Town of York
Annual Town Meeting
Tuesday, April 19, 2022

 Please Note:  These Annual Town Meeting minutes are posted as draft-only to inform town residents of the topics addressed at the Annual Meeting.  These minutes are subject to review and possible revision at next year’s Annual Town Meeting and should not be considered official until they receive final board approval at that time.

The meeting was called to order at 7:02 pm.  The meeting was held in person (with social distancing) and as a video conference on Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Chairman Dan Truttmann, 1st Supervisor April Prusia, 2nd Supervisor Travis Leonard, and Clerk-Treasurer Jessie Schlumpf were present, as well as several town residents.  Verification of proper notice was given.

Agenda presentation-  The agenda was presented.  Minutes for the Tuesday, April 20, 2021, Annual Town Meeting were presented.  Tim Czerwonka moved to approve the minutes as presented; second by Aaron Gifford.  Motion carried.

Set date for 2023 Annual Town Meeting-  The 2023 Annual Town Meeting date was discussed.  Jessie Schlumpf moved to set the date for the 2023 Annual Town Meeting to Tuesday, April 18, 2023; second by April Prusia.  Motion carried.

2021 Annual Report-  Jessie Schlumpf presented the Profit & Loss Budget vs. Actual Report for approval.  Questions on reporting tax receipts were discussed; Jessie Schlumpf will work with auditor Johnson Block on how to report those amounts.  Dan Truttmann moved to approve the 2021 Annual Report; second by Travis Leonard.  Motion carried.

Approve highway expenditures for 2022-  2022 budget amounts for highway expenditures were discussed.  Aaron Gifford moved to approve $148,850 for 2022 highway expenditures; second by Jessie Schlumpf.  Motion carried.

Town Hall renovations-  The Board discussed more electrical outlets, better light fixtures, light switches near new door, new windows/inserts with screens, painting, window treatments, mounting the TV to the wall, a space heater and/or mini-split, area rug and possible vendors for the work.  Old records should be indexed, the Wisconsin Historical Society contacted, and files they don’t want should be destroyed.  Dan Truttmann will contact carpenters/electrician for quotes, with the goal of completion by fall.

Part-time patrolman hourly wage-  After discussion, Aaron Gifford moved to set the part-time patrolman wage for Travis Leonard at $23 per hour; second by Jessie Schlumpf.  Motion carried.

Discuss hire of full-time patrolman-  Dan Truttmann reported receiving an additional inquiry on the patrolman position.  Full-time vs. part-time was discussed.  A job posting will be put on the website.  Research on cost of benefits will be completed, as well as checking with surrounding towns on their staffing.

Announcements-  Jessie Schlumpf has completed the SLFRF Compliance Report for ARPA funds.  The Board anticipates completing its annual town road survey next week.

Adjournment-  Dan Truttmann moved to adjourn; second by Travis Leonard.  Motion carried.  The meeting adjourned at 8:50 pm.

Respectfully submitted, Jessica L. Schlumpf, Clerk-Treasurer