May 5, 2022
Minutes of May 5, 2022 Monthly Meeting
The May 5, 2022 monthly meeting of Fairfield Township was called to order at 5:00 PM by Chairman Phil Yetzer. Also present were Supervisor Brian Glenz, Supervisor Les McCoy, Treasurer Kathy Hachey and Clerk Marianne Auge
The Pledge of Allegiance was said.
The agenda was reviewed. Brian made a motion to approve the agenda and Les 2nd the motion and it carried unanimously.
The minutes of the April 12, 2022, meeting were read. Les made a motion to approve the minutes with the corrections and Brian 2nd the motion and it carried unanimously. The correction was the spelling of Al Brenczyk name.
The road inspection minutes were read. The clerk will add striping on the blacktop road to the minutes. Les made a motio to approve the minutes and Brian 2nd the motion and it carried unanimously.
The treasurer’s report was read. Brian made a motion to place the treasurers report for audit and Les 2nd the motion and it carried unanimously. Kathy said the ARPA account has $17,894.33 in it and the Source Well account has $1490.16.
New Business: The cemetery brochure was discussed. The brochure has some wrong information on it so we will review it and redo it when Kathy gets back from her trip. Rite of burial w/monument should be $150.00. Brian asked about getting a cooker to thaw out the ground in the winter. Brian said he had talked to the City of Crosslake, and they said we could borrow their cooker in the winter if we needed to.
Road Maintenance: Salt shed was discussed. Phil said he would ask at land services if we needed a special permit to build a salt shed for salt/sand mix in the winter. Brian said it is working good dumping the salt/sand mixture at Emily.
Garage addition: We still need to build the Wastewater Pond, but we have time to do it.
Brian asked what color we wanted to paint the town hall so the correct color of paint could be bought. The color should be blue with gray trim and white doors. The handicap railing should be painted white and put reflective stickers on it. The cedar posts on the entry way and the posting board should be treated with natural timber oil.
Go North: Kathy said they are still working on the recycling program.
The food for clean-up was discussed. It was decided to get chicken and cole slaw from the Diner in Emily. The clerk will order the food for 10 people and will also get bottled water .
Correspondence was read.
Bills were read. Brian made a motion to pay the bills and Les 2nd the motion and it carried unanimously.
Les made a motion to adjourn and Brian 2nd the motion and it carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 6:25 PM.
Marianne Auge, clerk