Fairchild waits on Town of Mentor law enforcement proposal

FAIRCHILD - The Village of Fairchild is waiting on the Town of Mentor concerning a proposal for law enforcement of local ordinances.

The proposal came up first during the June meeting and was discussed in the July meeting which was held on the 14th and took place at the Fairchild Community Center.

Township officials told Board members that they will continue to approach the City of Neillsville for such enforcement of its town codes and ordinances to remain in continuity inside Clark County. However, given the distances involved, it remains a strong possibility the town, which borders Fairchild, will go in with them for enforcement and Fairchild officials, Town Clerk Billie Waugh and Police Chief Brian Halvorson, have created contingency plans as a result. The topic will come up again for the August meeting of the Board which will take place on the 18th.

Also coming up on the Board's agenda is a dredging project for the Fairchild Pond.

The Board unanimously approve a motion to send a cease and desist letter to a property owner on N. Center St. for violating village ordinances on mobile homes. The letter gives 30 days for this plus options for the land owner to follow.

The Board also approved liquor license for the Fairchild Sportsmen's Club, Little Creek Campground and the Fairchild Softball Association and picnic license for upcoming Fairchild Fund Days which takes place Aug. 5-7. They also approved bid from Todd Schulze for stump grinding at the grounds of the Village Hall (which recent cut down several pine trees that were located around the building) and Foster Park.


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