Town of Cooks Valley
March 9, 2009

The Town of Cooks Valley town board will hold its regular town meeting on Monday March 9, 2009 at the Cooks Valley Town Hall [15751 40th Street] at 7:30 pm.  The public is invited to attend this meeting.

  1. Call to Order
  2.  Public Comment: the Cooks Valley town board welcomes public comments on matters pertaining to township issues.  Because it is important to maintain order during the meeting, it is the policy of the town board that all public comments on an issue shall be limited to three (3) minutes per person, no person may make more than one (1) comment per subject and the session is no more than thirty minutes long.  (We apologize for the tight time restrictions.  They are necessary to ensure that we complete our business).  Comments may be made on any subject pertaining to township issues, however, comments on matters not appearing on this agenda can only be discussed but may not be acted on at this meeting.  If the board desires, the matters may be placed on a future agenda for action.  No debating between residents, comments should be addressed to the town board.    
  3. Approval of the minutes of the February 9, 2009 regular meeting  
  4. Approval of the March financial report    
  5. Reading and approval of the February bills
  6. Discussion and possible action on budget categories
  7. Discussion and possible action on appointing a member to the plan commission  
  8. Discussion and possible action on approval of open records request form and charges
  9. Discussion and possible action on summons
  10. Discussion and possible action on application for operators license-Don Steinmetz
  11. Discussion and possible action on energy saving project 
  12. Clerk’s Report
  13. Chairman’s Report
  14. Future agenda items and business
  15. Adjourn


Please take notice that during the meeting the Town Board may go into closed session, pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 19.83 &  19.85(1)(g), to confer with legal counsel for the Town who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the Town Board with respect to litigation or potential litigation in which the Town is or is likely to become involved relative to the Town’s existing mining ordinance.


Cooks Valley Town Hall,
Valley Tavern,
Trout Creek Tavern,

Township Web Page at cv1927