Lily Lake Summerhaven Association Town Board Items

Rev. Nov. 22, 2022

January 10, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 2022 – 6:00 P.M.

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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet virtually to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept
   B. Public Safety Report

7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

8. Update from fire chief on the installation of the generator for the firehouse

9. First Reading –
Ordinance No. 2022-001 – relating to appointed officials in the position of town clerk and town treasurer subject to approval by Town Electors in a referendum election called by the Town Board for April 5, 2022.

10. Notice of Intent to Patrol Lilly Lake - DNR reimbursement program

11. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
   A. Reports
    1. Road
    2. Chairman
    3. Supervisor Lois
    4. Supervisor Wilson
    5. Clerk
   B. Correspondence
   C. Announcements –
• February 15, 2022 Spring PRIMARY Election, Polls open at the town hall 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
• In-person Absentee Voting begins Tuesday, February 1, 8 a.m. and ends Friday February 11, 5 p.m.

12. Financial matters:
   A. Purchase approval –
   B. Other financial matters – approve Andrea & Orendorff LLP to conduct the 2021 Town Audit
   C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements & Budget Report for December

13. Adjournment

Dated: 1/7/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report,
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School

Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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January 24, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 2022 – 6:00 P.M.

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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet virtually to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept
   B. Public Safety Report

7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

8. Update from fire chief on the installation of the generator for the firehouse

9. Delimat Enterprises Inc., DeAnna Delimat, 34231 High Drive, East Troy 3120
Trade Name: Black Bull Fireworks
   A. Fireworks Sellers Permit - (Wheatland issued) for January – December 31, 2022 from the metal building at 32135 Geneva Rd., Parcel #95-4-119-013-0320 with two 10 ft x 8 ft banners on each side of the free-standing sign and one 5 ft x 25 ft attached to the gable of the building, no outside storage and per town ordinance
   B. Sell fireworks possessor permit per town ordinance

10. Second Reading –
Ordinance No. 2022-001 – relating to appointed officials in the position of town clerk and town treasurer subject to approval by Town Electors in a referendum election called by the Town Board for April 5, 2022.

11. Resolution 2022-001 – Spring Election Referendum Question and Explanation

12. Update - extension of Whiskey Hill Tavern LLC license opening date

13. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
  A. Reports
    1. Road
    2. Chairman
    3. Supervisor Lois
    4. Supervisor Wilson
    5. Treasurer report
    6. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements –
• February 15, 2022 Spring PRIMARY Election, Polls open at the town hall 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
• In-person Absentee Voting begins Tuesday, February 1, 8 a.m. and ends Friday February 11, 5 p.m.

14. Financial matters:
   A. Purchase approval –
   B. Other financial matters –
   C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements & Budget Report for December

15. Adjournment
Dated: 1/21/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report, DeAnna Delimat
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School

Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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February 14, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com

Meeting of the BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS of the Lilly Lake Protection & Rehabilitation District
Kenosha County, Wisconsin, Monday, February 14, 2022, 5:45 p.m. Wheatland Town Hall in New Munster
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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News, and Westosha Report - the BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS of the LILLY LAKE PROTECTION & REHABILITATION DISTRICT will meet to consider and act on the following:

1. Roll call - verification of Public Notice - approval of minutes

2. Public comments and questions from residents of the district and other persons present.
(Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

3. DNR funded Lilly Lake Aquatic Plant Management Plan – update on final reimbursement

4. Application for a WIDNR Established Population Control Grant (aquatic invasive species; i.e., Eurasian water milfoil) for the 2022 season – “Surface Water Grant”
   A. Grant application was approved by the DNR as a partial grant in the amount of $21,926.82
   B. Confirmation of acceptance of the grant using $3,213.43 of district contingency funds to make up the shortfall

5. Approve sending out a “request for proposal” for lake treatment per the approved Surface Water Grant requirements and set date for return of proposals

6. Reports – announcements - correspondence

7. Adjournment
Dated: February 11, 2022
Agenda: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Notices posted: website: townwheatland.com; Town Hall; Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

TOWN BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2022 – 6:00 P.M.
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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Roll call

4. Verification of public notice agenda

5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)

6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report

7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

8. Update from fire chief on the installation of the generator for the firehouse

9. Consideration and possible approval of a raise in the daily and annual launch fee to use the Lilly Lake public boat launch

10. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
   A. Reports
    1. Road
    2. Chairman
    3. Supervisor Lois
    4. Supervisor Wilson
    5. Clerk
   B. Correspondence
   C. Announcements –
• February 15, 2022 Spring PRIMARY Election, Polls open at the town hall 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
• In-person Absentee Voting begins Tuesday, February 1, 8 a.m. and ends Friday February 11, 5 p.m.

11. Financial matters:
   A. Purchase approval –
   B. Other financial matters – set new hourly wage rates for election inspectors
   C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements & Budget Report for January

12. Adjournment
Dated: 2/11/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report, DeAnna Delimat
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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February 28, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2022 – 6:00 P.M.

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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet virtually to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept
   B. Public Safety Report

7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

8. Update from fire chief on the installation of the generator for the firehouse

9. Lily Lake Summerhaven Association 2022 activities request:
(a) July 2, 11 a.m. - 4th of July Celebration - permission to close Lily Lake Rd from the north 76th St. to 77th St.,
supply barricades & garbage bins and donation to support the activities
(b) July 16 & August 23 - Movie Nights at the Beach
(c) July 16 - “Get to Know Your Lake” presentation at the public boat launch area

10. Acceptance of donation from the Lily Lake Summerhaven Ass’n for the public beach such as a bench or tree.

11. Priority roads for resurfacing if federal funding should become available

12. Resolution 2022-002 – approving increase to public launch fee to $9 daily pass and $35 annual pass

13. Water patrol officers – explore contract with Sheriff’s Department for water patrol and/or hiring off-duty deputies

14. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer report for January
   6. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements –
• April 5, 2022 Spring and Referendum Election, Polls open at the town hall 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
• In-person Absentee Voting begins Tuesday, March 22, 8 a.m. and ends Friday April 1, 5 p.m.
• May 7, 2022, 8 am – 1 pm – Household Hazardous Waste, E-waste etc. @ Kenosha County Center

15. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements & Budget Report for 2021

16. Adjournment
Dated: 2/25/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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March 14, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com

Meeting of the BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS of the Lilly Lake Protection & Rehabilitation District
Kenosha County, Wisconsin, Monday, March 14, 2022, 5:30 p.m. Wheatland Town Hall in New Munster
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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News, and Westosha Report - the BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS of the LILLY LAKE PROTECTION & REHABILITATION DISTRICT will meet to consider and act on the following:

1. Roll call - verification of Public Notice - approval of minutes

2. Public comments and questions from residents of the district and other persons present.
(Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

3. Authorize Andrew Lois, Secretary/Treasurer to sign the Surface Water Grant Agreement for the Lilly Lake Hybrid Watermilfoil Control Project on behalf of the lake district.

4. Consideration and possible approval of a proposal for chemical control of lake hybrid watermilfoil aquatic plants per the approved Surface Water Grant. Three proposals submitted: Schmidt Aquatic LLC, Marine Biochemists, and Aquatic Biologists Inc.

5. Reports – announcements - correspondence

6. Adjournment
Dated: March 11, 2022
Agenda: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Notices posted: website: townwheatland.com; Town Hall; Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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TOWN BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2022 – 6:00 P.M.
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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Roll call

4. Verification of public notice agenda

5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)

6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report

7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

8. Update from fire chief on the installation of the generator for the firehouse

9. Presentation by Marty McGinley, Wheatland Jt. School District Administrator concerning the April 5, 2022 Spring Election Referendum seeking authorization to exceed the revenue limit by $525,000 per year for the 2022-2023 thru 2025-2026 school years

10. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
   A. Reports
    1. Road
    2. Chairman
    3. Supervisor Lois
    4. Supervisor Wilson
    5. Clerk
   B. Correspondence
   C. Announcements –
• April 5, 2022 Spring and Referendum Election, Polls open at the town hall 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
• In-person Absentee Voting begins Tuesday, March 22, 8 a.m. and ends Friday, April 1, 5 p.m.
• February Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling: Return absentee ballots by U.S. Postal Service or bring to the town office but ballots can ONLY be returned by the actual voter. THE DROP BOX CANNOT BE USED FOR THIS ELECTION.
• May 7, 2022, 8 am – 1 pm – Household Hazardous Waste, E-waste etc. @ Kenosha County Center
• March 14, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. – Wheatland Volunteer Fire Dept. Corned Beef & Cabbage @ Bella Vita. Tickets $18 from a fireman, being sold at Luisa’s and also at the door on March 14

11. Financial matters:
   A. Purchase approval –
   B. Other financial matters –
   C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements for month of February 2022

12. Adjournment
Dated: 3/11/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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March 28, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

8. Update from fire chief on the installation of the generator for the firehouse

9. Bedrock LC, LLC, 33703 59th St. (owner); Delimat Enterprises Inc., DeAnna Delimat, 34231 High Drive, East Troy 53120 (agent) tax parcel #95-4-219-353-0230 - Trade Name: Black Bull Fireworks
(a) Temporary Use Permit (Kenosha County issued) to sell novelty fireworks at Rock Corner - Wheatland, 33703 59th St. in the parking lot area using a 30' x 40' tent and 8' x 40' steel storage container with two 8' x 15' banners, one on the tent and the other on the container and two 2' x 4' banners under each of the gas station signs from June 16 to July 5, 2022. Hours: June 16 to July 5, 10 am to 8 pm excepting July 3 & 4 will be 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
(b) Fireworks Permit - (Wheatland issued) f
or June 16 - July 5, 2022 with the same operation as listed in (a) and per town ordinance
(c) Sell fireworks possessor permit under same conditions as 2021

10. Yellow Farmhouse, LLC, 6802 368th Ave., Burlington, WI 53105, Robbin Rachell Fry, agent
Application for a Class “B” Alcohol Beverage Retail License for the premises currently known as “Dave’s Saloon,” 34500 Geneva Rd., New Munster, tax parcel #95-4-119-031-0350 for “Honeydripperz Pub,” 34500 Geneva Rd.
for the license period April 11, 2022 thru June 30, 2022.

11. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
   A. Reports -
    1) Road; 2) Chairman; 3) Supervisor Lois; 4) Supervisor Wilson; 5) Treasurer Feb. report; 6) Clerk
   B. Correspondence
   C. Announcements –
   • April 5, 2022 Spring and Referendum Election, Polls open at the town hall 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
   • In-person Absentee Voting begins Tuesday, March 22, 8 a.m. and ends Friday April 1, 5 p.m.
   • February Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling: Return absentee ballots by U.S. Postal Service or bring in to the town office but in-person return can ONLY be returned by the actual voter. THE DROP BOX CANNOT BE USED FOR THIS ELECTION.
   • May 7, 2022, 8 am – 1 pm – Household Hazardous Waste, E-waste etc. @ Kenosha County Center

12. Financial matters:
A. Purchase approval –
B. Other financial matters –

13. Adjournment
Dated: 3/24/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Property owners abutting 95-4-219-353-0230 Rock Corner – Wheatland: Robert Stec, Clarence Daniels, Jeff Redlin
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

WHEATLAND PLAN COMMISSION MEETING

Wheatland Town Hall, 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI
MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2022 – 7:00 P.M.

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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News, & Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND PLAN COMMISSION will meet to consider and act on the following:
Please note: The Town Board may be attending for purposes of gathering information.
The details of each application can be found at www.townwheatland.com.

1. Call to Order by town clerk
2 Election of a chairman pro tem by plan commission members
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Roll call
5. Verification of public notice agenda
6. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
7. Public comments and questions from residents of the town and other persons present. Introduction of guests. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

8. Bristol 50 LLC, 7330 W. Montrose Ave., Norridge, IL 60706 (Owner), Steve Hoffman, 111 17th St., Wilmette, IL 60009 (Agent), requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct wildlife ponds in the C-1 Lowland Resource Conservancy Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-119-121-1001

9. Haskins LLC, 400 Boulder Ridge Ct., Lake Geneva, WI 53147 (Owner), Mark Larkin, 400 Boulder Ridge Ct., Lake Geneva, WI 53147 (Agent). Requests are for the property around and including the barn, silos, and house at 39810 60th St., Slades Corners, approximately
   A. requesting a rezoning from A-1 Agricultural Preservation Dist. to B-5 Wholesale Trade and Warehousing Dist. Lot 1 (1.29 acre) and R-2 Suburban Single-Family Residential Dist. Lot 2 (.92 acre) and Lot 3 (4.64 acre) on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-314-0360,
   B. requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow a contractor business in the B-5 Wholesale Trade and Warehousing Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-314-0360
   C. requesting a Certified Survey Map on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-314-0360, Lot 1, 2, & 3

10. Withdrawal request of tabled Brian Byrne Trust, Marlene F. Byrne Trust, et al (Owner,) 7922 328th Ave., Tax Parcel #95-4-119-111-1286. Applications include comprehensive plan amendment, rezoning, conditional use permit, and preliminary condominium plat (2 single-family houses)
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11. Tabled Public Hearing, consideration, and action for Plan Commission Resolution No. 2-2021 relating to text amendments to the Town of Wheatland Comprehensive Plan: 2035 regarding minor lot line adjustments, wetland/surface water delineation boundary change, environment corridor change in boundary, and street and highway right-of-way.

12. Reports and correspondence –

13. Adjournment
Dated: March 21, 2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Clayton Wagner, Jr., Randy Schulz, Vince Mosca, Paul DeLuisa, Brett Butler, Mark Robers, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Kenosha News, & Westosha Report
Bristol 50 LLC and property owners within 300 ft: Timothy Bieschke, Gregory A. Nichols, Alan D. Logan, Janie Marie Nolder, Robert K. Burns, Melissa Ruiz, Kenneth Demski, Anna T. Able Revocable Living Trust, Ricky R. Brose, Susan E. Dunteman Declaration of Trust, Audra D. Jensen, Julie M. Hilmer, Mark A. Boldender, Joseph H. Vozel, Timothy P. Humphrey, George Twardy
Haskins LLC and property owners within 300 ft.:Christopher A. Brown, New Generatinn RV LLC, Daniel R. Tracy, Maryann J. Vanderzee, Byan Bremer, Molly Mowery, Roger W. Seno, St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Leonard Gilardi, Todd B & Erin C. Huemann Revocable Trust, Long Stohr LLC, Ronnie L. Stollings, Joshua R. Redmer, Robert John Vanderwerff, Dean L. Kaddatz, Wayne H. Kaddaz, Eric B Rose, Thomas V. Powell Living Trust, Mark Robers, Sanew Joint Declaration of Trust, Gregory A. Migacz, Brad Steven Karich, George A. Grenus, Jacob C. Head

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April 11, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. DELIMAT PROPERTIES 1 LLC, 32135 Geneva Rd., Salem WI 53168 (Owner), DeAnna Delimat, 34231 High Dr., East Troy, WI 53120 (Agent), requesting approval of a temporary use (Section III. S. 12.18.7-4: which states that it shall be unlawful to proceed with the operation, construction, installation, enlargement or alteration of a temporary use, as defined in this ordinance, without first obtaining approval from the Kenosha County Board of Adjustments) to temporarily locate (1) 10’ x 10’ sales tent and (2) 8’ x 40’ metal storage units to operate a temporary fireworks sales stand in the B-3 Highway Business District on Tax Parcel #95-4-119-013-0320 and 95-4-119-013-0330, Town of Wheatland.

9. Delimat Enterprises Inc., DeAnna Delimat, 34231 High Drive, East Troy 3120
Trade Name: Black Bull Fireworks
   A. Fireworks Sellers Permit - (Wheatland issued) for June 1 – July 5, 2022 from a 10’ x 10’ sales tent at 32135 Geneva Rd., Parcel #95-4-119-013-0320, 013-0330 with (2) 8’ x 40 metal storage units and per town ordinance
   B. Sell fireworks possessor permit per town ordinance

10. Bristol 50 LLC, 7330 W. Montrose Ave., Norridge, IL 60706 (Owner), Steve Hoffman, 111 17th St., Wilmette, IL 60009 (Agent), requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct wildlife ponds in the C-1 Lowland Resource Conservancy Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-119-121-1001

11. Haskins LLC, 400 Boulder Ridge Ct., Lake Geneva, WI 53147 (Owner), Mark Larkin, 400 Boulder Ridge Ct., Lake Geneva, WI 53147 (Agent). Requests are for the property around and including the barn, silos, and house at 39810 60th St., Slades Corners, approximately
   A. requesting a rezoning from A-1 Agricultural Preservation Dist. to B-5 Wholesale Trade and Warehousing Dist. Lot 1 (1.29 acre) and R-2 Suburban Single-Family Residential Dist. Lot 2 (.92 acre) and Lot 3 (4.64 acre) on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-314-0360,
   B. requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow a contractor business in the B-5 Wholesale Trade and Warehousing Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-314-0360
   C. requesting a Certified Survey Map on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-314-0360, Lot 1, 2, & 3

12. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
   A. Reports
    1. Road
    2. Chairman
    3. Supervisor Lois
    4. Supervisor Wilson
    5. Clerk

   B. Correspondence
   C. Announcements –
• April 18, 10 a.m. – noon – Open Book meeting for 2022 property assessments. This is a phone call
meeting. Appointment needed, call 920-749-1995
• April 25, 7 p.m. – Annual Town Meeting
• May 7, 2022, 8 am – 1 pm – Household Hazardous Waste, E-waste etc. @ Kenosha County Center

13. Financial matters:
   A. Purchase approval –
   B. Other financial matters – review applications for the Bi-Partisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) funding for local
roads which have been prepared by town engineer Len Roecker, RASmith
   C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements for month of March 2022

14. Adjournment
Dated: 4/8/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Delimat Properties 1 LLC and abutting property owners: Ladoga Property Management Group, Joshua L Grundman, Joseph J Wejman
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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WHEATLAND RECREATION BOARD MEETING

Wheatland Town Hall, 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI
MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2022 – 7:00 P.M.

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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News, & Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND PLAN COMMISSION will meet to consider and act on the following:
Please note: The Town Board may be attending for purposes of gathering information

1. Roll call - approval of minutes - verification of meeting notification

2. Public comments and questions from residents of the town and other persons present. Introduction of guests. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

3. Announce 2022 Recreation Board three-year appointments: Jeffrey Niederer and Andrew Lois

4. Annual election of officers for the year of 2022

5. Discussion:

6. Park and beach employees for 2022

7. Park and beach recreation activities and continuing programs, etc. for 2022

8. Discuss and possible action for 2022 projects and maintenance needs
a.) New Munster Park
b.) Lilly Lake Beach
c.) Oakwood Shores Park
d.) Fox River Pines Park
e.) Koch Park

9. Report - ball diamond outfield signs and spaces available

10. Old business:

11. Set next meeting date

12. Adjournment

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April 25, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Plan Commission appointments

9. Discussion – support for a resolution requesting the legislature review and revise the levy limits

10. Resolution - Remove the transfer station $20 white goods recycling fee now charged for appliances, etc.

11. Resolution - Institute a $35 charge for television and computer monitor screens brought to the town transfer station

12. Possible rescheduling of May 23 town board meeting

13. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer report for March
   6. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements –
  • April 25, 7 p.m. – Annual Town Meeting
  • May 6, 2022 – Board of Review, 10 am
  • May 7, 2022, 8 am – 1 pm – Household Hazardous Waste, E-waste etc. @ Kenosha County Center

14. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  • Approve placing a portable toilet at Koch Park
  • Road paving 2022
  • 2022 center line painting
  C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements for month of March 2022

15. Adjournment
Dated: 4/21/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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WHEATLAND ANNUAL MEETING

Wheatland Town Hall, 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI
MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2022 – 7:00 P.M.

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ORDER OF BUSINESS
1. Chairman calls meeting to order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Approval of minutes of 2021 Annual Meeting and 2021 Budget & Special Town Meeting

4. Introduction of elected town officers:

5. Presentation of 2021 Financial Report

6. Fire Dept. report

7. Building Inspector report

8. Municipal Court report

9. Recreation Board report

10. Town Chairman report & comments

11 Old business

12. New business --

13. Annual Budget Hearing – date will be set by the town board for late October or November

14. Set 2023 Annual Town Meeting – Monday, April 24, 2023, 7 P.M.

15. Adjournment
Dated: April 21, 2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report,
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School

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May 9, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, MAY 9, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Rezoning Request - Michael W. Nielsen & Erin N. Nielsen, 1144 Bowles Rd., Antioch, IL 60002 (Owner), Michael Nielsen, 1144 Bowles Rd., Antioch, IL 60002 (Agent), requesting a rezoning from R-1 Rural Residential Dist. to R-2 Suburban Single-Family Residential Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-119-042-0320, 37002 Geneva Rd

9. Certified Survey Map Request - Michael W. Nielsen & Erin N. Nielsen, 1144 Bowles Rd., Antioch, IL 60002 (Owner), Michael Nielsen, 1144 Bowles Rd., Antioch, IL 60002 (Agent), requesting a Certified Survey Map on Tax Parcel #95-4-119-042-0320, to create three residential lots (one of which be the location of the existing home)

10. Temporary Use Permit Request - New Generation RV, 5712 392nd Ave., Burlington WI 53105 (Owner), Dustin Hein, 319 S. Wright St., Delavan WI 53115 (Agent), requesting approval of a temporary use permit to operate a temporary fireworks sales stand in the B-3 Highway Business District for Freedom Fireworks LLC, Tax Parcel #95-4-219-314-0640, 5712 392nd Ave. (county issued)

11. Fireworks Sellers Permit - Freedom Fireworks LLC, Dustin Hein, 319 South Wright St, Delavan, WI 53115
Trade Name: Freedom Fireworks
   A. Fireworks Sellers Permit - (Wheatland issued) for June 17 – July 5, 2022 from a 30’ x 90’ Fiesta Style pole sales tent at 5712 392nd Ave., Parcel #95-4-219-314-0460 with a 40’ x 8’ x 8’ metal storage container and per town ordinance
   B. Sell fireworks possessor permit per town ordinance

12. Resolution – requesting the legislature review and revise the levy limits

13. Resolution - remove the transfer station $20 white goods recycling fee now charged for appliances, etc.
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4. Resolution - institute a $35 charge for television and computer monitor screens brought to the town transfer station

15. Approve - revised fee schedule

16. Discussion – replacement of two transfer station sheds

17. Reports - Correspondence - Announcements
   A. Reports
    1. Road
    2. Chairman
    3. Supervisor Lois
    4. Supervisor Wilson
    5. Clerk

   B. Correspondence

   C. Announcements
– May 14, 2022, 8 a.m. annual town road inspection
– May 16, 6 p.m. - town board meeting rescheduled from regular 4th Monday meeting

18. Financial matters:
   A. Purchase approval –
   B. Other financial matters –
     • Road paving 2022 discussion
   C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements for month of April 2022

19. Adjournment

Dated: 5/5/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
New Generation RV and abutting property owners: Catherine H. Kerkman, Eric B. Rose, Haskins LLC, Action 50, Poltermann Limited, George a. Grenus, Julie M. Palmer
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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May 16, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, MAY 16, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Appointment of Successor Agent Jill Marie Rzeplinski for Lily Lake Resort

9. Replace two attendant buildings at the transfer station

10. Discuss whether to call for another referendum vote on appointing clerk and treasurer positions

11. 25-mile speed limit for that part of Geneva Rd. from 341st to 347th Ave.

12. Rescind raze order for New Munster LLP, 34410 Geneva Rd, upon completion of remodeling and issuance of Occupancy Permit by town building inspector and record with Register of Deeds.

13. Reports - Correspondence – Announcements
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer report for April
   6. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements

14. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
   • Road paving 2022

15. Adjournment
Dated: 5/12/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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June 13, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, JUNE 13, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Discussion on ATV complaint in Fox River Floodplain and method to restrict riding thru the floodplain

9. Alcoholic Beverage License renewals:
Class “A” – Rock Center – Wheatland, River Valley Mushroom Farm, and Best Bargains
Class “B” – Sit ‘n Bull, Local Folks, Bella Vita, Honeydripperz Pub, B&D’s Village Inn, Lily Lake Resort, Luisa’s,
and Stein Farms
Cigarette license – Rock Center – Wheatland

10. Class Temporary “B” Retailer’s License – St. Alphonsus Church, 6301 344th Ave. for a “Summer BBQ Picnic” on August 21, 2022 to be held at New Munster Park
Temporary operator licenses for the above event

11. Wheatland Estates mobile home park license renewal

12. Ordinance 2022-02 – amending Geneva Rd (60th St) 35 mph speed limit as follows: 35 mph from STH 50 to 341st Ave; 25 mph from 341st Ave. to 347th Ave. and 35 mph from 347th Ave. to 400th Ave.

13. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected and whether to call for another referendum vote on the issue for the November general election

14. Announcements- Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements
• Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast – June 18, 6:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Elfering Farms, 15324 Horton Rd, Bristol – Breakfast $10; children 6 and under free

15. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements for May

16. Adjournment
Dated: 6/9/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland

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June 27, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, JUNE 27, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Second reading -
Ordinance 2022-02 – amending Geneva Rd (60th St) 35 mph speed limit as follows: 35 mph from STH 50 to 341st Ave; 25 mph from 341st Ave. to 347th Ave. and 35 mph from 347th Ave. to 400th Ave.

9. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected and whether to call for another referendum vote on the issue for the November general election

10. Insurance coverage for the Lilly Lake Protection & Rehabilitation District – add to town’s insurance as an additional insured

11. Announcements- Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer report
   6. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements
• July 9 – Saturdays in the Park with Sam – 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. – Veterans Memorial Park, Hwy KD entrance

12. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –

13. Adjournment
Dated: 6/23/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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July 11, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, JULY 11, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Conditional Use Permit –
Final Finish LLC, 2900 52nd St., Salem, WI 53168 (Owner), Dustin Hucker (Agent) requesting a conditional use permit to allow an automotive detailer business in the B-5 Wholesale Trade & Warehousing District on Tax Parcel #95-4-119-012-0720 located at 32214 Geneva Rd.

9. Acceptance of Clayton Wagner’s resignation from the Plan Commission

10. Appointment of Kyle Madsen to the Wheatland Plan Commission for a term ending 4/30/2024

11. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected and whether to call for another referendum vote on the issue for the November general election

12. Announcements- Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements
• July 9 – Saturdays in the Park with Sam – 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. – Veterans Memorial Park, Hwy KD entrance

13. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters – discussion and possible action to increase umbrella coverage for town insurance \ policy
  C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements June 1-30, 2022

14. Adjournment
Dated: 7/7/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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July 25, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, JULY 25, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Presentation by Teri Knuese, Kenosha County Food Bank regarding the Food Bank’s progress to date on funding and more specifically to share the challenges in finding a permanent site locally within Kenosha County.

9. Request from Don Weis to extend the hours until 11 p.m. for band to play at New Munster Park on September 3rd for daughter’s wedding

10. Communication from Wheatland Presbyterian Cemetery Association for cemetery at 34855 Geneva Rd regarding future operation/maintenance of the cemetery

11. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected and whether to call for another referendum vote on the issue for the November general election

12. Resolution #2022—006 – call for referendum election for question of appointed clerk and treasurer positions

13. Announcements- Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer report
   6. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements

14. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters – review & action on High Street German Methodist Cemetery fence replacement proposals funded by donation from Uebele family
  C. 2021 audit report – review and possible approval

15. Adjournment
Dated: 7/22/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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August 8, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected. Question will be on the ballot as a binding referendum on November 8, 2022 General Election.

9. Announcements- Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer report
   6. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements –
   • August 9 - Partisan Primary Election at the town hall. Polls open from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
   • August 13 – Lilly Lake Protection & Rehabilitation District Annual Meeting at the town hall – 9:30 a.m.

10. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  C. 2021 audit report – review and possible approval
  D. Clerk’s report of disbursements – July 1-31, 2022

11. Adjournment
Dated: 8/5/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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August 22, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Discussion and possible action to accept three tax-deeded outlot parcels (subdivision drainage areas) from Kenosha County

9. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected. Question will be on the ballot as a binding referendum on November 8, 2022 General Election.

10. Announcements- Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer report
   6. Clerk

  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements –

11. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  C. Tree removal proposal & New Munster Park tree maintenance recommendations
  D. Budget review to date

12. Adjournment
Dated: 8/17/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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September 12, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected. Question is on the ballot as a binding referendum on November 8, 2022 General Election.

  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements –

10. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  C. Tree removal proposal & New Munster Park tree maintenance recommendations
  D. Budget review to date

11. Adjournment

Dated: 9/9/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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WHEATLAND PLAN COMMISSION MEETING

Wheatland Town Hall, 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI
MONDAY, September 12, 2022 – 7:00 p.m.
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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News, & Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND PLAN COMMISSION will meet to consider and act on the following:
Please note: The Town Board may be attending for purposes of gathering information.
The details of each application can be found at www.townwheatland.com.
1. Call to Order
2 Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Public comments and questions from residents of the town and other persons present. Introduction of guests. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

7. Meyer Material Co. dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc., 1300 S. Illinois Route 31, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Lessee), Herbert J. & Lillian A. Robers Revocable Trust, 233 Origen Street, Burlington, WI 53105 (Lessor), Roland and Bonnie Lou Denko, 3710 392nd Avenue, Burlington, WI 53105 (Lessor) & Raymond J. & Gloria M. Tenhagen, 3910 376th Avenue, Burlington, WI 53105 (Lessor), requesting a 2-year renewal of a Conditional Use Permit (originally approved on March 13, 1996) for a gravel pit in the M-3 Mineral Extraction Dist. on the following Tax Parcels: #95-4-219-291-0100 (Robers), #95-4-219-291-0300 (Robers), #95-4-219-291-0400 (Robers), #95-4-219-292-0300 (Robers), #95-4-219-292-0200 (Denko), #95-4-219-293-0100 (Denko), #95-4-219-293-0200 (Denko), #95-4-219-293-0300 (Denko), #95-4-219-293-0400 (Denko) & #95-4-219-294-0100 (Tenhagen). Said parcels are located in the NE, NW, SE, and SW quarters of Section 29, T2N, R19E, Town of Wheatland.

8. Daniel H. & Julie P. Robers, 333 Dardis Dr., Burlington, WI 53105 (Owner), Meyer Material Co. dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc., 1300 S. Illinois Route 31, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Agent), requests an amendment to the Adopted Land Use Plan map for Kenosha County: 2035 (map 65 of the comprehensive plan) from “Farmland Protection” and “Isolated Natural Resource Area” to “Extractive”, “Farmland Protection” and “Isolated Natural Resource Area” on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-291-0100, located in the NE ¼ of Section 29, T2N, R19E, Town of Wheatland.

9. Daniel H. & Julie P. Robers, 333 Dardis Dr., Burlington, WI 53105 (Owner), Meyer Material Co. dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc., 1300 S. Illinois Route 31, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Agent), requesting a rezoning from A-1 Agricultural Preservation Dist. & C-2 Upland Resource Conservancy Dist. to M-3 Mineral Extraction Dist., A-1 Agricultural Preservation Dist. & C-2 Upland Resource Conservancy Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-291-0100, located in the NE ¼ of Section 29, T2N, R19E, Town of Wheatland.

10. Meyer Material Co. dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc., 1300 S. Illinois Route 31, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Lessee), Daniel H. & Julie P. Robers, 333 Dardis Dr., Burlington, WI 53105 (Lessor), requesting an amendment of a Conditional Use Permit (originally approved on March 13, 1996) to allow an expansion of a gravel pit in the M-3 Mineral Extraction Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-291-0100, located in the NE ¼ of Section 29, T2N, R19E, Town of Wheatland.

11. Owner and Operator Permits for above listed mining operation – Town of Wheatland issued
Owner(s): Roland & Bonnie Lou Denko, Dan Robers and Julie Robers, Ray & Gloria Tenhagen
Operator: Meyer Material Company LLC dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc.

12. Reports and correspondence –

13. Adjournment
Dated: 9/6/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Vince Mosca, Brett Butler, Paul DeLuisa, Kyle Madsen, Mark Robers, Randy Schulz, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Kenosha News, & Westosha Report - Richard Wiersum, John Valek & Kim Murphy, Tom & Jill Ott, Carolyn Larson, Charles Kendall, James & Donna Regner, Jason Monroe, Steve Graham
Dan Robers & Julie Robers 95-5-219-291-0100 and property owners within 300 ft.: Bonnie Whitworth, Brett Singleton,
Posted: Town website: www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Wheatland Transfer Station, Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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September 26, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Daniel H. & Julie P. Robers, 333 Dardis Dr., Burlington, WI 53105 (Owner), Meyer Material Co. dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc., 1300 S. Illinois Route 31, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Agent), requests an amendment to the Adopted Land Use Plan map for Kenosha County: 2035 (map 65 of the comprehensive plan) from “Farmland Protection” and “Isolated Natural Resource Area” to “Extractive”, “Farmland Protection” and “Isolated Natural Resource Area” on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-291-0100, located in the NE ¼ of Section 29, T2N, R19E, Town of Wheatland.

9. Meyer Material Co. dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc., 1300 S. Illinois Route 31, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Lessee), Herbert J. & Lillian A. Robers Revocable Trust, 233 Origen Street, Burlington, WI 53105 (Lessor), Roland and Bonnie Lou Denko, 3710 392nd Avenue, Burlington, WI 53105 (Lessor) & Raymond J. & Gloria M. Tenhagen, 3910 376th Avenue, Burlington, WI 53105 (Lessor), requesting a 2-year renewal of a Conditional Use Permit (originally approved on March 13, 1996) for a gravel pit in the M-3 Mineral Extraction Dist. on the following Tax Parcels: #95-4-219-291-0100 (Robers), #95-4-219-291-0300 (Robers), #95-4-219-291-0400 (Robers), #95-4-219-292-0300 (Robers), #95-4-219-292-0200 (Denko), #95-4-219-293-0100 (Denko), #95-4-219-293-0200 (Denko), #95-4-219-293-0300 (Denko), #95-4-219-293-0400 (Denko) & #95-4-219-294-0100 (Tenhagen). Said parcels are located in the NE, NW, SE, and SW quarters of Section 29, T2N, R19E, Town of Wheatland.

10. Daniel H. & Julie P. Robers, 333 Dardis Dr., Burlington, WI 53105 (Owner), Meyer Material Co. dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc., 1300 S. Illinois Route 31, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Agent), requesting a rezoning from A-1 Agricultural Preservation Dist. & C-2 Upland Resource Conservancy Dist. to M-3 Mineral Extraction Dist., A-1 Agricultural Preservation Dist. & C-2 Upland Resource Conservancy Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-291-0100, located in the NE ¼ of Section 29, T2N, R19E, Town of Wheatland.

11. Meyer Material Co. dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc., 1300 S. Illinois Route 31, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Lessee), Daniel H. & Julie P. Robers, 333 Dardis Dr., Burlington, WI 53105 (Lessor), requesting an amendment of a Conditional Use Permit (originally approved on March 13, 1996) to allow an expansion of a gravel pit in the M-3 Mineral Extraction Dist. on Tax Parcel #95-4-219-291-0100, located in the NE ¼ of Section 29, T2N, R19E, Town of Wheatland.

12. Owner and Operator Permits for above listed mining operation – Town of Wheatland issued
Owner(s): Roland & Bonnie Lou Denko, Dan Robers and Julie Robers, Ray & Gloria Tenhagen
Operator: Meyer Material Company LLC dba Lafarge Aggregates Illinois, Inc.

13. Temporary Class B Retailer Fermented Malt Beverage (Picnic) License:
  A. Seno KRLT Conservancy, 3606 Dyer Lake Rd (Kelly Wilson – person in charge) for October 8, 2022 for the Autumn Open House, noon to 6 p.m.
  B. St. Alphonsus Church, 6301 344th Ave. for the annual Turkey Dinner & Fall Festival on October 16, 2022 (Debra Lois, person in charge)
  C. Temporary operator licenses for the above – Mark Weis, Mark Willkomm, Debra Lois, Carol Lois

14. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected. Question is on the ballot as a binding referendum on November 8, 2022 General Election.

15. Announcements - Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer
   6. Clerk

  B. Correspondence

  C. Announcements – November 8, 2022 General Election, polls open 7 am – 8 pm at the town hall
  • Online - Register to vote at www.myvote.wi.gov ends October 19
  • In-person register to vote – anytime at the town office
  • Online – Request a mailed absentee ballot at www.myvote.wi.gov – ends November 4
  • In-person absentee voting – begins October 25, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Monday thru Friday at the town office – ends Friday, November 4, 5 pm. – Photo I.D. required.
  • October 9 - FIRE DEPARTMENT PANCAKE BREAKFAST - Firehouse, 34011 Geneva Rd 7 a.m.–11 a.m.

16. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  C. Budget review to date

17. Adjournment

Dated: 9/22/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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October 10, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Discuss dates for budget hearing – set date for hearing and special town meeting to approve levy

9. Continuing discussion on the merits of appointed clerk and treasurer positions versus elected. Question is on the ballot as a binding referendum on November 8, 2022 General Election.

10. Announcements - Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements – November 8, 2022 General Election, polls open 7 am – 8 pm at the town hall
• Online - Register to vote at www.myvote.wi.gov ends October 19
• In-person register to vote – anytime at the town office
• Online – Request a mailed absentee ballot at www.myvote.wi.gov – ends November 4
• In-person absentee voting – begins October 25, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Monday thru Friday at the town office – ends Friday, November 4, 5 pm. – Photo I.D. required.
• October 30, 2022, 2-5 p.m.- TRICK or TREAT in the Town of Wheatland
• October 9 - FIRE DEPARTMENT PANCAKE BREAKFAST - Firehouse, 34011 Geneva Rd 7 a.m.–11 a.m.

11. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements for September 2022
  D. Budget review and work on 2022 budget

12. Adjournment
Dated: 10/6/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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October 18, 2022 Budget Workshop

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2022 – 5:00 P.M.
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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

6. 2023 Budget Workshop

7. Adjournment
Dated: 10/14/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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November 10, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under 7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.)

6. Results of the November 8, 2022 General Election and Referendum Election

7. Call a Special Town Meeting for Monday, November 28, 2022, 7 p.m. for the purpose of setting the compensation for the elected town clerk and the elected town treasurer for the period beginning April 18, 2023

8. Adjournment
Dated: 11/9/2022 Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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November 14, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Resolution 2022 – 007 - Set special charges for 2022 tax roll – garbage/recycling

9. Resolution 2022 – 008 – Set special charge for 2022 tax roll -- weed/grass cutting

10. Announcements - Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements –
• Town office is closed November 24 & 25 for the Thanksgiving holiday
• November 28, 2022, 7 p.m. Special Town Meeting

11. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters –
  C. Clerk’s Report of Disbursements for October 2022

12. Adjournment
Dated: 11/11/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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Special Town Board Meeting
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2022 – immediately following the 7 p.m. Budget Hearing and Special Town Meeting of Electors
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Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet to consider and act on the following:
1. Call to Order

2. Verification of public notice agenda

3. Public comments and questions from residents of the town and other persons present. Introduction of guests. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

4. Adoption of 2023 Town Budget pursuant to Section 60.40 (4)

5. Adjourn Special Town Board Meeting
Dated: 11/11/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report,
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340.

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November 28, 2022 Agenda

Town of Wheatland -- Wheatland Town Hall – 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, WI 53152, 262.537.4340 ) – www.townwheatland.com, clerk: smsiegler@townwheatland.com, treasurer: dvos@townwheatland.com
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2022 – 6:00 P.M. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pursuant to Section 19.84, Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to the Public, Kenosha News and Westosha Report that the WHEATLAND TOWN BOARD will meet in person to consider and act on the following:

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll call
4. Verification of public notice agenda
5. Approval of minutes of prior meeting(s)
6. Report –
   A. Fire Dept.
   B. Public Safety Report
7. Public comments and questions. (Please be advised per State Statute Section 19.84(2), information will be received from the public and there may be limited discussion on the information received. However, no action will be taken under public comments. Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes.

8. Petition to Discontinue Public Way
  A. Acknowledge receipt of petition
  B. Process required to respond to petition

9. Kenosha County Ordinance 6 – amending the text of the Kenosha County General Zoning and Shoreland/Floodplain Zoning Ordinance creating a Solar Energy Systems Ordinance compliant with Section 66.0401 & 66.0403 of the Wisconsin State Statutes.

10. Cancel December 26 town board meeting

11. Announcements - Reports - Correspondence –
  A. Reports
   1. Road
   2. Chairman
   3. Supervisor Lois
   4. Supervisor Wilson
   5. Treasurer
   6. Clerk
  B. Correspondence
  C. Announcements – Town Office will be closed for the holidays as follows:
• December 23, 24, 25, 26
• December 31 at noon and January 1 & 2

12. Financial matters:
  A. Purchase approval –
  B. Other financial matters -

13. Adjournment
Dated: 11/22/2022
Agenda sent: William Glembocki, Andrew Lois, Kelly Wilson, Lou Denko, Kenosha News, Westosha Report
Posted: town website www.townwheatland.com, Town Hall, Transfer Station and Wheatland Center School
Please note, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. To request service, contact Town Clerk Sheila Siegler, 262.537.4340

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NOTICE OF SPECIAL TOWN MEETING TOWN OF WHEATLAND

Monday, November 28, 2022

Notice is hereby given that on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2022, 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall of Wheatland, 34315 Geneva Rd., New Munster, Wisconsin, a special town meeting of the electors, called by the town board pursuant to sec. 60.12(1)(c) of the Wisconsin Statutes, for the purpose of setting the compensation of the elected town clerk and elected town treasurer for the term beginning April 18, 2023 pursuant to Section 60.32(1)(a) of the Wisconsin Statutes.

Dated this tenth day of November 2022.
Sheila M. Siegler, Town Clerk
(Publish as a legal notice in Kenosha News on November 14, 2022 and November 21, 2022.

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