June 18, 2018 Agenda

Agenda

Board Meeting           June 18, 2018               7pm     Emmet Town Hall

           Posted:    June 17, 2018

Agenda

  1. Call to Order & Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Minutes
  3. Treasurers Report
  4. Pay Monthly Bills
  5. Correspondences;
  6. Reports
    1. Waterloo & Watertown Rural Fire Dept. monthly reports.
  7. Old Business
    1. ATV/UTV Ordinance
  8. New Business
    1. Open Road Bids.
    2. Liquor Licenses Approval
  9. Miscellaneous
  10. Public Comment
  11. Next month’s meeting date July 9, 2018, 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall.

May 14, 2018 Minutes

 

Board Meeting                                   May 14, 2018                          7pm

 Minutes

Attendance: Chairman Neale Jones, Supervisor Bob Long, Supervisor Ron Johnson, Treasurer Sue Nampel, Clerk Susan Johnson, Assessor P. Joseph Plasil.

  1. The Board meeting was called to order at 7:04pm by Chairman Neale Jones, the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
  2. The Minutes were reviewed by the Town Board, on a motion by Supervisor Long to accept the minutes as read, seconded by Supervisor Johnson. Motion Carried.
  3. The Treasurers Report was read by the Town Treasurer, on a motion by Supervisor Johnson to accept the report as read, and seconded by Supervisor Long. Motion Carried.
  4. The monthly bills were read by Chairman Jones, Supervisor Johnson made a motion to pay monthly bills and Supervisor Long seconded. Motion Carried.
  5. Correspondences;
  6. Dodge County State of WI, sent the yearly Emergency Management for Chairman Jones to sigh to keep us enrolled in the program. Noted by the board.
  7. The WTA sent notice of their new provider for town websites and how to contact them if needed for a fee. Noted by the board.
  8. The Department of Safety and Professional Services sent a letter letting us know that we have no serious injuries to the township for the year 2017. Noted by the board.
  9. Waste Management emailed the clerk of the NEW implementation of CLEAN RECYCLING it comes from when non-recyclable items (contamination) ends up in the recycling dumpsters, they have the potential to turn the entire load into trash, resulting in contamination and additional processing and disposal costs. Under these new terms the Township may be assessed contamination charges of up to $69 per yard. We are asking if you have any questions contact any board member or ask Fr. Anthony at the Transfer Site. Thank you.
  10. Reports;
  11. Waterloo Fire Department sent the April Activity Report, no runs were reported to the Town of Shields. The Watertown Rural Fire Department sent notice of the calls for March; 1 EMS, 1 HAZCON and for April; 1 Fire calls were reported. Noted by the board.
  12. Old Business;
  13. The ATV/UTV Ordinance has been tabled a bit more information needs to be gathered before a final decision is made.
  14. New Business;
  15. Bruce and Stacy Bratz had approached the TOS Planning Commission on April 26, 2018 for their recommendation to the Town Board. The new home would be built on 5 acres at W8081 Wood Road. Sandee Match made a motion to recommend in favor to the town board in favor of the Minor Land Division, Harold Peckham seconded. On a motion by Harold Peckham to recommend to the town board in favor of the Conditional Use Permit and Sandee Match seconded. Motions carried, all were in favor. Tonight the Town Board had a discussion with Bruce Bratz and Dennis Stilling on the applications. After much discussion Supervisor Johnson made a motion to accept both the Minor Land Division and the Conditional Use Permit to DCLR &PD and Supervisor Long seconded. Motion Carried all were in favor.
  16. Salaries and Election Workers pay was brought up at the Annual Meeting. Discussion too place and the increases were discussed per board member. It was good to have public input, this year when the Budget Hearing is held the salaries and election pay will again be discussed and voted on at that time.
  17. Miscellaneous;
  18. The clerk will publish the road bids ad in the newspaper soon, to be opened at the July 9, 2018 Town Board Meeting.
  19. The Town of Emmet will again be doing our 1st cutting.
  20. Public Comment;
  21. Flooding on First Street was discussed when there is heavy down pours it flood the neighbor’s yard from the over flowing ditch. Noted by the board.
  22. Next month’s meeting date CHANGE will be June 18, 2018, at 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall.

Supervisor Johnson called for the meeting to be adjourned at 8:39pm and Supervisor Long seconded. Motion Carried Meeting Adjourned.

Submitted by Clerk, Susan Johnson

 

April 24, 2018 Annual Meeting Minutes

Town of Shields Annual Meeting  Minutes    April 24, 2018             7pm

  (Unapproved)

Attendance: Chairman Neale Jones, Supervisor Bob Long, Treasurer Sue Nampel, Clerk Sue Johnson, Assessor P. Joe Plasil, Fr. Anthony, Sylvia & David Kube, Rick Bratz, Bill Blaska, Randy Soldner, Dale Bratz George Schilling, John Liechty.

  1. The Board meeting was called to order at 7:00pm by Chairman Neale Jones, the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
  2. The Annual Meeting Minutes from April 25, 2017 were read by the Town Clerk, on a motion by Fr. Anthony Good to accept the minutes as read, seconded by Rick Bratz. Motion Carried.
  3. The 2017 Annual Report was read line by line by Chairman Jones. Joe Plasil made a motion to accept the 2017 Annual Report and Fr. Anthony seconded. Motion Carried.
  4. Reports;
  5. The Annual Road Side Clean Up was held on April 21, 2017 from 9-11am at the Transfer Site. The weather was cold and there was a wet heavy covering of snow. I know the TOS residents will do the clean up as weather permits. Also a reminder to remove any large rocks from your ditches. Thank You again for taking care of your properties.
  6. The Watertown Rural Fire Department report was given by Chairman Jones. The beginning balance in the account on 01/01/17 was $34,535.56 and ending balance of $46,973.63 on 12/21/17. Chairman Jones also explained the Rural Fire Department collects $500 each year for the up keep of the tanker. Jones also explained the 2018 Fire Contracts between the Townships. In 2018 Shields will pay $39,420.13, Emmet will pay $57,027.01, Milford will pay $26,530.54 and Town of Watertown will pay $81,460.03. Chairman Jones also explained that the Town is putting together an Ordinance to cover some of the runs to the TO-Shields EMS, MVA, HAZCON, to help pay for the rise in the contract every year.
  7. The Plan Commission Report was given by Clerk Johnson. The PC met in April to recommend a new home for Julie & Mark Klusken, in August to recommend Mike Henneberry to Rezone 171 Acres from A-2 to A-1 and in November to recommend Gerald & Jaqueline Tracy a Pet Crematorium at N2082 County Rd. K.
  8. The Recycling/Transfer Site for the town of Shields has been running smoothly. As a reminder; the hours of operation are on Saturday. The dumpsters are not always available for recycling during unscheduled hours PLEASE drop off recyclables during scheduled hours. Putting up camera’s to stop no residents from dropping off after hours was suggested. The board will take under advisement.
  9. 2017Road Report was given by Chairman Jones. Crack Sealing/Chip Sealing was done on N Walton from RR Tracks North and East to Hwy K, Ranch Road, Middle Road between Hwy QQ and Hwy Q. The clerk reminded the board that we overspent the road budget in 2017 and will need to be mindful in 2018’s Road Plan.
  10. New Business ;Chairman Jones reported that the April 9, 2018 meeting held on the ATV/UTV Ordinance discussion went very well. Many opinions’ were expressed in a very professional way. A number of town residents turned out and non-town residents stated either why they were in favor of having some of the roads open to ATV/UTV use, or why they were not in favor for ATV/UTV’S to be allowed on town roads. The clerk had also received many emails and letters from town residents. The board will review and discuss. No final decision was made tonight. A huge Thank You to all who expressed their opinions whether thru email, mail or in attendance tonight.
  11. The Clerk brought up the subject of Town Salaries, it has been at least 8 years since there has been an increase in pay. Discussion too place and the increases were discussed per board member. It was good to have public input, this year when the Budget Hearing is held the salaries and election pay will again be discussed and voted on at that time. Chairman $2500, Clerk $12,000, Treasurer $7500, Supervisors (2) $750 and Assessor $7500 plus PD’s  and mileage.
  12. Miscellaneous; Joe Plasil brought up how nice it is to work with people in the Township. People here are so friendly and polite when he comes around to do his assessment work.
  13. Chairman Jones reported that the Railroad Crossing on Hwy K will be redone and closed the week of May 7, 2018.
  14. Public Comment-none to report.
  15. Next year’s meeting date; April 23, 2019 at 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall.

Supervisor Long called for the meeting to be adjourned at 8:49pm and Assessor Joe Plasil seconded. Motion Carried Meeting Adjourned.

Submitted by Clerk, Susan Johnson

Agenda May 14, 2018

Board Meeting           May 14, 2018  7pm     Emmet Town Hall

           Posted:    May 9, 2018

Agenda

  1. Call to Order & Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Minutes
  3. Treasurers Report
  4. Pay Monthly Bills
  5. Correspondences;
    1. DC-State of WI, Office of Emergency Management.
    2. WTA, JB Systems
    3. of Safety and Professional Services
  6. Reports
    1. Waterloo & Watertown Rural Fire Dept. monthly reports.
    2. Watertown Chapter Izaak Walton League-Picnic Permits.
  7. Old Business
    1. ATV/UTV Ordinance
  8. New Business
    1. DCLR & PD Minor Land Division & Conditional Use Permit Application; Bruce and Stacy Bratz. #180217
    2. Salaries & Election Workers Pay
  9. Miscellaneous
    1. Road Bids
    2. Mowing
  10. Public Comment
  11. Next month’s meeting date June 11, 2018, 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall.

April 9, 2018 Minutes

Board Meeting                                   April 9, 2018                           7pm

 Minutes

Attendance: Chairman Neale Jones, Supervisor Bob Long, Supervisor Ron Johnson, Treasurer Sue Nampel, Clerk Susan Johnson, Assessor P. Joseph Plasil, Betty May, Diane Buedler, Sharon Buedler, Gary Tenui, Terry Selhaus, Randy Soldner Bill Bloska, John Bbrychell, Bob Krig, Rod Sell, Laura Planer, Mitch Drunosky, Richie Hansen, Chris Leischer, Kathy Kassube, Carol Berner, George Schilling, Charmaine Plasil, Stacie & Bruce Bratz, Tony Peirick, Steve Yohn, Gary Sell, George Schluter, Lori Grabske, Jeff Berres, John Liechty, Susan & Ed Kileen, Joey Neuton, Jami Newton, Roger Leischer, Louis Strupp, Harold Peckham, Ron Schultz, Sandee & Joel Macht, Branden Zastrow, Deb & Brent Carlson, Paul & Susan Radtke, Scotty May, Dennis Stilling.

  1. The Board meeting was called to order at 7:00pm by Chairman Neale Jones, the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
  2. The Minutes were read by the Supervisor Long, on a motion by Supervisor Johnson to accept the minutes as read, seconded by Chairman Jones. Motion Carried.
  1. The Treasurers Report was read by the Town Treasurer, on a motion by Supervisor Johnson to accept the report as read, and seconded by Supervisor Long. Motion Carried.
  2. The monthly bills were read by Chairman Jones, Supervisor Long made a motion to pay monthly bills and Supervisor Johnson seconded. Motion Carried.
  3. Correspondences;
  4. DCLR & PD sent notice of several Legislative Acts were passed into law in 2017 which affected the County Codes and Ordinances. The proposed amendments to the Dodge County Shoreland Protection Ordinance and DC Floodplain Ordinance are necessary in order to ring the County’s regulations into compliance enacted laws. Public hearings for the proposed amendments will be held on April 16, 2018 at 7:05pm. Copies of the proposed amendments to the County Codes are below;

Land Use Code: http://www.co.dodge.wi.gov/home/showdocument?id=26220

Shoreland Ordinance: http://www.co.dodge.wi.gov/home/showdocument?id=26222

Floodplain Ordinance: http://www.co.dodge.wi.gov/home/showdocument?id=26218

Noted by the board.

  1. Dodge County Highway Commission sent notice of the balance on the Winter Maintenance Agreement is $12,203.60, which will need to be used by October 30, 2018. Noted by the board.
  2. There will be an officers meeting for the DC Unit WTA on April 18, 2018 at 7:30pm. At the Administration Building in Juneau. Noted by the board.
  3. Reports;
  4. Waterloo Fire Department sent the 2018 January and February Activity Report, no runs were reported to the Town of Shields. The Watertown Rural Fire Department for 2018 February had 2- Fire, 1- EMS and 1- MVA calls.
  5. Old Business;
  6. ATV/UTV Ordinance Discussion went very well. Many opinions’ were expressed in a very professional way. A number of town residents turned out and non-town residents stated either why they were in favor of having some of the roads open to ATV/UTV use, or why they were not in favor for ATV/UTV’S to be allowed on town roads. The clerk had also received many emails and letters from town residents. The board will review and discuss at the next board meeting. No final decision was made tonight. A huge Thank You to all who expressed their opinions whether thru email, mail or in attendance tonight.
  7. New Business;
  8. DCLR & PD sent notice for a Minor Land Division and Conditional Use Permit Application of Franklin Lehman agent for Sandra Sykes under the Land Use Code Dodge Count, WI to allow for the creation of an approximate 3-acre nonfarm single family residential lot within the A-1 Prime Agricultural Zoning District. The property is located in the part of the SW ¼ of the NW ¼, Section 35, Town of Shields, the site address being N358 Barry Road. Discussion and review of the Certified Survey Map and land maps. Supervisor Johnson made a motion to accept the Minor Land Division and Conditional Use Permit Application for Sandra Sykes, Supervisor Long seconded. Motion Carried all were in Favor.
  9. Open Book is set for May 14, 2018, 5-7 pm @ the Emmet Town Hall.
  10. Board of Review is set for May 30, 2018 5-7pm @ the Emmet Town Hall.
  11. Miscellaneous;
  12. The Town of Shields Roadside Clean Up will be held at the Transfer Site on April 21, 2018. See Fr. Anthony Good for garbage bags, cookies and a water bottle.
  13. Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 @ pm at the Emmet Town Hall. All are invited to attend.
  14. Public Comment-none.
  15. Next month’s meeting date; May 14, 2018 at 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall.

Supervisor Johnson called for the meeting to be adjourned at 8:35pm and Supervisor Long seconded. Motion Carried Meeting Adjourned.

Submitted by Clerk

Susan Johnson

Annual Meeting Minutes Apr 25, 2017

Town of Shields Annual Meeting      April 25, 2017             7pm

 Minutes

Attendance: Chairman Neale Jones, Supervisor Bob Long, Supervisor Ron Johnson, Assessor P. Joe Plasil, Fr. Anthony Good, George Schilling, John & Rosemarie Ulmer, Kathy Kassube, Betty May, Dave & Sylvia Kube, Charmaine Plasil, Jack & Irene Miller, Kevin Kaufman.

  1. The Board meeting was called to order at 7:00pm by Chairman Neale Jones, the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
  2. The Annual Meeting Minutes from April 22, 2016 were read by the Chairman Jones, on a motion by Joe Plasil to accept the minutes as read, seconded by Rosemarie Ulmer. Motion Carried.
  3. The 2016 Annual Report was read line by line by Supervisor Johnson. Fr. Anthony Good made a motion to accept the 2016 Annual Report and Charmaine Plasil seconded. Motion Carried.
  4.  Reports;The Annual Road Side Clean Up was held on April 26, 2016 from 9-11am at the Transfer Site. Fr. Anthony gave the report of having 45-50 people sign up but actually around 80 people participated. Also a reminder to make items small enough to fit in the dumpsters some pieces of cardboard & wood are large and stick out and take up unneeded room please break them down. Thank You again for taking care of your properties and keeping the Town of Shields clean.
  5. The Watertown Rural Fire Department report was given by Chairman Jones. The ending balance in the account on 12/13/16 was $37,227.84. The regular checking balance began at $4,128.22 and ended at $3,929.00. Money Market began at $14,530.45 and ended at $12,036.71, and the CD started at $18,569.17 and ended at $18,569.85. Chairman Jones then explained between the four townships, Emmet, Milford, Shields and Watertown how they keep track of the runs by Fire, EMS, MVA HAZCON reports and how each year it is broken down. He also explained how sometimes each run is classified under two runs depending upon what type of accident it is. And then gave each breakdown per township in each category.
  6. The Plan Commission Report was given by Supervisor Bob Long. The Comprehensive Plan for the Plan Commission is up to date until 2026, this is an every year ten year process to review any changes within the community. This has been a quiet year for building besides the updating of the PC Book.
  7. The Recycling/Transfer Site for the town of Shields has been running smoothly. As a reminder; the hours of operation are on Saturday. The dumpsters are not alwaysavailable for recycling during unscheduled hours PLEASE drop off recyclables during scheduled hours it at all possible.
  8. The 2016 Road Report was given by Supervisor Ron Johnson; Chip Seal was done on Provimi Road from Rich Road (East) to the Town Line, (South) Walton Road from Provimi (South) Hwy 19, (North) Walton Road, Hwy Q (South) to Long Road, Garden Road at the tee (North) to the End, (North) Walton Road at (NW) Corner to Bridge. This year we under-spent the budget a bit so hopefully we can spend a little more next year.
  9. New Business; ATV/UTV Ordinance has been put on hold by Dodge County they are looking into the State Ordinance. To date there are 4-5 Townships that have written their own Ordinance, they do have to inforce their own Ordinances. So we have just put everything on hold until more information is gathered. And we would want to have some input by the TO-Shields residents.
  10. Miscellaneous; Some residents have been asking about curbside pick-up in township. The clerk gathered some information and Supervisor Johnson put together the numbers. Right now we use the Transfer Site on a weekly/yearly basis. Solid Waste Disposal (Waste Management) 2016 cost was $7,225, Site Attendant with social security 2016 was $6158 and Site Maintenance was $881 totaling to $14,369. Advanced Disposal quoted, number of residents, stops, mileage and bins; recycling & garbage plus fees was $41,534. Waste Management same requirements quoted $61,064. Needless to say unless there is a big push our tax bills to increase Fr. Anthony’s job is safe for now. If you would like to have your trash & recycles picked up on an individual basis you can call WM Jason Johnson and he will quote you as an individual. You can call the clerk for his number.
  11. The Clerk has been doing some comparison salaries for the town board. It was decided to table the discussion until the Annual Meeting in April 2019.
  12. Public Comment-None to report
  13. Next month’s meeting date; April 24, 2018 at 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall. called for the meeting to be adjourned at 8:35 pm and. Motion Carried Meeting Adjourned.

Submitted by Clerk-(from the recording)

Susan Johnson

Agenda Annual Meeting April 24, 2018

Town of Shields Annual Meeting

April 24, 2018 7pm

Held at Emmet Town Hall

            Posted: April 21, 2018

Agenda

  1. Call to Order & Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Annual Meeting Minutes from April 25, 2017
  3. 2017 Annual Report
  4. Reports
    1. Road Side Clean Up, April 21, 2018
    2. Watertown Rural Fire Department report
    3. Plan Commission
    4. Recycling Transfer Site
    5. 2017 Road Report
  5. New Business
    1. ATV/UTV
    2. Town Salaries Increases
  6. Miscellaneous
  1. Public Comment
  2. Next year’s meeting date; April 23, 2019, 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall.

March 12, 2018 Minutes

Board Meeting                                   March 12, 2018                                  7pm

 Minutes

Attendance: Chairman Neale Jones, Supervisor Bob Long, Supervisor Ron Johnson, Treasurer Sue Nampel, Assessor P. Joseph Plasil.

The Board meeting was called to order at 7:00 pm by Chairman Neale Jones, the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

The Minutes were reviewed by the Town Board, on a motion by Supervisor Long to accept the minutes as read, seconded by Supervisor Johnson. Motion Carried.

The Treasurers Report was read by the Town Treasurer, on a motion by Supervisor Johnson to accept the report as read, and seconded by Supervisor Long. Motion Carried.

The monthly bills were read by Chairman Jones, Supervisor Long made a motion to pay monthly bills and Supervisor Johnson seconded. Motion Carried.

Correspondences;

a. UW-Extension sent a flyer of the 2018 Local Government Essentials class schedule. Noted by the board.

b.UW-Transportation Center sent a flyer of the Work Zone and Flagger Safety class schedule. Noted by the board.

c. Struck & Irwin Paving, Inc. sent a flyer on the upcoming road work for 2018 request. Noted by the board.

d. City of Watertown send the new modified Comprehensive Plan. You may view the Comprehensive Pan as a PDF; http://www.ci.watertown.wi.us/document

Noted by the board.

Reports;

a. No Fire Reports were available at meeting time.

b.Town Officers meeting was held on March 2, 2018 from 8-3pm at the Juneau Community Center. Board of Review training was held and all board members were Re-certified for the next two years.

Old Business;

a. Postcards will be mailed out this week to town electors who live on the town roads the ATV/UTV Ordinance will effect and are also invited to the monthly board meeting on April 9, 2018 at 7pm to discuss their opinions. The Town Board is gathering information before a decision is made. You may also email your opinions to the clerk. clerk.townofshields@yahoo.com

New Business-none to report.

Miscellaneous;

a. The Spring Election will be held on April 3, 2018. Polls open at 7am and close at 8pm. Town of Shields Electors/Residents vote at the Emmet Town Hall.

b. Shields Township 12th Annual Roadside Cleanup will be held at the Transfer Site on April 21, 2018. Sign up with Father Anthony Good for the roads you would like to cleanup.

c. Annual Meeting will be held on April 24, 2018 @ the Emmet Town Hall at 7pm.

d. Plan Commission will meet on March 22, 2018 7pm at the clerk’s home.

Public Comment-none to report.

Next month’s meeting date; April 9, 2018 at 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall.

Supervisor Johnson called for the meeting to be adjourned at 7:55pm and Supervisor Long seconded. Motion Carried Meeting Adjourned.

Submitted by Supervisor

Ron Johnson

February 12, 2018 Minutes

Board Meeting                                   March 12, 2018                                  7pm

 Minutes

Attendance: Chairman Neale Jones, Supervisor Bob Long, Supervisor Ron Johnson, Treasurer Sue Nampel, Clerk Susan Johnson, Assessor P. Joseph Plasil.

  1. The Board meeting was called to order at 7:00pm by Chairman Neale Jones, the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
  2. The Minutes were reviewed by the Town Board, on a motion by Supervisor Johnson to accept the minutes as read, seconded by Supervisor Long. Motion Carried.
  3. The Treasurers Report was read by the Town Treasurer, on a motion by Supervisor Long to accept the report as read, and seconded by Supervisor Johnson. Motion Carried.
  4. The monthly bills were read by Clerk Johnson, Supervisor Johnson made a motion to pay monthly bills and Supervisor Long seconded. Motion Carried.
  5. Correspondences;The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has an Application for the City of Harford Washington and Dodge Counties, Wisconsin, as an Electric Public Utility, for Authority to Adjust Electric Rates. Hearing Date February 1, 2018. Noted by the Board.
  6. UW-Extension is offering classes February thru May of 2018 for Local Land Use, Planning and Zoning will be the topics. Noted by the Board.
  7. Correspondence from “Scott Construction” letting the Town Board know, Don Bade is retiring on March 31, 2018 and will be working with Bob Bruha going forward. Noted by the Board.
  8. The City of Watertown sent a memo to inform members of the community that on December 19, 2017, the Watertown City Council adopted an ordinance amending the City of Watertown Comprehensive Plan. You may view the Comprehensive Pan as a PDF; http://www.ci.watertown.wi.us/document .Noted by the Board.
  9. The State of Wisconsin Department of Revenue sent notice beginning February 2018 going thru April 2018. Staff appraisers will be working throughout Dodge County Reviewing the sales involves viewing the land and improvements from the road, taking pictures and in some cases talking with the buyers and sellers involved in each real estate transaction. Noted by the Board.
  10. Reports; Waterloo Fire Department Activity Report was not available at meeting time. The Watertown Rural Fire Department totals for 2017 were; 1-Fire, 15-EMS, 1-MVA and no HAZCON calls. In January 2018 there was 1-Fire and 1-EMS call.
  11. A Dodge County Unit of WTA was held on January 17, 2018. Chairman Jones attended the meeting and heard main speaker Jeff Delmore from Delmore Consulting regarding road condition evaluations, road inventories and roadwork bid letting, culvert evaluation etc.  Chairman Jones thought the concept is good not sure if it is the right fit for the township at this time.
  12. Old Business; ATV/UTV Ordinance was discussed. Supervisor Long made a motion to mail out postcards to Township residents and publish in the Watertown Daily Paper a survey of residents opinions on allowing ATV’s and UTV’s to travel on township roads. Residents will be able to send responses to clerk.townofshields@yahoo.com or by mailing response to the Clerk Town of Shields at N1662 Wood Road, Watertown, WI 53098. Responses will be listened to and read at the April 9th monthly board meeting held at 7pm at the Emmet Town Hall.
  13. New Business-None to report.
  14. Miscellaneous-None to report.
  15. Public Comment-None to report.
  16. Next month’s meeting date; March 12, 2018 at 7 pm at the Emmet Town Hall.

Supervisor Long called for the meeting to be adjourned at 8:02pm and Supervisor Johnson seconded. Motion Carried Meeting Adjourned.

Submitted by Clerk, Susan Johnson