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					2008
                                                                INDEX
                                       Regular Session – February 19, 2008
Seal Letter February ................................................................................................ 6
Minutes .................................................................................................................. 7

Resolutions
      No. 33-2007 Relating to Contracting with Samuels Group and
         Potter Lawson........................................................................................12
      No. 01-2008 Relating to Authorize the Transfer of CDBG-RLF
         Administration to TREDC.........................................................................13

Ordinances
      No. 917-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester ......................31
      No. 918-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of the County of
         Green Lake, Chapter 192, Article IX .........................................................32


                                        Regular Session – March 18, 2008
Seal Letter March ...................................................................................................34
Minutes     ............................................................................................................35

Resolutions
      No. 02-2008 Relating to Requesting Governor and State Legislators
         Enact Legislation ....................................................................................41
      No. 03-2008 Relating to Green Lake County Establishing the Green
         Lake County Recreational Fund ...............................................................43
      No. 04—2008 Relating to Bicycle Lanes on County Roads (Tabled to April Mtg)
      No. 05-2008 Relating to Requesting the State of Wisconsin Department
         Of Corrections Increase Reimbursement Payments for State
         Probation and Parole Prisoners ................................................................44
      No. 06-2008 Relating to Increase of County Cremation Fees ..........................46
      No. 07-2008 Relating to Increased Compensation in Corporation
         Counsel Office........................................................................................47

Ordinances
      No. 919-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 812-04
         Non-Union Employee Handbook, Sick Leave .............................................48
      No. 920-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake.......................49
      No. 921-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake.......................50


                                   Organizational Meeting – April 15, 2008
Seal Letter April .....................................................................................................51
Minutes     ............................................................................................................52

Resolutions
      No. 04-2008 Relating to Bicycling Lanes on County Roads..............................63
      No. 08-2008 Relating to Recognition of Service to the
         Green Lake County Board .......................................................................65

Ordinances
      No. 922-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 811-04

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             Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual ................................................66
          No. 923-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester ......................67
          No. 924-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of the County
             Of Green Lake, Article W, Chapter 250 Zoning. .........................................67
          No. 925-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of the County
             Of Green Lake, Article XII, Chapter 338 Zoning.........................................69


                                          Regular Session – May 20, 2008
Seal Letter May .....................................................................................................70
Minutes     ............................................................................................................71

Resolutions
      No. 09-2008 Relating to Reclassification of Highway Union
         Cost Accounting Clerk II Position to a Non-Union Administrative
         Assistant Position ...................................................................................76
      No. 10-2008 Relating to the Creation of a Community Response Social
         Worker Position......................................................................................77

Ordinances
      No. 926-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 811-04
         Personnel Policy Manual..........................................................................78
      No. 927-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County
         Chapter 187 – Parks and Recreation ........................................................79


                                         Regular Session – June 17, 2008
Seal Letter June .....................................................................................................80
Minutes     ............................................................................................................81

Resolutions
      No. 11-2008 Relating to Appropriating Funds for Sesquicentennial
         Commemorative Keepsakes.....................................................................87
      No. 12-2008 Relating to the Cancellation of Outstanding Checks.....................88
      No. 13-2008 Relating to Amending Civil Process Fees ....................................89
      No. 14-2008 Relating to Amending Jail Related Fees......................................90
      No. 15-2008 Relating to Increasing of Project Size and Cost of
         County A Building Project........................................................................91

Ordinances
      No. 928-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake.......................93
      No. 929-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn...........................94
      No. 930-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn...........................95
      No. 931-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn...........................96
      No. 932-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn...........................97
      No. 933-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn...........................98
      No. 934-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Marquette ........................99
      No. 935-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake
         County, Chapter 350 ............................................................................100


                                       Regular Session – August 21, 2008
Seal Letter August ................................................................................................ 101
Minutes     .......................................................................................................... 102
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Resolutions:
      No. 16-2008 Relating to Authorizing Submission of Grant for
         Flood Victims ....................................................................................... 108
      No. 17-2008 Relating to Hire the PFM Group............................................... 110
      No. 18-2008 Relating to Amending Radio Tower Agreement......................... 111
      No. 19-2008 Relating to Creation of Mental Health Case Manager................. 112

Ordinances
      No. 936-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 811-04 Personnel
         Policy & Procedure Manual .................................................................... 113
      No. 937-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County.............. 115

                                      Special Session – September 2, 2008
Seal Letter September .......................................................................................... 116
Minutes     .......................................................................................................... 117

                                       Regular Session – September 16, 2008
Minutes        .......................................................................................................... 122

Resolutions
      No. 20-2008 Relating to Initial Resolution Authorization
         General Obligation Bonds...................................................................... 128
      No. 21-2008 Relating to CodeRed, Reverse 911 .......................................... 138
      No. 22-2008 Relating to Green Lake County Smoke Free Policy .................... 139
      No. 23-2008 Relating to Cemetery Plat – Town of Manchester...................... 140
      No. 24-2008 Relating to Farmland Preservation........................................... 141
      No. 25-2008 Relating to Farmland Preservation........................................... 143
      No. 26-2008 Relating to Support of Creation of a State and National
         Heritage Parkway Area Designation ....................................................... 145

Ordinances
      No. 938-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance #811-04
         Personnel Policies & Procedures Manuel ................................................. 147


                                       Regular Session – October 21, 2008
Seal Letter October .............................................................................................. 148
Minutes     .......................................................................................................... 149

Resolutions
      No. 27-2008 Relating to Funding for Wireless Emergency 911
         Surcharges .......................................................................................... 153

                                     Regular Session – November 12, 2008
Seal Letter November ...........................................................................................155
Minutes     .......................................................................................................... 156

Resolutions
      No. 28-2008 Relating to Borrowing Five Million Dollars from the
         State of Wisconsin State Trust Fund....................................................... 161
      No. 29-2008 Relating to 2009 Budget and 2008 Tax Levy ............................. 163



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Ordinances
      No. 939-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn......................... 164
      No. 940-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake
         County ................................................................................................ 165


                                     Regular Session – December 16, 2008
Seal Letter December ...........................................................................................168
Minutes     .......................................................................................................... 169

Resolutions
      No. 30-2008 Relating to Wireless Roll Call Voting ........................................ 174
      No. 31-2008 Relating to Setting a Goal of Achieving at Least
         25% Renewable, Domestically Produced Energy by 2025......................... 175

Ordinances
      No. 941-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester .................... 177
      No. 942-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake
         County, Article V (Sign Regulations)....................................................... 178
      No. 943-2008 Relating to Amending Chapter 260 Vehicles & Traffic .............. 182




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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the regular County Board meeting held on the
18th day of February, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
20th day of March, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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         GREEN LAKE COUNTY
           BOARD PROCEEDINGS

           REGULAR SESSION

           FEBRUARY 19, 2008

           The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular session, Tuesday, February 19,
           2008, at 6 PM in the County Board Room, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Chairman Helmer. Roll Called, 17 Supervisors present, 4 Absent
(Biesenthal, Dist.3, Thom, Dist. 16, Schubert, Dist. 17 and Guden, Dist. 21).


                                    Supervisor                   Supervisor Districts
                                    Orrin W. Helmer                   1
                                    Wallace Williams                  2
                                    Margaret Hollander                4
                                    Elden Dallman                     5
                                    Susan E. McConnell                6
                                    Howard Sell                       7
                                    Vern Ammentorp                    8
                                    Dennis Galatowitsch               9
                                    Richard Gorr                     10
                                    Carol Z Myers                    11
                                    Daniel Priske                    12
                                    Gus Mueller                      13
                                    Eugene Schroeder                 14
                                    John Brennan                     15
                                    Gene Thom                        16 (6:08 PM)
                                    Debra A. Schubert                17 (6:06 PM)
                                    Robert Krause                    18
                                    Michael R. Stoddard              19
                                    Joe Gonyo                        20
                                    Joanne Guden                     21 (6:06 PM)


The Clerk read the call.

                 NOTICE: GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS




                 The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the
                 City of Green Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday the 19th day of February, 2008 at 6:00
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     PM for the regular meeting of the Board. Regular monthly business to be transacted
     includes:
     CALL TO ORDER
     ROLL CALL
     READING OF THE CALL
     PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
     MINUTES
     ANNOUNCEMENTS
     PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 MIN LIMIT)
     CORRESPONDENCE
     APPEARANCES
     LONG RANGE PLAN DISCUSSION
            Discussion of Correspondence from Dan Priske to John Brennan dated
              January 15, 2008, regarding Green Lake County Building Facility Needs.
            Kurt Berner, Samuels Group, Answer Questions from the Supervisors
            Potter Lawson Rep. – Explanation of design development
     RESOLUTIONS:
     Relating to Contracting with the Samuels Group and Potter Lawson.
     Relating to Authorize the transfer of CDBG-RLF Administration to TREDC
     ORDINANCES:
     Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester - Schubert
     Relating to Amending Code of the County of Green Lake, Chapter 192, Peace &
     Good Order, Article IX Dangerous Weapons
     OUT OF STATE TRAVEL HHS
     REPORTS – Annual Departmental Reports 2007
     APPOINTMENTS: EDC Board
     COMMITTEE REPORTS: WinneFox Library Board, Little Green Lake Rehab Dist;
     Lake Puckaway Rehab Dist, Advocap
     COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN MARCH
     FUTURE ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION
     AND SUCH OTHER BUSINESS AS MAY PROPERLY COME BEFORE THE BOARD OF
     SUPERVISORS.
     The several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing
     or acting upon matters, which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County
     Board of Supervisors.
     Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green Lake,
     Wisconsin this 1st day of February, 2008.
     Margaret R. Bostelmann
     (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk


     PLEAGE OF ALLEGIANCE

1.    The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.


     MINUTES
2.    Minutes of December 21, 2007. Supervisor Brennan noted that numbers 7, 8 & 10
      have Resolution No. 36-07, should be Resolution No. 33-07. Motion/second
      (Brennan/Hollander) to approve the December 21, 2007 minutes as corrected. All
      Ayes. Motion carried.

     ANNOUNCEMENTS

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3.    The next County Board meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 at 6 PM.

4.    Motion/second (Sell/Ammentorp) to seat Supervisors Schubert and Guden. (6:06
      PM) All Ayes. 19 Supervisors present.

      PUBLIC COMMENTS

5.    Richard Mueller was impressed by Bill Devine presentation given to Property &
      Insurance Committee. Surprised Devine is not here tonight to give a presentation.
      Recommend that the Board vote down Resolution 33-07 tonight.

6.    Motion/second (Schubert/Ammentorp) to seat Supervisor Thom. (6:08 PM). All
      Ayes Motion carried. 20 Supervisors Present.

7.    Art Hartwig recommended the County not vote on a plan they can’t afford.
      Support letter from Priske to Brennan. If you approve Samuels group, you will lose
      control of the project. Follow Priske’s recommendation. Hire a Real Estate
      Attorney, architect and bid out 6 or more contractors.

      CORRESPONDENCE

8.    Letter from Matt Stohr resigning from WCA January 11, 2008 to work as Legislative
      Associate for Employee Trust Funds.

      APPEARANCES

      LONG RANGE PLAN DISCUSSION

9.    Correspondence from Dan Priske to John Brennan dated January 15, 2008 in
      Supervisors packet. Supervisor Galatowitsch given 8 minutes to address his
      concerns with the letter. Supervisors given 8 minutes for rebuttal.

10.   Kurt Berner, Samuels Group, answered questions submitted to P&I Committee from
      the board members.


11.   Potter Lawson Representative explained the design development phase of the
      project   which   defines   the     construction   elements.       Motion/second
      (Ammentorp/Priske) to allow Sheriff Podoll to speak to the board. Roll Call vote: 8
      Ayes (Ammentorp, Dallman, Gorr, Mueller, Priske, Schubert, Sell, Williams), 12
      Nays, 1 Absent. Motion defeated.


      RESOLUTIONS

17.   Resolution No. 33-2007 Relating to Contracting with Samuels Group and Potter
      Lawson. Motion/second (Myers/Guden) to take off the table Resolution No. 33-
      2007 and adopt. Discussion held. – Roll Call vote on motion to adopt – 12 Ayes, 8
      Nays (Ammentorp, Brennan, Dallman, Gorr, Priske, Schubert, Sell, Williams), 1
      Absent. Motion passed. Resolution No. 33-07 passed as adopted.

18.   Resolution No. 01-2008 Relating to Authorize the transfer of CDBG-RLF
      Administration to TREDC. Motion/second (Priske/Schubert) to adopt Resolution No.
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        01-2008. Discussion held. Roll Call vote on Motion to adopt – 20 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1
        Absent (Biesenthal). Motion passed. Resolution No. 01-2008 passed as adopted.

        ORDINANCES

19.     Ordinance No. 917-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester –
        Schubert. Motion/second (McConnell/Sell) to enact Ordinance No. 917-2008. Land
        Use Planning and Zoning Recommends approval. Roll Call vote on motion to enact
        – 20 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Biesenthal). Motion passed. Ordinance No. 917-
        2008 passed as enacted.


20.     Ordinance No. 918-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of the County of Green
        Lake, Chapter 192, Peace & Good Order, Article IX Dangerous Weapons.
        Motion/second (Schubert/Thom) to enact Ordinance No. 918-2008. Discussion
        held. Roll Call vote on motion to enact – 20 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Biesenthal).
        Motion passed. Ordinance No. 918-2008 passed as enacted.

        OUT OF STATE TRAVEL

21.     Out of State training request for Linda Richards, Clinical Coordinator to attend the
        Advanced Skill Building Workshop with Colin Ross, MD to be held April 11, 2008 in
        Chicago Illinois. Total cost $370.59. Motion/second (Galatowitsch/Stoddard) to
        approve the out of state training for Linda Richards on April 11, 2008 per County
        policy. All Ayes. Motion carried.

22.     Motion/second (Myers/Krause) to recess for 5 minutes. All Ayes. Motion carried.
23.     Meeting resumed 7:45 PM 20 Supervisors present.

        REPORTS

24.      2007 Departmental Annual Reports.

      01-2007 District Attorney’s Office
      02-2007 Information Technology Department
      03-2007 Corporation Counsel
      04-2007 County Treasurer
      05-2007 Land Use Planning & Zoning Department
      06-2007 Clerk of Circuit Court
      07-2007 Human Resources Department
      08-2007 Register of Deeds
      09-2007 County Clerk
      10-2007 Assistant Corporation Counsel
      11-2007 County Board Supervisor’s Per Diem
      12-2007 Probate Court
      13-2007 Emergency Management
      14-2007 Child Support
      15-2007 Veterans Service Office

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                16-2007 Land Conservation
                17-2007 Highway Department
                18-2007 Coroner’s Office
                19-2007 Sheriff’s Department
                20-2007 Health & Human Services Department
                21-2007 Maintenance Department
                22-2007 Ag, Extension & Fair Department
       Motion/second (Stoddard/Ammentorp) to accept and file the 2007 Departmental Annual
Reports. All Ayes. Motion carried.
                  COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

          25.     Chairman Helmer, with the Boards approval, would like to appoint Scott Sommers
                  to the Economic Development Corporation for a three year term. Motion/second
                  (Priske/Guden)) to approve the appointment of Scott Sommers to the Economic
                  Development Corporation. All Ayes. Motion carried.

                 COMMITTEE REPORTS

          26.     Supervisor Brennan reported on the Winnefox Library Board.
          27.     Supervisor Stoddard reported on the activities of the Little Green Lake Rehab. Dist.
          28.     Supervisor Sell reported on the activities of the Lake Puckaway Rehab. Dist.
          29.     Supervisor Mueller will report on the activities of Advocap at the March County
                  Board meeting.

                 COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN MARCH

          30.       Chairman Helmer announced that the Committees to report in March will be:
                  Advocap, Ag and Extension: Ag Agent, Family Resource Agent, and Youth Agent.

                 FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

          31.      None.

                 SUCH OTHER BUSINESS AS MAY PROPERLY COME BEFORE THE BOARD OF
                 SUPERVISORS

          32.     None.

                 ADJOURN

          33.      Motion/second (Stoddard/Schubert) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

          34.     Meeting adjourned at 8:15 PM.
                 Respectfully Submitted,

                 Sue Wendt
                 Assistant Clerk

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                                          Resolution No. 01-2008
RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE TRANSFER OF GREEN LAKE COUNTY COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT – BUSINESS REVOLVING LOAN FUND (CDBG-RLF)
ADMINISTRATION TO THE TRI-COUNTY REGIONIAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
(TREDC)
The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its regular
meeting begun on the 19th day of February, 2008, does resolve as follows:

         WHEREAS, Green Lake County Economic Development Corporation along with the Economic
Development Corporations of Marquette and Waushara Counties developed a regional initiative, TREDC to
provide professional economic development services and to consolidate resources to provide better and more
efficient business assistance services in the region; and

         WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Economic Development Corporation has reviewed the advantages
of participation, which are summarized on (Attachment A); and

       WHEREAS, The three county’s Economic Development Corporations adopted a joint Revolving Loan
Fund Program Manual in August, 2006, (Attachment B)

       WHEREAS, The State of Wisconsin Department of Commerce has encouraged regional collaboration
with CDBG-RLF programs; and

        WHEREAS, it is prudent to provide local businesses access to as much funding as possible for the
creation for new jobs and the opportunity for expansion; and

        WHEREAS, the combining of the three counties RLF administration will provide more efficiencies along
with a better cash flow; and

        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Green Lake County hereby transfers the current funds,
loans, and administration existing in its state-funded CDBG-RLF portfolio to the Tri-County Regional Economic
Development Corporation.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that such transfer take place as soon as all three counties have passed
consolidation resolutions and all administrative procedures are in place to do so; and

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County Board Chair be authorized to sign and execute all
necessary documentation to complete said transfer on behalf of Green Lake County.

Resolution No. 01-07                                  Submitted by Finance Committee

Aye 20, Nay 0 , Absent 1 , Abstain 0
                                                      /s/ Dan Priske
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 19th day               Dan Priske, Chairman
of February, 2008
                                                      /s/ John Brennan
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                   John Brennan, Vice-Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                            /s/ Debra Schubert
Attest: County Clerk                                  Debra Schubert
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                      /s/ Vern Ammentorp
Corporation Counsel                                   Vern Ammentorp

                                                      Orville Biesenthal

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                                             Attachment A
                             RLF Consolidation County Resolution No. ____

                          Tri-County Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) Consolidation

The Tri-County Regional Economic Development Corporation’s (TREDC} Financial Resource
Committee met with the Wisconsin Department of Commerce RLF Administrator and the TREDC
Executive Director on April 11, 2007. The committee recommended the consolidation of the three
individual County revolving loan funds. They concluded that this likely would be the next logical step
following the standardized procedure manual for all three counties. The other positives are:

        Single administration, single reporting vs, three counties administering smaller loan
        portfolios.
        Better cash flow – consolidated RLF would bring together approximately $1,060,000 in
        managed assets with monthly loan payments of $13,000.
        One Tri-County loan review committee to make loan decisions.
        Encouraged by the Department of Commerce to do this.
        Better position us for discussions/debate on larger regional RLFs which is being piloted by
        Commerce.

The process will not be much different than what we currently use and we will follow the same rules
and procedures adopted by the three counties. (Exhibit B)

RLF Administration: The Tri-County Regional Economic Development Corporation (RLF
Administrator) will assume all RLF administration responsibilities. Quarterly reports will be presented
to the three County EDCs.

Loan Review Committee: 7 members 2 each appointed by each County EDC and one at large
appointed by the TREDC. Members shall consist of individuals representative of broad Community
interests, and having special expertise and knowledge of commercial lending and economic
development processes. Expertise on the Committee optimally may include representation from the
governing body, the planning commission/, the local development corporation, the local chamber of
commerce, the local banking community, a business law attorney, and the TREDC Executive Director
(ex-officio). The terms will be for 3 years but initially will be staggered 2-1yr, 2-2yr, and 3-3yr.

Application Submittal: Applications are to be submitted to the TREDC Executive Director, who
will check for completeness and at the time the application is submitted to the loan committee the
administrator will notify the three County EDCs with a brief summary of the project and if any
members have questions or concerns they may notify their representative on the loan committee or
the administrator.

Loan Closing: We will continue to utilize the particular County Corporation Counsel or Designee
along with local designated banks to prepare all loan agreements, review all promissory notes and
mortgage or lien instruments, and provide counsel on default matters.

The RLF Administrator shall be responsible for the maintenance of all other records for the Tri-
County RLF.
If the business is experiencing problems, the RLF Administrator is to work with the loan recipient to
identify actions that are needed to correct the identified deficiencies, including possible restructuring of
the loan to protect the County’s interest and meet the needs of the business. If appropriate, the
Administrator will arrange for business assistance, including services available through the University of
Wisconsin-Extension, Small Business Development Center (SBDC), the Service Corp. of Retired
Executives (SCORE), and other entities having an interest in serving the needs of businesses.

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In the event the findings of the loan review suggest serious problems, particularly if the loan is at
risk for default, the account should be turned over to the County Corporation Counsel for legal
action in order to initiate steps necessary to protect the loan and to insure the maximum repayment
of the balance due. Again, corrective actions may be achieved through restructuring or if necessary,
foreclosure actions.

Loan Caps: RLF loans will be capped at $150,000 and this will be reflected in the procedure
manual and can only be changed by the agreement of all three individual EDCs.

Prioritizing Loans: Loans will continue to be prioritized as stated in the procedures manual.
(Attachment B Sec 5.3)

Dissolution Process:
There is a procedure for dissolving the fund and returning funds. A two thirds vote by any of the
three County Boards representing the CDBG funded RLFs can vote to dissolve the consolidated fund.
All cash on hand and future revenues will be proportionally reallocated to the counties of origin
based on a pro-rata share of original contributions.




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                 Attachment B
       RLF Consolidation County Resolution No. ___

   GREEN LAKE, MARQUETTE, AND WAUSHARA COUNITES

          REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM MANUAL




               Prepared & Adopted by the:

GREEN LAKE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
MARQUETTE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
WAUSHARA COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

                      August, 2006



                    Reviewed by the:

           Wisconsin Department of Commerce
              201 West Washington Avenue
                     P. O. Box 7970
               Madison, Wisconsin 53707
                     608/266-1018




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                                                TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD ................................................................................................................... 1

SECTION 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ................................................................................. 2
   1.1 PURPOSE ............................................................................................................ 2
   1.2 OBJECTIVES ........................................................................................................ 2
   1,3 AMENDMENTS ..................................................................................................... 2

SECTION 2. ADMINISTRATION ........................................................................................ 2
   2.1 LOAN REVIEW BOARD.......................................................................................... 2
   2.2 MEETINGS........................................................................................................... 3
   2.3 RECORDS............................................................................................................ 4
   2.4 ADMINISTRATION ............................................................................................... 5

SECTION 3. ELIGIBILITY CONSIDERATIONS..................................................................... 5
   3.1 ELIGIBLE AREA.................................................................................................... 5
   3.2 ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS ......................................................................................... 6
   3.3 ELIGIBLE ACTIVITES............................................................................................ 6
   3.4 INELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES ....................................................................................... 6
   3.5 INELIGIBLE BUSINESS ......................................................................................... 6
   3.6 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................... 6

SECTION 4. TERMS AND CONDITIONS............................................................................. 7
   4.1 TERMS and CONDITIONS ..................................................................................... 7

SECTION 5. APPLICATION PROCEDURES.......................................................................... 8
   5.1 DISCUSSION of REQUIREMENTS........................................................................... 8
   5.2 TIMING ............................................................................................................... 8
   5.3 PRIORITY............................................................................................................ 8
   5.4 LOAN APPLICATION ............................................................................................. 8
   5.5 REVIEW PROCESS................................................................................................ 9

SECTION 6. DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS .......................................................................... 10
   6.1 LOAN PROCEDURES ........................................................................................... 10

SECTION 7. POST APPROVAL REQUIREMENTS................................................................ 11
   7.1 OBLIGATION of LOAN RECIPIENT ....................................................................... 11

SECTION 8. PERFORMANCE MONITORING ..................................................................... 12
   8.1 PRIVATE LEVERAGE COMMITMENTS ................................................................... 12
   8.2 HIRING of NEW EMPLOYEES............................................................................... 12
   8.3 DEFAULTS......................................................................................................... 12

SECTION 9. USE OF LOAN REPAYMENTS AND REPORTING .............................................. 12
   9.1 RLF PROGRAM................................................................................................... 12

SECTION 10. LOAN SERVICING ..................................................................................... 12
   10.1 MONITORING .................................................................................................. 12
   10.2 RECORDKEEPING ............................................................................................. 13




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                                           FOREWORD

The Wisconsin Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, administered by the
Wisconsin Department of Commerce, provides local government with funds to use for economic
development, more specifically, for business start-ups and expansion. These funds, received from
the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, are used to provide grants to local units
of government that use the funds to loan to a business. The business, in return for use of the
public funds, provides private investment towards the assisted activity and most importantly creates
job opportunities, principally for the benefit of low and moderate persons.

When a business repays the community the loan (principal and interest payments), these funds are
used to capitalize a local revolving loan fund (RLF). With the RLF, the community can make
additional loans to businesses wishing to expand or locate in the community. These loans typically
are smaller loans ($5,000-$50,000). When successfully administered, the community's revolving
loan fund can expand the amount in its RLF to an amount in excess of the original amount it was
able to retain. This happens when the community exercises due diligence by performing a thorough
credit analysis to determine business viability and adequately securing and servicing the loan. In
administering a RLF, a Community becomes a "bank" and accepts all of the responsibilities of a
commercial lender when it makes a CDBG or RLF loan to a business.

Green Lake, Marquette, and Waushara County; Economic Development Corporations have created a
Tri-County Regional Economic Development Corporation (TREDC) to represent economic
development interests for the entire region. The TREDC executive director will assist the individual
County RLF Administrators with various components of the administration of this program. Each
County is able to appoint or contract for the administration of this program.

For more information please contact:

Tri-County Regional Economic Development Corporation

                                  Bill Wheeler, Executive Director
                                           920-382-0963
                                        bwheeler@TREDC.org

                                                 Or

                                County RLF Program Administrators

Green Lake
                                 Marge Bostelmann, County Clerk
                                         920-294-4005
                                mbostelmann@co.green-lake.wi.us

Marquette
                              Brent Miller, Administrative Coordinator
                                            608-297-9136
                                   bmiller@co.marquette.wi.us


Waushara
                                       Debra Behringer
                                        920-787-0431
                              DEB.COURTHOUSE@co.waushara.wi.us
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                                SECTION 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1   PURPOSE

      The purpose of the policies and procedures contained within this manual, hereafter referred to as the
      Tri- County Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund Manual, is to present the criteria, which
      govern the economic development activities, assisted with funds made available through the County’s
      Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) program.

1.2   OBJECTIVES

      Economic development activities assisted with funds made available through the RLF Program are
      intended to meet the following objectives:

      (1)     To encourage the creation and retention of permanent jobs, which provide a living wage,
              appropriate to the skills and experience of the local labor force and that is competitive. A
              minimum of 51 percent of the jobs created shall be made available to low and moderate-
              income persons.

      (2)     To encourage the leveraging of new private investment into the three counties in the form of
              fixed asset investment, particularly in land and buildings.

      (3)     To perpetuate a positive and proactive business climate which encourages the retention and
              expansion of existing businesses and helps to attract desirable new businesses.

      (4)     To implement the Economic Development Corporations Plans goals and objectives.

      (5)     To maintain and promote a diverse mix of employment opportunities and to minimize
              seasonal or cyclical employment fluctuations.

      (6)     To encourage the development and use of modern technology and create safe work
              environments.

1.4   AMENDMENTS and MODIFICATIONS

      The Counties may from time to time amend the provisions imposed by the policies and procedures
      contained within the RLF manual and such amendments are subject to prior written approval by the
      Wisconsin Department of Commerce, administrator of the Wisconsin Community Development Block
      Grant Program (CDBG) that provides the funds used to capitalize the RLF.

                                   SECTION 2. ADMINISTRATION

2.1   LOAN REVIEW BOARD

      (1)     The County EDC’s shall establish formal Loan Review Committees which shall consist of
              individuals representative of broad Community interests, and having special expertise and
              knowledge of commercial lending and economic development processes. Expertise on the
              Committee optimally shall include representation from the governing body, the planning
              commission, the local development corporation, the local chamber of commerce, the local
              banking community, a business law attorney, and the RLF administrator appointed by the
              community.

      (2)     The Loan Review Committee shall have the authority to review, select and recommend loan
              applications to the governing body for final approval. The Committee shall also have the
              authority to make policy recommendations for the administration of the program. Periodic
              activity reports prepared by the RLF Administrator shall be provided to members of the
              County’s governing body.
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      (3)     The RLF Administrator, (or appointee) shall explain the Program to prospective applicants,
              provide written information, assist applicants in completing applications, and process requests
              for financing. The Administrator where necessary and appropriate, shall counsel or guide loan
              applicants to other more appropriate technical and financial resources when the loan applicant
              has needs beyond those available from the RLF program.

      (4)     The Administrator shall periodically review all financial statements and loan amortization
              schedules of RLF loan recipients, review and approve documentation of business expenditures
              financed with RLF proceeds, record RLF security instruments, maintain the RLF accounting
              records which shall be segregated from other community accounts, and report annually to the
              Department of Commerce regarding the use of the RLF funds.

      (5)     The County Corporation Counsel or Designee shall prepare all loan agreements, review all
              promissory notes and mortgage or lien instruments, and counsel the County on default
              matters.

      (6)     The RLF Administrator shall be responsible for the maintenance of all other records for the
              local RLF, particularly those related to the expenditures of the RLF monies for program
              administration purposes.

2.2   MEETINGS

      Loan review meetings shall be held on an as-needed basis. Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin
      Statutes, all Committee members shall be given prior notice of each meeting. A majority of the
      Committee in attendance at a meeting constituting a quorum shall be required for official Committee
      action. Official actions must have the support of the majority of the total Committee.


2.3   RECORDS

      Written records of all program activities, including program meetings, loan applications, and related
      documents, shall be maintained in appropriate files. All files should be maintained in a secure place
      with limited access by authorized personnel. The County’s legal counsel shall be consulted in regard
      to compliance with state and municipal open records laws.

      The following files shall be established and maintained for each loan recipient:

      (1)     Loan Application File: All application, business financial statements, personal financial
              statements, credit reports, business plan documents, and other supporting loan information
              submitted to the RLF Administrator, including all applicable correspondence, shall be placed in
              a permanent file.

      (2)     Loan Recommendation File: This file should contain a summary of the analysis, recommended
              actions for the application, and a copy of the minutes for the Loan Review Committee meeting
              summarizing the action taken on the loan request.

      (3)     Loan Closing File: This file contains copies of all loan-closing documents. This file contains all
              the legal documents from the loan closing, including security instruments, the note and other
              applicable correspondence and shall be placed in a locked, fireproof safe. The Community's
              attorney should be involved in helping create and complete this file to insure complete loan
              documentation. Copies of the loan closing documents and an amortization schedule will be
              provided to the loan recipient, along with an invoice, if applicable, for loan closing and
              servicing fees.

      (4)     "Tickler File" System: A tickler file system should be established and maintained to ensure that
              loan repayments, financial information, the loan agreement, UCC updates, and other time
              sensitive documentation requirements are tracked and obtained as required. The system
              should include the following monthly coded index files:
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          1)       Expiration dates for property, casualty and life insurance policies;

          2)       Due dates for all financial statements;

          3)       Expiration dates for UCC financing statements, the reminder to update being at least
                   45 days prior to the expiration of the UCC filing on hand;

          4)       Scheduled dates of annual loan performance and covenant reviews;

          5)       Dates for site visits;

          6)       Due dates for property tax payments and dates by which the community expects to
                   hear from the borrower regarding confirmation of payment of taxes;

          7)       Review dates for job monitoring; and

          8)       Dates on which loan recipients will be notified of scheduled changes in the loan
                   amortization scheduled per loan agreements.

(5)       Financial Statement File: This file should contain the business' periodic financial statements as
          required by the loan covenants with a statement indicating that the RLF administrator
          reviewed the data.

(6)       Progress Report File: Loan recipients should be required to submit periodic progress reports
          during the outstanding term of the loan. The Community should make periodic site visits to
          verify information in the progress report and financial statements. These site visits should be
          documented for the file.

(7)        Site Visit File. Site visits should be conducted periodically to each loan recipient, the
           scheduling of which depends on the nature of the project. A summary of the site visits
           should be placed in the file, particularly highlighting any information that can help in rating
           the overall condition/risk of the loan.

 (8)       Repayment Monitoring File: This file should include the loan amortization schedule, status of
           payments, and the outstanding balance of the loan. Observations suggesting concerns or
           problems should be reported to the RLF Committee and notations shall be placed in the
           tickler file to remind the administrator of the need to provide continued monitoring. If
           payments are made to an office (i.e. controller's or clerk's), there needs to be in the file
           receipts of payments and there needs to be a system in place to insure the timely notification
           of payments to the RLF administrator.

           The RLF Administrator will notify the loan recipient in writing of the deficiency and the action
           that will be taken should the payment not be made. Should there be a late payment, the RLF
           Administrator will contact the loan recipient to determine the reason for the delayed
           payment. Contact may need to be made with other participating lender(s) to determine if
           their loans are current and to alert the lender of a potential problem. All payments shall be
           applied first to accrued late payment penalties, then to interest accrued and then to principal.

      (9) Loan Review File: All loans are to be reviewed on an annual basis, and at such other times as
          may be deemed necessary by the RLF Administrator. The review should follow receipt of the
          fiscal year-end financial statements, the year-end progress reports, and site visits. A report
          on the loan review shall be in the file and address the following: timeliness of monthly
          payments; condition of collateral securing the loan and status of security documents (i.e.
          mortgages, UCC filings); overall financial condition of the business; the presence of material
          liens or lawsuits; and violations of loan covenants and suggested corrective actions.

                                            If the business is experiencing problems with any of the above
                                            criteria, the RLF Administrator is to work with the loan recipient to
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                                           identify actions that are needed to correct the identified
                                           deficiencies, including possible restructuring of the loan to protect
                                           the County’s interest and meet the needs of the business. If
                                           appropriate, the Administrator will arrange for business assistance,
                                           including services available through the University of Wisconsin-
                                           Extension, Small Business Development Center (SBDC), the Service
                                           Corp of Retired Executives (SCORE), and other entities having an
                                           interest in serving the needs of businesses.

              In the event the findings of the loan review suggest serious problems, particularly if the loan
              is at risk for default, the account should be turned over to the County Corporation Counsel for
              legal action in order to initiate steps necessary to protect the loan and to insure the maximum
              repayment of the balance due. Again, corrective actions may be achieved through
              restructuring or if necessary, foreclosure actions.

2.4   ADMINISTRATION

              Reasonable administrative funds may be withdrawn from the RLF to cover personnel costs
              and other administrative expenses. Local funds may be used in situations when loan
              repayments are insufficient to cover administrative costs. Administrative expenses of up to
              fifteen (15) percent of program income may be used for direct loan administrative costs. In
              addition to paying costs for a RLF administrator, these funds may be used for the following:

              (a)     Legal costs.

              (b)     Consulting fees for credit analysis, business plan reviews and technical assistance.

              (c)     Office supplies, copying, typing, mailing, and related.

              (d)     Training costs.

              To generate additional revenue to cover administrative costs, if necessary, the County may
              also establish loan origination fees, closing fees, servicing fees, and other fees to cover
              charges directly related to either processing an application or servicing a loan. All fees
              collected go to the RLF. The accounting of the fee revenue placed in the RLF should include
              separate line items to track administrative expenses recovered.

                           SECTION 3. ELIGIBILITY CONSIDERATIONS

3.1   ELIGIBLE AREA

      The area served by the RLF program shall generally be within the corporate limits of the County .

3.2   ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS

      (1)     Applications may be submitted by the sole proprietor or Chief Executive Officer of any
              business wishing to establish a new operation or expand an existing operation in the County.

      (2)     No member of the governing body, loan review board, or any other official, employee, or
              agent of the County who exercises decision-making functions or responsibilities in connection
              with the implementation of this program is eligible for financial assistance under this program.

      (3)     No program loans will be made which are in conflict with Section 946.13 of the Wisconsin
              Statutes (Private Interest in Public Contract Prohibited).

      (4)     Applicants shall not be disqualified based on age, race, religion, color, handicap, sex, physical
              condition, development disability as defined in s. 51.01(5), sexual orientation or national
              origin.
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3.3   ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES

      Program loans shall be available to eligible applicants for the following activities:

      (1)     The acquisition of land, buildings, and fixed equipment.

      (2)     Site preparation and the construction or reconstruction of buildings or the installation of fixed
              equipment.

      (3)     Clearance, demolition, or the removal of structures or the rehabilitation of buildings and other
              such improvements.

      (4)     The payment of assessments for sewer, water, street, and other public utilities if the provision
              of the facilities will directly create or retain jobs.

      (5)     Working capital (inventory and direct labor costs only).

3.4   INELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES

      Program loans shall not be available for the following activities:

      (1)     Refinancing or consolidating of existing debt.

      (2)     Reimbursement for expenditures prior to loan approval.

      (3)     Specialized equipment that is not essential to the business operation.

      (4)     Residential building construction or reconstruction (unless such reconstruction is intended to
              convert the building to a business or industrial operation).

      (5)     Routine maintenance.

      (6)     Professional services such as feasibility and marketing studies, accounting, management
              services, and other similar services. Legal services incurred in the closing of a RLF loan are
              eligible.

      (7)     Other activities that the Loan Review Committee may identify during the administration of the
              program.

3.5   INELIGIBLE BUSINESSES

      Program loans shall not be available for the following businesses:

      (1)     Speculative investment companies.

      (2)     Real estate investment companies.

      (3)     Lending institutions.

      (4)     Gambling operations.

      (5)     Non-public recreation facilities.

      (6)     Other businesses not serving the interests of the Community.

3.6   MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

      To be eligible for funding, a proposed project must meet all of the following minimum requirements:
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      (1)    Private Funds Leveraged. The applicant must leverage a minimum of one dollar ($1.00) of
             private funds for every one dollar ($1.00) of loan funds requested. Higher leverage may be
             required at the discretion of the Loan Review Committee.

      (2)    Cost Per Job Created/Retained At least one (1) full-time permanent position or full-time
             equivalent must be created or retained for every $20,000 of program funds requested. The
             Committee may require lower job cost where warranted, (i.e. taking into consideration type of
             jobs, hourly wage, etc.) Retention projects must contain significant investment in plant or
             equipment upgrades or documentation demonstrating a possible loss of jobs.

      (3)    Financial Feasibility and Business Viability. The applicant must demonstrate that the proposed
             project is viable and the business will have the economic ability to repay the funds.


      (4)    Low and Moderate Income (LMI) Benefits. The project shall provide increased permanent
             employment or will retain existing jobs, which would have been lost locally. Of the jobs
             created or retained by the project, at least 51 percent of these jobs must be made available
             to low to moderate income persons, (as defined by household incomes published by the U.S.
             Housing and Urban Development and available through the Wisconsin Department of
             Commerce).

      (5)    Compliance with Applicable Laws. Applicants shall comply with all applicable local, state, and
             federal laws and codes.

      (6)    Project Completion. Projects shall be completed within 36 months from the date of the loan
             approval. Applicants shall provide the Community a project implementation schedule not
             exceeding 36 months for project completion and job creation, and maintain the positions
             created for 36 months.

                                SECTION 4. TERMS AND CONDITIONS

4.1   TERMS AND CONDITIONS

      Loan terms and conditions shall be structured on need and ability to repay. Minimum standards shall
      include the following:

      (1)    Loan Amount. Loan amounts are subject to the availability of program funds.

      (2)    Interest Rate. The interest rate shall be established by the Loan Review Committee.

      (3)    Terms for Loans.

             (a)     Working capital loans shall have a maximum term of seven years.

             (b)     Loans for machinery, equipment and fixtures shall have a maximum term of ten
                     years.

             (c)     Real estate loans shall have a maximum term of 12 years which can be amortized on
                     a 20-yr basis with the option of refinancing for an additional 8 years.

             (d)     In any case, the loan shall not have a term longer than the terms of the other private
                     financing in the project.

      (4)    Period of Payment. Terms may include longer amortization schedules with balloon payments.
             Amortization schedules shall be set up for monthly payments.

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      (5)      Repayment. Payment of interest and/or principal may be deferred during the implementation
               period of the assisted activity if merited in the loan application. Interest shall accrue during
               the deferment period and may be paid in full or added to the principal amount of the loan.
               Following the deferral period, interest and principal shall be paid for the remaining term of the
               loan.

      (6)      Prepayment. There shall be no prepayment penalties.

      (7)      Collateral. The County/RLF Administrator will seek to have the best possible collateral
               position possible to ensure that RLF loans are adequately secured.


                                   SECTION 5. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

5.1   DISCUSSION OF REQUIREMENTS

      Prior to submitting an application, the applicant shall discuss the program with the Administrator. The
      Administrator shall assist the applicant, as is reasonably necessary, in completing the application. All
      financial information should be kept in a secured place with limited access by authorized personnel
      only.

5.2   TIMING

      Applications may be submitted at any time during the calendar year.

5.3   PRIORITY

      Applications shall be reviewed in the order received and based on readiness for the proposed project
      to proceed. In the event that loan funds requested exceed available funds, the following criteria will
      be used to determine which business(es) will be awarded the loan(s):

      (1)      Eligibility of the applicants.

      (2)      Eligibility of the project to be undertaken.

      (3)      The extent to which private funds are to be leveraged.

      (4)      The extent to which jobs are to be created, and the type jobs and wages.

      (5)      The extent to which the loan can be secured.

      (6)      Evidence of ability to repay the loan.

      (7)      Size of the loan requested.

      (8)      Timing of the proposed expenditures.

      (9)      Completeness of application.

      (10)     Other factors as deemed appropriate.

5.4   LOAN APPLICATION

      Applicants shall submit an application using the form available from the RLF Program (Attachment A
      and/or a business plan that includes the following:

      (1)      Business Description. A written description of the business, including the following:
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               (a)    A brief history of the existing or proposed business, including when it started or is to
                      start, type of operation, legal structure, markets, and products

              (b)     Key customers and clients.

              (c)     A personal resume of each principal associated with the business, including: number
                      of years of experience in the business; educational background; and role in the
                      proposed or existing business.

              (d)     Three years of financial history including balance sheets, profit/loss statements, cash
                      flow statements and accountant notes.

      (2)     Project Description. A description of how the business plans to use the requested funds.

      (3)     Commitments from Private Lenders. This consists of commitments from all private lenders
              making loans to the project. Lender commitment letters should include:

              (a)     Description of the type of loan being made by the lender (first mortgage, permanent
                      financing, construction financing, etc.)

              (b)     The amount of the loan, interest rate, term, and security, availability, and repayment
                      schedule and amounts.

              These commitments shall be obtained concurrently with the negotiation of the terms and
              conditions of the RLF Program loan to insure the interest of the County are secured.

      (4)     Projections. Provide proformas (a balance sheet & income statement and cash flow
              statement). These should cover a three-year period and should be based on the assumption
              that the business will receive the requested loan.

      (5)     Additional Information. Additional information as may be required by the Loan Review
              Committee, or the Administrator.

5.5   REVIEW PROCESS

      Specific steps in the review process include the following:

      (1)     Preliminary Review. The Administrator will review the application for completeness and verify
              that the proposed project meets the minimum requirements provided in Section 3.6. If the
              application is not complete, the Administrator will inform the applicant of the deficiencies.

      (2)     Formal Review. The Loan Review Committee will meet to review an application within two
              weeks of the receipt of a completed application or at some other predetermined schedule.
              Once the review is completed and the proposal is acceptable for funding, the Loan Review
              Committee will forward the proposal to the governing body for final approval or to whatever
              other body has been authorized to act on loan requests.

      (3)     Negotiation of Terms. Upon the tentative acceptance by the governing body, the
              Administrator will contact the business in writing to review and explain the terms of the loan.


      (4)     Notice of Award. If the application is approved, a closing will be scheduled to execute the
              necessary loan documents.

      (5)     Rejection of Award. If the application is not approved, the Administrator will send a letter to
              the applicant stating the reasons for rejection and offer to meet with the applicant to explore
              ways to strengthen the loan request or to identify alternative funding sources.

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                              SECTION 6. DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS

6.1   LOAN PROCEDURES

      Prior to releasing funds, the following documentation must be in place or provided at the appropriate
      time during the term of the loan.

      (1)     Notice of Award. The Loan Review Committee must have reviewed and approved a complete
              application for an eligible applicant.

      (2)     Loan Agreement. The County Corporation Counsel or designee shall prepare a loan
              agreement, which shall be executed by the RLF Administrator, and the Chief Executive Officer
              of the business.

      (3)     Promissory Note. A promissory note shall be prepared by the Corporation Counsel or
              designee and signed by the Chief Executive Officer at the time of loan closing. The note must
              be dated; it must reference the agreement between the County and the business; and, it
              must specify the amount and terms of the loan funds delivered.

      (4)     Security. Mortgage or lien instruments or personal guarantees provided as security for all
              loans shall be prepared by the County Corporate Counsel and executed at the time of the loan
              closing. The Corporation Counsel, or Administrator, shall record the instrument and place a
              copy in the project file to include:

              (a)     Mortgage and/or security agreement.
              (b)     UCC searches and filing.
              (c)     Guarantee agreement.
              (d)     Title insurance or Abstract.
              (e)     Assignment of Life Insurance.
              (f)     Casualty Insurance binder.
              (g)     Personal guarantee.
              (h)     Other documentation as may be appropriate.

      (5)     Repayment Schedule. A loan repayment or amortization schedule shall be prepared by the
              Administrator after the loan proceeds are fully disbursed. The repayment schedule shall be
              dated and signed by both the CEO and the Chief Executive Officer of the business and the
              appropriate County officials. At that time, the repayment schedule shall be attached to both
              parties’ copies of the agreement.

      (6)     Evidence of Permits, etc. Documentation must be provided by the applicant that all necessary
              permits, licenses, and any other registrations required have been obtained by the applicant
              prior to the release of program funds.


      (7)     Evidence of Program Expenditures. Documentation must be provided by the business to
              evidence program expenditures. Documentation shall include bills and invoices or receipts for
              materials, final bills of sale or canceled checks. All documentation shall be reviewed and
              approved by the Administrator.

      (8)     Fixed Equipment. Fixed equipment financed with program funds must have been purchased,
              delivered, and installed. The Administrator shall verify the installation of fixed equipment.

      (9)     Other Documentation. As appropriate or necessary, the borrower may be asked to provide
              the following:

              (a)     A certificate of status from the Department of Financial Institutions.

              (b)     The Articles of Incorporation and by-laws.
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              (c)     A Board resolution to borrow funds and Secretary's certificate.

              (d)     Current financial statements.

              (e)     Evidence of having secured other funds necessary for the project.

              (f)     An Environmental Assessment for real estate loans which may either be a Phase I, II,
                      or III analysis, depending on the environmental condition of the site.

      With the above documentation in place, the Administrator will schedule a loan closing. All documents
      will be executed before funds are disbursed, and mortgages and UCC Statements shall be recorded.

                           SECTION 7. POST APPROVAL REQUIREMENTS

7.1   OBLIGATION OF LOAN RECIPIENT

      In addition to the terms and conditions of the loan, all borrowers shall agree to comply with the
      following:

      (1)     The creation or retention of the agreed upon number of jobs within 36 months of the date of
              the execution of the loan agreement with the Community.

      (2)     Not to discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, color, handicap, sex, physical condition,
              development disability as defined in s. 51.01(5), sexual orientation or national origin in any
              employment or construction activity related to the use of the business loan funds.

      (3)     To use the loan money only to pay the cost of services and materials necessary to complete
              the project or activity for which the loan funds were awarded.

      (4)     To permit inspections by persons authorized by the County/RLF administrator of all projects
              and properties assisted with loan funds. Related project materials shall also be open to
              inspections, which include, but may not be limited to, contracts, materials, equipment,
              payrolls, and conditions of employment. Requests for inspection shall be complied with by the
              borrower.

      (5)     To maintain records on the project as may be requested by the RLF Administrator. These
              files shall be maintained for the length of the loan plus one year or for at least three (3) years
              after completion of the work for which the loan has been obtained, whichever is longer.

      (6)     To submit periodic progress reports to the Administrator in accordance with the schedule in
              the loan agreement. These reports shall report on project progress including number of jobs
              created or retained during the loan agreement.

      (7)     To maintain fire and extended coverage insurance on the project property required during the
              term of the loan. The County shall be listed as Loss Payee, Mortgagee, or "additional" insured
              on the policy. Term life insurance may be required of the applicant to cover the loan balance
              through the life of the loan.

      (8)     To abide by all federal laws, when applicable. These include, but may not be limited to: The
              Civil Rights Act of 1964; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; the Davis-Bacon Act, as
              amended; the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act; the Copeland "Anti-Kickback"
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                              SECTION 8. PERFORMANCE MONITORING

8.1    PRIVATE LEVERAGE COMMITMENTS

       The Administrator shall monitor the use of the funds and expenditure of private leverage
       commitments. Documentation may include invoices or receipts for materials and supplies, letters from
       lenders, final bills of sale, and canceled checks.

8.2    HIRING OF NEW EMPLOYEES

       The RLF Program Administrator shall monitor the borrower's progress in meeting agreed upon job
       creation or retention goals. Job creation must be documented using payroll records. Before-project
       and after-project payroll records should be provided by the borrower to document job creation.
       Failure of the business to provide the targeted number of LMI level jobs may be a condition for default
       unless the business can show it made a good faith effort to create the targeted number of LMI jobs
       but did not succeed due to reasons beyond its control.

8.3    DEFAULT

       In the event the business is in default on any of the terms and conditions of the loan agreement, all
       sums due and owing, including penalties, shall, at the Economic Development Corporation’s option,
       become immediately due and payable. To exercise this option, the Community's attorney shall
       prepare a written notice to the business. The notice shall specify the following:

       (a)     The default.

       (b)     The action required to cure the default.

       (c)     A date, not less than thirty (30) days from the date of the notice, by which the default must
               be cured to avoid foreclosure or other collective action.

       (d)     Any penalties incurred as a result of the default, jobs, etc.


                     SECTION 9. USE OF LOAN REPAYMENTS AND REPORTING

9.1    RLF PROGRAM

       Repaid loans shall be re-deposited into the Revolving Loan Fund account and used in a manner
       consistent with the policies and procedures manual. A separate accounting record for each loan shall
       be kept to account for all funds loaned. The RLF account shall be audited on an annual basis and the
       Administrator shall provide semi-annual reports to Commerce, June 30 and December 31, regarding
       the use of program income. Reports shall be submitted on forms prescribed by the Commerce.


                                    SECTION 10. LOAN SERVICING

10.1   MONITORING

       The RLF Program Administrator shall monitor each loan to ensure compliance with the loan terms and
       conditions and to monitor the financial health of the business to insure continued repayment of the
       loan. The monitoring will also ensure that all recordkeeping requirements are met particularly in
       regard to job creation and expenditures of matching funds.

       A loan servicing file shall be established and maintained for each loan recipient that includes all
       written correspondence; a record of important telephone conversations; a list of applicable loan
       covenants; certificates of insurance for builder's risk, property-casualty, and life insurance, as
       applicable; and documentation for job creation and retention including low and moderate income
       certifications forms.                               12

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10.2   RECORDKEEPING

       In addition to the above, the RLF financial management records must be comprehensive and designed
       to provide the following information:

       (a)    A Revolving Loan Fund Register that records all deposits and disbursements to and from the
              RLF, including funds used for RLF administration.

       (b)    A CDBG Loan Repayment Register that records repayments made by each business that has
              received a loan from the RLF. It also tracks the balance of repayments from all loans from
              the RLF.

       (c)    A Collection Register for every loan made. Each register contains the business name, loan
              date, loan amount, terms, and date repayment begins. Payments are divided into principal
              and interest payments with a declining principal balance.

       (d)    RLF Loan Repayment Registers that record repayments made by each business, which has
              received a loan from the RLF. It also tracks the balance of repayments from all loans from
              the RLF.




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                                  ORDINANCE NUMBER 917-2008

Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Manchester
               Owner: Michael and Judi Schubert

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 19th day of February, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-6 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Manchester, be amended from A-
1 Exclusive Agriculture District to A-3 Light Agriculture District and R-1 Single-Family Residence
District.

       N1512 CTH S, All of parcel #012-0245-0000 being part of the NW¼ and the SW¼, Section
       14, T14N R12E, Town of Manchester (±18.00 Acres). To be identified by Certified Survey
       Map.

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-6 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:            X      Approval
Denial


Roll Call on Ordinance 917-2008
                                                Submitted by Land Use Planning &
Ayes 20 , Nay 0 , Absent 1, Abstain 0           Zoning

                                                /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 19th             Susan McConnell, Chairman
day of February, 2007
                                                /s/ Wallace Williams
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Wallace Williams, Vice Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Gus Mueller
Attest: County Clerk                            Gus Mueller
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                               /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       Howard Sell

                                                /s/ Orville Biesenthal
                                                Orville Biesenthal




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                                  ORDINANCE NO. 918 -2008

Relating to an Ordinance amending the Code of the County of Green Lake, Chapter 192 Peace and
Good Order, Article IX Dangerous Weapons

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake Wisconsin, duly
assembled at its regular meeting begun on the 19th day of February, 2008, does ordain
as follows:

        The Code of the County of Green Lake, Chapter 192 be amended by adding:

                            Article IX, Dangerous Weapons

   § 192-25. Definitions.

   As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:

   DANGEROUS WEAPON – the term “dangerous weapon” has the meaning specified in
   section 939.22(10), Wisconsin Statutes.

   PROHIBITED AREA – the term “prohibited area” means the entire building or facility
   including the child support agency, the circuit court, the clerk of courts, the district
   attorney, the health and human services department, the sheriff’s department, or
   the sheriff administration when they are utilizing any part of the building or facility.

    Ordinance No. 918-07                           Submitted by Judicial/Law
                                                   Enforcement and Emergency
                                                   Management Committee
    Aye 20, Nay 0, Absent 1, Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Gene Thom
    Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 19th           Gene Thom, Chairman
    day of February, 2008
                                                  /s/ Debra A. Schubert
    /s/ Orrin W. Helmer                           Debra A. Schubert
    County Board Chairman

    /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                    /s/ Richard Gorr
    Attest: County Clerk                          Richard Gorr
    Approved as to Form:

    /s/ John Selsing                              /s/ Howard Sell
    Corporation Counsel                           Howard Sell

                                                  /s/ Eugene Schroeder
                                                  Eugene Schroeder




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Ordinance No. 918-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County, Chapter 192
Peace and Good Order, Article IX Dangerous Weapons Continued:

   § 192-26. Prohibited acts.

   A. No person may carry, possess or use any dangerous weapon on or in a prohibited
      area, except for law enforcement purposes or with the written approval of the
      sheriff or a designee appointed by the sheriff.

   B. No person may display or portray as real any object that resembles a dangerous
      weapon on or in a prohibited area, except with the written approval of the sheriff
      or a designee appointed by the sheriff.

   C. The following statutes defining offense against the peace and good order of the
      state are adopted by reference to define offenses against the peace and good
      order of the County, provided the penalty for commission of such offenses
      hereunder shall be limited to a forfeiture and costs imposed as set forth below.
      Any future amendments, revisions or modifications of the statues incorporated
      herein by reference are intended to be made part of this Code.

      Statue Section Subject

      941.20                Endangering safety by use of dangerous weapon
      941.21                Disarming a peace officer
      941.23                       Carrying concealed weapon
      941.235               Carrying firearm in public building
      941.237               Carrying handgun where alcohol beverages may be sold
                            and consumed.
      941.24                Possession of switchblade knife
      941.295               Possession of electric weapon
      941.2965              Restrictions on use of facsimile firearms
      941.296               Sale or distribution of imitation firearms

  § 192-27. Violations and penalties.
  A. Any person who violates § 192-26 above is subject to a forfeiture (exclusive of
     costs) of not more than $500.
  B. Dangerous weapons in violation of this article may be confiscated and removed
     from a prohibited area by an officer.

    BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that in all other respects, said Chapter 192 remains the
same and is in full force.




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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the regular County Board meeting held on the
18th day of March, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
16th day of April, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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           GREEN LAKE COUNTY
           BOARD PROCEEDINGS

           REGULAR SESSION

           March 18, 2008

           The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular
           session, Tuesday, March 18, 2008, at 9 AM in the County Board Room, Green Lake,
           Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Orrin W. Helmer, County Board Chair. Roll Called, 16 Supervisors
present, 5 Absent (Biesenthal, Dist. 3, Brennan, Dist. 15, Galatowitsch, Dist. 9, Gorr, Dist. 11, and
Krause, Dist. 18).


                                     Supervisor                   Supervisor Districts
                                     Orrin W. Helmer                   1
                                     Wallace Williams                  2
                                     Margaret Hollander                4
                                     Elden Dallman                     5
                                     Susan E. McConnell                6
                                     Howard Sell                       7
                                     Vern Ammentorp                    8
                                     Carol Z Myers                    11
                                     Daniel Priske                    12
                                     Gus Mueller                      13
                                     Eugene Schroeder                 14
                                     Gene Thom                        16
                                     Debra A. Schubert                17
                                     Robert Krause                    18
                                     Michael R. Stoddard              19
                                     Joe Gonyo                        20
                                     Joanne Guden                     21


                 CALL TO ORDER

            1.   Meeting called to order by Chairman, Orrin W. Helmer.


                 The Clerk read the call.

            NOTICE: GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

                 The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the
                 City of Green Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday the 18th day of March, 2008 at 6:00 PM
                 for the regular meeting of the Board. Regular monthly business to be transacted
                 includes:


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          CALL TO ORDER
          ROLL CALL
          READING OF THE CALL
          PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
          PICTURE OF COUNTY BOARD SUPERVISORS
          MINUTES
          ANNOUNCEMENTS
          COUNTY BOARD MINUTES ON WEBSITE
          PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 MIN LIMIT)
          CORRESPONDENCE
          APPEARANCES
              •   Kurt Berner, Samuels Group – Long Range Plan
          DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN
          RESOLUTIONS:
          Relating to Requesting Governor and State Legislators Enact Legislation to Re-
          Emphasize the Transportation User Fee Concept by Segregating Fuel Tax Revenues
          and Vehicle Registration Fees Specifically for the Transportation Fund.
          Relating to Green Lake County Establishing the Green Lake County Recreational
          Fund.
          Relating to Bicycling Lanes on County Roads.
          Relating to Requesting the State of Wisconsin Department of Corrections Increase
          Reimbursement Payments for State Probation and Parole Prisoners Held in the
          Green Lake County Jail.
          Relating to Increase of County Cremation Fees.
          Relating to Increased Compensation in Corporation Counsel Office.
          ORDINANCES:
          Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 812-04 Non Union Employee Handbook, Sick
          Leave.
          Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake – Egbert/Albright
          Relating to Amending Code of the County of Green Lake, Chapter 98, Section IV
          Alarm Systems.
          OUT OF STATE TRAVEL Sheriff Department
          APPOINTMENTS:
          COMMITTEE REPORTS: Advocap, Ag & Extension: Ag Agent, Family Living Agent,
          4-H Agent, Resource Agent.
          COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN APRIL
          FUTURE ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION
          AND SUCH OTHER BUSINESS AS MAY PROPERLY COME BEFORE THE BOARD OF
          SUPERVISORS.
          The several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing
          or acting upon matters, which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County
          Board of Supervisors.
          Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green Lake,
          Wisconsin this 11th day of March, 2008.
          Margaret R. Bostelmann
          (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk


            PLEAGE OF ALLEGIANCE

1.   The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.


               PICTURE OF COUNTY BOARD SUPERVISORS
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2.    Pictures were taken of the County Board Supervisors as some of them would not be
     returning in April. Missing from the picture were Supervisors Brennan, Biesenthal,
     Galatowitsch and Krause.



                MINUTES
3.    Minutes of February 19, 2008, Motion/second (Hollander/Stoddard) to approve the
     February 19, 2008 minutes as presented. All Ayes. Motion carried.

                 ANNOUNCEMENTS

4.   The next County Board meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 15, 2008 at 9AM for Student
     Government Day.

5.   Reminder that April 7th to April 11th is Work Zone Safety Week.

6. Chairman Helmer would like to discuss what type of commemorative merchandise the
     County Board of Supervisors would like to have distributed at the Green Lake County Fair in
     honor of Green Lake County’s 150th Sesquicentennial Celebration. Discussion held. The
     Supervisors will take home the list given to them by the Fair Committee to review and bring
     their suggestions back to the April meeting.


7. Motion/second (Schubert/Priske) to seat Supervisor Gorr.      All Ayes. Motion carried.
     (6:12PM) 17 Supervisors Present, 4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan, Galatowitsch, Krause).

                 COUNTY BOARD MINUTES ON WEBSITE

8. Supervisor Meyers requested that the County Board minutes be put on the new website
     before they are approved, as they aren’t published in the paper until 6 weeks after the
     meeting. Discussion was held. A note stating “unofficial pending County Board Approval”
     could be written on the minutes. Motion/second (Myers/Mueller) with “unofficial pending
     County Board Approval” printed on them. All Ayes. Motion carried.

                 PUBLIC COMMENTS

9. None.

                 CORRESPONDENCE

10. Letter from the Town of Marquette regarding the Bicycling Trail. The Marquette Town
     Board is not if favor of this Resolution.

11. Resolution from the City of Green Lake urging the County Board to support the Bicycling
     Trail Resolution.

12. Letter regarding Arbor Day Breakfast, April 17th, Green Lake Conference Center.

                 APPEARANCES


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13. Kurt Berner, Samuels Group, updated the Board of the status of the design and
    development phase of the building project. Berner met with the Sheriff, Health & Human
    Services and Judge McMonigal. Berner and Judge McMonigal had a healthy discussion
    regarding Berner going to Judge Stork first, before contacting Judge McMonigal. Berner
    wanted to publicly apologize to Judge McMonigal for not following the proper procedure.
    All departments are working well together and these are the first initial steps in the design
    and development phase. This process will take 3 months to finalize. Berner will update the
    Property & Insurance Committee monthly and bring back the final changes to County Board
    for approval. Berner told the supervisors that they can fell free to call him at his office
    anything to ask questions regarding the project.

               LONG RANGE PLAN DISCUSSION

14. None.


               RESOLUTIONS

15. Resolution No. 02-2008 Relating to Requesting Governor and State Legislators Enact
    Legislation of Re-Emphasize the Transportation User Fee Concept by Segregating Fuel Tax
    Revenues and Vehicle Registration Fees Specifically for the Transportation Fund.
    Motion/second (Myers/Ammentorp) to adopt Resolution No. 02-2008. Discussion held. –
    Roll Call vote on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays. 4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan,
    Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Resolution No. 02-2008 passed as adopted.

16. Resolution No. 03-2008 Relating to Green Lake County Establishing the Green Lake County
    Recreational Fund. Motion/second (Myers/Hollander) to adopt Resolution No. 03-2008.
    Discussion held. Roll Call vote on Motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 4 Absent (Biesenthal,
    Brennan, Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Resolution No. 03-2008 passed as
    adopted.

17. Resolution No. 04-2008 Relating to Bicycling Lanes on County Roads. Motion/second
    (Myers/Hollander) to table until the April 15th, County Board meeting. Roll Call vote on
    Motion to table – 10 Ayes, 7 Nays (Ammentorp, Dallman, Gorr, Guden, Schubert, Sell,
    Williams) 4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan, Galatowitsch, Krause).    Motion passed.
    Resolution No. 04-2008 tabled.

18. Resolution No. 05-2008 Relating to Requesting the State of Wisconsin Department of
    Corrections Increase Reimbursement Payments for State Probation and Parole Prisoners
    Held in the Green Lake County Jail. Motion/second (Stoddard/Thom) to adopt Resolution
    No. 05-2008. Discussion held. Motion/second (Ammentorp/Guden) to delete “WHEREAS
    the state reimbursement to Green Lake County has remained at $40 per day for the last 14
    years”. Roll Call on motion to amend – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan,
    Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 4
    Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan, Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Resolution No. 05-
    2008 adopted as amended.

19. Resolution No. 06-2008 Relating to Increase of County Cremation Fees. Motion/second
    (Schubert/Thom) to adopt Resolution No. 06-2008. Discussion held. Motion/second
    (Myers/Mueller) to correct in the first WHEREAS, “cremation fees” to “cremation permits.”
    Roll Call on motion to amend – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan,
    Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 4

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    Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan, Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Resolution No. 06-
    2008 adopted as amended.

20. Resolution No. 07-2008 Relating to Increased Compensation in Corporation Counsel Office.
    Motion/second (Stoddard/Mueller) to adopt Resolution No. 07-2008. Discussion held.
    Motion/second (Ammentorp/Schubert) to table Resolution No. 07-2008 until we find out
    legality of changing position to full time. Roll Call on motion to table – 6 Ayes (Ammentorp,
    Priske, Schroeder, Schubert, Sell, Williams) 11 Nays, 4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan,
    Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion failed. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 12 Ayes, 5 Nays
    (Ammentorp, Guden, Priske, Schroeder, Schubert)              4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan,
    Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Resolution 07-2008 passed as adopted.

               ORDINANCES

21. Ordinance No. 919-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 812-04 Non-Union Employee
    Handbook, Sick leave. Motion/second (Dallman/Schroeder) to enact Ordinance No. 919-
    2008. Discussion held. Roll Call vote on motion to enact – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 4 Absent
    (Biesenthal, Brennan, Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Ordinance No. 919-2008
    passed as enacted.

22. Ordinance No. 920-2008      Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake –
    Egbert/Albright. Motion/second (McConnell/Thom) to enact Ordinance No. 920-2008.
    Land Use Planning & Zoning recommends approval. Roll Call vote on motion to enact – 17
    Ayes, 0 Nays, 4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan, Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed.
    Ordinance No. 920-2008 passed as enacted.

23. Ordinance No. 921-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of the County of Green Lake,
    Chapter 98, Section IV Alarm Systems.    Motion/second (Schubert/Thom) to enact
    Ordinance No. 921-2008. Discussion held. Roll Call vote on motion to enact – 17 Ayes, 0
    Nays, 4 Absent (Biesenthal, Brennan, Galatowitsch, Krause). Motion passed. Ordinance
    No. 921-2008 passed as enacted.


               OUT OF STATE TRAVEL

24. Out of State Travel request for Detective Josh Ward and Sheriff Podoll. Letters are on
    Supervisors Desks. Detective Ward, new K-9 Officer, will be traveling to Humboldt, Iowa
    twice to be introduced to our new dog, and then back again to train with him.

25. Sheriff Podoll will attend the 2008 National Sheriff’s Conference June 28-July2nd in
    Indianapolis, Indiana.

26. Motion/second (Thom/Schubert) to approve out of state travel per county policy for
    Detective Josh Ward and Sheriff Podoll. All Ayes. Motion carried.


               REPORTS

27. None.

               COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

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28. None.

                   COMMITTEE REPORTS

29. Supervisor Mueller reported on Advocap activities.

30. Supervisor McConnell reported on the activities of the County Ag Agent, Carla Hargrave.

31. Supervisor Ammentorp reported on the activities of the Family Living Agent, Molly
      Spaulding.

32. Supervisor Williams reported on the activities of the 4-H Youth Agent, Dean Slark.

33. Supervisor Hollander reported on the Resource Agent, Jason Kauffeld, who will be starting
      April 1, 2008.

                   COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN APRIL

34.     Chairman Helmer announced that the Committees to report in April will be: Health &
      Human Services: Health Advisory, Aging/Long Term Support, and Children & Family
      Services.

                   FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

35. None.

                   SUCH OTHER BUSINESS AS MAY PROPERLY COME BEFORE THE BOARD OF
                   SUPERVISORS

36. Chairman Helmer thanked the Supervisors who are not running again for their service and
      assistance given to him during their term, which was very much appreciated. A Resolution
      of appreciation will be presented at the April, 15, 2008 County Board meeting. Those
      Supervisors not returning: Margaret Hollander, Carol Z. Myers, Dennis Galatowitsch, Orville
      Biesenthal and John Brennan.

                   ADJOURN

37. Motion/second (Schubert/Hollander) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

38. Meeting adjourned at 7:30 PM.

              Respectfully Submitted,


              Sue Wendt
              Assistant Clerk




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                                RESOLUTION 02 - 2008



RE: Requesting Governor and State Legislators Enact Legislation to Re- Emphasize the
Transportation User Fee Concept by Segregating Fuel Tax Revenues and Vehicle
Registration Fees Specifically for the Transportation Fund

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 18th day of March, 2008, does resolve as follows:

WHEREAS, an amount equal to about one-third of the state’s 30.9 cent per gallon fuel tax was
used for non-transportation purposes last year; and

WHEREAS, the previous state budget transferred $675 million from the Transportation fund to help
address the General Fund’s $3.2 billion deficit; $524 million was restored, not with fuel tax
revenues, but through bonding adding to Wisconsin’s negative AA3 Moody’s rating; and

WHEREAS, the 2005-2007 State’s Biennium Budget also calls for transferring over $600 million
from the Transportation Fund to the General Fund and replacing a portion of those funds again
through bonding. The budget is balanced with over $1 billion on one-time monies, fund transfers
and accounting shifts to the next biennium; and

WHEREAS, Wisconsin’s Transportation fund has traditionally been segregated from the General
Fund because of the user fee concept; and

Roll Call on Resolution No. 02-08               Submitted by Highway Committee

Aye 17, Nay 0, Absent 4, Abstain 0
                                                /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
                                     th
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 18               Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
day of March, 2008
                                                /s/ Carol Z Myers
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Carol Z. Myers, Vice-Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Robert Krause
Attest: County Clerk                            Robert Krause
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                /s/ Orville Biesenthal
Corporation Counsel                             Orville Biesenthal

                                                /s/ Dennis Galatowitsch
                                                Dennis Galatowitsch




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RESOLUTION 02 - 2008 RE: Requesting Governor and State Legislators Enact Legislation to
Re- Emphasize the Transportation User Fee Concept By Segregating Fuel Tax Revenues and
Vehicle Registration Fees Specifically for the Transportation Fund Continued:


WHEREAS, maintaining and rebuilding the State’s highway infrastructure and bridges is vital to the
State, counties, and all municipalities to support commerce and tourism. We must maintain the
quality of roads to provide safe transportation of not only goods and services, but for the citizens of
the state.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors that we
respectfully request that the Governor and State Legislators enact legislation to re-emphasize the
transportation user fee concept, thus segregating fuel tax revenues and vehicle registration fees
specifically for the Transportation Fund.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be conveyed to the Governor and State
Legislators representing Green Lake County.




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                                     RESOLUTION 03 - 2008

Relating to Green Lake County Establishing the Green Lake County Recreational Fund

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 18th day of March, 2008, does resolve as follows:

WHEREAS, it would be beneficial for Green Lake County to have a mechanism for individuals to
make tax deductible donations to improve the county parks and recreational programs; and,

WHEREAS, a means is available by establishing a community fund through the Green Lake
County/Ripon Community Foundation; and

WHEREAS, the fund shall be started by the Highway budget contributing $10/month.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors that the
Green Lake County Recreational Fund be established through the Green Lake County/Ripon
Community Foundation, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Green Lake County Recreational Fund shall be administered
and managed by a Board of Directors to include one highway committee member, who serves as
chair or vice chair of the parks committee, along with 4 citizens, appointed by the County Board
Chair.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 03-08               Submitted by Highway Committee

Aye 14, Nay 0, Absent 4, Abstain 0
                                                /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 18th             Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
day of March, 2008
                                                /s/ Carol Z Myers
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Carol Z. Myers, Vice-Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Robert Krause
Attest: County Clerk                            Robert Krause
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing
Corporation Counsel                             Orville Biesenthal

                                                /s/ Dennis Galatowitsch
                                                Dennis Galatowitsch




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                                   RESOLUTION NUMBER 05-2008

RELATING TO REQUESTING THE STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
INCREASE REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS FOR STATE PROBATION AND PAROLE
PRISONERS HELD IN THE GREEN LAKE COUNTY JAIL

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 18th day of March, 2008, does resolve as follows:

        WHEREAS, §302.33(2)(a) (2007), Wis. Stats., requires the Wisconsin Department of
Corrections to reimburse the county for costs relating to maintaining persons in custody pending the
disposition of their parole, extended supervision or probation revocation proceedings; and

        WHEREAS, §302.33(2)(a)3 (2007), Wis. Stats., requires the Wisconsin Department of
Corrections to reimburse the County at a rate of $40 per person per day after January 1, 1993,
unless insufficient funds are provided in a fiscal year by §20.410(1)(bn), Wis. Stats. (2007), in which
case the Department shall prorate the payments to the county; and

        WHEREAS, the rate of $40 per person has never increased since 1993 and inflation has
driven the cost to $56 per person; and,

      WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Sheriff’s Department is currently required to accept
placement of state probation and parole hold inmates in the Green Lake County Jail; and

      WHEREAS, the State of Wisconsin has continually and knowingly under funded the
Department of Corrections leaving the taxpayers of Green Lake County to subsidize the State of
Wisconsin for housing state inmates; and

Roll Call on Resolution No. 05- 2008               Submitted by Judicial/Law Enforcement
                                                   and Emergency Management
                                                   Committee
Aye 17, Nay 0, Absent 4, Abstain 0
                                                   /s/ Gene Thom
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 18th                Gene Thom, Chairman
day of March, 2008
                                                   /s/ Debra A. Schubert
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                Debra A. Schubert
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                         /s/ Richard Gorr
Attest: County Clerk                               Richard Gorr
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                   /s/ Howard Sell
Corporation Counsel                                Howard Sell

                                                   /s/ Eugene Schroeder
                                                   Eugene Schroeder




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RESOLUTION NUMBER 05-2008 RELATING TO: REQUESTING THE STATE OF WISCONSIN
      DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS INCREASE REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS FOR STATE
      PROBATION AND PAROLE PRISONERS HELD IN THE GREEN LAKE COUNTY JAIL
      CONTINUED




        *WHEREAS, the state reimbursement rate to Green Lake County has remained at $40 per
day for the last 14 years; and

       WHEREAS, the State of Wisconsin has not increased the reimbursement funds since 2001
despite billable days increasing by 29%; and,

        WHEREAS, in 2007, the reimbursement to Green Lake County has been $32 per day
resulting in a shortfall of $12,576.00; and

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors
respectfully requests that the State of Wisconsin Department of Corrections increase the current
$32.00 daily rate payments for State prisoners held in county jails commensurate with the costs
incurred by the county for maintaining such prisoners; and

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Clerk shall forward a copy of this resolution to
the Governor of the State of Wisconsin, the Secretary of the Department of Corrections, the
Chairpersons of the Joint Committee on Finance, the Green Lake County Legislative Representatives,
and the Wisconsin Counties Association and to all Wisconsin counties.




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                                      RESOLUTION 06-2008

Relating to Increasing of County Cremation Fees

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its
regular meeting begun on the 18th day of March 2008, does resolve as follows:

WHEREAS the State has put additional requirements on Coroner’s and Deputy Coroner’s when issuing
cremation fees.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the County shall charge $150 for each cremation permit
issued through the County, with the Coroner or Deputy Coroner receiving 50% of the fee.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that perdiem will not be paid for signing cremation permits.

Fiscal Note: Additional revenue expected of $5,000.


Roll Call on Resolution No. 06-08                     Submitted by Judicial/Law Enforcement
                                                      and Emergency Management
                                                      Committee
Aye 17, Nay 0, Absent 4, Abstain 0
                                                      /s/ Gene Thom
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 18th                   Gene Thom, Chairman
day of March, 2008
                                                      /s/ Debra A. Schubert
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                   Debra A. Schubert
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                            /s/ Richard Gorr
Attest: County Clerk                                  Richard Gorr
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                      /s/ Howard Sell
Corporation Counsel                                   Howard Sell

                                                      /s/ Eugene Schroeder
                                                      Eugene Schroeder




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                                      RESOLUTION 07-2008

Relating to Increasing Compensation for Corporation Counsel

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its
regular meeting begun on the 18th day of March 2008, does resolve as follows:

WHEREAS the corporation counsel’s office is responsible for the organizing and presenting to court all
emergency detentions for alcohol and mental commitments, and

WHEREAS this has placed significant time demands on the corporation counsel’s staff, and

WHEREAS this has resulted in the corporation counsel’s office hiring an additional part time secretary
to deal with this emergency work, and

WHEREAS the Personnel Committee has evaluated the pay scale of its non-union employees in an
effort to keep it competitive with other area county employees, and

Whereas, the Corporation Counsel was the last position to be evaluated by the Personnel Committee,
and

Whereas, there is a significant disparity in wages between the Green Lake County corporation counsel
and to other area corporation counsels.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the County Board of Supervisors approves an allowance
of $10,000 per year for secretarial services for the assistance corporation counsel, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the salary paid to the Green Lake County corporation counsel be
increased by $10,000 annually to reduce the disparity in earnings with other area corporation counsels
effective April 1, 2008.

Fiscal Note: $16,368.75. See attached.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 07-08                 Submitted by Administrative Committee

Aye 12, Nay 5, Absent 4, Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 18th               Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
day of March, 2008
                                                  /s/ John Brennan
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                               John Brennan
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Michael Stoddard
Attest: County Clerk                              Michael Stoddard
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                  /s/ Gene Thom
Corporation Counsel                               Gene Thom

                                                  /s/ Daniel G. Priske
                                                  Daniel G. Priske


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                                        ORDINANCE NO. 919-2008

Relating to Amending Ordinance #812-04, Employee Handbook for Non-Represented Employees of Green
Lake County, Sick leave

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly
assembled at its regular meeting begun on the 18th day of March, 2008, does ordain as
follows:

The Employee Handbook for Non-Represented Employees of Green Lake County be amended as follows:

Section III Fringe Benefits, B Sick Leave (2) Add at end of paragraph:

        “This additional thirty (30) days of sick leave may be used only after the employee’s accumulated
sick leave has been exhausted and may be granted only once during a person’s employment with the
County.”

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that this Ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication.


Roll Call on Ordinance No. 919-08                 Submitted by Personnel Committee

Aye 17 , Nay 0 , Absent 4 , Abstain
0
                                                  /s/ John Brennan
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 18th               John Brennan, Chairman
day
of March, 2008
                                                  /s/ Margaret Hollander
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                               Margaret Hollander, Vice-Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Bob Krause
Attest: County Clerk                              Bob Krause
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                  /s/ Elden Dallman
Corporation Counsel                               Elden Dallman


                                                  /s/ Gene Schroeder
                                                  Gene Schroeder




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                                ORDINANCE NUMBER 920-2008


Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake
               Owners: Kathleen Egbert
                               Wayne & Patricia Albright

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 18th day of March, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-3 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Green Lake, be amended from A-
1 Exclusive Agriculture District to M-1 Mineral Extraction District.

       Thomas Road, Parcel #006-0033-0000 (Egbert), The E½ of the SE¼ of the SW¼, (±20.00
       Acres), and Parcel #006-0032-0000 (Albright), Part of the W½ of the SE¼ of the SW¼,
       Being a parcel of land with dimensions of 600 feet east-west by 1000 feet north-south
       adjacent to the Kathleen Egbert property, (±15.00 Acres) Both parcels in Section 2, T15N
       R13E, Town of Green Lake.

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-3 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:            X    Approval
Denial


Roll Call on Ordinance No. 920-2008


Ayes 17, Nays 0, Absent 4, Abstain 0.              Submitted by the Land Use Planning
                                                   and Zoning Committee:

Passed and Enacted/ Rejected this                  __/s/ Susan McConnell_________
18th day of March, 2008.                           Susan McConnell, Committee Chair

__/s/ Orrin Helmer________________                 _/s/ Wallace Williams ___________
County Board Chairman                              Wallace Williams

_/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann________                __/s/ Gus Mueller_______________
                                                   Gus Mueller
ATTEST: County Clerk

Approved as to Form:                               __/s/ Howard Sell______________
                                                   Howard Sell
_/s/ Jeff T. Hasse_________________
                                                   __________________________________
Corporation Counsel
                                                   Orville Biesenthal




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                                    Ordinance No. 921-2008

Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County, Chapter 98, Section 4 Alarm
Systems.

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
it’s regular meeting begun on the 18th day of March, 2008 does ordain as follows:

§ 98-4. Shall be amended to read. Automatic dialing alarms.
Add to the beginning of the paragraph: Except for calls made from elevators within the County,




Roll Call on Ordinance No. 921-08                 Submitted by the Judicial/Law Enforcement
                                                   & Emergency Management Committee

 Ayes 17, Nays 0, Absent 4, Abstain 0                  /s/ Gene Thom
                                                       Gene Thom, Chair
 Passed and Enacted/Rejected this 18th day of
 March, 2008                                           /s/ Debra Schubert
                                                       Debra Schubert, Vice Chair

 /s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                   /s/ Howard Sell
 County Board Chair                                    Howard Sell

 /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                            /s/ Richard Gorr
 Attest: County Clerk                                  Richard Gorr
 Approve as to form:
                                                       /s/ Eugene Schroeder
 /s/ Jeff T. Haase                                     Eugene Schroeder
 Corporation Counsel




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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the regular County Board meeting held on the
15th day of April, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
22nd day of May, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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        GREEN LAKE COUNTY
          BOARD PROCEEDINGS

          REGULAR SESSION

          APRIL 15, 2008

           The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular
           session, Tuesday, April 15, 2008, at 9 AM in the County Board Room, Green Lake,
           Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk. Roll Called, 18 Supervisors
present, 1 Absent (Krause, Dist. 18).


                                    Supervisor                  Supervisor Districts
                                    Orrin W. Helmer                  1
                                    Wallace Williams                 2
                                    Eugene Henke                     3
                                    Elden Dallman                    4
                                    Alma Hedberg                     5
                                    Howard Sell                      6
                                    Maureen Schweder                 7
                                    John A. Zelenski                 8
                                    Gus Mueller                      9
                                    Daniel Priske                   10
                                    Susan E. McConnell              11
                                    Eugene Schroeder                12
                                    Thomas W. Traxler, Jr.          13
                                    Debra A. Schubert               14
                                    Michael R. Stoddard             15
                                    Roberta A. Erdmann              16
                                    Joanne Guden                    17
                                    Gene Thom                       19


       CALL TO ORDER

           2.   Meeting called to order by Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk


       OATH OF OFFICE

           3.   Judge Mc Monigal gave the Oath of Office to the County Board Supervisors.

           4.   Bostelmann introduced the new County Board Supervisors:

                            Eugene Henke, Dist. 3
                            Alma Hedberg, Dist. 5
                            Maureen Schweder, Dist. 7
                            John Zelenski, Dist. 8
                            Thomas W. Traxler, Jr. Dist. 13
                            Roberta A. Erdmann, Dist. 16

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The Clerk read the call.

    4.   NOTICE: GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS




         The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the
         City of Green Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday the 15th day of April, 2008 at 9:00 AM
         for the regular meeting of the Board. Regular monthly business to be transacted
         includes:
                                        CALL TO ORDER
         OATH OF OFFICE TO SUPERVISORS
         INTRODUCE NEW MEMBERS
         ROLL CALL
         READING OF THE CALL
         PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
         APPOINTMENT OF ASSISTANT CLERK
         ADOPT ROBERTS RULES OF ORDER
         ELECTION: CHAIRMAN/VICE CHAIRMAN
         ELECTION OF ELECTIVE COMMITTEES
         APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES
         MINUTES
         ANNOUNCEMENTS
         CONSERVATION POSTER CONTEST AWARDS 9:30am
         PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 MIN LIMIT)
         RECESS – RECONVENE 10:25am
         APPEARANCES
            •    Relating to County Government Day – Student Appearances 10:30am
            •    Jon Troutman, Auditor, Relating to 2007 Highway Audit
            •    Jerry Specht Bicycling Lanes on County Roads
         CORRESPONDENCE
         RESOLUTIONS:
         Relating to Bicycling Lanes on County Roads
         Relating to Recognition of Service to the Green Lake County Board
         ORDINANCES:
         Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 811-04 Personnel Policies and Procedures
         Manual.
         Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester
         Relating to Amending Code of the County of Green Lake, Article X (Violation and
         Penalties) §350-68 Chapter 350 Zoning.
         Relating to Amending Code of the County of Green Lake, Article XII (Enforcement)
         §338-41. Chapter 338 Shoreland Protection Ordinance.
         DISCUSSION AND ACTION LONG RANGE PLAN
         REPORTS
         HEARINGS
         COMMITTEE REPORTS: Health & Human Services: Health Advisory, Aging/Long
         Term Support, Children & Family Services
         AND SUCH OTHER BUSINESS AS MAY PROPERLY COME BEFORE THE BOARD OF
         SUPERVISORS.


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          The several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing
          or acting upon matters, which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County
          Board of Supervisors.
          Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green Lake,
          Wisconsin this 7th day of April, 2008.
          Margaret R. Bostelmann
          (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk


PLEAGE OF ALLEGIANCE
    5. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

APPOINTMENT OF ASSISTANT CLERK
    6. Motion/second (Schubert/Stoddard) to appoint Sue Wendt, as the Assistant Clerk for
         the ensuing two years. All Ayes. Motion carried.

ADOPTION OF ROBERTS RULES OF ORDER
   7. Motion/second (Thom/Priske) to adopt Roberts Rules of Order (Revised) for the
      ensuing two years of County Board Sessions.

ELECTIONS

    8.     The Clerk appointed Supervisors Stoddard and Dallman as tellers.

   9.       Motion/second (Schubert/Thom) to have open ballots. All Ayes. Motion carried.


CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

   10.     Informal ballots were cast for County Board Chairman. Supervisor Helmer received
           9, Supervisor Priske received 8, and Supervisor Thom received 1. Supervisor
           Thom withdrew his name. Formal ballots were cast for Chairman. Supervisor
           Helmer received 10, Supervisor Priske received 8.    Supervisor Helmer declared
           Chairman of the Board for the ensuing two years.

   11.     Motion/second (Dallman/Stoddard) that Supervisor Helmer be seated as Chairman
           of the Board. All Ayes. Motion carried.

   12.     Chairman Helmer thanked the board and promised to do his best in serving the
           County for the next two years.

VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

   13.      Informal ballots cast for Vice-Chairman of the Board. Supervisor Guden received
            9, Supervisor Priske received 7, and Supervisor Thom received 1. Formal ballots
            were cast for Vice-Chairman. Supervisor Guden received 9, Supervisor Priske
            received 9. Formal ballots were cast again for Vice-Chairman. Supervisor Priske
            received 10, Supervisor Guden received 8. Supervisor Priske declared Vice-
            Chairman of the Board for the ensuing two years.

ELECTION OF ELECTIVE COMMITTEES
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  14.   Chairman Helmer explained the voting procedure. Each Supervisor up for re-
        election will state if they want to be re-elected to their committee, when their
        committee is up for election. When a Supervisor wants to be on a committee or
        board that Supervisor declares it at that time that committee or board is up for
        election. Unless more than one Supervisor declares that he wants to fill a
        vacancy, or challenges a Supervisor up for re-election, an acclamation vote may
        be cast.

HIGHWAY COMMITTEE 4 MEMBERS

  15.   Supervisor Helmer to replace himself on the Highway Committee
        Supervisor Helmer wishes to continue on this committee Motion/second
        (Mueller/Stoddard) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Helmer to replace
        himself on the Highway Committee. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor
        Helmer declared elected to the Highway Committee.

  16.   Supervisor Krause to replace himself on the Highway Committee.
        Supervisor Krause wishes to continue on this committee. Motion/second
        (Guden/Schubert) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Krause to replace
        himself on the Highway Committee. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Krause
        declared elected to the Highway Committee.

  17.   To replace Past Supervisor Biesenthal on the Highway Committee. Supervisor
        Hedberg and Supervisor Henke, wishes to be on the Highway Committee. Formal
        ballots were cast to replace Past Supervisor Biesenthal on Highway Committee.
        Supervisor Henke received 13, Supervisor Hedberg received 5. Supervisor Henke
        declared elected to the Highway Committee.

  18.   To replace Past Supervisor Myers on the Highway Committee. Supervisor
        Hedberg wishes to be on the Highway Committee. Motion/second (Thom/Priske)
        ) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Hedberg to the Highway Committee. All
        Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Hedberg declared elected to the Highway
        Committee.

AGRICULTURE/EXTENSION EDUCATION AND FAIR COMMITTEE               5 MEMBERS

  19.   Supervisor Stoddard to replace himself on the Agriculture/Extension Education
        and Fair Committee. Supervisor Stoddard wishes to continue on this committee.
        Motion/second (Schubert/Priske) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Stoddard
        to replace himself on the Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair Committee. All
        Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Stoddard declared elected to the
        Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair Committee.

  20.   To replace Past Supervisor Hollander on the Agriculture/Extension Education and
        Fair Committee. Supervisor Schweder wishes to be on the Agriculture/Extension
        Education and Fair Committee. Motion/second (Priske/Guden) to cast unanimous
        ballot for Supervisor Schweder to be on the Agriculture/Extension Education and
        Fair Committee. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Schweder declared elected
        to the Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair Committee.

  21.   Supervisor Williams to replace himself on the Agriculture/Extension Education and
        Fair Committee. Supervisor Williams wishes to continue on this committee.
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        Motion/second (Stoddard/Mueller) to case unanimous ballot for Supervisor
        Williams to replace himself on the Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair
        Committee. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Williams declared elected to the
        Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair Committee.

  22.   To replace Past Supervisor Ammentorp on the Agriculture/Extension Education
        and Fair Committee. Supervisor Traxler wishes to be on the Agriculture/Extension
        Education and Fair Committee. Motion/second (Sell/Thom) to cast unanimous
        ballot for Supervisor Traxler to be on the Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair
        Committee. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Traxler declared elected to the
        Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair Committee.

  23.   Supervisor McConnell to replace herself on the Agriculture/Extension Education
        and Fair Committee. Supervisor McConnell wishes to continue on this committee.
        Motion/second(Mueller/Guden) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor McConnell
        to replace herself on the Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair Committee. All
        ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor McConnell declared elected to the
        Agriculture/Extension Education and Fair Committee.

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES BOARD 5 MEMBERS

  24.   To replace Past Supervisor Gonyo on the Health & Human Services Board.
        Supervisor Erdmann wishes to be on the Health & Human Services Board.
        Motion/second (Thom/Schroeder) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor
        Erdmann to be on the Health & Human Services Board. All Ayes. Motion carried.
        Supervisor Erdmann declared elected to the Health & Human Services Board.

  25.   Supervisor Dallman to replace himself on the Health & Human Services Board.
        Supervisor Dallman wishes to continue on the board. Motion/second
        (Mueller/Williams) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Dallman to replace
        himself on the Health & Human Services Board. All Ayes. Motion carried.
        Supervisor Dallman declared elected to the Health & Human Services Board.

  26.   Supervisor Guden to replace herself on the Health & Human Services Board.
        Supervisor Guden wishes to continue on the board. Motion/second
        (Priske/Mueller) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Guden to replace herself
        on Health & Human Services Board. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Guden
        declared elected to the Health & Human Services Board.

  27.   Supervisor Priske to replace himself on the Health & Human Services Board.
        Supervisor Priske does not wish to continue on the board. No one else appeared
        to be interested in serving on Health & Human Services Board. Supervisor Priske
        then changed his intentions and agreed to continue on the board. Motion/second
        (Mueller/Schubert) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Priske to replace
        himself on Health & Human Services Board. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor
        Priske declared elected to the Health & Human Services Board.

  28.   Supervisor Mueller to replace himself on the Health & Human Services Board.
        Supervisor Mueller wishes to continue on the board. Motion/second
        (Erdmann/Sell) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Mueller to replace himself
        on Health & Human Services Board. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Mueller
        declared elected to the Health & Human Services Board.

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JUDICIAL/LAW ENFORCEMENT AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE                     4
MEMBERS

  29.     Supervisor Thom to replace himself on the Judicial/Law Enforcement and
          Emergency Management Committee. Supervisor Thom wishes to continue on this
          committee. Motion/second (Guden/Mueller) to cast unanimous ballot for
          Supervisor Thom to replace himself on the Judicial/Law Enforcement and
          Emergency Management Committee. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Thom
          declared elected to the Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management
          Committee.

  30.     Supervisor Schubert to replace herself on the Judicial/Law Enforcement and
          Emergency Management Committee. Supervisor Schubert wishes to continue on
          this committee. Motion/second (Priske/Mueller) to cast unanimous ballot for
          Supervisor Schubert to replace herself on the Judicial/Law Enforcement and
          Emergency Management Committee. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor
          Schubert declared elected to the Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency
          Management Committee.

  31.     Supervisor Sell to replace himself on the Judicial/Law Enforcement and
          Emergency Management Committee. Supervisor Sell wishes to continue on this
          committee. Motion/second (Schubert/Thom) to cast unanimous ballot for
          Supervisor Sell to replace himself on the Judicial/Law Enforcement and
          Emergency Management Committee. All Ayes. Motion carried. Supervisor Sell
          declared elected to the Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management
          Committee.

  32.     Supervisor Schroeder to replace himself on the Judicial/Law Enforcement and
          Emergency Management Committee. Supervisor Schroeder does not wish to
          continue on this committee. Supervisor Zelenski wishes to be on the Judicial/Law
          Enforcement and Emergency Government Committee. Motion/second
          (Priske/Thom) to cast unanimous ballot for Supervisor Zelenski to be on the
          Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee. All Ayes.
          Motion carried. Supervisor Zelenski declared elected to the Judicial/Law
          Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee.

FLOATER

  33.     Chairman Helmer explained that the “Floater” is the supervisor not elected to any
          elected committee and is automatically on the Personnel, Finance and Property &
          Insurance Committees. Supervisor Schroeder declared the “Floater”.

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES

  34.     Chairman Helmer appointed Vice-Chairman Priske and Marge Bostelmann,
          Administrative Coordinator to serve along with him as the Committee on
          Committees.

MINUTES

  35.     Approval of the March 18, 2008 minutes. Motion/second (Schubert/Mueller) to
          approve the minutes of March 18, 2008 as presented. All Ayes. Motion carried.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

   36.   Next meeting date is May 20, 2008 at 6 PM.

   37.   Supervisors will be having lunch with the Government Day Students at the Goose
         Blind at Noon.

   38.   All Supervisors are eligible to receive the Wisconsin Counties Magazine. If any of
         the new Supervisors would like a subscription, please let the County Clerk know
         at the end of the meeting.

   39.   All Supervisors are invited to attend the New and Continuing Supervisors Training
         put on by WCA and UW Extension, but per diem, mileage and any other expenses
         will not be paid by the County as stated in Resolution #2-99. Copies are on your
         desks.

   40.   The WCA 2008 District Meetings notice that was in the packet was for information
         only. The only persons authorized to attend the district meetings is the County
         Board Chair or Vice-Chair.

   41.   The Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee will meet
         during the recess to determine wages for LTE Boat Patrol. They will meet by
         Supervisor Thom’s desk.

CONSERVATION POSTER CONTEST AWARDS 9:30AM

   42.   Jim Hebbe, County Conservationist introduced the 2008 Conservation &
         Environmental Awareness Poster Contest Winners. The theme for this year is
         “Water is Life”. 110 poster entries were received from Berlin High School, Peace
         Lutheran – Green Lake, and St. John’s Catholic – Princeton. There were 6
         divisions and the first place winner in each division will go on to the Lake
         Winnebago Contest later this year. All posters will be displayed at this years
         Green Lake County Fair.

PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 minute limit)

   43.   Rich Slate, Markesan, Barry Rogers, Town Brooklyn, Philip Burkart, Green Lake,
         Jimmy Dahm, representing Heidel House, Ken Bates, Town Green Lake, Dennis
         Galatowitsch, City Princeton and Dusty Walker, Green Lake Chamber all spoke in
         support of the Bicycling Lanes on County Roads.

   44.   Sandy Bremer, Century 21, representing Duane Krueger, spoke in support of the
         Rezoning Ordinance for the Krueger property.

   45.   Todd Hudzenski , Princeton, spoke on concerns for the new Courthouse,
         questioning the County Board’s priorities and encouraging the County Board to
         consider a “green” building.

RECESS


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   46.   Motion/second (Schroeder/Mueller) to recess until 10:25 AM. Coffee and treats
         provided by elected officials in the lower level of the Safety Building.

RECONVENE

   47.   Reconvened 10:25 AM 18 Supervisors present, 1 Absent (Krause, Dist. 18).

PUBLIC COMMENTS (Continued)

   48.   Paul Renaud and Jerry Specht spoke in support of the Bicycling Lanes on County
         Roads.

APPEARANCES

   49.   Tony Soda, Americanism Chairman, American Legion introduced the Government
         Day Students. This is Tony’s 14th year at Government Day and the 47th year
         Green Lake County has had Government Day.

   50.   Andrew Doctor, Markesan High School, reported on the UW Extension Office,
         Land Conservation Department and Information Technology Department.

   51.   Richard Ostertag, Berlin High School, reported on the County Highway
         Department.

   52.   Caitlyn Krenz, Markesan High School, reported on Aging & Long Term Care Unit,
         and Veterans Service Office at Health & Human Services and Fox River Industries.

   53.   Megan Peotter, Berlin High School, reported on the Health Unit and Clinical
         Services Unit at Health & Human Services.

   54.   Emma Reininger, Green Lake High School, reported on Economic Support Unit
         and Children & Family Services at Health & Human Services.

   55.   Stephanie Dougherty, Markesan High School, reported on the County Clerk,
         County Treasurer/Real Property and Child Support.

   56.   Eric Schwandt, Markesan High School, reported on Clerk of Courts, Circuit
         Court/Judge McMonigal and District Attorney.

   57.   Erik Folker, Green Lake High School, reported on Register of Deeds,
         Purchasing/Mail Clerk and Land Use Planning and Zoning.

   58.   Dakin Schultz, Green Lake High School, reported on the Sheriff Department.

   59.   Chairman Helmer thanked Tony Soda for his 14 years of service. Only 1/3 of the
         Counties in Wisconsin celebrate Government Day. Hopefully it will continue here.

   60.   Chairman Helmer thanked the students and schools for participating in this event.

HIGHWAY AUDIT REPORT


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  61.     Jon Troutman, County Auditor, reported on the 2007 Highway Audit and
         answered questions from the Board. Motion/second (Priske/Mueller) to accept
         the 2007 Highway Audit Report. All Ayes. Motion carried.

JERRY SPECHT, BICYCLING LANES ON COUNTY ROADS

  61.     Jerry Specht, appeared urging the County Board to support the Bicycling Lane on
         County Roads, Resolution No. 04-2008. Re-Emphasizing the health benefits,
         economic benefits, and safety benefits for the county. Specht also re-emphasized
         that this years construction would not be included, due to the budget being
         already set for the year 2008.

RESOLUTIONS

  62.    Chairman Helmer asked for a motion to take Resolution No. 04-2008 off the table.
         Motion/second (McConnell/Erdmann) to take Resolution No. 04-2008 off the
         table. All Ayes. Motion carried.

  63.    Resolution No. 04-2008 Relating to Bicycling Lanes on County Roads.
         Motion/second (McConnell/Erdmann) to adopt Resolution No. 04-2008.
         Discussion held. Roll Call vote on Motion to adopt – 11 Ayes, 7 Nays (Henke,
         Schroeder, Schubert, Schweder, Sell, Williams, Zelenski), 1 Absent (Krause).
         Motion passed. Resolution No. 04-2008 passed as adopted.

  64.    Resolution No. 08-2008 Relating to Recognition of Service to the Green Lake
         County Board. Motion/second (Schubert/Thom) to adopt Resolution No. 08-2008.
         Voice Vote – All Ayes. Motion carried.

ORDINANCES

  65.    Ordinance No. 922-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 811-04 Personnel
         Policies and Procedures Manual. Motion/second (Schubert/Guden) to enact
         Ordinance No. 922-2008. Discussion held. Roll Call vote on motion to enact – 18
         Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Krause). Motion passed. Ordinance No. 919-2008 passed
         as enacted.

RECESS

  66.    Motion/second (Stoddard/Guden) to recess until 1:30 PM to eat lunch with the
         Government Day Students. All Ayes. Motion carried.

RECONVENE

  67.    Reconvened 1:30 PM. 18 Supervisors present, 1 Absent (Krause).

ORDINANCES CONTINUED

  68.    Ordinance No. 923-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester –
         Krueger. Motion/second (McConnell/Mueller) to enact Ordinance No. 923-2008.
         Land Use Planning & Zoning recommends denial. Discussion held. Roll Call vote

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          on motion to enact – 5 Ayes, 12 Nays, 1 Absent (Krause), 1 Abstain (Hedberg).
          Motion denied. Ordinance No. 920-2008 rejected.

  69.     Ordinance No. 924-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of the County of Green
          Lake, Article X (Violations and Penalties) §350-68, Chapter 350 Zoning.
          Motion/second (McConnell/Williams) to enact Ordinance No. 924-2008. Land Use
          Planning & Zoning recommends approval. Discussion held. Roll Call vote on
          motion to enact – 18 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Krause).         Motion passed.
          Ordinance No. 924-2008 passed as enacted.

  70.     Ordinance No. 925-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of the County of Green
          Lake, Article XII (Enforcement) §338-41, Chapter 338 Zoning. Motion/second
          (McConnell/Thom) to enact Ordinance No. 925-2008. Land Use Planning & Zoning
          recommends approval. Discussion held. Roll Call vote on motion to enact – 18
          Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Krause).    Motion passed. Ordinance No. 925-2008
          passed as enacted.




DISCUSSION & ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN

  71.     Chairman Helmer asked the new supervisors if they had any questions on the Long
           Range Plan. He explained that there is a $24 million cap. Potter Lawson is the
           architect and is working on the design and development phase of the Justice
           Center and Health & Human Services Department on County Highway A.

REPORTS

  72.     None.

COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

  73.     None.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

  74.     Supervisor Dallman reported on the activities of the Health Advisory Unit.

  75.     Supervisor Guden reported on the activities of the Aging and Long Term Support
          Unit.

  76.     Supervisor Mueller reported on the activities of the Children & Family Support
          Unit.


OTHER MATTERS AUTHORIZED BY LAW

  77.     Chairman Helmer reminded the board that 2008 is the 150th Anniversary of Green
          Lake County. The County will celebrate this at the Green Lake County Fair. Kim
          Zills, UW Extension, is in charge of promotional items for the 150th Anniversary.
          There will be a booth at the fair and perhaps some County Board Supervisors or

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          elected officials can man the booth. If you have any ideas for giveaways, or how
          to celebrate this event at the fair let Kim know. This will be on the agenda for
          May and June. A resolution will have to be passed by the County Board
          authorizing money to be spent on this promotion.

  78.     Supervisor Erdmann announced that the Berlin Library will be having their ribbon
          cutting ceremony tomorrow, April 16, 2008, from 4PM to 6PM. She encouraged
          everyone to come and see the new remodeled library.


COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN MAY

  79.     Chairman Helmer announced that the Committees to report in May will be: Health
          & Human Services: Clinical Services, Economic Support, and Fox River Industries.

ADJOURN

  80.     Motion/second (Schubert/Thom) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

  81.     Meeting adjourned at 2:10 PM.

          Respectfully Submitted,


           Sue Wendt
           Assistant Clerk




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                                     RESOLUTION NO.      04 - 2008

Relating to Bicycling Lanes on County Roads.

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, Duly assembled at its
regular meeting begun on the 15th day of April, 2008, does resolve as follows:

               WHEREAS, Green Lake County has the opportunity to accommodate bicycling on
County roads, and;

               WHEREAS, this bicycling is largely unavailable, particularly to families, those without
the means to transport their bicycles to lesser used roads, and those afraid to ride on highways without
designated bicycle lanes, and;

                WHEREAS, Green Lake County does not currently have a countywide bicycle road
network, and;

                WHEREAS, it would be desirable to have a countywide bicycle road network, and;

                WHEREAS, this proposed countywide bicycle road network was designed by bicyclists
with knowledge of the best Green Lake County bicycling routes, and is intended to provide safe access
to those low traffic town roads and many county park facilities, and;

               WHEREAS, the County Board has a limited ability to induce business investment in the
county; however, the County Board does have the ability to influence those willing to relocate to our
county by investing in and making more accessible those things within the county’s jurisdiction that
make living here more desirable.

Fiscal Impact: Approximately 17% per mile of reconstructed road within the proposed bicycle road
network.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 04-08                  Submitted by Highway Committee

Aye 11, Nay 7, Absent 1, Abstain 0
                                                   /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
                                     th
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 15                  Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
day of April, 2008
                                                   /s/ Carol Z. Myers
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                Carol Z. Myers, Vice-Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                         /s/ Robert Krause
Attest: County Clerk                               Robert Krause
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                   /s/ Dennis Galatowitsch
Corporation Counsel                                Dennis Galatowitsch


                                                   Orville Biesenthal




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Resolution No. 04-2008 Bicycling Lanes on County Roads. Continued.


               NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Board of Supervisors recognize
the proposed countywide bicycle road network map and require that when the identified roads are
reconstructed that they be reconstructed with paved bike shoulders and further, that these bike
shoulders shall be marked with bike lane identification to include at a minimum, pavement painted
bicycle symbols every 1500 feet.


               THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the bike lanes be no less than 3 feet
wide unless otherwise shown on the map as 5 feet wide.

               THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Green Lake County Board of
Supervisors recognizes that the reconstruction of its roads takes place on an as needed and planned
schedule. It is the intent of this resolution that this countywide bicycle road network shall be
accommodated into the existing reconstruction schedule.




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                                       Resolution No. 08-2008

Relating to: Recognition of Service to the Green Lake County Board.
The County Board Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly
assembled at its regular monthly meeting on the 15th day of April, 2008, does resolve as
follows:
       WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Board wishes to go on record recognizing the
loyal and devoted service the following County Board Supervisors have bestowed to the
people of Green Lake County and to formally acknowledge such service given and to
extend the thanks of the people of Green Lake County for the many contributions of
time and effort they have made during their time of office, and the substantial
contribution of good judgement and responsibility in the Government of this county;
      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Green Lake County Board in regular
session on the 15th day of April, 2008 does hereby extend its unqualified appreciation
and gratitude for the service so generously given to the Board by:


       Supervisor Vern Ammentorp                   April 2006-April 2008
       Supervisor Orville Biesenthal               April 1996-April 2008
       Supervisor John Brennan                     April 2002-April 2008
       Supervisor Joe Gonyo                        March 2002-April 2008
       Supervisor Richard Gorr                     April 2004-April 2008
       Supervisor Margaret Hollander               September 1999-April 2008
       Supervisor Carol Z. Myers                   April 2004-April 2008
       Supervisor Dennis Galatowitsch              March 2005-April 2008


Resolution No, 08- 2008
                                                 Submitted by Administrative Committee
 Aye 18, Nay 0, Absent 1, Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
 Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 15th             Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
 day of April, 2008
                                                 /s/ Daniel G. Priske
 /s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Daniel G. Priske
 County Board Chairman

 /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Michael Stoddard
 Attest: County Clerk                            Michael Stoddard
 Approved as to Form:

 /s/ John Selsing                                /s/ Gene Thom
 Corporation Counsel                             Gene Thom

                                                 /s/ John Brennan
                                                 John Brennan




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                                        ORDINANCE NO. 922-2008

Relating to Amending Ordinance #811-04, Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly
assembled at its regular meeting begun on the 15th day of April, 2008, does ordain as follows:

The Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual be amended as follows:

Add: Green Lake County Worksite Wellness Guidelines
     “Green Lake County is dedicated to providing a work environment that supports and encourages
employee and workplace health. To that purpose, Green Lake County encourages healthy eating habits,
physical activity and employee participation in worksite wellness programs. Green Lake County offers an
Employee Assistance Program to promote mental and emotional health.”

Amend Section III Recruitment and Application Procedures
       Subsection Department Staff Shortage or Emergency Employment
Change 2nd to last line: “In no event shall the employment of such an individual be allowed to exceed a
two (2) week period.” to read “The employment of such an individual shall be for a two (2) week period.
In the event circumstances warrant additional employment beyond a two (2) week period, the Department
Head must obtain authorization from the governing committee and the Personnel Committee Chairperson
prior to such an extension. Extensions may be authorized for up to twelve (12) weeks per approval.
Cumulative extension which exceed one (1) year must be approved by the County Board.”

“Budgeted Limited Term Employees shall follow the same procedure as for regular new hires, except for
repeat hires.”

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that this Ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication.



Roll Call on Ordinance No. 922-08                Submitted by Personnel Committee

Aye 18 , Nay 0 , Absent 1 , Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ John Brennan
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 15th              John Brennan, Chairman
day
of April, 2008
                                                 /s/ Margaret Hollander
Orrin W. Helmer                                  Margaret Hollander, Vice-Chair
County Board Chairman

Margaret R. Bostelmann                           /s/ Bob Krause
Attest: County Clerk                             Bob Krause
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                 /s/ Elden Dallman
Corporation Counsel                              Elden Dallman

                                                 /s/ Gene Schroeder
                                                 Gene Schroeder



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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 923-2008


Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Manchester
               Owners: Duane and Marie Krueger

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 15th day of April, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-6 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Manchester, be amended from A-
1 Exclusive Agriculture District to R-1 Single Family Residence District.

       W3231 CTH S, Parcel #012-0189-0000, Part of the E½ of the NW¼ of the NW¼ of Section
       11, T14N R12E, Town of Manchester, (±1.00 Acre to be identified by certified survey map)

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-6 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:                   Approval    X
Denial


Roll Call on Ordinance No.923-2008              Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                Zoning
Ayes 5, Nay 12 , Absent 1, Abstain 1

                                                /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 15th             Susan McConnell, Chairman
day of April, 2008
                                                /s/ Wallace Williams
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Wallace Williams, Vice Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Gus Mueller
Attest: County Clerk                            Gus Mueller
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                               /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       Howard Sell


                                                Orville Biesenthal




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                                     Ordinance No. 924-2008

                                      GREEN LAKE COUNTY
                               SHORELAND PROTECTION ORDINANCE

                                SUMMARY OF CHANGES - Article XII

The administration and enforcement of Chapter 338 of the County Code, County Shoreland
Protection Ordinance is mandated under Chapter 59 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The administration
and enforcement is provided through the County Land Use Planning and Zoning Department.
Pursuant to Chapter 338, the intent and purpose of this ordinance is to further the maintenance of
safe and healthful conditions; prevent and control water pollution; protect spawning grounds, fish
and aquatic life; control building sites, placement of structure and land use and reserve shore cover
and natural beauty. The Shoreland Protection Ordinance applies to all unincorporated areas of
Green Lake County as defined in Chapter 59.692 (1)(b) as being the area between the ordinary high
water mark of navigable waters for the following distances:

       1) One thousand feet (1,000’) from a lake, pond or flowage. If the navigable water is a
          glacial pothole lake, this distance shall be measured from the high water mark of the
          lake.
       2) Three hundred feet (300’) from a river or stream or to the landward side of the
          floodplain, whichever distance is greater.

Changes affecting Article XII are:

       Clarification throughout Article XII, that the landowner is the responsible party for activity
that occurs on their property and/or others that may be under the direction of the landowner.

       Add § 338-41.1. B.; that describes and clarifies the role of the County Corporation Counsel.

       Change § 338-41.1. C.; forfeiture for a violation; delete $10 to $2,000 per day and add $10
to $5,000 per day.

       § 338-41.2. has been deleted and recreated to
                     1) establish conditions for issuance of a stop work order, as stated in § 338-
                         41.2. A. and B.
                     2) added § 338-41.2. C. to clarify notification of the stop-work order.
                     3) added § 338-41.2. D. to clarify posting of the stop-work order
                         card.
                     4) added § 338-41.2. E. to allow for a stop-work order during and until
                         County Board of Adjustment or Court action is finalized.

The most significant change to ARTICLE XII, allows the Land Use Planning and Zoning Department
to issue a stop-work order for violations under the Shoreland Protection Ordinance in the same
manner as the Zoning Ordinance.

18 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent, 0 Abstain                 Submitted by Land Use Planning and Zoning
Passed and Enacted this 15th Day of                  Committee
April, 2008

The full text of this ordinance may be viewed in the Chapter 338, Code of Green Lake
County on line at www.co.green-lake.wi.us under County Clerk.

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                                      Ordinance No. 925-2008

                                        GREEN LAKE COUNTY
                                        ZONING ORDINANCE

                                   SUMMARY OF CHANGES - Article X

The administration and enforcement of the Chapter 350 of the County Code, County Zoning
Ordinance is provided for under Chapter 59 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The administration and
enforcement is provided through the County Land Use Planning and Zoning Department. Pursuant
to Chapter 350, the purpose of this ordinance is to promote comfort, health, safety, morals,
prosperity, aesthetics and general welfare of Green Lake County.

The County Zoning Ordinance applies to the Towns of Berlin, Brooklyn, Green Lake, Mackford,
Manchester and Marquette.

Changes affecting Article X are:

       Clarification throughout Article X, that the landowner is the responsible party for activity that
occurs on their property and/or others that may be under the direction of the landowner.

       Add § 350-70. B.; that describes and clarifies the role of the County Corporation Counsel.

       Change § 350-70.; C. forfeiture for a violation; delete $10 to $2,000 per day and add $10 to
$5,000 per day.

       § 350-70. has been deleted and recreated to
                     5) establish conditions for issuance of a stop work order, as stated in § 350-
                        70. A. and B.
                     6) added § 350-70. C. to clarify notification of the stop-work order.
                     7) added § 350-70. D. to clarify posting of the stop-work order
                        card.
                     8) added § 350-70. E. to allow for a stop-work order during and until County
                        Board of Adjustment or Court action is finalized.

18 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent, 0 Abstain                 Submitted by Land Use Planning and
Passed and Enacted this 15th Day of                  Zoning Committee
April, 2008

The full text of this ordinance may be viewed in the Chapter 350, Code of Green Lake
County on line at www.co.green-lake.wi.us under County Clerk.




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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the regular County Board meeting held on the
20th day of May, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
25th day of July, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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        GREEN LAKE COUNTY

       BOARD PROCEEDINGS

          REGULAR SESSION

          May 20, 2008

          The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular session, Tuesday, May 20,
          2008, at 6 PM in the County Board Room, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman. Roll Called, 18 Supervisors present, 1
Absent (Traxler, Jr. Dist. 13).


                                    Supervisor                  Supervisor Districts
                                    Orrin W. Helmer                  1
                                    Wallace Williams                 2
                                    Eugene Henke                     3
                                    Elden Dallman                    4
                                    Alma Hedberg                     5
                                    Howard Sell                      6
                                    Maureen Schweder                 7
                                    John A. Zelenski                 8
                                    Gus Mueller                      9
                                    Daniel Priske                   10
                                    Susan E. McConnell              11
                                    Eugene Schroeder                12
                                    Debra A. Schubert               14
                                    Michael R. Stoddard             15
                                    Roberta A. Erdmann              16
                                    Joanne Guden                    17
                                    Robert Krause                   18
                                    Gene Thom                       19


       CALL TO ORDER

        The Clerk read the Call.

                      NOTICE GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday, the 20th day of May, 2008, 6 PM for the regular meeting of the Board.
Regular Monthly business to be transacted include:
                 Call to Order
                 Roll Call
                 Reading of the Call
                 Pledge of Allegiance
                 Minutes
                 Announcements
                 Public Comments (3 min limit)
                 Appearances
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                  Correspondence
                  Long Range Plan Discussion
                  Resolutions:
                      • Relating to Reclassification of Highway Union Cost Accounting Clerk II
                         position to a Non-Union Administrative Assistant position.
                      • Relating to the Creation of a Community Response Social Worker Position .
                 Ordinances:
                      •   Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 811-04 Personnel Policies and
                          Procedures Manual – Internal Recruitment Procedures.
                      •   Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County Chapter 197 – Parks
                          and Recreation.
                 Reports
                 Hearings
                 Committee Appointments
                      •   Approval of Committee Appointments by Committee on Committees
                      •   Board of Adjustment
                 150th Sesquicentennial promotion
                 Committee Reports – Health & Human Services
                      •   Clinical Unit
                      •   Economic Unit
                      •   Fox River Industries
                 Future Agenda Items for Action & Discussion
                  And such other business as may properly come before the Board of Supervisors.
The Several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing or acting upon
matters which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
                  Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin, this 9th day of May, 2008.
                  Margaret R. Bostelmann,
                  (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk

       PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    1. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

    MINUTES

    2. Approval of the April 15, 2008 minutes. Supervisor Erdmann noted correction to #7 page
       3, should say Roberts Rules of Order (Revised), and #78 page 12, correct the spelling of
       Erdmann and delete the word blue. Motion/second (Schubert/Mueller) to approve the
        minutes of April 15, 2008 as corrected. All Ayes. Motion carried.

    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    3. Next meeting date is June 17, 2008 at 6 PM.

    4. Resolution No. 08-2008 passed last month, listed Supervisor Vern Ammentorp’s term of
        office as January 2006 to April 2008. It was corrected to April 2006 to April 2008 when it
        was sent to the paper.

    5. Any Supervisors that want to attend the Wisconsin Counties Association Convention,
        October 12-14, 2008, needs to turn in their reservations to the County Clerk’s office by the


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    August 19, 2008 County Board meeting, so that we can mail them in together in order to
    receive a discount.

6. All Supervisors who have not turned in a copy of their 2008 car insurance, to the County
    Clerk, need to do so as soon as possible. In order for you to get paid mileage, we need a
    copy on record for the County insurance company.


PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 minute limit)

7. None.

APPEARANCES

8. None.

CORRESPONDENCE

9. Letter from Andrew M. Schuster, Director, Department of Veterans Affairs, regarding our
    application for a County Veterans Service Grant for 2008 that was approved in the amount
    of $8,500.00. A check in that amount will be forwarded within the next couple of weeks to
    the County Veterans Service Office.

10. Letter from Susan E. Pfeiffer, Director, Department of Workforce Development, Family
    Supports Division, regarding Child Support Agency Award – Certificate of Excellence
    presented to Judy Street, Child Support Administrator. Congratulations to Green Lake
    County Child Support Agency for your child support program performance. Your county is
    one of ten county child support agencies to receive the Certificate of Excellence for 2007.
    Awards were presented to child support agencies that demonstrated excellence in the areas
    of Paternity Establishment, Court Order Establishment, Collections on Arrears Cases, and
    Collections on Current Support. On behalf of the Department of Workforce Development
    and Wisconsin’s Children, thank you for a job well done!

11. Letter from National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Wisconsin
    Affiliate. The Wisconsin Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (WEAFCS)
    Awards Committee is pleased to recognize Margaret (Jean) Hollander of Green Lake County
    for receiving the Friend of Wisconsin Extension Association of Family consumer Sciences
    Award. Jean was recognized by WEAFCS as a recipient of this award at the 2008 Joint
    Council of Extension Professionals-Wisconsin Annual Conference held recently in Eau Claire.
    Please join WEAFCS in congratulating Jean for her outstanding efforts in support of
    Extension programming.

DISCUSSION & ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN

12. Supervisor Thom, Property & Insurance Committee Chair, stated that Joy Waterbury wrote
    an excellent article in last weeks paper, that pretty well brings everyone up to date. Last
    Tuesday, the Property & Insurance Committee approved the soil testing contract. The
    testing will be done in the next few days and results will be here at the end of June.

RESOLUTIONS


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13. Resolution No. 09-2008 Relating to Reclassification of Highway Union Cost Accounting Clerk
    II position to a Non-Union Administrative Assistant Position.               Motion/second
    (Henke/Mueller) to adopt Resolution No. 09-2008. Discussion Held. Motion/second
    (Krause/Priske) to amend the “Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved” to read: “Now,
    Therefore, Be It Resolved, that the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors authorizes
    that the AFSCME Local 514 full-time Cost Accounting Clerk II position be replace by a non-
    union 40 hour per week, Administrative Assistant position in the Highway Department as
    described in the attached job description.” Roll Call on motion to amend – 18 Ayes, 0
    Nays, 1 Absent (Traxler, Jr.) Motion passed. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 18 Ayes, 0
    Nays, 1 Absent (Traxler, Jr.). Motion passed. Resolution No. 09-2008 adopted as
    amended.

14. Resolution No. 10-2008 Relating to the Creation of a Community Response Social Worker
    Position. Motion/second (Guden/Dallman) to adopt Resolution No. 10-2008. Roll Call on
    motion to adopt – 18 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Traxler, Jr.). Motion passed. Resolution No.
    10-2008 passed as adopted.

ORDINANCES

15. Ordinance No. 926-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 811-04 Personnel Policies
    and Procedures Manual – Internal Recruitment Procedures.                Motion/second
    (Schroeder/Dallman) to enact Ordinance No. 926-2008. Roll Call on motion to enact – 18
    ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Traxler, Jr.). Motion passed. Ordinance No. 926-2008 passed as
    enacted.

16. Ordinance No. 927-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County Chapter
    187- Parks and Recreation. Motion/second (Henke/Hedberg) to enact Ordinance No. 927-
    2008. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to enact – 18 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Traxler,
    Jr.). Ordinance No. 927-2008 passed as enacted.

REPORTS

17. None.

HEARINGS

18. None.

COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

19. Committee Appointments by the Committee on Committees. Motion/second
    (Schubert/Guden) to approve the Committee Appointments by the Committee on
    Committees. All Ayes. Motion carried.

20. Chairman Helmer, with the Board’s approval reappoints Shirley Parker to a three year term
    on the Board of Adjustment ending 6/30/2011. Motion/second (Priske/Mueller) to approve
    the reappointment of Shirley Parker to a three year term on the Board of Adjustment
    ending 6/30/2011. All Ayes. Motion carried.

150th SESQUICENTENNIAL PROMOTION


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21. Chairman Helmer announced that the Administrative Committee is meeting with Kim Zills,
    Extension on June 2nd to discuss promotional items to present to children and adults, for
    the Sesquicentennial celebration at the County Fair. Any suggestions you may have, please
    give to the committee before the June 2nd meeting.

22. Supervisor Erdmann also announced that the 6 Historical Societies in the county are coming
    together to help celebrate the Sesquicentennial and will have a booth at the fair.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

23. Supervisor Guden, reported on the activities of the Health & Human Services Clinical Unit.

24. Supervisor Priske reported on the activities of the Health & Human Services Economic Unit.

25. Supervisor Dallman reported on the activities of Fox River Industries.

COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN JUNE

26. Chairman Helmer announced the committees to report in June: Highway, Judicial/Law
    Enforcement and Finance.

OTHER MATTERS AUTHORIZED BY LAW

27. Supervisor McConnell commented on the letter from Terry Mulville, regarding the Solarwall
    and would like it forwarded to Potter Lawson and the Samuel’s Group. The County Clerk
    reported that all “green technologies” information received by the County is automatically
    forwarded to Potter Lawson and the Samuel’s Group, and they are considering all
    information and will be bringing a report to the County Board.

ADJOURN

28. Motion/second (Stoddard/Schubert) to adjourn.

29. Meeting adjourned 6:57 PM.

              Respectfully Submitted,


               Sue Wendt
               Assistant Clerk




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                                     RESOLUTION 09 - 2008

Relating to Reclassification of Highway Union Cost Accounting Clerk II position to and
Non-Union Administrative Assistant position

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 20th day of May 2008, does resolve as follows:

WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Highway Committee has reviewed the job description for the
Highway Union Cost Accounting Clerk II and the changing requirements of the Highway
Department, and

WHEREAS, after reviewing the position the Highway Committee has determined the need for a
confidential Administrative Assistant; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors
authorizes that the AFSCME Local 514 full-time Cost Accounting Clerk II position be replaced by a
non-union Administrative Assistant position in the Highway Department as described in the attached
job description, and

Job description attached
Fiscal note attached


Roll Call on Resolution No. 09-08                Submitted by Highway Committee

Aye , Nay , Absent , Abstain
                                                 /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
                                    th
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 20                Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
day of May, 2008
                                                 /s/ Eugene Henke
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                              Eugene Henke
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                       /s/ Robert Krause
Attest: County Clerk                             Robert Krause
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                 /s/ Alma Hedberg
Corporation Counsel                              Alma Hedberg




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                                     RESOLUTION NUMBER 10 - 2008

RELATING TO THE CREATION OF A COMMUNITY RESPONSE SOCIAL WORKER POSITION

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its regular
meeting begun on the 20th of May 2008, does resolve as follows:

  WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Department of Health & Human Services applied for and has been
awarded a 3-year $50,000/year grant from the Wisconsin Children’s Trust Fund; and

   WHEREAS, this grant, which is a coordinated project between Green Lake and Marquette Counties,
involves creation of a Social Worker position who will empower/strengthen family functioning; and

   WHEREAS, the purpose of the Alternative Response grant sometimes called differential response or
community partnerships, will build community coordinating structures that oversee comprehensive services
providing critical circles of support for challenged families and children in Marquette and Green Lake Counties;
and,

  WHEREAS, Resolution Number 24-2006 authorized the creation of this position as a limited term
employee; and,

   WHEREAS, a total of 158 families have been referred to the Community Response Social Worker within
Green Lake and Marquette Counties as of March 1, 2008 of which approximately 22 cases consisting of 40
adults and 47 children are open;

   NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors authorizes the
continuation of a full-time LTE Community Response Social Worker position for an additional year.

See attached fiscal note and job description.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 10- 08               Submitted by Health & Human Services Board

With the recommendation to Approve/Disapprove

Aye 18, Nay 0,Absent 1, Abstain 0.                         /s/ Elden Dallman
                                                                  Elden Dallman, Chairman

Passed and Adopted/Rejected this
20th of May 2008                                           /s/ Dan Priske
                                                                 Dan Priske, Member

/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                         /s/ Bobbie Erdmann
County Board Chairman                                     Bobbie Erdmann, Member

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                                 /s/ Nolan Wallenfang
ATTEST: County Clerk                                      Nolan Wallenfang, Vice Chairman
Approved as to Form

/s/ John Selsing                                            /s/ Gus Mueller
Assistant Corporation Counsel                             Gus Mueller, Member

/s/ Bob Malchetwske                                       /s/ Joanne Guden
Bob Malchetske, Member                                            Joanne Guden, Member

/s/ Ruth Topham                                           /s/ Cinday Skipchak
Ruth Topham, Member                                       Cindy Skipchak, Secretary


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                                         ORDINANCE NO. 926-2008

Relating to Amending Ordinance #811-04, Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual – Internal Recruitment
Procedures

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly
assembled at its regular meeting begun on the 20th day of May, 2008, does ordain as follows:

The Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual be amended as follows:

Amend Section III Recruitment and Application Procedures
Add before Recruitment:

Internal Recruitment Procedures

        When the County has determined that a vacancy should be refilled, the County will provide an
opportunity for current County employees to apply for the position prior to making a public announcement
of the vacancy. Should the vacancy be a position designated as part of a union affiliation, contractual
posting procedures will be first utilized. For all non-union and contractually posted vacancies, the following
procedures will be followed:

   1. The position vacancy will be posted outside of the Clerk’s office, stating the title, department, pay
      range, qualifications and the place and last date to file applications.
   2. Any employee from any union or non-union group may apply.
   3. Postings shall be for a period of three (3) working days.
   4. Candidates must complete a county application form and provide a resume.
   5. Any candidate(s) may be rejected by the designated screening committee.
   6. Should an internal employee be selected, that person will serve a 6-month probationary period.
      Additionally, should the person fail to complete the required probationary period, that person will
      not be eligible to return to his/her former position and will be dismissed.

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that this Ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication.




Roll Call on Ordinance No. 926 -2008                        Submitted by Personnel Committee:


Ayes 18, Nays 0 , Absent 1, Abstain 0                       /s/ Gene Schroeder
                                                            Gene Schroeder, Chair
Passed and Enacted/Rejected this 20th day
of May, 2008.                                               /s/ Elden Dallman
                                                            Elden Dallman, Vice-Chair

/s/ Orrin W Helmer                                          /s/ Bob Krause
County Board Chairman                                       Bob Krause

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                                  /s/ Howard Sell
ATTEST: County Clerk                                                Howard Sell
Approve as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                            /s/ Maureen Schweder
Corporation Counsel                                         Maureen Schweder
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                                    ORDINANCE 927 - 2008

Relating to Ordinance amending the Code of Green Lake County Chapter 187 – Parks
and Recreation

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 20th day of May, 2008, does ordain as follows:
        The Code of the County of Green Lake, Chapter 187, to be amended as follows:

Amend Article II Section 187-4 Location: Add: The placing of bathing beach markers in Green Lake
County in the water in front of the property owned by Green Lake County known as Spring Lake
Park, Town of Kingston, shall be located according to the sketch attached hereto and made a part of
this article depicting distance and direction adjacent to that part of Fractional Section 23 Town 14
West, Range 11 East, lying in the Town of Kingston.

Amend Article III Section 187-9 Regulations Established Amend K: Add: Disc golf will be allowed at
Zobel Memorial Park and fund raising will be allowed to support the disc golf course.

Amend Article III Section 187-9 Regulations Established Amend P: All refuse and other waste
materials produced while on County park or recreational area grounds shall be disposed of in the
containers provided for that purpose in accordance with Chapter 235, Article I, Disposal of Garbage
and other Waste.
 To read:
         No person shall bring in or dump, deposit or leave any bottles, broken glass, ashes, paper,
boxes, cans, dirt, rubbish, waste, garbage or refuse or their trash. No refuse or trash shall be
placed in any waters in or contiguous to any park or left anywhere on the grounds. All rubbish or
waste shall be carried away from the park by the person responsible for its presence and properly
disposed of elsewhere.

         BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that in all other respects, Chapter 187 remains the same and is
in full force.

Roll Call on Ordinance No. 927- 2008
                                                  Submitted by Highway Committee
Aye 18 , Nay 0 , Absent 1 , Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 20th               Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
day of May, 2008
                                                  /s/ Eugene Henke
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                               Eugene Henke
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Robert Krause
Attest: County Clerk                              Robert Krause
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                  /s/ Alma Hedberg
Corporation Counsel                               Alma Hedberg

 The entire ordinance can be viewed in Chapter 187 of the code of Green Lake County on line at
 www.co.green-lake.wi.us under county clerk.


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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the regular County Board meeting held on the
17th day of June, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
25th day of July, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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        GREEN LAKE COUNTY

          BOARD PROCEEDINGS

          REGULAR SESSION

          June 17, 2008

          The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular session,
          Tuesday, June 17, 2008, at 6 PM in the County Board Room, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman. Roll Called, 18 Supervisors present, 1
Absent (Mueller, Dist. 9)


                                    Supervisor                  Supervisor Districts
                                    Orrin W. Helmer                  1
                                    Wallace Williams                 2
                                    Eugene Henke                     3
                                    Elden Dallman                    4
                                    Alma Hedberg                     5
                                    Howard Sell                      6
                                    Maureen Schweder                 7
                                    John A. Zelenski                 8
                                    Gus Mueller                      9 6:18PM
                                    Daniel Priske                   10
                                    Susan E. McConnell              11
                                    Eugene Schroeder                12
                                    Thomas W. Traxler, Jr.          13
                                    Debra A. Schubert               14
                                    Michael R. Stoddard             15
                                    Roberta A. Erdmann              16
                                    Joanne Guden                    17
                                    Robert Krause                   18
                                    Gene Thom                       19


       CALL TO ORDER

        The Clerk read the Call.

                      NOTICE GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday, the 17th day of June, 2008, 6 PM for the regular meeting of the Board.
Regular Monthly business to be transacted include:
                 Call to Order
                 Roll Call
                 Reading of the Call
                 Pledge of Allegiance
                 Minutes
                 Announcements
                 Public Comments (3 min limit)

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                  Appearances
                      • David Anderson, PFM Group
                      • Kurt Berner, Samuels Group
                  Correspondence
                  Long Range Plan Discussion
                  Resolutions:
                      • Relating to Appropriating Funds for Sesquicentennial Commemorative
                         Keepsakes.
                      • Relating to Cancellation of Outstanding Checks – Treasurer
                      • Relating to Amending Civil Process Fees
                      • Relating to Amending Jail Related Fees
                      • Relating to Increasing of Project Size and Cost of County A Building Project.
                 Ordinances:
                      •   Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake – Badger Mining
                      •   Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA 1
                      •   Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA 2
                      •   Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA 3
                      •   Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA 4
                      •   Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – Myers
                      •   Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Marquette – Radtke
                      •   Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County, Chapter 350,
                          Zoning.
                 Out of State Conference – Health Unit
                 Reports
                 Hearings
                 Committee Appointments
                      •   Board of Adjustment
                      th
                 150 Sesquicentennial promotion
                 Committee Reports – Health & Human Services
                      •   Highway
                      •   Judicial/Law Enforcement
                      •   Finance
                 Future Agenda Items for Action & Discussion
                  And such other business as may properly come before the Board of Supervisors.
The Several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing or acting upon
matters which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
                  Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin, this 11th day of June, 2008.
                  Margaret R. Bostelmann,
                  (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk

       PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    1. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

    MINUTES

    2. Approval of the May 20, 2008 minutes. The May minutes were incomplete, so they will be
        approved at the August, 19, 2009 meeting.

    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    3. Next meeting date is August 19, 2008 at 6 PM.
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4. Any Supervisors that want to attend the Wisconsin Counties Association Convention,
    October 12-14, 2008, needs to turn in their reservations to the County Clerk’s office by the
    August 19, 2008 County Board meeting, so that we can mail them in together in order to
    receive a discount.

5. All Supervisors who have not turned in a copy of their 2008 car insurance, to the County
    Clerk, need to do so as soon as possible. In order for you to get paid mileage, we need a
    copy on record for the County insurance company.

PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 minute limit)

6. Richard Miller, Town of Green Lake thanked Supervisor Priske and Vern Ammentorp for
    watering the flowers at the Veteran’s graves. Disappointed notice was not seen for Special
    P&I meeting. Also public comments were left off the notice. Vote down proposal for
    changes to County A project. Hold line at 24 million.

7. Vern Ammentorp, Town of Princeton, handed out a letter to the board before the meeting.
    $30,500 for design service, what is it for? Kurt Berner says we can hold it at $24 million.

8. Carol Z. Myers, Town of Brooklyn, regarding a 24 acre rezone she and her husband applied
    for. They are selling their property and 24 acres are non-conforming and they want to
    make it conforming Ag 2. There is a petition against the rezone. Ask the Board to vote for
    the rezone, as the Zoning Committee has approved it and Town of Brooklyn has approved
    it.

9. Bruce Gebhart, Town of Brooklyn spoke against the rezoning of the 24 acres. It is zoned
    as Ag 1 and his property borders it on the North and West. Also the airport is not zoned
    legally.

10. Sharon Gebhart, Town of Brooklyn, spoke against the rezoning of the 24 acres as it does
    not meet the criteria to be agriculture land.

11. Motion/second (Priske/Krause) to seat Supervisor Mueller at 6:18PM. All Ayes. Motion
    carried. 19 Supervisors present.

12. Marty Layman, representing Badger Mining rezoning, stated that the rezone was proposed
    for safety. Thanks to the zoning committee for their approval.

APPEARANCES

13. David Anderson, PFM Group, explained to the County Board different ways to finance the
    building project and answered questions from the Board.

14. Kurt Berner, Samuels Group explained the reasoning behind Resolution 15-2008, to
    increase project size and cost for County A Building Project. He also answered questions
    from the Board.

CORRESPONDENCE

15. Letter from WCA President, Lee Rymer regarding Nominations for WCA Second Vice
    President. Any county supervisor or executive from a member county is eligible to serve as
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    an officer of WCA. All letters and resumes should be submitted to WCA Nominating
    Committee 22 E Mifflin Street, Suite 900, Madison, WI 53703 by Friday July 11, 2008.
    Presidential Appointments to the WCA Board of Directors and WCA Steering Committee
    Nominations. These positions will be appointed at the October conference. If interested in
    serving, please complete the attached form and submit to the WCA office by Friday, August
    22, 2008. All steering Committee Nominations must be approved by your County Board
    Chair. If you are currently serving on a steering committee, you must reapply.

16. Letter from Department of Workforce Development regarding upcoming improvements to
    Wisconsin’s Employment and Training Services.

17. Letter from Sheriff Mark Podoll and Emergency Management Director Gary Podoll regarding
    the formation of an ADHOC committee to review information put together by Motorola for
    phase 2 of the study of the radio infrastructure in Green Lake County, and then determine
    what Green Lake County needs to achieve this goal, along with the cost. This is for
    information only and a committee will not be appointed tonight.

DISCUSSION & ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN

18. Supervisor Thom, Property & Insurance Committee Chair, stated that Kurt Berner did a fine
    job of explaining increasing the size of the County A project. Thom feels that increasing
    the size at this time, is the right thing to do.

RESOLUTIONS

19. Resolution No. 11-2008 Relating to Appropriating Funds for Sesquicentennial
    Commemorative Keepsakes. Motion/second (Priske/Stoddard) to adopt Resolution No. 11-
    2008. Discussion Held. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 19 Ayes, 0 Nays, 0 Absent Motion
    passed. Resolution No. 11-2008 passed as adopted.

20. Resolution No. 12-2008 Relating to Cancellation of Outstanding Checks – Treasurer.
    Motion/second (Schubert/Priske) to adopt Resolution No. 12-2008. Roll Call on motion to
    adopt – 19 Ayes, 0 Nays, 0 Absent     Motion passed. Resolution No. 12-2008 passed as
    adopted.

21. Resolution No. 13-2008     Relating to Amending Civil Process Fees. Motion/second
    (Thom/Traxler) to adopt Resolution No. 13-2008. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to
    adopt – 19 Ayes, 0 Nays, 0 Absent. Motion passed. Resolution No. 13-2008 passed as
    adopted.

22. Resolution No. 14-2008        Relating to Amending Jail Related Fees. Motion/second
    (Schubert/Sell) to adopt Resolution No. 14-2008. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 19 Ayes, 0
    Nays, 0 Absent. Motion passed. Resolution No. 13-2008 passed as adopted.

23. Resolution No. 15-2008 Relating to Increasing of Project Size and Cost of County A
    Building Project. Motion/second (Traxler/Stoddard) to adopt Resolution No. 15-2008.
    Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 12 Ayes, 7 Nays (Dallman, Hedberg,
    Henke, Schubert, Schweder, Sell, Williams), 0 Absent. Motion passed. Resolution No. 15-
    2008 passed as adopted.


ORDINANCES

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24. Ordinance No. 928-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake – Badger Mining.
    Motion/second (Traxler,Erdmann) to enact Ordinance No. 928-2008. Land Use Planning &
    Zoning recommends approval. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to enact – 19 ayes, 0
    Nays, 0 Absent. Motion passed. Ordinance No. 928-2008 passed as enacted.

25. Ordinance No. 929-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA 1.
    Motion/second (McConnell/Traxler) to enact Ordinance No. 929-2008. Land Use Planning &
    Zoning recommend denial. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to enact – 0 Ayes, 19
    Nays, 0 Absent. Ordinance No. 929-2008 Rejected.

26. Ordinance No. 930-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA 2.
    Motion/second (Traxler/Sell) to enact Ordinance No. 930-2008. Land Use Planning &
    Zoning recommend denial. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to enact – 0 Ayes, 19
    Nays, 0 Absent. Ordinance No. 930-2008 Rejected.

27. Ordinance No. 931-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA 3.
    Motion/second (Traxler/McConnell) to enact Ordinance No. 931-2008. Land Use Planning &
    Zoning recommend denial. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to enact – 0 Ayes, 19
    Nays, 0 Absent. Ordinance No. 931-2008 Rejected.

28. Ordinance No. 932-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA 4.
    Motion/second (Traxler/McConnell) to enact Ordinance No. 932-2008. Land Use Planning &
    Zoning recommend denial. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to enact – 0 Ayes, 19
    Nays, 0 Absent. Ordinance No. 932-2008 Rejected.

29. Ordinance No. 933-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – Myers.
    Motion/second (Erdmann/McConnell) to enact Ordinance No. 933-2008. Land Use Planning
    & Zoning recommend approval. Discussion held. Chairman Helmer announced that the
    Clerk received a petition against the rezoning. Selsing certified that the petition meets the
    requirement for the ¾ vote. This needs a ¾ vote to pass. Roll Call on motion to enact –
    10 Ayes, 9 Nays (Dallman, Guden, Hedberg, Henke, Priske, Schubert, Sell, Williams,
    Zelenski), 0 Absent. Ordinance No. 933-2008 rejected.

30. Ordinance No. 934-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Marquette – Radtke.
    Motion/second (McConnell/Sell) to enact Ordinance No. 929-2008. Land Use Planning &
    Zoning recommend approval. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to enact – 19 Ayes, 0
    Nays, 0 Absent. Ordinance No. 929-2008 passed as enacted.

31. Ordinance No. 935-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County, Chapter
    350. Motion/second (Traxler/Erdmann) to enact Ordinance No. 935-2008. Land Use
    Planning & Zoning recommend approval. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to enact –
    19 Ayes, 0 Nays, 0 Absent. Ordinance No. 935-2008 passed as enacted.

OUT OF STATE CONFERENCE – HEALTH UNIT

32. Letter on Supervisors desk from HHS Health Unit requesting permission for Kathy Munsey,
    County Health Director, to attend the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual
    Convention in San Diego, CA, in October. Funding has been received from the Fox Valley
    Public Health Preparedness Consortium grant funding. No tax levy will be used.
    Motion/second (Thom/Stoddard) to approve sending Kathy Munsey to the APHA
    Convention in San Diego, CA. in October. All Ayes. Motion carried.

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REPORTS

33. None.

HEARINGS

34. None.

COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

35. Chairman Helmer, with the Board’s approval reappoints Roger Ladwig to a three year term
    as Alternate on the Board of Adjustment ending 6/30/2011.                Motion/second
    (Stoddard/Priske) to approve the reappointment of Roger Ladwig to a three year term, as
    Alternate, on the Board of Adjustment ending 6/30/2011. All Ayes. Motion carried.

150th SESQUICENTENNIAL PROMOTION

36. None

COMMITTEE REPORTS

37. Gene Henke, Vice-Chair Highway Committee, reported on the activities of the Highway
    Department. Highway Commissioner, Bob Podgorski, presented a slide show of the areas
    flooded in Green Lake County with much damage in the Southern part of the County.

38. Sheriff Podoll, also reported on the activities during the flood and the on going process
    relating to the rising Fox River.

39. Supervisor Priske will report on Finance at the August meeting.

COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN AUGUST

40. Chairman Helmer announced the committees to report in August will be: VSO, Personnel,
    Property & Insurance and Finance.

OTHER ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

41. None.

ADJOURN

42. Motion/second (Schubert/Stoddard) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

43. Meeting adjourned at 8:45 PM

               Respectfully Submitted,


                Sue Wendt
                Assistant Clerk
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                                    RESOLUTION NO. 11-2008

Relating to Appropriating Funds for Sesquicentennial Commemorative Keepsakes

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, Duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 17th day of June, 2008, does resolve as follows:

       WHEREAS, this year is Green Lake County’s 150th Sesquicentennial; and

       WHEREAS, Green Lake County is celebrating the 150th Sesquicentennial at the Green Lake
County Fair, July 31, 2008 through August 3, 2008; and

       WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors has determined that it is
appropriate to hand out commemorative keekpsakes to children and adults commemorating this
event at the County Fair;

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Green Lake County Board appropriate
$500.00 to pay for these promotional items from the 2008 Contingency Fund 08-100-00-58000-000-
000.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 11-08               Submitted by Administrative Committee

Aye 19 , Nay 0 , Absent 0 , Abstain 0
                                                /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 17th             Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
day of June, 2008
                                                /s/ Daniel G. Priske
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Daniel G. Priske
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Michael Stoddard
Attest: County Clerk                            Michael Stoddard
Approved as to Form:

John Selsing                                    /s/ Gene Thom
Corporation Counsel                             Gene Thom

                                                /s/ Eugene Schroeder
                                                Eugene Schroeder




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                                     RESOLUTION NO. 12-2008

Relating to Cancellation of Outstanding Checks

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly
assembled at its regular meeting begun on the 17th day of June, 2008, does resolve as
follows:

       WHEREAS, Five checks issued by the Treasurer of Green Lake County, drawn against the
County’s account at Green Lake State Bank have not been presented for payment by the payees of
said checks in excess of six (6) months since said checks were issued;

        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that said outstanding checks as listed below be
cancelled, and the amounts represented thereby be restored to the County’s general account:

   Check Number               Date of Check        Amount            Payee
        129463                  10-12-07            26.40         Amber Monroe
        129473                  10-12-07            16.00         Samantha Ratterree
        129497                  10-12-07            22.00         Carla Van Rossum
        130506                  12-14-07            28.75         Dennis A Grahn
        130577                  12-14-07            24.50         Irvin G Rivers

                                                   117.65

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution be furnished to the Green Lake State
Bank.
NOTE: The above checks contain the notation “Void after six months”


Resolution No. 12-08                             Submitted by Finance Committee

Aye 19, Nay 0, Absent 0, Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ Dan Priske
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 17th              Dan Priske, Chairman
day of June, 2008
                                                 /s/ Eugene Schroeder
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                              Eugene Schroeder
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                       /s/ Debra Schubert
Attest: County Clerk                             Debra Schubert
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                 /s/ Susan McConnell
Corporation Counsel                              Susan McConnell

                                                 /s/ Alma Hedberg
                                                 Alma Hedberg




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                                    Resolution Number 13-2008
                                  Relating to Amending Civil Process Fees

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 17th day of June, 2008 does resolve as follows:

        WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Judicial and Law Enforcement Committee has reviewed
the Civil Process fees and believes it to be in the best interest of Green Lake County to recommend
increasing those fees.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that effective July 1, 2008, Civil Process fees will be
assessed as approved by the Green Lake County Judicial and Law Enforcement Committee.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a listing of those fees shall be posted at the Green Lake
County Sheriff’s Office.

Fiscal Note: Current Service fee is $30.00 per attempt and service. Future fees will be reviewed
periodically and assessed as approved by the Judicial and Law Enforcement Committee.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 13 - 2008             Submitted by Judicial/Law Enforcement
                                                  and Emergency Management
                                                  Committee
Aye 19, Nay 0, Absent 0, Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Gene Thom
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th               Gene Thom, Chairman
day of June, 2008
                                                  /s/ Debra A. Schubert
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                               Debra A. Schubert
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Howard Sell
Attest: County Clerk                              Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff Haase                                    /s/ John Zelenski
Asst. Corporation Counsel                         John Zelenski




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                                   Resolution Number 14-2008
                                  Relating to Amending Jail Related Fees

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 17th day of June, 2008 does resolve as follows:

        WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Judicial and Law Enforcement Committee has reviewed
the Jail related fees and believes it to be in the best interest of Green Lake County to recommend
increasing those fees.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that effective July 1, 2008, Jail related fees will be
assessed as approved by the Green Lake County Judicial and Law Enforcement Committee.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a listing of those fees shall be posted at the Green Lake
County Sheriff’s Office.

Fiscal Note: Current jail fees are Huber - $13.25, GPS for EMP - $16.59, Alcohol Unit for EMP -
$7.00, GPS Hook-up Fee - $0, Phone Cards - $0, Fingerprinting - $10 – resident’s, $20 – Non-
residents, and Drug testing - $10.00.
Future fees will be reviewed periodically and assessed as approved by the Judicial and Law
Enforcement Committee.

Roll Call on Resolution No.14-2008                Submitted by Judicial/Law Enforcement
                                                  and Emergency Management
                                                  Committee
Aye 19, Nay 0, Absent 0, Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Gene Thom
                                     5h
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17                 Gene Thom, Chairman
day of June, 2008
                                                  /s/ Debra A. Schubert
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                               Debra A. Schubert
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Howard Sell
Attest: County Clerk                              Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff Haase                                    /s/ John Zelenski
Asst. Corporation Counsel                         John Zelenski




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                                      RESOLUTION 15-2008


Relating to Increasing of Project Size and Cost for County A Building Project

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its
regular meeting begun on the 17th day of June 2008, does resolve as follows:

WHEREAS the Property and Insurance Committee has been working with Potter Lawson, The
Samuel’s Group and department heads in the design development phase of the new Jail, Judicial
Center and Health and Human Services on County Road A, and

WHEREAS additional square footage is required to provide the adequate space, security and
handicapped acceptability.


Roll Call on Resolution No. 15-08                   Submitted by Property & Insurance

Aye 12, Nay 7, Absent 0, Abstain 0
                                                    /s/ Eugene Schroeder
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 17th                 Eugene Schroeder
day of June, 2008
                                                    /s/ Michael Stoddard
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                 Michael Stoddard, Vice Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                          /s/Orrin W. Helmer
Attest: County Clerk                                Orrin W. Helmer
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                    /s/ Gene Thom
Corporation Counsel                                 Gene Thom


                                                    /s/ Gus Mueller
                                                    Gus Mueller




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Resolution 15-2008: Relating to Increasing of Project Size and Cost for County A Building Project Continued:




NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the County Board of Supervisors approve that Potter
Lawson add the following to the current schematic design:

    •   Approximately 3.5 feet of additional length to the courtrooms and add approximately 5.0 feet of
        additional width to the building to expand the circulation space in the second floor public
        corridor
    •   Two conference rooms off of the second floor public judicial corridor for approximately 450
        square feet.
    •   Space to the second floor judicial office area to create a staff break room adjacent to the stairs
        for 100 square feet
    •   The IT Department and Veterans Service Department
    •   To accommodate a public defender office, court commissioner office, family mediation office
        and corporation counsel office if possible
   •
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Potter Lawson meet with all department heads involved in the
County A project within the next three weeks to determine changes to the current schematic design.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Board authorizes additional fees to Potter Lawson, on
an hourly basis in accordance with the fixed hourly rate identified in Section 11.3.3 in the
Owner/Architect Agreement for Schematic Design Development not to exceed an estimated $10,000.




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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 928-2008


Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Green Lake
               Owners: Badger Mining Corporation

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 17th day of June, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-3 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Green Lake, be amended from A-
1 Exclusive Agriculture District to M-1 Mineral Extraction District.

       Utley Quarry Rd and CTH JJ, Parcel #006-00729-0000, The W 60R of the SW¼ of
       the SE¼ of
       Section 36, T15N R13E, Town of Green Lake, (± 27.664 Acres).

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-3 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:            X    Approval
Denial


Roll Call on Ordinance No.928 -2008             Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                Zoning
Ayes 19, Nays 0 , Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th             Susan McConnell, Chair
day of June, 2008
                                                /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                            Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                               /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       Howard Sell


                                                /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 929-2008

Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn
               Owner: Lawsonia, Inc. and American Baptist Assembly

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 17th day of June, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Brooklyn, be amended from RC
Recreation District to R-1 Single Family Residence District.

       This land is located in Part of the NE¼ of Section 25, T16N, R12E, Town of
       Brooklyn (± 1.1016 Acres), containing 47,986 square feet more or less, described
       as follows: Commencing at the Northeast corner of the Northeast ¼ of said
       Section 25; thence along the North line of said Section 25, S88º43’33”W, 938.03
       feet; thence S01º42’02”E, 48.69 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
       S01º42’02”E, 639.14 feet; thence S51º06’28”W, 39.20 feet; thence N45º10’11”W,
       66.40 feet; thence N10º27’03”W, 203.47 feet; thence N11º35’30”E, 260.04 feet;
       thence N00º25’42”W, 160.95 feet; thence N88º52’01”E, 44.50 feet to the Point of
       Beginning. Exhibit A

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.
Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:                Approval        X
Denial


Roll Call on Ordinance No.929 -2008             Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                Zoning
Ayes 0, Nay 19, Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th             Susan McConnell, Chair
day of June, 2008
                                                /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                            Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                               /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       Howard Sell


                                                /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 930-2008

Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn
               Owner: Lawsonia, Inc. and American Baptist Assembly

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 17th day of June, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Brooklyn, be amended from RC
Recreation District to R-1 Single Family Residence District.

       This land is located in Part of the NW¼ of Section 30, T16N, R13E, Town of
       Brooklyn (± .08690 Acres), containing 37,855 square feet more or less, described
       as follows: Commencing at the Northwest corner of the Northwest ¼ of said
       Section 30; thence along the West line of said Section 30, S0º03’45”W, 962.30
       feet; thence N89º19’15”E, 303.30 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
       N89º19’15”E, 14.00 feet; thence S0º13’45”E, 630.05 feet; thence N78º18’21”W,
       1.63 feet; thence N33º14’39”W, 198.15 feet; thence N1º40’30”E, 168.90 feet;
       thence N29º14’08”E, 203.45 feet; thence N05º09’13”W, 117.95 feet to the Point of
       Beginning. Exhibit B

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:                Approval       X
Denial

Roll Call on Ordinance No.930 -2008             Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                Zoning
Ayes 0, Nay 19, Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th             Susan McConnell, Chair
day of June, 2008
                                                /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                            Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                               /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       Howard Sell


                                                /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 931-2008


Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn
               Owner: Lawsonia, Inc. and American Baptist Assembly

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 17th day of June, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Brooklyn, be amended from R-1
Single Family Residence to RC Recreation District.

       This land is located in Part of the NW¼ and Part of the Southwest ¼ of Section
       30, T16N, R13E, Town of Brooklyn (± 1.5358 Acres), containing 66,900 square feet
       more or less, described as follows: All of Outlot 3 of the preliminary plat of the
       Estates of Lawsonia dated 03-27-08. Exhibit C

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:                 Approval       X
Denial

Roll Call on Ordinance No.931 -2008              Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                 Zoning
Ayes 0, Nays 19, Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                 /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th              Susan McConnell, Chair
day of June, 2008
                                                 /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                              Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                       /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                             Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                        Howard Sell


                                                 /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                 Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 932-2008

Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn
               Owner: Lawsonia, Inc. and American Baptist Assembly

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 17th day of June, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Brooklyn, be amended from R-1
Single Family Residence to C-2 Extensive Commercial.

       Part of the Northwest ¼ of Section 30, T16N, R13E, Town of Brooklyn (± .9807
       Acres), containing 42,720 square feet more or less, described as follows: All of lot
       98 of the preliminary plat of the Estates of Lawsonia dated 03-27-08. Exhibit D

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:                  Approval        X
Denial


Roll Call on Ordinance No.932 -2008               Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                  Zoning
Ayes 0, Nay 19, Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                  /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th               Susan McConnell, Chair
day of June, 2008
                                                  /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                               Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                              Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                 /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                         Howard Sell


                                                  /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                  Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 933-2008


Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn
               Owners: Keith R. and Carol Z. Myers

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 17th day of June, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Brooklyn, be amended from A-1
Exclusive Agriculture District to A-2 General Agriculture District.

       Southeast corner of CTH PP and McConnell Road intersection and along those roads to
       the east and south, Parcel #004-00229-0000, NW¼ of the NW¼ of Section 12, T16N,
       R13E, Town of Brooklyn (± 24 Acres).

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:            X    Approval
Denial

Roll Call on Ordinance No.933 -2008             Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                Zoning
Ayes 10, Nays 9, Absent 0, Abstain 0
*(3/4 vote needed to pass)
                                                /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th             Susan McConnell, Chair
day of June, 2008
                                                /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                            Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                               /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       Howard Sell


                                                /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 934-2008

Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Marquette
               Owner: Gregory A. Radtke

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 17th day of June, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-7 Ordinance No. 282-83) as relates to the Town of Marquette, be amended from A-1
Exclusive Agriculture District to A-3 Light Agriculture District.

       W3645 and W3511 CTH B, Parcel #014-00701-0000 (± 11.2 Acres), A part of the
       NW¼ of the SW¼, and Parcel #014-00700-0000 (± 11.5 Acres), A part of the
       NE¼ of the SW¼ of Section 27, Both parcels in T15N, R12E, Town of Marquette.
       To be identified by Certified Survey Map.

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-7 Ordinance No. 282-83) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:              X     Approval
Denial


Roll Call on Ordinance No.934 -2008                Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                   Zoning
Ayes 19, Nay 0, Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                   /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th                Susan McConnell, Chairman
day of June, 2008
                                                   /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                         /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                               Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                  /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                          Howard Sell


                                                   /s/Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                   Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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                                   ORDINANCE NO. 935 - 2008



Relating to an Ordinance amending the Code of Green Lake County,

Article IV (Zoning Districts) Chapter 350 Zoning.



The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 17th day of June 2008, does ordain as follows:

       That the Code of the County of Green Lake, Article IV to Chapter 350 has the following
sections amended:

                       SEE REVERSE SIDE

   The purpose of the stated changes is to expand Chapter 350, by adding; schools to all

   agricultural zoning districts regulated by Chapter 350, and by deleting other certain language

   within all of the agricultural zoning districts that is out-dated, inappropriate or in conflict with the

   purpose and intent of agricultural zoning districts; and



Effective upon passage and publication.

Entire Ordinance can be viewed in Chapter 350, Code of Green Lake County, on line at
www.co.green-lake.wi.us under County Clerk.

Roll Call on Ordinance No.935 -2008                 Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                    Zoning
Ayes 19, Nay 0, Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                    /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 17th                 Susan McConnell, Chair
day of June, 2008
                                                    /s/ Roberta A Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                 Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                          /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                                Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                   /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                           Howard Sell


                                                    /s/Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                      Thomas Traxler, Jr.


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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the regular County Board meeting held on the
17th day of August, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
17th day of September, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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        GREEN LAKE COUNTY
          BOARD PROCEEDINGS

          REGULAR SESSION

          August 19, 2008

           The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular
           session, Tuesday, August 19, 2008, at 6 PM in the County Board Room, Green Lake,
           Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Daniel G. Priske, Vice-Chairman. Roll Called, 17 Supervisors
present, 2 Absent (Helmer, Dist. 1, Thomas W. Traxler, Jr., Dist. 13)


                                  Supervisor                  Supervisor Districts
                                  Wallace Williams                 2
                                  Eugene Henke                     3
                                  Elden Dallman                    4
                                  Alma Hedberg                     5
                                  Howard Sell                      6
                                  Maureen Schweder                 7
                                  John A. Zelenski                 8
                                  Gus Mueller                      9
                                  Daniel Priske                   10
                                  Susan E. McConnell              11
                                  Eugene Schroeder                12
                                  Debra A. Schubert               14
                                  Michael R. Stoddard             15
                                  Roberta A. Erdmann              16
                                  Joanne Guden                    17
                                  Robert Krause                   18
                                  Gene Thom                       19


      CALL TO ORDER

       The Clerk read the Call.

                      NOTICE GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday, the 19th day of August, 2008, 6 PM for the regular meeting of the
Board. Regular Monthly business to be transacted include:
                 Call to Order
                 Roll Call
                 Reading of the Call
                 Pledge of Allegiance
                 Minutes
                 Announcements
                 Public Comments (3 min limit)
                 Appearances
                    • David Stuflick, FEMA
                    • Kim Hurtz, Group Health Trust

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                  Correspondence
                  Long Range Plan Discussion
                  Resolutions:
                      • Relating to Authorizing Submission of Grant for Flood Victims
                      • Relating to Hire the PFM Group
                      • Relating to Amending Radio Tower Agreement
                      • Relating to Creation of Mental Health Case Manager
                 Ordinances:
                      •   Relating to Amending Ordinance #811-04, Personnel Policies & Procedure
                          Manual – Leave of Absence Language
                      •   Relating to Amending Code of Green Lake County, Chapter 105 Animals
                 Reports
                 Committee Appointments
                      •   FSA Representative to Land Conservation Committee
                      •   City of Berlin TID #15
                 Committee Reports
                      •   VSO
                      •   Personnel
                      •   Property & Insurance
                      •   Finance
                      •   Fair Recap
                 Committees to Report in September
                 Future Agenda Items for Action & Discussion
                  And such other business as may properly come before the Board of Supervisors.
The Several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing or acting upon
matters which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
                  Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin, this 8th day of August, 2008.
                  Margaret R. Bostelmann,
                  (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk


       PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

          1.   The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

          MINUTES

          2.   Approval of the May 20, 2008 & June 17, 2008 minutes. Discussion held.
               Motion/second (Schubert/Guden) to approve the May 20, 2008 and June 17, 2008
               minutes as presented. All Ayes. Motion carried.

          ANNOUNCEMENTS

          3.    Marge Bostelmann, County Clerk, updated the board on Chairman Helmer’s medical
                condition. There is a card on the front table for all the Supervisors to sign.

          4.    Thank you to the Supervisors who worked at the County Supervisor’s Fair Booth.
          5.    Thursday night: Gus Muller and John Zelenski and their wives.
          6.    Friday night: Joanne Guden and Elden Dallman
          7.    Saturday night: Gene Henke and Wally Williams
          8.    Sunday afternoon: Maureen Schweder and husband Bob
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9.    Alma Hedberg for helping serve cake

10.   Next meeting date: Special County Board meeting September 2, 2008, 6 PM for
      discussion and action on long range plan, and regular County Board meeting is
      September 16, 2008 at 6 PM.

11.   Any Supervisors that want to attend the Wisconsin Counties Association
      Convention, October 12-14, 2008, needs to turn in their reservations to the County
      Clerk’s office by tonight, so that we can mail them in together in order to receive a
      discount.

PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 minute limit)

12.   Bud Gende, Commander American Legion Post 366, Princeton, Wisconsin. We are
      asking for your support for one of the following solutions regarding relief from
      Restaurant Licensing Enforcement. 1) Instruct the inspectors from Health &
      Human Services Department to leave non-profit occasional food servers alone and
      do their inspections at full time restaurants. 2) Revise Chapter 148 fee schedule
      to include some “occasional food server license” with a license fee for non-profit
      organizations that is in line with what a seasonal occasional operation is doing. ie,
      3% of $336 full time restaurant fee is $10.08. 3) Find a way for the public interest
      to be served while protecting non-profit community groups and organizations from
      over zealous enforcement and full time licensing fees of restaurants where they do
      not apply. An example of this would be a food handling training session with a
      license cost of $10 or less.

13.   Sam Hennessee, Post Service Officer, American Legion Post 336, Princeton,
      Wisconsin. We have had about 8 fund raising brat fries and are being pressured by
      the Health Department to buy a restaurant license. In Chapter 148, page 4 under
      RESTURANTS, paragraph B, we and all non-profit organizations are exempt
      from this ordinance. Amend the 3 event rule. Have a 4-12 event license
      available. Several other non-profit organizations in Green Lake County are being
      negatively effected by the Tri-County Environmental Health Consortium
      enforcement personnel, Chris Heinz. We are asking for your help to work this out
      to protect all non-profits organizations in Green Lake County, Wisconsin and to
      instruct our Health & Human Services Department to work with non-profit
      organizations to make our communities a better place without excessive
      interference with unwarranted regulations and licensing.

14.   Richard Mueller, Town of Green Lake, spoke in response to letter from John
      Selsing, Regarding voting requirements on bond issue, any vote to bond this
      project will require a ¾ vote of ALL supervisors to be in compliance with State
      Statutes, not a “simple majority vote”. The County has already spent tax levy
      money on special meetings and Property & Insurance meetings and special County
      Board meetings.

15.   Vern Ammentorp, Town of Princeton, spoke in response to letter from John
      Selsing. He is in favor of a bonding issue, but the County should have all their
      ducks in a row before any money or designs are approved. Stick to the 24 million
      dollar cap. Consider the total costs before you make a decision.

16.   Phil Anastasi, Town of Marquette. 24 million is a lot of money to spend when bad
      times are ahead and our county has 0 growth. He is having a difficult time with
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      the County’s numbers. He can guarantee that if you spend 24 million dollars there
      will be a backlash in the county.

APPEARANCES

17.   David Stuflick, FEMA, explained to the County Board exactly what he and his inter
      government affairs team is doing since the June 5th storm and the medigation
      grant programs that are available. Registration is open from June 15th to
      September 15th . 257 applications have been received in the County. Public
      assistance teams are out now. Be sure to fill out small business and renters loan
      application, even if you don’t fill you need it. After the winter, you may find that
      more damage was done than you first thought. Any questions call the SBA. FEMA
      Hot Line1-800-674-4825. There is always someone to answer 24/7. 35,000
      inspections have been made in the State of Wisconsin and 22,000 claims for 47
      million dollars were processed. 28,000 small business and renters claims for 28
      million dollars in assistance. Be sure to let everyone know that they can still
      register with FEMA.

18.   Kim Hurtz, Group Health Trust , gave a presentation on Group Health Trust
      activities this past year. Hurtz explained how our health insurance program works
      and how the County Wellness program has earned grants from GHT over the
      years.


CORRESPONDENCE

19.   Letter from Green Lake County Taxpayers Alliance, to County Clerk, Marge
      Bostelmann. Re: John Selsing letter to you on July 25, 2008 on voting requirement
      on bond issue, was placed on Supervisor’s desks. Letter states that if the County
      reasonably expects that none of the dollars comes from tax dollars, only a simple
      majority vote is needed, not the ¾ vote to pass for bonding.

DISCUSSION & ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN

20.   Supervisor Thom, Property & Insurance Committee Chair, stated that a Special P&I
      meeting was held August 12th and Potter Lawson presented the design
      development phase to the committee. Another Special P&I Committee meeting will
      be held August 20th, to review the design development plan and Kurt Berner will
      present the project costs. All supervisors are encouraged to attend. A packet,
      showing the design development plan plus add on alternates, was put in your
      County Board packet for your review.

RESOLUTIONS

21.   Resolution No. 16-2008 Relating to Authorizing Submission of Grant for Flood
      Victims Motion/second (Schubert/Schroeder) to adopt Resolution No. 16-2008.
      Discussion Held. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent
      (Helmer, Traxler) Motion passed. Resolution No. 16-2008 passed as adopted.

22.   Resolution No. 17-2008 Relating to Hire the PFM Group. Motion/second
      (Schubert/Schroeder) to adopt Resolution No. 17-2008. Roll Call on motion to

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        adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Traxler). Motion passed. Resolution
        No. 17-2008 passed as adopted.

  23.   Resolution No. 18-2008         Relating to Amending Radio Tower Agreement.
        Motion/second (Stoddard/Schroeder) to adopt Resolution No. 18-2008. Discussion
        held. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Traxler).
        Motion passed. Resolution No. 18-2008 passed as adopted.

  24.   Resolution No. 19-2008    Relating to Creation of Mental Health Case Manager.
        Motion/second (Erdmann, Guden) to adopt Resolution No. 19-2008. Discussion
        held. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Traxler).
        Motion passed. Resolution No. 19-2008 passed as adopted.

  ORDINANCES

  25.   Ordinance No. 936-2008 Relating to Amending Ordinance #811-04, Personnel
        Policies and Procedures Manual – Leave of Absence. Motion/second
        (Schroeder/Dallman) to enact Ordinance No. 936-2008. Discussion held. Roll Call
        on motion to enact – 17 ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Traxler). Motion passed.
        Ordinance No. 936-2008 passed as enacted.

  26.   Ordinance No. 937-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County,
        Article II (Animal Control) §103-15. Chapter 103 Animals. Motion/second
        (Zelenski/Schubert) to enact Ordinance No. 937-2008. Discussion held. Roll Call on
        motion to enact – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Traxler). Ordinance No.
        937-2008 passed as enacted.


  REPORTS

  27.   None.

  COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

  28.   Vice-Chairman Priske stated that Chairman Helmer, with the Board’s approval
        reappoints Pam Schure to represent FSA on the Land Conservation Committee,
        ending 4/14/2009.

  29.   Vice-Chairman Priske stated that Chairman Helmer, with the Board’s approval,
        appoints Michael Stoddard, to the City of Berlin TID #15.

  30.    Motion/second (Schubert/Sell) to approve the reappointment of Pam Schure to
        represent FSA on the Land Conservation Committee ending 4/14/2009.and to
        approve the appointment of Michael Stoddard to the City of Berlin TID #15. All
        Ayes. Motion carried.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

  31.   Supervisor Dallman reported on the activities of the Veteran Service Department.
  32.   Supervisor Schroeder reported on the activities of the Personnel Committee.
  33.   Supervisor Thom reported on the activities of the Property & Insurance Committee

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34.   Vice-Chair Priske, reported on the activities of the Finance Committee.
35.   Supervisor McConnell gave a recap of the County Junior Free Fair.

COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN SEPTEMBER

36.   Vice-Chairman Priske announced the committees to report in September will be:
      Administrative Committee, Econ Dev. Corporation and ICC.

OTHER ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

37.   None.

ADJOURN

38.   Motion/second (Schubert/Stoddard) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

39.   Meeting adjourned at 7:50 PM

        Respectfully Submitted,


         Sue Wendt
         Assistant Clerk




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                                           RESOLUTION 16-2008

Relating to Green Lake County’s participation in the Wisconsin Small Cities Community Development
Block Grant-Emergency Assistance program.

           The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake,
           Wisconsin, duly assembled at its regular meeting begun on the 19th day of
           August, 2008, does resolve as follows:

      WHEREAS, Federal monies are available under the Wisconsin Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant-Emergency Assistance program, administered by the State of Wisconsin,
Department of Commerce, Bureau of Community Finance, for the purpose of disaster recovery; and

      WHEREAS, after pending public hearing and due consideration, the County Board has
recommended that an application be submitted to the State of Wisconsin for the following projects:

                                    • Housing Repairs
      •   Repairs to municipally owned public facilities that have been damaged by the
                                           disaster



Roll Call on Resolution No. 16-2008                            Submitted by Finance Committee

Ayes 17 Nays 0 Absent 2 Abstain 0                              /s/ Daniel Priske, Chair
Passed and Adopted/Rejected this 19th day                      Daniel Priske
of August, 2008
                                                               /s/Debra Schubert
/s/ Daniel Priske                                              Debra Schubert
County Board Vice Chair
                                                               /s/ Eugene Schroeder
/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                                     Eugene Schroeder
Attest County Clerk
Approved as to Form                                            /s/Susan E. McConnell
                                                               Susan E. McConnell
/s/ John Selsing
Corporation Counsel                                            /s/Alma Hedberg
                                                               Alma Hedberg




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Resolution No. 16-2008 Continued:


        WHEREAS, it is necessary for the County Board, to approve the preparation and filing of an
application for Green Lake County to receive funds from this program; and

       WHEREAS, the County Board has reviewed the need for the proposed projects and the
benefits to be gained therefrom;

        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Board of Green Lake County does
APPROVE and authorize the Citizen Participation Committee to prepare and file an emergency
application for funds under this program in accordance with this resolution; and

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Chair is hereby authorized to sign all necessary
documents on behalf of Green Lake County.




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                                 RESOLUTION NUMBER 17-2008

Relating to Hire the PFM Group

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 19th day of August, 2008, does resolve as follows:

        WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Board is proceeding with a facility expansion of the
Judicial Center and Health & Human Services Departments; and

       WHEREAS, the it County would benefit from the advice of a professional financial advisor,

        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Green Lake County Board approves hiring PFM
as the financial advisor for the Judicial Center and Health & Human Services Departments for an
estimated cost of $37,500.00

Fiscal Impact: See Attached Itemization per presentation to County Board on June 17, 2008

Resolution No. 17-08                             Submitted by Finance Committee
Aye 17, Nay 0, Absent 2, Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ Dan Priske
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 19th              Dan Priske, Chairman
day of August, 2008
                                                 /s/ Eugene Schroeder
/s/ Daniel Priske                                Eugene Schroeder
County Board Vice-Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                       /s/ Debra Schubert
Attest: County Clerk                             Debra Schubert
Approved as to Form:

John Selsing                                     /s/ Susan McConnell
Corporation Counsel                              Susan McConnell

                                                 /s/ Alma Hedberg
                                                   Alma Hedberg




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                                      RESOLUTION 18-2008

Relating to Amending Radio Tower Agreement

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its
regular meeting begun on the 19th day of August 2008, does resolve as follows:

WHEREAS the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors purchased the Right of Way Easement for the
Radio tower in December, 1996. from Una Pausig, Edward N. Pausig and Ellen L. Pausig-Welk

WHEREAS The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors entered into an agreement with Una Pausing,
Edward N. Pausig and Ellen L Pausig-Welk on the 17th day of December, 1996; and

WHEREAS the Pausig property has been sold to the Green Lake Camp Grounds; and

WHEREAS it is necessary to amend the Radio Tower Agreement;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the County Board of Supervisors approves the attached
amendment and grants permission to sign the attached amendment made part of this resolution at the
earliest practicable date as recommended by the Property & Insurance Committee.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 18-08               Submitted by Property & Insurance
                                                Committee
Aye 17 , Nay 0, Absent 2, Abstain 0
                                                /s/ Gene Thom
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 19th             Gene Thom, Chairman
day of August, 2008
                                                /s/ Michael Stoddard
/s/ Daniel Priske                               Michael Stoddard
County Board Vice-Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
Attest: County Clerk                            Orrin W. Helmer
Approved as to Form:

Jeff T. Hasse                                   /s/ Eugene Schroeder
Corporation Counsel                             Eugene Schroeder

                                                /s/ Gus Mueller
                                                Gus Mueller




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                                          RESOLUTION NUMBER 19-2008

                RELATING TO CREATING OF MENTAL HEALTH CASE MANAGER

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its regular
meeting begun on the 19th of August 2008, does resolve as follows:

    WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Department of Health & Human Services currently has two full-time
Clinical Therapist positions, one of which is vacant; and

    WHEREAS, in reviewing the client and staffing needs of the Clinical Services Unit, it has been determined
that a Mental Health Case Manager (Bachelor’s level) would be more cost efficient and effective in providing
case management services to individuals who have mental health or crisis issues and setting up and
facilitating team meetings; and

   WHEREAS, this position would evaluate incoming and existing cases to ensure maximum revenue sources
are being billed in coordination with all mental health services across units and agencies;

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors duly assembled
on August 19, 2008 authorizes the creation of a full-time Mental Health Case Manager and the deletion of a
full-time Clinical Therapist position within the Clinical Services Unit of the Department of Health & Human
Services.

   BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Mental Health Case Manager position will become effective upon
passage.

See attached fiscal note and job description.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 19 - 2008                 Submitted Health & Human Service
                                                      Board
Aye 17, Nay 0, Absent 2 , Abstain 0
                                                      /s/ Elden Dallman
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 19th                   Elden Dallman, Chairman
day of August, 2008
                                                      /s/ Daniel G. Priske
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                   Daniel G. Priske
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                            /s/ Roberta Erdmann
Attest: County Clerk                                  Roberta A. Erdmann
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                      /s/ Nolan Wallenfang
Corporation Counsel                                   Nolan Wallenfang, Vice Chair

/s/ Bob Malchetske                                    /s/Gus Mueller
Bob Malchetske                                        Gus Mueller

/s/ Ruth Thopham                                      /s/ Joanne Guden
Ruth Thopham                                          Joanne Guden

                                                      /s/ Cindy Skipchak
                                                      Cindy Skipchak




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                                         ORDINANCE NO. 936-2008

Relating to Amending Ordinance #811-04, Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual – Leave of Absence

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly
assembled at its regular meeting begun on the 19th day of August, 2008, does ordain as
follows:

The Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual be amended as follows:

Section VII Conditions of Employment
Add after last paragraph of “Attendance” the following:

Leaves of Absence It is the policy of Green Lake County to allow for the granting of unpaid leaves of
absence of defined durations when required by law, when necessitated by the health status of an employee
or family member or when the granting of such leave is seen by the granting authority to be in the best
interest of the County.
    1. Except as provided by law, no continuous unpaid leave of absence in excess of one (1) year shall be
        granted.
    2. Any request for an unpaid leave of absence shall be submitted in writing by the requesting
        employee to his supervisor as far in advance of the anticipated leave dates as possible. The
        supervisor will present the request to the governing committee and the Personnel Committee.
        Except in unavoidable situations, no unpaid leave of absence shall be granted retroactively.
    3. No unpaid leave of absence shall be granted unless all available sick leave, vacation and floating
        holidays have been used, except as provided by law.
    4. In the event of sickness and/or hospitalization when the employee does not have available sick
        leave, vacation or floating holiday, the Administrative Coordinator may, with the Department Head’s
        concurrence, approve an unpaid leave. The Administrative Coordinator will provide notification of
        such leave to the appropriate governing committee and the Personnel Committee.
    5. Except as provided by law, no unpaid leave of absence shall extend beyond the amount of time
        actually needed for the purpose requested. A physician’s certification of such leave, as well as
        supporting documentation throughout the leave period is required.

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that this Ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication.

Roll Call on Ordinance No. 936 -2008                       Submitted by Personnel Committee:


Ayes 17, Nays 0 , Absent 2 , Abstain 0                     /s/ Gene Schroeder
                                                          Gene Schroeder, Chair
Passed and Enacted/Rejected this 19th day
of August, 2008.                                           /s/ Elden Dallman
                                                          Elden Dallman, Vice-Chair

/s/ Daniel Priske                                          /s/ Bob Krause
County Board Vice-Chairman                                Bob Krause

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                                 /s/ Howard Sell
ATTEST: County Clerk                                              Howard Sell
Approve as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                           /s/ Maureen Schweder
Corporation Counsel                                       Maureen Schweder

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Ordinance No. 936-08 Relating to Amending Ordinance 811-04, Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual –
Leaves of Absence Continued:


   6. An employee granted unpaid leave of absence shall not be employed elsewhere during this leave
       period, unless of military leave.
   7. A return to work on an earlier date than scheduled may be arranged between the employee and the
       supervisor with proper notification to the Administrative Coordinator.
   8. If, on the date following expiration of an unpaid leave of absence, an employee has not returned to
       work and no extension has been granted, his employment shall be terminated unless, because of a
       serious and compelling reason, the employee was unable to return to work or seek and extension.
   9. Employees seeking a disability under the Wisconsin Retirement System shall automatically be placed
       on an unpaid leave of absence upon the exhaustion of all paid time off benefits and until a final
       determination is issued by WRS.
   10. Upon expiration of a leave of absence without pay for one year or less, the employee shall be
       reinstated into his former position or one that is comparable to his former position.
   11. An approved unpaid leave of absence of one year or less shall not be considered a break in service
       for purposes of determining the level of future vacation eligibility and the retention of sick leave
       accumulation for leaves not the result of extended illness or maternity.




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                                 ORDINANCE NO. 937 – 2008

Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County,
Article II (Animal Control) §103-15. Chapter 103 Animals

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 19th day of August 2008, does ordain as follows:

        The Code of the County of Green Lake, Article II, Chapter 103, §103-15 be amended as
follows:

§ 103-15 Crimes against animals and animal health.

The statutory provisions in Chapters 95 and 951 of the Wisconsin Statutes regarding animal
health and crimes against animals are hereby adopted and by reference made a part of this article
as if fully set forth herein.

       A. Any act required to be performed or prohibited by any regulation incorporated herein by
          reference is required or prohibited by this article.

       B. Any future amendments, revisions, or modifications of the statutory requirements in
          Chapters 95 and 9351 incorporated herein are intended to be made a part of this
          article.

       C. Any person who shall violate any provision of any statute incorporated herein by
          reference shall be deemed guilty of an offense under this article and, upon conviction
          thereof, forfeit not less than $25, nor more than $1,000, together with the costs of
          prosecution and courts costs and fees.

Effective upon passage and publication.
                                                 Submitted by Judicial/Law Enforcement
Roll Call on Ordinance No. 937-2008              and Emergency Management
                                                 Committee
Aye 17 , Nay 0, Absent 2 , Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ Gene Thom
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 19th              Gene Thom, Chairman
day of August, 2008
                                                 /s/ Debra A. Schubert
/s/ Daniel Priske                                Debra A. Schubert
County Board Vice-Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                       /s/ Howard Sell
Attest: County Clerk                             Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                /s/ John Zelenski
Assistant Corporation Counsel                    John Zelenski


Entire ordinance can be viewed in Chapter 103, Code of Green Lake County, on line at
www.co.green-lake.wi.us under County Clerk.


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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the County Board meeting held on the 2nd day
of September and the 16th day of September, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
22nd day of October, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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          GREEN LAKE COUNTY
          BOARD PROCEEDINGS

          SPECIAL SESSION

          September 2, 2008

           The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in a Special
           session, Tuesday, September 2, 2008, at 6 PM in the County Board Room, Green Lake,
           Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Daniel G. Priske, Vice-Chairman. Roll Called, 17 Supervisors
present, 2 Absent (Helmer, Dist. 1, Krause, Dist. 18)


                                    Supervisor                Supervisor Districts
                                    Wallace Williams               2
                                    Eugene Henke                   3
                                    Elden Dallman                  4
                                    Alma Hedberg                   5
                                    Howard Sell                    6
                                    Maureen Schweder               7
                                    John A. Zelenski               8
                                    Gus Mueller                    9
                                    Daniel Priske                 10
                                    Susan E. McConnell            11
                                    Eugene Schroeder              12
                                    Thomas A. Traxler, Jr.        13
                                    Debra A. Schubert             14
                                    Michael R. Stoddard           15
                                    Roberta A. Erdmann            16
                                    Joanne Guden                  17
                                    Gene Thom                     19


      CALL TO ORDER

       The Assistant Clerk read the Call.

                     NOTICE GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday, the 2nd day of September, 2008, 6 PM for a special meeting of the
Board. Business to be transacted include:
                 Call to Order
                 Roll Call
                 Reading of the Call
                 Pledge of Allegiance
                 Public Comments (3 min limit)
                 Appearances
                    • Dave Anderson, PFM
                    • Kurt Berner, Samuels Group – Project Costs Presentation

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                    •  Potter Lawson – Design Development Presentation
                    •  Judge Stork, Chief Judge, Dist. 6 – State criteria for Courts
                  Long Range Plan Discussion & Action on presentation proposals
                   Future Agenda Items for Action & Discussion
                  And such other business as may properly come before the Board of Supervisors.
The Several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing or acting upon
matters which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
                  Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin, this 14th day of August, 2008.
                  Margaret R. Bostelmann,
                  (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk


          PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

          1.   The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.


          PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 minute limit)


          2.    Richard Mueller, Town of Green Lake, spoke in response to letter from John
                Selsing, Regarding voting requirements on bond issue, any vote to bond this
                project will require a ¾ vote of ALL supervisors to be in compliance with State
                Statutes, not a “simple majority vote”. The County has already spent tax levy
                money on special meetings and Property & Insurance meetings and special County
                Board meetings. These meeting payments have come out of the contingency fund
                for the old jail, according to Marge Bostelmann. You should bring in Bill DeVine to
                replace Samuels Group and Potter Lawson.

          3.    Vern Ammentorp, Town of Princeton, Dan Priske says that the County will have 11
                million dollars by the end of this year in sales tax. Resolution No. 22-05 states that
                sales tax money should be spent on any new construction or remodeling. An
                independent audit should be done on the amount of tax payer dollars spent to date
                on this project and expenses charged. Get rid of Potter Lawson and Samuels
                Group and hire Bill DeVine.

          4.    Art Hartwig – Town of Princeton. I represent the taxpayers of this county. The
                County is violating Statute 67.405 which states that ¾ majority vote is needed to
                bond this project, not a simple majority. This is supposed to be funded by 100%
                sales tax, that is impossible. The costs are under estimated and the sales tax is
                over estimated. These are guestaments not estimates. We want you to bring in a
                new turn key developer to use our present property downtown. 2100 of our
                taxpayers signed a petition to use the downtown property. We want a ¾ vote on
                bonding or a countywide referendum.

          5.    Merlyn Soda – Town of Berlin spoke against the new facility. Certainly we can use
                the present facility and add on. All this could have been avoided if we had had a
                Countywide referendum. The economy is bad, we have no young people returning
                to the county.

          6.    JoAnn LaMire – Town of Brooklyn I think we should table everything. Our
                population is not increasing, income is down, economy is declining, we just can’t
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      do it with sales tax dollars. Instead we should concentrate on the Health and
      Human Services building, as thousands of people use those services. We can find
      other programs to reduce our jail population. Build the Health & Human Services
      center first.

APPEARANCES

7.    Dave Anderson, PFM, a financial advisor firm reviewed our sales tax to date. Sales
      tax trend has been increasing 2% per year. $1,050,000 in sales tax can support
      this project. $11,400,000 sales tax on hand, Borrow two amounts, $9,000,000
      (2008) and $5,415,000 (2010) plus $500,000 interest earned equals $26,315,000
      for project. Lock in 1st amount for 20 years, lock in 2nd amount for 25 years,
      keeping debt service under $1,050,000 and extend payments, maximum you could
      borrow is $28,700,000. The board needs to adopt a resolution to authorize the
      project; PFM will send out for bids and bring back the best bid. PFM uses Quarles
      and Brady.

8.    Kurt Berner, Samuels Group is our construction manager. Kurt wanted to get
      information to all county board members before the September 16, 2008 County
      Board meeting where a vote will be taken. That is why he requested this meeting.
      Kurt presented the bid based spread sheet. These figures have been taken to
      vendors, sub contractors to look at and give an estimate of the cost. Base project,
      estimated cost $26,315,915. He explained all the physical components of the
      project. Subtotal $22,692,482 plus 1.00% sales tax $226,925 equals subtotal of
      $22,919,417. Plus Samuels fee (1.85%) $424,009 equals subtotal of $23,343,426.
      Plus Architectural Fee (Potter Lawson) 6.50% $1,489,762 plus 3.00% project
      contingency $700,303 for a construction total of $25,533,491. Include furniture
      and IT equipment $782,424 gives us a grand total of $26,315,915.

9.    To save money there are three Deduct alternates. Deduct Alt. 11: Hearing Room
      suite for $195,894; Deduct Alt 10: 15’ corridor at courts area for $170,908 and
      Deduct Alt 9: Build out County committee room for $19,573. If you deducted all
      of these the total cost would go down to $25,929,540.

10.   Then there are suggested Add alternates: Add Alt. 1: Canopy at front door for
      $92,103. Add Alt. 2: Full basement under HHS Building for $684,411; Add Alt.
      3: Additional basement space under Sheriff’s Dept. for $297,121; Add Alt. 5
      Elevator in HHS building for $61,877; Add Alt. 6A: Additional West Driveway plus
      parking stalls $130,637; Add Alt. 6B: Additional North Driveway for $71,285;
      Add Alt. 7: Downtown Renovation for $824,091; Add Alt 4: Geothermal Heating
      System and Add Alt 8: Site Utilities cost across property estimates are not
      complete. These figures will be given to the board before the September 16th
      board meeting. If you add all these alternates the cost would go up to
      $28,477,440. (not including Geothermal Heating and Site Utilities).

11.   You need to prioritize on need first then on cost. You need to determine which
      Deduct Alts you will keep or deduct and then determine which Add Alts you need
      and which you don’t need. Then you will have your budget for the project. Then
      you are ready to make a Resolution for County Board.

12.     Potter Lawson explained that he met with each department head and made sure
      that they were comfortable with the building and their space. Human Services
      needs a little tweaking, but it won’t change the square footage.

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13.     Judge Stork, Chief Judge, District 6 commended the board for moving forward.
      As Chief Judge, he approves 100% of the plan. He agrees with the 15’ hallway for
      security reasons, but he would not disapprove of the plan if it was taken out. He
      would have an issue with deducting the Hearing Room Suite, as visiting judges,
      court commissioners need space to confer with their clients. Green Lake County
      will likely be getting another Judge within the life expectancy of the facility. He
      hopes that we move forward tonight.

DISCUSSION & ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN

14.   Corporation Counsel, John Selsing, informed the board on how to proceed. First to
      have a motion to approve the base cost, then vote yes or no on the deduct
      alternates, and then vote yes or no on the add alternates to get to our final total.
      Then propose a resolution to send to County Board on September 16, 2008.

15.   Motion/second (Schroeder/Erdmann) to approve the base cost of $26,315,915.00
      to build the new Justice Center and Health & Human Services Department on
      County A. Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion - 10 Ayes, 7 Nays (Dallman,
      Hedberg, Henke, Schweder, Sell, Williams, Zelenski), 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause).
      Motion passed.

16.   Motion/second (Schroeder/Hedberg) to deduct Alt.#11 Hearing Room Suite
      ($195,594). Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 9 Ayes, 7 Nays (Erdmann,
      McConnell, Mueller, Schroeder, Stoddard, Thom, Traxler), 2 Absent (Helmer,
      Krause). Motion passed. Hearing Room Suite deducted.

17.   Motion/second (Schroeder/Henke) to deduct Alt. #10 15’ Corridor at Courts Area.
      ($170,908). Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 12 Ayes, 5 Nays
      (Erdmann, McConnell, Stoddard, Thom, Traxler), 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). 15’
      Corridor at Courts Area deducted.

18.   Motion/second (Schubert/Hedberg) to deduct Alt #9          Build out of County
      Committee Room. ($19,573) Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 7 Ayes
      (Dallman, Henke, Schubert, Schweder, Sell, Williams, Zelenski), 10 Nays, 2 Absent
      (Helmer, Krause) Motion defeated. Build out of County Committee Room remains
      in base cost.

19.   Kurt Berner stated that he has not gotten back the figures for the Add Alt. #4
      Geothermal heating system, nor the Add Alt #8 Site Utilities Cost across the
      property. He will have the figures before the September 16, 2008 County board
      meeting. Motion/second (Hedberg/Schroeder) to take out Add Alt # 4 & 8 and
      vote on them at the September 16, 2008 meeting. Roll Call Vote on motion – 17
      Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion passed.

20.   Motion/second (Thom/Schubert) to approve Add Alt #1 Canopy at Front Entrance
      ($92,103). Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 1 Aye (Dallman), 16 Nays,
      2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion defeated.

21.   Motion/second (Thom/Schubert) to approve Add Alt. #2 Full Basement under HHS
      Building. ($684,411). Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 15 Ayes, 2 Nays
      (Erdmann, Schweder), 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion passed. Full Basement
      under HHS Building added.


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22.   Motion/second (Thom/Schubert) to approve Add Alt. #3 Additional Basement space
      under Sheriff’s Department. ($297,121). Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion
      – 0 Ayes, 17 Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion defeated.

23.   Motion/second (Erdmann/Thom) to approve Add Alt. #5 Additional Elevator in
      HHS Building. ($61,877). Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 9 Ayes, 8
      Nays (Hedberg, Henke, Priske, Schroeder, Schubert, Schweder, Sell, Zelenski), 2
      Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion passed. Additional Elevator in HHS Building
      added.

24.   Motion/second (Thom/Schubert) to approve Add Alt. #6A Additional West
      Driveways. ($130,637) Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 0 Ayes, 17
      Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion defeated.

25.   Motion/second (Thom/Schubert) to approve Add Alt. #6B Additional North
      Driveways. ($71,265). Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 0 Ayes, 17
      Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion defeated.

26.   Motion/second (Thom/McConnell) to approve Add. Alt. #7 Downtown Renovation.
      ($824,091). Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 16 Ayes, 1 Nay
      (Schweder), 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion passed. Downtown Renovation
      added.

27.   Motion/second (Schroeder/McConnell) to revote on Deduct Alt. 11, Hearing room
      suite, doing just a shell for $105,000. Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion –
      8 Ayes (Erdmann, McConnell, Mueller, Priske, Schroeder, Stoddard, Thom, Traxler),
      9 Nays, 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion defeated.

28.   Motion/second (Thom/Traxler) to prepare a Resolution for September 16, 2008
      County Board for approval to build new Justice Center and Health & Human Service
      on County A, incorporating additions and deductions that everyone approved
      tonight, for a total of $27,519,792. Discussion held. Roll Call Vote on motion – 13
      Ayes, 4 Nays (Dallman, Henke, Sell, Zelenski), 2 Absent (Helmer, Krause). Motion
      passed.

29.   Kurt Berner offered to personally walk any supervisor through this bid based
      spread sheet before the 16th, so that they fully understand what they are voting
      on. He will come to the courthouse and will make himself available at any time.
      Please take advantage of this offer.

OTHER ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

30.   None.

ADJOURN

31.   Motion/second (Schubert/Hedberg) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

32.   Meeting adjourned at 9:50 PM

Respectfully Submitted,
Sue Wendt
Assistant Clerk
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        GREEN LAKE COUNTY
          BOARD PROCEEDINGS

          REGULAR SESSION

          SEPTEMBER 16, 2008

           The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in
           regular session, Tuesday, September 16, 2008, at 6 PM in the County Board Room, Green
           Lake, Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Daniel G. Priske, Vice-Chairman. Roll Called, 17 Supervisors
present, 2 Absent (Thomas W. Traxler, Jr., Dist. 13, Joanne Guden, Dist. 17)


                                       Supervisor               Supervisor Districts
                                       Orrin W. Helmer               1
                                       Wallace Williams              2
                                       Eugene Henke                  3
                                       Elden Dallman                 4
                                       Alma Hedberg                  5
                                       Howard Sell                   6
                                       Maureen Schweder              7
                                       John A. Zelenski              8
                                       Gus Mueller                   9
                                       Daniel Priske                10
                                       Susan E. McConnell           11
                                       Eugene Schroeder             12
                                       Debra A. Schubert            14
                                       Michael R. Stoddard          15
                                       Roberta A. Erdmann           16
                                       Robert Krause                18
                                       Gene Thom                    19


       CALL TO ORDER

            The Clerk read the Call.

                      NOTICE GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday, the 16th day of September, 2008, 6 PM for the regular meeting of the
Board. Regular Monthly business to be transacted include:
                 Call to Order
                 Roll Call
                 Reading of the Call
                 Pledge of Allegiance
                 Minutes 8/19/08, 09/02/08
                 Announcements
                 Public Comments (3 min limit)
                 Appearances
                    • Jon Troutmann, County Auditor, 2007 Audit

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                      • Kurt Berner, Samuels Group – Geothermal and Utilities
                  Correspondence
                  Long Range Plan Discussion
                  Resolutions:
                      • Relating to Initial Resolution Authorization General Obligation Bonds in the
                         approximate amount of 28 million.
                      • Relating to CodeRed, reverse 911
                      • Relating to Green Lake County Smoke Free Policy
                      • Relating to Cemetery Plat – Town of Manchester
                      • Relating to Farmland Preservation – Bogucke Family Trust
                      • Relating to Farmland Preservation – Bogucke Living Trust
                      • Relating to Support of Creation of A State and National Heritage Parkway
                              Area Designation corresponding to the Historic Marquette & Joliet
                              Route of Exploration along the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers.
                 Ordinances:
                      •   Relating to Amending Ordinance #811-04, Personnel Policies & Procedure
                          Manual – Workplace Violence Policy
                 Reports
                 Committee Appointments
                 Committee Reports
                      •   Administrative
                      •   ICC
                      •   Economic Development Corporation
                 Committees to Report in October
                 Future Agenda Items for Action & Discussion
                  And such other business as may properly come before the Board of Supervisors.
The Several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing or acting upon
matters which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
                  Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin, this 11th day of September, 2008.
                  Margaret R. Bostelmann,
                  (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk

            2.    Motion/second (Schubert/Stoddard) to acknowledge Joanne Guden’s presence via
                  conference call.   All Ayes.   Motion carried.   18 Supervisors present, 1 absent
                  (Traxler, Jr.).

       PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

            3. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

           MINUTES

            4. Approval of the August 19, 2008 and September 2, 2008 minutes. Discussion held.
               Letter from Judge Storck, requesting that the minutes of September 2, 2008, page
               3 be amended to read “Green Lake County will likely be getting another Judge
               within the life expectancy of the facility.” Motion/second (Schubert/Stoddard) to
               approve the August 19, 2008 minutes as presented and the September 2, 2008
               minutes as amended. All Ayes. Motion carried.

           ANNOUNCEMENTS

                 5.    Chairman Helmer updated the board on his medical condition.
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     6.    All Supervisors are asked to use their microphones tonight, as that is the
           only way your voice gets picked up by the speaker system to be recorded.

     7.    Next meeting date: October 21, 2008 at 6 PM.


PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 minute limit)


     8.    Richard Mueller, Town of Green Lake, spoke Regarding voting requirements
           on bond issue, any vote to bond this project will require a ¾ vote of ALL
           supervisors to be in compliance with State Statutes, not a “simple majority
           vote”. Contact the Department of Revenue if you want an honest answer.
           Times are bad, we need to slow down on this project.

     9.    Vern Ammentorp, Town of Princeton, spoke regarding Resolution 20-2005
           which states that no tax money will be used for this project. Another
           account is being used to pay for items that the sales tax dollars should be
           used for. An independent audit should be done.

     10.   Art Hartwig, Town of Princeton, called the extravagant courthouse a
           “courthouse to the stars” much like the “bridge to nowhere”. By 2010 we
           will run out of sales tax money. He also gave out his version of the Fleece
           Awards.

     11.   JoAnn LaMire, Town of Brooklyn, stated that this project is based on
           projected sales tax. People are not spending more in this hard economic
           time. A new Highway building will be needed before this project is paid for.

     12.   Merlyn Soda, Town of Berlin, Big banks are closing, borrowing is tight. At
           one time the good Supervisor’s voted against this project.

     13.   Sam Hennesey, Be good stewards and use what you have. The building
           next door has a 3rd floor that is not being used.

     14.   Marilyn Voeltner, Green Lake County Health Department, spoke about the
           impacts of a smoke-free building and grounds police for Green Lake County.
           Please seriously consider implementing this policy.


APPEARANCES

     15.   Jon Troutmann, County Auditor, reviewed the 2007 County Audit with the
           board. Motion/second (Helmer/Mueller) to accept the 2007 County Audit
           Report. All Ayes. Motion carried.

     16.   Kurt Berner, Samuels Group presented the savings by using Geothermal as
           $37,890 per year. Geothermal would pay for itself in 16 years. A summary
           was included in the County Board packets. There are incentive dollars out
           there for using Geothermal: Focus on Energy would work with the County,
           also Alliant Energy has a shared savings program. Put $60,000 in the
           budget for utilities and then take it to City Counsel and see if any
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           adjustments can be made. Suggestion that we deduct the $824,091 for
           downtown renovation and forget the demolition for now. Have the county
           put out a Request for Proposal (RFP) for developers and see what is out
           there. Leave $215,000 in the budget for interior remodeling of the present
           courthouse only, for now. Total budget for Justice Center would come to
           $27, 681,741. You can not build any cheaper if you wait another year.
           Interest rates and prices keep going up. Kurt answered questions by the
           board members.

CORRESPONDENCE

     17.   Letter from WCHSA to Linda Van Ness, Health & Human Services Director,
           regarding service award. At the July 10th Wisconsin County Human Services
           Association meeting, the WCHSA Board approved the creation of a service
           award to acknowledge and recognize your county’s efforts to help the
           citizens that were affected by the flooding this year. We appreciate your
           efforts in this time of great need.

     18.   Letters in the County Board packets from Quarles & Brady, Samuels Group,
           PFM and Kunkel Engineering.


DISCUSSION & ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN

     19.   Supervisor Thom, Property & Insurance Committee Chair, stated that he
           agrees with dropping the downtown renovation for $824,091 and keeping
           $215,000 for interior renovation of the courthouse. Total budget would be
           $27, 681,741.

RESOLUTIONS

     20.   Resolution No. 20-2008 Relating to Initial Resolution Authorization General
           Obligation Bonds in the approximate amount of 28 million. Motion/second
           (Mueller/Schroeder) to adopt Resolution No. 20-2008. Motion/second
           (Stoddard/McConnell) to allow Dave Anderson from PFM to explain the
           resolution. All Ayes. Motion carried. This would be the first of three
           resolutions, the second resolution would be taking bids, and the third
           resolution would be awarding the bid. Wisconsin Administrative Code,
           67.045 states that this can be done by a simple majority vote. Discussion
           Held. Kurt Berner guaranteed that this project can be done for $27,618,741.
           That will be written in his contract. Motion/second (Thom/Schubert) to
           amend the resolution to a total of $27, 618,741 as a result of adding
           $215,000 for downtown renovations, plus the Geothermal Alt 7. Roll Call on
           motion to amend – 14 Ayes, 4 Nays (Henke, Schweder, Williams, Zelenski),
           1 Absent (Traxler, Jr.) Motion passed Roll Call on resolution as amended –
           12 Ayes, 6 Nays (Hedberg, Henke, Schweder, Sell, Williams, Zelenski), 1
           Absent (Traxler, Jr.). Motion passed. Resolution No. 20-2008 adopted as
           amended.

     21.   Motion/second(Mueller/Stoddard) to recess for 10 minutes. All Ayes. Motion
           carried. 7:50PM.

     22.   Resume session 8PM 17 Supervisors present, 2 Absent (Guden, Traxler, Jr.).
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    23.   Resolution No. 21-2008 Relating to CodeRed, reverse 911. Motion/second
          (Thom/Schubert) to adopt Resolution No. 21-2008. Roll Call on motion to
          adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Guden, Traxler, Jr.). Motion passed.
          Resolution No. 21-2008 passed as adopted.

    24.   Resolution No. 22-2008   Relating to Green Lake County Smoke-free Policy.
          Motion/second (Schroeder/Dallman) to adopt Resolution No. 22-2008. Roll
          Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Guden, Traxler, Jr.).
          Motion passed. Resolution No. 22-2008 passed as adopted.

    25.   Resolution No. 23-2008 Relating to Cemetery Plat – Town of Manchester.
          Motion/second (Erdmann, Henke) to adopt Resolution No. 23-2008. Roll Call
          on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Guden, Traxler, Jr.).
          Motion passed. Resolution No. 23-2008 passed as adopted.

    26.   Resolution No. 24-2008 Relating to Farmland Preservation – Bogucke Family
          Trust. Motion/second (McConnell/Sell) to adopt Resolution No. 24-2008.
          Roll Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Guden, Traxler,
          Jr.). Motion passed. Resolution No. 24-2008 passed as adopted.

    27.   Resolution No. 25-2008 Relating to Farmland Preservation – Bogucke Living
          Trust. Motion/second (McConnell/Henke) to adopt Resolution No. 25-2008.
          Roll Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Guden, Traxler,
          Jr.). Motion passed. Resolution No. 25-2008 passed as adopted.

    28.   Resolution No. 26-2008 Relating to Support of Creation of a State and
          National Heritage Parkway Area Designation corresponding to the Historic
          Marquette and Joliet Route of Exploration along the Fox and Wisconsin
          Rivers. Motion/second (Helmer/Hedberg) to adopt Resolution No. 26-2008.
          Roll Call on motion to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Guden/Traxler,
          Jr.). Motion passed. Resolution No. 26-2008 passed as adopted.

ORDINANCES

    29.   Ordinance No. 938-2008       Relating to Amending Ordinance #811-04,
          Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual – Workplace Violence Policy..
          Motion/second (Schroeder/Dallman) to enact Ordinance No. 938-2008. Roll
          Call on motion to enact – 17 ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Guden, Traxler, Jr.).
          Motion passed. Ordinance No. 938-2008 passed as enacted.

REPORTS

    30.   None.

COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

    31.   None

COMMITTEE REPORTS


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     32.   Vice Chairman Priske reported on the activities of the Administrative
           Committee, ICC, and the Economic Development Corporation.

COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN OCTOBER

     33.   Vice-Chairman Priske announced the committees to report in October will
           be: Reports from the WCA Convention.

OTHER ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

     34.   None.

ADJOURN

     35.   Motion/second /Stoddard/Williams) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

     36.   Meeting adjourned at 8:15 PM

       Respectfully Submitted,


       Sue Wendt,
       Secretary




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                                    Resolution Number 21-2008
           Relating to Contracting for CodeRED with Emergency Communications Network, Inc.

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 16th day of September, 2008 does resolve as follows:

       WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Judicial and Law Enforcement Committee has reviewed
the CodeRED Emergency Notification System, and

        WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Judicial and Law Enforcement Committee has agreed that
it would be very beneficial to the tax payers of Green Lake County to have access to the CodeRED
Emergency Notification System which allows the Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office to place
prerecorded telephone calls at high speed to call recipients within the County, and

       WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office has budgeted $10,000 annually for Dispatch/Radio Outlay
which would cover this contract.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Green Lake County Board of Supervisors
approves contracting with Emergency Communications Network, Inc. for CodeRED services
commencing October 1, 2008.

Fiscal Note: 2008 - $2,500 from Carry-over Sheriff Phone System; 2009 - $10,000 Radio Outlay.

Roll Call on Resolution No.21-2008              Submitted by Judicial/Law Enforcement
                                                and Emergency Management
                                                Committee
Aye 17, Nay 0, Absent 2, Abstain 0
                                                /s/ Gene Thom
                                     th
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 16               Gene Thom, Chairman
day of September, 2008
                                                /s/ Debra A. Schubert
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Debra A. Schubert
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Howard Sell
Attest: County Clerk                            Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff Haase                                  /s/ John Zelenski
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       John Zelenski




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                                     Resolution No. 22-2008

Relating to Green Lake County Smoke-Free Policy

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 16th day of September, 2008, does resolve as follows:

       WHEREAS, Green Lake County is committed to providing a healthy environment for persons
who conduct business inside county-owned buildings and vehicles, and for employees who work in
county-owned buildings or drive county-owned vehicles; and

       WHEREAS, the Surgeon General has declared that exposure to secondhand smoke has
immediate adverse effects on the cardiovascular system and causes coronary heart disease and lung
cancer; and

      WHEREAS, the Environmental Protection Agency has declared secondhand smoke a Group A
(known human) carcinogen, to which there is no safe level of exposure; and

      WHEREAS, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health recommends the
complete elimination of smoking to reduce health risks associated with secondhand smoke;

       NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, Smoking of tobacco is prohibited in all Green Lake
County-owned buildings and property, and in County-owned vehicles. Exceptions to this policy
include the following:
       1) Green Lake County –owned parks
       2) Green Lake Highway grounds, ONLY for the duration of the annual Green Lake County
           Fair.

Roll Call on Resolution No. 22 -08                        Submitted by Personnel Committee:


Ayes 17 , Nays 0, Absent 2 , Abstain 0                    /s/ Eugene Schroeder
                                                          Eugene Schroeder
Passed and Adopted/Rejected this 16th day of
September, 2008.                                          /s/ Elden Dallman
                                                          Elden Dallman

/s/ Daniel Priske                                         /s/ Robert Krause
County Board Chairman                                     Bob Krause

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                                /s/ Howard Sell
ATTEST: County Clerk                                      Howard Sell
Approve as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                          /s/ Maureen Schweder
Corporation Counsel                                       Maureen Schweder




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                                     RESOLUTION NO 23-2008

RELATED TO FIRST ADDITION TO MANCHESTER CEMETERY NO.1

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 16th day of September 2008, does resolve as follows:

       BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County that the
cemetery plat known as “First Addition Town to Manchester Cemetery No. 1” has been duly filed for
approval of the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin and that the same is
hereby approved as required by Chapter 157.07, Wisconsin Statutes. The plat complies with the
minimum acreage requirement exception 157.128(3)(b). The plat is located in:

       The SE ¼ of the NE ¼ of Section 33, T14N, R12E in the Town Of Manchester, Green Lake
County, Wisconsin more particularly described as follows:

       Lot 1 of Certified Survey Map No. 2837.The above described parcel contains 2.0 acres.



Roll Call on Ordinance No. 23-2008              Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                Zoning
Ayes 17 , Nay 0 , Absent 2 , Abstain 0

                                                /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 16h              Susan McConnell
day of September, 2008.
                                                /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Daniel G. Priske                            Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chair

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Howard Sell
Attest: County Clerk                            Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff Haase                                  /s/ Eugene Henke
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       Eugene Henke

                                                /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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                                     RESOLUTION NUMBER 24-08

Relating to: Farmland Preservation Agreement Application

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular/special meeting begun on the 16th day of September, 2008, does resolve as follows:

      WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Planning & Zoning Committee has been designated by the
County Board of Supervisors to review and make recommendations on Farmland Preservation
Agreement applications, and

        WHEREAS, applications of the below listed applicant have been referred to the required local
agency or local governing body for a 30-day review period, and comments from said local agency or
local governing body have been considered, and

       WHEREAS, the land of said applicant meets the eligibility requirements of the law, namely:
       1. The land is 35 acres or more in a parcel

       2. The land produced gross farm profits of $6,000 or more in the previous year or $18,000
          or more in the previous 3 years or at least 35 acres are enrolled in the federal
          conservation reserve program. Gross farm profits means the gross receipts resulting
          from the land’s agricultural use, excluding rent and less the cost or other basis of
          livestock or other items purchased for resale which were sold or disposed of during the
          year (includes PIK payments from the federal milk production termination program).

       3. The land was in agricultural use for at least 12 consecutive months during the preceding
          36 months.

Roll Call on Ordinance No. 24-2008               Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                 Zoning
Ayes 17 , Nay 0, Absent 2 , Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 16h               Susan McConnell
day of September, 2008.
                                                 /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Daniel G. Priske                             Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chair

/s/Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/Howard Sell
ATTEST: County Clerk                             Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:
                                                 /s/ Eugene Henke
/s/ Jeff Haase
Asst. Corporation Counsel                        Eugene Henke


                                                 /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                 Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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Resolution No. 24-08 Relating to Farmland Preservation Agreement Application continued:

       4. The land was used for one or more of the following: beekeeping; dairying; egg
          production; floriculture; fish or fur farming; forest and game management; grazing;
          livestock raising; orchards, plant greenhouses and nurseries; poultry raising; raising of
          grain; grass, mint and seed crops; raising of fruits, nuts and berries; sod farming;
          vegetable raising; commercial feedlots; and placing land in federal programs in return for
          payments in kind; owning land, at least 35 acres of which is enrolled in the conservation
          reserve program; and participation in the milk production termination program.

       5. The land is owned by a resident of the State. An “owner” includes an individual, legal
          guardian, corporation incorporated in Wisconsin, business trust, estate, trust, partnership
          or association of 2 or more persons having a joint or common interest in the land.
          Where land is subject to land contract, “owner” means the seller in agreement with the
          buyer.

       6. The farming operation is conducted in compliance with a soil and water conservation
          policy adopted by the land conservation committee of the County Board. At a minimum,
          landowners must reduce soil erosion on cropland to tolerable rates within five years of
          signing the agreement. The committee may require that additional standards be met
          and may allow more than five years for a landowner to meet applicable standards if the
          committee finds that a hardship exists. The committee is responsible for monitoring
          compliance and issuing notices of noncompliance if the requirements are not met.

                       Whereas, the lands of said applicant meet the County’s standards for approval,
                       based on the criteria specified in Ch. 91 of the Wisconsin Statutes relating to
                       agricultural productivity, agricultural use, extent of contiguous ownership
                       entered, consistency with existing Ag. Preservation Plans, or other criteria
                       established by the County Board of Supervisors.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the following named applicant for Farmland
Preservation Agreement under Ch. 91 of the Wisconsin Statutes be approved by the Green Lake
County Board of Supervisors for participation in the Farmland Preservation Program:


                                                 Bogucke Family Trust
                                    Part of Sections 22 and 27, Town of Princeton
                 For 191 acres to be included in the agreement

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the application of the named applicant be forwarded to the
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection for preparation of Farmland
Preservation Contracts.




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                                   RESOLUTION NUMBER 25-08

Relating to: Farmland Preservation Agreement Application

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular/special meeting begun on the 16th day of September, 2008, does resolve as follows:

      WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Planning & Zoning Committee has been designated by the
County Board of Supervisors to review and make recommendations on Farmland Preservation
Agreement applications, and

        WHEREAS, applications of the below listed applicant have been referred to the required local
agency or local governing body for a 30-day review period, and comments from said local agency or
local governing body have been considered, and

       WHEREAS, the land of said applicant meets the eligibility requirements of the law, namely:
       7. The land is 35 acres or more in a parcel

       8. The land produced gross farm profits of $6,000 or more in the previous year or $18,000
          or more in the previous 3 years or at least 35 acres are enrolled in the federal
          conservation reserve program. Gross farm profits means the gross receipts resulting
          from the land’s agricultural use, excluding rent and less the cost or other basis of
          livestock or other items purchased for resale which were sold or disposed of during the
          year (includes PIK payments from the federal milk production termination program).

       9. The land was in agricultural use for at least 12 consecutive months during the preceding
          36 months.

Roll Call on Ordinance No. 25-2008               Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                 Zoning
Ayes 17 , Nay 0 , Absent 2 , Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 16th              Susan McConnell
day of September, 2008.
                                                 /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Daniel G. Priske                             Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                       /s/ Howard Sell
Attest: County Clerk                             Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff Haase                                   /s/ Eugene Henke
Asst. Corporation Counsel                        Eugene Henke

                                                 /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                 Thomas Traxler, Jr.




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Resolution No. 25-08 Relating to Farmland Preservation Agreement Application continued:

       10. The land was used for one or more of the following: beekeeping; dairying; egg
           production; floriculture; fish or fur farming; forest and game management; grazing;
           livestock raising; orchards, plant greenhouses and nurseries; poultry raising; raising of
           grain; grass, mint and seed crops; raising of fruits, nuts and berries; sod farming;
           vegetable raising; commercial feedlots; and placing land in federal programs in return for
           payments in kind; owning land, at least 35 acres of which is enrolled in the conservation
           reserve program; and participation in the milk production termination program.

       11. The land is owned by a resident of the State. An “owner” includes an individual, legal
           guardian, corporation incorporated in Wisconsin, business trust, estate, trust, partnership
           or association of 2 or more persons having a joint or common interest in the land.
           Where land is subject to land contract, “owner” means the seller in agreement with the
           buyer.

       12. The farming operation is conducted in compliance with a soil and water conservation
           policy adopted by the land conservation committee of the County Board. At a minimum,
           landowners must reduce soil erosion on cropland to tolerable rates within five years of
           signing the agreement. The committee may require that additional standards be met
           and may allow more than five years for a landowner to meet applicable standards if the
           committee finds that a hardship exists. The committee is responsible for monitoring
           compliance and issuing notices of noncompliance if the requirements are not met.

                       Whereas, the lands of said applicant meet the County’s standards for approval,
                       based on the criteria specified in Ch. 91 of the Wisconsin Statutes relating to
                       agricultural productivity, agricultural use, extent of contiguous ownership
                       entered, consistency with existing Ag. Preservation Plans, or other criteria
                       established by the County Board of Supervisors.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the following named applicant for Farmland
Preservation Agreement under Ch. 91 of the Wisconsin Statutes be approved by the Green Lake
County Board of Supervisors for participation in the Farmland Preservation Program:


                                      Donald J. & Lorraine Bogucke Living Trust
                                         Part of Section 27, Town of Princeton
                 For 39.77 acres to be included in the agreement

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the application of the named applicant be forwarded to the
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection for preparation of Farmland
Preservation Contracts.




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                                         RESOLUTION 26- 2008

RESOLUTION In Support of Creation of A State and National Heritage Parkway Area
Designation corresponding to the Historic Marquette & Joliet Route of Exploration along
the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 16th day of September 2008, does resolve as follows:

WHEREAS, The 1673 Route of Exploration of explorers Marquette and Joliet has national
significance as an event that led to opening the Midwest portion of our Country, in what
has become the United State of America, and;

WHEREAS, A State and National Heritage Parkway designation has been proposed to recognize the
national stature of this historic waterway route and related heritage attractions; and

WHEREAS, we wish to acknowledge the important role this heritage plays in the economic
development of our region and state, contributing to heritage tourism and aiding in business
attraction efforts, as well as meeting local recreational needs; and

WHEREAS, The Friends of the Fox, a non-profit advocacy citizen group have entered into a
partnership with the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission to undertake a 3 year
effort to prepare a current Heritage Parkway Masterplan, and implement that plan, which is being
funded by three Community Foundations in the State, and;

WHEREAS, the creation of the Heritage Parkway will benefit local businesses and attractions along
the length of the parkway corridor who will benefit from the promotion and marketing of the
corridor as a part of the implementation of the plan, and;

WHEREAS, the pursuit of a National Heritage Area designation would make the Heritage Parkway
eligible for National Park Service funding in the future;

Roll Call on Resolution No. 26-08                 Submitted by Highway Committee

Aye 17 , Nay 0, Absent 2 , Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Orrin W. Helmer
                                    th
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 16                 Orrin W. Helmer, Chairman
day of September, 2008
                                                  /s/ Eugene Henke
/s/ Daniel G. Priske                              Eugene Henke
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Robert Krause
Attest: County Clerk                              Robert Krause
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                  /s/ Alma Hedberg
Corporation Counsel                               Alma Hedberg




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RESOLUTION In Support of Creation of A State and National Heritage Parkway Area Designation
corresponding to the Historic Marquette & Joliet Route of Exploration along the Fox and
Wisconsin Rivers – continued –



NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Green Lake County Board that:

1) The Green Lake County Board wishes to endorse and encourage the creation of a State and
National Heritage Parkway which recognizes the Historic Marquette and Joliet Route of exploration
of 1673, and;

2) That a copy of this resolution be transmitted by the Green Lake County Board Chairman to the
President of the Friends of the Fox, and the Director of the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning
Commission.




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                                     Ordinance No. 938-2008

Relating to Amending Ordinance No. 811-04 Personnel Policy & Procedures Manual,
Workplace Violence Policy

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly
assembled at its regular meeting begun on the 16th day of September, 2008, does ordain as
follows:

The Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual be amended by adding Appendix I, Workplace Violence
Policy.

(see attached)

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that this Ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication.

Roll Call on Ordinance No. 938 -08                      Submitted by Personnel Committee:


Ayes 17, Nays 0 , Absent 2 , Abstain 0                  /s/ Eugene Schroeder
                                                        Eugene Schroeder, Chair
Passed and Enacted/Rejected this 16th day of
September, 2008.                                        /s/ Elden Dallman
                                                        Elden Dallman, Vice-Chair

/s/ Daniel G. Priske                                    /s/ Bob Krause
County Board Chairman                                   Bob Krause

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                              /s/ Howard Sell
ATTEST: County Clerk                                    Howard Sell
Approve as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                        /s/ Maureen Schweder
Corporation Counsel                                     Maureen Schweder




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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the County Board meeting held on the 21st day
of October, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
13th day of November, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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           GREEN LAKE COUNTY
           BOARD PROCEEDINGS

           REGULAR SESSION

           OCTOBER 21, 2008

           The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular session, Tuesday, October 21,
           2008, at 6 PM in the County Board Room, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Chairman Orrin W. Helmer. Roll Called,
 18 Supervisors present, 1 Absent (Gene Thom, Dist. 19)


                                    Supervisor                    Supervisor Districts
                                    Orrin W. Helmer                    1
                                    Wallace Williams                   2
                                    Eugene Henke                       3
                                    Elden Dallman                      4
                                    Alma Hedberg                       5
                                    Howard Sell                        6
                                    Maureen Schweder                   7
                                    John A. Zelenski                   8
                                    Gus Mueller                        9
                                    Daniel Priske                     10
                                    Susan E. McConnell                11
                                    Eugene Schroeder                  12
                                    Thomas W. Traxler, Jr.            13
                                    Debra A. Schubert                 14
                                    Michael R. Stoddard               15
                                    Roberta A. Erdmann                16
                                    Joanne Guden                      17
                                    Robert Krause                     18




       CALL TO ORDER

                 1. The Clerk read the Call.

                      NOTICE GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday, the 21st day of October, 2008, 6 PM for the regular meeting of the
Board. Regular Monthly business to be transacted include:
                 Call to Order
                 Roll Call
                 Reading of the Call
                 Pledge of Allegiance
                 Minutes 9/16/2008
                 Announcements
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                  Public Comments (3 min limit)
                  Appearances
                      • Kurt Berner and Curt Schleicher - Samuels Group
                  Long Range Plan Discussion
                  Correspondence
                  Resolutions:
                          •   Relating to Wireless E911 Funding
                 Ordinances:
                 Reports
                 Committee Appointments
                      •     Construction Point Person – P&I Committee
                      •     Veteran Service Commission
                      •     Winnefox Library Board
                 Committee Reports
                      •   WCA Convention Reports
                 Committees to Report in November
                 Future Agenda Items for Action & Discussion
                  And such other business as may properly come before the Board of Supervisors.
The Several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing or acting upon
matters which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
                  Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin, this 16th day of October, 2008.
                  Margaret R. Bostelmann,
                  (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk

      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

                2.         The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

      MINUTES

                3.    Approval of the September 16, 2008 minutes. Correct spelling of Joanne
                      Guden’s name. Motion/second (Schubert/Stoddard) to approve the
                      September 16, 2008 minutes as corrected. All Ayes. Motion carried.


          ANNOUNCEMENTS

                4.    Next meeting date: Wednesday, November 12, 2008, 6 PM. The meeting is
                      on Wednesday, as by State Statutes, County Board can not meet on
                      Veteran’s Day.

          PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 minute limit)

                5.    None.

          APPEARANCES

                6.    Kurt Berner and Curt Schleicher, Samuels Group updated the Board on the
                      progress of the design documents to date. Project is currently progressing
                      quickly in the CD phase of design. The project is being designed into two
                      bid packs. The first bid pack is going to be a grading, footing, foundation
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              and structural steel package. The scheduled completion date of those
              documents is 11/17/08. The second bid package will be the balance of the
              construction documents and it is scheduled to complete sometime in early
              March. The first bid pack will be competitively bid the first week of
              December, 2008 with start of construction starting immediately after
              contract awards. The second bid pack will be bid in March and that scope of
              work will begin immediately after contract awards for that phase of the
              project.
          Construction start: There will be preliminary site work that will begin early part
          of November to prep the site for the investigation of the geothermal field as
          well as prep work for the construction of the first bid pack to begin in the first
          part of December. County Representative: Samuels Group request that the
          county designate one individual from the County Board that would be part of
          the day to day correspondence needed between the CM and the owner for any
          issues that my come up throughout the project. Contract: The contract
          submitted by the Samuels Group is a Construction Manager at Risk contract that
          ties the Samuels Group to the guaranteed maximum price agreed to at the
          September County Board meeting. Request for proposal for existing facilities:
          A request for proposal has been created and submitted to the P&I committee
          that could be used to submit to potential buyers of the existing county facilities.
          This is only a draft and can be modified in any way that the county would like
          to see it changed. A progress report will be presented to the County Board
          each month.

LONG RANGE PLAN DISCUSSION

     7.      None.

CORRESPONDENCE

     8.      Letter from Art Hartwig to the County Clerk regarding the September 16,
             2008 vote to approve financing for the courthouse project violates Wisconsin
             Statutes.

     9.      Letter in the County Board packets from Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance
             Corporation regarding 2009 Advisory Committee Nominations.               Four
             technical advisory committees that develop recommendations for the County
             Mutual Board of Directors are: Claims, Investment, Underwriting and Loss
             Prevention & Worker’s Compensation. Both elected and appointed county
             officials are eligible to serve on the advisory committees for a 1 year term.
             If interested in service on these committees, please complete the attached
             form and return it by November 14, 2008. If you are currently serving on a
             committee and wish to continue, you still must complete a form.

RESOLUTIONS

     10.     Resolution No. 27-2008 Relating to Funding for Wireless Emergency 911
             Surcharges and Current and New Technologies relating to E911.
             Motion/second (Schubert/Traxler)) to adopt Resolution No. 27-2008. Roll
             Call on Resolution - 18 Ayes, 0 Nays, 1 Absent (Thom.). Motion passed.
             Resolution No. 27-2008 adopted as amended.

ORDINANCES
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     11.   None.

REPORTS

     12.   None.

COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

     13.   Chairman Helmer has 3 appointments to make at this time. With the
           pleasure of the Board, Chairman Helmer wishes to appoint Supervisor Gene
           Thom as the Construction Point Person from the Property & Insurance
           Committee. Also with the pleasure of the Board, Chairman Helmer wishes to
           reappoint Victor Shrock, for a three year term ending the 2nd Tuesday
           December 2011 on the Veteran Service Commission. Also with the pleasure
           of the Board, Chairman Helmer wishes to reappoint Kay Roethel, for a two
           year term ending December 31, 2010, to the Winnefox Library Board.
           Motion/second (Priske/Guden) to approve the above appointments. All Ayes.
           Motion carried.

COMMITTEE REPORTS – WCA Convention

     14.   Vice Chairman Priske reported on the WCA Business Meeting, Wisconsin Way
           session and the Wisconsin Mutual Insurance Meeting.

     15.   Supervisor Guden reported on the Health Care sessions

     16.   Supervisor McConnell reported on the Energy Opportunities session, Trends
           in Budgeting session and Transportation Funding session.

     17.   Chairman Helmer, also reported on the Transportation Meeting.

COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN NOVEMBER

     18.   Chairman Helmer announced the committees to report in November will be:
           Land Conservation, Land Use Planning & Zoning, IT and County Fair.

OTHER ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

     19.   None.

ADJOURN

     20.   Motion/second (Schubert/Stoddard) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

     21.   Meeting adjourned at 6:55 PM

      Respectfully Submitted,
        /s/ Sue Wendt
       Assistant Clerk
                         Resolution No. 27-2008

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  Relating to Funding for Wireless Emergency 911 Surcharges and Current and New Technologies
                                         relating to E911


To the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting begun on the 21st day of October 2008 does resolve as follows:


       WHEREAS, the Wisconsin State Legislature allocates funding for Wireless Emergency 911
surcharges to the counties of the State of Wisconsin; and

      WHEREAS, the current funding for Wireless Emergency 911 surcharges is scheduled to end
on November 30, 2008; and

      WHEREAS, the Wisconsin State Legislature has not passed legislation regarding Wireless
Emergency 911 surcharges beyond November 30, 2008; and

        WHEREAS, the Wireless Emergency 911 surcharge funds the maintenance of technology that
locates wireless phone users who call 911 for emergency services; and


Roll Call on Resolution No.27-2008                Submitted by Judicial/Law Enforcement
                                                  and Emergency Management
                                                  Committee
Aye 18, Nay 0, Absent 1, Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Gene Thom
                                     st
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 21                 Gene Thom, Chairman
day of October, 2008
                                                  /s/ Debra A. Schubert
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                               Debra A. Schubert
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Howard Sell
Attest: County Clerk                              Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff Haase                                    /s/ John Zelenski
Asst. Corporation Counsel                         John Zelenski




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                       Funding for Wireless Emergency 911 Surcharges continued

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       WHEREAS, this technology greatly reduces response times to accident or crime scenes; and

        WHEREAS, Green Lake County will have a shortfall of approximately $11,672 in the Fiscal
Year 2009 budget because the State Legislature did not include Wireless Emergency 911 surcharges
in the Budget Repair Bill; and

       WHEREAS, all of the various computer hardware and software equipment purchased for
Wireless Emergency 911 will continue to need to be replaced and upgraded and funds should be
made available by the State Legislature for this purpose; and

         WHEREAS, if the State Legislature does not include Wireless E911 surcharges in the Budget
Repair Bill, Green Lake County will be forced to discontinue use of Wireless Emergency 911 services
to its residents and visitors; and

      WHEREAS, technology neutral legislation should be rewritten to cover landline, wireless,
VOIP and any other new technologies that access 911; and

        WHEREAS, the legislation should include a method for the 911 Public Safety Answering
Points (PSAPS) to recover their increasing costs including training, equipment used in the delivery of
911, equipment in first responder vehicles including radios and MDC’s and maintenance costs; and

        WHEREAS, all counties in the State of Wisconsin will be adversely affected by the elimination
of the current Wireless Emergency 911 surcharges.

        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Green Lake County Board respectfully request
that the Wisconsin State Legislature extend the current wireless surcharge until the issue of all 911
funding can be addressed with new legislation.

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County Clerk shall forward a copy of this resolution to
the Governor of the State of Wisconsin, the Majority Leader of the Wisconsin State Senate, the
Speaker of the Wisconsin State Assembly, the Wisconsin Counties Association, and to all counties in
the State of Wisconsin.


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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the County Board meeting held on the 12th day
of November, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
18th day of December, 2008.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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           GREEN LAKE COUNTY


          BOARD PROCEEDINGS

          REGULAR SESSION

          November 12, 2008




          The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular session, Wednesday, November
          12, 2008, at 6 P.M. in the County Board Room, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Chairman Helmer. Roll Called, 19 Supervisors present.

                              Supervisor                   Supervisor Districts
                              Orrin W. Helmer                           1
                              Wallace Williams                          2
                              Eugene Henke                              3
                              Elden Dallman                             4
                              Alma Hedberg                              5
                              Howard Sell                               6
                              Maureen Schweder                          7
                              John A. Zelenski                          8
                              Gus Mueller                               9
                              Daniel Priske                            10
                              Susan E. McConnell                       11
                              Eugene Schroeder                         12
                              Thomas W. Traxler, Jr.                   13
                              Debra A. Schubert                        14 (by conference call)
                              Michael R. Stoddard                      15
                              Roberta A. Erdmann                       16
                              Joanne Guden                             17
                              Robert Krause                            18
                              Gene Thom                                19




       The Clerk read the call.

                    NOTICE: GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS




The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin at 6:00 PM on Wednesday the 12th day of November, 2008 for the regular
meeting of the Board. Public Hearing on Proposed 2009 Budget at 6:30 PM. Regular monthly
business to be transacted includes:
CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL
READING OF THE CALL

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
APPEARANCES
MINUTES:
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
CORRESPONDENCE
PUBLIC COMMENT (3 MIN LIMIT)
LONG RANGE PLAN Discussion
RESOLUTIONS:
Relating to Borrowing Five Million Dollars from the State of Wisconsin State Trust Fund
ORDINANCES:
Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA
Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County, Article IV (Zoning Districts) Chapter 350,
Zoning.
HEARINGS: Recess at 6:30 PM for Public Hearing on Proposed 2009 Budget. Regular meeting will
resume upon completion of Public Hearing.
RESOLUTIONS CONTINUED:
Relating to 2009 Budget, 2008 Tax Levy
REPORTS
APPOINTMENTS:
COMMITTEE REPORTS: Land Conservation, Land Use Planning & Zoning, IT and County Fair
ALL OTHER MATTERS AUTHORIZED BY LAW
AND SUCH OTHER BUSINESS AS MAY PROPERLY COME BEFORE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
The several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing or acting upon
matters, which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green Lake, Wisconsin this
31st day of October, 2008.

             Margaret R. Bostelmann
(SEAL) County Clerk
             Green Lake County



   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

   1. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

   APPEARANCES

   2. None.

   MINUTES
   3. Minutes of October 21, 2008 County Board Motion/Second (Stoddard/Guden) to approve the
      October 21, 2008 minutes with correction of a typographical error. All Ayes. Motion carried.

   ANNOUNCEMENTS
   4. Chairman Helmer announced that the Public Hearing on the 2009 Budget will begin at 6:30
      PM. Regular session will resume after the public hearing.

   5. Chairman Helmer announced that the next County Board meeting will be December 16, 2008
       at 6 PM.


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CORRESPONDENCE

6. Letter from Mark O’Connell, Exec. Director Wisconsin Counties Association, regarding the
   WCA Southern District Regional Legislative Meeting on Monday, December 1, 2008 from 6-8
   PM at the Governor Dodge Hotel & Convention Center, Platteville, Wisconsin. All county
   officials are strongly urged to attend this meeting. Chairman Helmer stated that he
   authorized Supervisor Priske to attend. Any other supervisor may attend, but per diem will
   not be paid.

7. Letter from Josh Bindl, WCA Group Health Trust Insurance Administrator, regarding
   Nominations for WCA Group Health Trust Board and WCA Group Health Trust Claims Review
   Committee. All counties participating in the Trust are encouraged to submit nominations for
   consideration for 4 individuals to fill expiring terms on the board.     The Claims Review
   Committee shall be comprised of 5 individuals, all appointed by the Chair of the Trust Board.
   Any elected or appointed county official from a member county may apply. If you are
   currently serving on the Claims Review Committee or Trust Board, and wish to continue, you
   still must complete a form. Forms must be submitted by December 3, 2008.


PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 min limit)
8. Todd Hudzinski, Princeton, spoke regarding the Wisconsin Office of Energy Independence
   Grant that was presented at the Property & Insurance Committee meeting. Hudzinski was
   appointed as the volunteer grant coordinator. They will be having their first meeting on
   December 10th. A summary of information was put on each supervisors desk for review.
   This is an opportunity to become one of the State of Wisconsin’s first pilot Energy
   Independent Communities.

DISCUSSION & ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN

9. A report from the Samuels Group was put on each Supervisors’ desk. The design completion
   of the project is currently on schedule. The first bid pack is scheduled for completion on
   11/17/08. Ongoing design meetings will continue with county departments to complete the
   second bid package, between now and March of 2009. Preliminary site work will begin early
   part of November. The final contract verbiage is being completed with the advisement of
   Quarles & Brady for both the Samuels Group and Potter Lawson’s contracts. Request for
   proposal still needs to be reviewed by both the Property & Insurance Committee and County
   Board, regarding existing facilities. Supervisor Thom reported that the Property & Insurance
   Committee decided to wait on the RFP for now.

SNOWPLOW DRIVER APPRECIATION DAY

10. The Clerk read a proclamation from the Governor of the State of Wisconsin regarding
   declaring November 12, 2008, Snowplow Driver Appreciation Day. The Governor urges all
   citizens of Wisconsin to reflect upon the valuable service performed by snowplow drivers, to
   exercise caution whenever encountering snowplows upon our highways, and to limit non-
   essential driving during periods of the worst driving conditions to allow snowplow drivers to
   safely and efficiently clear our streets and highways. Chairman Helmer stated that we are
   fortunate to have dedicated snowplow drivers in Green Lake County, as will as the State of
   Wisconsin. Thank you snowplow drivers.

STATEMENT OF EMPLOYER SUPPORT FOR THE GUARD AND RESERVE


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11. The Clerk read a Statement of Support for the Guard and Reserve in Green Lake County.
   Therefore, we join other employers in pledging that: We fully recognize, honor and enforce
   the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA). Our
   managers and supervisors will have the tools they need to effectively manage those
   employees who serve in the Guard and Reserve. We will continually recognize and support
   our country’s service members and their families in peace, in crisis and in war.
   Motion/second (Mueller/Erdmann) to authorize Chairman Helmer to sign the Statement of
   Support. All Ayes. Motion carried.

RESOLUTIONS

12. Resolution No. 28-2008   Relating to Borrowing Five Million Dollars from the State of
   Wisconsin State Trust Fund. Motion/second (Priske/Schroeder) to adopt Resolution No. 28-
   2008. Discussion held. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 18 Ayes, 1 Nay (Schweder).
   Resolution No. 28-2008 passed as adopted.

PUBLIC HEARING 6:30 PM

13. Chairman Helmer announced that the time has arrived for the Public Hearing on the 2009
    Budget. Motion/second (Stoddard/Guden) that we dissolve as a County Board of Supervisors
   and arise as a Committee of the Whole, for the purpose of conducting a Public Hearing on
   the proposed 2009 Budget and that Chairman of Finance, Dan Priske, chair the Public
   Hearing. All Ayes. Motion carried.

14. Chairman of Finance, Dan Priske, called the Public Hearing to order. Supervisor Priske gave a
   short background summary on the 2009 Budget process and commented on the outstanding
   job done by the staff and supervisors on the budget.

15. Supervisor Priske asked Margaret Bostelmann, County Clerk to explain the reasoning for
   changes in the budget.

16. No public comments were made. Supervisor Priske declared the Public Hearing Closed.

17. Motion/second (Stoddard/McConnell) that Chairman Helmer be seated as Chairman of the
   Board and to dissolve as a Committee of the Whole and arise as a Board to resume regular
   business. All Ayes. Motion carried.

18. Chairman Helmer also thanked the departments and Finance Committee and the County
   Clerk’s Staff for the hard work they put into the 2009 Budget.


RESUME REGULAR SESSION 6:35 PM

RESOLUTIONS CONTINUED:
19. Resolution No. 29-2008 Relating to 2009 Budget and 2008 Tax Levy. Motion/second
    (Priske/McConnell) to adopt Resolution No. 29-2008. Roll Call on motion to adopt – 19
    Ayes, 0 Nays. Motion passed. Resolution No. 29-2008 passed as adopted.

ORDINANCES

20. Ordinance No. 939-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn – ABA.
    Motion/second (Traxler, Jr. / McConnell) to enact Ordinance No. 393-2008. Land Use
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   Planning and Zoning Committee recommends approval. Roll Call on motion to enact – 19
   Ayes, 0 Nays. Motion passed. Ordinance No. 939-2008 passed as enacted.

21. Ordinance No. 940-2008 Relating to Amending the Code of Green Lake County, Article IV
   (Zoning Districts) Chapter 350 Zoning. Motion/second (Erdmann/Henke) to enact Ordinance
   No. 940-2008. The purpose of the stated changes is to expand Chapter 350, by adding:
   subdivision specific model home/sales office to all residential zoning districts regulated by
   Chapter 350. Roll Call on motion to enact – 19 Ayes, 0 Nays. Motion passed. Ordinance
   No. 940-2008 passed as enacted.

REPORTS

22. None.

APPOINTMENTS

23. None.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

24. Supervisor Stoddard reported on the activities of the Land Conservation Department.

25. Supervisor McConnell reported on the activities of the Land Use Planning and Zoning
   Department.

26. Supervisor Priske reported on the activities of the Information Technology Department.

27. Supervisor Schweder reported on the County Fair held July 31-August 3, 2008.


FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

28. Chairman Helmer announced that the Committees to report in December are: Railroad
   Consortium, Winne-fox Library and W2.

ADJOURN

29. Motion/Second (Stoddard/Schubert) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

30. Meeting adjourned at 6:55 PM

   Respectfully Submitted,


   Sue Wendt, Secretary




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                                        Resolution No. 28-2008


 Relating to Borrowing Five Million Dollars from State of Wisconsin State Trust Fund Loan Program


To the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting begun on the 12th day of November 2008 does resolve as follows:

      WHEREAS, by the provisions of Sec. 24.66 of the Wisconsin Statutes, all municipalities may
borrow money for such purposes in the manner prescribed; and

       WHEREAS, by the provision of Chapter 24 of the Wisconsin Statutes, the Board of
Commissioners of Public Lands of Wisconsin is authorized to make loans from the State Trust Funds
to municipalities for such purposes. (Municipality as defined by Sec. 24.60(2) of the Wisconsin
Statutes means a town, village, city, county, public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district,
town sanitary district created under Sec. 60.71 or 60.72, metropolitan sewerage district created
under Sec. 200.05 or 200.23, joint sewerage system created under Sec. 281.43(4), school district or
technical college district); and



Resolution No. 28-2008                              Submitted by Finance Committee

Aye 18, Nay 1, Absent 0, Abstain 0
                                                    /s/ Daniel Priske
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 12th                 Daniel Priske, Chairman
day of November, 2008
                                                    /s/ Eugene Schroeder
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                 Eugene Schroeder
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                          /s/ Debra Schubert
Attest: County Clerk                                Debra Schubert
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                    Susan E. McConnell
Corporation Counsel                                 Susan E. McConnell

                                                    Alma Hedberg
                                                    Alma Hedberg



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        Resolution No. 28-2008 Relating to Borrowing Five Million Dollars from the State of Wisconsin State
Trust Fund Loan Program, Continued.

       NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the County of Green Lake, Wisconsin borrow from
the Trust Funds of the State of Wisconsin the sum of Five Million and 00/100 Dollars
($5,000,000.00)for the purpose of partially financing the new county Justice Center and Health and
Human Services facility and for no other purpose.

        The loan is to be payable within 5 years from the 15th day of March preceding the date the
loan is made. The loan will be repaid in annual installments with interest at the rate of 3.50 percent
per annum from the date of making the loan to the 15th day of March next and thereafter annually
as provided by law.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that there shall be raised and there is levied upon all taxable
property, within the County of Green Lake, Wisconsin, a direct annual tax for the purpose of paying
interest and principal on the loan as they become due.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no money obtained by the County of Green Lake by such
loan from the state be applied or paid out for any purpose except partially financing the new county
Justice Center and Health and Human Services facility without the consent of the Board of
Commissioners of Public Lands.

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in case the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands of
Wisconsin agrees to make the loan, that the Chairman and Clerk of the County of Green Lake,
Wisconsin, are authorized and empowered, in the name of the county to execute and deliver to the
Commission, certificates of indebtedness, in such form as required by the Commission, for any sum
of money that may be loaned to the county pursuant to this resolution. The Chairman and Clerk of
the county will perform all necessary actions to fully carry out the provisions of Chapter 24,
Wisconsin Statutes, and these resolutions.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this preamble and this resolution and the aye and no vote
by which they were adopted, be recorded and that the Clerk of the county forward this certified
record, along with the application for the loan, to the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands of
Wisconsin.



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Fiscal Note attached.




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                                  RESOLUTION NO. 29-2008



Relating to 2009 Budget and 2008 Property Tax Levy.


The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its
annual meeting begun on the 12th day of November, 2008, does resolve as follows:

        WHEREAS, the several departments of Green Lake County Government have prepared
estimates of revenues and expenditures for their respective departments for 2009 in coordination with
their governing committees; and

       WHEREAS, the Finance Committee of the County Board of Supervisors has reviewed each of
these estimates in detail and made such adjustments as deemed necessary and appropriate.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the attached budget for Green Lake County for
2009 be adopted; and


       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a property tax of $12,271,454 be apportioned among the
sixteen (16) municipalities in accordance with ratios provided by the Wisconsin Department of
Revenue.


Resolution No. 29-2008                            Submitted by Finance Committee

Aye 19, Nay 0, Absent 0, Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Daniel Priske
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this                    Daniel Priske, Chairman
12th day of November, 2008
                                                  /s/ Eugene Schroeder
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                               Eugene Schroeder
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Debra Schubert
Attest: County Clerk                              Debra Schubert
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                  /s/ Susan E. McConnell
Corporation Counsel                               Susan E. McConnell

                                                  /s/ Alma Hedberg
                                                  Alma Hedberg




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                               ORDINANCE NUMBER 939-2008


Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Brooklyn
               Owner: American Baptist Assembly, Inc.

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled
at its regular meeting on the 12th day of November, 2008, does ordain as follows:

That Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Brooklyn, be amended from A-3
Light Agricultural District to RC Recreational District.

       W2511 State Rd 23, Parcel #004-00914-0000 – Part of Govt Lot 2, Except
       the west 1 rod and except Lot 1 of Certified Survey Map 2075 and other
       unplatted lands, Section 35, T16N, R12E, Town of Brooklyn (± 8.0 Acres)

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as
amended), Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-2 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.


Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:            X    Approval
Denial


Roll Call on Ordinance No.939 -2008             Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                Zoning
Ayes 19, Nay 0, Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 12th             Susan McConnell, Chair
day of November, 2008
                                                /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                             Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                      /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                            Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                               /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                       Howard Sell


                                                /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                Thomas Traxler, Jr.




Committee vote:     Ayes___5____ Nays____0____ Abstain____0____ Absent____0____

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                                    ORDINANCE NO. 940- 2008



Relating to an Ordinance amending the Code of Green Lake County,

Article IV (Zoning Districts) Chapter 350 Zoning.



The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 12th day of November 2008, does ordain as follows:

       That the Code of the County of Green Lake, Article IV to Chapter 350 has the following
section(s) amended:

                       SEE REVERSE SIDE

   The purpose of the stated changes is to expand Chapter 350, by adding; subdivision specific

   model home/sales office to all residential zoning district(s) regulated by Chapter 350; and



Effective upon passage and publication.

Entire ordinance can be viewed in Chapter 350, Code of Green Lake County on line at www.co.green-
lake.wi.us under County Clerk

Roll Call on Ordinance No.940 -2008                 Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                    Zoning
Ayes 19, Nay 0, Absent 0, Abstain 0

                                                    /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 12th                 Susan McConnell, Chair
day of November, 2008
                                                    /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Orrin W. Helmer                                 Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                          /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                                Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                   /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                           Howard Sell


                                                    /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                    Thomas Traxler, Jr.


Committee vote         Aye_____5_ Nay_____0__ Abstain______0__ Absent____0____


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Amend the following districts.


§ 350-38. R-1 Single-Family Residence District.
A.   Permitted uses.
     (1)   Single-family dwellings, provided that the Board of Adjustment may permit the
           conversion of any single-family dwelling existing on the effective date of this chapter to
           house not more than two families. Trailers and mobile homes may not be used for
           dwellings except as specifically permitted by this chapter.
     (2)   Churches; public schools; parochial schools; municipal buildings, except sewage disposal
           plants; garbage incinerators; public warehouses; public garages; public shops; storage
           yards; and public recreational and community center buildings and grounds.
     (3)   Private clubs and lodges, except those whose chief activity is a service customarily
           carried on as a business.
     (4)   Branch telephone exchange, provided that there is no service garage or storage yard;
           transformers; unit substations for the neighborhood distribution of electric power;
           telephone, telegraph and power distribution poles and lines; and underground public
           utility lines and structures. This regulation shall not be construed to permit microwave
           radio relay structures, overground transmission lines, electric power substations other
           than the unit or neighborhood size, or other major public utility structures except as
           provided in Article VII.
     (5)   Home occupations, provided that no article is sold or offered for sale on the premises
           except such as is produced by such occupation, that no stock-in-trade is kept or sold,
           that no mechanical equipment is used other than such as is permissible for purely
           domestic purposes, and that no person other than a member of the immediate family
           living on the premises is employed.
     (6)   Professional home offices: When established in a residential district, a professional home
           office shall be incidental to the residential occupation; not more than 25% of the floor
           area of only one story of a dwelling unit shall be occupied by such office, and not more
           than one person not a member of the resident family shall be employed on the premises.
     (7)   Unoccupied storage of camping trailer, mobile camper, houseboats or other recreational
           vehicles or devices as an accessory use. Limit of two units per family.
B.   Conditional uses: refer to § 350-54A.
     (1) Subdivision specific model home/sales office
C.   Height and area uses: refer to §§ 350-18, 350-19 and 350-20.
D.   Setbacks: refer to § 350-50A.


§ 350-40. R-3 Multiple-Family Residence District.
A.   Multiple-Family Residence District use. In this district, no building or premises shall be used,
     and no building shall hereafter be erected, moved or structurally altered, unless otherwise
     provided in this chapter, except for one or more of the following specified uses.
B.   Permitted uses.

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     (1)   Any use permitted in the R-1 District, § 350-38A(1) to (7).
     (2)   Any use permitted in the R-4 District.
     (3)   Multiple-family dwellings.
     (4)   Private clubs and fraternities, except those whose principal activity is a service
           customarily carried on as a business.
     (5)   Mobile home parks, when the location of each park shall have been approved in writing
           by the Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee, after public hearing. In approving such
           location, the Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee shall view the proposed site(s)
           and shall consider such evidence as may be presented at the hearing bearing upon the
           general purpose and intent of this chapter. In addition, such mobile home parks must at
           least equal the minimum requirements of the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family
           Services Administrative Codes which govern mobile home parks. [Amended 12-21-2004
           by Ord. No. 822-04]
     (6)   Bed-and-breakfast establishments; maximum of four rooms/one family per room.
C.   Conditional uses: refer to § 350-54A.
     (1) Subdivision specific model home/sales office
D.   Height and area uses: refer to §§ 350-18, 350-19 and 350-20.
E.   Setbacks: refer to § 350-50A.


§ 350-41. R-4 Duplex (Two-Family) Residence District.
A.   Permitted uses.
     (1)   Any use permitted in the R-1 District.
     (2)   Duplex, two-family dwelling.
     (3)   Intermediate group day-care center.
B.   Conditional uses: refer to § 350-54A.
      (1) Subdivision specific model home/sales office
C.   Height and area uses: refer to §§ 350-18, 350-19 and 350-20.
D.   Setbacks: refer to § 350-50A.




Amendment language is shown in bold italic




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STATE OF WISCONSIN       )

COUNTY OF GREEN LAKE )


I, Margaret R. Bostelmann, County Clerk, In and For the County of
Green Lake, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the Green Lake County Board Proceedings together with the
reports as set forth at the County Board meeting held on the 16th day
of December, 2008.

In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal of
the County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Wisconsin, this
18th day of February, 2009.

                             /s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
                             County Clerk




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        GREEN LAKE COUNTY
          BOARD PROCEEDINGS

          REGULAR SESSION

          DECEMBER 16, 2008

           The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors met in regular session, Tuesday, December
           16, 2008, at 6 PM in the County Board Room, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
The Board was called to order by Daniel G. Priske, Vice-Chairman. Roll Called, 17 Supervisors
present, 2 Absent (Alma Hedberg., Dist. 5, Orrin Helmer Dist. 1)

                                  Supervisor                  Supervisor Districts
                                  Wallace Williams                 2
                                  Eugene Henke                     3
                                  Elden Dallman                    4
                                  Howard Sell                      6
                                  Maureen Schweder                 7
                                  John A. Zelenski                 8
                                  Gus Mueller                      9
                                  Daniel Priske                   10
                                  Susan E. McConnell              11
                                  Eugene Schroeder                12
                                  Thomas W. Traxler, Jr.          13
                                  Debra A. Schubert               14
                                  Michael R. Stoddard             15
                                  Roberta A. Erdmann              16
                                  Joanne Guden                    17
                                  Robert Krause                   18
                                  Gene Thom                       19


      CALL TO ORDER

       The Clerk read the Call.

                     NOTICE GREEN LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The Green Lake County Board of Supervisors will convene at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin on Tuesday, the 16th day of December, 2008, 6 PM for the regular meeting of the
Board. Regular Monthly business to be transacted include:
                 Call to Order
                 Roll Call
                 Reading of the Call
                 Pledge of Allegiance
                 Minutes 11/12/08
                 Announcements
                 Public Comments (3 min limit)
                 Appearances
                    • Bob Schroyer – Re: RollCall-Pro
                    • Ted Weismann – Re: Wind Energy
                 Correspondence
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                  Approval to join WCA
                  Long Range Plan Discussion
                  Resolutions:
                      • Relating to Wireless Roll Call Equipment
                      • Relating to 25% by 2025
                 Ordinances:
                      •   Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester – Holl
                      •   Relating to Wind Energy Ordinance
                      •   Amending Chapter 260, of the Green Lake County Code Regarding
                          Restrictions on Parking.
                 Out of State Training - Sheriff
                 Reports
                 Committee Appointments
                 Committee Reports
                      •   Railroad Consortium
                      •   WinneFox Library
                      •   W-2
                 Committees to Report in February, 2009
                 Future Agenda Items for Action & Discussion
                  And such other business as may properly come before the Board of Supervisors.
The Several committees of the Board may also meet for the purpose of discussing or acting upon
matters which are the subject matter of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
                  Given under my hand and official seal at the Courthouse in the City of Green
Lake, Wisconsin, this 5th day of December, 2008.
                  Margaret R. Bostelmann,
                  (SEAL) Green Lake County Clerk

      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

                1.    The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

          MINUTES

                2.    Approval of the November 12, 2008 minutes. Motion/second
                      (McConnell/Schubert) to approve the November 12, 2008 minutes as
                      presented. All Ayes. Motion carried.

          ANNOUNCEMENTS

                3.    Next meeting date: February 17, 2009 at 6 PM. There will not be a County
                      Board meeting in January, 2009.

          PUBLIC COMMENTS (3 minute limit)

                4.    Mike White, Town of Green Lake spoke regarding the Wind Energy
                      Ordinance. There is nothing in the ordinance regarding preserving the
                      aesthetic of the lake. An amendment should be added that no energy
                      equipment be permitted within 3 miles of the shoreline.

                5.    Bob Colton, Town of Green Lake spoke regarding the Wind Energy
                      Ordinance. The ordinance does not address comprehensive plan, smart


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           growth or setbacks from shoreline. Setbacks for residential property with no
           house are too close to property with a house on it.

     6.    Art Hershberger, Town of Green Lake spoke regarding the Wind Energy
           Ordinance.

     7.    Mike Starshak, Town of Green Lake spoke regarding the Wind Energy
           Ordinance. The County Board should consider the people living in Green
           Lake County and preserving the natural resources of Big Green.

     8.    Attorney Paul Hoffman, spoke regarding the Wind Energy Ordinance. He
           worked with Planning and Zoning to come up with an Ordinance that fit the
           state mandates. Without an ordinance, Wind Farms could be placed
           anywhere in the county. This gives the county some say in where they can
           be placed.

APPEARANCES

     9.    Bob Schroyer, Roll Call Pro, gave a demonstration on all the advantages of
           having an automated roll call system. Schroyer also answered questions
           from the board.

     10.   Ted Weismann, Florida Power & Light, explained wind farms and he affirmed
           their concern for the people of Green Lake County. The State has mandated
           that counties will have alternative energy resources. (§66.0401) Before this
           ordinance wind farms could be placed anywhere in the county, you would
           have no control over them. Weismann also answered questions from the
           board.

CORRESPONDENCE

     11.   Thank you note from Supervisor Schubert for the cards and concerns while
           she was laid up.

     12.   Note from County Board Chair, Orrin Helmer wishing everyone a Merry
           Christmas and Happy New Year. His recovery is coming along well. Also
           thanking everyone for their prayers, cards and gifts he received during this
           long period of time prior to his major surgery this past week.

     13.   Letter from Art Hartwig, on supervisor’s desks regarding the ¾ approval
           vote to approve the building project.

DISCUSSION & ACTION ON LONG RANGE PLAN

     14.   Supervisor Thom, Property & Insurance Committee Chair, stated that an
           update on the progress of the building project is on everyone’s desk. The
           County Clerk read the report to the board.

RESOLUTIONS

     15.   Resolution No. 30-2008 Relating to Wireless Roll Call Voting System.
           Motion/second (McConnell/Schroeder) to adopt Resolution No. 30-2008.

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           Discussion held. Roll Call on Motion to adopt – 6 Ayes (Dallman, Erdmann,
           McConnell, Priske, Traxler, Zelenski), 11 Nays, 2 Absent (Hedberg/Helmer).
           Motion failed. Resolution No. 30-2008 rejected.

     16.   Resolution No. 31-2008 Relating to setting a goal of achieving at least 25%
           renewable, domestically produced energy by 2025.             Motion/second
           (Stoddard/McConnell) to adopt Resolution No. 31-2008. Roll Call on motion
           to adopt – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Hedberg/Helmer). Motion passed.
           Resolution No. 31-2008 passed as adopted.

ORDINANCES

     17.   Ordinance No. 941-2008 Relating to Rezoning in the Town of Manchester –
           Holl. Motion/second (Traxler/McConnell) to enact Ordinance No. 941-2008.
           Discussion held. Land Use Planning & Zoning Committee recommends
           approval. Roll Call on motion to enact – 14 ayes, 3 Nays (Guden, Schubert,
           Dallman), 2 Absent (Hedberg/Helmer). Motion passed. Ordinance No. 941-
           2008 passed as enacted.

     18.   Ordinance No. 942-2008 Relating to amending the Code of Green Lake
           County, Article V (Sign Regulations) Chapter 350 Zoning. (Wind Ordinance)
           Motion/second (Sell/Traxler) to enact Ordinance No. 942-2008. Land Use
           Planning and Zoning Committee recommends approval. Roll Call on motion
           to enact – 17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Hedberg/Helmer). Motion passed.
           Ordinance No. 942-2008 passed as enacted.

     19.   Ordinance No. 943-2008 Relating to Amending Chapter 260, Vehicles and
           Traffic, of the Green Lake County Code Regarding Restrictions on Parking.
           Motion/second (Schubert/Thom)       to enact Ordinance No. 943-2008.
           Motion/second (Priske/Thom) to allow Sheriff Podoll to explain the benefits
           of this ordinance. All Ayes. Motion passed. Roll Call on motion to enact –
           17 Ayes, 0 Nays, 2 Absent (Hedberg/Helmer). Motion passed. Ordinance
           No. 943-2008 passed as adopted.

OUT OF STATE TRAINING - SHERIFF

     20.   Letter on Supervisors desk requesting permission for the Sheriff to attend
           the National Sheriff’s Conference on May 17 to May 23, 2009 in Longmont,
           Colorado. Motion/second (Guden/Thom) to grant permission for the Sheriff
           to attend the National Sheriff’s Conference per County policy. All Ayes.
           Motion carried.

REPORTS

     21.   None

COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

     22.   None.

COMMITTEE REPORTS


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     23.   Supervisor Henke reported on the Railroad Consortium.
     24.   Supervisor McConnell will report on the Winnefox Library in February.
     25.   Supervisor Mueller reported on W-2.

COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN FEBRUARY, 2009

     26.   Vice-Chairman Priske announced the committees to report in February, 2009
           will be: Little Green Lake Rehab District, Lake Puckaway Rehab District and
           ADVOCAP.

OTHER ITEMS FOR ACTION AND DISCUSSION

     27.   Vice-Chair Priske thanked Marge, John Selsing and Orrin Helmer for the fine
           spread put out prior to County Board. He also wished everyone a Merry
           Christmas and Happy New Year.

ADJOURN

     28.   Motion/second (Schubert/Stoddard) to adjourn. All Ayes. Motion carried.

     29.   Meeting adjourned at 7:55 PM

       Respectfully Submitted,

       Sue Wendt
       Assistant Clerk




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                                      RESOLUTION NO. 30-2008


Relating to Wireless Roll Call Voting System

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its
annual meeting begun on the 16th day of December, 2008, does resolve as follows:


       WHEREAS, the Finance Committee of the County Board of Supervisors has reviewed a new
Wireless Roll Call Voting system, and

     WHEREAS, the voting system can be customized with Board Member’s names, Display of
Members’ request to speak, and Voting results only after all votes are cast; and

       WHEREAS, with a large public display and computer record of board activity, including full text
of Resolutions, revise Agenda during meeting and run presentations, a more accurate recording of the
board meeting can be made; and

       WHEREAS, minimal installation and maintenance costs, assure reliability and ease of use.

       NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Green Lake County Board purchase the
Wireless Roll Call Voting system for $6,400.00 from the 2008 Contingency Fund Account.



Resolution No. 30-2008                            Submitted by Finance Committee

Aye 6, Nay 11, Absent 2, Abstain 0
                                                  /s/ Daniel Priske
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this                    Daniel Priske, Chairman
16th day of December, 2008
                                                  /s/ Eugene Schroeder
/s/ Daniel Priske                                 Eugene Schroeder
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                        /s/ Debra Schubert
Attest: County Clerk                              Debra Schubert
Approved as to Form:

/s/ John Selsing                                  /s/ Susan McConnell
Corporation Counsel                               Susan E. McConnell

                                                  /s/ Alma Hedberg
                                                  Alma Hedberg




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                                 RESOLUTION NUMBER 31-2008

Relating to setting a goal of achieving at least 25% renewable, domestically produced energy by
2025.

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 16th day of December, 2008, does resolve as follows:

      WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Board is committed to protecting the environment and
growing the economy; and

       WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Board recognizes that conservation, energy-efficiency,
and renewable energy safeguard our environment, strengthen our economy, and reduce costs; and

        WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Board recognizes that the public sector must be a leader
in implementing energy efficiency and renewable energy in public facilities and infrastructure; and

      WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Board has in the past undertaken energy-efficiency
measures intermittently; and

      WHEREAS, the Green Lake County Board now wishes to develop a comprehensive
approach:
          • To implement energy conservation and efficiency in all public facilities in the County,
          • To generate renewable energy on public property and in publicly-supported projects,
          • To use alternative fuels and increase overall fuel efficiency of the County’s vehicle
            fleet, and

Roll Call on Resolution No. 31-2008              Submitted by Property & Insurance

Aye 17, Nay 0, Absent 2, Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ Eugene Schroeder
Passed & Adopted/Rejected this 16th              Eugene Schroeder
day of December, 2008
                                                 /s/ Michael Stoddard
/s/ Daniel Priske                                Michael Stoddard, Vice Chair
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann
Attest: County Clerk                             Orrin W. Helmer
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                /s/ Gene Thom
Corporation Counsel                              Gene Thom

                                                 /s/ Gus Mueller
                                                   Gus Mueller




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Resolution No. 31-2008 Relating to setting a goal of achieving at least 25% renewable, domestically produced
energy by 2025; Continued:


        WHEREAS, the Wisconsin Office of Energy Independence is seeking partnerships with local
units of government in furtherance of the State of Wisconsin’s efforts to achieve the goal of
achieving at least 25% renewable, domestically produced energy by 2025;

         NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Green Lake County Board hereby declares
itself a partner with the State of Wisconsin in pursuit of the “25 x 25” goals for energy
independence, and directs staff to prepare and submit an application to the Wisconsin Office of
Energy Independence for a grant for an Energy Independent Community 25 x 25 plan; and

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that upon adoption the County Clerk is hereby directed to
send a copy of this resolution to Governor Doyle and the Wisconsin Office of Energy Independence.




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                                 ORDINANCE NUMBER 941-2008

Relating to:   Rezoning in the Town of Manchester
               Owner: Norman E. & Kathleen R. Holl

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at its
regular meeting on the 16th day of December, 2008, does ordain as follows:

WHEREAS on August 21, 2007 Ordinance 904-2007 was acted on with the understanding that a three-quarter
vote was needed for the ordinance to pass and

WHEREAS new legal information has now been determined that a simple majority vote is needed to pass the
Ordinance.

WHEREAS Green Lake County Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 as amended, No. 350-26 Zoning Districts
(Official Map M-6 Ordinance No. 297-84) as relates to the Town of Manchester, be amended from A-1
Exclusive Agriculture District to A-3 Light Agriculture District.

        012-00660-0000 – Part of the E ¾ (60R) of the NE1/4 of the NW1/4 Sec 34 Exc CSM 1658
        V7 Exc that part of CSM 2686 V13 Lying Therein, T14N R12E, Town of Manchester (±10.0
        Acres) to be identified by Certified Survey Map.

NOW THERE FOR BE IT ORDAINED that Ordinance 904-2007 be vacated and

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the result of the vote of this Ordinance will supersede the vote of Ordinance
904-2007.

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that, in all other respects, said Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 350 (as amended),
Section 350-26, District Maps (Official Map M-6 Ordinance No. 297-84) be ratified.
Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee Recommends:           x     Approval            Denial

Roll Call on Ordinance No.941 -2008                  Submitted by Land Use Planning &
                                                     Zoning
Ayes 14, Nays 3 , Absent 2, Abstain 0
                                                     /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 16th                  Susan McConnell, Chair
day of December, 2008
                                                     /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Daniel Priske                                    Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                           /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                                 Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                    /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                            Howard Sell


                                            /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                            Thomas Traxler, Jr.
Committee vote:     Ayes___3_____ Nays____0____ Abstain____0____ Absent_____2___



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                            ORDINANCE NO. 942 - 2008
Relating to an Ordinance amending the Code of Green Lake County,

Article V (Sign Regulations) Chapter 350 Zoning.

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 16th day of December 2008, does ordain as follows:

       That the Code of the County of Green Lake, Article V to Chapter 350 has the following
section(s) amended:

                       SEE REVERSE SIDE

   The purpose of the stated changes is to expand Chapter 350, by adding; standards for the

   regulation of wind energy facilities to Chapter 350; and

Effective upon passage and publication.

Roll Call on Ordinance No.942 -2008              Submitted by Land Use Planning &
*As amended                                      Zoning with recommendation to
                                                 Approve/Disapprove
Ayes 17, Nay 0, Absent 2, Abstain 0
                                                 /s/ Susan McConnell
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 16th              Susan McConnell, Chair
day of December, 2008
                                                 /s/ Roberta A. Erdmann
/s/ Daniel Priske                                Roberta A. Erdmann
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                       /s/ Eugene Henke
Attest: County Clerk                             Eugene Henke
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                /s/ Howard Sell
Asst. Corporation Counsel                        Howard Sell


                                                 /s/ Thomas Traxler, Jr.
                                                 Thomas Traxler, Jr.


Committee vote         Aye__3__ Nay___0__ Abstain__0__ Absent__2__

Complete Ordinance can be viewed in Chapter 350, Code of Green Lake County, on line at
www.co.green-lake.wi.us under County Clerk




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                                             Article V
                                      Non-building Structures
§ 350-43.1. future
§ 350-43.2     Wind energy facility.
This section is established to comply with the provisions of § 66.0401 Wis. Stats. This section is
intended to provide regulatory provisions for the construction, operation and discontinuance of a
wind energy facility. All wind energy facility provisions of this section are intended in their
application to satisfy one of the following:
       Serves to preserve or protect the public health or safety; or,
       Does not significantly increase the cost of the facility or significantly decrease its efficiency;
       or,
       Allows for an alternative facility of comparable cost and efficiency.
The provisions of this section shall apply to all sizes of wind energy facilities in all unincorporated
areas of Green Lake County that have adopted Chapter 350 Zoning Ordinance, Code of Green Lake
County.
A. Location of a wind energy facility. Subject to the provisions of § 350-43.2., a wind energy
facility shall be allowed as a permitted use in all zoning districts except:
       (1)   NRC – Natural Resource Conservancy District
       (2)   M-1 – Mineral Extraction District
       (3)   M-2 – Sanitary Landfill District
       (4)   Sites of nonmetallic mining with a reclamation plan pursuant to
             NR 135 Wis. Admin. Rule.
B. General provisions. The provisions of this section shall apply to a new wind energy facility
permitted after the effective date of this section. In addition, no expansion, modification or
structural alteration to an existing wind energy facility shall be allowed unless in full compliance with
this section.
C. Informational public meeting. Prior to issuance of a land use permit by the County Land Use
Planning and Zoning Department an informational meeting shall be held for the public and the
owner/operator of the wind energy facility. The intent of this meeting is for the owner/operator of
the wind energy facility to provide operational plan information about the proposed wind energy
facility. This meeting shall be held by the Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee and their
discretion shall be used to determine the scope of dialog allowed to provide a thorough
understanding of the proposed project.
D. Standards for a wind energy facility.
    (1) Visual appearance. The visual appearance of a wind energy facility shall require the
exterior surface be a non-reflective, non-obtrusive neutral color. Wind energy facility sites shall
require all structures, as approved by the Land Use Planning and Zoning Department, to use
materials, colors, and textures that will blend the wind energy facility into its surroundings.
    (2) Lighting. No wind energy facility shall be artificially lighted unless such lighting is required
by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and/or other governmental authority. If lighting is
required, documentation of those FAA and/or other governmental authority requirements along with


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documentation that the lighting system being used reasonably minimizes visual disturbance while
meeting such requirements shall be submitted to the Land Use Planning and Zoning Department.
     (3) Electrical wires. All electrical wires and lines connecting each wind energy facility turbine
to the next turbine shall be installed underground.
    (4) Setbacks. In no case shall a wind energy facility turbine have a setback less than 3.5
times its total height from the building perimeter of existing inhabited building structures. Existing
inhabited building structures are those such as but not limited to a dwelling, school, hospital,
church, library or regular meeting places of governmental entities or clubs or organizations, existing
as of the date of issuance of the County land use permit authorizing the wind energy facility.
Also, a wind energy facility turbine shall be setback a minimum of 1.1 times its total height from:
       a.       a deed lot line separating landowners. However, a reduced setback may be allowed
       to a deed lot line between landowners that are both participating in the same wind energy
       facility project, if each landowner’s easement agreement with the owner/operator of the
       wind energy facility expressly permits a reduced setback and/or permits overhang of the
       turbine across the deed lot line and a copy of such easement agreements evidencing such
       reduced setback (with applicable economic and other personal information redacted) have
       been filed with the Green Lake County Land Use Planning and Zoning Department.
       b. public road right-of-ways.
       c. above-ground telephone, electrical power or other utility lines.
For wind energy facility structures other than a wind turbine, the minimum setback shall be 1.1
times its height from any deed lot line and in no case shall the setback be less than the provisions of
the underlying zoning district.
   (5) Audible noise. The setback standard for a wind energy facility turbine as stated in (4) above
       is intended to provide for a maximum of 50 dBA at the perimeter of existing inhabited
       structures as also described in (4) above. In those cases where the audible noise exceeds
       50 dBA the wind energy facility owner/operator shall take commercially reasonable and
       appropriate corrective measures to cause compliance with the standards of this section.
In those cases where the ambient noise level (predevelopment) exceeds the 50 dBA standard, the
dBA shall be adjusted to account for ambient noise level and measure only the incremental increase
to ambient noise level caused by the wind energy facility in determining whether a wind energy
facility exceeds the 50 dBA standard.
The burden of proof that a wind energy facility is exceeding the 50 dBA standard of this section shall
be the responsibility of the party making such allegation. Noise level measurement techniques shall
employ the International Electrotechnical Commission Standard 61400.
    (6) Ground clearance. There shall be a minimum vertical distance of 50 feet for clearance
between the tip of a wind energy facility turbine blade at its lowest point to the ground level
    (7) Signal interference. The owner/operator of a wind energy facility shall take reasonable
steps to eliminate and/or mitigate any interference with global positioning and like signals and/or
electromagnetic communications such as but not limited to radio, telephone, microwaves or
television signals caused by the wind energy facility
    (8) Aerial Crop Spraying. The owner/operator of a wind energy facility shall take reasonable
steps to cooperate with owners of agricultural property adjacent to the wind energy facility, where
such adjacent users wish to engage in aerial crop spraying.
     (9) Access and safety. Wind energy facility turbines, guy anchors, substations and electrical
equipment including climbing aids shall be secured against unauthorized access by means of a

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locked barrier or security fence. Wind turbines shall not be climbable up to 15 feet above ground
level via an external ladder. Wind turbines of tubular construction shall only require that any access
door to the tubular tower be lockable.
    (10) Signs. A wind energy facility shall post appropriate safety warning signs. No wind
energy facility structures shall be used to advertise or promote any product or service with words or
graphic representation. One sign, 8 square feet or less in size, mounted on a wind energy facility
structure identifying the manufacturer and/or installer and/or operator of the wind energy facility
shall be allowed.
     (11) Infrastructure. The owner/operator of the wind energy facility shall identify all public
infrastructure which may be impacted by the construction of the wind energy facility, such as but
not limited to roadways and drainage ways. Following identification, the wind energy facility
owner/operator shall meet with each public entity for the purpose of accurately and mutually
agreeing on preconstruction conditions. Preconstruction documentation may be requested by either
party in any form mutually agreed to, such as but not limited to inspection by a qualified
independent third party, written or audio narratives, video recordings, still photographs or any
combination of these. The wind energy facility owner/operator shall enter into a written agreement
with the applicable public entity, which agreement shall require the wind energy facility
owner/operator to restore damaged public infrastructure, at a minimum, to documented
preconstruction conditions.
     (12) Waste. Solid and hazardous waste produced by a wind energy facility, such as but not
limited to crates, packaging materials, damaged or worn parts, as well as oils and lubricants shall be
removed from the wind energy facility site promptly and disposed of in accordance with all
applicable federal, state and local regulations. A wind energy facility shall identify construction lay-
down areas that shall be kept clean of any debris.
    (13) Abandonment; termination; site reclamation.
           a. A wind energy facility or part thereof that is out-of-service for 12 continuous months
shall be deemed to have been abandoned. The owner/operator of the wind energy facility shall be
notified of this abandonment status by the Land Use Planning and Zoning Department and then
given the right to respond within 30 days. The abandonment status shall be withdrawn if the
owner/operator of the wind energy facility provides information that demonstrates the wind energy
facility or part thereof has not been abandoned.
       b. Termination of a wind energy facility or part thereof shall be documented in writing
from the owner/operator of the wind energy facility, to the Land Use Planning and Zoning
Department within 30 days of its termination.
        c. A wind energy facility or part thereof that is verified as abandoned or terminated shall
be removed by the owner/operator of the wind energy facility within 6 months after receipt from the
Land Use Planning and Zoning Department of written notification of required removal by certified
mail. A wind energy facility or part thereof shall be reclaimed in accordance with (14) Reclamation.
   *(14) Reclamation.
          a. Except as provided in Section 14b below, the owner/operator of a wind energy facility
shall prepare and file a reclamation plan outlining the anticipated means and costs of removing the
wind energy facility or part thereof at the time of abandonment or termination. The plan shall be
updated and resubmitted to the Land Use Planning and Zoning Department every five (5) years.
The plan shall include at a minimum:
            (1) The anticipated life of the wind energy facility;
            (2) The estimated decommission, removal and reclamation costs in current dollars;


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           (3) Process and personnel used to arrive at decommission, removal and reclamation
cost estimate.    Where the County reasonably disputes the owner/operator’s estimated
decommissioning and reclamation costs, a third party may be hired by the County and paid for by
the owner/operator of the wind energy facility to verify the cost estimate;
             (4) Detailed description of decommission, removal and reclamation of structures and
materials that make up the wind energy facility site or part thereof;
           (5) Method of financial assurance generally stating that funds will be available for
decommission, removal and restoration;
           (6)    A copy of any reclamation agreements between the landowner and the wind
energy facility owner operator, dealing with reclamation and the wind energy facility
owner/operator’s obligations with respect thereto.
        b. In the case of a wind energy facility owner/operator, which is a publicly traded
 company, subsidiary or affiliate of a publicly traded company, the wind energy facility
 owner/operator shall provide a copy of a standard easement agreement with participating
 landowners addressing reclamation (with applicable economic and other personal information
 redacted), to the Land Use Planning and Zoning Department. Such copy of the easement
 agreement shall describe reclamation of the wind energy facility site or part thereof and the
 owner/operator’s obligations with respect to such reclamation. If any particular landowner’s
 easement agreement with the owner/operator of the wind energy facility varies in any material
 sense from the owner/operator’s standard easement agreement form filed with the Land Use
 Planning and Zoning Department, the owner/operator’s land use permit application to the Green
 Lake County Land Use Planning and Zoning Department shall include a copy of that nonstandard
 easement agreement (with applicable economic and other personal information redacted)
 addressing reclamation.
     (15)     Financial assurance.    The wind energy facility owner/operator shall file a financial
assurance to be renewed annually with Green Lake County, intended to completely address costs of
removal and reclamation of the wind energy facility or part thereof. Such assurance may be in the
form of a written commitment where supported by financial statements or other evidence of
sufficient financial wherewithal, cash escrow, letter of credit, surety bond or other means reasonably
satisfactory to Green lake County.
In the case of a wind energy facility owner/operator, which is a publicly traded company, subsidiary
or affiliate of a publicly traded company, the wind energy facility owner/operator shall file a financial
assurance to be updated annually with Green Lake County, intended to completely address costs of
removal and reclamation of the wind energy facility or part thereof. Such assurance shall be in the
form of a written commitment satisfactory to Green Lake County where supported by evidence such
as but not limited to:
       a. copies of easement agreements with landowners addressing removal or reclamation of
       the wind energy facility or part thereof as required under (14) above; and
       b.    financial statements or other evidence of sufficient financial wherewithal or other
       evidence of decommissioning reserves.
    (16) Code compliance. A wind energy facility shall comply with the appropriate national, state
and local electrical codes and regulations.
    (17) Wind energy facility turbine. A wind energy facility turbine shall be installed with a
tubular, monopole type construction. A meteorological tower may be a guyed type structure.
E. Documentation of compliance with standards in subsection D. above shall be submitted with the
land use permit application and be a requirement of issuance of a land use permit.


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     (1) No action will be taken on a land use permit application until the completed application and
all supporting documentation is received by the Land Use Planning and Zoning Department.
     (2) The owner/operator of the wind energy facility shall file a projected final site plan with the
County Land Use Planning and Zoning Department, in a hard copy and electronic format, at the time
of land use permit application. Such projected final site plan shall be replaced by an as-built site
plan following construction. While it is understood that it is likely to have modifications between
projected and final site plans, substantial reconfigurations may require a modification to the land
use permit and hearing before the Land Use Planning and Zoning Department.
F.    Transferability. The Land Use Planning and Zoning Department shall be notified of any
ownership change to a wind energy facility, in whole or in part. Prior to any change of ownership of
any wind energy facility permitted in Green Lake County, written notification shall be given to the
Land Use Planning and Zoning Department, of such change. The notification shall be signed by the
previous owner and the future owner. The new owner(s) shall be bound by the criteria, standards
and data provided and relied upon to issue the original land use permit for the wind energy facility.


Definitions to be added to Section 350-77.


PURE TONE – An audible noise such as but not limited to a whine, screech, thump or hum.
FAA – (Federal Aviation Administration) - The federal agency that regulates civil aviation.
HUB HEIGHT – When referring to a wind turbine, the distance measured from ground level to the
center of the turbine hub.
MET TOWER – A meteorological tower used to monitor meteorological conditions and collection of
data about those conditions.
TOTAL HEIGHT – When referring to a wind turbine, the distance measured from the ground level to
the blade extended at its highest point.
WIND ENERGY FACILITY – An electricity generating facility consisting of one or more wind turbines
under common ownership or operating control, and includes substations, MET towers, cables/wires
and other buildings accessory to such facility, whose main purpose is to supply electricity to off-site
customer(s).
WIND TURBINE – A wind energy conversion system which converts wind energy into electricity
through the use of a wind turbine generator, and includes the turbine, blade, tower, base and pad
transformer, if any.




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                                         Ordinance No. 943-2008

                                Chapter 260 Vehicles and Traffic


An Ordinance Amending Chapter 260 of the Green Lake County Code

Regarding Restrictions on Parking

The County Board of Supervisors of Green Lake County, Green Lake, Wisconsin, duly assembled at
its regular meeting begun on the 16th day of December 2008 does ordain as follows:

§ 260-11.1. Restrictions on Parking. Chapter §260-11.1 and Chapter §260-11.2 are
hereby added and Chapters §260-13 and §260-14 are amended in Chapter 260 and will
read as follows:

Parking prohibited at all times. Except temporarily for the purpose of and while actually
engaged in loading or unloading, or when receiving or discharging passengers or property, and
while the vehicle is attended by a licensed operator so that it may be moved promptly in case of an
emergency, or to avoid obstruction to traffic, no person shall, at any time, park or leave standing
any vehicle:


Roll Call on Ordinance No. 943-2008                Submitted by Judicial/Law Enforcement
                                                   and Emergency Management
                                                   Committee
Aye 17 , Nay 0 , Absent 2 , Abstain 0
                                                   /s/ Gene Thom
                                    th
Passed & Enacted/Rejected this 16                  Gene Thom, Chairman
day of December, 2008
                                                   /s/ Debra A. Schubert
/s/ Daniel Priske                                  Debra A. Schubert
County Board Chairman

/s/ Margaret R. Bostelmann                         /s/ Howard Sell
Attest: County Clerk                               Howard Sell
Approved as to Form:

/s/ Jeff T. Haase                                  /s/ John Zelenski
Assistant Corporation Counsel                      John Zelenski



Complete Ordinance can be viewed in Chapter 260, Code of Green Lake County, on line at
www.co.green-lake.wi.us under County Clerk.




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Ordinance No. 943-2008 Amending Chapter 260, Vehicles & Traffic of the Code of Green Lake
County, Regarding restrictions on parking Continued:




(1) Within an intersection.
(2) On a crosswalk.
(3) On a sidewalk or terrace area except when parking in such place is clearly indicated by official
traffic signs, markers or parking permits. "Sidewalk or terrace area" means the area between the
sidewalk and the nearest curb line running parallel or generally parallel to such sidewalk or, in the
absence of a sidewalk, ten feet beyond the curb line.
(4) Alongside or opposite any highway excavation or obstruction when such stopping or standing
would obstruct traffic, or when pedestrian traffic would be required to travel in the roadway.
(5) On the roadway side of a parked vehicle unless double parking is clearly indicated by official
traffic signs or markers.
(6) Within 20 feet of the driveway entrance to a fire station.
(7) Upon any portion of a highway where, and at the time when, stopping or standing is prohibited
by official traffic signs indicating such prohibition.
(8) In any place or manner so as to obstruct, block or impede traffic.
(9) Within ten feet of a fire hydrant unless a greater distance is indicated by an official traffic sign.
(10) Upon any portion of a highway where, and at the time when, parking is prohibited, limited or
restricted by official traffic signs.
(11) Upon any bridge.
(12) Which faces a direction different from the direction of normal traffic flow for the lane of traffic
in which the vehicle is stopped or standing.
(13) In a loading zone.
(14) Within four feet of the entrance to an alley, private road or driveway.
(15) In any County park when the park is closed to the public.
(16) In any area where there are existing yellow curbs where motor vehicles abut, park parallel or
angle park to such yellow curb.
(17) On a recreation trail.
(18) Blocking or parking in private driveways. No person shall park in any private driveway or park
or leave standing any motor vehicle in such a manner as to unreasonably restrict the normal access
to such private driveway, without the permission of the owner or lessee of the property. Such
access shall be deemed unreasonably restricted if any vehicle is parked within four feet of either
side of such access.
(19) Parking vehicle for repair or to display for sale. No person shall park or leave standing any
motor vehicle on any street, avenue, alley, County parking lot, terrace or public right-of-way for the
purpose of conducting mechanical work on such vehicle or to display such vehicle for sale.
(20) More than 24 Hours. No person shall park or leave standing any motor vehicle on any street,
avenue, alley, County parking lot, terrace or public right-of-way for more than 24 hours.




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Ordinance No. 943-2008 Amending Chapter 260, Vehicles & Traffic of the Code of Green Lake
County, Regarding restrictions on parking Continued:




§260-11.2 Exceptions to Restrictions on Parking.

Personal vehicles used to respond to emergency situations such as fires should always park on the
same side of the road as the emergency is located

§260-13 Enforcement (amended)

A. Except as provided in §260-11.1, this article shall be enforced according to the provisions of §
345.11 through § 345.61, Wis. Stats., adopted by reference in § 260-11 above of this article shall
hereby adopted and made part of this article together with any future amendments, revisions or
modifications of said statutes.

B. The Sheriff shall develop a citation for use in enforcing parking violations described in §260-11.1.
The citation shall provide that payment of the forfeiture shall be mailed or delivered to the Green
Lake County Sheriff’s Office and shall not be filed with any court. The amount of the forfeiture for
such violation shall be paid in cash, money order, or bank check and shall be made payable to
Green Lake County. If the defendant informs the Sheriff’s Office that he or she wished to contest
the parking citation, the citation shall be dismissed and either a uniform traffic citation or uniform
municipal citation, as applicable shall be issued and filed with the Court.

C. A Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office Deputy, after issuing a citation for illegal parking, stopping,
or standing of an unattended vehicle in violation of this chapter, is authorized to remove or cause to
be removed such vehicle to a position or location where parking is permitted or to the Green Lake
County Sheriff’s Office storage area, whichever the officer deems appropriate.

§260-14 Violations and Penalties.

A. Except as provided in §260-11.1, forfeitures for violations of any provisions of Chapters 340
through 349 Wis. Stats., adopted by reference in §260-11 above of this article shall conform to
forfeitures plus costs for violation of the comparable state offense, including any variations or
increases for subsequent offenses.

B. Any person who shall violate any parking restriction under article §260-11.1 shall forfeit $20.00
for each violation, plus, if applicable, the costs of removal and storage of the vehicle.
            1.      If the $20.00 prescribed above is not paid within 10 days after the citation was
                    issued, and the citation is not contested the forfeiture shall increase to $40.00.
            2.      If the $40.00 is not paid within 20 days of the citation, collection action for the
                    forfeiture or proceedings to suspend the vehicle owner’s registration will be
                    commenced and an additional administrative fee of $25.00 shall be added to the
                    forfeiture amount bringing the total due to $65.00.




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