Agenda & Minutes

 

BOARD MEETING AGENDAS & MINUTES

ORDINANCES & RESOLUTIONS

 

 

ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

 

TOWN OF MILFORD RESOLUTION NO. O8O92OI8

Town Transportation Resolution


Town Of Milford
County of Jefferson
State of Wisconsin


WHEREAS, local government in Wisconsin is responsible for about 90% of the road
miles in the state; and,

'WHEREAS, Wisconsin's diverse economy is dependent upon county and town roads, as
well as city and village streets and transit systems across the state; and,

WHEREAS, the Town of Milford and other local governments across Wisconsin have
been highlighting our unmet transportation needs in many different avenues including events
such as the historic Turnout for Transportation event in September of 2016 where local
governments in every region of this state held simultaneous meetings calling on the state
legislature to prioritize transportation and pass a sustainable funding package; and,

WHEREAS, while the increase in transportation funding for locals in the last budget was
certainly appreciated, they still aren't back to 2011 levels when you adjust for inflation; and,

WHEREAS, local governments continue to struggle to meet even the most basic
maintenance needs for our transportation system; and,

WHEREAS, states srurounding Wisconsin and across the country have stepped up with
sustainable funding plans for their state and local roads; and,

WHEREAS, Wisconsin will be at a competitive disadvantage if it does not implement a
revenue and spending plan that addresses both our lnterstates that were built in the 1950's and
60's and our local and state roads; and,

WHEREAS, levy limits do not allow local government to make up for the deterioration
of state funding; and,

WHEREAS, local governments would not be forced to turn to local wheel taxes or
increased borrowing or exceeding their lely limits if the state would finally pass a sustainable
funding plan for transportation; and,

WHEREAS, the Town of Milford recognizes that our state highway and interstate system
is the backbone of our surface transportation system and plays a vital role in the economy of
Wisconsin, and that both local and state roads need to be properly maintained in order for our
economy to grow; and,

WHEREAS, from a competitive standpoint, Wisconsin motorists pay significantly less
than any of our neighbors when you combine the annual cost of the state gas tax and vehicle
registration fees, 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town of Milford to urge the Governor
and Legislature to Just Fix It and agree upon a long term, sustainable solution that includes a
responsible level of bonding and adjusts our user fees to adequately fund Wisconsin's
transportation system. Furthermore, the Town Board directs the Clerk to send a copy of this
resolution to our State Legislators and to Governor Scoff Walker.

Dated this 9th day of August, 2018

Jeff Ziebell, Chairman

Joseph Donnelly, Supervisor

Jason Hoffman, Supervisor

Attest:  Karen Schadt, Clerk

2018 AGENDAS


Thursday, August 9, 2018

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING at 7:00 p.m.

  •  
  1. Call meeting to order.
  2. Reading of the Minutes of July 16, 2018.
  3. Application of Daniel Zastrow for Rezoning and a Conditional Use Permit.
  4. Application of Eggert Acres, LLC, for Rezoning
  5. Ordinance Amending Comprehensive Plan.
  6. Any other business according to law.

TOWN BOARD at 7:30 p.m.

  •  
  1. Call meeting to order.
  2. Reading of the July 16, 2018, minutes and approval.
  3. Reading of the Treasurer’s Report and approval.
  4. Public Input
  5. Application of Daniel Zastrow for Rezoning and a Conditional Use Permit.
  6. Gosdeck Conditional Use Permit Form
  7. Jefferson County Sheriff’s Yearly Update Form
  8. Ordinance Amending Comprehensive Plan.
  9. Application of Tiara Marty for an Operator’s License
  10. Road  Bids
  11. Town Transportation Resolution
  12. Navan Road Washout
  13. Tyranena Oktoberfest Bike Ride
  14. Review of Zoning documents, Fire Department Reports and miscellaneous correspondence.
  15. Review of Monthly Bills To Be Paid List.
  16. Any other business according to law.

Karen Schadt, Clerk

 

Reports Filed:

Open Records Request of American Transparency


 

Monday, July 16, 2018

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING at 7:00 p.m.

  •  
  1. Call meeting to order.
  2. Reading of the Minutes of March 8, 2018.
  3. Ordinance Amending Comprehensive Plan.
  4. Application of Daniel Zastrow for Rezoning and a Conditional Use Permit.
  5. Any other business according to law.

TOWN BOARD at 7:30 p.m.

  •  
  1. Call meeting to order.
  2. Reading of the June 14, 2018, minutes and approval.
  3. Reading of the Treasurer’s Report and approval.
  4. Public Input
  5. Ordinance Amending Comprehensive Plan.
  6. Application of Grelton Conservation Club for a Picnic Permit for an auction
  7. Application of Larry Chwala for a Picnic Permit for a Water Cross Event
  8. Application of Lanie Griffin for an Operator’s License
  9. Advance Disposal User Violations
  10. Review of Zoning documents, Fire Department Reports and miscellaneous correspondence.
  11. Review of Monthly Bills To Be Paid List.
  12. Any other business according to law.

Reports Filed:

Liquor License Report

Taxation District Exemption Summary Report

Insight FS Tax Exempt Form

IRS Form 941

Wisconsin Dept. of Revenue Form WT-6

Wisconsin Unemployment Compensation Report

 


Thursday, June 14, 2018

TOWN BOARD at 7:30 p.m.

  •  
  1. Call meeting to order.
  2. Reading of the May 10, 2018, minutes and approval.
  3. Reading of the Treasurer’s Report and approval.
  4. Public Input
  5. Application of Chris and Carolyn Gosdeck for a Conditional Use Permit.
  6. Application of Randy Schultz for a Driveway Permit.
  7. Review of and Issuance of Liquor, Soda, Tobacco, Mobile Home & Operator’s Licenses.
  8. Review of Jefferson County Zoning Ordinance.
  9. Village Of Johnson Creek Fire Department
  10. Road Work
  11. Review of Zoning documents, Fire Department Reports and miscellaneous correspondence.
  12. Review of Monthly Bills To Be Paid List.
  13. Any other business according to law.

 

 

 


2018 MINUTES

MINUTES OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION

OF THE TOWN OF MILFORD

JULY 16, 2018

                       The Planning Commission meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Steve Duwe.  Donald Hepp, Lynette Pauli, Steve Duwe, Clem Mess, Tony Schadt and 7 citizens were present.

            The minutes of the March 8, 2018, meeting were read and approved as presented.

            A proposed ordinance to amend our Comprehensive Plan was reviewed.  After discussion, Tony Schadt made a motion to table the ordinance until the August meeting.  Clem Mess seconded the motion and the motion passed.

            The application of Daniel Zastrow for rezoning and the Application of Ron and Sara Seubert for a conditional use permit were reviewed.  Dan Zastrow was present and explained that he has a potential buyer for the property.  The purchasers would like to operate a landscaping/lawn care business and would need the conditional use permit in order to do the same.   This property is located in two townships. Since this is a request for rezoning, this matter will be heard again at the August meeting.

           There being no further business to come before the Planning Commission at this time, Clem Mess made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 7:17 p.m.

                                                                                    Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                    Karen Schadt,

                                                                                    Clerk

 


MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF MILFORD BOARD MEETING

July 16, 2018

The Board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Jeff Ziebell.  Supervisor Joe Donnelly and eleven citizens were present. Supervisor Jason Hoffman was absent.

The minutes from the June 14, 2018, meeting were read and approved.

The treasurer’s report was read and approved as presented.

For public input, Kathy Redmer brought up several issues.  She was wondering why the change in meeting date hadn’t been posted early; as some people came on the regular meeting night.  She was advised the agenda for tonight’s meeting was properly posted in the three designated places and on the website. She was wondering if Associated Appraisal contacts with county with any properties that have made additions without obtaining a building permit.  We will check with them to see what action they take if any.  She was wondering if Steve Hecht was still working for the town.  Jeff Ziebell advised that Steve had quit and Rodney Schroeder had been hired for mowing lawn.  There will be a new person to help with snowplowing this winter.  A resident asked where the money markets were that the town has and was advised that they are at the Bank of Lake Mills.

The ordinance amending our Comprehensive Plan was discussed.  Jeff Ziebell made a motion to table this matter until next month.  Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The application of Grelton Conservation Club for a Temporary Retailers/Picnic  License was discussed.  They will be having their annual auction on August 19th at W7766 Meyer Lane, Johnson Creek.  Jeff Ziebell made a motion to grant the license.  Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The application of the Jefferson County Snowmobile Alliance for a Temporary Retailers/Picnic License was reviewed.  Larry Chwala advised that they will be having a watercross on September 8th at W6940 Rubidell Road, Watertown. Jeff Ziebell made a motion to grant the license and Joe Donnelly seconded the motion.  The motion passed.

The application of Lanie Griffin for an Operator’s License was reviewed.  Joe Donnelly made a motion to grant the license and Joe Donnelly seconded the motion.  The motion passed.

We have received an email and pictures from Advanced Disposal of violations to the acceptable collection procedures.  After discussion, it was decided that we should see if someone from Advanced would be able to come to the next board meeting.

A citizen asked about the possibility of brush being trimmed on Bade Lane.  She was advised that we will be opening bids for road work to be completed at the next town board meeting.  Depending on the amount of the bids, more road work could be completed.  She was also advised that the brush can be trimmed and there are plans for doing some ditching along Zabel and Bade Lane.

Zoning documents, fire department reports, correspondence and the listing of bills to be paid were reviewed.

There being no further business to come before the Board, Jeff Ziebell moved to adjourn the meeting. Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 8:15 p.m.  

                                                                                                                Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                                Karen Schadt, Clerk


 

MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF MILFORD BOARD MEETING

June 14, 2018 (Subject to approval at the July 16, 2018 Board Meeting)

 

The Board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Jeff Ziebell.  All Board members and 9 citizens were present.

The minutes from the May 10, 2018, meeting were read and approved.

The treasurer’s report was read and approved as presented.

For public input, we were advised that there have been some complaints that the assessors have not been meeting the times set for appointments.  We believe that they will be completing their visits to properties in the coming week or so.  It was also questioned if the assessors turn over to the county any changes they find that have been made to properties without obtaining the necessary permits. All building permits that are issued by the county are forwarded to the assessor and building inspector as we receive them.

The application of Chris and Carolyn Gosdeck for a conditional use permit was reviewed.  The Gosdecks were not able to be at the meeting; however, they would like to operate a canoe and kayak rental business.  There is already a pole shed in place for storage.  After discussion, Joe Donnelly made a motion to grant the conditional use permit.  Jason Hoffman seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The application of Randy Schultz for a driveway permit was reviewed.  Joe Donnelly has looked at the planned driveway site.  After discussion, Jeff Ziebell made a motion to grant the driveway permit.  Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The listing of Liquor, Soda, Tobacco, Mobile Home and Operators’ Licenses was reviewed.  Background checks have been performed on all applicants.  Joe Donnelly made a motion to approve the issuance of all licenses with discussed corrections and additions to the listing.  Jason Hoffman seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The letter that we have received from the Village of Johnson Creek regarding the fire contract was read.  The current contract will not be renewed and they would like to schedule a meeting to discuss future contracts.  We will wait to see when a meeting is scheduled.  All Board members will attend the meeting if possible.

The Amendments to the Jefferson County Zoning Ordinance Section 11.05 was reviewed.  Changes are being made to comply with Wisconsin Statutes.  After discussion, Joe Donnelly made a motion to approve the amendment.  Jeff Ziebell seconded the motion and the motion passed.

A discussion followed regarding the date of our next meeting.  We will meet on Monday, July 16th at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall.

Road work to be completed was discussed.  We are planning to pulverize and sealcoat several roads.  A listing of the exact descriptions of work will be advertised in the Watertown Daily Times and the Western Builder.  The ad will publish twice in each paper.  Bids are to be open on July 16th at 7:30 p.m. at our next board meeting.

Small repairs to Church Road and Hubbleton Road have been completed.

Chairman Ziebell questioned if our Comprehensive Plan is based on the 1999 Jefferson County Zoning Plan or the revised 2000 Jefferson County Zoning Plan.  If it is based on the 1999 Zoning Plan, we may want to make an amendment to our current Comprehensive Plan.  This would bring us up to date with the Jefferson County regulations.  We will review our plan and take further action at the July meeting.

Zoning documents, fire department reports, correspondence and the listing of bills to be paid were reviewed.

There being no further business to come before the Board, Jason Hoffman moved to adjourn the meeting. Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 8:23 p.m.  

                                                                                                                Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                                Karen Schadt, Clerk

 


MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF MILFORD BOARD MEETING

May 10, 2018

The Board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Jeff Ziebell.  Supervisor Joe Donnelly and 9 citizens were present.

The minutes from the April 12, 2018, meeting were read and approved.

The treasurer’s report was read and approved as presented.

For public input, it was questioned what the Hubbleton property is priced at.  It was explained that it originally started at $21,000.00 and is now at $19,900.00.  We currently have a six month contract with a realtor.  It was questioned what would happen if an offer is received that needs a decision before a meeting is held.  At that point, a special board meeting would be called.

The application for the County Road Aid and Bridge Aid were reviewed.  Jeff Ziebell made a motion that we will not be participating in the road or bridge aid this year.  Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the motion passed.

The assessors will be starting to visit properties in the coming weeks.

The inspection of roads has been completed.   Zabel Lane and Erb Wrensch Road need to be pulverized and double sealcoated.  There is a culvert on Church Road that needs works.  Reichert Lane has some damage from plowing.  There are some other roads that need work.  A preliminary budget will be completed and then the work will be  put out for bids.

Zoning documents, fire department reports, correspondence and the listing of bills to be paid were reviewed.

There being no further business to come before the Board, Joe Donnelly moved to adjourn the meeting. Jeff Ziebell seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 7:50 p.m.  

                                                                               

                                                                                                                Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                                Karen Schadt, Clerk


 

TOWN OF MILFORD

MINUTES OF ANNUAL MEETING

TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2018

            The meeting was called to order by Chairman Jeff Ziebell at 7:30 p.m.  All board members and 9 citizens were present.

                The minutes of the April 18, 2017, Annual Meeting were read.  Steve Duwe made a motion to approve the minutes as read. Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

                The Annual Report was presented and reviewed by the citizens. Tony Schadt made a motion to accept the Annual Report as presented.  Donald Hepp seconded the motion and the Annual Report was approved.

Chairman Ziebell asked the electors if they would allow the Town Board to borrow additional funds in case of an emergency during the coming year. Steve Duwe made a motion to allow the Town Board to borrow up to $50,000.00 in the event of an emergency in the coming year. Donald Hepp seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Steve Duwe made a motion to set the Annual Meeting for next year for April 16, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the motion passed.

During public input, the following items were discussed:

  1.  Jeff Ziebell said that a road inspection needs to be completed.  The supervisors decided on doing this on May 1st at 6:00 p.m.
  2. Tim Walsh asked what the wages currently are for the board members and how the wages are set.  He was advised that wages are set by the citizens at the annual meetings.  Following discussion of current wages and when changes had last been made, Tim Walsh made a motion to increase the clerk’s wages by $75.00 a month.  Millie Ziebell seconded the motion and the motion passed.  This increase will take effect in May of 2019.
  3. Gregg Redmer questioned what the future plans were for the Hubbleton property.  Joe Donnelly reported that we have lowered the price of the property.  It is currently listed through May but this is not the best weather for movement of properties.  About 1,000 people have looked at the property online but no offers have been received.
  4. A resident who lives on Bode Lane was present.  She was questioning if it was possible to have the brush along the road cleaned up.  It is getting very thick and bushy and causing trouble with vehicles.  She was advised that we had done brush cleanup and that the road must have been missed.  We will make sure that it is cleaned up in the near future.  She also advised that there are many potholes on Bode Lane and Zabel Road.  These will be looked at during the road inspection scheduled for May.

There being no further business, Steve Duwe made a motion that the meeting be adjourned.Tony Schadt seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 7:54 p.m.


MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF MILFORD BOARD MEETING

April 12, 2018

The Board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Jeff Ziebell.  All supervisors and 9 citizens were present.

The minutes from the March 8, 2018, meeting were read and approved.

The treasurer’s report was read and approved as presented.

For public input, the following matters were discussed:

  1. Clem Mess would like to put a field driveway on Wolff Road in order to avoid entering the field from Navan Road with all of the traffic.  A culvert would not be needed. After discussion, Jeff Ziebell made a motion to approve the request subject to an Application being filed and the proposed driveway being inspected by a supervisor.  Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the motion passed.
  2. Good comments have been received regarding the new garbage pickup receptacles.  We have been informed that if anyone wants another container, they would need to call to Advance and make the request.  There would be a $65.00 a year charge which we will be adding to their special charge for curbside pickup that is on the real estate tax statements.
  3. The new road name signs that had been ordered have been put up.  Jeff Ziebell made a motion to order another batch of road name signs.  Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the motion passed.
  4. There is a curve sign that is broke off on Manske Road.
  5. The Aztalan Town Board is wondering if we would be interested in forming a township kickball team to play against the Aztalan Town Board.  Proceeds from the tournament would go to the Aztalan/Milford Cemetery Association.  We will find people to form a team if this takes place in the future.

 

A weed commissioner needs to be appointed.Jeff Ziebell asked Steve Duwe if he would agree to serve as our Weed Commissioner again this year.Joe Donnelly made a motion to appoint Steve Duwe and Jeff Ziebell seconded the motion.The motion passed.

The Application of Tina Miller for an Operator’s License was reviewed.Jeff Ziebell made a motion to grant the license.Jason Hoffman seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Since no one was present from Milford Hills Hunt Club regarding their request on curbside collection charges, this matter will be removed from the agenda until they request it again.

In order to meet the statutory requirements, Board of Review was scheduled for May 10, 2018 at 7:25 p.m.  Since the reassessment of the township will not be completed until later this summer, we will meet and adjourn to a date to be determined in the future.

Zoning documents, fire department reports, correspondence and the listing of bills to be paid were reviewed.

There being no further business to come before the Board, Joe Donnelly moved to adjourn the meeting. Jason Hoffman seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 7:54 p.m.  


MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF MILFORD BOARD MEETING

March 8, 2018

The Board meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Jeff Ziebell.  Supervisor Joe Donnelly and 14 citizens were present.

            The minutes from the February 8, 2018, meeting were read and approved.

            The treasurer’s report was read and approved as presented.

             For public input, the following matters were discussed:

  1. The new garbage receptacles were discussed.  They have just been delivered.  For the first pickup, they are allowing for more than what fits in the containers.  Bulk pickup will be on Fridays, not on Saturdays as the calendar indicates.  To have a bulk pickup, you will need to call in to schedule it.  We are checking to see if citizens are able to obtain extra containers.
  2. The copier that was purchased is going to be returned under warranty.  The copier is working except for the document feed.  We will be receiving a replacement copier at no cost to us as soon as they receive our current copier.

           No one was present from Milford Hills Hunt Club regarding the request on curbside collection charges.This matter was tabled.

           The Application of Debra Stults, Steven Hinzmann and Lonnie Hinzmann for a farm consolidation and a rezoning was reviewed.  After review, Joe Donnelly made a motion to grant the farm consolidation of 2.5 more or less acres around the residence and farm buildings to be zoned A-3 and the creation of a 1.1 acre lot to be zoned A-3. Jeff Ziebell seconded the motion and the motion passed.

           The Applications of Randy and Susan Schultz for rezoning and a conditional use permit were reviewed.  Jeff Ziebell then made a motion to approve their request for the creation of Lot 3 (1 acre parcel) changing the zoning from A-1 to A-3 (for the house) and the creation of Lot 2 (.79 acre) changing the zoning from A-1 to A-2 (for the shed).  Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the motion passed.

             Joe Donnelly made a motion to approve the request for Randy Schultz for a conditional use permit to operate a custom farming operation and storage of equipment.  Jeff Ziebell seconded the motion and the motion passed.

             The Application of Charles and Jill Hutchins for a farm consolidation and a rezoning was reviewed.  Jeff Ziebell made a motion to grant the farm consolidation of approximately 3 acres to be zoned A-3 and the creation of a 1 acre lot to be zoned A-3.  Joe Donnelly  seconded the motion and the motion passed.

              Randy Schultz and Jeffrey and Cherise Kienast are also requesting a change in zoning from A-1 to A-3 on an existing parcel adjacent to the Schultz properties.  Since this request is made to correct the records at Jefferson County, Jeff Ziebell made a motion that we make a change from the requirement of two meetings for this rezoning, to one meeting and to grant the rezoning. Joe Donnelly seconded the motion and the motion passed.

              Zoning documents, fire department reports, correspondence and the listing of bills to be paid were reviewed.

              There being no further business to come before the Board, Joe Donnelly moved to adjourn the meeting. Jeff Ziebell seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 8:02 p.m.  

                                                                                                        Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                        Karen Schadt, Clerk

 


MINUTES OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION

OF THE TOWN OF MILFORD

March 8, 2018

           

            The Planning Commission meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Steve Duwe.  Donald Hepp, Lynette Pauli, Steve Duwe, Clem Mess, Tony Schadt and 14 citizens were present.

            The minutes of the February 8, 2018, meeting were read and approved as presented.

            The Application of Debra Stults, Steven Hinzmann and Lonnie Hinzmann for a farm consolidation and a rezoning was reviewed.  They are requesting a farm consolidation of 2.5 more or less acres around the residence and farm buildings to be zoned A-3.  They are also requesting the creation of a 1.1 acre lot to be zoned A-3.  Clem Mess made a motion to approve the proposed farm consolidation and creation of a lot.  Donald Hepp seconded the motion and the motion passed. 

            The Application of Charles and Jill Hutchins for a farm consolidation and a rezoning was reviewed.  They are requesting a farm consolidation of approximately 3 acres to be zoned A-3 and the creation of a 1 acre lot to be zoned A-3.  Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the farm consolidation and creation of a lot, both to be zoned A-3.  Clem Mess seconded the motion and the motion passed.

            The Application of Randy and Susan Schultz for rezoning was presented.  They are requesting a rezoning from A-1 to A-3 for a lot for building a house, creation of a lot for a shed, and a conditional use permit.  Randy Schultz and Jeffrey and Cherise Kienast are also requesting a change in zoning from A-1 to A-3 on an existing parcel adjacent to the Schultz properties.  This request is made to correct the records at Jefferson County.

            In light of the special circumstances surrounding the Kienast rezoning request, Steve Duwe made a motion that we make a change from the requirement of two meetings for this rezoning, to one meeting and that a decision would be determined at this meeting. Tony seconded the motion and the motion passed.

           Tony Schadt then made a motion to approve the request of Randy and Susan Schultz for the creation of Lot 3 (1 acre parcel) changing the zoning from A-1 to A-3 (for the house) and the creation of Lot 2 (.79 acre) changing the zoning from A-1 to A-2 (for the shed).  Clem Mess seconded the motion and the motion passed.

           Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the Kienast request for rezoning the existing parcel from A-1 to A-3.  Clem Mess seconded the motion and the motion passed.

            Tony Schadt made a motion to approve the request for Randy Schultz for a conditional use permit to operate a custom farming operation and storage of equipment.  Lynette Pauli seconded the motion and the motion passed.

            There being no further business to come before the Planning Commission at this time, Tony Schadt  made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Donald Hepp seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 7:20 p.m.

                                                                                    Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                    Karen Schadt,

                                                                                    Clerk