MINUTES OF THE
Chairman Collyard called the Special Town Board Meeting to order at . All Board Members were present. The Agenda for the meeting was as follows:
1) Adoption of
2) Hiring of second Deputy Clerk
1) Collyard explained
the Plan Commission would present the Plan to the Board this evening by
Resolution. Then the Board would need to
adopt the Ordinance, Chapter 19 in the Town of
Ordinance No. 19
AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
The Town Board of the Town of
SECTION 1. Pursuant to sections 62.23(2) and (3) for towns exercising village powers under 60.22(3) of the Wisconsin Statutes, the Town of Barnes is authorized to prepare and adopt a comprehensive plan as defined in sections 66.1001(1)(a) and 66.1001(2) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
SECTION 2. The Town Board of the Town of Barnes, Wisconsin, has adopted written procedures designed to foster public participation in every stage of the preparation of a comprehensive plan as required by section 66.100(4)(a) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
SECTION 3. The Plan Commission of the Town of
SECTION 4. The Town has held at least one public hearing on this ordinance in compliance with the requirements of section 66.1001(4)(d) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
SECTION 5. The Town Board of the Town of Barnes, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, does, by the enactment of this ordinance, formally adopt the document entitled “Town of Barnes Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2006-2026,” pursuant to section 66.1001(4)(c) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
SECTION 6. This ordinance shall take effect upon passage by a majority vote of the members-elect of the Town Board of Barnes and publication/posting as required by law.
ADOPTED this 27th Day of December, 2006
Richard Collyard, Chairperson
Town Board of Barnes
to adopt Ordinance Chapter 19 as presented: Roll call vote was taken:
Meinke-yes, McGee-yes, Webb-yes, Porter-yes, Collyard-yes.
Webb asked if there would be a separate
Resolution to adopt the Lake Management Plan. It was thought that it was
recommended to do that in the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Implementation
pages. Webb also thought it important to note that the Lake Management Plan is
not the Property Owner’s Plan, it is the Town of
2) Brustad said she was in need of immediate help during the tax season for someone who could answer phones, and help out in the office. Collyard had told her they needed to advertise for the position, but after asking the Clerk network she was told by other clerks that per state statutes she could hire someone herself as long as monies were budgeted. She asked for Board approval to hire a temporary person now and if they felt the need to advertise for the position, she would do that at a later date. The current Deputy was not always available when she needed her so she wanted a back-up person, at least until the end of January. Motion (Webb/Porter) to allow the Clerk to find a deputy to assist her when the current deputy is unavailable at a rate of $7.00/hour, Hours to be as needed. Roll call vote taken: Meinke-yes, Webb-yes, Porter-yes, McGee-yes, Collyard-yes.
(Porter/Meinke) to adjourn the meeting of
Elaine J. Brustad,
Barnes Town Clerk-Treasurer