Spaghetti Factory?? 4/18/17
The Taylor County Board met on Tuesday, April 18th. They expressed their appreciation to county employees who recently retired including: Betty Danen, Beth Abegglen, Ruth Ann Pipkorn, Robin Dassow and Don Erl.
Next up the county board approved buying a strip of land that is ideally suited for a spaghetti factory. The parcel is about ¼ mile long and varies in width from 4 feet 8 inches on one end and meanders to zero when it meets Little Rib Road. Several months ago the county board voted to purchase the Deseris property which borders the county forest on the edge of Rib Lake. Following the purchase, county surveyor Bob Meyer noted that the “V” shaped sliver of land was not part of the sale and actually laid between the newly purchased county forest and a third party. Supervisor Sue Breneman said it would be good public relations to pay $50 plus transfer fees for the slim parcel and all board members except Chuck Zenner agreed.
Taylor County could soon be a part of the “Safe Ride Program”. Terry Phillips told the county board that all Taylor County Tavern League members would be eligible to offer the safe ride option to their patrons. Mr. Phillips indicated that currently about half of the county’s taverns belong to the tavern league. He felt that by being able to offer the safe ride option it would be a good incentive to join the league. Supervisor Bub amended the resolution to provide powerline impact funds and to increase the amount from $3,000 to $5,000. The money would be used to start up the safe ride program in Taylor County. The amended request passed with supervisors Zenner and Krug voting no.