Lyndon board focuses on roads

by Dave Cary
Review Correspondent

LYNDON - Road work occupied much of the evening at the June Town Board meeting.

Sealed bids for blacktopping were opened by Public Works Director Al Steiner for three sections of Sumac Road - Hillwind Drive to County E, from County E to Country Aire Road, and from Country Aire to Oak Road. Also opened were sealed bids for seal-coating Cedar Lane from the same bidders, Northeast Asphalt, Sheboygan County and Scott Construction.

Scott was awarded all of these bids, as its total bid was lowest at $218,761, followed by the county at $220,030 and Northeast Asphalt at 238,345.

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The board approved a rezoning request from Tom and Brenda Addy, W6427 County V, Cascade, to rezone part of their parcel from A-2 to A-5. They reported that their home had undergone a very thorough mold remediation process trying to alleviate health symptoms of one of their mothers had undergone treatment for with somewhat indifferent success. It had been suggested a mold issue could be at fault.

The Addys said the rezoning was requested so a nearby new dwelling could be built, but if current treatments worked the home would probably not be built.

The board approved the rezoning but said the Addys had neglected to formally divide the lot, which would be required if they were to build.

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The board denied a request for a residential driveway permit submitted by Marge Hager on Dusty Lane. The driveway would be near an existing agricultural driveway and board members said plans for the new one did not meet a fivepercent grade standard.

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Supervisor Patricia Roby said that the town had deposited a check it received from the Internal Revenue Service for more than $5,000 although the town had nothing on record that showed why it received the check. Inquiries are being made.

Roby also reported that a recent review of town books showed all accounts solvent and no unusual activity. A fuller report, she said, would be given at the July meeting.

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In other matters, Steiner said that the town had had some problems with its ditch mower. Its tractor had been equipped with a car muffler, which he said was a “big no-no.” Further it had a burnt air filter which could cause damage if residue made its way into the upper cylinders but so far there was no indication this had happened.

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In licensing matters, the board approved Class “B” fermented malt beverage licenses for three applicants: Ridgerunners Sportsman’s Club, N3163 Tipperary Road, Cascade; Laurie L. Larson-Beger, for Larson’s Resort, N2980 Ellen View Road, Cascade; and Jamie Hamilton, Harbor Lights Pub & Grill, W6294 Harbor Lights Road, Cascade.

Operator’s licenses were approved for: Lee A. Abraham, James T. Backhaus, Randall E. Binversie, Jesse E. Dippel, Gary E. Hefter, Lu A. Holentunden, Clayton G. Horneck, Kevin W. Jensen, Scott R. Klabechek, Gregory L. Schultz, Mark A. Thieme, Brian L. Thomas, Shawn D. Thomas, Edward M. Wendorf, Christine E. Wicklund, Jeffrey C. Wicklund, Jeffrey J. Wright, Jacob Allen Hamilton, and Christina Ann Flores.

Campground licenses were approved for: Hager’s Hilly Haven, N2827 Dusty Lane; Harbor Lights Resort, LLC; and Larson’s Resort.

And finally, a mobile home park license was approved for Harbor Lights Resort.


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