subsidy paid to the school by the parish is 60%. If a parish does not have a school, the subsidy is 80% that is
paid to the school the student is attending. Discussion followed. Bill Schwartz made a motion, seconded by
Judy Wisniewski to not pay the bill to Our Lady of Mt Carmel since our parish provides a Catholic school for
our parishioners and we would be paying the 60% if that child attended our school. A voice vote was recorded
as followed: Aye � All, Nay � None. A motion was made by Bill Schwartz, seconded by Cindy Holt to pay
$1500 to Notre Dame High School towards our parish assessment. The money will be taken out of the Caring
Fund Polar Investment Fund, transferred to the Caring Fund checking account. A check from the Caring Fund
checking account will be written to the General Fund for $1500 and a check for $1500 from the General Fund
will be sent Notre Dame, leaving a balance of $1560 owed. A voice vote was recorded as followed: Aye � All,
something in place that before large expenditures happen at the school the expenditure can be look at to see if it
is needed. Several members of the Finance Council who are on the School Budget Committee stated that it has
not approve the resolution to fix the steeple due to the lack of Diocesan Tax and Clergy Aid payments. Kelly
talked with Mr. Gibbons and stated that if the steeple does not get fixed in a years� time the expense to fix the steeple will turn into a larger expense than the present $92,000 because of the deteriorating condition of the roof of the steeple. In order to process the resolution, he is asking for reports, payments and a payment plan. Kelly has talked with Cindy Holt and by the end of October reports should be done. The church has paid Clergy Aid in full. A check for $15,000 has been written to go towards the taxes--$8,000 from the Cash Account and $7,000 from the General Fund. Mr. Gibbons will process the resolution. We have signed contracts for replacing of the shingles-$51,735 and a
signed contract for scaffolding-$32,000. At this time, we have a problem with wasp swarming the workers.
The have stopped work. Kelly has Liberty Crain Service coming on Thursday to reach the area and spray the
wasps. The contract for the scaffolding states that if they go over 28 days there will be an added cost. Kelly
questioned if they choose not to work and the weather is not a factor and they go over 28 days, the church will
not pay the added cost. Innovative agreed to pay the fee. The 28-day period starts upon completion of the
scaffolding setup. If any copper flashing has to be replaced, Kelly has a cost of $8.00 per lineal foot from
Quality Sheet Metal (Innovative cost was $25.00). Hopefully this will be the last big expense for a while and
Audit: Bill Schwartz suggested having an audit performed by someone who is not connected to the Finance Council.
He stated he had talked to Cindy Holt previously to this meeting and she is ok with it. Tammy also agreed that
an audit is a good idea. Discussion on the cost. Bill Schwartz made a motion, seconded by Linda Kranawetter
to get an estimate cost of an audit going back three years. A voice vote was recorded as followed: Aye � All,
Nay � None. Kelly said he would talked to Heath Koberstein at Koberstein Clarke Ltd.
40th Jubilee: Fr. Gary will be celebrating his 40th anniversary to priesthood on June 2, 2019.
on Sunday will be as normal. Also starting on the first weekend in October, attendance counts will be taken at
all Masses for the month.