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Concord again faces mobile home concerns

May 16, 2019

CONCORD -- Lengthy discussion on the mobile home ordinance for the town of Concord dominated this month’s meeting of the town board.

Complaints from residents of Spacious Acres continue to plague board members. The concerns pertain to various issues of operation and maintenance.

The ordinance has been updated including fines, permit fees, violations and bonding. An attorney will be contacted.

There were no zoning requests.

The treasurer’s report, along with payment of monthly bills, were approved.

Brad Bowen, head EMS and fire chief of Western Lakes, addressed the board with his monthly report and call volume.

Wolf Paving was granted the lower bid for asphalt for various road work.

The Johnson Creek 16U Yellow Jacket’s softball team was granted a picnic license for May 25 at Dahnert Park.

Paint bids were viewed for entry door and entry windows of the Community Center. Paint bids were tabled until additional bids for soffit, facia and aluminum siding are obtained.

The board approved constructing a side walk around the gazebo at Dahnert Part.

Opening up town roads to ATV/UTV operation was discussed. In December 2017, the board was approached for possibly opening some of the town roads for ATV/UTV travel. A rough draft ordinance, along with various meetings, were held in 2018, and the request was denied by the board. The request was tabled to the June meeting.

The Open Book will be held Friday from 4-6 p.m. The Board of Review will be held May 29 from 3-5 p.m. Both will be held at the Community Center by appointment only.

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