Wing Town Hall
Board Members Present: Chairman Greg Smith, Supervisors
Mark Platta and Dave Schultz, Clerk Virginia Rogers and Treasurer Susan Goodew.
the meeting to order and the pledge to the flag was recited.
Mark made a motion to approve the annual liquor licenses
for Wild Rice Depot and Wild Rice Liquors. The motion was seconded by Dave passed unanimously.
Tad Erickson was present on behalf of Region Five to share
information regarding FEMA grants that may be available for a storm shelter for Crow Wing Estates. The township is eligible
under the county’s hazard mitigation plan. The county plan includes ensuring that each mobile home park has a storm
shelter. FEMA would likely fund 75% of the project with the remainder made up locally. There is a chance that they might cover
Cliff and KT were present from North Central Speedway to
ask for approval of their annual liquor license. KT shared plans for a four mini-race series in September. These will be one
day events and the races will be finished by 8:00 or 8:30 p.m. There will be no races or practices allowed on other Sundays
with the exception of Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. Mark made a motion to approve the liquor license. The motion was
seconded by Greg and passed unanimously.
The board reviewed the plans for the Paul Bunyan Trail
extension with an update from Dave on the items that concern township roads. Brandon
Way will be repaved to the full width where it is cut out. Crow Wing Heights Dr will be widened to 24 feet at the intersection
with Brandon Way and paved with curb and gutter added. Dave made a motion to approve the 90% plan with the changes as noted.
The motion was seconded by Mark and passed unanimously.
A petition for a special town meeting was been received
and accepted with the date set for Tuesday April 23rd at 5:30 p.m. The purpose of meeting will be to vote on authorizing
the town board to contract for health, social and/or recreational services with non-profit organizations. Dave made a motion
to pay the moderator 0 dollars for serving at the special meeting. The motion was seconded by Mark. Dave noted that the petitioners
stated that it is not their intent to cause any unnecessary expense for this meeting. The motion passed unanimously.
Susie gave the treasurers report.
Ryan Krueger was present to inform the board that the culvert
on Heron St and Barrows Ave is washing out on one side. Dave will look into it and see what needs to be done.
Dave gave the road report. He will repair the hole on Cook
Wildlife Road. There are various potholes that will require repair. A complaint was received about water coming into a yard
on South Oaks Road. Dave checked and there was not water at that time. It would appear that when water is present that it
comes from higher ground all around the area and not necessarily from the road. Dave
made a motion to send a letter to Joshua and Genesta Neelan concerning vehicles parked in the right of way. Any vehicle parked
in the right of way will be towed at the owner’s expense without further notice. The motion was seconded by Mark and
Dave made a motion to adopt the resolution appointing Mark
to work with the cemetery for the coming year. The motion was seconded by Greg and passed with Mark abstaining. Mark made
a motion to adopt Resolution 2013-01 appointing Dave to work as road supervisor for the coming year. The motion was seconded
by Greg and passed with Dave abstaining.
Dave made a motion to approve the minutes of the March
26th as written. The motion was seconded by Greg and passed unanimously.
Correspondence was reviewed and the meeting adjourned by
general consent at 8:00 p.m.