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2012 Wilson Township Annual Report March 12, 2013.

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1 2012 Wilson Township Annual Report March 12, 2013

2 Introduction Welcome to the 156 th annual Wilson Town Meeting What was new in 2012? Wayne Stockman, Supervisor from , passed away in June 1 st Annual Wilson Family Fund Day replaced the old Wilson Days New landscaping on the south and east sides of the town hall done by Wilson 4-H Fireflies Fire and emergency response service restored to 14 residences in the township through the MN State Road-in-Lieu-of-Bridge Fund Replaced our worn-out mini-pumper with a new Ford from Carey Fire Equipment Two long-time firefighters retired – Everett Eide and Darryl xx Five new firefighters joined the Fire Department Town hall well pump and pressure tank failed and replaced after 30 years of service Here are the financial reports for your township: 2

3 Wilson Township Revenue and Expenses, Township residents approved a capital account levy in Re-routing of Knollwood Lane and abandonment of bridge easement with MN financial assistance Replacement of old mini-pumper

4 Wilson Township Revenue and Expense Averages,

5 Roads and Bridges 36 miles of township roads 35 miles gravel 1 mile paved Newest township road is extension of Knollwood Lane in Section 6 MNDOT road-in-lieu-of-bridge project $20,000 paid by Wilson Township $167,000 paid by MNDOT 7 township bridges No new bridge projects in

6 Road and Bridge Operating Expenses,

7 Road and Bridge Average Operating Costs, Road and bridge costs vary a great deal from year-to-year as the weather changes. On average, road and bridge costs increase at a rate of about $5,000 each year. 7

8 Fire and Rescue Department Wilson Fire and Rescue aids township citizens in Warren, Wilson, Wiscoy, and Homer Townships, and the City of Winona Wilson Fire Department responds to fires in a 47 square mile area 15 fires in 2012 Wilson First Responders respond to calls in a 56 square mile area 30 first responder calls in

9 New in new fire department volunteers 1 new rescue/first responder volunteer Replaced the mini-pumper Wilson Family Fun Day fund-raiser for new mini-pumper 36 active members 36 fire fighters 25 trained and qualified to Fire Fighter Level I 3 training for Fire Fighter Level II 3 more in training for first responders all certified First Responder Public Safety equipment 2 water tankers 1 large pumper truck 1 mini-pumper truck 1 equipment bus Specialized equipment Jaws-of-life Turnout gear provided to each member qualified to Fire Fighter Level I or higher 6 SCBA sets for entry into high-smoke areas Thermal imaging camera for entry into high-smoke areas Fire and Rescue Department 9

10 Fire and Rescue Operating Expenses,

11 Fire and Rescue Average Operating Expenses, Fire and Rescue expenses are relatively predictable year-to-year. On average, fire and rescue expenses increase at a rate of about $2,000 each year. 11 Put a pie chart here Training Equipment maintenance Capital equipment Everything else

12 Wilson Town Hall Largest and most used town hall in Winona County in 2012 Rentals 36 rentals Community groups Wilson Fireflies 4-H Snowmobilers Wilson Family Fund Day Local government 12+ Wilson Town Board meetings and public hearings 18+ Wilson Planning Commission 24 Wilson Fire and Rescue 6 Winona County Township Officers Bi-monthly meeting County Sheriff meeting with citizens Annual Board of Equalization 12

13 Town Hall Operating Expenses,

14 Town Hall Average Operating Expenses, Town hall expenses are relatively predictable year-to-year. On average, town hall expenses increase at a rate of about $1,000 each year. 14 Put a pie chart here Training Equipment maintenance Capital equipment Everything else

15 General Fund Expenses other than R&B, Fire Department 5 Township Officers Clerk Treasurer Planning Director/Zoning Administrator xx 15

16 Administration Operating Expenses,

17 Administration Average Operating Expense, Administration expenses include Clerk, Treasurer, and Supervisor expenses as well as those of Planning and Zoning, Planning Commission, and the Variance Board. Year-to-year costs are fairly predictable. The average administration cost rises about $1,000 each year. Put a pie chart here Supervisor/Clerk/Treas Planning/Zoning Running town hall Everything else

18 2013 Calendar March 38:30 AM – Noon4-H pancake breakfast March 2411:00 AM – 5:00 PMEaster Egg Hunt and bake sale April 99:00 AM – 10:00 AMBoard of Equalization July 7All dayWilson Family Fun Day October 12TBDHalloween Event 18

19 Planning for the Future 19 Road & Bridge Plow truck has 1-2 years of life remaining Fire & Rescue Continue fire fighting ability improvement Town Hall Continuation of Wilson Family Fun Day Proceeds to improve playground equipment General Fund Develop a capital budget to cover next 10 years Simplify our accounting system


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