Town News Letter Winter 2001

Municipal Court

During each of the last four years, the Town Municipal Court has handled 1400-1600 citations issued by the Town Police Department, Fire Department or Building Inspector. Handling these matters in Municipal Court rather than in Circuit Court in Oshkosh saves hundreds of hours of police time. It also increases the attention paid to matters that affect the quality of life of Town citizens. Our neighbors in the City of Neenah and City of Menasha have been favorably impressed with the Town's experience and are seriously considering establishing a municipal court of their own.

Although penalties in Municipal Court usually consist of forfeitures and driver's license suspension, the court sometimes offers creative alternatives in appropriate cases. These include research papers on local curfew ordinances, attendance at sentencing proceedings of drunk and reckless drivers, and community service projects. Court sessions (except for juveniles) are open to the public.

From the Town Chairman . . .

 

Dear Town of Menasha Residents, Businesses and Industries,

The Town of Menasha has experienced a year of change and growth. Last spring, we bid farewell to several valued employees and began a transition period of several months. Our employees worked together to make this interim time go as smoothly as possible. Through their efforts, the town continued to function on an even keel. As new personnel came on board and began to take on their new responsibilities, the transition period quietly came to an end.

The Department of Community Development has been involved in the continued growth of the Town. The signing of the Valley Gateway Development Agreement has opened the CB / West American Drive for development. Construction of the Valley Gateway Subdivision was able to get underway late this fall.

The Town's Fire Department welcomed its new Fire Chief Keith Kiesow. The Fire Department was awarded accreditation through the Commission on Fire Accreditation. This achievement of excellence is a great honor especially when we realize that the Town of Menasha Fire Department is the first paid-on-call fire department in the USA & Canada to be accredited.

 

Two new police department employees were hired in 2000. Dominic LaPean and Christine Williams are assigned to uniformed patrol. Police Officers Tony Bovee and Rosalyn Wittmann were promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Tony is assigned to uniformed patrol and Rosalyn to administration. The police department was reaccredited in July by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.

The Finance Department was awarded the GRATE (Government Reporting Awards Through Evaluation) Award for achieving a high level of quality and accepting its responsibility for credibility in its financial statements. This award represents a combined effort of several Wisconsin local governmental associations, the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Marquette University Department of Accounting. This award has been received by the Town of Menasha for the third consecutive year.

With approximately 88 miles of road to maintain, the Street Department employees continue to do an excellent job of plowing and maintaining the Town's streets.

The Parks and Recreation Department was involved in the renovation of the former town hall at 1000 Valley Road. The building will be the town's community center which will offer classes, programs and rental rooms twelve months a year.

The Utility District has continued both maintenance of the town's water and wastewater facilities as well as planning for the future.

New Single-Family Subdivisions

The Town of Menasha has recently added three new single-family subdivisions. The subdivisions include: High Plain Meadows, Wildlife Heights, and Gateway Meadows. These new developments have added 233 new single-family lots to the Town.

First, High Plain Meadows is located on the northwest intersection of East Shady Lane and Cold Spring Rd. There is total of 44 lots, with a lot sizes averaging 9,500 square feet. There will be curb and gutter. The subdivision will have more affordable housing, with the price of the homes in the $95,000-$125,000 range. In addition, there are plans for a Phase II, located directly to the north.

 

Second, Wildlife Heights is located directly south of the Parkwood Estates subdivision, with Symphony Blvd. connecting them together. The subdivision consists of 59 lots, averaging 21,900 sq. ft. There will be curb and gutter. The lots are estimated to be more upscale than the High Plain Meadows subdivision, with some homes averaging in the $140,000 range and the majority in the upper $100,000-$300,000 range. An outlot, located on the NE corner of the subdivision, has been dedicated to the public for a park. The outlot consists mainly of wetlands. Also, there will be a sidewalk located on the south side of Elk Trail Dr, which will connect to Irish Road. Furthermore, an environmental corridor was mandated on the northern portion of the subdivision, which will preserve the vegetation and trees falling within the 75 ft. setback from a navigable stream.

Lastly, Gateway Meadows is the largest new subdivision, with a total of 144 lots. It is located to the west of Irish Rd and extends out near Clayton Ave. The majority of the subdivision will consist of single-family homes (130 lots), with only a small portion (14 lots) for duplexes. The lot sizes average 15,000 sq. ft. and this subdivision will be the most upscale, with the price of homes ranging from the mid to upper $200,000’s. As included in the previous subdivisions, there will be curb and gutter. In addition, Gateway Meadows will have sidewalks on one side of the street. Furthermore, there are areas dedicated to the public for park uses, including 16 acres of wetlands, with a walking trail running through it. W. American Drive, which is four lanes, will be rerouted to Clayton Ave., starting at the point where it splits off with Smoke Tree Rd. Smoke Tree Rd. is the two-lane road that will split off into the Gateway Meadows subdivision. Gateway Meadows is part of the Valley Gateway Project, which consists of a combination of commercial, multiple-family, and single-family developments.

 

 

In sum, the Town of Menasha has experienced a growth in single-family developments. To view the detailed plats for these new subdivisions, go to the Town website (town-menasha.com) or come to the Community Development Department at the Town Municipal Building. This trend may continue to grow. For example, there are potential pending plans for a Phase II of High Plain Meadows. Furthermore, there are other areas on the west side of Little Lake Butte des Morts that are being contemplated by developers for single-family developments. The Town of Menasha has a comprehensive plan in place that designates different types of future land uses. To this point, many areas designated for multiple-family have experienced development and are being exhausted. Hence, the Town is now seeing a surge in single-family developments and one of the goals of the Comprehensive Plan deals with balancing both multiple and single-family developments. With 233 new single-family lots recently created and the potential for more, it appears that this trend will continue.

If you have any questions about these new single-family developments or any other questions about potential future developments, please contact the Community Development Department at 720-7105.

- Jeffrey Smith, Associate Planner

Town of Menasha - 2001 Calendar

 

Collections occur Tuesday through Friday, excluding holidays, on your regularly scheduled garbage collection day. Where holidays are involved, collection will be moved to the next day (for example: Tues. to Wed., Wed. to Thurs., Thurs. to Fri., and Fri. to Sat.). Checkmarks (4 ) have been placed on the days for which this will occur. Please have your garbage, recyclables and yard waste at the curb by 7 am on your scheduled collection day. In accordance to Chapter 10 of the Town Municipal Code, residents shall not place containers in front of the residence more than 12 hours before collection date and shall be removed by 12:00 am Midnight on the date of collection.

 


SUPERIOR SERVICES: For clarification call 1 800 688-4285

A, B = Recycling Weeks for Designated A or B Areas

b = Next Day Garbage Collection Due to Holiday

¨ = Yard / Leaf Collection including bundled sticks and small branches (Every other week, March 27 - Nov 24)

¤ = Christmas Tree Collection (Dec 26, 2001 - Jan 12, 2002)

Bulky Items/White Goods - Residents must contact Superior Services at 1-800-688-4285 to schedule the pickup of bulky items/white goods. These items are collected on a per call/per item basis. White goods containing CFC's (refrigerators, etc.) will be picked up at a cost of $15 each. All other bulky items and white goods not containing CFC's will be picked up at a cost of $10 for the first item and $5 for each additional item during the same pickup.

 


TOWN OF MENASHA: Any questions on the following programs call Street Department 720-7110

u = Spring Chipping Program (April 10 - May 5) - Weekly for 4 weeks

H = Summer Chipping Program (June 5-9, July 10-14, August 7-11, September 4-8, October 2-6) - Monthly

s = Fall Chipping Program (October 16 - November 17) - Weekly for 5 weeks

 

 

 

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inter-office memorandum

 

 

to: Joan Burrill

Executive Secretary

from: Lori Jencks

Deputy Building Inspector

 

date: December 18, 2000

re: Article For "The Bridge"

 

I have another article of "The Bridge" if there is room:

Title: Recommendation That Smoke Alarms Be Replaced After 10 Years

Questions and concerns recently have been raised and discussed nationally regarding the reliability of smoke alarms in existing buildings. Testing older smoke alarms indicated a high percentage of those appliances failed to meet performance requirements. In an attempt to increase the reliability of smoke alarms, a requirement became part of the 1999 edition of NFPA 72, the National Fire Alarm Code. The 1999 version became effective in Wisconsin on April 1, 2000. NFPA 72:8-3.5 requires that, unless otherwise recommended by the manufacturer, smoke alarms installed in apartments and one-and two-family dwellings must be replaced when they fail to respond to maintenance tests, but shall not remain in service longer than 10 years from the date of installation. Multifamily dwellings are regulated by Comm. 51.245 (3), which specifies that all smoke alarms and system components shall be inspected, tested, and maintained in accordance with NFPA 72. The NFPA 72 code has not been adopted in our state Uniform Dwelling Code, so the new requirement does not apply to one-and two-family dwellings in Wisconsin. Many apartment buildings throughout Wisconsin will be affected by this rule, because smoke alarms have been required in all apartments for much longer than 10 years. Even thought the rules do not apply to one- and two-family dwellings, we know having working smoke alarms in homes is very important for the occupants’ safety. Therefore, it is recommended that smoke detectors be replaced with new smoke alarms where they have been in service for longer than 10 years.

 

 

 

 

 

The Town of Menasha Parks and Recreation Department would like to thank the following businesses for

donating to The Pals Bridging The Community Fund. Your generosity is appreciated !

George’s Steak House

Goss Auto Body Inc.

Advanced Tooling Specialists

Pheifer Bros. Construction

Georgia Pacific

Fox Communities Credit Union

Pat Gambsky Builders, Inc.

Hayes Manufacturing

Herrling/Clark Law Firm

Outlook Graphics

V & L Stripping Inc.

Carbon monoxide detectors are almost as common as smoke detectors.

If you don't have a carbon monoxide detector in your home, it may be a good time to purchase one now. The technology has improved to a point that the new units are much more reliable. TMFD has experienced a reduction in the number of false alarms from carbon monoxide detectors. We are responding to more calls where there actually is a problem. Some alarms are occurring when the vents of heating units become plugged with snow and ice. Clean the snow and ice away from the heating unit vents. It is also important to keep your gas meter free from snow. There is a vent on the gas meter that assists in regulating the gas pressure into the home and must remain free from snow and ice. The National Fire protection Agency is now recommending that smoke detectors be replaced every 10 years. You should also remember that smoke detectors are required at every floor level within a residence.

As we reflect the year in review for the Town of Menasha Fire Department, we experienced a number of changes. In January we hired a new Fire Marshall/Deputy Chief, Susan Phillips to replace Lt. Harry Olszewski who retired. May brought the departure of Chief Donald Cox who moved on to become the Fire Chief for West DesMoines Iowa after 9 years with us. In September we hired our new Chief, Keith Kiesow who had been a Captain on the Fire Department. Finally in October we hired our first full-time Fire Fighter Mike Tedford. During this time of transition, your Fire Department became the first Fire Department in Wisconsin to be Accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation. Throughout the year the Fire Department responded to a total of 811 calls for service. The calls included 581 rescue or emergency medical calls and 230 other emergency calls. We continue to deliver a quality service with our 4 full-time and 50 paid on call personnel for the residents of the Town of Menasha at a reasonable cost. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call your Fire Department.

 

TOWN OF MENASHA MUNICIPAL CALENDAR February, 2001 — March 2001 — April 2001

All standing committees, commissions and regular meetings of the Town Board are to be held in the Assembly Room at the Municipal Complex, 2000 Municipal Drive. This calendar is advisory only and meetings are subject to change.

 

UTILITY DISTRICT

4:30 pm

REG. TOWN BOARD

6:00 pm

PARK COMMISSION

7:00 pm

PLANNING COMM.

5:00 pm

FEBRUARY

Monday 12th

Monday 26th

FEBRUARY

Monday 12th

Monday 26th

FEBRUARY

Wednesday 14th

FEBRUARY

Wednesday 21st

MARCH

Monday 12th

Monday 26th

MARCH

Monday 12th

Monday 26th

MARCH

Wednesday 14th

MARCH

Wednesday 21st

APRIL

Monday 9th

Monday 23rd

APRIL

Monday 9th

Monday 23rd

APRIL

Wednesday 11th

APRIL

Wednesday 18th

FIRE DEPT. DRILLS

Station #40

FIRE DEPARTMENT

COURT/TRIALS

MISCELLANEOUS

FEBRUARY

Mon. 5th – 7pm

Wed. 7th – 9am

Mon. 19th – 7pm

Wed. 21st – 9am

FEBRUARY

Officers —Station #40

Wed. 7th – 7 pm

FEBRUARY

Thursday 1st – Court

Thursday 8th – Trials

Thursday 15th – Court

FEBRUARY

MARCH

Mon. 5th – 7 pm

Wed. 7th – 9 am

Mon. 19th –7 pm

Wed. 21st – 9 am

MARCH

Officers —Station #41

Wed. 14th – 7 pm

General — Station #40

Wed. 28th - 8 pm

MARCH

Thursday 1st – Court

Thursday 8th – Trials

Thursday 15th – Court

MARCH

 

APRIL

Mon. 2nd – 7 pm

Wed. 4th – 9 am

Mon. 16th –7 pm

Wed. 18th – 9 am

APRIL

Officers Station #40

Wed. 11th — 7 pm

 

APRIL

Thursday 5th – Court

Thursday 12th – Trials

Thursday 19th – Court

APRIL

Tuesday 10th 7:00 pm -

Annual Town Meeting

 

 

Once again the New Year brings an opportunity for you to reserve any of the 7 park pavilions. Reservations are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Pavilions are available for rent from May 11th through September 30th, 2001. Kitchen rental including stove, sink, and refrigerator are available at 5 of these parks. The fees for renting a park start at $35.00 with/kitchen add $25.00. For more information please contact the park office at 720-7108, or send an email to [email protected] and the staff will be happy to help you.

 

The Park Department is looking for used stoves and refrigerators to update our existing assets. Become a Town PARK FRIEND and help improve the quality of life by purchasing a tree, park bench, or fund a recreation program. All contributions including donating time are greatly needed. Please call 720-7108 for become a Park Friend or obtain other ways of helping.

 

A big THANK YOU, to all responsible pet owners who keep the recreation trails clean for all to enjoy. A reminder that leashed dogs are allowed on all recreation trails. The new trails which have been completed in 2000 are the Winnebago County Highway II Trail and Michiel’s Way Trail.

 

Discount tickets will be made available through the Park and Recreation office Monday-Friday this spring. Watch for a flyer to come home through the school information highway.

 

The Park Department is currently working with Community Development Department in updating the Park’s 5-year Comprehensive Plan. Updating our plan to include the current trails and expected additions should aid the park department with any grant applications. A schedule of upcoming meetings should be on the park’s web site when available.

 

Sport programs using the park facilities are organizing their schedules in the near future. Please contact this office for any information in the following sports: Palisades Athletics, Suburban Athletics, Youth Sports baseball, Menasha Area Soccer Club or O’Hauser Disc Golf. Palisades Athletics will be using the Community Center, 1000 Valley Road for signups on the following dates:

 

Wednesday, February 28 5:00-8:00

Saturday March 3 10:00-2:00

Wednesday March 7 5:00-8:00

 

The Town of Menasha Police Department has been nationally accredited since November 19, 1994 and was reaccredited on July 29, 2000. The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. was founded in 1979 through the combined efforts of four major law enforcement organizations: The International Association of Chiefs of Police, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, National Sheriffs Association and Police Executive Research Forum.

The Commission was formed for two reasons: to develop a set of law enforcement standards, and to establish and administer an accreditation process through which law enforcement agencies could demonstrate that they meet professionally recognized criteria for excellence in management and service delivery. The following benefits are derived as the result of accreditation:

Grants - Accredited police departments simply do better when applying for grant money.

Citizen Confidence - Citizens tend to have more confidence knowing that their police agency meets these high standards.

Tourism - Tourists are more apt to visit communities with professional accredited police departments.

New Business - Businesses are always interested in the professional quality of local police agencies.

Bond Rating - Communities with accredited police departments can highlight the police when seeking a higher bond rating.

Liability Issues - When the police department or individual officers are faced with liability claims, accredited police departments have a stronger defense.

Employee Confidence - Employees of accredited police departments can be confident and proud that their organization meets the highest professional standards.

William E. Kirchhoff, City Manager of Redondo Beach, California states, "The accreditation process is one way to increase the city manager’s comfort level regarding the way the police department is managed. I can not think of any legitimate reason not to go through the process." When asked how he would characterize police departments that are accredited, Kirchhoff responded by saying, "In law enforcement circles, these are the lead police departments in the country. Departments that are generally looked to as innovative and first rate are usually somewhere in the accreditation process."

The ultimate goals of the accreditation process are to improve crime prevention and control capabilities, formalize management procedures, establish fair and nondiscriminatory personnel practices, improve service delivery, improve inter-agency cooperation and coordination, and increase confidence in the law enforcement agency.

Today, accredited law enforcement agencies in the United States, Canada, and Barbados rank among the best. In November 1996, Good Housekeeping magazine named "America’s Best Suburban Police Forces." All eight - Arlington, Texas; Baltimore County, Maryland; Dublin, Ohio; Garden Grove, California; Lakewood, Colorado; Mount Pleasant, South Carolina; Palatine, Illinois; and Redmond, Washington - are accredited.

The Good Housekeeping study also found that non-accredited agencies had 16.3% higher liability claims than that of accredited agencies. From the largest accredited agency - Pennsylvania State Police, with 4,168 sworn officers - to the smallest accredited agency - Greenville, New Hampshire Police Department, with 5 sworn officers - the impact of accreditation is noticeable and measurable.

The Town of Menasha’s police liability insurance has decreased annually, training programs are more useful and consistent, the scope and clarity of General Orders, policies and procedures have seen significant improvement and police operations are stronger. With accreditation, not only have we received the benefit of a nationally accepted body of knowledge, but we’ve also gained the intrinsic value of being one of the best among the best. The pride the Town of Menasha Police employees have in this accomplishment is continually reflected in the work they do. We are very proud to give to the citizens and businesses of the Town of Menasha a nationally accredited police agency. One of only seven in the State of Wisconsin.

For further information contact Police Chief William C. Weiss or Accreditation manager Lt. Rosalyn Wittmann.

 

 

The GRATE Award…

For the third consecutive year the Town of Menasha has been awarded the GRATE (Government Reporting Awards Through Evaluation) Awards.

This is awarded for achieving a high level of quality and acceptance of responsibility for credibility in its financial statements. It is through the diligent efforts of Town’s Finance Department that this prestigious awarded is once again presented to the Town of Menasha

In 1997 The Finance Department of the Town of Menasha applied for qualification in the GRATE Awards Program made possible through the combined efforts of several Wisconsin local governmental associations, The Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Marquette University Department of Accounting. The Town of Menasha was only the second Town in State to receive this award for 1997 (on our first attempt), and has once again met with the stringent requirements, and successfully has been awarded this prestigious award. These awards are proudly hung in the Assembly Room of the Municipal Complex.

You are cordially invited to attend the OPEN HOUSE of the Town of Menasha Community Center on

Thursday, March 1, 2001

5 to 7 p.m.

 

We invite all ages and business to join us as we tour the

Community Center.

 

Information about programs and rentals will be available.

 

Enjoy a Special Performance

Starting at 6:30 p.m.

presented by the

ACT II – Show Choir

Consisting of 46 Freshman-Sophomore students from the

Neenah High School.

Experience their music, which ranges from Broadway to the Top 40.

 

Refreshments will be served.

TAX PAYMENTS

 

All real estate tax payments are now payable to Winnebago County, PO Box 2808, Oshkosh, WI 54903-2808.

The Town cannot accept real estate tax payments after January 31, 2001.

If you have not paid your 1st installment your entire tax bill is delinquent and interest is due.

Þ To find out the current amount due, please have your parcel number available and call the Treasurer’s Office at Winnebago County: 727-2880.

Your 2nd installment is due to the Winnebago County Treasurer by July 31, 2001.

 

UTILITY DISTRICT

 

 

 

 

As you can see below, the Utility District tax levy has drastically decreased. The Utility District is in the process of eliminating the tax levy completely. This will result in costs billed directly on the water/sewer bill by usage instead of on the tax bill by assessed value.

 

 

 

 

DETAIL OF TAX LEVY:

2000 Budget

2001 Budget

Municipality

1999 Tax Levy

2000 Tax Levy

Water

516,798

0

Fire Protection

183,265

46,395

Wastewater

837,383

783,743

1,537,446

830,138

ALLOCATION BETWEEN MUNICIPALITIES:

2000 Budget

2001 Budget

Municipality

1999 Tax Levy

2000 Tax Levy

Town of Menasha

1,212,091

654,764

Town of Neenah

14,238

8,936

City of Menasha

238,557

127,921

City of Neenah

2,482

1,098

City of Appleton

70,078

37,419

1,537,446

830,138

WATER DEPARTMENT

 

Over the past seven years, we have been aggressively replacing deteriorating water mains. Corrosion of the ductile iron pipe is extensive because of the clay soil. All new water mains are replaced with PVC pipe. Reconstruction and relay projects are currently planned five years in advance. We are also coordinating water main replacement with street repaving and reconstruction. The projects for 2001 are as follows. Any questions can be addressed to Jeff Roth, Water Superintendent.

 

Oneida Road From Manitowoc Road south to Highway 114

Cold Spring Road From Shady Lane to Kaufman Street

Nenning Road and Lynn Drive

Winchester Road North Lake Street to the railroad tracks

North Lake Street Winchester Road to Haase Street

East Shady Lane From Cold Spring Road west (New construction)

 

The Utility District will also be starting construction on an addition and renovation to Water Plant No. 3, 919 East Shady Lane. This construction will increase capacity to the West Side system by 1.3 million gallons per day. The upgrade of this plant is necessary to accommodate the future development of the West Side.