The regular meeting of the Town Board of Burnhamville was held August 30, 2022 at the Burtrum Community Center. The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chair Mike Berscheit. Members present include Supervisors Bruce Johnson, Joe Muellner and Mike Berscheit; Clerk Shirley Hulinsky; and Treasurer Pam Throener. Also present was Erv Herdering.
The minutes from the regular meeting of July 26, 2022 were approved on a motion by Sup. Johnson and second by Sup. Berscheit. Motion passed.
For correspondence the township received notices about Swanville Rural Fire Ass’n meeting, a request for minutes, general election notice and vacation rental ordinance update from the county.
At the Swanville fire meeting the rates stayed the same and Jesse Hollermann took over earlier this year as new fire chief.
A motion was made by Sup. Berscheit to pay all bills numbered 6294 through 6318 totaling $15,688.61 Sup. Muellner seconded the motion. Motion passed.
Supervisor noted no new issues with 321st and Emerald Trail improvements. Supervisor will check and clear with skid steer as needed. Will build up roads when get information from county engineer later this year.
Todd County was granted FEMA help for May storms. The board reviewed details for reports.
The property owner on 154th St. has not removed debris the DNR notified him about. Supervisor will keep checking on issue.
In the road report beavers plugged culvert under 321st Ave. again. Contractor cleared and will monitor. Supervisor Johnson suggested getting DK Tree Service to cut limbs hanging over roads on Emerald and Empire Trail areas. Supervisor Berscheit made a motion to approve and Sup. Muellner seconded to hire DK Tree Service to trim trees as suggested. Motion passed.
Treasurer’s report showed a balance of $108,032.57. Sup. Berscheit motioned to approve and Sup. Muellner seconded the motion. Motion passed.
Meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m. on a motion by Sup. Berscheit and a second by Sup. Muellner. Next regular meeting will be on Tuesday, September 27 at 7 p.m. in the Burtrum Community Center.
Shirley Hulinsky, Burnhamville Township Clerk