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  • MARATHON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING

    Tuesday, February 16, 2016 - 2:00 p.m. Marathon County Courthouse

    1. Call to Order The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Gibbs at 2:00 p.m., the agenda being duly

    signed and posted. 2. Pledge of Allegiance The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited. 3. Reading of Notice The Clerk read the meeting notice, as follows: A. OPENING OF SESSION: 1. Meeting called to order by Chairperson Gibbs at 2:00 p.m., the agenda being duly signed and posted 2. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag 3. Reading of Notice 4. Request for silencing of cellphones and other electronic devices 5. Roll Call 6. Acknowledgment of visitors B. CONSENT AGENDA: 7. Approval of minutes from the January 11 and 16, 2016 meetings 8. Referral of bills and communications to respective committees 9. Authorizing the Clerk to issue orders, bills and claims from the last session through this session 10. Confirmation of Appointments: a) North Central Community Services Program Board b) Local Emergency Planning Committee c) Park Commission d) Emergency Fire Wardens 11. Denial of Claims: a) Klyde Gebelein 12. Adoption of Resolution: a) Infrastructure Committee: A. Marathon County Controlled Highway Access Rights #R-9-16 C. MEMORIAL: 13. Life and Public Service of Jim Luetschwager D. ORDINANCES: 14. To Create Sec. 2.05(XX) Transition Oversight Task Force #O-3-16 15. 2016 Marathon County Comprehensive Plan: Ordinance to Adopt #O-4-16 16. To Repeal and Recreate Chapter 17 of the General Code of Ordinances for Marathon County: Comprehensive Revision of Zoning Ordinance #O-5-16 17. To Repeal and Recreate Chapter 22 of the General Code of Ordinances for Marathon County: Shoreland, Shoreland-Wetland, and Floodplain Code to Comply with State and Federal Regulations #O-6-16 18. To Repeal Sec. 9.13 of the General Code of Ordinances for Marathon County 911 Rural Numbering System and Create Section 9.XX General Code of Ordinances for Marathon County Uniform Addressing System #O-7-16

    R E S O L U T I O N S E. FINANCE AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE: 19. 2015 Budget Transfers for Marathon County Department Appropriations #R-10-16 20. 2016 Budget Transfers for Marathon County Department Appropriations #R-11-16

  • F. FINANCE AND PROPERTY & ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES COMMITTEES: 21. Motion to Suspend the Rules; Sec. 2.01(23) Policy and Administrative Guidance for Environmental Impact Fund 22. Amending 2016 Budget to Commit $1.2 Million from Environmental Impact Fund to Support Transition of Municipalities to Uniform Addressing #R-12-16 G. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS: 23. Motion to go into Closed Session (Roll call vote suggested), Pursuant to 19.85(1)(c) Wis. Stats. to consider performance evaluation of a public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility, namely, the county administrator. 24. Motion to return to Open Session 25. Possible announcement(s) regarding issues discussed in Closed Session 26. Announcements or requests 27. Move to adjourn 4. Request for Silencing of Cellphones and Other Electronic Devices Chairperson Gibbs stated the request. 5. Roll Call The Clerk initiated the roll. 33 Supervisors were present as shown: Supervisor District

    Shayne Courneya ................................. 1 James Seefeldt ...................................... 2 David Nutting ....................................... 3 John Robinson (excused) .................... 4 Joel Lewis (absent) ............................... 5 Joanne Leonard .................................... 6 Kenneth Day ........................................ 7 Karen Kellbach..................................... 8 Lee Peek (left just prior closed sess.) ... 9 Sherry Abitz ....................................... 10 Russell Michalski (excused) ............... 11 Arnold Schlei (excused) ..................... 12 Matthew Bootz ................................... 13 Gary Wyman ...................................... 14 Matthew Hildebrandt ......................... 15 Jeff Zriny ............................................ 16 E.J. Stark ............................................ 17 Craig McEwen ................................... 18 Mort McBain ...................................... 19

    Supervisor District Barbara Ermeling ............................. 20 Kurt Kluck ........................................ 21 Alan Christensen .............................. 22 Charles Soukup ................................. 23 Jean Maszk ....................................... 24 Sandi Cihlar ...................................... 25 John Durham .................................... 26 Vacant ............................................ 27 Maynard Tremelling ......................... 28 Richard Duerr ................................... 29 Richard Gumz .................................. 30 John Bandow .................................... 31 Kurt Gibbs ........................................ 32 John Small ........................................ 33 Gary Beastrom .................................. 34 Jacob Langenhahn (late) ................... 35 Bill Miller ......................................... 36 Allen Opall ....................................... 37 Jim Schaefer ..................................... 38

    6. Acknowledgement of Visitors Chairperson Gibbs acknowledged and welcomed visitors to the meeting. B. CONSENT AGENDA Discussion: Supervisor Day requested that appointments to the NCCSP Board be pulled out of the consent agenda. Action: MOTION BY NUTTING, SECOND BY ZRINY, TO APPROVE AGENDA ITEMS 7 9 and 10(a)(c) and (d) and 11-12(a)(A) AS LISTED ON THE CONSENT AGENDA. MOTION CARRIED ON A VOICE VOTE. As part of the consent agenda, minutes of the January 11 and 16, 2016 meeting were approved. The bills and communications were referred to respective committees. The Clerk was authorized to issue orders, bills and claims from the last session through this session. The following appointments were confirmed, claims were denied, and Resolution #R-9-16 was adopted. Follow Through: None.

  • APPOINTMENT Local Emergency Planning Committee

    I, Brad Karger, Marathon County Administrator, do hereby upon approval of the Board of Supervisors, appoint Steve Lewens, Domtar Paper Co., to the Local Emergency Planning Committee for an indefinite term, replacing Kathy Collins. DATED: February 16, 2016. BRAD KARGER, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

    APPOINTMENT Park Commission

    I, Brad Karger, Marathon County Administrator, do hereby upon approval of the Board of Supervisors, appoint County Supervisor John Durham to the Park Commission to complete a term to expire June 30, 2020, or until such time as he is no longer on the County Board, whichever occurs first, replacing Alan Kraus. Dated this 16th day of February, 2016. BRAD KARGER, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

    APPOINTMENT

    2016 Emergency Fire Wardens

    Town of Bevent, Randy Wanta & Russell Martindale Town of Easton, Mark Schlund Towns of Elderon & Franzen, Chris Brown Town of Emmet, Frank Feehrer Town of Franzen, Jennifer Stegall Town of Green Valley, Brian Peters & Mike Gallagher Town of Guenther, Davie Bondowski Towns of Guenther and Knowlton, Mark Simonis Towns of Guenther, Reid and Bevent, Elizabeth Sitko Town of Hamburg, Jodi Bloch Town of Harrison, Jodi Kreager Towns of Hewitt and Easton, Marlene Wanta Town of Knowlton, Donald Mullins Town of Marathon, Keith Langenhahn Town of Mosinee, Brian Loos, Gary Sulzer & Charlie Kyhos Town of Norrie, Terry Esker Towns of Reid and Bevent, Pat Wierzba Town of Ringle, Jeff Kluge

    CLAIMS Klyde Gebelein

    Notice of Claim received October 21, 2015: 1) I am the claimant, Klyde Gebelein, age 68, date of birth 02/03/47, residing at H4129 State Highway 13, Colby, Wisconsin 54421. 2) My constitutional rights guaranteed by 42 U.S. Code 1983 (Fourth, Fifth and Eight Amendments to the United States Constitution) were violated when Deputy Deiler abused and/or misused his power to seize me by deploying canine, Leo, and recklessly disregarding the canine

  • policy of Section 309.6, 309.6.1 and 309.6.2, thereby directly causing the bites, lacerations, fear, fright, headaches, sleep disorders and permanent scarring as depicted in the attached 33 photographs, all to my damages in the sum of $100,000.00. 3) The aforementioned conduct of Deputy Deiler was excessive use of police force causing past pain and suffering, fear of death during the attack, especially having had a defibrillator placed on my heart in 2014, humiliation and embarrassment, worry and mental distress, medical treatment, all to my damages in the sum of $100,000.00. 4) My future suffering consists of headaches and sleep disorders which I had not experienced previously and horrific permanent scarring, all to my damages in the sum of $100,000.00. 5) Past medical expense incurred at Marshfield Clinic in the amount of $10,084.92, thus far. Additional medical expense is anticipated. 6) Vehicle towing expense in the amount of $295.93. Dated this 12th day of October, 2015. KLYDE GEBELEIN, CLAIMANT Amended Notice of Claim received January 5, 2016: : 1) I am the claimant, Klyde Gebelein, age 68, date of birth 02/03/47, residing at H4129 State Highway 13, Colby, Wisconsin 54421. 2) My constitutional rights guaranteed by 42 U.S. Code 1983 (Fourth, Fifth and Eight Amendments to the United States Constitution) were violated when Deputy Deiler abused and/or misused his power to seize me by deploying canine, Leo, and recklessly disregarding the canine policy of Section 309.6, 309.6.1 and 309.6.2, thereby directly causing the b