Monday, December 20, 2021

Exeter Village Board meets with short agenda


The Exeter Village Board met on Wednesday, December 8 with two members absent, Bob Mueller and Jim Anderson.  After reviewing the minutes and invoices, the board moved on to their agenda.

The board tabled the elections for Chairman and Vice-Chairman until the next meeting because of the missing board members.

The board confirmed the appointments for various committees which needed to be done before the first of the year.

The board approved Resolution 21-8 which certified the appointment of street superintendent Steve Parr.

Village Maintenance Supervisor John Mueller gave his report.  He noted there have been issues with one of the lift station.  He explained that a new pump and engine were original put in place in 1980 and replacements would be around $50,000.

Michl noted that they might be able to use some infrastructure funding for replacing the pump and engine.

The board discussed the issue with the railroad tracks in town that are very rough.  Senator Tom Brandt has been contacted and is working on the issue.  The board plans to send him a letter urging action on repairing the crossings.

Clerk Becky Erdkamp reported that the sales tax for September was $11,430.46  and keno for October was $335.32.  She informed Justin Harre that he and Jim Anderson would be up for reelection in 2022.

The board will meet on January 4 at 7 p.m.

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