The Sunrise Beach board of trustees held its meeting Monday, Feb. 14. Here are three things to know from the regular session.


The Sunrise Beach board of trustees held its meeting Monday, Feb. 14. Here are three things to know from the regular session.
• The board approved an ordinance to pay Matt Marschke for his engineering work on phase one and two of the drinking water system. He received $255,092.49 mostly phase two. Phase one is complete, and phase two construction should soon begin. Between both projects, the Highway 5 corridor throughout the village will be served.
• Unity at the Lake Church, located on Route 5, received a one-time relief on its water bill after a catastrophic leak Jan. 15 and 16 left them with a bill of $368.47. With a one-time relief allowed by ordinance, the board reduced the bill to a more normal $70.07.
• It was also reported that bills related to the Feb. 1 snow storm had been submitted to Camden County Emergency Management to apply towards the application of relief for the area from the state. A total of $7,016.09 in applicable expenditures were made for overtime, paid contract labor (trustee Ray Kline helped the village plow its streets), special tires for the police truck so it could respond to calls, repairs and tow bills and use of village equipment.