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					                                       MINUTES
                                   TOWN OF SALEM
                         REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                             MONDAY, JUNE 9, 2008 7:00 P.M.


Acting Board Chairman Joe Meier called this Regular Meeting of the Town of Salem Board of Supervisors to order
at 7:00 p.m. with the following present:

CHAIRMAN:                                      Diann Tesar

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:                          Josephine Weidman, Joe Meier, Pat O’Connell, and Dennis Faber

ABSENT:                                        Chairman Diann Tesar is attending and giving the graduation speech
                                               at Trevor Grade School’s graduation and will arrive later in the
                                               meeting.

OTHERS:                                         Attorney Rich Scholze, Crysti Neuman, Chris Kaempfer, Brad
                                                Zautcke, Mike Murdock, Jack Rowland, Josh Cooper, Mike Slover,
                                                and Cindi Ernest.

GUESTS:                                         Kim Roper, Jennifer Arndt, Pauline Porter, Colin Hennessey, Alex
                                                Rogers, Representative Samantha Kerkman, David L. Vogt, Linda
                                                Valentine, Gail Peckler-Dziki, Brian O’Connor, Maxine Martinez,
                                                Ruth Donalds, Elizabeth Greene, Ray Thomas, Judy Thomas,
                                                Barbara Hanson, Gary Johnson, Kim Stewart, Al Rogers, Patrick
                                                Bleck, Bill Winker, Virginia Winker, Tom O’Brien, AB O’Brien,
                                                Ramla Pogachar, Nicole Bonds, Shar Rockow, Sheila Erickson,
                                                Jennie Gunderson, Teresa Schoff, Nestor Albor, Gloria Albor, Peter
                                                DeBree, Gary Baumgart, Debra Baumgart, Lauren Hanson, Jeanette
                                                Hanson, Brad Potter, Mike Langel, Bill Carey, Brian Lomaugh, John
                                                McLeran, Mike Grasser, Rose Sporcet, Rick Zanow, Tom Donat,
                                                Judy Grasser, Julie Braakman, Schuyler Braakman, Michelle
                                                Vogelsang, and Dave Smith.


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Chairman Tesar began the meeting, by leading all, in the Pledge of Allegiance.

OPEN MEETING COMPLIANCE CHECK
The agenda was posted by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, June 6, 2008 at the Town Hall Municipal Building, Salem Post Office,
Camp Lake Post Office, Wilmot Post Office, and the Trevor Post Office. It was also posted on the Town’s website.

MINUTES
MOTION BY Supervisor Weidman, second by Supervisor O’Connell to approve the minutes of a Regular
Board Meeting on 05/12/2008, Special Meetings on 05/06/2008, 05/12/2008, 05/20/2008, 05/22/2008, and
05/28/2008, as presented.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

TREASURER’S REPORT
Deputy Treasurer Neuman gave the treasurer’s report as follows:
MAY 2008 - CASH REPORT FOR THE GENERAL ACCOUNT - TOWN OF SALEM

MAY 1, 2008- Beginning Balance                                          $1,056,003.36

              RECEIPTS                         $220,508.46
             Transfer from UD O & M          $799,015.62


            DISBURSEMENTS                   $819,162.57
              Addt. Amt. April PR           $ 7,346.56
              Payroll                       $250,536.35

                     Total                  $1,077,045.48




MAY 31, 2008 - Ending Balance                                       $998,481.96
State Pool - General         $888,832.90
Gen. Checking                $ 109,649.06
                Totals      $998,481.96

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MAY CASH REPORT FOR THE TAX ACCOUNT - TOWN OF SALEM

MAY 1, 2008 Beginning Balance                                       $ 2,552,355.46
             RECEIPTS                             $4,827.63


              DISBURSEMENTS
             Transfer to Gen. Fund

MAY 31, 2008 - Ending Balance                                       $2,557,183.09
State Pool - Tax            $2,498,275.87
Tax Checking                 $ 58,907.22
                 Total      $2,557,183.09

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MAY 2008 - CASH REPORT FOR THE PARK ACCOUNT - TOWN OF SALEM

MAY 1, 2008 - Beginning Balance                                  $ 723,270.55

              RECEIPTS                        $ 9,488.06

             DISBURSEMENTS

MAY 31, 2008 - Ending Balance                                    $ 732,758.61


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MAY 2008 - CASH REPORT FOR THE MAINTENANCE ACCOUNT-SALEM

MAY 1, 2008 Beginning Balance                                 $ 32,685.61

             RECEIPTS                       $ 62.98

            DISBURSEMENTS
            Transfer to General Fund
MAY 31, 2008 Ending Balance                                    $ 32,748.59

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MAY 2008 - CASH REPORT FOR THE CAPITAL PROJECTS ACCOUNT - SALEM

MAY 1, 2008 Beginning Balance                                  $ 824,445.11

        RECEIPTS                       $ 1,588.62

        DISBURSEMENTS
        Transfer to General Fund

MAY 31, 2008 Ending Balance                              $ 826,033.73


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MAY 2008 - CASH REPORT FOR THE TRAILS ACCOUNT - SALEM

MAY1, 2008 Beginning Balance                             $ 220,620.93
       RECEIPTS                         $425.11

MAY 31, 2008 Ending Balance                              $ 221,046.04

MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor O’Connell to approve the Treasurer’s report as
presented.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

VOUCHERS TOWN OF SALEM:
Vouchers issued from May 13, 2008
through May 31, 2008                                         $593,209.26

Vouchers issued from June 1, 2008
Through June 9, 2008                                         $1,756,057.37

Payroll #10                                                      $89,104.98
Payroll #11                                                      $89,023.35


                                             Total          $2,527,394.96

Total Vouchers over $1,000 May 13 – June 9, 2008 $2,303,082.68

MOTION BY Supervisor O’Connell, second by Supervisor Faber to approve the payment of the vouchers as
presented.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

DEVELOPER BALANCES
There was nothing to report.

NEW TOWN BUSINESS
1.) Acting Chairman Meier introduced guests, invited by the town Representative Samantha Kerkman, State
Senator Robert Wirch, Jennifer Arndt, Dept. of Corrections, Representative Samantha Kerkman, Maxine
Martinez, Dept, of Corrections, Ruth Donalds, Dept. of Corrections, Barbara Hanson Dept. of Corrections,
and Kenosha County Detective Dave Smith.
This panel of guests was invited to answer questions which town residents may have as well as shedding light
on the type of supervision that offenders may have. There was discussion on the types of supervision,
interstate agreements, how offenders are tracked, what constitutes “family needs”, and the DOC Sex Offender
website. Residents with questions or concerns were urged to contact anyone at the DOC with their concerns.

Chairman Tesar arrived at 8:07 p.m.

No action was taken during this informative discussion.
2.) A request was made by the Rock Lake Highlands Kids to stop the “No Mute Swan Policy” in Kenosha
County. They are requesting a letter of support to place this as a referendum on the November ballot.
Senator Wirch stated he was able to get the DNR to back off on shooting the mute swans on private property,
but they do reserve the right to shoot them on DNR property.
Kim Roper gave a presentation relative to the request that the Town of Salem support their efforts in the form
of a letter to place a referendum on the shooting of the swans on the November ballot.
Supervisor O’Connell applauded Ms. Roper’s efforts to stop the shooting and by involving the kids is
teaching them a good civics lesson. He urged all of them to keep up the good lessons.
Ms. Roper thanked Representative Kerkman and Senator Wirch for their efforts and help on this issue.
Supervisor Faber congratulated her and stated that this is a spark that is needed.
Discussion of the letter followed.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Meier to have the Town of Salem send a letter stating
that the town ins not in favor of the killing of any swans, on any property.
Discussion.
MOTION AMENDED BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Meier to have the Town of Salem send a
letter stating that the town ins not in favor of the killing of any swans, hatched or un-hatched, on any property.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
3.) John Wallencamp, Kueny Architects, presented the final plans for the Salem Town Hall remodel, as well
as the costs. Clerk Ernest requested permission to go out for bid.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Weidman to proceed with the plans as presented.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
4.) A request from Debbie Baumgart, 26539 103rd Street, to establish a “Quiet Zone Corridor” along the
Town of Salem’s railroad crossings, was presented. Plagued by the train whistles and the noise at night, Ms.
Baumgart appealed to the board to establish a “quiet zone” similar to the one Antioch and its surrounding
communities has.
Discussion followed about the crossing near Cork not having a signal or crossing gate.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor O’Connell to follow up on “quiet zones”, to begin the
application process, and look into the crossing by the Cork factory.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
5.) A request from Toni Schaedel to have the Town place gravel at the entrance to Cross Lake Beach, 233rd
Ave. was presented by Kim Stewart, 23490 126th Street. This would be to keep it from running off into the
lake.
Highway Department Supervisor, Mike Murdock stated that it is a privately owned beach. It would
take approximately two (2) dump truck loads of gravel to remedy the problem.
When question about future maintenance by Supervisor O’Connell, Murdock stated that it would
need to be done once a year.
MOTION BY Supervisor O’Connell, second by Supervisor Faber to approve the placement of gravel at the
entrance to Cross Lake Beach on 233rd Ave. on a yearly basis.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
6.) Resolution No. 08-06-09, a resolution creating the position of Town Administrator for the Town of
Salem, Kenosha County Wisconsin was presented.
MOTION BY Supervisor O’Connell, second by Supervisor Weidman to approve Resolution No. 08-06-09.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
7.) Town Chairman Tesar explained that the Town will be contracting with McGrath Consulting for the
recruiting of an administrator and asked the board to authorize her to sign the contract and to begin the
process of the search for an administrator for the Town of Salem.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Weidman to approve the signing of the contract with
McGrath Consulting.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
8.) Resolution No. 08-06-09, a resolution authorizing the Town Chairman and Town Administrator of the Town of
Salem, with the assistance of such Town staff as may be necessary, pursuant to 66.0307, Wisconsin State Statutes, to
participate with the Town of Bristol in the preparation of a Cooperative Plan, under the guidance of the Town Board
and the Town Plan Commission was presented. The Town of Bristol has asked to form a cooperative agreement as
part of their process for part of the Town of Bristol to become a village.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Faber to adopt resolution No. 08-06-09B.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

OLD TOWN BUSINESS
1.) The board again addressed the flooding problems, on property owned by Nestor Albor, located at 25501 89th
Street and Shawn McCleran 25425 89th Street, Salem. The Board authorized our engineer to look into the costs of
fixing this problem. At the last board meeting, this was still being worked on and will be put on the June agenda.
 Our engineers have estimated the cost of fixing the problem at $92,000.
Chairman Tesar stated that the Town has so many water problems that the board doesn’t feel we can expend $92,000
on just one project. Possibly this could be addressed with a storm water utility.
2.) The proposal of a possible storm water utility was mentioned in previous meetings. Utility Administrator Zautcke
requested permission to continue with the study and then hold a workshop to educate the board and the public. There
would be a permitting process and would be put on the tax rolls.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor O’Connell to proceed with the storm water utility study and
set up the necessary workshops.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

PRESENTATIONS, PETITIONS, AND COMMUNICATIONS
1.) Citizens Comments: There were no citizen comments.

DEPARTMENT REPORTS, ACTIONS, AND EXPENDITURE REQUESTS

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
1.) A conditional use permit for the Ultimate Kid Fest 2008, located at the Kenosha County Fair Grounds,
Wilmot.
A special meeting was held by the Planning and Zoning prior to this meeting. They discussed the fees of
$200.00 special meeting and $300.00 conditional use to be paid by Thursday June 12,2008 prior to the
Kenosha County meeting.
The P & Z Commission’s recommendation was to grant The Ultimate Kid Fest and Scott Hornberger a
conditional use permit for July 11-13, 2008 provided proof of adequate safety measures, first aid, security,
and traffic control will be provided.
Commissioner Phillips seconds the motion. Motion carries. Vote 4-1. Commissioner Breunig votes Nay.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Weidman to approve contingent on the Town Planning
and Zoning's recommendations that Ultimate Kids Fest set up the following plans:
1. Security Plan
2. First Aid Plan
3. Traffic Plan
4. Emergency Plan
P & Z Administrator Zautcke and Clerk Ernest will work on a letter to the County with these concerns.
UNANIMOUS VOTE - AYE
MOTION CARRIED
 2.) A variance request for Pauline Porter, Tax parcel #66-4-120-214-0641, 10310 264th Ave. Sixty-five foot
street yard setback requirement of county trunk highway, thirty-seven is requested. Accessory buildings are to
be placed in side/rear yard, request is placement in the street yard.
The P & Z Commission made the following recommendation: Commissioner Artac moves to approve
stipulating the condition of demand to move the garage as close to the well head that is legally possible.
Commissioner Fakes seconds the motion. Motion carries 4-3 vote. Aye-Commissioners Fakes, Phillips,
Hughes and Artac. Nay-Commissioners Boening, Breunig and Arnold.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Faber to approve this variance request with the
conditions set forth by the P & Z Commission.
3.) A variance request for Gary and Christine Johnson, Tax parcel #67-4-120-303-0346, 11206 Fox River
Road. Sixty-five foot street yard setback requirement on county trunk highway, requesting forty-one point
two five feet. Accessory buildings not to exceed seventeen feet in height and not to exceed seven hundred
twenty square feet in area, requesting twenty-one feet in height and eight hundred seventy square feet in area.
Commissioner Boening moves to approve as requested. Commissioner Phillips seconds the motion. Motion
carries 6-1 vote. Commissioner Breunig – Nay.
MOTION BY Supervisor O’Connell, second by Supervisor Meier to approve Gary and Christine Johnson’s
variance request.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
 4.) Resolution No. 08-06-09D, a resolution regarding adoption of a comprehensive plan for the Town of
Salem, Kenosha County, Wisconsin was presented.
Commissioner Breunig moves to Adopt (#3) contracting with SEWRPC to compile and / or print the Town
of Salem local plan report; and. Provided the words “Section 1.” are removed and the words “THEREFORE
BE IT RESOLVED The Town of Salem, Kenosha County, Wisconsin shall satisfy its obligation to prepare a
comprehensive plan report pursuant to the provisions of Section 66.1001 of the Wisconsin Statutes by
contracting with SEWRPC to compile and/or print the Town of Salem local plan report.” Commissioner
Artac seconds the motion. All in favor. Motion carries.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Meier to approve Resolution No. 08-06-09D as
presented.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

FIRE AND RESCUE
1.) Nothing to report.

HIGHWAY
1.) A request for approval of the purchase of a used street sweeper was presented by Highway Department
Supervisor, Mike Murdock. He stated he would like permission to purchase a street sweeper. At the present time, we
pay the county to do it.
Discussion followed.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Faber to allow the purchase of a street sweeper at a cost not to
exceed $70,000.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
2.) There have been drainage issues in Timber Lane on 90th St. and 270th Ave. Highway Department
Supervisor Murdock stated that they were able to jet it and the water flowing, but with yesterday’s very
heavy rains, it’s not keeping up. This item doesn’t need to be acted on at this time.

PUBLIC SAFETY
1.) David L. Vogt, 11776 231ST Court, requested to have the speed limit lowered from 25 mph to 15 mph
and a handicap sign placed on 231st Court. It’s a narrow, short street and people “fly” down it. He has an
eight (8) year old daughter who is handicapped and is afraid to allow her outside. He presented a signed
petition from neighbors.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Weidman to reduce the speed limit to 15 mph and
place a handicap sign on 231st Court.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
2.) A request was made by Lin Morton, 26703 105th Street to place a stop sign on 104th Place and adopt
Resolution No. 08-06-09C. A resolution directing the procurement, erection, and maintenance of a stop sign
within the Town of Salem, Kenosha County Wisconsin.
MOTION BY Supervisor O’Connell, second by Supervisor Faber to approve Resolution No. 08-06-09C.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
3.) Supervisor Faber requested to have the speed limit on CTH AH between CTH SA and CTH B reduced.
He receives calls from residents regarding this. It is dangerous for vehicles pulling out onto the highway
and the traffic is very dangerous.
Public Safety officer Cooper stated that Silver Lake does govern a portion of this highway>
Discussion.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Faber to submit a letter to Kenosha County
recommending the lower speed.
Officer Cooper will place the radar trailer out for two (2) weeks on this highway and collect data to submit
with the letter.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

BUILDING AND ZONING
1.) Al Rogers, Trevor requested to raise the elevation on a single family home being built at 12001 257th Ave.
He stated that because of the slope of the land, he doesn’t feel it is in the best interests of the land to abide by
the town’s ordinance on this. Mr. Roger’s engineer presented a drawing to the board and stated they want to
bring the top of the foundation a foot higher than the town’s ordinance allows.
Discussion followed.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Meier to approve the variance in the elevation of the
foundation based on the recommendation of the town’s engineer, Len Roecker.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
2.) Clerk Ernest informed the board that bids had been received for the Moran raze as follows: Native
Construction – Kansasville $18,800, Fox Tucking & Excavating – Antioch $13,450, Barhyte – Salem
$29,900, Reesman’s Excavating – Burlington $27,803, and DK Contractors – Pleasant Prairie $35,600.
After reviewing the bids it is the recommendation of the building inspector that the bid be awarded to low
bidder Fox Trucking and Excavating of Antioch.
MOTION BY Supervisor Weidman, second by Supervisor O’Connell to award the bid to Fox Trucking and
Excavating.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

JUDICIAL
1.) Nothing to report.

PARK COMMISSION
1.) An easement agreement for Mike and Judy Grasser, 7640 Shorewood, for a holding tank was drafted by
Attorney Scholze.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Faber to approve the easement agreement.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
2.) A request for vacating of Town Park Property, tax parcel # 66-4-120-213-0435, to Thomas O’ Brien, tax
parcel # 66-4-120-213-0451, for the purpose of a lot line adjustment was again presented to the board.
Supervisor Faber read Chapter 236 of the State Statutes as follows:
236.43 Vacation or alteration of areas dedicated to the public.
Parts of a plat dedicated to and accepted by the public for public use may be vacated or altered as follows:
(1) The court may vacate streets, roads or other public ways on a plat if:
(a) The plat was recorded more than 40 years previous to the filing of the application for vacation or alteration; and
(b) During all that period the areas dedicated for streets, roads or other public ways were not improved as streets, roads or other
public ways; and
(c) Those areas are not necessary to reach other platted property;
and
(d) All the owners of all the land in the plat or part thereof sought to be vacated and the governing body of the city, village or
town in which the street, road or other public way is located have joined in the application for vacation.
(2) The court may vacate land platted as a public square upon the application of the municipality or town in which the dedicated
land is located if:
(a) The plat was recorded more than 40 years previous to the filing of the application for vacation or alteration; and
(b) The land was never in fact developed or utilized by the
municipality or town as a public square.
(3) The court may vacate land, in a city, village or town, platted as a public park or playground upon the application of the
local legislative body of such city, village or town where the land has never been developed or used by said city, village or town as
a public park or playground.
(4) When the plat is being vacated or altered in any 2nd, 3 rd or 4th class city or in any village or town which includes a street,
road, alley or public walkway, said street, road, alley or public walkway may be vacated or altered by the circuit court proceeding
under ss. 236.41 and 236.42 upon the following conditions:
(a) A resolution is passed by the governing body requesting such vacation or alteration.
(b) The owners of all frontage of the lots and lands abutting on the portion sought to be vacated or altered request in writing that
such action be taken.
Discussion followed.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Meier to proceed with filing the proper papers to the
court to make the lot line adjustment for the O’Briens.
ROLL CALL VOTE
SUPERVISORS Faber and Meier – AYE
SUPERVISORS Weidman, O’Connell and Chairman Tesar - NAY
MOTION FAILED
Supervisor Weidman reminder everyone that there will be a joint park and town board meeting on July 1,
2008 at 6:00 p.m.

UTILITY DISTRICT
1.) A request to authorize submission of a Municipal Application Request for a State Trust Fund Loan for the
purposes of financing 2007 Sanitary Sewer Extensions was presented by Utility Administrator Zautcke.
MOTION BY Supervisor Weidman, second by Supervisor Meier to retain Ehlers & Associates and to proceed
with the application process for the financing of the 2007 Sanitary Sewer Extensions.
ROLL CALL VOTE
SUPERVISORS Faber, Meier, Weidman, O’Connell and Chairman Tesar – AYE
UNANIMOUS VOTE
MOTION CARRIED
2.) Utility Administrator Zautcke requested permission to begin developing a permit process and application
for Utility Easements on Town Property.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Meier to proceed with developing the permit process
and applications for Utility Easements on Town Property.
UNANIMOUS VOTE - AYE
MOTION CARRIED
3.) Partial pay request # PR-1210702A-10 from Staab Construction, Corp for Sewage Lift Station
Improvements in the amount of $88,569.00 was presented.
MOTION BY Supervisor O’Connell, second by Supervisor Meier to approve partial pay request # PR-
1210702A-10 from Staab Construction, Corp for Sewage Lift Station Improvements in the amount of
$88,569.00
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
4.) Partial pay request # PR-1210702C-08 from Delta Electric, Inc., for Sewage Lift Station Improvements in
the amount of $15,200.00 was presented.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Weidman to approve partial pay request # PR-
1210702C-08 from Delta Electric, Inc., for Sewage Lift Station Improvements in the amount of $15,200.00.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
5.) Partial pay request # PR-1210703A-10 from Staab Construction, Corp for Waste Water Treatment Plant
Improvements in the amount of $102,238.00 was presented.
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Faber to approve partial pay request # PR-1210703A-
10 from Staab Construction, Corp for Waste Water Treatment Plant Improvements in the amount of
$102,238.00.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED
6.) Partial pay request # PR-1210703C-06 from Pieper Electric, Inc. for Waste Water Treatment Plant
Improvements in the amount of $25,463.58 was presented.
MOTION BY Supervisor Weidman, second by Supervisor Faber to approve partial pay request # PR-
1210703C-06 from Pieper Electric, Inc. for Waste Water Treatment Plant Improvements in the amount of
$25,463.58.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

CLERK’S REPORT
1.) Clerk Ernest reminded everyone of upcoming election tomorrow, June 10, 2008.
2.) After a public hearing held prior to this meeting and no comments for or against, Clerk Ernest requested
approval of Town of Salem Alcohol Licenses. This would be pending clear background checks, payment of
delinquent taxes, assessments, and all necessary fees, presented during the Public Hearing as follows:

NAME & ADDRESS                                          TRADE NAME & ADDRESS
OF APPLICANT                                            OF ESTABLISHMENT

Class A (beer only retail)

J.D.’s Citgo Mart                                        J.D.’s Citgo Mart
23618 124th Place                                        12617 Antioch Rd.
Trevor, WI 53179                                         Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Michael Gentile

HWY. 83 Gas Mart, Inc.                                           HWY. 83 Gas Mart, Inc.
24416 88th Street                                        2511 Antioch Road
Salem, WI 53168                                          Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Bakula Patel

Salem Citgo, Inc.                                        Salem Citgo
24416 88th St                                            246 Antioch Rd.
Salem, WI 53168                                          Salem, WI 53168
Agent: Bakula Patel

Class B (beer only consumption on premises)

Linda’s Wilmot Café                                        Linda’s Wilmot Cafe
28619 108th St.                                           11312 Fox River Rd.
Trevor, WI 53179                                           Wilmot, WI 53192
Agent: Linda L. Orvis

Class A and Class A (combination beer & intoxicating liquor retail)

Haltom & Associates, Inc.                                  Fox River Spirits
30620 114th St.                                           11333 Fox River Rd.
Wilmot, WI 53192                                           Wilmot, WI 53192
Agent: Tina Markarian

Edmond A. Rouka                                             Lucky Dog Liquor
740 288th Ave.                                              12033 Antioch Rd.
Burlington, WI 53105                                        Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Edmond A. Roucka

C & D Tess, Inc.                                          Tess’ Market
26627 75th St..                                           9610 Camp Lake Rd.
Salem, WI 53168                                           Camp Lake, WI 53109
Agent: Donna M. Tess

Class B and Class B (combination beer & intoxicating liquor consumption on premises)

Colony House, Inc.                                      Colony House
110 Katie Dr.                                           25811 119th Street
Silver Lake, WI 53170                                   Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Lisa Francart

Cross Lake Inn                                           Cross Lake Inn
23640 122nd St.                                          12425 Antioch Rd.
Trevor, WI 53179                                         Trevor , WI 53179
Agent: Karin A. Johnson

Hawg Heaven Bar, LLC                                    Hawg Heaven Bar
3395 116th St.                                          10306 Antioch Rd.
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158                              Salem, WI 53168
Agent: Michael Frost

Daybreak IV Fishing, LLC                                 Towne Square
9820 271st Ave.                                          11338 258th Ct.
Trevor, WI 53179                                         P.O. Box 1
Agent: Richard W. Cordvan                                Trevor, WI 53179

Foxy’s, Inc.                                              Foxy’s
11230 260th Ave.                                          11230 260th Ave.
Trevor, WI 53179                                          Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Steve Zaborowski

Su-Jim, Inc.                                             Kelly’s Pub
2811 280th Ave.                                          25827 Wilmot Rd.
Salem, WI 53168                                          Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Susan Wittnebel

Zandrowicz, LLC                                           Kickstand Bar and Grill
9624 Camp Lake Rd.                                       9622 Camp Lake Rd.
Camp Lake, WI 53109                                      Camp Lake, WI 53109
Agent: Kenneth Zandrowicz, Jr.

Lumpy’s Sports Bar of WI, Inc.                            Lumpy’s Sports Bar and Grill
6330 86th Avenue                                          9251 Antioch Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53142                                         Salem, WI 53168
Agent: Colin M. Hennessey

Scully’s, LLC                                            Scully’s Steak & Seafood
798 Manor Drive                                          9524 Camp Lake Rd.
Silver Lake, WI 53170                                    Camp Lake, WI 53109
Agent: Debra Scully

Mars Trading Post Inn, LLC                                Mars Trading Post Inn
P.O. Box 713                                              30602 114th Street
Silver Lake, WI 53170                                     Wilmot, WI 53192
Agent: Marlene M. Engstrom

Jonas, Jonas, & Jonas, Inc.                              Michael’s Pub
23409 127th Street                                       12417 Antioch Rd.
Trevor, WI 53179                         Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Michael C. Jonas, Sr.

Nonni’s Italian Bistro & Bar, Inc.       Nonni’s Italian Bistro & Bar
11602 242nd Ave.                         12015 Antioch Rd.
Trevor, WI 53179                         Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Johnette R. Feekes

Otto’s Hideaway Tavern                   Otto’s Hideaway Tavern
23601 84th St.                           23601 84th St.
Sale, WI 53168                           Salem, WI 53168
Agent: Theresa J. Otto

Ralph’s Ace of Hearts, Inc.              Ralph’s Ace of Hearts
11625 306th Ct.                          10720 Antioch Rd.
Wilmot, WI 53192                         Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Jeanette Young

Rob’s River Edge                         Rob’s River Edge
7603 Shorewood                           7603 Shorewood
Salem, WI 53168                          Salem, WI 53168
Agent: Robert Piper

P.D.W. Enterprises, Inc.                Roof & Bricks Tavern
6800 26th Ave.                          28624 Wilmot Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53143                       Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Marc Romero

Marybeth Morey                        75th Street Inn
26229 75th St.                        26229 75th St.
Salem, WI 53168                       Salem, WI 53168
Agent: Marybeth Morey

Route 83 Roadhouse, Inc.              Siebert’s Pub
601 60th St.                          8403 Antioch Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53140                     Salem, WI 53168
Agent: Stanley Ginkowski

Spring Valley Corp.                  Spring Valley Country Club
23913 Wilmot Rd.                     23913 Wilmot Rd.
Trevor, WI 53179                     Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Joyce Wagner

State Line Inn                       State Line Inn
20720 116th St.                      12725 Antioch Rd.
Bristol, WI 53104                    Trevor, WI 53179
Agent: Glen Rzysko

Twin Oaks Country Inn, LTD            Twin Oaks Country Inn
30807 114th St.                       30807 114th St.
Wilmot, WI 53192                      Wilmot, WI 53192
Agent: Richard Knox

Wilmot Stage Stop, Inc.              Wilmot Stage Stop
30634 111th St.                      30624 113th St.
Wilmot, WI 53192                     Wilmot, WI 53192
Agent: Nancy Hackett
MOTION BY Supervisor Meier, second by Supervisor Weidman to approve all alcohol licenses as listed.
UNANIMOUS VOTE - AYE
MOTION CARRIED
3.) Clerk Ernest requested approval of Operator’s License applications as follows, pending background check
clearance, completion of beverage server class, and payment of the necessary fees.

Ashley A. Denecke                 Laura Garver                  Patrick R. Maddox
Kendra Krol                       Randi Prudik                  Kimberly Schnell
Christopher Padulo                Ed Roucka                     Bruce Francart
Gary Naber                        Eugene Stevens                Karen Stevens
Kristin Haley                     Kay A. Bydalek                Carolyn Saucerman
Danielle A. Burdette              Kristin Holbek                Jimmy Joe Hombs
Deborah A. Miller                 Jennifer Llannas              Christine Krawczyk
Jeanine M. McCarthy               Jennifer E. Keiseler          Nicky S. Coats
Gayle Glassman

MOTION BY Supervisor O’Connell, second by Supervisor Faber to approve all operator licenses as listed.
UNANIMOUS VOTE - AYE
MOTION CARRIED
4.) Clerk Ernest requested approval of Picnic Licenses for Center Lake Woods Property Owner’s Association
for July 19, 2008, August 19, 2008, September 20, 2008, and October 18, 2008 at 9700 271st Ave. Trevor,
contingent on licensed Operator’s serving.
MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Weidman to approve all picnic licenses as listed.
UNANIMOUS VOTE - AYE
MOTION CARRIED
5.) Clerk Ernest requested approval of Mobile Home Park License applications in the Town of Salem,
pending payment of the necessary fees.

Carefree Estates                       Lakewood Estates
Parrish Properties, owner              George Gekas, owner

MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Weidman to approve the Mobile Home licenses.
UNANIMOUS VOTE - AYE
MOTION CARRIED

SUBSET REPORTS: REPORT AND ACTION TAKEN ON PREVIOUS SUBSET MEETINGS,
FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS, AND UPCOMING SCHEDULED MEETINGS.
1.) There will be a Hooker Lake meeting on June 17, 2008 at 7:00 p.m.

MOTION BY Supervisor Faber, second by Supervisor Weidman to adjourn this regular meeting.
UNANIMOUS VOTE – AYE
MOTION CARRIED

THIS MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 10:30 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,



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Cindi Ernest, Clerk

				
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