Regular Meeting

06/06/2016, 7PM-9PM

 

Members Present:  Chairman Kerry Olson; Supervisor, Paul Zent, Treasurer, Kaleen Schoenhard; Road Supervisor, Chad Schneider Zoning Board, Jerry Kunz; Weed Board, Terry Mauch; Assessor, Mark Splonskowski & Clerk, Cyndy Meidinger.

Members Absent: Zoning Board, Rick Solberg & Building Inspector, Shawn Whitney & Supervisor Ken Selzler.

Chairman Olson opened the meeting and the minutes from the May meeting were discussed the board members said they read the minutes and found no corrections.  With that said Supervisor Zent made a motion to approve the minutes as written, with a second from Chairman Olson. The motion was unanimously approved.

School Board Report: Larry Rohde was not @ the meeting but sent a letter to the board with a report. He talked to 4 people about tree trimming and cleanup of the trees in the school yard. The bids ranged from $150.00- $500.00. He chose the bid for $150.00 and the job would be completed the week of June 2nd or the following week. The bill will be sent to the Dottie and the remaining ½ will be submitted to the ACT for payment per agreement. School was out on May 26th. Enrollment for the 2016-2017 school year could exceed 70 students. Apple Creek School will have a complete staff for the upcoming year.

Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Schoenhard stated the bank balance was $266,245.00. Treasurer Schoenhard also told the board she would be resigning her position. Her family will be moving out of the township. She also stated she would be @ the July meeting. Treasurer Schoenhard had several bills to pay. After discussion Supervisor Zent made a motion to approve the bills submitted for payment, Chairman Olson 2nd the motion; the motion was unanimously approved.

10633

 $       2,420.15

Burleigh County

road gravel and crack sealing

10634

 $           120.00

Supervisor, Selzler

2nd Qtr. wages

10635

 $           160.00

Chairman, Olson

2nd Qtr. wages

10636

 $           120.00

Supervisor, Zent

2nd Qtr. wages

10637

 $           120.00

Zoning Board Kunz

2nd Qtr. wages

10638

 $             80.00

Zoning Board, Solberg

2nd Qtr. wages

10639

 $           239.80

Building Insp, Whitney

2nd Qtr. wages

10640

 $             80.00

Assessor, Splonskowski

2nd Qtr. wages

10641

 $           240.00

Rd Super, Schneider

2nd Qtr. wages

10642

 $           160.00

Weed Board, Mauch

2nd Qtr. wages

10643

 $             80.00

Treasurer, Schoenhard

2nd Qtr. wages

10644

 $           620.00

Clerk, Meidinger

2nd Qtr. wages

10645

 $             60.00

Chairman, Olson

2nd Qtr. extra meetings

10646

 $           141.69

Office Depot

HP Printer for Township

10647

 $             88.64

Weed Board, Mauch

mileage

Total

 $        4,730.28

 

 

 

Clerk Meidinger suggested the board replace the township printer Office Depot was offering $50.00 for old printers that would solve the problem of disposal of the old printer.  A discussion followed and Supervisor Zent made a motion to approve the purchase of a new printer for the township; a second came from Chairman Olson. The motion was unanimously approved.

Zoning Board: There was a complaint about sewage being dumped in Apple Creek off 80th St and Apple Creek Road.  The health department will need to be contacted and will need to check with Supervisor Selzler for the name of the person doing the dumping. There was also a complaint about someone dumping sewage on private property. This can be done with the permission of the landowner.

Weed Board: Board Member Mauch was out and marked ditches for weed spraying. He also stated the county does a cost share for Milestone for residents of the county. He said to contact Gary Hartman with the county weed board @220-3857 for any other questions on weed problems.

Assessor’s Report: Assessor Splonskowski had two abatements to report on both were on Burr Oak Loop 1 for Steven & Rodin Swennes @ 8301 Burr Oak Loop for $23,900 assessed for non-existing improvements, the 2nd for Albinus & Teri Scherr @ 8020 Burr Oak Loop for $21,700 exceeding property’s market value. After discussion Supervisor Zent made a motion to approve the above abatements, Chairman Olson 2nd the motion and the motion was unanimously approved. Assessor Splonskowski said there is not much accessing to be done until the county equalization meeting is completed.

Road Supervisor’s Report: Supervisor Schneider said he didn’t have anything new to report. 119th got the chloride treatment but there was a new blade operator and the portion of the road got bladed that had the chloride treatment by accident. 119th paving is still a talk in progress the township is waiting on final costs for the paving to determine a cost share for all parties involved. The board also received a complaint about a lot of dust on Pleasantview.

Building Inspector’s Report: No report due to the absence of Shawn Whitney.

Other Business: Ed Seeburg a resident of Anderson Acres who had a complaint about the constant motorcycle nice coming from his neighbor’s residence. The noise goes on all day and late into the night. He has talked to the neighbor Owen Walker. Mr. Walker’s response is it is his property and he can do what he wants with it. The board said they could not do much right now. There would have to be a change in the noise ordinance and make it stronger @ the annual meeting and election in March of 2017. They also suggested Mr. Seeburg get on the agenda @ a Burleigh County Commission meeting to see if he could get some help from the county commissioners.

Grady Wolf had a complaint about a number of cars being stored on a piece of property by him. There are approximately 300 cars on the property. Brandon Schock said a fence will be put on the propertynorth of Lincoln and the cars will be moved. Ms. Sara Krein from C&K Auto was at the meeting and she stated they were trying everything they could to get the cars off the property. There have been delays from the City of Bismarck and with the engineering firm. She was asking for 2 more weeks to start moving the cars off the property. They have people lined up to haul the cars off the property. The board stated they did not have jurisdiction there and it was the City of Lincoln that would have to be contacted regarding this issue.

Respectfully Submitted

Cyndy Meidinger

Clerk ACT

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