Strum Village Board discusses improvements needed to Viking clubhouse
STRUM - The Strum Village Board discussed improvements needed for the clubhouse of the Viking Recreation Area at its September meeting held back on the 12th at the Village Hall.
Some areas of concern included the windows, the Coke cooler is being taken out from Coca-Cola and will need to be replaced, and the Health Department stated that the carpet is needing to be replaced. The roof also is sagging and there may be some issues in the future.
Other updates presented to the board included the Park Pavilion where the walking trail is complete, and the trees are out. The pavilion addition will be opened in the Spring of 2023.
The Board approved spending $1,200 for a village lighting pole project.
Dave Carlson from Trempealeau County Economic Development introduced himself to the board. He started his position with Trempealeau County in March of 2022. There are many new things coming up within Trempealeau County that he wanted to inform the board about. Trempealeau County is working on marketing to bring businesses and finding out what is needed within the county.
A building permit was approved for Susan Hyland – 161 Butternut Drive for a 53’X77’ new home construction. The Board also approved an operator's permit and new outdoor sign for the Foolish Pleasure Firehouse bar and grill.
A thank you from the Strum Chief of Police was given to Tri-County Communications for the donation of the new battery for the defibrillator for the village.