Strum Village Board holds summer meetings
A report from Recycling Committee on the Strum Village Recycling Center highlighted the summer meetings of the Strum Village Board in June and July.
The reported stated the recycling center was in good financial shape. Complaints have been made on residencies which put garbage out by the curb days before the garbage haulers come for pickup. The Strum Police Department was instructed to hang notices on the residences that are doing this and provide them with the Village Ordinance that all receptacles for refuse and rubbish and all bundles of rubbish shall be placed near the curb of the property in an accessible location for the garbage collector not earlier than 24 hours before the regular collection time. Notices also went up on social media as well.
All applied for fermented beverage, liquor and cigarette licenses for Strum establishments were unanimously approved as well as all operator's licenses.
Building permits that were approved by the Board were for Michael Bautch – 701 Elm Street for a 12’X28’ storage shed.and for Mary Steffenson 303 – 4th Avenue S – for a new fence.
In regards to Spangberg Field, monies will have to be budgeted to replace light banks on the first base side which no longer work. New bleachers for the field are being priced between $5,000-7,000 from ARPA funds. Other ARPA projects discussed were a concrete walking trail in Woodland Park is $15,500.00. The pavilion addition would be as follows, a 32’X64’ structure $22,416.00, 30’X64’ structure $19,649.00 or a 30’X56’ structure $17,667.00.
A cost estimate for dredging project to Crystal Lake came to $1,349,444.40.
The Board unanimously approved hiring hire Tyler Jacobitz as Officer for the Strum Police Department.