Morrill City Council 5.7.18
Submitted by Linda Hill, City Clerk
The Morrill City Council met in regular session on Monday, May 7, with members Bob Baumgartner, Dan Halstead, Todd Gruber and Kevin Wikle present. Mayor Roger Price presided. Superintendent Lee Wymer also was present.
Minutes and vouchers were approved.
After reviewing a building permit, the council accepted the permit.
Baumgartner made a motion to donate $500 to the Brown County Humane Society. After more discussion, the matter died due to a lack of second. The council thanked Addie Huning. Huning left.
Concerning changes to be made to some ordinances, it was decided rebar should be placed every 24 inches in a concrete slab for trailers, mobile homes, or modular homes.
It was decided to get information of when an old trailer house is going to be moved out. A date has been set for the small claims court case.
The council decided to have the code enforcement officer issue tickets to an individual for cleaning up their yard.
No interest was made concerning getting new Governing Body Handbooks.
It was decided to send a notice of violation concerning a property needing mowed. After discussing fees charged to mow, the council decided to increase the charge to $75 per hour.
It was decided Wymer should continue taking care of the flowers in the manner he has been by watering them every other day.
Wymer stated an individual had offered to pay for the junk metal that had been collected at the clean up day. It was decided he should take it to a junk dealer and sell it.
Wymer asked about having depth gauges made for the lagoons that would cost approximately $200 to $250. It was decided he should repaint the gauges he already has.
Wymer presented an estimate to repair the digger derrick truck, mentioning he could do a lot of the repairs himself, bringing the cost down a lot. The council decided the truck should be sold with Wymer using the backhoe and other means of setting poles instead.
It was then decided Wymer should go ahead and paint the city shop.