRAPER,BRACE,BOLT / STRTS

269.98

92935

5/25/2017

KRUEPKE PRINTING CONNECTION SURVEY,HAZARD FLYER / WATER

285.00

92936

5/25/2017

LAUBENHEIMER, SUSAN PROGRAM REFUND / REC

92937

5/25/2017

LUETZOW INDUSTRIES ORD #25253A / LINER BAGES / PARKS,V HALL

92938

5/25/2017

MARTINICH, MICHAEL REIMBURSE FD PRACTICAL EXAM / JFD

92939

5/25/2017

MENARDS - WEST BEND MISC SUPPLIES / WWTP,WATER,STRTS,PARKS

92940

5/25/2017

MULCAHY/SHAW WATER, INC. INV #320539 / MAG METERS / WWTP

92941

5/25/2017

OFFICE DEPOT ACCT#42573612 / SUPPLIES / WWTP,REC,JFD

92942

5/25/2017

PAUL CONWAY SHIELDS INV #404084 / SHIELD REPANEL / JFD

62.10 728.00 6,508.23 264.00 18.00 5,050.00 18.03

80.00 632.92 80.00 676.61 15,185.00 165.97 7.50

6/01/2017

2:28 PM

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92943 5/25/2017 PERSONNEL EVALUATION, INC. INV #23415 / JV PEP RENTAL FEE / JPD

Amount 63.60

92944

5/25/2017

REINDERS, INC. INV #1685497 / TURF EQUIP / PARKS

198.44

92945

5/25/2017

RICOH USA, INC. INV #22903956 / JUNE 2017 / JPD

26.25

92946

5/25/2017

RIKE, EVELYN PROGRAM REFUND / REC

70.00

92947

5/25/2017

SALSBURY INDUSTRIES ORD #421781 / LOCKERS / WATER

92948

5/25/2017

SYSCO EAST INV #135257330 / CONCESSIONS / REC

92949

5/25/2017

TOWN & COUNTRY ENGINEERING, INC. INV #17679 / USER RATE STUDY / WWTP

252.50

92950

5/25/2017

U.S. CELLULAR ACCT #213166715 / INV #191983573 / JPD

158.00

92951

5/25/2017

USA BLUE BOOK INV #251979 / AIR VAC VALVE / WATER

1,051.02

92952

5/25/2017

VPI ENGINEERING LLC WDNR REC TRAIL GRANT APPLICATION ASSIST

1,000.00

92953

5/25/2017

WASHINGTON COUNTY INSIDER 12 MONTHS ADS / REC

3,780.00

92954

5/25/2017

WE ENERGIES WATER ACCTS

1,884.33

92955

5/25/2017

WE ENERGIES STREET LIGHT ACCTS

92956

5/25/2017

WE ENERGIES VILLAGE ACCTS

92957

5/25/2017

WE ENERGIES LIGHTS,WATER ACCTS

92958

5/25/2017

WE ENERGIES VILLAGE ACCTS

92959

5/25/2017

WE ENERGIES PARKS,LIGHT ACCTS

92960

5/25/2017

WE ENERGIES VILLAGE,PARKS,WATER ACCTS

3,172.79

92961

5/25/2017

WEST BEND SCHOOL DISTRICT APR 2017 PARKING FEES

3,934.83

6,015.28 82.37

290.99 1,253.97 874.02 1,425.93 392.31

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Accounting Checks From Account: Thru Account:

Check Date Payee Check Nbr ______________________________________________________________________________________ 92962 5/25/2017 WESTBURY BANK 3.025M GO REFUND BOND / 6-1-17 92963

5/25/2017

WISCONSIN SECTION AWWA JUNE 7. 2017 CONFERENCE / WATER

92964

5/25/2017

WWOA MEMBERSHIP DUES / 2017-2018 / WWTP

Amount 197,682.25 110.00 50.00

Grand Total

701,069.38

TREASURERS REPORT (Depository Accounts)

May 31, 2017 BALANCE 4/30/2017 GENERAL FUND: GENERAL CHECKING PARK FEES FIRE/RESCUE RESERVE EMS FUNDING ESCROW HIPPA ACCOUNT CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT POLICE & FIRE IMPACT FEES ANTIQUE FIRE TRUCK MONEY MARKET - General & Water Cash TOTAL GENERAL FUND WATER UTILITY: WATER SPECIAL REDEMPTION FUND CASH WATER UTILITY DEPRECIATION FUND WATER UTILITY RESERVE WATER IMPACT FEES TOTAL WATER UTILITY SEWER UTILITY: SEWER DEPRECIATION FUND SEWER UTILITY RESERVE DNR REPLACEMENT FUND SEWER SPECIAL REDEMPTION FUND CASH SO. INTERCEPTOR IMPACT FEE SEWER SERVICE FEES TOTAL SEWER UTILITY CDA FUND: CDA FUND TOTAL CDA FUND

GRAND TOTAL:

$2,990,591.31 $113,974.07 $5,836.05 $5,905.63 $597,015.14 $247,847.78 $241,571.69 $4,983.85

BALANCE 5/31/2017

---------------------$4,207,725.52 ----------------------

$584,320.64 $114,042.48 $5,839.55 $5,909.17 $616,387.60 $159,677.09 $236,501.87 $4,983.85 $2,358,540.72 ---------------------$4,086,202.97 ----------------------

$849.20 $1,857,858.53 $21,708.65 $112,874.07 $240,631.66 ---------------------$2,233,922.11 ----------------------

$849.71 $1,607,858.53 $21,721.68 $112,941.82 $120,433.07 ---------------------$1,863,804.81 ----------------------

$5,458.98 $70,493.60 $1,090,873.54 $2,373.46 $481,346.98 $31,338.51 $1,654,915.20 ---------------------$3,336,800.27 ----------------------

$5,462.26 $70,535.91 $1,091,528.34 $2,374.88 $531,318.75 $31,357.32 $1,653,857.70 ---------------------$3,386,435.16 ----------------------

$192,629.19 ---------------------$192,629.19 ------------------------------------------$9,971,077.09 ----------------------

$192,744.82 ---------------------$192,744.82 ------------------------------------------$9,529,187.76 ----------------------

Brian From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject:

Brian [[email protected]] Wednesday, May 24, 2017 4:30 PM 'Mark Haskins' 'Mike Kleist'; 'Jeff Chvosta'; 'Jeff McBain' RE: Completion

Mark,    The Village of Jackson has received and reviewed your request for an extension of the  Completion date of Friday, May 26, 2017 as set forth by the Chateau Drive Reconstruction  Project contract.  The Village of Jackson allowed an early start to the project which began  on April 3, 2017.  During the project, the Village understands that there were periods of  inclement weather to slow the progress of completion, although, there were times during the  project when no work was being completed when weather was acceptable.  Time is of the essence  in completing the project on time as indicated in the contracted.  We cannot have any more  delays when weather allows us to complete the project on time.       The Village of Jackson will grant an extension to the contract completion date to June 2,  2017.  After that time the Village of Jackson will enforce Article 4.03 Liquidated Damages  per the contract.    If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.    Brian W. Kober, P.E.  Village of Jackson  Director of Public Works  PO Box 637  N168 W20733 Main Street  Jackson, WI  53037  Phone (262) 677‐9001  Fax (262) 677‐9710           ‐‐‐‐‐Original Message‐‐‐‐‐  From: Mark Haskins [mailto:[email protected]]   Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 3:24 PM  To: Brian Kober ([email protected])  Cc: Mike Kleist  Subject: Completion    Brian,    As per our conversation this morning regarding completion of Chateau Drive, we are requesting  an extension of time to complete. We are within two weeks of having everything completed  including asphalt pavement and landscaping.    Thanks,    Mark Haskins  Buteyn Peterson Construction Co.  920‐565‐6200 Office  920‐377‐0428 Cell  1

RESOLUTION #17-10

_____________________________________________________________

A RESOLUTION FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION AIDS FOR THE VILLAGE OF JACKSON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, WISCONSIN

_____________________________________________________________

WHEREAS, the Village of Jackson, Washington County, Wisconsin is interested in acquiring or developing lands for public outdoor recreation purposes as described in the application; and WHEREAS, financial aid is required to carry out the project; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Village of Jackson, Washington County, Wisconsin, has budgeted a sum sufficient to complete the project or acquisition; and HEREBY AUTHORIZES the Director of Public Works to act on behalf of the Village of Jackson to: Submit an application to the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for any financial aid that may be available; Submit reimbursement claims along with necessary supporting documentation within 6 months of project completion date; Submit signed documents; and take the necessary action to undertake, direct and complete the approved project. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Village of Jackson will comply with State and/or Federal rules for the programs to the general public during reasonable hours consistent with the type of facility; and will obtain from the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources or the National Park Service approval in writing before any change is made in the use of the project site. Introduced by: _______________

Seconded by:_______________

Vote:

Passed and Approved: _______________

Aye

Nay

______________________________ Michael E. Schwab, Village President

Attest: ______________________________ Deanna L. Boldrey, Village Clerk-Treasurer

Proof of Posting: I the undersigned, certify that I posted this Resolution on bulletin boards at the Village Hall, Post Office, and one other location in the Village.

_________________________ Village Official

________________ Date

2017 Village of Jackson RTP Application Coffee Connection Trail

5/1/2017

Section A 1 Yes, the trail is found within the current CORP The project does support the goal found within the CORP The project will support hiking, cross-country skiing, biking, snowshoeing, nature study and brid watching. 2 3 Yes, same as above, #2 4 N/A 5 N/A 6 No 7 No Yes, the project connects to Jackson Park and Hickory Lane 8 Park 9 No, the Village has no prior year active projects The Village just needs to request reimbursement on 2013 project. 10 Parking is not allowed along STH 60. 11 The Village's CORP supports this project 12 No 13 Yes, the CORP map shows pedestrian facilities along STH 60. The plan is solely being carried out by the Village. 14 The project connects open spaces. 15 The Village is 99% complete with a 2013 RTP project and just needs to request reimbursement. 16 The Village already has the ability to complete project within right-of-way due to highway ROW and connecting highway status Section A subtotal: Section B 17 N/A 18 N/A 19 N/A 20 N/A 21 N/A 22 N/A 23 N/A 24 N/A 25 N/A 26 N/A 27 N/A 28 N/A 29 N/A 30 N/A

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31 N/A 32 N/A Section C 33 This project is a new facility along the south side of the road. 34 This project does support year round use. Winter sports are supported through zero paving during snow events. 35 As noted earlier, the trail can support hiking, biking, bird watching, snowshoeing, skiing and nature study. 36 The trail will have approporiate signage to clearly detail uses. Also, the trail will be built wide enough to support bi-directional usage. 37 The Village has it's own police force which will patrol the trail. 38 The trail is fully off-rd, will cross one side road and will not have any bridge corssings. 39 There are zero donations of labor or cash or volunteers. 40 Long term trail access is provided through locating trail within the STH 60 right-of-way. Section C subtotal: TOTAL:

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BRRTS web search

2013 Grant (Phase 1) North side

2017 Rec. Trail (Phase 2) South Side

Piggly Wiggly and other commerce on this end of Town

2019 Rec. Trail (Phase 3)

West End – Coffee Connection Trail  Trail alignment = Yellow line (Proposed Project)   

 

Cyan / Blue = Existing Sidewalk 

(north is up, top of page) 

Intermittent Stream that will provide future  educational opportunities (light green in middle of  darker fields 

       

  Future safety building location and road network that  would include adjacent trail 

East End – Coffee Connection Trail  Trail alignment = Yellow line 

 

Red line = 2013 Grant trail 

(north is up, top of page)   

 

The Village will draft and adopt a resolution similar to this one from 2013 for the 2017 Rec. Trail Grant.

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THE FOLLOWING NOTES SUPPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS PORTRAYED ON THIS MAP: 1. Each proposed arterial street and highway improvement and expansion, and, as well, preservation project, would need to undergo preliminary engineering and environmental studies by the responsible State, county, or municipal government prior to implementation. The preliminary engineering and environmental studies will consider alternatives and impacts, and final decisions as to whether and how a plan and project will proceed to implementation will be made by the responsible State, county, or municipal government (State for state highways, County for county highways, and municipal for municipal arterial streets) at the conclusion of preliminary engineering. 2. The 127 miles of freeway widening proposed in the plan and in particular the 19 miles of widening in the City of Milwaukee (IH 94 between the Zoo and Marquette interchanges and IH 43 between the Mitchell and Silver Spring interchanges), will undergo preliminary engineering and environmental impact statement by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. During preliminary engineering, alternatives will be considered, including rebuild-as-is, various options of rebuild to modern design standards, compromises to rebuilding to modern design standards, rebuilding with additional lanes, and rebuilding with the existing number of lanes. Only at the conclusion of preliminary engineering would a determination be made as to how the freeway would be reconstructed.

3. Subsequent to the completion of the regional transportation plan update and reevaluation, more detailed analyses will be conducted with the Washington County jurisdictional highway system planning advisory committee addressing STH 60 in the Village of Jackson and potentially considering various alternatives including do-nothing, restrict parking, widen with additional lanes, construct bypass, and improve/construct parallel arterials.

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The Village anticipates completing a separate (NonJoint) Park, Recreation & Open Space Plan beginning in the summer of 2017. It is expected to be completed by the early Fall of 2017.

Expected Revision date: September 2017

State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Box 7921 Madison, Wisconsin 53707 Sheet

of

County

RECREATION GRANT PROJECT COST ESTIMATE WORKSHEET Form 8700-014 Rev. 03/2011 For use with Grant Application Form 8700-191

Project Applicant:

1

Washington

Project Name:

Prepared By:

Village of Jackson

LEAVE BLANK - DNR USE ONLY

Brian Kober

Project Number

The Coffee Connection (Jackson Dr to Eagle Dr., 2,215')

DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ITEMS List by individual item or break down by Use Areas (See Item List On Back Of This Form)

Indicate Contract (C) Force Acct. (F) Donated(D)

Quantity and Unit of Measure

Component Costs

INFORMATION PROGRESS Insp. Date - Bill No.

Estimated Total Item Cost Percent Completed

Services - Post Approval Engineering

C

1 - LS

$29,900

$29,900

Site Preparation - Clearing / Grubbing

C

2 - Station

$600

$1,200

Roads - Gravel Base / Paving

C

2215 - LF

$70

$155,000

Traffic Control

C

1 - LS

$5,000

$5,000

Trails - Grading

C

1600 - CY

$12

$19,200

Signing - Walkways / Trails

C

1 - LS

$1,000

$1,000

Misc. - Curb Ramps

C

2 - Each

$500

$1,000

Misc. - Incidental Items like Erosion Control

C

1-LS

$4,500

$4,555

Drainage / Stormwater items

C

1 - LS

$31,000

$31,000

Misc. - Construction Oversight

C

1 - LS

$10,000

$10,000

Misc. - Contractor Mobilization

C

1 - LS

$3,000

$3,000

Misc. - WDNR Ch. 30 permitting

C

1-LS

$3,000

$3,000

TOTAL

$263,855

NOTE: For acquisition projects, complete the information on the reverse side of this form.

TOTAL

DRAFT MINUTES Board of Public Works Meeting Tuesday, May 30, 2017 –7:00 p.m. Jackson Village Hall N168W20733 Main Street 1.

Call to Order and Roll Call. Chairman Tr. Don Olson called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Members present: Brian Heckendorf, Tr. Lippold, Linda Granec, and Tr. Kufahl. Excused: Scott Thielmann, Gloria Teifke. Staff present: Brian Kober, and Deanna Boldrey.

2.

Approval of Minutes for April 25, 2017, meeting. Motion by Brian Heckendorf, second by Tr. Kufahl to approve the minutes of the April 25, 2017, Board of Public Works meeting. Vote: 5 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

3.

Review of Storm Water Drainage Stonehedge Drive. Brian Kober reported that Gremmer & Associates proposed four alternatives for the storm water drainage on Stonehedge Drive. This is for the area of water that freezes on Stonehedge Drive in the winter months. The four alternatives were reviewed and discussed. Joe Kreiter of Stonehedge Dr commented that the sump pump discharge water has been a problem since he moved to Jackson in 1989. The sump pumps are constantly running and flowing into the streets. It did help in January by adjusting the floats; however, he believes that the problem will be back and will reoccur. This has been a wet spring. The subdivision was built in 1986 and at that time it was the practice to build without storm sewer laterals. Brian Kober commented that this may become the project that we do next year. Brian recommended the second option for $28,350. This would be to remove driveway approaches and trees. This street is far out on the capital improvement plan. Motion by Tr. Kufahl, second by Tr. Lippold to recommend the Director of Public Works to pursue bids for the second option of installing storm sewer in the terrace area and then bring back to the Board of Public Works in June. Vote: 5 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

4.

Presentation of Jackson Water Utility Analysis Report – City Water LLC. Brian Kober introduced Tom Nennhig of City Water LLC to Present the Water Utility Analysis Report. The old plan is from 2006.

May 30, 2017 Board of Public Works Minutes Page 1 of 3

The presentation included the following main points to the Master Plan of the Water System: Update to the hydraulic water model, including changes since 2006 including the expansion to the Town of Jackson. Identify the new service boundary as we move into the future. The update of future water demands. Identify short or long term water supply and storage needs. Identify potential areas that could be served by the water utility. Tom presented an updated water fire flow map. Once the Water Utility Analysis Report is finalized it will be posted on the Village website. The item was for information only, and no action was necessary at this time. 5.

Review of Pay Request #2 Chateau Dr. Reconstruction Project. Brian distributed a temporary pay request on the project. There is a sense of urgency as the contractor has been told that they will be fined $1,000 a day if not finished by this Friday. The binder lift and pavement are scheduled for tomorrow. Then the landscaping and mailboxes will be installed. There will be a punchlist for this project. Motion by Tr. Kufahl, second by Brian Heckendorf to recommend pay request #2 for Chateau Drive Reconstruction Project with a retainage in the range of $17,000. Vote: 5 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

6.

Discussion on Special Assessment for final lift of asphalt. Brian reported on the item. He has not heard back from the bank that owns English Oaks. Brian reviewed the memo of assessment for the final lift of asphalt. For Stonewall Drive the approximate cost per unit is $707.05. Motion by Tr. Olson, second by Tr. Kufahl to refer the item back to the Board of Public Works next month and for the Director of Public Works to follow up with the bank. Vote: 5 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

7.

Resolution 17-10 – Outdoor Recreation Aids for the Village of Jackson. Brian reported on the item. This project is titled the Coffee Connection Trail and is along the South side of Hwy 60 from Jackson Drive to Eagle Drive. The grant request is $45,000. The estimated project cost is $263,855. Recommend the project would be special assessed as the path on the north side of STH 60 was special assessed. Motion by Tr.Olson to recommend approval of Resolution 17-10 Outdoor Recreation Aids for the Village of Jackson to the Budget and Finance and Village Board, and that due to the fact that they are at the committee level and not the Village Board level, he may not be in favor of the project at a future date. Second by Brian Heckendorf. Vote: 5 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

May 30, 2017 Board of Public Works Minutes Page 2 of 3

8.

Resolution 17-11 – Accepting Sewer & Water System Cranberry Creek Phase 4. Brian reported on the item. This is for the Cranberry Creek Development located the Village Hall. Motion by Tr. Olson, second by Tr. Kufahl to recommend approval of Resolution 17-11 – Accepting Sewer & Water System Cranberry Creek Phase 4. Vote: 5 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

9.

Director of Public Works report. Brian Kober gave the report. Brian distributed a printed color example of new banners for the Village. Motion by Linda Granec, second by Brian Heckendorf to place the Director of Public Works report on file. Vote: 5 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

10.

Citizens/Village Staff to Address the Board. Discussion of the Ash trees in the Village ensued. The park is being prepared for Action in Jackson.

11.

Adjourn. Motion by Linda Granec, second by Brian Heckendorf to adjourn at 8:26 p.m. Vote: 5 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried.

Respectfully submitted by: Deanna L. Boldrey, Village Clerk-Treasurer

May 30, 2017 Board of Public Works Minutes Page 3 of 3

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