PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that there will be a Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Warrens on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at 6:30 pm at the Village Hall, 301 Main St, Warrens, Wisconsin 54666. The Village Board of Trustees will consider and may take action on the matters set forth on the following Agenda.

Kris Oakes – Clerk

May 10, 2022

Meeting was called to order at 6:30 pm by J. Krultz, who led the Pledge of Allegiance. In attendance: J. Krultz, T. Malinger, M. Rezin, D. Oakes, and A. Werner. Also in attendance, Clerk- K. Oakes and Treasurer- N. Zellmer

Motion made by T. Malinger to accept agenda, M. Rezin 2nd CARRIED

New Business

  1. 2019 Audit, final report. Tabled until June meeting. NO ACTION

MINUTES: March 8, 2022, March 18, 2022, April 10, 2022 Motion made by T Malinger to accept March 8th and March 18th minutes. A Werner 2nd . CARRIED A Werner made motion to accept the April 10, 2022 minutes after correction. M Rezin 2nd. CARRIED. D Oakes abstained from both votes.


  1. Warrens Monroe Commission – Commission board will be meeting in the next couple of weeks.
  2. Department of Public Works – Water/Sewer connection request – Joe & Jodi Villacrez made presentation on opening a micro-brewery in the building across from Marco’s restaurant. Building is in Town of Lincoln, but they would need water/sewer connection from the village. Motion made to approve W/S connection by T. Malinger. M Rezin 2nd. CARRIED

Motion made to pursue hiring an employee for cleaning (log bldg., park bathrooms, office) J. Krultz, T. Malinger 2nd CARRIED

Motion made to accept bid for $750.00 to take down maple tree on Church St. J. Krultz, D. Oakes 2nd. CARRIED

Motion made to make Well #1 pump priority for replacement. M. Rezin, A. Werner 2nd. CARRIED

  1. Planning/Zoning – Adam is working with Jellystone manager on building permits for decks, etc. Also, Adam says that he is allowed to charge extra for those who start a project before getting a permit if it is clear that they knew they were supposed to or they were already trying to get one. Possibility of publishing this info in newsletter?
  2. Audit/Budget-
  3. Office Administration- Cancelled contract with Unifirst and switched to Aramark

Started reconciling the TIF account as of January 2020 TIF is reconciled to April 2022.

Need a better way of communicating with the Lion’s and Fire Dept. Had

someone who had rented the log building for July 2nd and then found out

this week that the fireworks had been moved to the 2nd. Clerk will call renter

and/or Josh to make sure wedding tournament weekend is being worked out.


  1. TIF discussion/action
  2. Sign Ordinance 2022
  3. Well 2/Booster Station Gas Conversion – Waiting for parts
  4. Updating of Villages Ordinances – This would be a long, large-scale project

Communications – Delinquent Account list, Annual Calendar

Liquor Licenses-/Operator’s Licenses –

Class B Temporary –

Operator’s License -Maya Hansen, Chad Cramer Motion to approve made by D Oakes, J. Krultz 2nd. CARRIED

Transfer and Payment of Bills- Motion made by T. Malinger, D. Oakes 2nd. CARRIED

Upon motion duly made and adopted, the Village Board may convene into closed session (i) pursuant to State Statute 19.85(c) to consider employment, promotion, compensation, or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility to discuss personnel.

ROLL CALL for CLOSED Session: Oakes, Malinger, Krultz, Rezin, Werner. 8:51 pm

Board came out of CLOSED session at 9:40 pm. Motion made by T. Malinger, A. Werner 2nd.

Any action from closed session-

Wage for cleaner decided on at $15.00 per hour and they will be put on the Village payroll so they do not have to have separate insurance coverage.

Adjournment – Meeting adjourned at 9:41 pm. Motion made by J. Krultz, D. Oakes 2nd.

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