HIGHWAY INFRASTRUCTURE & RECREATION COMMITTEE
AGENDADATE: Thursday, April 9, 2020TIME: 8:00 a.m.PLACE: Wood County Courthouse,Conference Room 114400 Market St.,Wisconsin Rapids, WI 544951. Call meeting to order.2. Declaration of Quorum.3. Public comments.4. CorrespondenceRecognition of Supervisor Marion Hokamp5. CONSENT AGENDAa. Approve minutes from previous committee meetings.b. Department Staff Reportsc. Department Vouchersd. Department Revenue Reports6. Review items, if any, pulled from consent agenda7. ATV Update8. HIGHWAYa. GSB 88 Bid Resultsb. Chip Sealing Maintenance Planc. 2021 Capital Improvement Projects Bondingd. County and State Funded Salt Shed Projecte. Discussion of March future agenda items:71* Street CulvertStudy of County Trunk Q9. PARKS AND FORESTRYa. Public service announcement/commercial for logging and snowmobile trail safety.b. Discuss concerns from Wood County townships.c. Forestry 15-year plan, Chapter 500 and discussion of notes.d. 2021-2025 CIPe. Parks Revenue Reportf. Forestry Revenue Report10. Future Agenda Items11. Set next regular meeting date: May 7, 2020 at 8:00 am Powers Bluff Recreation Area Shelter,6990 Bluff Drive, Arpin, WI 5441012. Adjournment.Join by phone
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MINUTES OF THEHIGHWAY, INFRASTRUCTURE & RECREATION COMMITTEE
DAY & DATE: March 12, 2020
PLACE: Wood County River Block Auditorium,111 W. Jackson St., WI Rapids, WI 54495
MEETING TIME: 8:00 A.M.
ADJOURNMENT TIME: 9:33 A.M.
MEMBERS PRESENT: Chairman Adam Fischer, Supervisor William Winch, SupervisorMarion Hokamp, Supervisor Lance Pliml, Supervisor DennisPolach
OTHERS PRESENT: Sandra Green, Parks & Forestry Office Supervisor; Chad
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Schooley, Parks & Forestry Director; Fritz Schubert, ForestAdministrator; Roland Hawk, Highway Commissioner; GavinHutchinson, DNR Forester; Peter Kastenholz, CorporationCounsel
Call meeting to order. Meeting called to order at 8am.Declaration of Quorum. Declared.Public comments. Bill Clendenning, mentioning the following items:
a. Sand shed build.
b. Would also like to know about the 71* street culvert that is underneath Kellner Road(goes from a farm through a creek to a drainage area that the town dug out) and then goesinto Lake Wazeecha. This culvert has been causing a lot of flooding and he is unable tofind any info on it.
c. They are looking at Washington St. to get a 90/10 grant. The County should be involvedin the study of this since it affects County Trunk U. This is on next agenda.
Correspondence.
a. F. Schubert asked if the committee reviewed the email he sent out regarding theadvertising/commercial for logging and snowmobile trails. The committee members didnot get a chance to review so F. Schubert will re-send it and discuss at next meeting.
b. Chip sealing information (Hwy.) Tabled for April next meeting.
Information only. Roland implemented the seasonal weight postings.
d. C. Schooley; regarding Wellness employee discounts for camping/user fees foremployees. Possible future agenda item regarding discounts to employees vs. generalpublic.
e. R. Hawk stated that the WCHA is accepting nominations for Vice-Chair. Nominationsare due in April if anyone is interested.
CONSENT AGENDA
a. Approve minutes from previous committee meetings.
b. Department Staff Reports
c. Department Vouchers
d. Department Revenue Reports
Review items, if any, pulled from consent agenda. Motion to approve by L. Pliml and secondby M. Hokamp. Motion carried.
ATV Update. R. Hawk met with Jeff Masephol regarding trails and routes. Sandra Green will besetting up and meeting with all clubs in Wood County in the very near future.
C. Schooley spoke about updates on the Dexter ATV sites. Conditions were conducive totrenching at this location recently so staff was able to install the 10 electrical peds and bury thewire. All 10 sites will now have electricity this upcoming camping season.
HIGHWAYa. CTH V Bridge Bids. Earth, Inc. is the low bidder.b. CTH N Bridges (2) Bids. Radtke Contractors is the low bidder. Both funded by the"CHIP" program. Both bids came in below the engineers estimates.
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Motion by L. Pliml to approve bids a. and b. and second by D. Polach.Bituminous Materials Bids. Bids opened on March 10". MEIGS was low bid for PG 58-28 at $499.31 per ton and Flint Hills agreed to match that for 40% of the quantity for theyear.
Motion by L. Pliml to accept low bids by MIGS and Flint Hills and second by B.Winch. Motion carried.
Milling and Pulverizing Quotes. These are not official bids so no motions are needed.GSB 88 maintenance contracts. R. Hawk said they would like to do this in more urbanareas where they have curb and gutter. Its' an asphalt rejuvenator, covered with a sandlike material. He would like to bid two or three separate projects and be able to awardeach bidder with a separate project for comparison purposes. Motion to do a trial to useboth contractors without the low bid exempting this project from the bid process todevelop a comparison process for future. Motion by L. Pliml and second by A.Fischer. Motion carried.
50/50 Road Aid Program. This allows municipalities to designate $4K a year for up tothree years in a row. The county allocates a match, which results up to $12K for aspecific project. The match is budgeted in levy and goes into a fund used for a match onthese 50/50 programs. R. Hawk is proposing removing the 3 year limit and allow them todo bigger projects vs. getting three years in and looking for something to spend theirallocation on, proposing remove the cap on the number of years. Highway will stillreceive the benefits of doing the work for these municipalities. Allocate $5k year insteadof $4k and remove the cap on the years. Motion by L. Pliml to adopt the proposal toincrease the match from $4000 / year to $5000 / year, remove the cap on the numberof years, and adopt the 50% match by L. Pliml and second by D. Polach. Motioncarried.
Flagging Certification Policy. State Highways over 35mp must have certified flaggersand use temporary rumble strips.
Motion to adopt the State Certified Flagger Policy for County Highways, to includecertified flaggers and temporary rumble strips on county highways with postedspeeds 35 mph or greater by D. Polach and second by M. Hokamp. Motion carried.Out-of-State Travel. Highway Commission, R. Hawk. Motion for approval of Out-of-State travel by L. Pliml and second by D. Polach. Motion carried.
Summer Help and Engineering Intern pay rates. Summer help increase to $14, with aCDL, $16. LTE Truck Drivers are at $18 (required CDL). This will not affect theHighway budget as wages are covered in projects. Engineering Tech Interns will start at$16/hr. The HR Department recommended this. Motion by L. Pliml to approveincrease in wages and second by M. Hokamp. Motion carried.
Adler Road Trail Extension, Marshfield, Wisconsin. City is looking to apply for a grantto extend the trail. R. Hawk included a letter in the packet with details requesting supportfrom the HIRC. Motion to approve by L. Pliml and second by B. Winch. Motioncarried.
Oversize/Overweight/Seasonal Truck Permit & Utility Permit. R. Hawk has completedresearch on neighboring counties. Its' designed for a 1-time use for some, but for milk,garbage and septic haulers, there is a permit designed specifically for them and is validfor their entire posted season. R. Hawk is requesting the cost of the OS/OW permitincrease from $25 to $50 to be consistent with the other permits.
Regarding utility permits, R. Hawk is looking to raise the fee as well. Currently, the fee is$25 for the permit. Request is to increase the application fee to $50. The boring feewould be $100 and the open cut would be $500. These fees are all in comparison toMarathon, Portage and Adams counties. Motion by L. Pliml to adopt the policy asoutlined by the Highway Commissioner and to adopt the schedule modeled byPortage County for $35 per additional 1000 feet. and second by D. Polach.
9. PARKS AND FORESTRYa. Parks Revenue Report. C. Schooley pointed out the increased revenues for the openshelter reservations. This increase is due to the two new shelters at White Beach that arenow available for rentals starting May 30". Along with these new facilities comesadditional staffing needs for cleaning. Schooley provided an overview regardingemployee needs for the future. He discussed shelter reservations and cleaning days thatare scheduled throughout the year. It is becoming more and more difficult to have allshelter buildings cleaned by 8am with the number of staff we currently have. It is astaffing pressure point in the department right now. Some hours will be adjusted and wewill do our best with what we currently have budgeted. Future staffing needs will berequested as we move into budget season, focusing on LTEs when possible to keep laborexpenses low. Other areas of concern are office staff numbers. Specifically, the OfficeSupervisor/Snowmobile & ATV Coordinator position. With the addition of the ATVprogram taking off and additional office duties over the years, there may be a need foradditional staff. Motion to approve the Parks Revenue report by L. Pliml and secondby M. Hokamp. Motion carried.b. Forestry Revenue Report. F. Schubert stated February was a very good month.L. Pliml noted that he spoke with Dan from Verso Corporation and offered an unsolicitedcompliment that F. Schubert is doing an excellent job in his position. Motion toapprove the Forestry Revenue report by L. Pliml and second by B. Winch. Motioncarried.c. Wood County Forest 15-Year Comprehensive Land Use Plan - Draft Chapter 400. B.Winch had questions regarding the Town Severance Payments and the ForestryOrdinance. F. Schubert and S. Green answered Mr. Winch's questions.d. Discuss concerns from Wood County townships. C. Schooley organized a meeting withWood County staff and representatives from a few town boards. They began thediscussion regarding addressing right-of-way and clean-up duties adjacent to town roadsand county owned properties. How do we verify the clean up has been done? He willbring recommendations forward to the April meeting after all parties have a chance toreview them.10. The committee may go into closed session per Wis. Stat. s. 19.85(1) (g) to confer with counselover litigation with Members Advantage Credit Union. (9:03 am).Motion by L. Pliml and second by D. Polach. Roll call - all Yes. Motion carried.11. Return to open session at 9:28 am.12. Future Agenda Items. Bill Clendenning regarding:a. Sand Shed build would like to know more information.b. 71% street culvert that is underneath Kellner Roadc. Washington St., 90/70 grant. The County should be involved in the study.Forestry - 15-year plan. Review and discuss next drafter chapter.Parks - Towns discussion by C. Schooley.Supervisor Hokamp's last meeting / retirement.13. Set next regular meeting date: April 2, 2020 at 8:00 am at the Wood County Highway Shop, 55517" Ave North, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 5449514. Adjournment. Meeting adjourned at 9:33 am.
Minutes taken by Sandra Green, Parks & Forestry Office Supervisor
OFFICE OF
Wo O d C ounty HIGHWAY COMMISSIONWISCONSIN COMMISSIONER
April 9, 2020
To: Highway, Infrastructure & Recreation CommitteeFrom: Roland Hawk, Highway Commissioner
Subject: Commissioner Report for April 9, 2020 HIRC meeting
Department Activities
Personnel
Two truck operator positions have been filled in March. Accounting technician has submitted herresignation, the position was posted and after interviews, the position was reposted. Accountingtechnician has offered to remain as a Casual Employee until position is filled. Mechanic positionedopened in March, received only a couple mechanic applications for position, will continue posting foranother two weeks.
National Association of County Engineers (NACE) conference scheduled for April 19 - 23 has beencanceled. TDA Fly-In to Washington DC for May 18-20 has been cancelled. Flights, hotels, andreservations have been canceled or received vouchers for future travel. Non-refunded expenses will berefunded by WCHA.
Due to Covid-19 virus, personnel are practicing social distancing. Any employee who exhibitsillness/sickness are sent home to self-quarantine and/or obtain a doctor's clearance to return to work.Public notices have been shared on social media, website, and posted on doors stating Highway facilitiesare closed to non-essential business. Customers are encouraged to call or email their concerns foravailable staff to follow up.
All non-essential meetings and gatherings of 10 people or more have been canceled or postponed.
Highway Projects
Notice of award has gone out to successful bridge contractors who were low bid on CTH V and two (2)CTH N bridges. Work is expected to stay on schedule beginning after June 15.
CTH U (STH 54 - South Biron Drive) STP Urban project is scheduled for construction in 2020. WisDOTis seeking assistance from Wood County with notifying residents of upcoming construction project.Process is working and should keep project on schedule.
Highway Department has completed purchase of aggregates, secured AC for asphalts, and obtainedculverts for 2020 construction projects. New construction work expected to begin late May or early June.
Highway Commissioner has negotiated with WisDOT to provide funding to replace deficient state saltshed at the Marshfield facility in 2020-2021 FY. WisDOT has provided an offer to use unused RMAfunds from 2019-2020 contracts for Wood County forces to replace aged/undersized state salt shed. This
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work would be done in conjunction with Wood County replacing aged/deficient/under-sized County saltshed in 2021. Commissioner is seeking approval to use bonded 2021Capital Improvement Funds funds inthe amount of $350,000 to construct a County 2500 Ton Salt Shed at the Marshfield facility. HIRCapproved constructing a county shed in 2019 but the funding source was not defined. With the State MLSgrant and potential Ho-Chunk BIA Roads division grant for CTH X the Highway Department would limitthe total Bonded Capital Improvement funds for 2021 to $2,000,000 for highway improvement funds.
Patrol Superintendents have been occupied with preparing 2020 construction projects. Crews are gradingditches, cutting trees & brush from the right-of-way, performing bridge repairs, and replacing culvertswhere possible.
Crews are patching holes, filling cracks, and placing mastic on spots where pavements have beendamaged over the winter.
Highway Department has a maintenance plan in addition to the capital improvement plan, a majormaintenance practice is chip sealing. This practice has normally been used on pavements between theages of 7 and 15 years. However, since asphalt cements (AC) are so refined that these binders are leftwith very poor qualities, asphalt pavements exhibit premature aging as early as 1 - 3 years. This is whyWCH has adopted the chip seal or seal coat practice as soon as 3 year new. Recent communication fromconcerned Clark County resident providing inaccurate information is call for update on Chip Sealmanagement plan.A genda Item.
Commissioner has received a request to evaluate CTH AA from CTH G to Lynn Hill Road and CTH Xfrom STH 80 to STH 54 for ATV access. Commissioner met with representative from local ATV club todiscuss future plans and options for ATV access. Club member offered to assist with trail and signmaintenance. Commissioner was to evaluate these segments of roadway and provide recommendation atApril HIRC, however, due to recent Covid-19 work place changes, commissioner has delayed this reviewuntil the May HIRC.
Misc.
Department is working with RTVision to implement on-line permitting. Anticipate segments go live in2020, with recent work place restrictions due to Covid-19, this will be delayed until later in 2020.
Seasonal weight restriction application and permits were to be ready for on-line submittal March 1, 2020.Vender was not able to complete the set up and Department staff developed paper copies that have beenaffective. Will continue to develop on-line applications.
Department staff are working on Oversized / Overweight / Over Length/ Over Height, Utility permits,
Access Permits, and Special Events as approved by HIRC. Fee adjustments will be incorporated asapproved by HIRC.
Windshed presentation has been delayed due to Covid-19 restrictions.
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Accounting Supervisor Report
By John Peckham, Wood County Highway Department Accounting SupervisorHIRC Meeting
Revenues
Revenues are as anticipated for most areas. They are higher than anticipated for PermitRevenues due to the Department instituting Essential Services Seasonal Weight Restrictionpermits and Single/Multiple Trip Permits.
Expenses
Expenses are as anticipated in most areas.
As you would likely predict, our snow budget has taken a major hit. It will be further hit withthe taking down of snowfence.
Other
My Accounting Technician, Nancy Levy, has given her notice. She was generous enough togive us a full month but hiring takes time. We have posted the position and will have conductedseveral interview by the time of the April HIRC meeting.
Parks & Forestry Committee ReportsThursday, April 9, 2020
Director Report, by Chad Schoole
• Attended the Health Insurance Ad Hoc Committee meeting on 3/12/20.
• Responding to COVID 19 changes on a daily basis. Front desk staff are mainly working at home.FTE maintenance crews continue working in the parks getting them ready for opening.
• have included the County - Township memo outlining the ROW debris cleanup communicationprocess. This has been sent to James Patrick, Cary Township Chairman, to be distributed to othertownships for review. I will have this as an agenda item for further discussion.
• [have included the 5yr CIP summary sheet. I would like to receive input from the Committee inregards to prioritizing larger projects moving forward.
• Compiling quotes for garbage/recycling and mowing for next 3 seasons in parks.
• Most shelter reservations were cancelled in March and April once the "10 person" Covid 19guidelines came out. We will continue following recommendations as released by CDC and Stateof WI.
• Special Use Permits• Noneat this time
Construction Supervisor Report, by Dennis Quinnell
Current Projects• White Beach Remodel: We are currently working on the Women's restroom.• lam receiving quotes for the construction of the North Park wood fence and the remodeling of theWillow Run toilet remodel. I have received 2 quotes thus far.Maintenance Operations• Crews are cutting dead trees, doing trail work, repairing tables and beginning to open toilets andplumbing as they can.
Employee Matters• We have hired a Camp Ranger for Dexter Park.• We have found a volunteer for the Host position at Dexter Campground.• Weare hoping to have an employee training and spring meeting in April.• I will be needing 3 LTEs for South Park and will interview remotely.Other• Weare working on two grant applications for snowmobile bridges.• | will be setting up auctions this month for oversized logs and for other unneeded items.
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ATV
Office
Working on bridge grant information with D. Quinnell.
Sent out LTE/Ranger PAF's to HR.
Interviewed two individuals for the Camp Ranger position at Dexter with C. Schooley and D.Quinnell.
Ordered Spring Supplies for the parks for the 2020 season.
We had a special this month for "Waiving the Reservation Fee".
Updated our website, Facebook & Instagram regarding COVID19 and news release information.Worked with F. Schubert & the DNR Forestry Division for the 3-year Forestry Audit.Continuing work on Money Handling Policy for Parks & Forestry.
Working on a "Ranger Training Manual".
Working w/D. Quinnell, C. Schooley & Rangers to set up asummer work schedule.
Sent the SurveyMonkey "Forestry Survey" summary results to staff for review.
Corresponded w/new Dexter Host to complete the agreement.
Completed the first draft of the Summer Brochure and sent to Buyer's Guide.
Ordered new Gift Certificates (500) from Diamond Business Graphics.
Corresponded with the Powers Bluff Concessionaire regarding payment.
Made preparations to work from home beginning on 3/24 due to COVID19.
Worked with IT for preparations for working at home.
My WI Governor's Conference on Tourism was canceled for March due to COVID19.
My WATVA annual conference was canceled due to COVID19.
Worked on setting up file folders for the new HIRC process.
Participated in department planning for COVID19.
Set up deliver of Ranger Uniforms from CINTAS.
Began work on the 2019 Annual Report.
Met with Chad, Dennis and Fritz out at the ATV park to begin the planning process for the parkinglot that we received a DNR grant for.
Currently working from home since Monday, March 23'¢. Everything is going really well withaccess to the L: drive and email we are having absolutely no issues so far.
Routine Timber sale administration (5 active sales).
Continued writing Wood County Forest 15-Year Plan.
Drafted chapters 500 which is included in packet.
Prepared for and participated in 3-year DNR audit of Wood County Forest timber sales andprograms.
Brushing on East Hazelnut, snowmobile trail near shooting range, and County Forest site nearDexterville gas station.
Site Prep with fecon.
Hand seeded Jack pine on approximately 12 acres.
Received and read hundreds of emails and participated in department planning related COVID.
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Committee ReportCounty of Wood
Report of claims for: Highway DepartmentFor the period of: February, 2020
For the range of vouchers: 16200318 - 16200573
Voucher Vendor Name Eager)
16200318 MSA PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INC Marshfield Site Design16200319 OMNNI ASSOCIATES CTH U Design Engineering16200320 ROBERT E LEE & ASSOCIATES INC CTH Y, V, BB Pavement Probes16200321 SOLARUS Telephone - WI Rapids/Hot Mix16200322 ADVANCE JANITORIAL SERVICE & SUPPLY Carpet/Floor & Cleaning Servic16200323 AT&T-ATLANTA Telephone - Marshfield16200324 FRONTIER Telephone - Marshfield16200325 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL Fittings
16200326 MARSHFIELD UTILITIES Electric/Water/Sewer16200327 MARSHFIELD UTILITIES Electric/Water/Sewer16200328 MARSHFIELD UTILITIES Electric/Water/Sewer16200329 TOWN OF SARATOGA Bridge Aid Refund
16200330 TOWN OF AUBURNDALE Bridge Aid Refund
16200331 VILLAGE OF HEWITT Bridge Aid Refund
16200332 WATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMM Utilities - WI Rapids
16200333 WATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMM Utilities - WI Rapids
16200334 WATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMM Utilities - WI Rapids
16200335 WATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMM Utilities - Asphalt Plant16200336 WATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMM Utilities - Brine Plant
16200337 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL Fittings
16200338 ACE HARDWARE Smartflo Max Hose
16200339 ACE HARDWARE Air Filters
16200340 ACE HARDWARE Lightbulbs
16200341 ADVANCED DISPOSAL Garbage Disposal
16200342 ADVANCED DISPOSAL Garbage Disposal
16200343 APPLIED INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY Guage
16200344 APPLIED MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES & SOLUTIONS Yardmaster Hose16200345 APPLIED MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES & SOLUTIONS | Fittings16200346 APPLIED MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES & SOLUTIONS Chain, Wire Roap, Fittings
16200347 AT&T MOBILITY ITI LLC Wireless - Engineer16200348 BADGER STATE INDUSTRIES Highway Markers16200349 NORTH CENTRAL UTILITY OF WI Convex Mirrors 8"16200350 NORTH CENTRAL UTILITY OF WI Stainless Heated Mirror16200351 NORTH CENTRAL UTILITY OF WI Air Hose
Report Run: 3/25/2020 9:58:57 AM
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Doc Date
02/13/202002/18/202002/20/202002/25/202002/25/202002/21/202002/28/202002/25/202002/28/202002/28/202002/28/202002/28/202002/28/202002/28/202002/26/202002/26/202002/26/202002/26/202002/26/202002/28/202002/05/202002/12/202002/20/202002/29/202002/29/202002/26/202002/13/202002/06/202002/05/202002/16/202002/27/202002/04/202002/07/202002/10/2020
Amount Paid
$1,802.25$2,076.20$1,600.00$17.93$569.05$43.39$58.73$20.36$161.08$247.29$59.31$23,809.82$16,466.39$11,773.74$18.16$2,437.96$11.74$810.80$1,323.64($20.36)$49.56$44.97$9.99$122.07$798.93$10.20$42.99$312.04$544.90$43.50$5,409.48$68.78$49.50$20.92
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Committee Report - County of Wood
Highway Department - February, 2020 16200318 - 16200573Voucher Vendor Name Wa ee) OL 1111) Doc Date Amount Paid16200352 NORTH CENTRAL UTILITY OF WI Tire Valves 02/14/2020 $14.40 P16200353 NORTH CENTRAL UTILITY OF WI Pogo Stick, Junction Box 02/24/2020 $75.40 P16200354 NORTH CENTRAL UTILITY OF WI Airsprings, Valve 02/24/2020 $290.71 P16200355 NORTH CENTRAL UTILITY OF WI Release Tool 02/27/2020 $16.32 P16200356 NORTH CENTRAL UTILITY OF WI Fittings 02/27/2020 $57.09 P16200357 BATTERIES PLUS BULBS Lantern Batteries 02/17/2020 $174.00 P16200358 BATTERIES PLUS BULBS Lantern Batteries 02/21/2020 $116.00 P16200359 BATTERIES PLUS BULBS Recycle Service 02/25/2020 $95.20 P16200360 BAUER BUILT INC Tires 02/24/2020 $3,444.64 P16200361 BURNS INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO INC Fittings 02/11/2020 $48.73 P16200362 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Halogen Headlight 02/03/2020 $9.79 P16200363 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Battery Core Return 02/04/2020 ($22.00) P16200364 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Battery 02/04/2020 $135.89 P16200365 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Filters 02/04/2020 $41.43 P16200366 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Sunburst Yellow 02/05/2020 ($6.43) P16200367 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Sunburst Yellow 02/05/2020 $6.43 P16200368 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Nason Fill Can 02/05/2020 $22.26 P16200369 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Battery Core Credit 02/06/2020 ($22.00) P16200370 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Lube 02/06/2020 $9.64 P16200371 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Battery 02/06/2020 $135.89 P16200372 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Halogen Headlight 02/06/2020 $11.89 P16200373 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Fuse 02/07/2020 $3.49 P16200374 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Hose Clamps 02/10/2020 $13.30 P16200375 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Ignition Coil 02/11/2020 $46.73 P16200376 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil 02/12/2020 ($22.99) P16200377 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Battery Core Return 02/12/2020 ($22.00) P16200378 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Battery 02/12/2020 $135.89 P16200379 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil 02/12/2020 $22.99 P16200380 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil 02/12/2020 $22.99 P16200381 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil Filters 02/12/2020 $9.42 P16200382 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Alternator Return 02/13/2020 ($183.51) P16200383 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Wiper Blades 02/13/2020 $32.12 P16200384 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Air Filter 02/13/2020 $30.44 P16200385 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Alternator 02/13/2020 $183.51 P16200386 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Alternator 02/13/2020 $183.51 P16200387 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Wiper Blades 02/13/2020 $34.82 P16200388 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Alternator Core Return 02/14/2020 ($43.14) P16200389 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil Filter, Lube 02/14/2020 $9.01 P16200390 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Throttle Body 02/14/2020 $230.54 P16200391 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Air Filter 02/14/2020 $19.77 P16200392 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Hydraulic Element Return 02/17/2020 ($56.70) P16200393 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Fuel Filter 02/17/2020 $22.04 P16200394 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Lube, Air Filters 02/17/2020 $181.80 P16200395 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Lube, Filters, Hyd. Element 02/18/2020 $228.81 PReport Run: 3/25/2020 9:58:57 AM Page 2 of 7
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Committee Report - County of Wood
Highway Department - February, 2020 16200318 - 16200573Voucher Vendor Name Wa ee) OL 1111) Doc Date Amount Paid16200396 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Canister Purge Solenoid 02/19/2020 $19.49 P16200397 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Fittings 02/20/2020 $51.55 P16200398 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS ABS Speed Sensor 02/21/2020 ($78.39) P16200399 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Wheel Nuts 02/21/2020 $33.90 P16200400 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil Filters 02/21/2020 $9.42 P16200401 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil 02/21/2020 $47.82 P16200402 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Batteries 02/24/2020 $113.89 P16200403 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil Filters 02/24/2020 $6.28 P16200404 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Air Filter 02/24/2020 $9.44 P16200405 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil 02/25/2020 $71.73 P16200406 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Oil/Air Filters 02/26/2020 $44.88 P16200407 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Lug Nut, Wheel Stud 02/26/2020 $6.52 P16200408 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Batteries 02/26/2020 $227.78 P16200409 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Gorilla Tape 02/26/2020 $15.58 P16200410 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Ball Joints 02/27/2020 $236.63 P16200411 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Filters, Lube 02/27/2020 $92.28 P16200412 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Lube, Filters 02/27/2020 $149.39 P16200413 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS JB Kwik 02/28/2020 $12.86 P16200414 CHILI IMPLEMENT CO Parts 02/15/2020 $120.14 P16200415 DIAMOND MOWERS FBC Center Planer 02/07/2020 $419.48 P16200416 DICKE TOOL COMPANY Signs 02/11/2020 $10,077.79 P16200417 DOORWORKS INC Service Call/Repair 02/19/2020 $747.00 P16200418 FARRELL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO Vari-Cut Diamond Blade 02/10/2020 $799.90 P16200419 FASTENAL COMPANY Fittings 02/04/2020 $127.92 P16200420 FASTENAL COMPANY Parts 02/11/2020 $35.49 P16200421 FASTENAL COMPANY Ear Plugs, Gloves, Wipes 02/18/2020 $117.68 P16200422 FASTENAL COMPANY Safety Glasses 02/25/2020 $40.60 P16200423 FLEETPRIDE Parts 02/06/2020 $511.06 P16200424 CINTAS CORPORATION Cleaning Rugs/Uniforms - Mfld 02/03/2020 $254.13 P16200425 CINTAS CORPORATION Cleaning Rugs/Uniforms - Mfld 02/10/2020 $238.13 P16200426 CINTAS CORPORATION Cleaning Rugs/Uniforms - Mfld 02/17/2020 $254.13 P16200427 CINTAS CORPORATION Cleaning Rugs/Uniforms - Mfld 02/24/2020 $301.22 P16200428 CINTAS CORPORATION Cleaning Rugs/Uniforms - WR 02/05/2020 $657.66 P16200429 CINTAS CORPORATION Cleaning Rugs/Uniforms - WR 02/12/2020 $654.54 P16200430 CINTAS CORPORATION Cleaning Rugs/Uniforms - WR 02/19/2020 $720.75 P16200431 CINTAS CORPORATION Cleaning Rugs/Uniforms - WR 02/26/2020 $654.54 P16200432 HAAS BUILDER SUPPLY Lumber 02/14/2020 $183.60 P16200433 HALRON LUBRICANTS INC Lube 02/06/2020 $1,033.00 P16200434 HALRON LUBRICANTS INC Windshield Wash 02/13/2020 $118.67 P16200435 HALRON LUBRICANTS INC Multi-Purpose Lubricant 02/13/2020 $121.42 P16200436 HALRON LUBRICANTS INC Oil 02/19/2020 $419.50 P16200437 HALRON LUBRICANTS INC Hydraulic Fluid 02/20/2020 $848.00 P16200438 INSIGHT FS LP Gas 02/28/2020 $125.14 P16200439 JAMAR TECHNOLOGIES INC GPS Based Distance Measurer 02/18/2020 $920.71 PReport Run: 3/25/2020 9:58:57 AM Page 3 of 7
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Highway Department - February, 2020 16200318 - 16200573Voucher Vendor Name Wa ee) OL 1111) Doc Date Amount Paid16200440 JFTCO INC Parts 02/05/2020 $8.68 P16200441 JFTCO INC Lamp GP - Sign 02/06/2020 $15.83 P16200442 JFTCO INC Freight 02/06/2020 $14.18 P16200443 JFTCO INC Lamp GP - Sign 02/06/2020 $15.83 P16200444 JFTCO INC Mirror 02/07/2020 $164.68 P16200445 JFTCO INC Injector GP 02/24/2020 $4,466.76 P16200446 JFTCO INC Injector GP 02/24/2020 $4,466.76 P16200447 K & S FUEL INJECTION INC Engine Overhaul Kit 02/24/2020 $925.00 P16200448 LOW VOLTAGE SOLUTIONS LLC #3280 - Install Lighting 02/18/2020 $1,138.23 P16200449 LOW VOLTAGE SOLUTIONS LLC #3281 - Install Lighting 02/18/2020 $1,147.15 P16200450 MID-STATE TRUCK SERVICE INC Hose 02/03/2020 $38.56 P16200451 MID-STATE TRUCK SERVICE INC Exhaust 02/05/2020 $29.19 P16200452 MID-STATE TRUCK SERVICE INC Doser Valve 02/10/2020 $370.22 P16200453 MID-STATE TRUCK SERVICE INC Muffler 02/13/2020 $238.27 P16200454 MID-STATE TRUCK SERVICE INC Tail Light 02/21/2020 $58.31 P16200455 MID-STATE TRUCK SERVICE INC Shock Absorbers 02/24/2020 $209.31 P16200456 MID-STATE TRUCK SERVICE INC Compressor 02/26/2020 $880.79 P16200457 MID-STATE TRUCK SERVICE INC Core Return - Compressor 02/26/2020 ($400.00) P16200458 MID-STATES EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY Router Pins/Router Bits 02/11/2020 $2,908.50 P16200459 MISSISSIPPI WELDERS SUPPLY CO INC Cubitron 02/14/2020 $40.44 P16200460 MISSISSIPPI WELDERS SUPPLY CO INC Oxygen, Propylene 02/14/2020 $191.84 P16200461 MISSISSIPPI WELDERS SUPPLY CO INC Oxygen 02/17/2020 $104.84 P16200462 MISSISSIPPI WELDERS SUPPLY CO INC Cylinder Rental 02/20/2020 $185.75 P16200463 MISSISSIPPI WELDERS SUPPLY CO INC Propylene 02/21/2020 $374.50 P16200464 MISSISSIPPI WELDERS SUPPLY CO INC Oxygen 02/28/2020 $118.14 P16200465 MONROE TRUCK EQUIPMENT Cutting Edge 02/19/2020 $998.10 P16200466 MONROE TRUCK EQUIPMENT Angle Cylinder 02/21/2020 $667.68 P16200467 NAPA CENTRAL WI AUTO PARTS Oil 02/06/2020 $46.32 P16200468 NAPA CENTRAL WI AUTO PARTS Spark Plugs 02/12/2020 $68.30 P16200469 NAPA CENTRAL WI AUTO PARTS Oil Filters 02/12/2020 $123.12 P16200470 NAPA CENTRAL WI AUTO PARTS Pedal Sensor 02/19/2020 $170.25 P16200471 NAPA CENTRAL WI AUTO PARTS Car Wash 02/19/2020 $45.54 P16200472 NAPA CENTRAL WI AUTO PARTS Lube 02/20/2020 $32.28 P16200473 NAPA CENTRAL WI AUTO PARTS Return Pedal Sensor 02/20/2020 ($170.25) P16200474 NAPA CENTRAL WI AUTO PARTS Switch 02/21/2020 $7.60 P16200475 NEKOOSA CORPORATION Guard Rail Cable 02/29/2020 $701.00 P16200476 NIEMAN'S SERVICE INC Tow 02/13/2020 $75.00 P16200477 POMP'S TIRE SERVICE INC - GREEN BAY Flap for Split Rim 02/07/2020 $7.50 P16200478 POMP'S TIRE SERVICE INC - GREEN BAY Tire 02/25/2020 $177.74 P16200479 PRECISE MRM LLC Flat PlanUSA&GPRS NAF&Software 02/28/2020 $648.00 P16200480 PRECISE MRM LLC ARC Wireless Sensor w/Display 02/14/2020 $802.82 P16200481 PROVISION PARTNERS Diesel Fuel & Gasoline 02/29/2020 $30,714.08 P16200482 QUALITY ROOFING INC Service Call 02/07/2020 $112.50 P16200483 RAPIDS RENTAL & SUPPLY Small Tools 02/12/2020 $39.39 PReport Run: 3/25/2020 9:58:57 AM Page 4 of 7
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Highway Department - February, 2020 16200318 - 16200573Voucher Vendor Name Wa ee) OL 1111) Doc Date Amount Paid16200484 ROLAND MACHINERY EXCHANGE Filter Insert 02/18/2020 $151.25 P16200485 ROLAND MACHINERY EXCHANGE Toothed Belt 02/27/2020 $404.41 P16200486 RUBBER INC TMPS Smart One Sensor 02/01/2020 $160.61 P16200487 RUBBER INC Omega Hydraulic Unit 02/04/2020 $453.84 P16200488 SCAFFIDI TRUCK CENTER Cover 02/18/2020 $12.65 P16200489 SCAFFIDI TRUCK CENTER Shock Absorbers, Brake Drum 02/19/2020 $1,053.80 P16200490 SCAFFIDI TRUCK CENTER Hose 02/19/2020 ($16.21) P16200491 SCAFFIDI TRUCK CENTER Drum 02/20/2020 $538.40 P16200492 SCAFFIDI TRUCK CENTER Connector 02/20/2020 $7.11 P16200493 SCAFFIDI TRUCK CENTER Core Return 02/22/2020 ($200.00) P16200494 SCAFFIDI TRUCK CENTER Service, Alignment 02/26/2020 $640.80 P16200495 STAINLESS & REPAIR INC Feed Back Sensor 02/06/2020 $208.79 P16200496 STAINLESS & REPAIR INC Moboard Cylinder 02/06/2020 $635.96 P16200497 STAINLESS & REPAIR INC Four Way Valve - Neff 02/10/2020 $103.02 P16200498 STERLING WATER INC Water for Hot Mix 02/29/2020 $9.55 P16200499 TAPCO INC Traffic Signs Poster 02/18/2020 $54.16 P16200500 TEAM MATTHEWS Tire 02/26/2020 $80.00 P16200501 TOOL SHED Tube Brush/Wire Brush 02/28/2020 $19.90 P16200502 TOTAL FIRST AID & SAFETY LLC Supplies 02/13/2020 $21.37 P16200503 TOTAL FIRST AID & SAFETY LLC Supplies 02/13/2020 $44.92 P16200504 TRUCK COUNTRY OF WISCONSIN Water Supply Valve 02/03/2020 $55.50 P16200505 V &H AUTOMOTIVE Pedal 02/19/2020 $179.13 P16200506 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Hose 02/03/2020 $75.04 P16200507 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Nylon Reinforced Tube 02/03/2020 $206.40 P16200508 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Turbo GP 02/03/2020 ($695.28) P16200509 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Electronic Control Unit 02/04/2020 $619.30 P16200510 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER EGR Valves, Fittings, Seal 02/03/2020 $647.72 P16200511 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Inlet Catalyst Module 02/05/2020 $5,434.74 P16200512 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Outlet Module 02/05/2020 $1,177.97 P16200513 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Alternator 02/04/2020 $216.31 P16200514 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Cap Screw 02/04/2020 $0.14 P16200515 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Clutch Repair Kit 02/06/2020 $86.78 P16200516 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Module-CHM, Full, V4.21 02/07/2020 $389.76 P16200517 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Speed Sensor 02/06/2020 $12.79 P16200518 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Rear Bearing Seal 02/07/2020 $58.40 P16200519 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Air Suspension Valve 02/07/2020 $48.58 P16200520 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Yoke - 1810 Half Round 02/10/2020 $176.50 P16200521 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Exhaust Rcn Valve Kit 02/11/2020 $685.64 P16200522 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Linkage Assy, Wiper Motor Assy 02/10/2020 $243.82 P16200523 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Gaskets 02/10/2020 $18.90 P16200524 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Config - PNDB 02/10/2020 $238.38 P16200525 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Lamp-Stop/TL/Backup 02/10/2020 $48.60 P16200526 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Lamp-Stop/TL/Backup 02/11/2020 $24.30 P16200527 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Rotor Assy, Bearing Cover 02/12/2020 $205.30 PReport Run: 3/25/2020 9:58:57 AM Page 5 of 7
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Committee Report - County of Wood
Highway Department - February, 2020 16200318 - 16200573Voucher Vendor Name Wa ee) OL 1111) Doc Date Amount Paid16200528 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Clamps 02/12/2020 $136.54 P16200529 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Exhaust Pipe Tube 02/14/2020 $455.71 P16200530 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Muffler Exhaust Pipe 02/25/2020 $255.00 P16200531 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Hose, Elbow, Fittings 02/12/2020 $132.03 P16200532 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Power Steering Reservoir 02/12/2020 $113.61 P16200533 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Aluminum Tubing 02/12/2020 $29.85 P16200534 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Exhaust RCN Valve Kit 02/19/2020 $685.64 P16200535 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Filter Insert 02/18/2020 $112.09 P16200536 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Filter Insert 02/19/2020 $224.18 P16200537 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Batteries 02/19/2020 $493.56 P16200538 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Window Washer Nozzle 02/19/2020 $55.28 P16200539 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Sensor 02/28/2020 $169.82 P16200540 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Batteries 02/19/2020 $228.22 P16200541 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Rear Spring Assembly 02/20/2020 $1,196.14 P16200542 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Water Supply Valve 02/21/2020 $58.23 P16200543 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Spring 02/20/2020 $281.40 P16200544 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER EGR Valve 02/05/2020 ($172.50) P16200545 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Speed Sensor Kit 02/07/2020 ($36.22) P16200546 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Modules 02/13/2020 ($1,061.66) P16200547 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Exhaust Rcn Valve Kit 02/24/2020 ($66.13) P16200548 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Rear Bearing Seal 02/14/2020 ($28.13) P16200549 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Batteries - Core Return 02/20/2020 ($93.15) P16200550 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Batteries - Core Return 02/21/2020 ($62.10) P16200551 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Turbo GP 02/24/2020 ($813.13) P16200552 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Exhaust Ren Kit - Core 02/24/2020 ($66.13) P16200553 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Turn Signal Switch 02/27/2020 $42.85 P16200554 ISTATE TRUCK CENTER Service Call 02/06/2020 $572.77 P16200555 WHEELERS OF WISCONSIN RAPIDS Block 02/06/2020 $64.26 P16200556 WISCONSIN VALLEY BUILDING PRODUCTS Chapin Sprayer 02/07/2020 $108.00 P16200557 WISCONSIN METALS Blacksmith Steel 02/05/2020 $346.50 P16200558 WISCONSIN METALS Blacksmith Steel 02/12/2020 $675.00 P16200559 WI DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION - BFS Project Costs - CTH H 03/02/2020 $3,831.87 P16200560 WE ENERGIES Natural Gas - Brine Plant 03/03/2020 $86.40 P16200561 WE ENERGIES Natural Gas - WI Rapids 03/03/2020 $2,317.89 P16200562 WE ENERGIES Natural Gas - WI Rapids 03/03/2020 $123.52 P16200563 US BANK Procurement Card Purchases 03/16/2020 $1,041.88
16200564 HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERV (Highway) Flood Light, Small Tools 03/05/2020 $156.16 P16200565 JFTCO INC Loader Rental 03/11/2020 $2,500.00 P16200566 PECKHAM JOHN Petty Cash Reimbursement 03/16/2020 $78.66 P16200567 UW - LA CROSSE T - Port Edwards Lynn Hill Rd. 03/11/2020 $3,696.45 P16200568 WATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMM Utilities - Hot Mix Plant 03/12/2020 $106.64 P16200569 WE ENERGIES Natural Gas - Marshfield 03/10/2020 $892.30 P16200570 WE ENERGIES Natural Gas - Asphalt Plant 03/06/2020 $493.00 P16200571 MID-STATE UPHOLSTERY & CANVAS Repair Signs 02/29/2020 $150.00 PReport Run: 3/25/2020 9:58:57 AM Page 6 of 7
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Committee Report - County of WoodHighway Department - February, 2020
Voucher Vendor Name Nature of Claim16200572 TRITZ FOREST PRODUCTS LLC Lumber16200573 WISCONSIN MEDIA Legal NoticesGrand Total:SignaturesCommittee Chair:Committee Member: Committee Member:Committee Member: Committee Member:Committee Member: Committee Member:
Committee Member: Committee Member:
Report Run: 3/25/2020 9:58:57 AM
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Doc Date
02/26/202002/29/2020
16200318 - 16200573
Amount Paid
$60.00 P$333.80 P
$185,550.56Page 7 of 7
212001092120011021200111212001122120011321200114212001152120011621200117212001182120011921200120212001212120012221200123212001242120012521200126212001272120012821200129212001302120013121200132212001332120013421200135212001362120013721200138212001392120014021200141212001422120014321200144212001452120014621200147
Report of claims for:
Committee ReportCounty of Wood
PARKS & FORESTRY DEPT.
For the range of vouchers: 21200109 - 21200206
MENARDS-MARSHFIELD
METCALF LUMBER
SHAWN DUPEE CONSTRUCTION LLCTIM'S SHARPENING SERVICE
US BANK
DUVALL HEATING AND HYDRONICS LLC
ACE HARDWARE
ACE HARDWARE
ACE HARDWARE
RAPIDS RENTAL & SUPPLY
WATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWATER WORKS & LIGHTING COMMWE ENERGIES
ADVANCED DISPOSAL
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&d.
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&E
ALLIANT ENERGY/ WP&L
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICESAMAZON CAPITAL SERVICESAMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES
BUDS CORNER MART
HILLER'S TRUE VALUE HARDWARE
Tractor Items-DPShower Benches, Janitorial-NPWhite Beach Table Lumber
Ballast-Cranberry & Marsh Rds,-Forestry
Sharpening Saw Blade-SPLeadership Conf. Fees & Room-ChadFirewood Processing at DPNepco Shelter SuppliesTruck Key
Shop Supplies-SP
Chainsaw Supplies-SPElectric Service far SPElectric Service for SPElectric Service for SPElectric Service for SPElectric Service for SPElectric Service for SPElectric Service for SPFlectric Service for SPElectric Service for RSBP-SPElectric Service for SPElectric Service for SP
Gas Service for SP
Garbage Service for ParksElectric Service at ATV ParkElectric Service at PBElectric Service -Nepco ShelterElectric Service for NP ShopElectric Service-NP ShowersElectric Service for NPElectric Service for NPElectric Service-NP ShowersElectric Service - NP ShelterElectric Service-NP CabinElectric Service for NP
Dam Supplies for DP
Seat Covers for TrucksDisplays Boards-White BeachGas for #557-SP
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02/26/202002/26/202002/26/202002/26/202002/26/202002/26/202002/27/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/04/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/2020
$46.98$147.61$189.20$400.00$39.00$673.00$3,791.25$8.99$4.49$98.47$35.95$126.91$173.20$28.09$159.44$10.30$20.02$260.95$10.30$36.15$10.30$22.71$9.57$975.00$31.87$515.26$209.15$94.17$16.12$16.12$16.12$16.12$16.12$111.16$16.12$82.68$99.98$285.70$53.07
PARKS & FORESTRY DEPT. - MARCH
(APRIL HIRC)21200148 BUDS CORNER MART
21200149 BUDS CORNER MART
21200150 BUDS CORNER MART
21200151 BUDS CORNER MART
21200152 DONAHUE SUPER SPORTS INC21200153 INSIGHT FS
21200154 INSIGHT FS
21200155 INSIGHT FS
21200156 INSIGHT FS
21200157 INSIGHT FS
21200158 KASSBOHRER ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES INC21200159 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200160 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200161 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200162 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200163 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200164 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200165 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200166 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200167 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200168 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200169 LAKESIDE OASES LLC
21200170 LAKESIDE OASIS LLC
21200171 MID-STATE UPHOLSTERY & CANVAS21200172 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200173 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200174 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200175 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200176 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200177 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200178 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200179 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200180 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200181 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200182 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200183 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200184 OAKDALE ELECTRIC CO
21200185 OFFICE DEPOT
21200186 POMP'S TIRE SERVICE INC ~ GREEN BAY21200187 POWER PAC INC
21200188 POWER PAC INC
21200189 POWER PAC INC
21200190 PROVISION PARTNERS
21200191 PROVISION PARTNERS
21200192 PROVISION PARTNERS
21200193 SCHIERI. TIRE & SERVICE CENTER21200194 SCHIERL TIRE & SERVICE CENTER21200195 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES
Gas for #598-SP
Gas for #598-SP
Gas for #598-SP
Gas for #598-SP
Battery for ATV #541
Diesel for NP
Gasoline for NP
LP for PB
LP for Nepco
Diesel for SP
Sprockets for Pisten BullyGas for #757-Forestry
Gas for #569-Forestry
Gas for #545-DP
Gas for #757-Forastry
Gas for #569-Forestry
Gas for #757-Forestry
Gas for #545
Gas for #757-Forestry
Gas for #757-Forestry
Gas for #759-DP
Gas for #545-DP
Gas for #757-Forestry
Seat Repair-2012 Dodge RamElectric Service-DP Bath HouseFlectric Service for DPFlectric Service for DP DamElectric Service-DP Loop 3Electric Service-DP ShelterElectric Service-DP Loop 2Electric Service-DP Lake RoadElectric Service-DP OverflowElectric Service-DP Loop 1Electric Service for DPElectric Service for DP OfficeElectric Service for DP Loop 3Electric Service for DP ShapOffice Supplies
Tire Repair w/Tube for BackhoeBlower for Tractor-DP
Filters for Tractor-DPCylinder for GMC Canyon-DPGas for #569-Forestry
Gas for ATV-Forestry
Gas for #569-ForestryTractor Tire Repairs-SPTractor Tire Repairs-SPMotion Sensor-WB Shelter
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03/12/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/12/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/11/202003/18/2020
$57.34$44.75$48.05$47.50$106.95$342.55$638.31$274.95$240.42$257.88$1,792.30$38.87$55.88$47.78$36.24$59.49$41.32$62.92$34.19$37.74$29.60$59.75$34.31$225.00$30.90$30.90$117.10$30.90$56.98$30.90$38.90$37.11$30.90$30,90$145.07$30,90$269.35$76.96$211.77$175.95$103.52$70.20$61.60$22.58$52.78$26.00$34.00$15:58
Maan
21200109 - 21200206
PARKS & FORESTRY DEPT. - MARCH 21200109 - 21200206(APRIL HIRC)
21200196 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Battery for F350 Truck-NP 03/18/2020 $166.48 P21200197 DUVALL HEATING AND HYDRONICS LLC Firewood Processing at NP 03/18/2020 $2,113.30 P21200198 GRIFFITH STATE NURSERY Maple & Spruce Seedlings-Parks 03/18/2020 $240.00 P21200199 HACKBARTH ALANA Nepco Shelter Cancellation 03/18/2020 $425.00 P21200200 HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERV (Parks) White Beach Items & Park Supplies 03/18/2020 $726.36 P21200201 NATIONAL MOTORSPORTS SERVICES INC ATY Trail Map Advertising 03/18/2020 $150.00 P21200202 NORTHERN SAFETY CO INC Janitortal Supplies for Parks 03/18/2020 $306.03 P21200203 SCHWAAB INC Office Stamper for 2020 03/18/2020 $43.74 P21200204 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Office Supplles 03/18/2020 $9.48 Pp21200205 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Office Supplies 03/18/2020 $13.99 P21200206 US BANK Nepco Mats, Beach Rope, Table Repair 03/18/2020 $791.80
Grand Total: $20,189.63
Signatures
Cammittee Chair:Committee Member: Committee Member:Committee Member: Committee Member:Committee Member: Committee Member:
Committee Member: Committee Member:
i) 01/22/2020 01/24/2020
2)
/ Posting'Trans Date. Date
| Name 22: State/Province. Number {TIN} Amount. Type | Purchase ID
O207/2020 2/10/2020 370894 7011
370892 8699 MEMBERSHID -ORGANIZATIONSOTHER HOTELS
WISCONSIN PARK AND wi 287110850 «$$ «449.00 Memo -- ccnono0ns13R3748
RECREAWATERFRONT HOTEL & Wi 900719123 224.00 Memo 142925
Subtotals for Bank: 3757 Agent: $133 Company: 24857 Division:
Number of Records:
Total: Department 2101
2
ODeparfment: 2104
Trans Status
Not Reviewed
Not Reviewed
Disputed Status
No
No
; PostingTrans Date Date
Name: PARKSFORESTRY DEPT Account Number: WM Optional 4: Optional 2
) 03/13/2020 03/16/2020
MccG
Code -..
370808
370908
370908
370892370901
$411
5331
§085
5085
S712
MerchantCategory CodeDescription
GROCERYSTORES, SUPERMARKVARIETY STORES
WHOLSALE INDUST SUPPWHCLSALE INDUST SUPPPROFESSIONAL SERVICES
HOMEFURNITURE/EQUIPMENT
Number of Records:
Total: Department 2101
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County of Wood, WiReport Date: 03/17/2020
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WOOD COUNTY PARKS & FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
REVENUE SUMMARY 202046721 pane YTD REVENUE YTD REVENUE MARCH REV MARCH REV ACTUAL REVREVENUES SOURCE 2020 2019 2020 2019 2019$ 290,000.00 , $10 Resv. Fee+/$18/$21/$23/$26/$33 $53,046.34 | $ 58,743.12 $10,399.40 | $ 18,956.96 |$ 278,508.81Cash/Check) All site types.$76,893.84$25,949.36$5,058.30$1,530.81$630.33$742.65Parties, Rentals & Concessions
$2,046.16$4,004.17$1,758.89$19,828.58$495.00[$50,000.00 tC Cid] $RC $107,753.32] $103,027.05 $29,362.02 | $513,633.18
Misc. *PB Land Rental, General Donations, Hay Cutting, Scrap Metal, Cost of replacement of damaged materials in campgrounds (firepits), etc. Po
Inf ti | ly.$ 5,000.00 | Powers Bluff Project Donations Non-Lapsing q PASH/CHECKIPAYEAL y $1,270.00 S 425.11 $0.00 S 45.11] $ 1,711.11
46813 - Timber Sales & Wood Cutting385,000.00 . CONTRACTED 138,539.3 111,112. 91,813.42 3,949.82 259,456.44New Line / 2020 Auctions - Non-Lapsing WI Surplus $0.00 $0.00 S -
What's New 2020: Added the White Sands Shelters under OPEN Shelters.Added a Gift Certificate line to track how much we sell each year. This revenue was listed under "Misc" in the past.Added an Auction Line.TRIP or NSF reimbursements are not included on the RR due to being included earlier date and already taxed.
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FOREST ADMINISTRATORREVENUE REPORT & TIMBER SALE BALANCESMar-20
AMOUNT AMOUNTCONTRACT CONTRACT CONTRACT $ RECEIVED BILLED TO RCVD TO ENDINGAWARD AWARD EXPIRATION CURRENT DATE DATE MONTHCONTRACT TRACT CONTRACTOR AMOUNT DATE DATE MONTH CURRENT YR CURRENT YR BALANCE
SCHREINER 47,060.00 10/03/13 03/31/201
| 1413 | FUTUREWOOD | _28.856.00_| o6/0s/i4_| 033/20 | = S| S000 =| 80.00 id $.0.00| 815 | THURS LOGGING | 23,936.00 | owo7e | 03/320 | SCT SC 83.7.68 | 83,417.68 | _ $0.00$14,527.19| 5-16 | FUTUREWOOD | 18,522.10 | 1006/16 | 123120 =| | 0.00 | 80.00 $0.00D. 638.D :Y
FUTUREWOO 33,638.00 10/06/16 12/31/20 ee ee ee $0.00 $0.00
-1613-16 $638.45_|cR| 417 | FuruREwoop | 1443160 | /iai7 | 123120 ~~ | | 80.00 | 80.00 80.00| 6-17 | FuTUREwoop | 14.091.00 | us7i7_| 123120 | | S.00 | 80.00 80.00| 217 | FUTUREWOOD | 16,850.05 | omowis | ovo | CC 823,420.66 | $23,420.66 _| $0.00 _|| 7-17 | YODERLOGGING | 6,120.00__| o7owis | _owoi0_ | | S800 | 80.00 i _-80.00| 2-18 | WIITALA & VOZKA | 37,800.04 | ono7is | ooo | S| 0.00 | 80.00 $0.00 _|
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YODER LOGGING | _ 64,671.00 07/07/18 07/01/21 $24,445.67 $37,862.97 $29,441.11 | -$8,421.86
| 10-18 | FUTUREWOOD | 15,998.00 | 032019 | owt | 81,553.73 | $1,553.73 | $0.00 _|| i-i9 | KOERNER | __ 38,680.50 | 03/2019 | ogi | | S000 |S 80.00 $0.00$0.008186.64 | 8904.97
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KOERNER 22,990.00 03/29/19 04/01/21 ftir gs $0.00 $0.00
755 FIREWOOD pCi 250.00Payments Received This Month: $102,014.91 (30,410.16)2020 Budgeted Total Revenues $385,000 Jobs Finished2020 Total County Forestry Revenues this month (90%) $ 91,813.422020 Total Township Revenues this monthe (10%): $10,201.49 Jobs Continuing
Jobs Gone Inactive
2020 TOTAL GROSS FORESTRY REVENUE TO DATE: §$ 138,539.38
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4/1/2020 County of WoodDETAILED INCOME STATEMENT W/SUBTOTALSHighway DepartmentwideThursday, April 30, 20202020Actual Budget Variance Variance %REVENUESIntergovernmental Revenues43531 State Aid-Transportation $630,897.20 $2,194,425.00 ($1,563,527.80) (71.25%)43534 State Aid-LRIP 218,258.00 218,258.00 100.00%Total Intergovernmental 630,897.20 2,412,683.00 (1,781,785.80) (73.85%)Licenses and Permits44101 Utility Permits 4,675.00 1,050.00 3,625.00 345.24%44102 Driveway Permits 40.00 860.00 (820.00) (95.35%)44260 Moving Permits 150.00 1,025.00 (875.00) (85.37%)Total Licenses and Permits 4,865.00 2,935.00 1,930.00 65.76%Intergovernmental Charges for Services47230 State Charges 337,109.61 1,702,757.00 (1,365,647.39) (80.20%)47231 State Charges-Highway 97,170.50 232,838.00 (135,667.50) (58.27%)47300 Local Gov Chgs 65,854.50 594,327.00 (528,472.50) (88.92%)47330 Local Gov Chgs-Transp 95,201.12 1,277 ,200.00 (1,181,998.88) (92.55%)47332 Local Gov Chgs-Roads 420,187.00 (420,187.00) (100.00%)47333 Local Gov Chgs-Bridges (11,773.74) 78,103.00 (89,876.74) (115.07%)Total Charges to Other Governments 583,561.99 4,305,412.00 3,721,850.01 86.45%Interdepartmental Charges for Services47470 Dept Charges-Highway 12,609.43 2,169,804.00 2,157,194.57 99.42%Total Interdepartmental Charges 12,609.43 2,169,804.00 (2,157,194.57) (99.42%)Total Intergovernmental Charges for Services 596,171.42 6,475,216.00 5,879,044.58 90.79%Miscellaneous48300 Gain/Loss-Sale of Property 185,060.00 185,060.00 0.00%48340 Gain/Loss-Sale of Salvage and Waste 2,358.15 6,700.00 (4,341.85) (64.80%)Total Miscellaneous 187,418.15 6,700.00 180,718.15 2,697.29%Other Financing Sources49110 Proceeds from Long-Term Debt 2,300,000.00 2,300,000.00 100.00%Total Other Financing Sources 2,300,000.00 (2,300,000.00) (100.00%)TOTAL REVENUES 1,419,351.77 11,197,534.00 9,778,182.23 87.32%EXPENDITURESPublic Works-Highway53110 Hwy-Administration 87,094.75 351,879.80 264,785.05 75.25%53120 Hwy-Engineer 52,015.24 254,866.05 202,850.81 79.59%53191 Hwy-Other Administration 93,264.52 335,532.33 242,267.81 72.20%53210 Hwy-Employee Taxes & Benefits (759,560.37) 1,753,982.36 2,513,542.73 143.30%53220 Hwy-Field Tools 11,977.34 (1,839.92) (13,817.26) 750.97%53230 Hwy-Shop Operations 73,739.66 247,343.16 173,603.50 70.19%53232 Hwy-Fuel Handling (3,458.80) (23,105.00) (19,646.20) 85.03%53240 Hwy-Machinery Operations (241,246.92) 92,274.18 333,521.10 361.45%53260 Hwy-Bituminous Ops 6,655.58 230,793.04 224,137.46 97.12%53262 Hwy-Bituminous Ops 364.06 (364.06) 0.00%53266 Hwy-Bituminous Ops 678.88 1,856,661.62 1,855,982.74 99.96%53270 Hwy-Buildings & Grounds 52,498.50 181,404.12 128,905.62 71.06%53290 Hwy-Salt Brine Operations 2,747.08 (2,747.08) 0.00%53291 Hwy-Salt Brine Operations (26,176.04) 150.00 26,326.04 17,550.69%53310 Hwy-Maintenance CTHS 21,950.55 21,950.55 100.00%53311 Hwy-Maint CTHS Patrol Sectn 379,292.09 1,907,786.45 1,528,494.36 80.12%53312 Hwy-Snow Remov 489,528.90 802,481.54 312,952.64 39.00%53313 Hwy-Maintenance Gang 13,296.19 103,111.16 89,814.97 87.10%53314 Hwy-Maint Gang-Materials 1,916.20 2,900.00 983.80 33.92%53320 Hwy-Maint STHS 400,911.99 1,442,910.19 1,041 ,998.20 72.22%53330 Hwy-Local Roads 123,179.61 1,195,139.14 1,071,959.53 89.69%53340 Hwy-County-Aid Road Construction 456,930.91 456,930.91 100.00%53341 Hwy-County-Aid Bridge Construction 131,193.61 131,193.61 100.00%53490 Hwy-State & Local Other Services 68,829.27 555,188.46 486,359.19 87.60%Total Public Works-Highway 827,547.73 11,899,533.75 11,071,986.02 93.05%Capital Outlay57310 Highway Capital Projects 29,375.82 2,132,862.32 2,103,486.50 98.62%Total Capital Outlay 29,375.82 2,132,862.32 2,103,486.50 98.62%TOTAL EXPENDITURES 856,923.55 14,032,396.07 13,175,472.52 93.89%NET INCOME (LOSS) * 562,428.22 2,834 ,862.07 3,397 ,290.29 119.84%
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GSB 88 Seal Coat Bids2020 SeasonOpening: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Fahrner Asphalt
44,000 Square YardsPer Square Yard Price: $1.08Total Bid: $47,520.00 $42,240.00
CTH N GSB88 SealCoat
Per Square Yard Price: $1.08Total Bid: $20,304.00 $18,048.00
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Products Made from a Barrel of Crude Oil
Typical Products Made froma42-Gallon Barrel of RefinedCrude Oil
3% Asphalt---------- 4.05 Liquefied Petroleum10% Jet Fuel
18% Other Products
23% Diesel Fuel & Heating Oil
m= AI Gasoline
PG 58-28 is designed for a pavement to have a maximum 7 day temperature of 58°C (136°F) andaminimum pavement design temperature of -28°C (-18°F).
Superpave Asphalt Binder Specification yX
asphalt institute
Grading System Basedon Climate
PG 58-22
Performance Average 7-day Min pavementGrade max pavement design tempdesign temp
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NATIONAL COOPERATIVE HIGHWAY RESEARCH PROGRAM
Chip Seal Best Practices
A Synthesis of Highway Practice
andDAVID MB. JAMESUniversity of Oklahoma
A chip seal is a frequently used PM treatment on flexible pavements. It must berecognized that successful chip seals are a function of their application on underlyingpavements that have not suffered structural failure. To achieve the pavementpreservation benefits of a chip seal, an agency must apply it on roadway surfaces whenthe level of pavement distress is low. Thus, pavement selection becomes the first and
perhaps the most critical factor in an agency's chip seal program.
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WOOD COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTCAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025DESCRIPTION: ESTIMATED COST ESTIMATED COST ESTIMATED COST ESTIMATED COST ESTIMATED COST ESTIMATED COST
SHOP TRUCK $ 150,000.00TWO (2) PATROL TRUCKS 500,000.00ENDLOADER 200,000.00WISCONSIN RAPIDS SHOP SCALE 75,000.00
PAVING ROLLER (SMALL) $ 80,000.00TWO (2) PATROL TRUCKS 500,000.00SMALL LOADER 150,000.00GRADER 200,000.00TAR POT - RUBBER 75,000.00
PAVING ROLLER (BIG) § 125,000.00MOVING TRUCK 130,000.00CHIPPER 70,000.00(2) ROUTERS 40,000.00QUAD AXLE TRUCK 150,000.00FORK-LIFT 50,000.00
SHAPING TRACTOR $ 125,000.00TWO (2) PATROL TRUCKS 500,000.00SHOP SUPERVISOR TRUCK 35,000.00QUAD AXLE TRUCK 150,000.00ATR COMPRESSOR 15,000.00MASTIC MACHINE 70,000.00WELDING/SHOP TRUCK 100,000.00
ENGINEER TRUCK $ 35,000.00PATROL SUPERINTENDENT TRUCK 35,000.00TWO (2) RUBBER TIRE EXCAVATORS 500,000.00TWO (2) MOWER TRACTORS 250,000.00
TWO (2) PATROL TRUCKS $ 500,000.00ASPHALT PLANT LOADER 250,000.00
PRESSURE WASHER 50,000.00DOZER 300,000.00
$ 925,000.00 $ 1,005,000.00 $ 565,000.00 $ 995,000.00 $ 820,000.00 $ 1,100,000.00
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COUNTY TRUNK
CTH GGCTHE
CTH BB
CTH K & P INTERCTH W
CTH X
COUNTY SALT SHEDCTHA
LOCATION
STH 713 - STH 54CTH X - STH 80
US 10- CTHBINTERSECTION K & P36TH ST-CTHUSTH 54 - STH 73
Marshfield Hwy FacilitySTH 73 - USH 10
2021COMMENTS (IF ANY)
BRIDGE REPLACEMENTBRIDGE EPOXY OVERLAY
PAVT RECONDITIONINTERSECTION REPLACEMENT CHIP-D FUNDINGMILL & OVERLAYRECONSTRUCTION
MLS FUNDING REIMBURSEMENT
POSSIBLE BIA FUNDING
Constructed in conjunction with State Salt Shed (State Funded)HRRRP HSIP SAFETY WISDOT STP RURAL DOT LET
TOTAL MILES:
CHIP SEAL VARIOUSVARIOUS BRIDGE REHABS
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DISTANCE
3.20.52.75.0
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BRIDGEBRIDGE
MILESMILESMILESMILES
MILES
290,000.00100,000.00
130,000.00150,000.00140,000.00325,000.00
6,500.00
BUDGET
290,000.00100,000.00
416,000.0075,000.00378,000.00$ 1,625,000.00$ (649,650.00)$ (600,000.00)$ 350,000.00$ 91,000.00
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Roland Hawk
From: Riley, Shannon P - DOT <ShannonP.Riley@dot.wi.gov>Sent: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 10:04 AM
To: Roland Hawk
Subject: RE: Marshfield Salt Shed
Roland,
Thank you for your communication on this and for your efforts putting a plan together that incorporates updatingWisDOT salt storage to fit with potential upgrades to Wood County facilities and that will help improve operations forwinter maintenance.
WisDOT supports this proposal of partnering with Wood County Highway Department on construction of WisDOT saltshed facilities included in your plan. Our intent would be to fund reimbursement to the county during fiscal year 2021,after July 1, 2020. This is contingent on the impacts of the remaining winter maintenance costs for this year to theroutine maintenance budget and will need to be balanced with other salt shed facility needs in the region and statewide.These impacts will become clearer over the next two months with hopes to finalize our fiscal year 2021 plans in June of2020. To show this commitment we will begin working with you on a lease agreement for the proposed WisDOT saltshed facility included in your plans. Please let me know if you need anything else from me at this point. We look forwardto working with you on this important project.
Thanks,
Shauuu P. Ritey, PE
Systems Operations Section ManagerNorth Central Region
Wisconsin Department of Transportation(715) 421-8326 - Office
(715) 459-4771 - Mobile
shannonp.riley@dot.wi.gov
From: Roland Hawk <rhawk@co.wood.wi.us>
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 6:15 PM
To: Riley, Shannon P - DOT <ShannonP.Riley@dot.wi.gov>Subject: Marshfield Salt Shed
Shannon,
Thanks for the update today regarding the replacement of the state salt shed at our Marshfield facility. We are workingwith MSA to complete our site plan (see attached), storm water analysis and wetland delineation.
We have the attached plan ready to submit to the City of Marshfield for approval. We have our permits from WDNR &USACE for wetland impacts.
| will be submitting my 2020-2021 CIP to my oversight committee tomorrow for their approval next Thursday. This isgood timing for our department to at least have a commitment to work on replacing the state shed. As | mentioned in
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our phone conversation, my department will take the responsibility for oversight, construction and any subcontractingto complete the build for both the county and state sheds.
Thanks again for considering our need for this shed and how working together may provide considerable savings forboth our departments.
Roland Hawk, PE
Highway Commissioner
Wood County Highway Department555 - 17th Avenue NorthWisconsin Rapids, WI 54495-1966Phone: (715) 421-8875
Fax: (715) 421-8874
rhawk@co.wood.wi.us
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TOWNSHIP - COUNTY R.O.W. DEBRIS CLEANUP AGREEMENT
In an effort to improve communication and improve Right of Way (ROW) cleanup of woody debris,within town road ROW's that adjoin County owned property, both parties agree to the following:
Township shall:
1) During spring road inspections, and throughout the year, document locations of woody debristhat has entered the ROW, and that originated from County owned property.
2) Report to appropriate Wood County Department (Phone, email, US mail, or hand delivery).(Example of report form attached).
Wood County Highway Department
555 17" Avenue North
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495
715-421-8875
Only property adjoining Town Road is rock quarry in town of Cary, south of Cary-Rock Road.
Wood County Parks and Forestry Department
111 W. Jackson Street
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495
715-421-8422
There are also several thousand acres that are owned and/or managed by the WI DNR.Townships would have to contact WI DNR to arrange cleanup of these ROW's. If you havequestions about ownership, contact Wood County Parks and Forestry Department.
Wood County shall:
1) Remove woody debris located in town road ROW that originated in adjacent Wood Countyowned property. Removal shall be done in a timely manner, preferably within 30 days ofdiscovery by County staff or notification from Townships.
2) Follow up with Town Chairperson, or their assigned representative, when debris removal iscompleted. This agreed upon communication may be via phone, text, email, or US mail.
In the case of a large storm event, it is advised that both parties communicate frequently and, ifpossible, in person to assess the ROW issues. An agreed upon cleanup plan shall be arranged betweenboth parties at that time.
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ROW WOODY DEBRIS REPORT FORM
Date:Township:
Individual Completing Report: Title: Email/Phone:
Describe debris location using any of the following information: parcel numbers, street address, crossroads, and approximate distances to cross roads or street address driveways.
Description of debris (e.g. large white oak, approx.. 20" in diameter. Full tree in ROW after beingpushed off road way.)
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TABLE OF CONTENTSREV: 06/06/19CHAPTER 500LAND MANAGEMENT AND USESection Subject505.1 FIELD PREPARATION OF TIMBER SALES... eeeeceseesceeeeeeeeseees505.2. ADVERTISING FOR BIDS 00... ceceeeceseesseeseeseeeecaeeaeceaeeaeeseeaeenaeens505.4 METHOD OF BILLING... eee ceeeeceseesseeseeeeeseecaeeaeceseeaeeneesaesneess505.5 AWARDING SALES oo... eee sseeseceeeseeeseesaeeseeeeseecaeeseseseeaeeseeseesaeess505.6 SALES CONTRACTS... cceccscesseeseceseseeeeesseeseseeeseecaeeseceaesaeeseeseesaeess505.7 TIMBER SALE PERFORMANCE BOND... ee ceceeseceseetceneeneeneees505.8 CONTRACT PROVISIONS... cece ceseeseeseesseeseeseeeecaeeseceseeaeeseeseenaeess505.8.1 Contract Number and Contract Name....................e cece ee505.8.3. Durations and Extension of Contracts................cceeee seen505.8.4 Termination of Contract by Seller............... cee ee eee ee eee eee505.8.5 Performance Bond, Damages, Future Contracts....................08505.8.12 Liability and Worker's Compensation Insurance...................505.8.13 Scaling and Conversion Factors.............scceeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeneees
505.8.15 Other Contract Conditions for Consideration....................0008
505.9 TIMBER SALE RESTRICTIONS ...0.. occ eceeesseeseeseceseeseeeesaeeseeseeesesaeeneenes505.10 TIMBER SALE ROADS 00... cseeseeesesseeeesaeesecnaeeaeeseesaesaeeaeesaseaeeneeees505.12 FOREST PRODUCTS ACCOUNTABILITY ........eceeeeeeeseeseeeeeseeneeneeees
505.12.2 Utilization of Standards oe eeeeeeeseeseeeeeeeeeseeeeseeeeeeeaees505.12.3 Methods of Accountability... eeceesecceseceseeceteeeeneeeseneeesaees
505.13 SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS PERMITS............ 0.0 cee ceeseeseeseeeeneeees520.1 SAND AND GRAVEL... ceecesesseeseeseesseteeceeseeesesaaeaesaeeseecseesesnaeeaeeneeneens520.2 EXPLORATION, PROSPECTING AND MINING... ceeeeeeeeeeeereeeeees520.4 MILITARY MANEUVERS ...... ec ecesesesseeseceeeeeceseesaeesesseeaeecaeeseesesnseeaeeseens520.5 PUBLIC UTILITIES 200. eecsseesesseeseeceeesecesesaaeseesseeseesseesesseseaseaeeeeens520.8 CELLULAR COMMUNICATION TOWERS. .........cceceeesesseeseceseeseeeeeeeen525. TREATY RIGHTS: GATHERING MISCELLANEOUS FOREST PRODUCTS
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505.1
505.2
LAND USE
OBJECTIVES
1. To identify policies and procedures employed to effectively manage, utilize andsustain the resources of the County Forest.
2. To identify regulated management activities, land uses and special resource areas.
3. To layout proper permits needed for certain activities on the County Forest
TIMBER SALES
Regulated cutting of timber is essential to the goals and objectives of this plan. Timberharvesting will be conducted to achieve a sustainable harvest level. Harvest areas will bedistributed in the forest to accommodate such needs as biodiversity, wildlife, aesthetics,watershed protection and other biological needs. WisFIRS will be used for planning alltimber harvest activities on the County Forest. All sales will be established, administeredand reported in accordance with the DNR Timber Sale Handbook (2461). All sales on theforest are to be advertised for public bidding, with the exception of small sales with anestimated value of $3000 or less or sales that would qualify under a salvage provision (s.
28.11(6)(c), Wis. Stats.). These sales may be sold direct without advertising.
FIELD PREPARATION OF TIMBER SALES
The County and the DNR will cooperate to locate, designate and prepare harvest areas forsale. The Forest administrator and DNR liaison forester shall jointly be responsible to seethat the field work on sales is accomplished. Administrator and Liaison will also jointlybe responsible for ensuring that all proper documentation for each timber sale is properly
filled out and routed for signatures.
ADVERTISING FOR BIDS
After field work is completed and necessary reports receive DNR approval, theadministrator shall prepare a sale prospectus and make it available to interested loggers.Under s.28.11(6)(b) Wis. Stats, timber sale advertisements, at a minimum, will be by
classified ad in a newspaper having general circulation in the county (e.g. Wisconsin
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Species to be harvested and estimated volumeMaps of sale areas
Special contract provisions
Procedures for bidding
Bid forms
Timber sales bond and advance stumpage schedule
(2)
number and marked "sealed bid" shall be submitted on County Forest bidforms by the bidder for each tract bid on, and shall contain:
The bid price per unit of species product. The total value of the timbersale bid shall be indicated on both scaled and lump sum bids. The total bidvalue must meet or exceed the advertised sale minimum acceptable bidvalue, as documented in form 2460.
A minimum of 20% of the bid value of each tract must accompany the
bid as a bid bond, payable to Wood County.
A. Non-compliance with County Forest contract requirements.
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B. Delinquent financial obligations.
C. Unsatisfactory past performances.
D. Inability to demonstrate financial or professional capability. Evaluationcriteria on timber sales will be price and documented ability tosatisfactorily complete the contract. Factors to be assessed may includeproposed equipment and operation, references, proof of financial stability,past performance and documented training completed. The award ofcontract to the successful bidder shall be based upon the bid determinedmost advantageous to the County.
Tie bids may be settled by toss of a coin if both parties are agreeable; otherwise thebids on that tract will be rejected and the sale re-advertised.
Sales remaining unsold after being advertised for two bid openings may be solddirect at not less than the appraised value even though their estimated value exceeds
$3,000. (See DNR Timber Sale Handbook).
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Contracts will be prepared with copies provided to the logger with the original filedin the administrator's office.
Contracts are to be signed by the successful bidder within 30 days followingCommittee approval of the sale with payment being made according to the countytimber sale bond and/or advance stumpage payment schedule. Failure to sign the
contract within 30 days may result in forfeiture of bid bond.
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Surety bonds or an irrevocable letter of credit issued by a bank which is a member ofthe Federal Reserve System or insured by the Federal Deposit InsuranceCorporation may be used in lieu of cash as a performance bond on sales. The letterof credit or surety bond must be in effect for 6 months beyond the contract length oruntil released by the County Forest Administrator. If the contract is extendedbeyond this time, the contractor must provide an extension to the letter of credit or
surety bond for a period of time equal to the term of the contract extension, plus 6
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months.
2. The bid bond may be transferred to the performance bond.
505.8 CONTRACT PROVISIONSAll timber sale contracts will be on the form approved by the committee and allprovisions therein shall apply. A copy of the timber sale map will be attached andbecome a part of the contract. A copy of the timber sale contract can be found in theappendix. The following items are essential contract provisions that should be covered in
each contract.
505.8.1 Contract Number and Contract NameEvery contract shall have a unique numerical number and depending on county
policies/procedures shall have a unique name.
505.8.2 Contract PartiesContracts must have Name, Address, and other contact information of the
Purchaser.505.8.3 Duration and Extension of Contracts
(a) All contracts will be issued for not less than six months nor more than 3years, unless otherwise stated on advertisement and/or contracts.Contracts will be dated to expire on the anniversary of the sale.Exceptions may be made in cases of extenuating circumstances.
(b) Contract extensions may be granted by the Committee. See the contractextension policy that is found at the end of the timber sale contract whichis located in the appendix.
(c) Special stumpage rate adjustments may be made according to the
previously mentioned contract extension policy.
(b) If purchasers do not wish to have contracts renewed or extended the
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505.8.6
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county may charge double stumpage for any timber left, cut or uncut,within the sale area.
(e) The contractor may request a contract release due to severe physical orfinancial disability. The committee shall determine whether or not arelease shall be granted and may withhold all or a portion of the bond
deposit for damages.
Termination of Contract by Seller:
See Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Performance Bond, Damages, Future Contracts:
See the Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Title to Timber:
See the Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Payment Schedule:See the Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Utilization Specifications:
See the Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix. Certain contracts may haveadditional special products and specifications on a case by case basis, andwill be listed in those particular contracts.
Training Requirement
Logging contractor and sale operators are to be compliant with the Wisconsin
SFI Training Standard as adopted by the Wisconsin SFI Implementation
Committee. Valid documentation of compliance with the Forest Industry Safety
and Training Alliance training standards must be on file with the County before
cutting operations begin and during all operations. See Timber Sale Contract in
the Appendix.
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BMPs, Roads, Landings:See the Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Soil Disturbance and Rutting:As a requirement of certification all contracts must have a rutting policy in the
contract. See the Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Liability and Workers Compensation Insurance:
See the Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Scaling and Conversion Factors:
See the Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Forest Certification:Wood County will comply with all current forest certification requirements asrelated to timber sale contract and other sale documentation. See Chapter 100
and Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix.
Other Contract Conditions:
See Timber Sale Contract in the Appendix for the following:Waste
Stump heights
Zone/Unit completion
Slash requirements
Cleanup of sale area
Forest fire prevention
Survey monument restriction
Indemnification
Independent contractor
Assignment (sub-contracting )
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K. Right of inspection by sellerL. Applicable law
M. Other conditions
A Timber Sale Map and associated cutting specifications will be attached and
made part of each Timber Sale Contract.
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To minimize resource damage, the types of logging equipment, methods, and timesof operation used on sale areas may be restricted by the county.
Special restrictions may be required in accordance with county aesthetic policy, ifapplicable.
Seasonal restrictions may be applied to protect roads, minimize recreation useconflicts, benefit wildlife management, avoid endangered resources concerns,
minimize insect and disease problems, or to assist in fire protection.
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The contractor will be responsible for securing legal access to sale areas acrossprivate or other non-county ownership.
The contractor will be responsible for securing permission to conduct loggingactivities within town, county or state road rights-of-way (e.g. decking, skidding)Forestry personnel will approve the lay-out of all roads and make other necessaryspecial provisions within the sale contract.
Skidding, decking, or other logging activity is not allowed on County Forest roadsor ditches unless approved by the County Forest Administrator. These areas willbe kept free from logging debris. County Forest access roads will be maintainedby the logger and be left in good as original condition at the close of the sale.Roads will be inspected by county personnel to insure minimal resource damage.
A timber sale purchaser may request permission to gate a timber sale access road.
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The administrator may grant a gate permit to prohibit only motorized traffic.
505.11 SUPERVISING SALESSale inspections will be performed periodically by county and / or DNR Forestrypersonnel, as requested, with corresponding notations in the sales record.505.3.8(c) Contract ViolationsField enforcement of timber sale contracts will be the responsibility of theadministrator employing the following procedure:
(a) The administrator, or designee, will attempt to resolve inadvertent or
minor violations by verbal contact with the contractor.
(b) The administrator, or designee, may immediately suspend loggingoperations when a serious or emergency situation arises.
(c) The suspension will be followed by written notice to the contractor,stating the nature of the violation and informing them of committeeaction taken or pending.
(d) The Committee, in consultation with legal counsel, may consider, but isnot limited to the following remedies:
(1) Charge double stumpage
(2) Charge for actual damages
(3) Suspend contract
(4) Retain all deposits
(5) Foreclose on cut forest products on sale
(6) Refer to District Attorney for prosecution
(7) Seek civil damages in addition to the performance bond.
(e) Suspension of operation will remain in effect until receipt of writtennotice from the county.
(f) Failure of the contractor to comply with the committee decision may result in the contractorbecoming a non-qualifying and ineligible bidder in the future. At thecommittee's discretion, the contractor may be banned from future purchase ofcounty timber sales for a period of time to be determined by the Committee
on a case by case basis. All deposits may be retained and forest products on
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sale areas may be seized and sold by the county.
505.12 FOREST PRODUCTS ACCOUNTABILITY505.12.1 Scaling Merchantability(1) Sawlogs will be scaled by the Scribner Decimal C. log rule. A log isdefined as:
• 9" diameter or larger inside bark (d.i.b.) at 8' in length (plustrim) for softwood.
• 11" diameter or larger inside bark (d.i.b.) small end at 8' inlength for hardwood.
• Minimum net scale of 50% of the gross scale of the log.
(2) The standard unit of measure for cordwood is measuring 4' x 4' x 8'ofunpeeled wood. Peeled wood will be converted to the standard cord byadding 12.5% for sap-peeled and adding 25% for machine-peeled woodto the gross volume measured. A pulpwood tree contains at least one (1)
8' stick, to a minimum top diameter as defined in the contract.
3. The DNR Timber Sale Handbook will be used as a guide in determining
the conversion rates for posts, poles, bolts, chips, weight- scaled wood or
other types of forest products.
505.12.2 Utilization Standards
Utilization standards will be specified on individual contracts to providemaximum utilization of all merchantable timber and will be based on the
scaling standards noted above.
505.12.3 Methods of AccountabilityWood harvested from the sale area must be accounted for and payment made in
accordance with existing policy and procedure. One or more of the following may
be used on an individual sale:
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(1) The ticket system utilizes serialized three-part tickets. Advance paymentfor tickets is generally not required. See contract (in appendix) forexceptions under "Mill Scale Ticket System'. One ticket must accompanyeach load of wood to the mill. Mill scale will be accepted for volumedetermination.
(2) Wood may also be scaled on the landing. This method is generally usedfor sawlogs and may be used for pulpwood. Payment for wood productsscaled is normally due within 14 days of billing.
(3) Lump sum sales may be utilized and divided into cutting units whenpractical. Payment for a cutting unit must be received in full before any
cutting begins in that unit.
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(4) A written permit for making fuelwood for personal use must bepurchased for areas designated under the permit. Designated firewoodcutting areas are periodically developed and/or closed. Current maps andcutting directions are available in the Park and Forestry Department. SeeAppendix for Sample Firewood Cutting Permit.
(2) Written permits may be issued for other special forest products forcommunity or personal use, on a case by case basis, with fees establishedby the committee or the Forest Administrator.
(3) An annual summary report of cut products sold by permit will be filed
with the DNR using Timber Sale Notice and Cutting Report (Form 2460).
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All cases of alleged timber theft on the county forest shall be investigated and resolvedpromptly. An allegation of theft by cutting and /or removing timber from the county forestdoes not alleviate the county from payment under s. 28.11 (9) Wis. Stats. The county willcollect damages pursuant to s. 26.05 Wis. Stats. and may also pursue criminal charges under
s. 943.20 Wis. Stats. and /or seek civil damages.
510.1 TIMBER THEFT INVESTIGATIONThe following procedure should be used in all cases of alleged timber theft:1. Determination of TheftA. Gathering facts - The county, through its sheriff's department and along withassistance of the DNR liaison, rangers and wardens, will ascertain the factspertinent to the alleged theft, including determination of the damages to thecounty. Legal counsel representing the county should be involved in all aspectsof investigation. Property involved in the alleged theft may be seized pursuant tos. 26.064 Wis. Stats. for use as evidence.B. Boundary determination - If property boundaries are involved, the county shall
conduct a legal survey of the boundary in question.
515 ENCROACHMENTSThe county will actively investigate all suspected cases of encroachments on the County Forest. Toinsure the integrity and continuity of the County Forest land, all cases will be dealt withpromptly and in a consistent manner. The following procedures will be used in all cases ofsuspected encroachments:(1) The county will establish property boundaries; if necessary, a legal surveywill be conducted.(2) The county will gather all facts.(3) The Committee, in consultation with the forest administrator, county legalcounsel, and the DNR, will make a decision as to the disposition of the case.(a) All above ground encroachments that are movable will be removedfrom county property.
(b) Permanent type facilities, such as homes, garages, and septic systems
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SPECIAL USES
shall be addressed individually and may be removed or handled by aland use agreement. Sale or transfer of the encroachment shouldremain an option depending on the circumstances involved and theviability of an adverse possession claim (s. 893.29 Wis. Stats.).Provisions in the land use agreement, if that option is pursued, mayinclude granting the encroacher permission to encroach on theCounty Forest lands with the following stipulations: no otherencroachments will be allowed; the permit is non-transferable; thecounty must be notified once encroachment is terminated; countycontinues full ownership and control of property; permittee agrees towaive any rights to any future declaration of ownership or interest inthe encroached county property; county reserves the right to cancelthe permit and the permit is to be filed in the office of the WoodCounty Park and Forestry Department and all fees related to the landuse permit shall be paid by the permittee.
In instances involving encroachments that are the result of updatedsurveys, relocation of survey markers, property line changes as aresult of previously mentioned survey activity; and the net impact tothe County Forest is three acres or less; Wood County may choose tosell the property if this action is deemed to be in the best interest ofthe citizens of county. See the Wood County Park & Forest LandTransaction Policy and Procedures located in the Appendix for moreinformation.
A sample copy of the Land Use Agreement can be found in the
Appendix.
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designate specified areas for special uses. Specific management methods are to beconsidered on these areas. Uses must be consistent with the intent and purposes ofthe County Forest Law.
2. All requests for specialized uses of any County Forest lands will require a permitauthorized by the Committee.
3. A list of existing special use areas can be found the Appendix.
520.1 SAND AND GRAVELSand and gravel pits located on the County Forest may be used only by units ofgovernment or contractors performing public works. Use of existing pits and the openingof new pits by other than the County Park and Forestry Department will requireCommittee approval and be authorized by permit only. The condition of such permitsmay include, but are not be limited to:
1. Requiring the pit and its access road to be screened from view from
any public highway
Severing trees from the stump
Disposition of brush and dirt spoil by leveling or hauling away
Sloping to prevent steep banks
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Filing with the forestry office an annual written report of gravel and sandremoved.
Other conditions may be set at the discretion of the Committee or County ForestAdministrator. The Committee may set fees for materials removed. Other non-
metalliferous materials will be dealt with on an individual basis.
All active, nonmetallic sites greater than one acre in size, including those on the CountyForest, are also subject to the provisions of the Nonmetallic Mining ReclamationProgram, Chapter NR 135, Wis. Adm. Code. The County Park and Forestry Departmentshall work with the local permit coordinator (often county or local zoning office) in
obtaining the necessary permits for nonmetallic mining operations.
Sand and gravel may, under some circumstances, be leased to private contractors for
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private use. In these situations, the land must be withdrawn from the County Forest Lawuntil sand/gravel removal and reclamation of the site is completed. Upon completion ofreclamation to the satisfaction of the county and the state, the lands shall be reapplied for
entry under the County Forest Law.
520.2 EXPLORATION, PROSPECTING, AND MINING1. The Committee may investigate all mineral exploration, prospecting and miningrequests as they are received.2. The DNR shall be notified of all requests as they become known in accordance withs. 28.11(3)(i) and (Gj) and with DNR Manual Code 2712.1 or other codes which maybe subsequently adopted.
The Public Lands Handbook should be referenced for more detailed procedure.
520.3. SANITARY LANDFILLSThe use of County Forest lands for sanitary landfills will not be allowed unless the lands
involved are withdrawn from the County Forest Law.
520.4 MILITARY MANEUVERSMilitary maneuvers on County Forest lands will be considered under a lease or writtenland use agreement. Upon receipt of a written request from the military the Committee,other necessary County staff, Military, and DNR representatives will discuss the issue at apublic Committee meeting. After the needs have been outlined, the site shall be fieldchecked, DNR input and consistency with the County Forest Law sought, and townofficials advised. Depending on the scope of the project, a public hearing may beappropriate. If all aspects and concerns are addressed and agreed to, a legal instrumentwill be drafted. The matter will then be brought back to a Committee meeting for finalinput and approval. The Public Forest Lands Handbook will be used for further direction
in this matter.
520.5 PUBLIC UTILITIES.
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Easements for public utilities may be considered by the Committee. Undergroundinstallations will be encouraged. The following main provisions shall be included in anyCounty Board resolution granting permission for construction of any utility transmissionline:
1. Utility may be billed for merchantable forest products and existing timberreproduction.
2. Utility may be billed for land removed from production due to right-of-wayclearing for losses of future income and multiple use benefits.
3. Land removed for utility operations that is no longer suited "primarily for timberproduction or, that is no longer suitable for scenic, outdoor recreation, publichunting & fishing, water conservation or multiple use purposes" (s. 28.11(4)(c)Wis. Stats) may need to be withdrawn from county forest law designation. Theutility shall replace any lands requiring withdrawal from county forest with otherlands suitable for county forest entry that are in the forest blocking of the CountyForest.
4. Utility companies will be encouraged to use existing corridors and undergroundlines to minimize disturbance to the county forest and native plants and animals.
5. Merchantable timber will be removed in a manner approved by the Committee.Timber cut must be reported to the DNR on form 2460-1.
6. Utility must provide notice of proposed route, including a map of not lessthan | inch /mile scale, 90 days in advance of proposed construction.
7. Special maintenance, controlled access and signage concerns shall beaddressed in any proposal.
8. An appropriate fee shall be charged for easements.520.6 ACCESS TO PRIVATE LAND
The Department has determined that granting a private easement across county forestlands is not consistent with the County Forest Law program. This determination is basedon an Attorney General opinion (OAG-08-10). Easement grants to individuals are
generally determined to be an exclusive right on a publicly owned asset. Counties are
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public good.
1. Access across County Forest lands must be demonstrated by the applicant asthe route of last resort. Proposed uses must be documented by the applicant.
2. No legal easement will be granted, just permission to cross county lands.
3. The permit is non-transferable. New landowners must apply to continue theland use agreement.
4. Road improvements and upgrading must be approved and will be supervisedby the Park and Forestry Department staff. Prior notification of three (3)days is required before work starts.
5. All wood cut is the property of Wood County.
6. Roadway must be opened to the public through county land. No gate maybe erected on county land unless authorized by the Forest Administrator.
7. The County continues full ownership of the improved roadway; however, itshall not be liable for maintenance or upkeep of the road.
8. Permittee waives any rights to any declaration of ownership or interest in the road
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Requests for temporary access across County Forest Lands will be reviewed for anypotential conflicts with management activities or public access. If impacts are minimal,access for short term needs will be permitted through the use of access agreements orpermits, and will be handled according to the Land Transaction Policy (see Appendix)Temporary access is generally for activities such as access to maintain utilities (rail,powerline, etc.) or for logging access on private lands. The recipient of temporary accessis required to restore the roadway to at least its prior condition and to expand coverage of
any performance deposits or liability insurance to cover the use of the County road.
520.6.2 Access Agreements
Requests for access to private lands may be made by private parties to build or improveaccess roads through the County Forest. Access agreements will be considered on a case-by-case basis and with the understanding that the County is not legally obligated to
provide access to private lands.
A fee of $25.00 minimum will be assessed by the Committee for access permits. Feesmay be greater depending on length of access, timber impacted, etc. The Committee mayelect to waive these fees in cases of agreement renewals or in cases of existing roads or
driveways.
Access across County Forest lands must be demonstrated by the applicant as the route oflast resort, including evidence of an offer of fair compensation for access across other
private lands. The following stipulations will be included in access agreements:
1. Permits are made by and between the County and the property owner. Thepermits are not transferrable and subsequent property owners must secure theirOwn agreement.
2. Permits are not to exceed 10 years. (Insert specific language, but not to exceed
15 years)3. Gates, signs, or other articles of the permittee are not permitted on County
lands
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4. Other county specific stipulations
Requests for access to private lands may be made by private parties to build orimprove access roads through the County Forest. Applications will be handled accordingto the Land Transaction Policy (See Appendix) and be considered by the Committee on acase-by-case basis. The following stipulations will generally be adhered to as they apply toeach situation before an "Access Permit" is granted. Additional stipulations may also be
included depending on each specific situation.
1. Access across County Forest lands must be demonstrated by the applicant asthe route of last resort. Proposed uses must be documented by the applicant.
2. No legal easement will be granted, just permission to cross county lands.
3. The permit is non-transferable. New landowners must apply to continue theland use agreement.
4. Road improvements and upgrading must be approved and will be supervisedby the Forestry Department staff. Prior notification of three (3) days isrequired before work starts.
5. All wood cut is the property of Wood County.
6. Roadway must be opened to the public through county land. No gate maybe erected on county land unless authorized by the Forest Administrator.
7. The County continues full ownership of the improved roadway; however itshall not be liable for maintenance or upkeep of the road.
8. Permittee waives any rights to any declaration of ownership or interest in theroad on county land for administrative costs as a result of this "AccessPermit". The access permit is granted upon the signature and any fees being
received by the Wood County Park and Forestry Department.
520.6.3 Prescriptive EasementsHistorical access points and driveways may meet the requirements of prescriptive use. Aprescriptive use easement does not generally trigger a need to withdraw lands from the
County Forest program unless the public is excluded from motorized travel on the subject
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road. Any potential claims of prescriptive easement across County Forest lands must bereviewed by legal counsel in order to determine legal validity and possible legal defense
or standing.
520.6.4 Other Types of Access
Complex issues of private access needs may arise in the future. Any proposals to grant aneasement across County Forest must help achieve the purposes of the County Forest Lawand meet a standard of better and higher public use. Easements to private parties willrequire withdrawal from County Forest Law and are to be discussed with the Department
prior to initiating any proposals.
520.7 PRIVATE UTILITY SERVICE LINES
If a landowner cannot gain utility access across other lands, the committee may
consider a land use agreement/permit for access across County Forest. Requests
will be handled according to the Land Transaction Policy and is considered on a
case by case basis. These agreements/permits should consider the inclusions
mentioned below:
1. The permit is non-transferrable
2. The County retains full ownership of the utility corridor, however it shall notbe liable for maintenance, upkeep, or other damages associated with theutility service.
3. The permittee waives any rights to any declaration of ownership or interest inthe utility corridor on County land for administrative costs as a result ofthis Land Use Agreement - Utility permit. This agreement is grantedupon the signature and any fees being received by Wood County.
4. The fee for such a land use agreement shall be negotiable.
520.8 COMMUNICATION TOWERSThe siting of communication towers on the Wood County Forest will be considered by
the Committee on a limited basis. Requests will be considered on a case by case basis
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It must be demonstrated that the site is the most practical location for such atower.
Land selected for such a tower is no longer suitable for continued entry inthe County Forest program. According to section 28.11(4), Wis. Stats, anyaccompanying lands needed for tower support wires that inhibit the practiceof forestry and are no longer suitable for scenic, outdoor recreation, publichunting & fishing, water conservation or multiple use purposes may alsoneed to be withdrawn from County Forest Law. Withdrawal is subject toapproval by both County Board and DNR. The communication companyshall replace any lands requiring withdrawal from county forest with otherlands suitable for county forest entry that are within the blocking boundaries.A request to withdraw lands from County Forest Law by a privatecommunication company shall follow withdrawal protocol.
Any agreement should also consider the inclusions listed under 520.5 (Items
1-8).
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WOOD COUNTY FOREST TIMBER SALE CONTRACTContract No.
This contract is made by and between the Wood County Highway Infrastructure andRecreation Committee, Wood County, Wisconsin, hereinafter called the Seller, andhereinafter called the Purchaser.
The Seller hereby authorizes the Purchaser to cut and remove all timber marked ordesignated by the Seller on the following described lands, hereinafter called the premises,formerly Tract
Which are further described on the map, diagrams, and cutting requirements attached heretoand made a part hereof.
The area encompassed by this timber sale and forest products from this sale is certified to thestandards of the Forest Stewardship Council ® SCS-FM/COC-00083G FSC 100% and theSustainable Forestry Initiative ® NSF-SFI-FM-1Y943 SFI 100%.
The Seller and the Purchaser mutually agree that this contract is subject to the followingconditions:
CONTRACT PERIOD AND TERMINATION
1. Cutting of timber on the premises may start after the Seller and Purchaser have signedthis contract and will continue with reasonable diligence so that the logging operationwill be completed no later than . The Seller may temporarilysuspend this contract at any time. The Purchaser shall notify the Seller when theoperation has been completed.
2. The Seller may terminate this contract for a breach of any condition or for any reasondeemed necessary by the Seller by giving the Purchaser five days written notice thereofor immediately if property damage or safety is of concern.
3. The Seller may grant one year (or less) extensions if deemed necessary. See contractextension policy attached hereto and made a part here of.
4. Purchaser has provided the Seller with an irrevocable letter of credit or cash bond inthe amount of $ to be held until the completion of all conditions of thiscontract to the satisfaction of the Seller. If the Seller determines there is a breach ofany condition then, at the discretion of the Seller, all of the deposit or performance bondor any portion thereof shall be forfeited to the Seller for damages. Before returning anycash or the performance bond to the Purchaser, the Seller shall have sixty (60) daysfrom the time it receives notice of the completion date or termination date, whicheveroccurs first, to inspect the premises to determine if the contract has been satisfactorilyperformed. In addition to exercising any of its rights under the performance bond or inconnection with this clause or the deposit the Seller may also seek actual damages andother remedies available to it under the law or this contract.
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5. No forest products shall be removed from the premises until paid for or guarantees forpayment satisfactory to the Seller are provided.
6. Title to any forest products cut under this contract shall remain with the Seller untilstumpage is received by the Seller.
7. a. The Purchaser agrees to pay stumpage payments indicated in Sub. B in the formacceptable to the Seller for marked or designated timber cut or removed underthis contract. The volume of timber indicated is an estimate. The Seller doesnot give any guarantee or warranty respecting quality, quantity or volume of themarked or designated timber on the premises.
b. Stumpage payment schedule.TOTALVALUE OFPRICE PER | ESTIMATEDSPECIES PRODUCT | UTILIZATION VOLUME UNIT VOLUME| |• STANDARD UTILIZATION ** INCREASED UTILIZATION*** WHOLE TREE UTILIZATION
C. The Purchaser agrees to pay double stumpage payments as liquidated damages
for timber removed from the premises without advance payment or authorizationas required in Clause 9 and for unmarked or non-designated timber cut ordamaged through carelessness, negligence or intention.
d. Purchaser agrees to make stumpage payment at the rate indicated in Clause 7B,for timber marked or designated on premises which is destroyed or reduced invalue as a result of the Purchaser's operation or negligence.
e. The Seller may charge, and the Purchaser agrees to pay, double stumpage forany timber left, cut or uncut, on the sale area if purchaser does not wish to havethe contract renewed or extended.
8. Payment instructions: (All stumpage payments will be cash, certified check or bankmoney order unless other arrangements are made with Seller).
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All wood will be piled conveniently for scaling, but not on town road right-of-way and notremoved until scaled by authorized representative of the seller.
Mill scale ticket system may, upon approval of the Seller, be accepted providedarrangements are made with the Forest Administrator and scale slips are mailed ordelivered to the Forestry Office as wood is hauled; destination of wood to be indicatedin advance. The County will bill by invoice all scale slips, and payment will be requiredwithin 14 days of billing.
MILL SCALE TICKET SYSTEM
Tickets may only be issued when the Contract is signed and periodically thereafter asneeded. Advance Payment for tickets is not required unless:1) Purchaser fails to make timely payments to the Wood County Park andForestry Department as specified on regular billing notices (payment dueWithin 14 days of statement date).2) Purchaser conducts harvest operations poorly and in a manner that does notcomply with contract specifications (e.g. severe rutting, severe damageto residual trees, poor utilization, etc.) and receives written notice of suchnoncompliance.
Two such payment breaches and/or written notices of poor job performance on one ormore timber sale contracts, will result in the purchaser being required toprepay on all Wood County timber sales for a two year duration.
The Purchaser shall account for all tickets. Unused tickets shall be returned to theSeller immediately upon completion or termination of the Contract.
Lock boxes shall be placed on the premises by the Seller.
The Purchaser shall provide the Seller with a list of all destinations of timber to beremoved from the premises. Changes in timber destination shall be reported beforehauling to the new destination.
Prior to hauling any timber, the Purchaser agrees to provide, on forms supplied by theSeller, intent of all buyers of cut timber from the premises to return copies of scale slipsattached to corresponding tickets. Purchaser agrees to sell no cut timber to any buyerwho has not provided written verification of his/her intent to return scale slips andtickets.
Each time a load of cut timber leaves the sale area, the appropriate portion of the ticketshall be clearly and completely filled out and deposited in the lock box.
Failure to deposit tickets in the lock box each time a load of cut timber leaves the salearea shall be considered a breach of contract. Purchaser agrees to pay double thestumpage rate as indicated in Clause 2 as liquidated damages for such removedtimber.
Tickets are issued for the contract specified on each individual ticket and shall not beused for any other contract.
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When transporting timber from the sale area, the truck driver shall have in his/herpossession the appropriate portion of the ticket applicable to the load.
A list of all truckers that will be hauling timber from the premises shall be provided to theSeller by the Purchaser. It shall be the responsibility of the Purchaser to provide suchtruckers with appropriate tickets.The Seller may check scale and scale tickets at any time.Truck Delivery: The appropriate portion of the ticket shall be detached at the pointwhere the timber is scaled and attached to a duplicate copy of the scale slip and thenimmediately returned to the Seller.Rail Car Shipment to a Mill: The appropriate portion of the ticket shall be attached tothe bill of lading for the car. At the mill, the ticket shall be attached to a copy of thescale slip, then immediately returned to the Seller.Other conditions: (If none, write NONE):
SCALING AND CONVERSION FACTORS
The Seller may inspect trucks hauling forest products from the premises and checkscale at any time.
When peeled cord wood is measured, it is agreed that 12.5% will be added to handpeeled or ring debarked volume, and 25% will be added to other machine peeledvolume to compute equivalent non-peeled volume.
The Scribner Decimal C Log Rule shall be used for scaling logs.
Conversion of MBF (thousand board feet) to cords or cords to MBF will be 2.44 cordsper MBF for softwoods and 2.20 cords per MBF for hardwoods.
Other conversion factors are as follows:Weight conversion factors are those as according to Wisconsin DNR Timber Sale
Handbook (current year or most recent revision).
UTILIZATIONCutting requirements: (DBH represents the diameter at 4.5 feet above ground). Seethe timber sale prospectus and the attached map.
Utilization specifications: Merchantable trees are those that have one or more 100 inchsticks with the following top diameter:
Standard utilization - Aspen pulp 5" top Diameter, Hardwood pulp 5" top, Pine pulp 4"
top, Hardwood Sawlogs 10" top diameter, Pine Sawlogs 9" top.
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Increased utilization - Trees that meet the standard utilization requirements formerchantability (as listed above) but must be utilized to a two-inch top diameter.
Whole tree utilization - Trees with a DBH of three inches or greater must be entirelyutilized.
Maximum stump height shall not exceed stump diameter, and for stumps of diameterless than 10 inches, it shall not exceed 10 inches.
All and only the timber marked or designated for cutting on the premises shall be cutwhether it be more or less than the volume listed herein. Unmarked or non-designatedtrees cut or damaged through carelessness, negligence or intention shall be paid for atdouble the stumpage rate specified or at a rate to be determined by the Seller, if notspecified.
Any timber wasted in tops and stumps, broken in careless felling or not removed ontermination of this contract shall be paid for at the specified rate.
The Purchaser shall be particularly careful not to damage the residual timber stands.Young growth bent or held down by felled trees shall be promptly released. Treesdamaged through normal cutting operations may be designated for cutting by the Sellerand harvested if merchantable.
TRAINING REQUIREMENT
The Purchaser is responsible for ensuring that the actual logging contractor engaged inperformance of this contract complies with the Wisconsin SFI (Sustainable ForestryInitiative) Training Standard as adopted by the Wisconsin SFI ImplementationCommittee (SIC). Criteria for the standard can be found at the websitewww.fistausa.org/sfi standards or by contacting the Forest Industry Safety & TrainingAlliance (FISTA). Purchaser agrees to provide documentation to Seller that training hasbeen attained prior to initiating sale.
SLASH AND DEBRIS DISPOSALThe Purchaser agrees to comply with the State Slash Law, Section 26.12(b), WisconsinStatutes, and with requests regarding forest fire prevention and suppression made bythe Seller.
In addition the Purchaser agrees to comply with the following:
a. All slash, including hanging trees, tops or limbs in standing trees, must bereduced to a maximum specified height of 36 inches.
b. No slash will be deposited, or machinery operated, in lakes or streams.
C. No slash, logging debris, or machinery operation is permitted outside the saleboundary, unless approved by the Forest Administrator.
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d. The Purchaser will properly dispose of all debris or material not natural to theland, as it is generated.
The Purchaser agrees to take reasonable precautions to prevent the starting andspreading of fires. Those precautions include, but are not limited to:
a. A minimum of one fully charged 5 pound or larger ABC fire extinguisher with aflexible spout shall be carried on each off-road logging vehicle.
b. All chainsaws and equipment used in the operation shall be equipped with sparkarresters, which have been approved by the U.S. Forest Service. Such arrestersmay not be altered in any manner or removed. (Information on approvedarresters may be obtained from the Seller.)
C. If a fire occurs, the Purchaser shall promptly assist in the control andsuppression of the fire.
d. The Purchaser shall comply with requests regarding forest fire prevention andsuppression made by the Seller and take all reasonable precautions to prevent,suppress and report forest fires. Those requests may include ceasing ormodifying operations.
e. The purchaser shall be responsible for damage and forest fire suppression costsin accordance with s. 26.14 and 26.21, Wis. Stats. caused by their operationunder this Contract.
f. Other.Other slash disposal requirements are as follows:
The Purchaser shall remove, to the satisfaction of the Seller, all solid waste, trash anddebris generated by the Purchaser.
ROADS, CAMPS, LANDINGS, SURVEY CORNERS
Location, construction, and use of logging roads, mill sites and campsites is subject toadvance approval by the Seller. All such areas or facilities used or constructed by thePurchaser must be operated, maintained and restored prior to termination of thecontract in a manner satisfactory to the Seller. Purchaser shall repair damage toexisting and new roads.
No residence or dwelling or permanent structure or improvement shall be established orconstructed on the premises.
Logging roads that intersect town, county, or state roads or highways, must have theintersections approved by the proper authorities prior to construction and cleared of allunsightly debris at the time of construction.
Landings and decking sites are not allowed within 100 feet of any public road, unlessapproved by the Forest Administrator.
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44. The Purchaser agrees to pay for the cost of repair or replacement of any land surveymonuments or accessories, which are removed or destroyed or made inaccessible. Inthe event that the performance bond is insufficient to cover such cost, Section 59.635,Wisconsin Statutes, Perpetuation of Landmarks, may be enforced.
SOIL DISTURBANCE AND RUTTING
45. The Purchaser agrees to take all steps and precautions to avoid and minimize soildisturbances, such as soil compaction and rutting.
46. Excessive soil disturbance (as defined in Table 1) will not be permitted. Purchaseragrees to contact Seller and work cooperatively to mitigate any and all instances of soildisturbance and rutting.
47. Prior to sale completion the Purchaser shall restore soil disturbances to the Seller'ssatisfaction.
48. Other restoration requirements (e.g. repair of soil disturbances or rutting on recreationaltrails used for skidding trails):
Table 1. Thresholds for soil disturbances.County Forest
Infrastructure Soil disturbances are excessive if:Roads, Landings, SkidTrails, and General " Agully or rut is 6 inches deep or more and it resulting inHarvest Area channelized flow to a wetland, stream, or lake.• Ina riparian management zone (RMZ) or wetland, a gully orRoads, Landings, and rut is 6 inches deep or more and 100 feet long or more.Primary Skid Trails = In_an upland area (outside of RMZ), a gully or rut is 10 inchesdeep or more and 66 feet long or more.Secondary Skid Trails = Gully or rut is 6 inches deep or more and 100 feet long orand General Harvest more.Area
Note: The depth is to be measured from the original soil surface to the bottom of thedepression. If individual lug depressions are visible, the depth would be measured tothe lesser of the two depths (the "top" of the lug). The length is measured from the
start of the "too deep" section to the end of the "too deep" section. Measurements arenot cumulative.
BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMPs) REQUIREMENTS AND OTHER GUIDELINES
49. The purchaser shall comply with all recommended BMPs for Water Quality guidelinesas described in "Wisconsin's Forestry Best Management Practices for Water Quality"published by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, publication Pub-FR-093,unless specifically provided otherwise below. A copy of this publication is availableupon request to the Seller if not possessed by the Purchaser. Purchaser's certification
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in Wisconsin BMP training or equivalent through FISTA-coordinated BMP workshop isalso required.
The purchaser shall comply with all recommended Forestry BMPs for Invasive Speciesas described in "Wisconsin's Forestry Best Management Practices for Invasive Species"published by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, publication Pub-FR-444-09, unless specifically provided otherwise below. A copy of this publication is availableupon request to the Seller if not possessed by the Purchaser. The publication can alsobe found at the Council on Forestry website at:http://council.wisconsinforestry.org/invasives/forestry
The purchase shall comply with all General Guidelines as described in "Wisconsin'sForestland Woody Biomass Harvesting Guidelines" published by the WisconsinDepartment of Natural Resources, publication Pub-FR-435-09, unless specificallyprovided otherwise below. A copy of this publication is available upon request to theSeller if not possessed by the Purchaser. The publication can also be found at theCouncil on Forestry website at: http://coucil.wisconsinforestry.org/biomass
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Purchaser shall be responsible for determining the boundaries of the sale area andshall be liable for all trespass committed by Purchaser outside of such boundaries.
The Purchaser shall notify Forest Administrator at the time the cutting begins.
The Purchaser agrees to complete all operations on each portion of the premises oreach compartment as designated in the cutting requirements.
No wood product shall be removed from the premises without prior notification to theAdministrator for each occurrence.
The Purchaser agrees not to do or allow any waste or nuisance upon the premises.
Purchaser agrees to make stumpage payment at the specified rate for timber marked ordesignated on the premises, which is destroyed or reduced in value as a result of thePurchaser's operation or negligence.
The decision of the Committee acting on the advice of its agent and the Department ofNatural Resources Forester, as to whether Purchaser is in compliance with the terms ofthis contract, shall be final.
The Seller shall give the Purchaser notice in the event of a breach of any condition ofthe contract. All operations shall cease forth with upon receipt of such notice by the
Purchaser, and continued occupancy shall be a trespass. Operations may not beresumed without written authorization from the Seller.
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The purchaser shall haul all pine products, cut during spring and summer months, withintwo weeks of cutting as a measure to prevent insect infestations.
WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE
The Purchaser shall provide the Seller with a Certificate of Insurance, from aninsurance company duly licensed to transact the business of Workers Compensation inthe state of Wisconsin, indicating that Worker's Compensation Insurance coverage isprovided for employees of the Purchaser, in compliance with Chapter 102, Stats.,working under the contract for its duration prior to any performance under it. SuchCertificate of Insurance shall further include the condition that the insurer shall notify theSeller within five (5) days of any change in its terms or twenty (20) days prior to itstermination.
A person claiming that coverage is not required under Chapter 102, Stats. shall providethe basis for such opinion in writing to the Seller.
GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE
The Purchaser agrees to protect, indemnify and save harmless the Seller from andagainst any and all causes of action, claims, demands, suits, liability or expense byreason of loss or damage to any property or bodily injury to any person, including death,as a direct or indirect result of timbering operations or in connection with any action oromission of the Purchaser, who shall defend the Seller in any such cause of action orclaim.
Purchaser agrees that, in order to protect itself as well as the Seller under theindemnification provision set forth in the above paragraph, Purchaser will at all timesduring the terms of this contract keep in force a liability insurance policy, includingcontractual liability coverage, with a minimum limit of $1,000,000.00 per occurrence,issued by a company authorized to do business in the State of Wisconsin and licensedby the Wisconsin Insurance Department. Upon the execution of this contract,Purchaser will furnish the Seller with written verification of the existence of suchinsurance. This verification, typically in the form of a certificate provided by thepurchaser's insurance company, must name Wood County as an "AdditionalInsured".
EMPLOYMENT
The Purchaser is an independent contractor and not an employee or agent of theSeller.
To the extent that it is applicable to the Purchaser, the Purchaser agrees to comply withWisconsin Worker's Compensation Act, Chapter 102, Wisconsin Statutes, and all rulespromulgated thereunto.
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The Purchaser agrees not to discriminate against an employee or applicant foremployment because of age, race, religion, color, sex, handicap, physical condition,development disability or national origin, regarding employment, upgrading, demotion ortransfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, lay-off or termination, rates of pay orother form of compensation, and selection for training, including apprenticeship. ThePurchaser further agrees to take affirmative action to ensure equal employmentopportunities for persons with disabilities.
Jobbers and other employees who, on this timber sale or on previous state or countytimber sales, have been unsatisfactory in the execution of their work, or in their integrity,shall upon written request by the Seller, be barred from work on the premises by thePurchaser.
DISPUTES, ASSIGNMENT AND CHANGES
Disputes regarding quality and quantity may be settled by arbitration in accordance withChapter 788, Wisconsin Statutes, if the party alleging such a dispute notifies the otherparty in writing thereof within ten (10 days) after the notifying party became aware of, orreasonably could have become aware of, such dispute.
This contract cannot be assigned or subcontracted in part or in whole without priorwritten approval from the Seller and may be changed or amended only in writing. ThePurchaser shall notify the Surety, if any, of such change or amendment.
CONTRACTING PARTIES
In this contract, the Seller and the Purchaser include their respective officers,employees, agents, directors, sub-contractors, assignees, partners, representatives,successors, heirs, members and servants.
If the Purchaser ceases to exist, in fact or by law, the Seller may immediately terminatethis contract and, without waiving any remedies available to it, perform the contract.
OSHA Compliance, Danger trees. The Purchaser is responsible to comply with, andassure compliance by all employees or subcontractors with, all Occupational Safety andHealth Act (OSHA) requirements for the health and safety of Purchaser's employees,including provisions relating to danger trees. In addition, the Purchaser agrees to notify,and obtain agreement from, the Seller if the Purchaser intends to modify performancerequired under this Contract for the purpose of compliance with OSHA requirements.
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TIMBER SALE CONTRACT EXTENSION POLICY
The Wood County Highway Infrastructure and Recreation Committee is responsible for theextension of timber sale contracts and would like to see sales cut in a timely manner. TheCommittee grants contract extensions and associated stumpage increases at their discretion.Each contract extension/stumpage increase will be determined on a case by case basis withfactors such as: access, weather, ground conditions, silvicultural objectives, balances owed,natural disasters, etc. taken into account.
In general, the Committee may be more willing to grant first extensions without any stumpageincrease if a job has been started. Contracts that are two years old with no activity, andcontracts that have had more than one extension are of special concern and are more likely tohave stumpage increases assessed. There may be special contracts that have no flexibility inlength due to timing of silvicultural considerations, storm damage, etc. In these cases contractlength will be fixed, and the contractor should expect to be penalized for not completing thesale in the time specified in the contract. Additionally, contracts that have had multipleextensions may not be extended in the future.
The typical contract extension will be for one year. The extension/stumpage increaseschedule is as follows:
Extension #1 0% to 10% (maximum) increaseExtension #2 0% to 10% (maximum) increaseExtension #3 10% (minimum) to 25% (maximum) increase
Additional extensions will only be granted in cases of extraordinary circumstances. Stumpageincreases associated with these extensions will be determined by the Committee on a case-by-case basis.
Dated this day of , 20
Highway Infrastructure & Recreation CommitteeWood County, Wisconsin
County Forest Administrator Purchaser
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This permit grants limited permission to its holder toremove firewood from designated areas only on WoodCounty land.
Fuelwood permits are not transferable and payment isnonrefundable.
Maps to active firewood areas are available at the Parks &Forestry Office.
The Wood County Park & Forestry Department mayimmediately cancel or revoke this permit by giving oral orwritten notice upon breach of any condition or restriction ofthe permit. Such breach may also subject the violator toprosecution.
Permittee must be present when cutting occurs. The permitshall be carried by the permittee while the fuelwood isbeing harvested and transported from the site.
Permittee must display "Firewood Cutting Permit" visibly,on the front dash, or drivers side window of his/her vehiclewhen cutting firewood.
Permittee must follow all instructions pertaining to thespecific firewood area he/she is cutting in. Specificinstructions are listed on each firewood area map.Firewood may not be removed with skidders, tractor, logtruck, or any vehicle rated with a load capacity exceeding |¥% Tons or a gross vehicle weight of 12,000 lbs.
Permittee agrees Section 895.52, Wis. Stats., is applicableas to liability and, further, agrees to save and keep harmlessWood County and its employees against any and allliability claims, costs of whatever kind and nature, forinjury to or death of any person of the loss or damage toany property, occurring in connection with or arising out ofthe occupancy, use, service, operation or performance ofwork in connection with removal of wood authorized underthis permit of the permittee or permittee's agents.
Permittee understands that he/she may be held responsiblefor damage to any county property that he/she may causewhile operating under this permit.
All wood cut by the permittee must be for his/her personaluse only and not to be sold.
Signature of Permittee
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WOOD CUTTINGPERMIT
No. Of Standard Cords (4' X 4' X 8')4 Standard Cords $10.00
TOTAL PAID
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Wood County Parks & Forestry Dept.111 W. Jackson StreetWisconsin Rapids, WI 54495715-421-8422
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ACCESS PERMITWood County Park & Forestry DepartmentBox 8095 Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495-8095
This access permit is entered into by and between the County ofWood hereinafter referred to as "Owner"! and
, hereinafter referred to as"Permittee", for the sole purpose of obtaining ingress and egressacross the following described land of owner in Wood CountyWisconsin.
Legal Description (See attached map)This permit shall be in effect for a period,commencing the day of , 20 , andending the day of , 20The Permittee shall pay the Owner Dollars($ ). This access permit may be extended on the same terms
and conditions upon mutual agreement of the Owner and thePermittee.
It is understood by the Owner and the Permittee that this permitis subject to the following conditions:
1. Prior to this permit taking effect, the Permittee shallsubmit for approval to the Owner a plan describing anyconstruction and maintenance on the above described property.
No deviations from this plan will be allowed without theprior written approval of the Owner.
2. Accessway improvements and upgrading must be approved inadvance and will be supervised by the Wood County ForestAdministrator. Prior notification of not less than ten (10)working days is required before work starts.
3. If the Owner determines that further use of theabove-described property by the Permittee is not in the bestinterest of the owner, for whatever reason, the ownerreserves the right to cancel this permit by sixty (60) dayswritten notice to the Permittee by the Owner.
4. This permit is nontransferable.
5. The accessway width is to be no greater than one rod (16.5feet).
6. No cutting or trimming of trees shall be done without theprior written approval of the Owner. All wood cut is the
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Any wood products approved for cutting will be cut and piledby species and all wood in 100 inch lengths cut to a 4 inchtop diameter.
Present and future forest management, timber sales, timberstand improvement, reforestation or other forest orrecreational activity shall be of high priority of the Ownerand in no way should be hindered by this agreement.
All stumps, slash, waste materials and other debris resultingfrom the permitted land use shall be disposed of by thePermittee as directed by the Owner.
The Permittee shall maintain the area under this permit inasafe and environmentally sound condition at all times,causing no obstruction to free and uninhibited use by thepublic.
No gates, signs, or other articles of the Permittee will beallowed on the Owner's land.
This land use agreement does not extend to the Permittee anypermission to use County Forest Land for personal use or tostore equipment, lumber, or other miscellaneous items.
The accessway is not to be used to gain access to a domicileor place of business.
The Permittee agrees to reimburse the Owner for any propertyor environmental damage to the subject property that mayarise from the construction, maintenance or use of thedescribed lands.
This permit does not give the Permittee, its members oragents, any rights pertaining to hunting or trapping; saidrights remain under the control of the Owner.
The Owner continues full ownership of the improved roadwayand land; however, it shall not be liable for maintenance orupkeep of the road.
The Permittee agrees to waive any rights to any declarationof ownership or interest in the road on the Owner's land.
Should the general intended use, for which this permit wasgranted, be changed or altered, this permit shall beautomatically null and void by action of the Wood County Park& Forestry Committee. Intended use is
Permittee assures in writing, per attached document, that noother private access into his/her property can be gained.
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OTHER CONDITIONS
20. Permittee agrees to grant Wood County thoroughfare throughPermittee's property, as described on exhibit 'B' attachedhereto and made a part hereof. It is understood that WoodCounty will be subject to the same conditions as describedfor the Permittee in items #
The Permittee agrees to protect, indemnify, save and holdharmless the Owner, its agents and employes, from and against allclaims, demands, suits, liability and expense, by reason of lossor damage to any property or bodily injury to any personwhatsoever, that may arise from the construction and placement ofobjects on the described lands and from the maintenance or use ofthe described land, and the Permittee shall defend the Owner inany such action or claim upon request of the Owner.
PermitteeDateForest AdministratorThis Access Permit is authorized by the Wood County Park andForestry Committee pursuant to their minutes of
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2021-2025 - 5 YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN (PROPOSED)WOOD COUNTY PARKS & FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
2021 2022 2023 2024 2025FLEET VEHICLE REPLACEMENT $35,000.00NP DISC GOLF PARKING PAVING $30,000.00PB ENTRANCE ROAD AND SHELTER** $2,300,000.00FLEET VEHICLE REPLACEMENT X2 $70,000.00DUMP TRUCK REPLACEMENT $45,000.00NORTH PARK LOWER DAM REPAIRS** $300,000.00ROAD/PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS $40,000.00PLAYGROUND REPLACEMENT $50,000.00TRACTOR REPLACEMENT $40,000.00DXT ATV CAMPGROUND DEVELOPMENT** $500,000.00FLEET VEHICLE REPLACEMENT $40,000.00TRACTOR REPLACEMENT $40,000.00NEPCO WALK TRAIL AND RIP-RAP REPAIRS $20,000.00ROAD/PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS $40,000.00PLAYGROUND REPLACEMENT $50,000.00SOUTH PARK CAMPGROUND EXPANSION** $750,000.00FLEET VEHICLE REPLACEMENT X2 $70,000.00UTILITY TRACTOR REPLACEMENT $30,000.00PLAYGROUND REPLACEMENT $50,000.00PB SNOWMAKING $750,000.00ROAD/PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS $40,000.00NORTH PARK OPEN SHELTER CONST. ** $200,000.00FLEET VEHICLE REPLACEMENT $40,000.00PLAYGROUND REPLACEMENT $50,000.00PB SHOP RELOCATION $375,000.00ROAD/PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS $40,000.00DEXTER PARK BEACH HOUSE REMODEL $200,000.00$2,365,000.00 $1,045,000.00 $940,000.00 $1,140,000.00 $705,000.00POTENTIAL STATE AID FUNDING** 9 $1,150,000.00 $740,000.00 $375,000.00 $100,000.00 $100,000.00NET TAX LEVY $1,215,000.00 $305,000.00 $565,000.00 $1,040,000.00 $605,000.00