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									                           OCTOBER COUNTY BOARD SESSION
                                 MORNING SESSION
                                   October 30, 2006

The Calumet County Board of Supervisors met pursuant to Section 59 of the Wisconsin
Statutes in an adjourned session at the Courthouse in the City of Chilton, Wisconsin, on
Monday, October 30, 2006 at 8:30 A.M. to transact any and all business as may properly come
before said meeting.

Chair Gentz called the meeting to order at 8:30 A.M.

The Clerk called the roll and all members reported present. Also present were County
Administrator, William Craig, Corporation Counsel, Pamela Captain, Finance Director, Daniel
De Bonis, and County Clerk, Beth A. Hauser.

The Chair asked the Supervisors and guests to join him in repeating the Pledge of Allegiance to
the Flag.

Moved by Supervisor Scholz and seconded by Supervisor Barribeau to approve the agenda as
presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Supervisor Barribeau and seconded by Supervisor Connors to approve the minutes
of the September 19, 2006 meeting as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

PETITIONS:
There were no petitions.

COMMUNICATIONS:
1.  Letter from the Town of Chilton Board requesting the County Board review and revise
    Chapter 11 – Wind Energy Systems. Referred to the Planning & Zoning Committee.
2.  Letter from Western Industries notifying the County that it is permanently closing its
    Chilton Division in December of 2006 or March of 2007. Referred to the Planning &
    Zoning Committee.
3.  Resolution from Pepin County recommending the Wisconsin Dept. of Ag change the
    agricultural chemical and household hazardous waste clean sweep grant funding to a
    per capita formula and to streamline the clean sweep grant application process.
    Referred to the Ag & Extension Committee.
4.  Resolution from Price County requesting the Legislature repeal 2005 Wisconsin Act 100
    relating to decreasing the size of county board between decennial district plans.
    Referred to the Legislative Committee.
5.  Letter to the Editor from Keith Ondrasek, Brillion Chamber of Commerce President,
    explaining the Brillion Chamber of Commerce’s reasons to oppose a sales tax in
    Calumet County. Referred to the Finance & Audit Committee.
6.  Letter from Linda Schwobe, Assistant Director of the Calumet County Health
    Department regarding the Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program. Received and placed
    on file.
7.  Letter from Martha Woelfel of Hickory Hills Country Club, along with a binder of
    information containing reference materials regarding wind turbine related issues that will
    be kept on file in the County Clerk’s Office. Received and placed on file.
8.  Resolution from the Town of Stockbridge asking the County Board to consider
    amending the present wind energy ordinance to address issues outlined in the
    resolution. Referred to the Planning & Zoning Committee.
9.  Letter from Ric Van Sistine regarding protecting the right of rural residents. Received
    and placed on file.
10.    Resolution from LaCrosse County supporting an increase in the Medicaid
       reimbursement rate for dental care. Referred to the Human Services Board.
11.    Letter from Michael Hendrick, President of Fox Cities Greenways, Inc. requesting
       support from the Board for the Friendship Trail portion between the City of Menasha and
       High Cliff State Park. Received and placed on file.
12.    Letter from Gary Dikkers, Airspace Manager for Wisconsin Department of
       Transportation, regarding air turbulence downwind of tall wind turbines. Referred to the
       Planning & Zoning Committee.
13.    Letters and handouts distributed immediately prior to the County Board meeting
       regarding the wind turbine ordinance, which will be kept on file:
              Letter from Stephen & Katherine Schneider supporting 1000-ft. setback
              Comparison of Montford Wind Farm and Calumet County
              Memo from Calumet County Citizens for Responsible Energy regarding
               amendments for Calumet County Wind Energy Ordinance
              Letter from Kathy Meyer regarding concerns with where the county is headed
               with mega farms, wind turbines, landfills, and other issues.
              Letter from Rose Moehn regarding the Town of Stockbridge resolution
               requesting changes to the wind ordinance
              Letter from Atty. Glenn Stoddard to Rose Moehn regarding setback for
               commercial wind towers.
              Memo from Dean Anhalt, Town of Mishicot Supervisor regarding changes made
               to the Manitowoc County ordinance
              Information regarding vibroacoustic disease and wind turbines
              Handout regarding areas at risk for wind turbine setbacks
              Handout regarding common wind turbine accidents

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:
The following citizens addressed the Board:
1.      Joseph Sprangers, Chairman of Town of Harrison, requesting support for Ordinance
        2006-11 and 2006-12.
2.      Ann Holzer regarding conflicts of interest of elected officials voting on the wind turbine
        issue that has interest in wind turbines (handout in file).
3.      MarJean Hedrich regarding the danger of wind turbines.
4.      Dan Hedrich regarding request for 1000’ setbacks for wind turbines.
5.      Gail Engler regarding opposition to large wind turbines and asking County Board to
        table the ordinance and put a moratorium on wind turbines.
6.      Bill Engler, Jr., Mayor of the City of Chilton, requesting a 1000’ setback within a mile and
        a half buffer zone around the City of Chilton.
7.      Vickie Milde, member of Fox Cities Greenway, requesting support for the Friendship
        Trail Ordinance.

PUBLIC HEARING:
At 9:00 A.M., a Public Hearing was held regarding the 2007 Budget. No citizens addressed the
Board regarding the 2007 Budget.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION (CONTINUED):
8.   Tracy Flucke, Town Administrator for the Town of Harrison, requesting support for the
     Friendship Trail Resolution.
9.   Lisa Roberts requesting 1000’ setbacks for large wind turbines.
10.  Tina Head regarding health and safety concerns of large wind turbines.
11.  Karen Van Asten regarding health and safety issues of large wind turbines. She
     provided a black binder filled with information regarding large wind turbines to each
     member of the Board. A copy of the binder will be kept on file.
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12.    Daryn Woelfel regarding 1000’ setbacks from all property lines and negative impacts of
       large wind turbines.
13.    Atty. Steve Frassetto regarding ample evidence to support a 1000’ setback. Other
       issues to be resolved include shadow flicker, public health and safety issues.
14.    Martha Woelfel requesting further review of the health and safety issues of large wind
       turbines.
15.    Marilyn Propson supports wind energy and renewable energy options. Larger setbacks
       would stop the project all together.
16.    Donald Propson supports wind energy.
17.    Dean Heimermann supports public health and safety for public and private airports.
       Would like to see a section in ordinance addressing aviation safety.
18.    Gary Haltaufderheide, representative of Eco Energy, supporting wind tower.
19.    Joseph Nelesen, requesting stricter setbacks for large wind turbines.
20.    David Blecker, representative of Midwest Energy, supporting wind power.
21.    Jim Bruckner presented a compilation of 276 accidents from wind turbines, including 35
       fatalities.
22.    Joel Portmann expressed concerns about negative health and safety issues from large
       wind turbines.
23.    Mary Nelesen does not oppose wind energy but would like serious discussion amongst
       the board on setback lines.

NEXT MEETING DATE:
Moved by Supervisor Brock and seconded by Supervisor Sommers to suspend the rules, Rule
VII, and to set a regular session meeting in November, with a suggested meeting date of
November 10, 2006 at 8:30 A.M. General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and nays
to suspend the rules and set a regular session meeting on November 10, 2006 at 8:30 A.M.,
the following was the result: 21 votes cast: 19 ayes, 2 nays (Laughrin & Stecker), 0 absent. The
motion was carried.

SPECIAL BUSINESS:
1.   Chair Gentz acknowledged Kelly Sippel for his 25 years of dedicated service to Calumet
     County. Kelly is a Lieutenant in the Calumet County Sheriff’s Department. He will be
     presented with a plaque at a later date.
2.   Eugene McLeod, County Conservationist, presented the draft Calumet County Land and
     Water Resource Management Plan, 2007-2011. A copy of the draft Plan is in the file
     and made a part of this record.

ORDINANCES:
                          ORDINANCE 2006-10
ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CALUMET COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 11,
   WIND ENERGY FACILITY AND CREATE CHAPTER 79, WIND ENERGY FACILITY

The Board of Supervisors of Calumet County Board of Supervisors hereby amends the Calumet
County Code of Ordinance, Chapter 11 as follows:

       1.     To renumber Chapter 11 to Chapter 79; thereby Reserving Chapter 11, and
              creating Chapter 79, Wind Energy Facility.

       2.     To further amend the Code of Ordinances, Chapter 79, Wind Energy Facility, as
              attached and incorporated herein.

       3.     This amending ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as
              provided by law.
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Dated this 30 day of October 2006.
                                                 INTRODUCED BY THE PLANNING, ZONING
                                              AND FARMLAND PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
                                                                  /s/ Bill Barribeau, Chair
                                                                       /s/ Chester Dietzen
                                                                          /s/ James Lehrer
                                                                         /s/ William Scholz

                                                                         COUNTERSIGNED BY
                                                            /s/ Merlin Gentz, County Board Chair

Moved by Supervisor Connors and seconded by Supervisor Scholz to enact Ordinance 2006-10.
Supervisor Criter abstained from this issue and left the board room. General discussion followed.

Chair Gentz relinquished the chair to the vice chair, Barribeau.

[A] Moved by Supervisor Dietzen and seconded by Supervisor Draheim to amend Section 79-60
(a)(2) to state that setbacks for large wind energy systems shall be sited a mile and a half from
an incorporated municipal boundary. General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and
nays to amend Ordinance 2006-10 as stated above, the following was the result: 20 votes cast:
8 ayes (Ballering, Connors, Dietzen, Draheim, Koenig, Krause, Sommers, and Stillman), 12
nays, 1 abstained (Criter). Motion failed.

[B] Moved by Supervisor Krause and seconded by Supervisor Ballering to amend Section 79-60
(a)(3) to state that each large wind energy system shall be set back from the nearest property
line a distance of no less than 1,000 feet. General discussion followed.

[C] Moved by Supervisor Ballering and seconded by Supervisor Schwobe to amend Motion [B]
to include Section 79-40 (a)(3) to state that each small wind energy system shall be set back
from the nearest property line a distance of no less than 1,000 feet. General discussion followed.
On the call of the ayes and nays to amend Motion [B], the following was the result: 20 votes
cast: 3 ayes (Ballering, Schwobe, and Stillman), 17 nays, 1 abstained (Criter). Motion failed.

On the call of the ayes and nays to adopt Motion [B], the following was the result: 20 votes cast:
10 ayes, 10 nays (Barribeau, Dietzen, Koenig, Laughrin, Lehrer, Leonhardt, Phipps, Scholz,
Schuh and Stecker), 1 abstained (Criter). Motion failed.

[D] Moved by Supervisor Draheim and seconded by Supervisor Krause to amend Section 79-60
(a)(4) to state that each wind energy system shall be set back from the nearest public road a
distance of no less than 1000 feet. General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and
nays to amend Ordinance 2006-10 as shown above, the following was the result: 20 votes cast:
7 ayes (Ballering, Connors, Draheim, Krause, Schwobe, Sommers and Stillman), 13 nays, 1
abstained (Criter). Motion failed.

Moved by Supervisor Connors and seconded by Supervisor Phipps to refer Ordinance 2006-10
to the Planning and Zoning Committee to meet with an ad hoc advisory committee, that shall
report to the Planning and Zoning Committee ordinance recommendations to bring back to the
County Board within 60 days, made up of wind energy representatives, property owners wanting
stronger restrictions and property owners wanting wind energy systems. Six members shall be
on the ad hoc committee (2 from each group) appointed by the County Board Chair. The ad hoc
committee members will not be reimbursed. On the call of the ayes and nays to refer Ordinance
2006-10 to the Planning & Zoning Committee as outlined above, the following was the result: 20
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votes cast: 5 ayes (Ballering, Connors, Schwobe, Sommers and Stillman), 15 nays, 1 abstained
(Criter). Motion failed.

On the call of the ayes and nays to enact Ordinance 2006-10 as brought forth to the meeting,
the following was the result: 20 votes cast: 15 ayes, 5 nays (Ballering, Connors, Schwobe,
Sommers and Stillman), 1 abstained (Criter). Ordinance 2006-10 was enacted.

ADJOURN FOR LUNCH:
At 12:25 P.M., Moved by Schwobe and second by Leonhard to adjourn for lunch until 1:30 P.M.
Motion carried unanimously (voice vote).

AFTERNOON MEETING:
Chair Gentz returned to chair. The meeting was called back to order at 1:30 P.M. and all
members reported present.

                              ORDINANCE 2006-11
                     ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 66
                          (COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE)
                 ON CERTAIN PROPERTY IN THE TOWN OF HARRISON
             (PROPERTY OF EUGENE FREDERICKSON & JEFFREY ZWIERS)

        The Board of Supervisors of Calumet County, pursuant to Section 59.69 (5) of
Wisconsin Statutes, does hereby ordain as follows:
        1.      Eugene Frederickson of Highline Development, Inc. and Jeffrey Zwiers are
requesting a rezone from General Ag (A-3) to Commercial/Light Industrial (C-3) on the following
described property: a part of the NW1/4, Section 6, T20N, R19E, Town of Harrison,
commencing at the N1/4 corner of said Section 6; thence south 417.20 feet along the east line
of said NW1/4 to the POB; thence south 1,478.45 feet; thence westerly 1,712.41 feet; thence
south 866.93 feet; thence westerly 773.59 feet to the right of way of STH-55; thence northerly
and easterly along the east right of way of STH-55 to a point 25 feet west of the east line of
said NW1/4 of Section 6; thence south 308.75 feet; thence east 25 feet to the POB.
        2.     This amending ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as
provided by law.
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        Dated this 30 day of October 2006.
                                                  INTRODUCED BY THE PLANNING, ZONING
                                              AND FARMLAND PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
                                                                         /s/ Bill Barribeau, Chair
                                                                              /s/ Chester Dietzen
                                                                                 /s/ James Lehrer
                                                                                /s/ William Scholz

                                                                         COUNTERSIGNED BY
                                                            /s/ Merlin Gentz, County Board Chair

Moved by Supervisor Barribeau and seconded by Supervisor Lehrer to enact Ordinance 2006-
11. General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and nays, the following was the result:
21 votes cast: 21 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Ordinance 2006-11 was enacted unanimously.

                           ORDINANCE 2006-12
                 ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 66
                      (COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE)
 CREATING THE TOWN OF HARRISON INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL OVERLAY DISTRICT

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      The Board of Supervisors of Calumet County, pursuant to Section 59.69 (5) of
Wisconsin Statutes, does hereby ordain as follows:

      1.      To Add:
      Section 7.11 Town of Harrison Industrial/Commercial Overlay District.
      The intent of this overlay district is to address the needs for additional review and more
      detailed analysis of industrial and commercial development occurring in more rapidly
      developing growth and expansion areas in the Town of Harrison. This overlay provides for
      a more local review of the development that is generally more concentrated and more
      consistent with other developing areas of the Fox Valley. The Town’s review will allow for
      a greater level of control over the landscape, aesthetic value, and architectural character
      of industrial and commercial development that would still be consistent with the overall
      intent of the ordinance.
      Section 7.111 Lands Included Within This District.
      The boundaries of this district shall include all areas within the following zoning districts:
      C-1, C-2, C-3 and Industrial.
      Section 7.112 Overlay Standards.
      Within this district, the Town of Harrison shall have the ability to conduct their own review
      and control authority over the following:
             (a) Site Plan Review;
             (b) Design standards, including architectural design and building materials;
             (c) Landscape and screening requirements;
             (d) Nuisance control.
      This section shall not be interpreted or construed to allow a lesser standard or be less
      restrictive than the County’s Zoning Ordinance setbacks, lot coverage, and height
      restrictions.
        2.      This amending ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as
provided by law.
        Dated this 30th day of October 2006.


                                                  INTRODUCED BY THE PLANNING, ZONING
                                               AND FARMLAND PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
                                                                   /s/ Bill Barribeau, Chair
                                                                        /s/ Chester Dietzen
                                                                           /s/ James Lehrer
                                                                          /s/ William Scholz

                                                                          COUNTERSIGNED BY
                                                             /s/ Merlin Gentz, County Board Chair

Moved by Supervisor Dietzen and seconded by Supervisor Lehrer to enact Ordinance 2006-12.
General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and nays, the following was the result: 21
votes cast: 21 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Ordinance 2006-12 was enacted unanimously.

                            ORDINANCE 2006-13
                ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 1985-3
                 (COUNTY SHORELAND ZONING ORDINANCE)
     ADDING CONDOMINIUM AS A CONDITIONAL USE IN A RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

      The Board of Supervisors of Calumet County, pursuant to Section 59.69 (5) of
Wisconsin Statutes, does hereby ordain as follows:
     1.    To amend Sec. 9.5 CONDITIONAL USES as follows:
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            q.    Condominium type ownership of new structures or pre-existing duplex
                  residences.
     2.    To amend Sec. 18.2 DEFINITIONS as follows:
            CONDOMINIUM. “A structure having two (2) or more dwelling units, each
            assigned to individual ownership, but located on a lot housing common ownership
            and use arrangement.”
     3.     This amending ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as
            provided by law.
       Dated this 30th day of October 2006.

                                                INTRODUCED BY THE PLANNING, ZONING
                                             AND FARMLAND PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
                                                                 /s/ Bill Barribeau, Chair
                                                                      /s/ Chester Dietzen
                                                                         /s/ James Lehrer
                                                                        /s/ William Scholz

                                                                        COUNTERSIGNED BY
                                                           /s/ Merlin Gentz, County Board Chair

Moved by Supervisor Scholz and seconded by Supervisor Lehrer to enact Ordinance 2006-13.
General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and nays, the following was the result: 21
votes cast: 21 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Ordinance 2006-13 was enacted unanimously.

                             ORDINANCE 2006-14
                   ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 66
                         (COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE)
             CHANGES TO ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS IN A-1 DISTRICT

      The Board of Supervisors of Calumet County, pursuant to Section 59.69 (5) of
Wisconsin Statutes, does hereby ordain as follows:
1.    To amend Section 3.012 Specific Words and Phrases as follows:
      Animal Unit. For the purposes of this Ordinance, an “animal unit” is defined as one cow,
      steer or horse; two head of cattle under 500lbs; three swine, six sheep, or 75 chickens
      or other poultry.
2.    To amend Section 7.012 Permitted Uses as follows:
      a. 2. Animal feeding operation (commercial feed lot) of less than 250 animal units.
3.    To amend Section 7.013 Conditional Uses as follows:
3.    Animal feeding operation (commercial feed lot) of over 250 animal units.
4.3.  Saw mills
5.4.  Fur farms
6.5.  Stables and paddocks
7.6.  Dams and flowages
8.7.  Governmental uses such as, but not limited to by specific enumeration; police and fire
      stations, highway garages, municipal administrative buildings and post offices, solid
      waste disposal sites and sewage treatment plants.
9.8.  Other utility uses not requiring authorization under Section 196.49 along with any
      necessary appurtenant equipment and structures; including such as gas, electric,
      telephone, radio and television.
10.9. The following activities if not used commercially and are an incidental use to the farming
      operation: mineral extraction pits and placement of such materials; airports and landing
      strips.

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11.10. Religious, cultural or institutional uses such as, but not limited to by specific
       enumeration; churches, cemeteries, schools (public or private).
12.11. Livestock veterinarian services.
13.12. Processing of agricultural products, such as, but not limited to, by specific enumeration;
       canning, dairy processing, livestock butchering, livestock sales facilities or grain milling.
14.13. Sales and servicing facilities for agricultural-related machinery or equipment.
15.14. Facilities for centralized collection and bulk storage of agricultural products.
16.15. Publicly owned and operated recreational sites, (which includes no commercial activities
       except user fee collection), such as but not limited to by specific enumeration; parks or
       preserves, nature centers, golf courses and marinas, or boat liveries.
17.16. Private recreational trails, except motorcycle trails.
18.17. The storage and sale of feed, fertilizer and other products essential to agricultural
       production if not considered an accessory use under 7.012 (b)(3) of this ordinance.
19.18. Nurseries involving the growing of products with sales of both on and off premise
       products.
20.19. Telecommunication Facilities.

       4.     This amending ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as
provided by law.
       Dated this 30th day of October 2006.

                                                  INTRODUCED BY THE PLANNING, ZONING
                                               AND FARMLAND PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
                                                                   /s/ Bill Barribeau, Chair
                                                                        /s/ Chester Dietzen
                                                                           /s/ James Lehrer
                                                                          /s/ William Scholz

                                                                           COUNTERSIGNED BY
                                                              /s/ Merlin Gentz, County Board Chair

Moved by Supervisor Lehrer and seconded by Supervisor Brock to enact Ordinance 2006-14.
General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and nays, the following was the result: 21
votes cast: 20 ayes, 1 nay (Connors), 0 absent. Ordinance 2006-14 was enacted.

RESOLUTIONS:
                           RESOLUTION 2006-22
       RESOLUTION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTIPURPOSE RECREATIONAL
         TRAIL FROM COUNTY HIGHWAY LP WITH HIGH CLIFF STATE PARK

To the Honorable Chair and Board of Supervisors of Calumet County, Wisconsin:

       WHEREAS, The Calumet County Planning Department, through the Smart Growth
Program, with the aid of other Calumet County municipalities, has been planning proposed trail
connections throughout the county; one such trail connecting the City of Menasha, Town of
Harrison, and Village of Sherwood to High Cliff State Park; said trail ultimately to extend east to
connect with the existing Friendship Trail segment and the Fox River Trail, and south to
connect Calumet County Park to the trail system, and
       WHEREAS, In February 2005, Calumet County received an earmarked grant from the
United States Congress, through Congressman Thomas Petri’s efforts, of $350,000 for the
development of this trail, and
       WHEREAS, The State of Wisconsin has identified this trail as a major bicycle
transportation route in the WI DOT Plan 20/20: Transportation in the 21st Century, and this trail
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segment is identified in the Wisconsin State Trails Network Plan and adopted by the WI DNR,
as State Trail Link #8, and is a key link in the east-west Friendship State Trail, and
         WHEREAS, The Fox Cities Greenways Trail System Plan has identified this segment as
a critical segment of the Paper Trail loop that connects communities of the Fox Cities, and this
segment is identified in the Calumet County Outdoor Recreation Plan, adopted in January
2005, under General Recommendations, and
         WHEREAS, The Wisconsin DNR has facilitated a partnership with Calumet County for
the purpose of development of this trail segment, and
         WHEREAS, The development of the multipurpose trail would greatly improve the safety
of bikers, and other pedestrians, and expand the recreational opportunities in the region
especially for the residents of northern Calumet County, and
         WHEREAS, The Calumet County Parks Department and the Wisconsin DNR have
conducted public informational meetings where strong support was indicated to pursue the
development of a multipurpose recreational trail.
         NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of Supervisors herein assembled,
that Calumet County and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources enter into an
agreement to acquire, develop, replace, maintain and operate approximately 6.5 miles of trail to
be located in northern Calumet County, starting at County Highway LP, east through the Town
of Harrison and the Village of Sherwood connecting to High Cliff State Park at no development
cost to Calumet County.
         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That, Parks Director, Calumet County Parks Department,
through the County Administrator, submit an application to the State of Wisconsin Department
of Natural Resources for any financial aid that may be available and be authorized to act on
behalf of Calumet County to take necessary action to undertake, direct and complete this
project, and
         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That Calumet County will comply with State or Federal
rules for the programs; allow county employees to perform work on the project, if necessary;
maintain the trail in an attractive, inviting and safe manner; make the trail available to the
general public during reasonable hours consistent with this type of facility; and, obtain from the
State Department of Natural Resources approval in writing before any change is made in the
use of this trail.

Dated this 30th day of October 2006.

                                                 INTRODUCED BY THE PARKS COMMISSION
                                                                  /s/ Alice Connors, Chair
                                                                            /s/ Jerry Koenig
                                                                          /s/ Kate Ballering

                                                                         COUNTERSIGNED BY
                                                            /s/ Merlin Gentz, County Board Chair

Moved by Supervisor Connors and seconded by Supervisor Ballering to adopt Resolution 2006-
22. General discussion followed.

Moved by Supervisor Draheim and seconded by Schuh to amend Resolution 2006-22 to add
that the repair and upkeep of this portion of the Friendship Trail, when the project is completed,
shall be the responsibility of the jurisdiction that the trail runs through – the Town of Harrison,
Village of Sherwood and City of Menasha. General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes
and nays to amend Resolution 2006-22, the following was the result: 21 votes cast: 11 ayes, 10
nays (Ballering, Barribeau, Brock, Connors, Dietzen, Gentz, Krause, Leonhardt, Stanke and
Stecker), 0 absent. The amendment motion passed.


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Moved by Supervisor Sommers and seconded by Supervisor Barribeau to reconsider the
amendment motion as passed above. General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and
nays to reconsider, the following was the result: 21 votes cast: 18 ayes, 3 nays (Draheim, Phipps
and Schwobe), 0 absent. Motion to reconsider passed.

On the reconsideration to amend Resolution 2006-22 to add that the repair and upkeep of this
portion of the Friendship Trail, when the project is completed, shall be the responsibility of the
jurisdiction that the trail runs through – the Town of Harrison, Village of Sherwood and City of
Menasha, the following was the result: 21 votes cast: 2 ayes (Draheim and Phipps), 19 nays, 0
absent. The amendment motion was defeated.

On the call of the ayes and nays to adopt Resolution 2006-22, the following was the result: 21
votes cast: 19 ayes, 2 nays (Draheim and Scholz), 0 absent. Resolution 2006-22 was adopted.

                           RESOLUTION 2006-23
    RESOLUTION ADOPTING CHANGES TO THE RULES OF ORDER OF THE COUNTY
    BOARD RESOLUTION 2006-01, RULE XIII, CHANGING THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE
                         BRILLION LIBRARY BOARD

       To the Honorable Chair and Board of Supervisors of Calumet County, Wisconsin:

        WHEREAS, recent changes were made to Rule XIII of the Rules of Order of the County
Board, Resolution 2006-01 as pertains to the Chilton and Manitowoc-Calumet Counties
Libraries, and adding the New Holstein Library Board.

        WHEREAS, in order to be consistent among all Library Boards, an additional change to
Rule XIII of the Rules of Order of the County Board, Resolution 2006-01, is necessary as
follows:

       Change the membership of the Brillion Library Board:

        Membership. The County Administrator shall appoint (1) member, who is a County
Board Supervisor at the time of the appointment, as a member to the Brillion Library Board for a
three (3) year term, subject to confirmation of the County Board.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of Supervisors of Calumet
County herein assembled, that the modification to Rule XIII of the Rules of Order, as indicated
above, is adopted.
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       Dated this 30 day of October 2006.

                                                      INTRODUCED BY THE COMMITTEE ON
                                                       RULES OF ORDER OF THE CALUMET
                                                         COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                                                                  /s/ Chester Dietzen, Chair
                                                                        /s/ Donald Schwobe
                                                                            /s/ Bill Barribeau
                                                                         /s/ Raymond Brock
                                                                           /s/ Steven Phipps

                                                                        COUNTERSIGNED BY
                                                           /s/ Merlin Gentz, County Board Chair

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Moved by Supervisor Dietzen and seconded by Supervisor Stillman to adopt Resolution 2006-
23. General discussion followed. On the call of the ayes and nays, the following was the result:
21 votes cast: 18 ayes, 3 nays (Draheim, Koenig and Leonhardt), 0 absent. Resolution 2006-23
was adopted.

2007 BUDGET MESSAGE:
Bill Craig, County Administrator, presented the 2007 Budget Message, a copy of which is in the
file and made a part of this record. He presented last minute budget adjustments to the ADRC
Budget and Town Bridge Aid Budget.

                               RESOLUTION 2006-24
                      RESOLUTION APPROVING THE 2007 BUDGET

To the Honorable Chairperson and Board of Supervisors of Calumet County Wisconsin:

WHEREAS, Your County Administrator, after review with the Finance and Audit Committee,
and having considered the amounts necessary to be levied, and examining the various
revenues and expenses for 2007, offer the following Resolution.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, By the Board of Supervisors of Calumet County
herein assembled, that the following 2007 Budget be approved.


                   ESTIMATED REVENUES
       *GENERAL FUND
       FINANCE DEPARTMENT                                             $2,229,904
       INFORMATION SERVICES                                               58,150
       CIRCUIT COURT                                                     240,760
       DISTRICT ATTORNEY                                                  43,101
       MEDICAL EXAMINER                                                    3,300
       CLERK                                                               9,700
       TREASURER                                                         276,100
       REGISTER OF DEEDS                                                 285,000
       HEALTH DEPARTMENT                                                 219,251
       VETERANS SERVICE                                                   11,500
       PLANNING DEPARTMENT                                               259,652
       PARKS                                                             558,960
       UNIVERSITY EXTENSION                                               19,900
       LAND CONSERVATION                                                 205,035
       REGISTER IN PROBATE                                                26,250
       FAMILY COURT COMMISSIONER                                             500
       MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT                                             39,350
       SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT                                              702,960
       EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT                                               75,345
                                                   FUND TOTAL          5,264,718

       HOME NURSING AND HOSPICE                                          875,653
       HUMAN SERVICES                                                 10,114,400
       HANDICAPPED SCHOOLS                                               647,886
       JAIL MAINTENANCE                                                   28,000
       LAND RECORDS                                                       66,800
       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LOANS                                        419,848
       H.O.M.E. LOAN PROGRAM                                             497,580
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COUNTY TRUNK HIGHWAYS                           765,496
CALUMET HOMESTEAD                             4,819,158
COUNTY HIGHWAY OPERATIONS                     4,894,036
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            210,000
DOG LICENSE                                      23,255
SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER TRUST                        900
LONG-TERM PROJECTS                            2,110,843
                          REVENUE TOTAL     $30,738,573


          ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
*GENERAL FUND
FINANCE DEPARTMENT                             $768,608
INFORMATION SERVICES                            846,027
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR                            329,328
CIRCUIT COURT                                   430,127
DISTRICT ATTORNEY                               214,304
MEDICAL EXAMINER                                 39,039
CLERK                                           549,925
TREASURER                                       174,093
CORPORATION COUNSEL                             219,348
PERSONNEL                                       344,441
REGISTER OF DEEDS                               163,060
HEALTH DEPARTMENT                               759,488
VETERANS SERVICE                                 80,120
PLANNING DEPARTMENT                             746,009
PARKS                                         1,053,899
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION                            266,874
LAND CONSERVATION                               314,637
REGISTER IN PROBATE                             142,577
FAMILY COURT COMMISSIONER                        57,023
MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT                          624,241
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT                          4,359,668
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT                            124,640
                               FUND TOTAL    12,607,476

HOME NURSING AND HOSPICE                        875,653
HUMAN SERVICES                               13,601,218
HANDICAPPED SCHOOLS                           1,641,970
LAND RECORDS                                    167,424
ECONONMIC DEVELOPMENT LOANS                     419,848
H.O.M.E. LOAN PROGRAM                           497,580
COUNTY TRUNK HIGHWAYS                         1,452,940
DEBT SERVICE                                    950,775
CALUMET HOMESTEAD                             5,441,673
COUNTY HIGHWAY OPERATIONS                     5,072,478
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            210,000
DOG LICENSE                                      23,255
SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER TRUST                      6,742
LONG-TERM PROJECTS                            2,110,843
                           EXPENSE TOTAL    $45,079,875


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                       PROVIDED BY
       TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                        $30,738,573
       FUNDS APPLIED-GENERAL FUND                                        (213,448)
       FUNDS APPLIED-HANDICAPPED SCHOOLS                                   (43,688)
       FUNDS APPLIED-JAIL MAINTENANCE                                      (28,000)
       FUNDS APPLIED-DEBT SERVICE                                               828
       FUNDS APPLIED-CALUMET HOMESTEAD                                   (177,485)
       FUNDS APPLIED-COUNTY HIGHWAY OPERATIONS                             178,442
       FUNDS APPLIED-SENIOR RESOURCE TRUST                                    5,842
       GENERAL TAX LEVY                                                 14,618,811
                                                                       $45,079,875


Dated this 30th day of October 2006.

                                          INTRODUCED BY THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR:
                                                  /s/ WILLIAM P. CRAIG, ADMINISTRATOR

                                                                    COUNTERSIGNED BY:
                                                 /s/ MERLIN GENTZ, COUNTY BOARD CHAIR

Supervisor Schwobe left the meeting at 4:00 P.M.

Moved by Supervisor Connors and seconded by Supervisor Sommers to postpone Resolution
2006-24 to the November 10, 2006 meeting. General discussion followed. On the call of the
ayes and nays to postpone, the following was the result: 20 votes cast: 20 ayes, 0 nays, 1
absent (Schwobe). Motion to postpone was adopted unanimously.

ADJOURNMENT:
Moved by Supervisor Connors and seconded by Supervisor Scholz to adjourn the meeting at
4:35 P.M. Motion carried unanimously.

STATE OF WISCONSIN           )
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COUNTY OF CALUMET            )

I, Beth A. Hauser, County Clerk, Calumet County, Wisconsin, do hereby certify that the
foregoing is a true and correct copy of the journal of proceedings of the Board of Supervisors at
its October meeting held on October 30, 2006.

                                                                               Beth A. Hauser,
                                                                          Calumet County Clerk




                     These Minutes HAVE BEEN APPROVED by the Calumet
                                 County Board of Supervisors.



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