Monday, April 4, 2022
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Minutes Approval: March 21, 2022
- Scope of Work (update)
- Project Estimates Review
- Next Steps
Next Meeting Date: TBD
Mike moved to call the meeting to order at 5:04pm. Ray seconded. All in Favor.
Herb Kuendig, Mike Moran, Ray Colton, Glenn Reinauer, Henry Haefner in attendance.
Minutes Approval: March 21, 2022- Ray moved that the meeting minutes be accepted. Mike seconded. All in favor.
- Scope of Work-Committee continued its review of the Scope of Work for lower-level modifications to support an emergency shelter that Henry drafted. Herb said he had contacted five media blasting companies but none were either responsive or did not have the proper media to blast the beams and steel. Mike suggested encasing the steel beams in rough wood. Herb agreed to get prices on wood to determine if this is a feasible option to blasting and painting the beams. Henry suggested that old ductwork be replaced with new spiral ducts to reduce painting costs since the old ducts need to be reconfigured anyway. Members agreed that in order to properly compare electrical contractor bids, the committee needs to come up with a comprehensive lighting plan that designates location of ceiling lights and all outlets for kitchen and walls. Henry said he would take a stab at this and report back the next meeting.
- Project Estimates Review- Members reviewed estimates received for the Town Hall generator. Members had questions for one bidder to include maintenance proposals. Glenn said that $2,500 should be added to the generator bid to support the cost of a propane tank and supporting equipment and connecting to the generator. Ann said they had received a bid for sealing the wood beams and painting the steel and duct work from one contractor. Herb said the cost of five operable awning windows at Home Depot is $300 each.
- Next Steps: Action Items to be presented at next meeting:
Ann to get maintenance prices for generator from electrician.
Members agreed to contact local contractors and get estimates for framing the walls.
Henry will draft electrical lighting plan.
Next Meeting Date: April 18, 2022
There being no further business of the committee, Mike moved to adjourn the meeting at 6:06pm. Henry seconded. All in favor.
Approved: April 18, 2022