7:00 p.m. at the COMMUNITY CENTER 

The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m.  Board members present were Matt Lazorik,

Janice Olson, James Kaseno, Andrew Sauter Sargent,  Jackie Eid, MaryBeth Tillmans and Lynda  Nedden Durst.


-Board Meeting Minutes- J. Olson made a motion to approve the minutes and J. Eid

2nd the motion.  Approved.

-Budget Meeting Minutes – J. Olson made a motion to approve the minutes and J. Kaseno

2nd the motion.  Approved.

-Treasurer’s Report –J. Olson made a motion to approve the report and A. Sauter Sargent 2nd

the motion.  Approved.


Public Comment Period – None

Correspondence – None


Old Business

  1. Comprehensive Plan Survey – discussion

They are still working on the survey. They are working on the issues and opportunity



New Business

  1. ATV speed limits on town roads – discussion

Complaints have been received about excessive ATV/UTV speeds on town roads.  Bayfield

County does have a maximum speed of 40mph.  If the road is posted, they must adhere

to that speed.  J. Eid emailed Mark Little, DNR recreational warden in Madison.  She

asked about the correct way to enforce the new speed limit.  The current ordinance

could be amended and signs would need to be updated.   J. Eid spoke with John Carlson, the

town’s attorney.  He can amend it, but needs to know what the board wants done.  The

recommendation is to drop the speed to 25mph on all town roads.  The county and DNR can

enforce the speed.  J. Eid will talk with J. Carlson about changing the ordinance to current

specifications without the speed.  The speed will be finalized next month.



  1. Purchasing new pickup truck – look at quotes received-discussion and decision

The following quotes were received:

Link Ford – $30,800 – In stock

Ashland Ford – $25,800- To be ordered

– $26,140   w/locking rear end

  1. Kaseno made a motion to approve ordering the 2019 F-250 with the locking rear end

from Ashland Ford.  J. Eid 2nd the motion.  Unanimous decision.  Approved.

  1. Eid made a motion to give permission to M. Lazorik and M. Tillmans to order  the truck

and to take care of the paperwork to finalize the deal.   J. Kaseno 2nd the motion.

Unanimous decision.  Approved.


Committee Reports

Fire Department  -The was not a South Shore Ambulance report.  The fire department was

paged, but it was for a structure fire in the Town of Bayfield.

Roads – The bathrooms  at the marina will be closed next week.  The water to the slips will be

turned off.  They are finishing culverts and brushing.

Planning Commission – An email was received from Dan Bieberitz,  D.O.T..  Signs will be

received warning of upcoming pedestrian crossing and they will be installed when they come

Marina –  Things are winding down.

Parks and Lands/Green Shed – Oct. 20th is a volunteer work day at the beach.  Plugs for the

beach grass will be planted at the end of Superior St..  The resurfacing of the tennis courts

is being looked into.  They are looking into getting more gravel on the waterfront walkway in

the spring.  Posts need to be placed on the beach and by the old fishing boats.

Community Center – The community center has been busy.  There are 35 to 50 families coming

to the food shelf.  J. Eid is getting an estimate for the soffits for the back of the community

center.   The proper closing of the front door is being researched.  A total cleaning of the

kitchen will be done after the Turkey Feed.  The heat in the building  has been fixed.

Notices/Library – J. Eid has been working with Roger Peck on the website.  A couple of new

things are on the message board.  There was no report for the library.

Recycling – It has been busy.  Things are starting to slow down.

Airport – None

Cornucopia Business Association – None


Bills were paid.  At 8:20 p.m. J. Olson made a motion to adjourn the meeting and J. Eid 2nd the motion.  Approved.

Respectfully submitted

MaryBeth Tillmans – Clerk