The Wynnedale Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, August 9, 2022, at the Fitness Farm, 2525 W. 44th Street.
All Wynnedale residents are encouraged to attend.
Wynnedale Town Council
Agenda for August 9, 2022
1) Call to order
2) Approval of minutes from June meeting (there was no July meeting.)
3) Treasurer’s report
4) Old business
1. Update from Jarnell on whether Wynnedale needs to decline and return the ARA funds we were allocated.
2. Update from Andrew and Josh on neighborhood survey on traffic control.
5) New business
Wynnedale Town Council
June 14, 2022 minutes
Meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. Present were Mary
Beth Schneider, Ann Hildner, Sue Rice, Josh Smith, Andy
Hawickhorst and Clerk-Treasurer Jarnell Burks-Craig.
Neighbors attending were Kirstie Andersen Schmoll, Tammy
Callahan and Joan SerVaas.
Minutes from last meeting were approved.
Jarnell Burks-Craig gave the treasurer’s report. Our balance in
checking is $9,893.39 and the Money Market Account has
$135,029.24. Also discussed was the ARP (American Rescue
Plan) funds of $ 27,815.74 which is half the total amount to be
received over a two year period. She is still gathering
information on whether the town will be able to keep the funds
and what uses qualify.
There was discussion of the gravel path in the Bird Sanctuary. It
is unfinished at this time and Ann Hildner was going to check
into the progress.
A discussion of Wynnedale remaining an Incorporated Town
was discussed. At this time Jarnell-Burks Craig gave a summary
of the finances, budget and the procedure of reporting. The fear
of Knollton Road being opened if we relinquished our town
incorporated status was of major concern.
Joan SerVaas mentioned since we were possibly one of the
smallest incorporated towns in the state that most of the rules
and regulations seem to apply to larger towns. It was suggested
we obtain legal advice.
Various ways of announcing the date and time of meetings were
discussed. Using the town email list which Bruce Ranger has
assembled was a suggestion or posting this information on
reusable signs around Wynnedale entrances. These dates and
times are posted on the www.Wynnedale.org site and by law we
must post this information but many do not use this site on a
Speeding on Wynnedale streets was discussed and it was
decided that Andy Hawickhorst and Josh Smith will do a doorto- door survey of installing speed bumps. We have not
researched the installation cost, damage to the streets or type of
bumps (there are several choices). It was noted in the meeting
that even residents do not always follow the 25 mph speed
There will be no Wynnedale Town Council meeting in July.
The next meeting will be August 9, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at the
The meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m.