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"NOTICE OF SALE OF STORED CONTENTS To recover storage rental and other expenses incurred, the contents and personal belongings stored in the following unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Selling Items from unit rented by Garret Gillham #1108 5x10 Items in unit 1108 are as follows Bookshelf, gun cleaning kit, Mirror, 50 gallon or bigger fish tank, Misc cloths, about 50 Panini baseball and basketball cards most in sleeves, chest. Contents of the unit will be available for viewing 10 Minutes prior to sale. Sale of contents will be where is and as is. Successful bidder will have 24 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. There will be a $50.00 deposit that will be returned once the unit is emptied and swept out. If tenant pays for unit in full prior to auction date the auction will not take place. Contact Stor-Right prior to auction to make sure auction is still on. We except Cash, Credit Card, Check or Money order. Payment due day of the sale. Location: Stor-Right Storage 806 S 48th Ave Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-9161. Date: 7-22-2022 Time: 4:00 pm AM at Unit # 1108" Run: July 19, WNAXLP


.STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, SHEBOYGAN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CARTER B. PROTZMANN DOD: 12/12/2022 Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) Case No. 22 IN 11 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth 10/27/1952 and date of death 12/12/21 , was domiciled in Sheboygan County, State of Wisconsin , with a mailing address of N1593 Van Driest Lane, Oostburg, WI 53070 . 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent's estate is November 3, 2022 . 5. A claim may be filed at the Sheboygan County Courthouse, Sheboygan , Wisconsin, Room 400 . Attorney George L. Neuberger, Jr. Neuberger, Griggs, Sweet & Froehle, LLP 136 Hospital Drive, Watertown, WI 53098 920-261-1630 Bar Number: 1007589 DATE SIGNED: July 22, 2022 Electronically signed by Paul J. Callan Probate Registrar Run: August 1, 8, 15, 2022 WNAXLP


08 H-D Ultra, 8,000 mi, $18,000 McCoy's 43 & JJ, Green Bay 920-737-8652 Safety Helmets, Parts, Service. Motorcycle Safety Headquarters


14ft Shell Lake Boat: new winch, new jack stand, anchor mates w/anchors, trolling motor, & trailer. $600 obo 715-592-4856


182444 PUBLICATION SUMMONS Small Claims Case Number 22SC12070 CRAIG R. PAUTZ 4403 MOENNING RD #2 SHEBOYGAN, WI 53081 You are being sued by 2132 LOCUST LLC C/O BIECK MANAGEMENT INC. AGENT in the Small Claims Court of MILWAUKEE County, 901 N. 9th St., Milwaukee, WI 53233. A hearing will be held at 2:30 p.m. on August 23, 2022. If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of this claim has been mailed to you at the address above). We are attempting to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. This communication is from a debt collector. Dated this 25th day of July, 2022 _ Attorney for Plaintiff Heuer Law Offices, S.C. Kirsten Fagerland Pezewski, State Bar No. 1025693 9312 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 Phone: (414) 224-3500 Run: July 29, 2022 wnaxlp


1School District of Mishicot Notice of Board of Education Meeting Monday, July 25, 2022 Special Meeting High School Library 660 Washington Street Mishicot, Wisconsin 54228 5:00 PM Agenda 1. Call to order and roll call: David Skwor Carol Lambert Shawn Driscoll Alan Zirzow Nancy Koch Jennifer Butler Judy Ferry 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Approve Board Agenda 4. Adjourn Into Closed Session According to Wisconsin State Statutes 19.85(1)(c), Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility for the Purpose of Interviewing and Selection of Interim Superintendent. 5. Reconvene Into Open Session 6. Action Item A. Approve Temporary Assignment of District Administrator Duties B. Approve the Addendums to Administrator Contracts 7. Adjournment Any person needing special services to address the Board of Education should contact the Board of Education Office at 920-755-4633 to receive help in making arrangements. This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business and is not to be considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. Run: July 22, 2022 WNAXLP


2 corner wood glass shelf cabinets, Wurlitzer Baby Grand Piano w/computer disc & bench, Antique dining room table w/8 chairs, marble trim & matching hutch w/marble trim. Can sell separately..also Oak 6pc desk, dressers, shelf & desk chairs, Chrome & glass etagere w/6 shelves. Fond Du Lac area. 913-284-3443


2 graves or 6 cremations in Riverside Cemetery, Appleton: Asking $2000 each. Huge Tree of Life as centerpiece of this roadside, side x side site. Has matching urn, which is planted by cemetery annually, as well as Christmas wreath perpetually incl. In site of beautiful non denominational church. 920-370-9260


2 Muzzleloaders, 50 cal. $425. 920-621-9290K


2016-2022 Honda Civic Weathertec black front floor liners. (NEW they are $115) Asking $45 (920)826-8700


2022 LIQUOR LICENSES TOWN OF SARATOGA, WOOD COUNTY The following license applications have been received by the Town of Saratoga for locations in the town. Class A Beverage: Beer and Liquor WHRGOPS NW-WI-NWI LLC-Lamar Frady, 344 Hillside Drive Waleska, GA, 30183. Rebecca Baker, agent, for The Store, 9630 Hwy 13 S., Wisconsin Rapids. Run: August 10, 11, 12; wnaxlp


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4th Avenue Street Project Proposal Project Overview 4th Avenue from County Road J, approximately 2,638 ft. east to 4th street. Town of Almond-Portage County 001-Pulverization: Approximately 5,863.36 SY - Pulverize existing asphalt pavement. (330.3) - Grade existing pulverized asphalt pavement. __________ Total cost for Item 001-Pulverization of Existing Asphalt Pavement 002-Sawing: Sawcut existing asphalt for a clean butt joint. 42 Feet Approximate LF (West End) 4th Ave and County Road J 91 Feet Approximate LF (East End) 4th Ave and 4th Street 133 Feet Total Approximate LF Asphalt Sawing (690.3.3) __________ Total cost of item 002 Sawing of Existing Asphalt 003-Base Course: Approximately 2,386 Tons - Furnish and install four (4) inches of WISDOT Spec. 1-1/4" BAD Material - Furnish and install an additional six (6) inches of WISDOT Spec. 1-1/4" BAD Material Approximately 900 feet, East of County Road J on 4th Ave for 700 feet. - Fine Grade WISDOT Spec. 1-1/4" BAD Material - Furnish and Install Water for Dust Control and Compaction. - Furnish and Complete Compaction on WISDOT Spec. 1-1/4" BAD Material (301.3.4.2) __________ Total Cost of Item 003-Base Course 004-HMA Pavement: Approximately 650 Tons Furnish and Install WISDOT Spec. Type L Asphalt Mix-Twenty (20) feet wide. Compact WISDOT Spec. Type L Asphalt Mix to an average thickness of Two (2) inches __________ Total cost of Item 004-HMA Pavement 005-Shouldering/Base Course: Approximately 380 Tons - Furnish and Install WISDOT Spec. 3/4 inch BAD Material creating a Two (2)-foot shoulder (305.3.4) - Furnish and Complete Compaction on WISDOT Spec. 3/4 inch BAD Material - Furnish and Install Water for Compaction __________Total Cost for Item 005-Shouldering/Base Course 006-Traffic Control/Signage Furnish and Maintain Traffic Control/Signage for Project Duration __________Total Cost for Item 006 007- Corrugated Metal Pipe - Install One, 24-inch corrugated metal pipes approximately 1,100 feet east of County Hwy J, 4th Ave Cross Drains. - Install One, 18-inch corrugated metal pipe-Personal Entrance (PE) 7487 4th Avenue. - Maintain correct pipe cover according to CMP Manufacturer ___________ Total Cost for Item 007- Corrugated Metal Pipe ____________________ Total Project Cost Specials/Other: 4th Avenue East and 4th St., Proposed Approximate Intersection Radius-40 Feet 4nd Avenue West and County J, Proposed Approximate Intersection Radius-40 Feet Contractor is responsible for all Utility Locates. A walk through can be scheduled by calling Chairperson prior to submittal. Completed Bids need to be submitted by August 9th, 2022 at the latest. Bid opening will be at Town Board Meeting, August 11th, 2022 at 7:00 pm. Questions and Submittal Contact: Town of Almond Chairperson Kip Gutke 8411 North 6th St. Almond, WI 54909 715-340-9960 RUN: 7/15, 22/22 WNAXLP


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A MONTHLY MEETING OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEKOOSA WAS HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2022 AT 7:00 P.M. The Meeting was called to order by Mayor Daniel J. Carlson Brian Krubsack Mike Kumm Dan Downing Larry Krubsack Anthony Carlson Garett Kuhn Adam Buehring & Brad Hamilton - Absent Moved by L. Krubsack seconded by Kuhn to dispense with the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting. Carried TREASURER'S FINANCIAL REPORT GENERAL FUND JUNE 2022 GENERAL TOTAL RECEIPTS 6-30-2022 209,225.74 BOOK BALANCE 5-31-2022 1,475,760.44 1,684,986.18 DISBURSEMENTS 6-30-2022 370,230.52 BOOK BALANCE 6-30-2022 1,314,755.66 OUTSTANDING CHECKS 6-30-2022 31,695.58 BANK BALANCE 6-30-2022 1,346,451.24 WATER TOTAL RECEIPTS 6-30-2022 127,104.19 BOOK BALANCE 5-31-2022 1,915,596.00 2,042,700.19 DISBURSEMENTS 6-30-2022 114,144.22 BOOK BALANCE 6-30-2022 1,928,555.97 OUTSTANDING ACH 6-30-2022 295.29 BANK BALANCE 6-30-2022 1,928,260.68 LONG TERM INVESTMENT Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank CD #40532, Maturity 12 Months - $20,326.56 Owned jointly with the Town Of Port Edwards for the future closure of the landfill. Respectfully submitted, Bobbi Hertzberg Treasurer, City of Nekoosa Moved by L. Krubsack seconded by Kuhn to accept the Treasurer's Financial Report as written. Carried. Ordinance 617 An Ordinance Regulating Planned Unit Development The Common Council of the City of Nekoosa does hereby ordain as follows Municipal Code 17.261 of the Municipal Code shall be created to read as follows SEC. 17.261 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) CONDITIONAL USES. (1) Intent. (a) The planned unit development conditional use is intended to permit developments that will, over a period of time, be enhanced by coordinated area site planning, diversified location of structures and/or mixing of compatible uses. Such developments are intended to provide a safe and efficient system for pedestrian and vehicle traffic; to provide attractive recreation and open spaces as integral parts of the developments; to enable economic design in the location of public and private utilities and community facilities; and to ensure adequate standards of construction and planning. The planned unit development under this section will allow for flexibility of overall development design with benefits from such design flexibility intended to be derived by both the developer and the community, while, at the same time, maintaining insofar as possible, the land use density and other standards or use requirements as set forth in the underlying basic zoning district. (b) The unified and planned development of a site in a single, partnership or corporate ownership or control or in common ownership under the Unit Ownership Act set forth in Chapter 703 of the Wisconsin Statutes (condominiums) may be permitted by the City upon specific petition under Paragraph 7(b) of this section and after public hearing, with such development encompassing one (1) or more principal uses or structures and related accessory uses or structures when all regulations and standards as set forth in this section have been met. (2) Types of Planned Unit Developments. This section contemplates that there may be a Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Planned Unit Developments and Mixed Compatible Use Developments. (3) General Requirements for Planned Unit Developments. A planned unit development shall be consistent in all respects to the expressed intent of this section and to the spirit and intent of this Chapter; shall be in conformity with the adopted comprehensive plan, any project plan for any applicable Tax Increment Financing District, any applicable neighborhood plan or any adopted component thereof, and/or any other applicable plan; and shall not be contrary to the general welfare and economic prosperity of the community. (4) Physical Requirements for Planned Unit Developments. (a) Minimum Area Requirements. Areas designated as planned unit developments shall contain a minimum development area as follows: Principal Uses Minimum Area of PUD Residential PUD 3 Acres Commercial PUD 3 Acres Industrial PUD 5 Acres Mixed Compatible Use 10 Acres Principal Uses Minimum Area of PUD Residential PUD 3 Acres Commercial PUD 5 Acres Industrial PUD 10 Acres Mixed Compatible Use 10 Acres (b) Density Requirements (Lot Area, Width and Yard Requirements). The district area, width and yard requirements of the basic use district may be modified; however, in no case shall the average density in a residential district exceed the number of dwelling units that would have been permitted if the planned unit development regulations had not been utilized. (c) Building Height and Area Requirements. (1) Buildings in a planned unit development shall not exceed the height permitted in the basic use district. (2) Buildings in a planned unit development shall have a minimum area that is equal to or greater than that required in the basic use district. (d) Single Parcel, Lot or Tract. The planned unit development shall be considered as one (1) tract, lot or parcel, and the legal description must define said PUD as a single parcel, lot or tract and be so recorded with the County Register of Deeds. (5) Requirements as to Public Services and Facilities. (a) The development site shall be provided with adequate drainage facilities for surface and storm waters. (b) The site will be accessible from public roads that are adequate to carry the traffic that can be expected to be generated by the development. (c) No undue constraint or burden shall be imposed on public services and facilities, such as fire and police protection, street maintenance, water, sanitary sewer and storm drainage, and maintenance of public areas by the developments. (d) The streets and driveways on the site of the development shall be adequate to serve the residents of the development and, in the case of public dedicated streets, will meet the minimum standards of all applicable ordinances or administrative regulations of the City. (e) Public water and sewer facilities shall be provided. (6) Subsequent Land Division. The division of any land or lands within a planned unit development for the purpose of change or conveyance of ownership may be accomplished pursuant to the land division/subdivision regulations of the City when such division is contemplated. (7) Procedural Requirements for Planned Unit Developments. (a) Pre-Petition Conference. Prior to the official submission of the petition for the approval of a planned unit development, the owner or his agent making such petition shall meet with the Common Council or its staff to discuss the scope and proposed nature of the contemplated development. (b) Petition for Approval. Following the pre-petition conference, the owner or his agent may file a petition with the City Clerk for approval of a planned unit development. Such petition shall be accompanied by a review fee to be set by the Common Council, but in any case of no less than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), as well as incorporate the following information: (1) Informational Statement. A statement which sets forth the relationship of the proposed PUD to the City's adopted comprehensive plan, any project plan for any applicable Tax Increment Financing District, any applicable neighborhood plan or any adopted component thereof, and/or any other applicable plan, and the general character of and the uses to be included in the proposed PUD, including the following information: a. Total area to be included in the PUD, area of open space, residential density computations, proposed number of dwelling units, population analysis, availability of or requirements for municipal services and other similar data pertinent to a comprehensive evaluation of the proposed development. b. A general summary of the estimated value of structures and site improvement costs, including landscaping and special features. c. A general outline of the organizational structure of a property owner's or management's association, which may be proposed to be established for the purpose of providing any necessary private services. d. Any proposed departures from the standards of development as set forth in the City zoning regulations, land subdivision ordinance, other City regulations or administrative rules, or other universal guidelines. e. The expected date of commencement of physical development as set forth in the proposal and an outline of any development staging which is planned. (2) A General Development Plan including: a. A legal description of the boundaries of the subject property included in the proposed PUD and its relationship to surrounding properties. b. The location of public and private roads, driveways, sidewalks and parking facilities. c. The size, arrangement and location of any individual building sites and proposed building groups on each individual site. d. The location of institutional, recreational and open space areas and areas reserved or dedicated for public uses, including schools, parks and drainage ways. e. The type, size and location of all structures. f. General landscape treatment. g. The existing and proposed location of public sanitary sewer, water supply facilities and storm water drainage facilities. h. The existing and proposed location of all private utilities or other easements. i. Characteristics of soils related to contemplated specific uses. j. Existing topography on the site with contours at no greater than two (2) foot intervals. k. Anticipated uses of adjoining lands with respect to roads, surface water drainage and compatibility with existing adjacent land uses. l. If the development is to be staged, a staging plan. m. A plan showing how the entire development can be further subdivided in the future. (c) Public Hearing. The Common Council shall hold public hearing on the petition in the manner provided in section 17.26 for Conditional Uses. (8) Basis for Approval of the Petition for a Planned Unit Development. (a) Requirements. The Plan Commission, in making a determination approving a petition for planned unit development, shall find as follows: (1) That the general requirements made and provided in Section 17.261(3) will be met; (2) That the applicable physical requirements made and provided in Section 17.261(4) will be met; (3) That the requirements as to public services and facilities made and provided in Section 17.261(5) will be met. (b) Proposed Construction Schedule. The Plan Commission, in making its respective recommendation and determination, shall consider the reasonableness of the proposed construction schedule and any staging plan for the physical development of the proposed PUD, commencement of the physical development within one (1) year of approval being deemed reasonable. (c) Residential PUD, Considerations. The Plan Commission, in making its respective recommendation and determination as to a proposed residential planned unit development, shall further consider whether: (1) Such development will create an attractive residential environment of sustained desirability and economic stability, including structures in relation to terrain, consideration of safe pedestrian flow, ready access to recreation space and coordination with overall plans for the community. (2) If applicable, the total net residential density within the planned unit development will be compatible with the City comprehensive plan, any project plan for any applicable Tax Increment Financing District, any applicable neighborhood plan or any adopted component thereof, and/or any other applicable plan, and shall be compatible with the density of the district wherein located. (3) Structure types will be generally compatible with other structural types permitted in the underlying basic use district. To this end, structure type shall be limited as follows: a. Planned residential developments in the R-1, R-2 or R-3 Districts shall not exceed four (4) dwelling units per structure. b. Planned residential developments in the R-4 District shall not exceed sixteen (16) dwelling units per structure. (4) Provision has been made for the installation of adequate public facilities and the continuing maintenance and operation of such facilities if privately owned. (5) Provision has been made for adequate, continuing fire and police protection. (6) The population density of the development will or will not have an adverse effect upon the community's capacity to provide needed school or other municipal service facilities. (7) Adequate guarantee is provided for permanent preservation of open space areas as shown on the general development plan as approved either by private reservation and maintenance or by dedication to the public. (d) Commercial PUD, Considerations. The Common Council, in making their respective recommendation and determination as to a proposed commercial planned unit development, shall further consider whether: (1) The economic practicality of the proposed development can be justified. (2) The proposed development will be served by off-street parking and truck service facilities in accordance with this Chapter. (3) The proposed development shall be adequately provided with, and shall not impose any undue burden on, public services and facilities such as fire and police protection, street maintenance, water, sanitary sewer and storm water drainage and maintenance of public areas. (4) The locations of entrances and exits have been designated to prevent unnecessary interference with the safe and efficient movement of traffic on surrounding streets and that the development will not create any adverse effect upon the general traffic pattern of the surrounding neighborhood. (5) The architectural design, landscaping, control of lighting and general site development will result in an attractive and harmonious service area compatible with and not adversely affecting the property values of the surrounding neighborhood. (e) Industrial PUD, Considerations. The Plan Commission, in making its respective recommendations and determination as to a proposed industrial planned unit development, shall further consider whether: (1) The operational character and physical plant arrangement of buildings will be compatible with the latest in performance standards and industrial development design and will not result in an adverse effect upon the property values of the surrounding neighborhood. (2) The proposed development shall be adequately provided with and shall not impose any undue burden on public services and facilities, such as fire and police protection, street maintenance, water sanitary sewer and storm water drainage and maintenance of public areas. (3) The proposed development will include provision for off-street parking and truck service areas in accordance with this Chapter and will be adequately served by easy-access rail and/or arterial highway facilities. (4) The proposed development is properly related to the total transportation plan of the community and not result in an adverse effect on the Safety and efficiency of the public streets. (f) Mixed Use PUD, Considerations. The Plan Commission, in making its determination as to a proposed mixed use planned unit development, shall further consider whether: (1) The proposed mixture of uses is compatible with the zoning district in which it is located and which, as a total development entity, is compatible with the surrounding neighborhood. (2) The various types of uses conform to the general requirements as herein- before set forth, applicable to projects of such use and character. (3) The proposed development shall be adequately provided with and shall not impose any undue burden on public services and facilities, such as fire and police protection, street maintenance, water, sanitary sewer and storm water drainage and maintenance of public areas. (9) Determination of Disposition of the Petition. (a) General. The Plan Commission, following public hearing thereon and after due consideration, shall either deny the petition, approve the petition as submitted and recommend the petition for consideration by the Common Council, or approve the petition subject to any additional conditions and restrictions the Plan Commission may impose and recommend the petition as so amended for consideration by the Common Council. The Common Council shall take up the petition for approval at the next Common Council meeting following the Plan Commission's approval pursuant to this paragraph. The Common Council shall vote to approve or deny the petition as presented based on the same factors described in this section, but may impose and recommend additional conditions and restrictions or deny a petition approved by the Plan Commission for reasons cited by the Common Council as new or not sufficiently considered by the Plan Commission. (b) Approval. The general and detailed approvals of a planned unit development shall be based on and include, as conditions thereto, the building, site and operational plans for the development as approved by the Common Council. (1) General Approval. The general development plan submitted with the PUD application need not necessarily be completely detailed at the time of petition provided it is insufficient detail to satisfy the Plan Commission and the Common Council as to the general character, scope and appearance of the proposed development. Such plan shall designate the pattern of proposed streets and the size and arrangement of individual buildings and building sites. The approval of such general development plan, by way of approval of the petition, shall be conditioned upon the subsequent submittal and approval of more specific and detailed plans as each stage of development progresses. (2) Detailed Approval. Detail plans must be furnished to the Plan Commission and the Common Council for their consideration and the detailed approval by the Plan Commission and the Common Council of any part or stage of the proposed development shall be required before construction of such part or stage of the development may be commenced. Before plans submitted for detailed approval within the corporate limits will be approved, the petitioner shall give satisfactory proof that he has contracted to install all improvements or file a performance bond ensuring that such improvements will be installed within the time required by the Plan Commission and the Common Council. (c) Changes and Additions. Any subsequent substantial change or addition to the plans or uses shall be submitted for approval to the Plan Commission and if, in the opinion of the Plan Commission, such change or addition constitutes a substantial alteration of the original plan, it shall schedule an additional public hearing in which event the Plan Commission shall schedule a notice of public hearing as for the original petition. Following such public hearing, same general procedure described in subsection (a) above shall be followed. Passed and adopted this 12th day of July 2022 APPROVED Daniel J. Carlson, Mayor ATTEST: Joseph M. Rusch II, City Clerk Planning Commission To the Honorable Mayor and Members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Planning Commission meeting was held on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were Daniel J. Carlson, Mayor, Joseph M. Rusch II, City Clerk, Dan McGrath, Garett Kuhn Dan Hofmeister, Brad Hamilton, Terry Shymanski, Rick Schmidt-DPW, & Brain Krubsack. 1. Conducted Public Hearing regarding proposed Planned Unit Development Ordinance for the 350 Peckham Road Project. 2. Moved by Hamilton Seconded by Shymanski to close Public Hearing. 3. Moved by Hamilton seconded by B. Krubsack to Recommend Ordinance #617 for Planned Unit Development. (McGrath- Yes, Hamilton Yes, B. Krubsack Yes, Kuhn-Yes, Shymanski Yes, Hofmeister- Yes, Schmidt Yes) Respectfully submitted Planning Commission To the Honorable Mayor and Members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Planning Commission meeting was held on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were Daniel J. Carlson, Mayor, Joseph M. Rusch II, City Clerk, Dan McGrath, Garett Kuhn Dan Hofmeister, Brad Hamilton, Terry Shymanski, Rick Schmidt-DPW, & Brain Krubsack. Also in attendance were: William Jack A. Worth and Molly Worth. 1. Discussed William Jack A. Worth's request for a Conditional Use Permit to operate a Lawn Service business at 453 Wood Avenue. (After telephone Discussion with City Attorney Nic Abts, the current lot at 453 Wood Ave is classified as Non-Conforming) 2. Moved by Schmidt seconded by McGrath to reject Application for a Conditional Use Permit at 453 Wood Avenue. (McGrath- Yes, Hamilton Yes, B. Krubsack Yes, Kuhn-Yes, Shymanski Yes, Hofmeister- Yes, Schmidt Yes) 3. Discussed proposed Gildenzoph property Re-zoning. 4. Discussed/reviewed Old Conditional Use Permits. Respectfully submitted Moved by L. Krubsack Seconded by Kuhn that the Planning Commission Committee Reports of June 22, 2022 be accepted as written. Carried. Moved by L. Krubsack Seconded by Kuhn that Item 3 of the Planning Commission Committee Report of June 22, 2022 be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 6 Ayes, 2 Nays. Carried Moved by L. Krubsack Seconded by B. Krubsack that Items 2 of the Planning Commission Committee Report of June 22, 2022 be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 6 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried Wavs and Means To the Honorable Mayor and members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Ways and Means meeting was held on Tuesday July 12, 2022 at 6:30 PM in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were: Mike Kumm - Chairman, Brian Krubsack Secretary, Tony Carlson and Garett Kuhn. Also in attendance were Mayor Dan Carlson, Dan Downing, Larry Krubsack, Kathy Drews, Elaine Wolfe, and Police Chief Shawn Woods. 1. Audited the Bill lists 2. Recommend approving attached list for Beverage Operators License Operator's License Rachel Lynn Carpenter Katherine M Maisells Brittney Marie Schmidt Mark Philip Sylvester Jennifer Lee Hansen Scott Bloyd Bobbi Hanneman Katherine Ann Martin Alecia Rodriguez Atochou Gair Walta Theresa M. Walta 3. Recommend sending Treasurer and Court Clerk to 2022 Fall MTAW Conference and Municipal Court Clerk Seminar 4. Recommend $1500 donation for Heart of Wisconsin Teen Leadership Program 5. Recommend Sponsoring Hole for Heart of Wisconsin Summer Hummer Golf outing for $400. Respectfully submitted Moved by Kumm Seconded by L. Krubsack that the Ways & Means Committee Report of July 12, 2022 be accepted as written. Carried. Moved by Kumm Seconded by A. Carlson that Items 1-5 of the Ways & Means Committee Report of July 12, 2022 be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 6 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried Public Works To the Honorable Mayor and Members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Public Works meeting was held on Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were Larry Krubsack Chairperson, Dan Downing, Secretary, Mike Kumm, Garett Kuhn Also in attendance were: Mayor Dan Carlson, Brian Krubsack, Brad Hamilton, Rick Schmidt-DPW, Anthony Carlson (via zoom). 1. Recommend having Alliant Energy replace lights on Bridge at a cost not to exceed $6,000. 2. Recommend having Alliant Energy De-Energize power at the old Basketball Court with Public Works removing light pole and asphalt. 3. Discussion held on Evaluating Freeman Boat Landing property and developing a plan for other uses. 4. Discussion held on consideration of Placing dumpsters at the Municipal Garage for city residents for bulk items. 5. Discussion on setting up a process for Dead Tree removals on Private Property. 6. Training equipment and seminars - None Respectfully submitted Moved by L. Krubsack Seconded by A. Carlson that the Public Works Committee Report of July 5, 2022 be accepted as written. Carried. Moved by L. Krubsack Seconded by Kuhn that Items 1-2 of the Public Works Committee Report of July 5, 2022 be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 6 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried Public Safetv To the Honorable Mayor and members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Public Safety Committee meeting was held on Tuesday July 5, 2022 at 6:30 PM in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were: Brian Krubsack - Chairman, Brad Hamilton Secretary, Tony Carlson and Mike Kumm. Also in attendance were Mayor Dan Carlson, Larry Krubsack, Dan Downing, Garett Kuhn, Fire Chief Mike Hartje, Asst. Fire Chief Dave Rheinschmidt and Police Chief Shawn Woods. 1. Reviewed Fire Department monthly report. 2. Recommend accepting Pat Rowe and Josh Jenson retirement from the Fire Department 3. Reviewed Police Chief's monthly report. 4. Recommend Police Chief attends WI. Chiefs of Police Conference in Green Bay August 7-10, 2022 per city handbook. Respectfully submitted Moved by B. Krubsack Seconded by A. Carlson that the Public Safety Committee Report of July 5, 2022 be accepted as written. Carried. Moved by B. Krubsack Seconded by L. Krubsack that Items 2 & 4 of the Public Safety Committee Report of July 5, 2022 be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 6 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried Property Recreation & Human Affairs To the Honorable Mayor and Members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Property Recreation & Human Affairs meeting was held on Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 5:45 p.m. in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were Mike Kumm Chairperson, Dan Downing Secretary, Garett Kuhn Larry Krubsack Also in attendance were: Mayor Dan Carlson, Brad Hamilton, Brian Krubsack, Rick Schmidt-DPW, Shawn Woods, Police Chief, Gerald Carlson, Anthony Carlson, Mark Edwards, Robin Edwards, Greg Erickson, & John Clary. 1. Discussion on current ordinance for storage containers. Recommend holding over current ordinance until next month. 2. Discussion held on the City Deer population. 3. Discussion held regarding cattle on property next to Gerald Carlson. 4. Recommend fencing for Generator/Dumpster Area with cost not to exceed $8,395.00. 5. Discussion held on Wi-Fi use in the City Parks. 6. Discussion on Wood County Planning to complete an updated Zoning and Future Land Use Map. 7. Recommend Council go to Role of the Zoning Board of Adjustment/Appeals on July 14, 2022 from 4:00-6:30 p.m. at a cost of $35.00. Respectfully submitted Moved by Kumm Seconded by Kuhn that the Property Committee Report of July 5, 2022 be accepted as written. Carried. Moved by Kumm Seconded by A. Carlson that Items 1,4,7 of the Property Recreation & Human Affairs Committee Report of July 5, 2022 be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 6 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried Moved by L. Krubsack Seconded by Kuhn to accept the Department Head monthly reports as written. Carried General Disbursements72,763.53 Water/Sewer Disbursements570,357.03 Payroll129,357.03 Moved by A. Carlson Seconded by L. Krubsack to pay all bills as written and read. Roll Call Vote: 6 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried Moved by A. Carlson Seconded by Kuhn to adjourn. Carried Respectfully Submitted Joseph M. Rusch II City Clerk Run: July 19, 2022 WNAXLP


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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Contractors are invited to bid on the Village of Weston Salt Structure located at 4747 Camp Phillips Road, Weston WI 54476, as described in the Drawings and Specifications dated August 04, 2022 as prepared by: Kueny Architects, LLC 10505 Corporate Drive, Suite 100, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin 53158. Phone number (414) 690-3197 jonw@kuenyarch.com A Pre-Bid meeting will be held on August 18, 2022 at 10:30 AM at Site location 4747 Camp Philips Road, Weston WI 54476. Sealed Bids will be received by the Village of Weston 5500 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 on September 01, 2022 at the receptionist's desk in the main office up until 2:00 PM Central Standard Time. At that time Bids will be opened publicly read aloud for consideration by the Owner. The project consists of three salt structure options for bidding. Bid Option #01 to include the construction of a new salt structure. The structure is to contain concrete retaining walls with a wood truss roof framing system. Bid Option #2 to include the construction of a new salt structure. The structure is to contain timber columns and wood framed construction. Bid Option #03 to include the disassembling of the existing salt structure (located at the existing Village Hall) and reassembling at the new site. In addition, the bid is to include construction of a lean-to style bin storage building. Bids will be based on a single lump sum for the following separate Contracts: 1. General The Contract Documents, including Plans and Specifications are on file with: 1. McGraw Hill / Dodge 2. Bid Ocean Inc. 3. La Force Inc. 4. Bid Tool 5. Daily Reporter 6. AGC Builders Exchange 7. Blue Book Plans and Specification may be access online from BPI Inc.'s project portal, send an email to dfs@bpicolor.com with the project name in the subject line. Include the Company Name, Contact Person, and a valid email address that can receive correspondence regarding the project. Contact BPI (414) 327-5010 with any questions. Bidders may be required to submit a brief statement of their qualifications to the Architect before submitting a Bid. All Bidders will be required to submit a complete list of subcontractors with their proposals within 24 hours after bid due date. All Bids will remain firm for a period of 90 days after the opening date. A certified check or a satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the Bidder and satisfactory Surety Company in the amount of 10% of the Bid made payable to The Village of Weston, shall accompany each bid. Successful Bidders will be required to furnish and pay for a satisfactory Performance Bond, and Labor and Materials Bond in the amount of 100% of the Contract. The Owner reserves the right to accept or reject any and all Bids in their best interest. Run: 8/02, 8/09/2022 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CITY OF APPLETON DEPARTMENT OF UTILITIES Calumet, Outagamie & Winnebago Counties, Wisconsin OWNER - The City of Appleton, acting through its Department of Utilities, hereby gives notice that sealed Bids will be received in the City of Appleton City Hall for the following described project. PROJECT The work covered by these Contract Documents consists of installation of a temporary dewatering pump in the aeration tank sumps, removal of existing joint filler, injection grouting of all construction joints in the floor slabs, installation of oakum in construction joints, removal of existing floor slab pressure relief valves and installation of new pressure relief valves and other items described in the Bidding Documents for the Aeration Tank #1 Project complete and operational for the City of Appleton, Department of Utilities, Calumet, Outagamie & Winnebago Counties, Wisconsin. Bids will be received on the following Contract: Contract No. A0005-09-22-00379 WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AERATION TANK #1 REPAIRS PROJECT TIME Sealed Bids will be received until 1:45 p.m., local time and opened and read aloud at 2:00 p.m., local time, on August 23, 2022, in the City of Appleton, City Hall, 6th Floor, Council Chambers, 100 North Appleton Street, Appleton, Wisconsin, 54911. BIDS All Bids shall be addressed to Kami Lynch, City Clerk, City of Appleton, City Center Building, 100 North Appleton Street, 6th Floor, Appleton, Wisconsin, 54911. Bids shall be sealed and shall have the name and address of the Bidder and the Contract for which the Bid is being submitted on the outside of the envelope. All Bidders shall Bid in accord¬ance with and upon the Bid Forms included in the Contract Documents. EXAMINATION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS The Project Documents are on file for inspection at the offices of McMahon Associates, Inc., 1445 McMahon Drive, Neenah, Wisconsin 54956. PROCUREMENT OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS In order to be a 'Plan Holder' or 'Bidder', each firm or organization shall download Bidding Documents from the McMahon Associates, Inc. website (www.mcmgrp.com) utilizing QuestCDN eBidDocTM. Complete digital Bidding Documents are available at www.mcmgrp.com or www.questcdn.com. Digital Bidding Documents may be downloaded for a non-refundable $50.00 by inputting Quest Project No. 8254433 on the website's Project Search page. Contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. BID SECURITY No Bid shall be received unless accompanied by a Certified Check or satisfactory Bid Bond payable to the City of Appleton in an amount not less than 5% of the maximum Bid as a guaran-tee that, if the Bid is accepted, the Bidder will execute and file the Contract, Performance/Payment Bonds and Insurance Certifica¬tion, as required by the Contract Documents, within 15-days after the Notice of Award. BID REJECTION The OWNER reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, waive any informalities in Bidding or to accept the Bid or Bids which best serves the interests of the City of Appleton. WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS No Bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60-days after the scheduled opening without the consent of the OWNER. MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING & PROJECT WALK-THROUGH - A Mandatory Pre Bid Meeting and Project Walk-Through will be held on August 2, 2022 at 9:00 a.m., local time, at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, 2006 East Newberry Street, Appleton, WI. All Bidders are required to attend. PROOF OF RESPONSIBILITY A Proof Of Responsibility (Pre-Qualification) Form for all Contracts in excess of $10,000 must be filed in the office of the City Clerk, City of Appleton, City Center Building, 100 North Appleton Street, Sixth Floor, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911 not later than 5-calendar days prior to the date of receiving Bids, and shall show sufficient ability, equipment and experience to properly perform the Contract. The City of Appleton's decision as to qualifications shall be final. GOVERNING LAWS & REGULATIONS The Contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 66.0901, 66.0903 and 779.14 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Published by the authority of the City of Appleton, acting through its Department of Utilities. CITY OF APPLETON KAMI LYNCH, CITY CLERK Calumet, Outagamie & Winnebago Counties, Wisconsin Run: August 9, 16, 2022 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS WOOD COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT POLYMER OVERLAY WOOD COUNTY, WISCONSIN The Wood County Highway Infrastructure and Recreation Committee will accept sealed bids only (no faxed bids accepted) up until 10:00 A.M. (CST) - (WARNING - Mail delivery is after 10:00 A.M.) on WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3, 2022 at the Highway Commissioner's Office, 555 - 17th Avenue North, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495-1966 for the following: POLYMER OVERLAY: BASE BID: CTH N, T, & E Bridge Deck Overlays totaling approximately 3,233 SF OPTIONAL: CTH K Bridge Deck Overlay totaling approximately 1,121 SF Specifications, Bidding Procedure and Forms may be obtained by applying at the above office. The Committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid they deem most advantageous to Wood County. By Order of the Wood County Highway Infrastructure and Recreation Committee Joel Ortman, P.E. Highway Engineer Wood County Highway Department Roland Hawk, Highway Commissioner Run: July 20, 27, 2022 wnaxlp


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS WOOD COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT POLYMER OVERLAY WOOD COUNTY, WISCONSIN The Wood County Highway Infrastructure and Recreation Committee will accept sealed bids only (no faxed bids accepted) up until 10:00 A.M. (CST) - (WARNING - Mail delivery is after 10:00 A.M.) on WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3, 2022 at the Highway Commissioner's Office, 555 - 17th Avenue North, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495-1966 for the following: POLYMER OVERLAY: BASE BID: CTH N, T, & E Bridge Deck Overlays totaling approximately 3,233 SF OPTIONAL: CTH K Bridge Deck Overlay totaling approximately 1,121 SF Specifications, Bidding Procedure and Forms may be obtained by applying at the above office. The Committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid they deem most advantageous to Wood County. By Order of the Wood County Highway Infrastructure and Recreation Committee Joel Ortman, P.E. Highway Engineer Wood County Highway Department Roland Hawk, Highway Commissioner Run: July 20, 27, 2022 wnaxlp


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS WISCONSIN RAPIDS SISP SIGNAL IMPROVEMENT DESIGN CITY OF WISCONSIN RAPIDS WOOD COUNTY, WI The City Of Wisconsin Rapids will receive and accept bids ONLY through QuestCDN.com via the online electronic bid service (QuestvBid) for the construction of Wisconsin Rapids SISP Signal Improvement Design until Wednesday, August 10, 2022, at 10:00AM. All bids will be downloaded and publicly read aloud during a virtual public bid opening that will be held at the day and time of the bid closing. All planholders will receive information via Quest on how to join the virtual meeting prior to the bid opening. The work for which bids are asked includes the following: W Riverview Expressway & High Street: New traffic signal control cabinet Traffic signal head replacements Traffic signal rewiring Install video detection W Riverview Expressway & W Grand Avenue: New traffic signal control cabinet Temporary traffic signal Remove existing traffic signal poles and bases Install traffic signal monotubes and concrete bases Traffic signal head replacements Traffic signal rewiring Curb ramp Sidewalk Coordination with adjacent Jackson Street reconstruction project (2022 work only) W Riverview Expressway & Chase Street: New traffic signal control cabinet Traffic signal rewiring Install video detection The anticipated substantial completion date is April 28, 2023 and final completion date is May 26, 2023. Planholders list will be updated interactively on our web address at http://www.msa-ps.com under Bidding. Copies of the BIDDING DOCUMENTS are available at www.questcdn.com. QuestCDN Vbid system requires Bidders to purchase BIDDING DOCUMENTS from QuestCDN. You may download the digital plan documents for $15 by inputting Quest eBidDoc #8267229 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with the digital project information. No proposal will be accepted unless accompanied by a certified check or bid bond equal to at least 5% of the amount bid, payable to the OWNER as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 15 days after the award of the contract. BIDDER is required to deliver the original certified check or bid bond within the 72 hours of bid opening to MSA Professional Services, Inc., Attn: Daniel Borchardt, 146 North Central Avenue, Suite 201, Marshfield, WI 54449. The certified check or bid bond will be returned to the bidder as soon as the contract is signed, and if after 15 days the bidder shall fail to do so, the certified check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the OWNER as liquidated damages. No bid may be withdrawn within 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. Pursuant to Section 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes, the minimum wages to be paid on the project shall be in accordance with the wage rate scale established by local wage rates. This project is funded in part by the WisDOT Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) (WisDOT Project ID 3700-40-32) OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Published by the authority of the City Of Wisconsin Rapids. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 1702 Pankratz Street Madison, WI 53704 Brian Huibregtse, P.E. (608) 242-6650 Run: July 27, August 3, 2022 WNAXLP


Advertisement of Sale The personal property of Christina Vilchis-Lopez currently located in space: E41 at Multi Storage LLC, self-storage facility located at 975 Plank Rd, Menasha, WI 54952 will be sold on Saturday August 6, 2022 at 9:00am in Menasha in accordance with section 704.90(6) of the Wisconsin Statutes. Property consists of household, personal items and lumber. Persons of interest may contact manager at 920-722-3332. Dated: July 20, 2022 Multi-Storage, LLC By: Libbe Bergstrom For Multi-Storage, LLC PO BOX 694 Menasha, WI 54952 920-722-3332 Run: July 22, 29, 2022 WNAXLP


Advertisement of Sale The properties of James Vaughan and Racheal Bordelon currently located in respective spaces G40 and H18 at Multi Storage LLC, self-storage facility located at 2201 W Waukau Ave, Oshkosh, WI 54904 will be sold on Saturday, August 6, 2022 starting at 10:15am in accordance with section 704.90(6) of the Wisconsin Statutes. Property consists of household/personal items. Persons of interest may contact manager at 920-722-3332. Dated: July 20, 2022 Multi-Storage, LLC By: Libbe Bergstrom For Multi-Storage, LLC PO BOX 694 Menasha, WI 54952 920-722-3332 Run: July 22, 29, 2022 WNAXLP


AFFIDAVIT OF ATTEMPTED SERVICE STATE OF WISCONSIN PORTAGE COUNTY I, Pamela R. Przybelski, the Treasurer of Portage County, being sworn, state that on July 21, 2022, service by certified mail of Notice of Application for Issue of Tax Deed for unpaid 2019 taxes was attempted on the following parcels: The certified card was signed by only one owner, one addressee: 032240913-11.06 owned by Eric Gagas and Carla Groshek at 1285 County Road I, Custer, WI 54423 The certified card was returned unsigned: 006231001-09.02 owned by Jeff and Lorraine Trapp at 10980 Bestul Road, Scandinavia, WI 54977 006231001-10.02 owned by Jeff and Lorraine Trapp at 10980 Bestul Road, Scandinavia, WI 54977 006231001-12.02 owned by Jeff and Lorraine Trapp at 10980 Bestul Road, Scandinavia, WI 54977 Given under my hand at the office of the County Treasurer in Portage County, Wisconsin on August 2nd, 2022. Pamela R. Przybelski County Treasurer Portage County, Wisconsin RUN: August 8,16,24,2022 WNAXLP


AFFIDAVIT OF ATTEMPTED SERVICE STATE OF WISCONSIN PORTAGE COUNTY I, Pamela R. Przybelski, the Treasurer of Portage County, being sworn, state that on June 6, 2022, service by certified mail of Notice of Application for Issue of Tax Deed for unpaid 2019 taxes was attempted on the following parcels: The certified card was signed by only one owner, one addressee: 004210903:04.02 owned by JEFFREY S LYTLE & DAWN M LYTLE at 7865 4TH ST, ALMOND, WI 54909 006231014-02.04 owned by ANJI N POLSKI & JAIMY J SHANKLIN at 9571 COUNTY ROAD SS , AMHERST JUNCTION, WI 54407 014250836-04.01 owned by JASON S NAPIWOCKI & JACLYN BARDEN at 2658 COUNTY ROAD Y , STEVENS POINT, WI 54482 018210720-11.11 owned by ERIC KLAFKA ETAL & C/O BERNARD KLAFKA JR at 9031 TOWER RD , WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WI 54494 022221003-01.01 owned by THOMAS L DIEDRICH & CARRIE M DIEDRICH at 10317 OTTO RD , AMHERST, WI 54406 022221018-09.04 owned by ANDREW P MOSEY & JAMES S MOSEY at 9004 RILEY RD , AMHERST, WI 54406 022221018-14.04 owned by ANDREW P MOSEY & JAMES S MOSEY at 9004 RILEY RD , AMHERST, WI 54406 17344C2920 owned by XANTHUS ENTRP LLC at 2200 EAGLE SUMMIT , STEVENS POINT, WI 54482 17344C2923 owned by XANTHUS ENTRP LLC at 2200 EAGLE SUMMIT , STEVENS POINT, WI 54482 281240829300302 owned by JOHN E JOHNSON & CHERYL SLAGOWSKI at 100 MEADOW ST , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281240829303907 owned by DOROTHY KOLINSKI & SCOTT & LYN JACOBY at PO BOX 5569 , SHERMAN OAKS, CA 91413 281240831401418 owned by GARY R HOPPA & DAWN HOPPA at 217 WEST PLEASANT ST , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281240833200819 owned by GREGORY G KLISH & DAWN M KLISH at 1717 RESERVE ST , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281240833300502 owned by JEFFREY L KEEL & CHRIS E KEEL at 2225 JEFFERSON ST , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 The certified card was not returned: 0347514 owned by JOSEPH T GUNNING at 625 S MAIN ST, OCONTO FALLS, WI 54154-1238 012240709-01.04 owned by TROY M MEYER at 2214 COUNTY ROAD HH W , JUNCTION CITY, WI 54443 014250836-01.01 owned by TCHAVATRINA LO & BOL VUE at 2796 N CTY ROAD Y , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 191430413 owned by JEFFREY T BLAES & CRYSTAL L BLAES at 521 CHESTNUT ST , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281230805101516 owned by JOHN W JOHNSON & CANDICE L SOIK-JOHNSON at 2840 HENRIETTA ST , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281240833401136 owned by RICHARD P COONEY & PATRICIA A COONEY at 3000 CENTER ST , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 The certified card was returned unsigned: 281240833401127 owned by JOHN A PERZEWSKI at 2941 OAK ST, STEVENS POINT, WI 54481-4156 The letter was returned 'unable to forward': 004210908-07 owned by DANIEL J WARA & AMY L WARA at 835 POWERS ST, OSHKOSH, WI 54901 004210908-10.04 owned by DANIEL J WARA & AMY L WARA at 835 POWERS ST, OSHKOSH, WI 54901 004210908-10.07 owned by DANIEL J WARA & AMY L WARA at 835 POWERS ST, OSHKOSH, WI 54901 004210918:19.01 owned by JOSE ZARAGOSA at PO BOX 216, BANCROFT, WI 54921 006231028-05.09 owned by MAY A PETERSON at 9771 PACKER AVE, AMHERST, WI 54406 010220925-11.01 owned by DAVID C HINTZ & HEATHER A HINTZ at 7335 HINTZ RD, ALMOND, WI 54909 012240727-06.02 owned by FORREST BUGAJ at 733 BUKOLT AVE, STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 018210731-10.04 owned by ALLEN B WEST at 8127 STATE HIGHWAY 73 S, WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WI 54494 018220706-03.01 owned by WILLIAM D JINSKY & MARJORIE J JINSKY at 1110 21ST ST N, WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WI 54494 020240806-03.09 owned by JAMES S SALVINSKI at 2231 NORTH SECOND DR, STEVENS POINT, WI 54482 022221031-08.03 owned by CARRIE A VOLK at 205 S DIVISION ST APT 209, WAUPACA, WI 54981 022221031-08.07 owned by MATTHEW J HEINZ at 7558 OAK HILLS DR, ALMOND, WI 54909 101210934-06.07 owned by ELIZABETH D YSQUIERDO at PO BOX 216, BANCROFT, WI 54921 102231021-14.14 owned by PORFIRIA G VALCQ at 117 DEPOT ST, AMHERST, WI 54406 17344B3601 owned by ANGELA G ZDROIK at 520 ELMORE ST, GREEN BAY, WI 54303 281240829301802 owned by RICHARD P III MAKUSKI at 749 FIFTH AVE, STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281240830401321 owned by MARY C GAGAS IRRV TRUST at 232 FRANKLIN STREET , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 The letter was signed for by someone other than the addressee: 004210919-02.02 owned by DOUGLAS E KNOLL & REBECCA A KNOLL at 9021 COUNTY ROAD BB, PLAINFIELD, WI 54966 010220907:14.03 owned by CHESTER BIADASZ at 6387 OLD AMISH RD, PLOVER, WI 54467 010220907:14.15 owned by CHESTER BIADASZ at 6387 OLD AMISH RD, PLOVER, WI 54467 010220907:14.16 owned by CHESTER BIADASZ at 6387 OLD AMISH RD, PLOVER, WI 54467 010220907:14.18 owned by CHESTER BIADASZ at 6387 OLD AMISH RD, PLOVER, WI 54467 0345503 owned by KEVIN D EUL & TIFFANY KLEVEN at 6717 HILLCREST DR, STEVENS POINT, WI 54482 101210934-06.02 owned by RONALD DISHER at 1199 COUNTY ROAD D, ALMOND, WI 54909 161231005-16.01B owned by JAIMY J SHANKLIN at 9571 COUNTY ROAD SS, AMHERST JUNCTION, WI 54407 161231005-16.01C owned by JAIMY J SHANKLIN at 9571 COUNTY ROAD SS, AMHERST JUNCTION, WI 54407 161231005-16.02 owned by JAIMY J SHANKLIN at 9571 COUNTY ROAD SS, AMHERST JUNCTION, WI 54407 17680040101 owned by R & R INVESTMENTS OF MANAWA LLC at 10249 SAUMER ROAD, ROSHOLT, WI 54473 1912910021C owned by DUANE A DAWLEY at 3119 CHERRY ST , STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281230804100915 owned by JENNIE H BEADLE at C/O BRAD BEADLE 4835 HOOVER AVE S, PLOVER, WI 54467 281240833301028 owned by GINGER M GRANT at 2244 MADISON ST, STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 The signature on the certified cards was illegible: 018210731-10.03 owned by ROBERT J JR KUHN & CRYSTAL E KUHN at 8021 STATE HIGHWAY 73, WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WI 54494 17344D18 owned by DOUGLAS D TUSZKE & DANA J TUSZKE at 2131 JELINSKI CIR, PLOVER, WI 54467 17349C17 owned by FREEDOM VANS LLC at W9491 COUNTY ROAD B, BRYANT, WI 54418 281240828302437 owned by PARTNERS APARTMENTS LLC at 2600 STANLEY ST, STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281240832402604 owned by AMANDA R SCHENK at 2109 STRONGS AVE, STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 281240833301041 owned by TOU LEE XIONG & ANN VANG at 2228 MADISON ST, STEVENS POINT, WI 54481 Given under my hand at the office of the County Treasurer in Portage County, Wisconsin on July 12th, 2022. Pamela R. Przybelski County Treasurer Portage County, Wisconsin Run: July 15, 18, 26, 2022 wnaxlp


AGENDA EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD---JULY 18, 2022 AT 6:00PM NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD WILL MEET ON MONDAY, JULY 18, 2022 AT 6:00PM AT THE TOWN HALL, 5242 COUNTY I (EAST OF CARLSVILLE) WITH THE FOLLOWING AGENDA: 1. CALL TO ORDER WITH ROLL CALL 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ADOPT THE AGENDA 4. APPROVE MINUTES 5. APPROVE FINANCIAL REPORT 6. OPEN SESSION-This is an opportunity for members of the audience to bring to the Town Board's attention any concerns regarding items listed on or not listed on the agenda. Comments will be limited to three (3) minutes per person with a maximum of (10) minutes for all items. 7. PROPOSED STORAGE UNITS BY DJT VENTURES. SET PUBLIC HEARING DATE. 8. UPDATE FROM ATTORNEY NESBITT ON USES OF EGG HARBOR CAMPGROUND. 9. PROPOSALS ON CURB SIDE PICK-UP. 10. TOWN ROADS FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONSHERITAGE LAKE ROAD 11. TOWN ORDINANCES 12. REPORTS: A. PLANNING COMMISSION B. LICENSES, BUILDING & SIGN PERMITS C. COUNTY BOARD REPRESENTATIVE MONTHLY REPORT D. DOOR COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVE MONTHLY REPORT; COMMUNITY MARKETING FUND DISTRIBUTION. 13. TOWN HALL, BUILDINGS & GROUNDS, TOWN PROPERTY 14. JOINT TOWN AND VILLAGE MATTERS A. FIRE STATION/BALL FIELD/CEMETERY/RECYCLING B. FIRE COMMISSION 15. CORRESPONDENCE 16. APPROVE VOUCHERS 17. ADJOURNMENT PAUL PETERSON, CHAIRMAN TAKE NOTE THAT ALL ITEMS ON THE FOLLOWING MATTERS MAY BE REVIEWED AND ACTED ON. Notice is given that if a majority of the Plan Commission is present at this meeting, it will constitute a Plan Commission Meeting although no formal action will be taken. J.P. Express--Door County Coffee & Tea--Egg Harbor Town Hall Town Web Site: www.townofeggharbor.org Run: July 16, 2022 WNAXLP


AGENDA GREEN BAY METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT COMMISSION MEETING July 20, 2022 Hybrid meeting held both via Zoom Videoconference and in the Daniel J. Alesch Training Center, 2231 N. Quincy Street (If a member of the public or a customer would like to participate in the meeting via Zoom, please contact NEW Water at 920-432-4893 for access to the videoconference) 8:30 a.m. Vision: Protecting our most valuable resource, water 1) Convene in closed session under State Statute 19.85(1)(e) for the purpose of deliberating or negotiating the purchase of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session and State Statute 19.85 (1) (g) for the purpose of conferring with legal counsel for the Commission who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the Commission with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved: a) Litigation involving Bayview Interceptor b) Potential litigation resulting from environmental testing by significant industrial user c) Discussion of negotiation strategy concerning an industrial customer 2) Reconvene in open session. 3) Safety moment. 4) Approval of minutes of Commission meeting held June 22, 2022. 5) Request Commission adoption of Liquids Facility Plan. 6) Request Commission approval to close out the Green Bay Facility Thickener Effluent Piping Replacement Project and issue final payment of $28,115 to J.F. Ahem Co. 7) Request Commission approval to award the construction contract for the Green Bay Facility 2022 HVAC Improvements Project #21-032-CO to J.F. Ahern Co. 8) Request Commission approval of Amendment No. 1 for the Green Bay Facility Service Water System Upgrades Project #17-0022-DS with Strand Associates, Inc. for additional engineering services in the amount of $44,000. 9) Draft 2023 NEW Water budget review 10) June financials. 11) Sewer plan approvals: a) Village of Bellevue, Town Hall Road West Extension, GBMSD Request #2022-21,Tributary Interceptor: East River Bellevue Interceptor (ERB) 12) Update of projects: a) Project Updates Summary b) Ninth Street Interceptor Rehabilitation Project c) DPF Tertiary Filtration and Service Water Improvements Project 13) June 2022 Operations report. 14) Executive Director's report: a) August Commission meeting b) COVID-19 update Run: July 19, 2022 WNAXLP


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AN ORDINANCE OFFICIAL NOTICE Published by Authority of the Common Council of the City of Appleton Office of the City Clerk, Appleton Notice is hereby given that the following Ordinances were adopted by the Common Council on July 20, 2022 and approved by the Mayor on the 20th day of July 2022. 45-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 6/15/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby created as follows. This ordinance supersedes and repeals any conflicting ordinance regarding parking in the designated area. Parking be prohibited from December 1st to April 1st on the east side of Driscoll Street from Charles Street to a point 725 feet north of Charles Street. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. 46-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 6/15/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby created as follows. This ordinance supersedes and repeals any conflicting ordinance regarding parking in the designated area. Parking be prohibited on Harris Street from Appleton Street to a point 23 feet east of Harris Street. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. 47-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-43 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO NO LEFT TURN INTERSECTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 6/15/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-43 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to no left turn intersections, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 19-42. No left turn intersections. No operator of a vehicle shall turn left on the following streets: College Avenue at Rankin Street, eastbound traffic. College Avenue at Rankin Street, westbound traffic. East approach of Commercial Street at Mason Street. Eastbound College Avenue at private the driveway located on the north side of College Avenue approximately 250 feet west of Badger Avenue. Front Street at South Memorial Drive, eastbound traffic. Northbound traffic entering Calumet Street from the private driveway located on the south side of Calumet Street (approximately 705 feet west of Kensington Drive). Northbound traffic entering College Avenue from the driveway located on the south side of at College Avenue, approximately 200 feet east of Badger Avenue. Northbound traffic entering College Avenue from the driveway located on the south side of College Avenue, approximately 250 feet east of Linwood Avenue. Northbound traffic entering Lake Park Road from the driveway located on the west side of Lake Park Road, at a location 110 feet south of Calumet Street. South Badger Avenue at Memorial Drive, southbound traffic. South Memorial Drive at Front Street, northbound traffic. South Memorial Drive at Prospect Avenue, southbound traffic. Southbound traffic entering College Avenue from the driveway located on the north side of at College Avenue (approximately 250 feet west of Badger Avenue). Southbound traffic entering Edgewood Drive (CTH "JJ") from the driveway located 650 feet east of Ballard Road (CTH "E"). Southbound traffic entering Edgewood Drive (CTH "JJ") from the driveway located 300 feet east of Ballard Road (CTH "E"). State Street at the West College Avenue south alley, southbound traffic, from 10:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m., except for police vehicles. Westbound Calumet Street at private the driveway located on the south side of Calumet Street approximately 705 feet west of Kensington Drive. Westbound City Center Street at Appleton Street. Westbound traffic entering Kensington Drive from the private driveway located on the east side of Kensington Drive, at a location 180 feet south of Calumet Street. *text is to be removed. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. 48-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-5 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO THE ERECTION OF OFFICIAL TRAFFIC SIGNS AND SIGNALS. (Municipal Services Committee 6/15/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-5 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to the erection of official traffic signs and signals, is hereby created as follows: REMOVE STOP SIGN: For Westbound Pacific Street at Appleton Street Section 2: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to erect and maintain the appropriate standard traffic signs, signals and markings, giving notice of the provisions of this Ordinance. 49-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-5 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO THE ERECTION OF OFFICIAL TRAFFIC SIGNS AND SIGNALS. (Municipal Services Committee 6/15/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-5 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to the erection of official traffic signs and signals, is hereby created as follows: REPLACE YIELD SIGN WITH A STOP SIGN: For Southbound Appleton Street at the Appleton Street/Pacific Street curve Section 2: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to erect and maintain the appropriate standard traffic signs, signals and markings, giving notice of the provisions of this Ordinance. 50-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-5 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO THE ERECTION OF OFFICIAL TRAFFIC SIGNS AND SIGNALS. (Municipal Services Committee 6/15/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-5 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to the erection of official traffic signs and signals, is hereby created as follows: REPLACE YIELD SIGN WITH A STOP SIGN: For Northbound Oneida Street at the Oneida Street/Pacific Street curve Section 2: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to erect and maintain the appropriate standard traffic signs, signals and markings, giving notice of the provisions of this Ordinance. 51-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-42 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO ONE-WAY STREETS. (Municipal Services Committee 6/15/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-42 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to one-way streets, is hereby amended as follows: Designate the following as a one-way street: Appleton Street from Pacific Street to the Appleton Street/Pacific Street curve (one-way southbound). Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: July 20, 2022 /s/Jacob A. Woodford, Mayor /s/Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: July 25, 2022; wnaxlp


AN ORDINANCE OFFICIAL NOTICE Published by Authority of the Common Council of the City of Appleton Office of the City Clerk, Appleton Notice is hereby given that the following Ordinances were adopted by the Common Council on August 3, 2022 and approved by the Mayor on the 3rd day of August 2022. 52-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 7/20/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby created as follows. This ordinance supersedes and repeals any conflicting ordinance regarding parking in the designated area. Parking be restricted to vehicles displaying handicapped license plates or Wisconsin Handicapped permit only on the west side of Morrison Street from Franklin Street to a point 35 feet north of Franklin Street. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: August 3, 2022 /s/Jacob A. Woodford, Mayor /s/Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: August 8, 2022 WNAXLP


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ANTIQUES WANTED Old advertising- beer soda, gas, milk, trade signs, etc. barn lanterns, milk cans, barn lumber tools, work benches, furniture, crocks, decoys, jewelry, silver coins Before 1964, & toys. No Commission Fees Bring it in or call for appointment & details. Cash Paid! Ebert's Antiques 920-682-0687


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Appleton, Rummage/Estate, 1821 W. Wisconsin Ave, August 12 and 13, Fri: 8-4, Sat: 8-3. We have MASSIVE amounts of stuff! Everything is HALF-PRICE! We have FOUR rooms full of stuff that we've unearthed from Mom's collections. Fenton, Roseville, Carnival glass, Candlewick, collector Barbies, Corelle, Pyrex, Pfaltzgraff, duck decoys, chandeliers, furniture, antiques, mirrors, lamps, clothing, vintage coats and Walborg purses, loads of Christmas décor, tables, dressers, jewelry, vintage glass paperweights, cedar chest, clawfoot table and chairs, vintage record albums, wooden blocks, crystal, antique toys, bikes, player piano and music rolls, and more! Warehouse located at 1821 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Appleton. Follow driveway to back of building for parking, entrance on the side.

   
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Auction at Lakeshore Mini Storage, 2424 Johnston Drive, Manitowoc, WI., Thursday, July 14th, at 1:00 PM. Outside Storage space OS-11, TJ Martin lessee. 25' Cabin Cruiser on a dual axle EZ loader trailer. Run: July 27, 2022; wnaxlp


716 Jaster St

Back to School Rummage Sale, 716 Jaster St, Thur: 8-4, Furniture, dog kennels, clothes, housewares, holidays, backpacks, bicycles, electronics, grills, lap top, mini fridge, DVDs, ladder, tools, and much more... Near Eisenhower Elementary School & Central Church

   
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Before The State of Wisconsin DIVISION OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS In the Matter of the Dealer Bond Claim Against Specialty Auto Sales, LLC. Case No: DOT-22-0019 PUBLIC NOTICE OF TIME TO FILE DEALER BOND CLAIMS NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH CLAIMS AGAINST THE MOTOR VEHICLE DEALER BOND OF SPECIALTY AUTO SALES, LLC 1. Specialty Auto Sales, LLC (Dealer) is a motor vehicle dealer licensed by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (Department). The Dealer's facilities are located at 2468 Deerfield Ave. E, Suamico, Wisconsin 54173-7951. 2. The Dealer has a continuous bond in force. (Bond # 66211036 by Auto Owners Insurance Company). 3. A claim has been filed against the bond of the Dealer. The Claimant alleges that he suffered damages because of one or more acts of the Dealer, which provide grounds for revocation or suspension of the Dealer's license to operate a motor vehicle dealership under Wis. Stat. §218.0116(1)(gm) and Wis. Admin. Code § Trans 139.04(6)(a)1. 4. Other persons who have a claim for money damages for an actual loss because of an act of the Dealer during the period covered by the bond may make a claim against the bond on Department of Transportation form number MV 2542, in accordance with Wis. Admin. Code ch. Trans 140. 5. Copies of the claim form, MV 2542, are available by contacting: Tristan Kloss DMV/Dealer Section P.O. Box 7909 Madison, WI 53707-7909 6. Claims may be submitted to Tristan Kloss at the address shown above. The deadline for the submission of claims is 60 days from publication of this notice, or by October 3, 2022, at 4:30 pm. Claims not received on or before that date and time will be considered late and will receive lower priority under Wis. Admin. Code Trans 140.27. 7. A public hearing will be held on all timely but disputed claims, if necessary, at 10:00 a.m. on November 30, 2022, in the Hill Farms State Office Building, 4822 Madison Yards Way, Madison, Wisconsin. If an in-person hearing is not feasible as of November 23, 2022, a videoconference will be scheduled, and interested parties will be provided with instructions for connecting via video or telephone. Dated at Milwaukee, Wisconsin on July 25, 2022. STATE OF WISCONSIN DIVISION OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS 4822 Madison Yards Way, Fifth Floor Madison, Wisconsin 53705 Telephone: (608) 266-7709 FAX: (608) 264-9885 By: Andrea Brauer, Administrative Law Judge Run: August 2, 2022 WNAXLP


Before The State of Wisconsin DIVISION OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS In the Matter of WPDES Permit No. WI-0059536-04-2, Issued to Kinnard Farms Inc. Case No. DNR-22-0002 NOTICE OF PREHEARING CONFERENCE AND ORDER FOR PUBLICATION On March 25, 2022, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) issued a modified Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WPDES) Permit, No. WI-0059536-04-2, to Kinnard Farms Inc. The permit was issued to regulate the discharge from a livestock operation located at E2675 County Hwy S, Casco, Wisconsin, which would discharge into unnamed tributaries within the Kewaunee River Watershed, Lake Michigan Drainage Basin, and groundwaters of the state in accordance with the effluent limitations, monitoring requirements, and other conditions on the management and utilization of manure and process wastewater specified in the permit. On April 27, 2022, Kinnard Farms Inc. filed a Petition for a Contested Case Hearing with the DNR to review the decision to reissue the modified WPDES permit to Kinnard Farms Inc. pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 283.63. By letter dated April 29, 2022, the DNR granted the request for contested case hearing and limited the hearing to the following issues: 1.Whether the animal unit maximum of 11,369 provided in Section 1.1.1 pf the Permit is reasonable (Petition issue one). 2.Whether the requirement to conduct groundwater monitoring at land application sites provided for in Section 2.1.2 of the Permit is reasonable (Petition issue two). 3.Whether the frequency for groundwater monitoring at land application sites provided for in Section 2.1.2 of the Permit is reasonable or necessary (Petition issue three). 4.Whether monitoring at least two land application sites as provided for in Section 3.10 of the Permit is reasonable or necessary (Petition issue four). 5.Whether the deadlines for submitting Phase 1 and Phase 2 groundwater monitoring plans provided for in Section 3.10 are reasonable or necessary (Petition issue five). On June 24, 2022, the Division of Hearings and Appeals received, for filing, a request for hearing from the DNR. The parties have conferred and agreed to a date for a prehearing conference. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the State of Wisconsin Division of Hearings and Appeals will hold a prehearing conference on the above-captioned matter pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 227.46(1), Wis. Admin. Code Ch. NR 203, Wis. Admin. Code §§ NR 2.08(5) and 2.12 at 9:30 AM on September 9, 2022, via Microsoft Teams. Interested persons may request an email invitation to the Teams Video Conference by contacting the Division of Hearings and Appeals at (608) 266-7709. In the alternative, those interested in participating may participate by telephone by calling (608) 571-2209 and entering Meeting ID 232 190 194#. Any person, organization, or governmental unit wishing to become a party to this proceeding must attend the conference personally or by an authorized representative. The purpose of the prehearing conference will be to identify parties to the proceeding, to simplify or clarify the issues which may be contested at the hearing, identify witnesses, discuss the exchange of exhibits, establish a discovery schedule, address any other matters as may aid in the disposition of the action, and schedule a date for the contested case hearing. No testimony will be heard at the prehearing conference. However, a date may be selected for a contested case hearing. Pursuant to Wis. Admin. Code § NR 203.136(d), the DNR may modify the permit if the DNR and the Petitioner enter into a signed stipulation to resolve the contested case hearing and the stipulation specifies a change to the permit term or condition that was the subject of the contested case hearing. If a contested case hearing is scheduled, it will be a Class 1 contested case pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 227.01(3)(a). The procedures set forth in Wis. Stat. § 283.63(1)(b) and the procedures relating to contested cases set forth in Wis. Admin. Code Ch. NR 203 and Ch. NR 2 will be followed. Said procedures will closely resemble those that are normally followed at a trial in State circuit court. All parties are advised that they have the right to seek the aid and assistance of legal counsel and to be represented by legal counsel at the contested case hearing. The permits, petitions and other information relating to the petitioner are on file and may be inspected and copied at the offices of the Department of Natural Resources, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, holidays excepted. Copies of documents on file for the applicant may be obtained by writing to the Department of Natural Resources, WPDES Permit Section, P.O. Box 7921, Madison, Wisconsin, 53707-7921. Reasonable costs will be charged for copies of all information excluding public notices and fact sheets. Pursuant to the Americans With Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations will be made to any qualified individual upon request. Please call the Division of Hearings and Appeals at (608) 266-7709 with specific information on your request prior to the date of the scheduled prehearing or hearing. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION THE DIVISION, THEREFORE, ORDERS: Pursuant to Wis. Admin. Code § NR 2.08(5) and § NR 203.18(3), the DNR shall cause a copy of the foregoing Notice to be published once 30 days before the date of hearing as a class 1 notice under Ch. 985, Stats., in a newspaper of general circulation in the area affected by the discharge. Furthermore, pursuant to Wis. Admin. Code § NR 2.08(5), the DNR shall comply with all of the requirements of Wis. Admin. Code § NR 203.18(3). Finally, the DNR shall furnish proof of publication to the Division of Hearings and Appeals by September 9, 2022. Dated at Madison, Wisconsin on July 25, 2022. STATE OF WISCONSIN DIVISION OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS 4822 Madison Yards Way, 5th Floor North Madison, Wisconsin 53705 Telephone: (608) 266-7709 FAX: (608) 264-9885 Email: Angela.ChaputFoy@wiscon sin.gov By: /s/Angela Chaput Foy Angela Chaput Foy Administrative Law Judge RUN: August 10, 2022 WNAXLP


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BID DEADLINE: July 28, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. local time Oconto County will be accepting bids for bridge inspection services for years 2022 and 2023. Sealed bids will be received by the Oconto County Highway Department, 202 VanDyke Street, PO Box 138, Oconto, WI 54153 until the bid deadline. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at 12:15 p.m., July 28, 2022 at the Oconto County Highway Department, 202 VanDyke Street, Oconto, Wisconsin. Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope and clearly marked "2022-2023 Bridge Inspection". Oconto County reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any irregularities in any bid, and to accept any bid or parts of various bids, which will best serve the interest of Oconto County. Bidding documents may be downloaded in PDF electronic format for no fee from the Oconto County Highway Department website or may be obtained for no fee from the Oconto County Highway Department, 202 VanDyke Street, PO Box 138, Oconto, WI 54153. Questions regarding this proposal should be directed to Brandon Hytinen, Highway Commissioner at (920) 834-6886. Run: July 20, 2022 WNAXLP


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BUDGET RESOLUTION NO. 09-2022 A resolution changing the 2022 budget of the City of Marshfield, Wisconsin. Budget Amendment BE IT RESOLVED by the COMMON COUNCIL of the CITY OF MARSHFIELD as follows: 1. That the 2022 adopted budget for the General Fund Development Services, Account #101-56901-70-52900 Other Contractual Services is increased by $24,000. That the 2022 General Fund - Fund Balance is decreased by $24,000. 2. That upon the adoption of this resolution by a two¬ thirds vote of the entire membership of the Common Council, and within ten (10) days thereafter, the City Clerk publish notice of this change in the official newspaper. ADOPTED 7/26/2022 Lois TeStrake - Mayor APPROVED 7/26/202 Jessica Schiferl - City Clerk PUBLISHED 7/29/2022 Run: July 29, 2022 WNAXLP


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CANCELED PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE City of Two Rivers Council Chambers, City Hall 1717 E. Park Street, Two Rivers WI 54241 August 15, 2022 6:00 PM The City Council of the City of Two Rivers will conduct a public hearing regarding the Senior Center Modification project funded by Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus Program (CDBG-CV) funds. The public is invited to attend to learn about the CDBG program, to provide comments on the project, and help identify additional community development needs. Residents of the City of Two Rivers are encouraged to attend, especially residents with low to moderate incomes. The meeting room is handicapped accessible. Persons needing additional accommodations should contact Jamie Jackson at the telephone number (920)793-5526 or via email: jjackson@two-rivers.org. Run: August 4, 2022 WNAXLP


CANCELED PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE City of Two Rivers Council Chambers, City Hall 1717 E. Park Street, Two Rivers WI 54241 August 15, 2022 6:00 PM The City Council of the City of Two Rivers will conduct a public hearing regarding the Senior Center Modification project funded by Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus Program (CDBG-CV) funds. The public is invited to attend to learn about the CDBG program, to provide comments on the project, and help identify additional community development needs. Residents of the City of Two Rivers are encouraged to attend, especially residents with low to moderate incomes. The meeting room is handicapped accessible. Persons needing additional accommodations should contact Jamie Jackson at the telephone number (920)793-5526 or via email: jjackson@two-rivers.org. Run: August 10, 2022 WNAXLP


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CHAPTER 26 TOWN OF WILSON SHEBOYGAN COUNTY, WISCONSIN Section 26.00 Mobile Service Support Structures and Facilities The Town Board of the Town of Wilson, at a duly noticed public meeting with quorum present and voting, hereby ordains the following: (2) Height. The maximum height of a mobile service support structure or facility shall be 200 feet. Effective date: This ordinance shall become effective upon adoption and publication as required by law. Amended this 5th day of July 2022. Town of Wilson by John Ehmann, Town Chairperson. Posted in three places within the Town on the 15th of July 2022. Julie Wicker, Clerk Run: July 15, 2022 WNAXLP


CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF WISCONSIN CHILDREN'S DIVISION MILWAUKEE COUNTY In the Interest of: KR(08/22/2016) Child Under the Age of Eighteen NOTICE OF HEARING Family No: 04028450 CCAP No.: 2019JC000321 To: Tianna Roehrig 1762 Badger St Apt. 5 Green Bay, WI 54303 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at a regular session of the Circuit Court of Milwaukee County, Children's Division, to be held on August 03, 2022, at 11:30 a.m., in the Court Room 2421 in BR. 32 Vel R. Phillips Juvenile Justice Center, 10201 Watertown Plank Road, in the City of Wauwatosa and County of Milwaukee, State of Wisconsin, there will be a hearing in the matter of the Petition for Guardianship and will concern said child, at which time an order may be made affecting the transfer of legal care, control, custody and guardianship of said child. This hearing will be conducted remotely. To access this hearing, you must contact the Branch 32 check-in clerk at (414) 372-6651. If you fail to appear remotely at such hearing, an order may be entered affecting the transfer of legal care, control, custody and guardianship of said child. William P Pipp Assistant District Attorney Bar No.: 1022428 10201 Watertown Plank Road Wauwatosa, WI 53226 (414) 257-7725 Run: July 26, 2022 WNAXLP


CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF WISCONSIN CHILDREN'S DIVISION MILWAUKEE COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING Family No: 04028450 CCAP No.: 2019JC000321 In the Interest of: KR(08/22/2016) Child Under the Age of Eighteen To: Dominique Sanders 806 Colorado Pl Apt 4 Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Adjudicated Father of KR Tianna Roehrig 5810 West Carlsville Road Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at a regular session of the Circuit Court of Milwaukee County, Children's Division, to be held on August 03, 2022, at 11:30 a.m., in the Court Room 2421 in BR. 32 Vel R. Phillips Juvenile Justice Center, 10201 Watertown Plank Road, in the City of Wauwatosa and County of Milwaukee, State of Wisconsin, there will be a hearing in the matter of the Petition for Guardianship and will concern said child, at which time an order may be made affecting the transfer of legal care, control, custody and guardianship of said child. This hearing will be conducted remotely. To access this hearing, you must contact the Branch 32 check-in clerk at (414) 372-6651. If you fail to appear remotely at such hearing, an order may be entered affecting the transfer of legal care, control, custody and guardianship of said child. William P Pipp Assistant District Attorney Bar No.: 1022428 10201 Watertown Plank Road Wauwatosa, WI 53226 (414) 257-77256 Run: July 16, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Legislative Chambers 160 S Macy Street July 13, 2022 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER Roll Call Present: Tiffany Brault, Kenneth Cassaday, Keith Heisler, Patrick Mullen, Thomas Schuessler, Jane Ricchio, Brett Zimmermann CONSENT AGENDA June 22, 2022 Minutes List Of Claims Dated July 7, 2022 A Motion was made by Jane Ricchio to approve the consent agenda and seconded by Keith Heisler, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann ACTION ITEMS Class "B" Fermented Malt Beverage License A Motion was made by Thomas Schuessler to approve Class "B" Fermented Malt Beverage License for Srihari, LLC, d/b/a Microtel Inn & Suites Fond du Lac located at 920 S Military and seconded by Tiffany Brault, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Ordinance No. 3753 A Motion was made by Keith Heisler to deny Ordinance No. 3753 Amending Chapter 630, Vehicles and Traffic, of The Code of The City of Fond du Lac to add stop signs at the East 18th Street and Vine Street intersection and seconded by Ken Cassaday, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Schuessler Nays: Ricchio Abstain: Zimmermann Ordinance No. 3754 A Motion was made by Jane Ricchio to deny Ordinance No. 3754 Amending Chapter 630, Vehicles and Traffic, of The Code of The City of Fond du Lac to add a yield sign at The Intersection of Gillett Street with South Reserve Street and seconded by Keith Heisler, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Ordinance No. 3755 A Motion was made by Thomas Schuessler to approve Ordinance No. 3755 Amending Chapter 630, Vehicles and Traffic, of The Code of The City of Fond du Lac to add Parking Restrictions on the South Side of Ruggles Street and seconded by Brett Zimmermann, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9015 A Motion was made by Jane Ricchio to approve Resolution No. 9015 Amending the Employee Handbook and seconded by Keith Heisler, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9016 A Motion was made by Tiffany Brault to approve Resolution No. 9016 Waiving The Prohibition Against Possession of Alcoholic Beverages on Specified Public Ways and allowing a Temporary Expansion of Premise for "Class B" License for Thelma at 51 Sheboygan Street on September 10, 2022 for Fondue Fest After Party and Concert and seconded by Jane Ricchio, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9017 A Motion was made by Tiffany Brault to approve Resolution No. 9017 Waiving The Prohibition Against Possession of Alcoholic Beverages on Specified Public Ways and Allowing a Temporary Expansion of Premise for "Class B" License for Thelma at 51 Sheboygan Street for Friday, Saturday and/or Sunday Pop Up Events July 2022 through September 2022 and seconded by Brett Zimmermann, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9018 A Motion was made by Jane Ricchio to approve Resolution No. 9018 Confirming an Appointment to the Fond du Lac Public Library Board and seconded by Thomas Schuessler, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Ordinance No. 3756-2 A motion was made by Keith Heisler to Authorize City Clerk to publish a notice of a public hearing on a Charter Ordinance Requiring a Referendum for Sale or Lease of Park Property to build and seconded by Brett Zimmermann, and the motion was passed. Ayes: Brault, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Nays: Cassaday ADJOURN A Motion was made by Keith Heisler to adjourn at 8:05 p.m. and seconded by Brett Zimmermann, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Margaret Hefter, City Clerk Run: August 3, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Legislative Chambers 160 S Macy Street June 22, 2022 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER Roll Call Present: Tiffany Brault, Kenneth Cassaday, Keith Heisler, Patrick Mullen, Thomas Schuessler, Jane Ricchio, Brett Zimmermann CONSENT AGENDA June 8, 2022 Regular Council Minutes List Of Claims Dated June 15, 2022 A Motion was made by Keith Heisler to approve the consent agenda and seconded by Ken Cassaday, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler,Zimmermann ACTION ITEMS Class "B" Fermented Malt and "Class B" Intoxicating Liquor License A Motion was made by Keith Heisler to remove agenda item for Class "B" Fermented Malt and "Class B" Intoxicating Liquor License for Mora Stokes Club LLC, d/b/a The Clubhouse located at 211 S Military Road due to Ms. Mora's request to withdraw application and seconded by Jane Ricchio, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann City Clerk, Dated June 16, 2022 A Motion was made by Thomas Schuessler to approve Annual Liquor License Renewals and seconded by Brett Zimmermann, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9011 A Motion was made by Keith Heisler to approve Resolution No. 9011 Pertaining to the Compliance Maintenance Annual Report for the Wastewater Treatment & Resource Recovery Facility and seconded by Jane Ricchio, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9012 A Motion was made by Thomas Schuessler to approve Resolution No. 9012 Waiving The Prohibition Against Possession of Alcoholic Beverages on Specified Public Ways And Allowing a Temporary Expansion of Premise for "Class B" License for Fat Joe's Burgers & Brews on Division Street on September 10, 2022 - Oktoberfest Zone at Fondue Fest and seconded by Jane Ricchio, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9013 A Motion was made by Tiffany Brault to approve Resolution No. 9013 Confirming an Appointment to the Fond du Lac Public Library Board and seconded by Brett Zimmermann, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9014 A Motion was made by Keith Heisler to approve Resolution No. 9014 Authorizing Execution of The Department of Natural Resources Principal Forgiven Financial Assistance Agreement and seconded by Tiffany Brault, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann ADJOURN A Motion was made by Jane Ricchio to adjourn at 8:34 p.m. and seconded by Keith Heisler, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Margaret Hefter, City Clerk Run: July 20, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF ALGOMA 416 FREMONT STREET ALGOMA, WI 54201 Sealed bids for the City of Algoma and the Town of Ahnapee Evergreen Road Chip Sealing project will be received by the City of Algoma at the City Hall at 416 Fremont Street, Algoma, WI 54201 until Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at 3:00 P.M. local time and shall include the following: CITY OF ALGOMA Evergreen Road project approximately 9262 square yards pulverize, rough grade and add 4 inches of road gravel with final grade, watering and rolling then apply a double hot oil seal using PG 58-28 cut back liquid asphalt heated to 350 degrees and applied in a single pass with the cover aggregate to consist of 3/8 black granite on bottom and 1/8 black granite on top. TOWN OF AHNAPEE Evergreen Road project approximately 7625 square yards pulverize, rough grade and add 4 inches of road gravel with final grading, watering, and rolling and then apply a double hot oil seal coat using PG-58-28 cutback liquid asphalt heated to 350 degrees and applied in a single pass with the cover aggregate to consist of 3/8 black granite on the bottom and 1/8 black granite on the top layer. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any part of a bid. Further, the City reserves the right to waive any informality in any bid. The City reserves the right to increase or decrease the quantity of any item or portion of the work, or to omit portions of the work as may be deemed necessary by the City; and the same shall in no way affect or make void the contract, except that the appropriate additions to or deductions from the contract price will be made. Contact Matt Murphy, Public Works Director at 920-487-2391 or via e-mail at matt.murphy@algomacity.org with any questions. The letting of the work described herein is subject to the provisions of the Wisconsin State Statutes, in particular 62.15, 66.0901, and 66.0903. Matt Murphy, Public Works Director City of Algoma Run: July 19, 26, 2022 wnaxlp


CITY OF APPLETON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED SPECIAL USE PERMIT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing to be held before the City Plan Commission on Wednesday, August 10, 2022, at 3:30 P.M., in Council Chambers, 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, for the purpose of considering a Special Use Permit. Pursuant to Sections 23-66 and 23-113 of the Appleton Municipal Code, to consider a request by WFBT 2 LLC, owner, and Mays and Company on behalf of Zips Car Wash, applicant, for the property located at 1000 W. Northland Avenue (Tax Id #31-5-9494-06) to obtain a Special Use Permit for a car wash. In the C-2 General Commercial District, a Special Use Permit is required for a car wash. All persons interested are invited to attend this meeting and will be given an opportunity to be heard. Feedback can also be shared with Plan Commission members via written letter, email, or phone call. Any questions regarding this matter should be directed to Jessica Titel, Principal Planner, in the Community and Economic Development Department at (920) 832-6476 or by email at jessica.titel@appleton.org. CITY PLAN COMMISSION APPLETON, WISCONSIN COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CITY HALL - 100 NORTH APPLETON STREET, APPLETON, WISCONSIN 54911-4799 (920) 832-6468 Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. RUN: July 26, Aug 2, 2022 WNAXLP


City of Appleton NOTICE OF HEARING FOR VARIANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Board of Appeals, established under the provisions of Chapter 23 of the Ordinance, and known as the Zoning Ordinance, to be held on the 15th day of August 2022, at 7:00 P.M., in Committee Room "6A/B", 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, of the City of Appleton, Wisconsin, will be heard to consider the Appeal of: from the ruling of the City Building Inspector in granting a permit for the construction, alteration, rebuilding, or occupancy of a nonconforming building on, or for the use of the property known and described as follows: 311 W. Evergreen Dr. Tax Key Number: 31-6-4500-00 The applicant proposes install lighting that is not full cutoff design. Section 23-53(c)(1) of the Zoning Ordinance requires full cutoff design for exterior lighting. Notice is further given that the said meeting is open to the public and that the appellant and any other person interested may appear and be heard for or against the granting of aforesaid permit by this Board. CITY OF APPLETON, Appleton, Wisconsin The Board of Appeals REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WILL BE MADE UPON REQUEST AND IF FEASIBLE. Run: August 1, 8; wnaxlp


City of Appleton & Outagamie County NOTICE PUBLIC TEST OF VOTING EQUIPMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the CITY OF APPLETON and the COUNTY OF OUTAGAMIE will conduct the required public test of the voting equipment- ES&S DS200 Tabulator and ExpressVote Ballot Marking Device to be used at the August 9, 2022 Partisan Primary Election at the respective dates and locations: CITY OF APPLETON Tuesday, August 2nd 10:00 a.m. Appleton City Hall 100 North Appleton Street, Rm 6D Appleton, WI 54911 OUTAGAMIE COUNTY Tuesday, August 2nd 10:00 a.m. Office of the Outagamie County Clerk 320 S Walnut Street Appleton, WI 54911 This test is open to the general public. Done on this 26th day of July, 2022 Kami Lynch, City of Appleton Clerk Run: July 28, 2022 WNAXLP


City of Appleton 100 North Appleton Street Appleton, WI 54911-4799 www.appleton.org Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, July 20, 2022 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Woodford at 7:00 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Firkus C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 12 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Chad Doran and Mayor Jake Woodford Excused: 4 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Christopher Croatt E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS All departments were represented. F. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 22-0816 Common Council Meeting Minutes of June 15, 2022 Attachments: CC Minutes 6-15-22.pdf Alderperson Fenton moved, seconded by Alderperson Thyssen, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 4 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Christopher Croatt Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford G. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 22-0909 Presentation of Flag Day Parade Awards Corey Otis, along with Karl Kaufman presented the Flag Day Parade awards. 22-0907 Budget Process Overview 22-0908 KPI Dashboard Presentation Attachments: Draft Statistics & KPI.pdf Johanna Kopecky, the Data Analyst Fellow, presented the Key Performance Indicator dashboards. 22-0910 Proclamations: - Parks & Recreation Month - Children's Week Attachments: Parks and Recreation Month Proclamation.pdf Children's Week Proclamation.pdf H. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION There was no one signed up to speak during public participation. I. PUBLIC HEARINGS J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY 22-0757 Request from Appleton Downtown Inc. for a waiver to allow for dumpsters to be placed within city-owned property without the required dumpster enclosure. Attachments: ADI-waiver for dumpsters.pdf ADI-Waiver to allow dumpsters Memo.pdf Alderperson Fenton moved, seconded by Alderperson Firkus, that the Committee recommendation to deny the request be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Chad Doran Nay: 1 - Alderperson Alex Schultz Excused: 4 -Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Christopher Croatt Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-0778 Class "B" Beer and "Class C" Wine Permanent Premise Amendment application for Area 509 LLC d/b/a Area 509, Reginald Desamour, Agent, located at 1025 N Badger Ave, contingent upon approval from the Community Development, Health, Inspections and Police departments. Attachments: Area 509 S&L.pdf Alderperson Schultz moved, seconded by Alderperson Jones, that the Premise Amendment be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 4 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Christopher Croatt Abstained: 2 - Alderperson Alex Schultz and Mayor Jake Woodford L. COMMITTEE REPORTS Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Firkus moved, Alderperson Jones seconded, to approve the balance of the agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 4 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Christopher Croatt Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 22-0801 Request from Park Central/TLC Sign for a permanent street occupancy permit to install a 20' X 6'8" building mounted sign in the College Avenue right-of-way at 318 W. College Avenue. Attachments: Park Central-permanent street occ.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0802 Request from Appleton Downtown Inc. for a street occupancy permit to host a Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, August 6, 2022 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (during Mile of Music) on the College Avenue beautification strip from 600 W. College Avenue to 300 E. College Avenue. Attachments: ADI-Sidewalk Sale.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0803 Approve conversion of one metered stall to a handicap-accessible stall on the 300 block of N. Morrison Street. Attachments: 300 Block of N. Morrison-handicap stall.pdf Handicap-accessible stall 130 E Franklin St-email.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0804 Request to award Unit P-22 Pavement Marking Maintenance Contract (Epoxy) to Century Fence Company in an amount not to exceed $75,376.05. Attachments: Unit PP Pavement Marking.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0849 Award of contract for 2022 Parking Ramp Planning and Design Services to Desman Design Management in the amount of $36,560.00 with a 9.4% contingency of $3,440.00 for a project total not to exceed $40,000.00 Attachments: 2022 Parking Ramp Planning.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0853 Approve Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Appleton and Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce for Amenity Peninsula Beautification at the Green Parking Ramp Attachments: Amenity Peninsula Beautification.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 22-0775 Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor License Temporary Premise Amendment application for Grand Meridian Inc d/b/a Grand Meridian, Ken Vandeyacht, Agent, located at 2621 N Oneida St, on August 11-13, 2022, contingent upon approval from the Finance, Health and Inspections departments. Attachments: Grand Meridian.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0787 Additional 2022-2023 Mechanical Amusement Device License renewal, contingent upon approval from all departments by 12:00 p.m. on June 30, 2022. Attachments: 2nd Additional Amusement Device renewals 2022-23.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0809 Taxicab Company License Renewal Application for LIR Transportation, DBA Fox Valley Cab, Owner, Igor Leykin, 719 W Frances St. Attachments: Igor Leykin- LIR Transportation.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0810 Taxicab Driver License Application for Torrey Cronce. Attachments: Torrey Cronce.pdf Memo Re Taxicab Drive Lic. 6-22-22.pdf TorreyCronceDenial (002).docx The Committee's recommendation to deny the license was approved. 22-0812 Temporary Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor License Premise Amendment application for DDCT Inc d/b/a Jim's Place, Jay Plamann, Agent, located at 223 E College Ave, on August 4-7, 2022, contingent upon approval from the Fire, Health and Inspections departments. Attachments: Jim's Place S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0813 Temporary Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor License Premise Amendment application for Wooden Nickel Restaurant & Lounge Inc d/b/a Wooden Nickel Sports Bar & Grill, Anthony Mueller, Agent, located at 217 E College Ave, on August 4-7, 2022, contingent upon approval from the Fire, Health and Inspections departments. Attachments: Wooden Nickel Restaurant S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0814 Temporary Class "B" Beer and Reserve "Class B" Liquor License Premise Amendment for The 10th Frame LLC d/b/a The 10th Frame, Chad Van Daalwyk, Agent, located at 618 W WIsconsin Ave, on September 10, 2022, contingent upon approval from the Finance, Inspections and Police departments. Attachments: The 10th Frame S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0815 Temporary Class "B" Beer and Reserve "Class B" Liquor License application for The Trout Museum of Art Inc, Christina S Turner, Agent, located at 111 W College Ave, on August 26, 2022, contingent upon approval from the Inspections department. Attachments: Trout Museum of Art.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0819 Temporary Class "B" Beer and Reserve "Class B" Liquor Premise Amendment application for the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, Maria Van Laanen, Agent, located at 400 W College Ave, on August 16, 2022, contingent upon approval from the Fire and Health departments. Attachments: Fox Cities Performing Arts Center.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0826 Class "A" Beer and "Class A" Liquor - Cider Only License Change of Agent application for Kwik Trip Inc d/b/a Kwik Trip #182, Isaac A Peterson, New Agent, located at 306 N RIchmond St. Attachments: Isaac A Peterson S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0827 Cigarette and Tobacco Products Retail License application for James Holder d/b/a D8D Hemp, located at 2929 N Richmond Street Ste 1. Attachments: D8D Hemp S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0828 Pet Store License renewal application for Petco #1656, located at 3829 E Calumet St, contingent upon approval from the Inspections department. Attachments: Petco #1656 S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0830 Temporary Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor Premise Amendment application for TNE Inc, d/b/a Emmett's Bar & Grill, Sharon Reader, Agent, located at 139 N RIchmond St, contingent upon approval from the Health department. Attachments: Emmetts Bar & Grill S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0831 Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor License application for Appleton Nickel Inc d/b/a Glass Nickel Pizza Co, Stacy Knaack, Agent, located at 2120 W College Ave, contingent upon approval from the Community Development, Health and Public Works departments. Attachments: Glass Nickel Pizza Co.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0841 Class "A" Beer and "Class A" Liquor License Change of Agent application for Ultimate Mart LLC d/b/a Pick N Save #187, Lyndsey Lawrence, New Agent, located at 511 W Calumet St, contingent upon approval from the Police department. Attachments: Lyndsey Lawrence S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0847 Class "B" Beer License application for Mai's Deli LLC d/b/a Mai's Deli, Fong Lee, Agent, located at 104 S Memorial Dr, contingent upon approval from the Inspections and Public Works departments. Attachments: Mai's Deli.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0871 Temporary Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor Premise Amendment application for Gregg Van Dinter d/b/a Riverside Bar & Grill, located at 906 S Olde Oneida St, on August 4-7, 2022, contingent upon approval from the Community Development, Health, Inspections and Police departments. Attachments: Riverside Bar & Grill.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0882 "Class B" Liquor License application for Bowl Ninety-One LLC d/b/a Bowl Ninety-One, Thong Vue, Agent, located at 100 E College Ave, contingent upon approval from the Health and Inspections departments. Attachments: Bowl Ninety-One.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 22-0868 Request to approve Special Use Permit #7-22 to conform and expand an automobile sales and display lot located at 1608 East Wisconsin Avenue (Tax Id #31-1-2605-00, #31-1-2609-00, #31-1-2607-00, and #31-1-1962-00), as shown on the attached maps and per attached plan of operation, to run with the land subject to the conditions in the attached staff report and approve attached Resolution (2/3 vote of Common Council required for approval) Attachments: StaffReport_MidwesternWheels_SUP_For07-13-22.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0869 Request to approve Certified Survey Map #21-22, which crosses a plat boundary, to combine four adjacent parcels (Tax Id #31-1-2605-00, #31-1-2609-00, #31-1-2607-00, and #31-1-1962-00) into one new parcel as shown on the attached map and subject to the conditions in the attached staff report Attachments: StaffReport_1608EWisconsinAv_CrossingPlatBoundary_For07-13-22.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 22-0834 Request to award contract to Commercial Appliance for Reid Golf Course Clubhouse walk-in freezer and cooler replacement in the amount of $31,733.35 Attachments: 2022 Reid Golf Course Appliance Memo.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0835 Request to award the AWWTP V-3 Sludge Storage Building Addition Construction Project Base Bid to Miron Construction in the amount of $5,330,989 with a 15% contingency of $799,648 for a project total not to exceed $6,130,637 Attachments: SSB Construction Project Bid Award_Miron.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0840 Request to approve the Relocation Order for construction of officially mapped Lightning Drive, future Providence Avenue, future Baldeagle Drive and the associated stormwater pond Attachments: Lightning Drive - 2022 - Relocation Order.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0851 Request to approve the following 2022 Budget amendment: Water Utility Corrosion Control Treatment Project +$ 190,000 Matthias Tower Pump Station Project - $ 190,000 to reallocate excess budget funds from the Matthias Tower Pump Station Project to the Corrosion Control Treatment Project (2/3 vote of Council required) Attachments: Budget Adjustment for OCCT Enginnering in 2022.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0854 Request to approve Contract Amendment / Change Order No. 1 to contract 58-22, Unit D-22 Sidewalk Construction for added sidewalk and driveway replacement at Appleton Memorial Park and Fire Station No. 3 in the amount of $50,000 resulting in no change to contract contingency. Overall contract increases from $368,000 to $418,000 Attachments: Unit D-22 Change Order No. 1.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0855 Request to approve the following Budget amendment: Water Utility 2022 Watermain Program +$2,900,000 Second Raw Water Line Improvements - $2,900,000 to reallocate funds from the Second Raw Water Line Improvements project to the 2022 Watermain replacement program (2/3 vote of Council required) Attachments: Second Raw Water Line Budget Transfer.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 22-0858 Award Unit N-22 Spot Repairs, Protruding Tap & Mineral Deposit Removal to Northern Pipe, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $120,000. Attachments: Attachment -Utilities Committee - 07-12-22 - Award of Contract N-22.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0859 Award Lawe Street Force Main Replacement Design Services contract to McMahon Associates, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $100,000. Attachments: Attachment -Utilities Committee - 07-12-22 - Lawe Street Force Main Design Services.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 8. MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 9. MINUTES OF THE FOX CITIES TRANSIT COMMISSION 10. MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH M. CONSOLIDATED ACTION ITEMS N. ITEMS HELD O. ORDINANCES 22-0817 Ordinances #45-22 to #51-22 Attachments: Ordinances to Council 7-20-22.pdf Alderperson Meltzer moved, seconded by Alderperson Fenton, that the Ordinances be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 4 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Christopher Croatt Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford P. LICENSE APPLICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION Q. RESOLUTIONS SUBMITTED BY ALDERPERSONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION 22-0968 Resolution #8-R-22 Requesting an Advisory Referendum related to Marijuana Legalization for the November 8, 2022 election ballot Attachments: #8-R-22 Advisory Referendum Res- Marijuana Legalization..pdf R. OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS S. ADJOURN Alderperson Meltzer moved, seconded by Alderperson Thyssen, that the meeting be adjourned at 7:53 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 4 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Christopher Croatt Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Kami Lynch, City Clerk RUN: August 8, 2022 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, June 15, 2022 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Woodford at 7:00 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Meltzer C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt, Alderperson Chad Doran and Mayor Jake Woodford Present: 15 - Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS All Departments were represented and the Library was excused. F. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 22-0774 Common Council Meeting Minutes of June 1, 2022 Attachments: CC Minutes 6-1-22.pdf Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Van Zeeland, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao City of Appleton Page 1 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford G. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 22-0779 Library Board Appointments Attachments: Appointments Memo 6'15'2022.pdf Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Meltzer, that the appointments be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-0780 Alderperson Committee Replacement Appointment Attachments: Alder Committee Replacement Memo.pdf Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Thyssen, that the Committee replacement be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-0781 City Assessor Recommendation Attachments: City Assessor Recommendation to Council Memo.pdf Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Hartzheim, that the City Assessor recommendation be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: City of Appleton Page 2 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 Aye:14 Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-0783 Proclamations - Make Music Day - Dump the Pump Day Make Music Day Proclamation.pdf Dump the Pump Day Proclamation.pdf Attachments: 22-0782 Presentation from the League of Wisconsin Municipalities H. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION The following spoke regarding Items #22-0613 & 22-0615 of City Plan Commission: Aaron Soto, N1423 Fawn Ridge Dr Mary Fuller, Providence Ave Condominium I. PUBLIC HEARINGS 22-0603 Public Hearing for Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment #2-22 Apostolic Truth Church from One and Two Family Residential and Multi-Family Land Use to Public Institutional Land Use Attachments: Public Hearing Notice Comp Plan Amend #2-22.pdf The public hearing was held, no one spoke during the hearing. 22-0604 Public Hearing for Rezoning #3-22 for Apostolic Truth Church from R-1A Single-Family District to P-I Public Institutional District Attachments: RZ #3_22 Notice of Public Hearing.pdf The public hearing was held, no one spoke during the hearing. J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS City of Appleton Page 3 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY 22-0613 Request to approve Comprehensive Plan 2010-2030 Future Land Use Map Amendment #2-22 for the subject parcel located on N. French Road, bordered by E. Glory Lane, N. Providence Avenue, and E. Ashbury Drive (Tax Id #31-1-7400-00) from future One and Two-Family Residential land use designation and Multi-Family land use designation to Public Institutional land use designation as shown on the attached map and approve the attached Resolution StaffReport_ApostolicChurch_CompPlan+Rezoning_For05-11-22.pdf Paula Meyer Email.pdf Neighborhood Brochure From Apostolic Truth Church.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Alfheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Croatt, that the Comprehensive Plan Amendment be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:9- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao Abstained:6- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Mayor Jake Woodford 22-0615 Request to approve Rezoning #3-22 for the subject parcel located on N. French Road, bordered by E. Glory Lane, N. Providence Avenue, and E. Ashbury Drive (Tax Id #31-1-7400-00), including the adjacent one-half (1/2) right-of-way, as shown on the attached maps, from R-1A Single-Family District to P-I Public Institutional District StaffReport_ApostolicChurch_CompPlan+Rezoning_For05-11-22.pdf Paula Meyer Email.pdf Neighborhood Brochure From Apostolic Truth Church.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Alfheim, that the Rezoning be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:9- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao Abstained:6- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Mayor Jake Woodford City of Appleton Page 4 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 L. COMMITTEE REPORTS Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Van Zeeland moved, Alderperson Hartzheim seconded, to approve the balance of the agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 22-0723 Anticipated award for Unit Q-22 Pavement Marking Contract (Paint). Bids to be opened Monday, May 23, 2022. Attachments: Anticipated award for Unit Q-22 Pavement Marking Contract.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0754 Approve proposed parking changes on S. Driscoll Street (between Charles Street and the railroad tracks). Follow-up to six month trial period. Attachments: Parking change on S. Driscoll St.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0755 Possible 6-Month trial for parking changes on Pacific Street (Drew Street to Lawe Street). Parking change on Pacific St..pdf Emails -Pacific St-Drew St to Lawe St.pdf Attachments: The Committee's recommendation to deny was approved. City of Appleton Page 5 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 22-0756 Approve proposed ordinance changes related to the A-22 Appleton Street Reconstruction Project. Attachments: A-22 Appleton Street Project.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 22-0679 Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor License application for Dairyland Brew Pub LLC, Michele Preston, Agent, located at 1216 E Wisconsin Ave, contingent upon approval from the Finance and Health departments. Attachments: Dairyland Brew Pub LLC.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0727 "Class A" Liquor License application for Depu LLC d/b/a Northland Mobil, Chiranjibi Lamichhane, Agent, located at 105 W Northland Ave. Attachments: Northland Mobil.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0728 "Class A" Liquor License application for BSS Corporation d/b/a Richmond Mobil, Buddi Subedi, Agent, located at 3401 N Richmond St. Attachments: Richmond Mobil.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0729 "Class A" Liquor License application for Jaliyan Gas LLC d/b/a Wisconsin Avenue Pantry, Nilesh M Patel, Agent, located at 111 W Wisconsin Ave. Attachments: Wisconsin Avenue Pantry.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0730 "Class A" Liquor License application for Sai Krupa LLC d/b/a Richmond St Citgo, Nilesh Patel, Agent, located at 1601 N Richmond St. Attachments: Richmond St Citgo.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. City of Appleton Page 6 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 22-0737 Salvage Dealer License renewal application for Mach IV Motors LLC, Kara Tullberg, Applicant, located at 600 E Hancock St, contingent upon approval from the Inspections department. Attachments: Mach IV Motors S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0763 Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor License Change of Agent application for Lawrence University d/b/a Viking Room, Brittany M. Bell, New Agent, located at 615 E College Ave. Attachments: Brittany M Bell S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0767 Additional 2022-2023 Mechanical Amusement Device License renewals, contingent upon approval from all departments by 12:00 p.m. on June 30, 2022. Attachments: Additional Amusement Device renewals 2022-23.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0768 Additional 2022-2023 Cigarette and Tobacco Products License renewals. Attachments: Additional Cigarette renewals 2022-23.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0770 Additional 2022-2023 Alcohol License Renewal applications, contingent upon approvals from all departments by 12:00 p.m. on June 30, 2022. Attachments: 2022-23 Alcohol License Renewals-4th set.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 22-0749 Request to approve Special Use Permit #6-22 for a car wash use located at 3200 E. Express Court (Tax Id #31-4-5568-00), as shown on the attached materials and per attached plan of operation, to run with the land subject to the conditions in the attached staff report and approve attached Resolution (2/3 vote of Common Council required for approval) Attachments: StaffReport_Peak Car Wash_SUP_For06-08-22.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. City of Appleton Page 7 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 22-0786 Request for a variance to the Deed Restrictions and Covenants to allow the transfer of Lots 30, 31, 32 and 33 in Southpoint Commerce Park Plat 3 and Lot 1 of CSM #3978 from F Street Appleton 2, LLC to F Street Appleton 3, LLC and to extend the requirement to commence construction of a building on these lots from the required 12 months from said transfer to 36 months; this waiver is not transferable, survivable, or assignable and the City's repurchase rights remain on the property F Street 2 Variance Request Memo 6-15-22.pdf Variance Request Email_F Street_6-10-22.pdf CSM 3978.pdf 570928 - Deed & Receipt.pdf SPCP Deed Restrictions.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0371 Counter the Offer to Purchase from River Valley One, LLC and/or assigns to purchase Lot 1 of CSM 3549 in Southpoint Commerce Park (Tax Id #31-9-5712-40), consisting of approximately 7.22 acres River Valley One Offer to Purchase Memo to CEDC 6-8-22.pdf Offer to Purchase 9-5712-40 SPCP River Valley One LLC.pdf SPCP Deed Restrictions.pdf Subject_Parcel_6_6_2022.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. City of Appleton Page 8 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 22-0741 Request to waive the City's repurchase rights for Tax Id #31-1-6510-18, Lot 18 in the Northeast Business Park Plat No. 2, the northeast corner of Enterprise Avenue and Intertech Court, allowing the transfer from Single Month LLC and/or assigns to Joe Neilitz and/or assigns; this waiver is not transferable, survivable, or assignable and the City's repurchase rights remain on the property Memo_Romenesko Waive Repurchase Request_NEBP #1-6510-18_6-8-22.pdf Variance Request Email_Romenesko Development_3-2-22.pdf Offer to Purchase Lot 18 NEBP_Joe Neilitz.pdf Covenants and Restrictions_NEBP No. 2.pdf Subject Parcel_1-6510-18.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0743 Request to approve the 2021 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program CAPER memo to CEDC 6-8-22.pdf 2021 CDBG CAPER Draft for Public Comment.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 22-0736 Award 2022 AWWTP Preliminary Heat Exchanger and Blended Sludge Piping Replacement Project Engineering Services Amendment #1 increasing the McMahon total contract amount by $3,800 from $26,300 to $30,100 and increase contingency from $2,630 to $4,000 for a Project Total not to exceed $34,100. Contract Amend #1_McMahon_2022 AWWTP Prelim HEX-Blended Sludge Piping.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 22-0738 Amend 2022A Stormwater Management Plan Review Contract with Brown and Caldwell by an increase of $20,000 for a total contract amount not to exceed $67,500. Attachments: 2022A SWM Plan Review BC Amendment Memo Util Cmte.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. City of Appleton Page 9 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 22-0752 Request Approval of the Electronic Compliance Maintenance Annual Report (eCMAR) for 2021 and Request the following Resolution be presented to the Common Council for approval: Whereas, the City of Appleton manages, operates, and maintains a sewer collection system and wastewater treatment plant; and Whereas, treatment efforts produce a liquid effluent and a biosolids that are returned to the environment; and Whereas, the State of Wisconsin evaluates wastewater utilities throughout the State of Wisconsin through an electronic Compliance Maintenance Annual Report (eCMAR); and Whereas, Appleton received the score of 3.73 GPA; and Whereas, the State of Wisconsin requests the Common Council pass a resolution accepting the eCMAR report; Now, therefore, be it resolved by the City Council that the City of Appleton: Article 1. Continue supporting treatment and maintenance programs at the utility Article 2. Continue planning efforts that will address and promote long term performance results at the facility. Attachments: 2021 eCMAR Validated.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 8.MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 9. MINUTES OF THE FOX CITIES TRANSIT COMMISSION 10. MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH M. CONSOLIDATED ACTION ITEMS N. ITEMS HELD City of Appleton Page 10 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 O. ORDINANCES 22-0777 Ordinances #43-22 and #44-22 Attachments: Ordinances to Council 6-15-22.pdf Alderperson Fenton moved, seconded by Alderperson Hartzheim, that the Ordinances be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran 14 - Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford LICENSE APPLICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION P. City of Appleton Page 11 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 Q.RESOLUTIONS SUBMITTED BY ALDERPERSONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION #7-R-22 Street Terrace Policy Modifications Submitted By: Alderperson Del Toro, District 4 Date: June 15, 2022 Referred To: Department of Public Works Whereas the city's current Street Terrace Policy prohibits planting: Plants in excess of 3 ft, Hedges, Vegetable gardens, plants within three feet of a hydrant, traffic hazards like loose stone, railroad ties, mulch and sand surfaces; and Whereas the city's current Street Terrace Policy requires, that property owners comply with the city's weed ordinance, maintain an elevation flush with the sidewalk and that the city's restoration cost to the terrace is limited to the cost of a typical terrace; and Whereas the city's current Street Terrace Policy requires, a $40 annual permit and proof of insurance. And; Whereas Street Terraces are currently occupied throughout the city without requesting formal permission, and; Whereas Appleton's street terraces provide opportunities for communities to build gardens, beautify our streets, provide fresh food to homes in need, help control and reduce storm water runoff and provide good environmental resources for our city's biodiversity. Therefore be it resolved that home owners who wish to develop these terraces may do so by registering the use of their terrace free of charge with the municipal department on a yearly basis. And must still be adhering to safety standards which include: Prohibiting planting any vegetation in excess of 48 inches in non-corner lots and 36 inches in corner lots, Prohibiting plants within three feet of fire hydrants Prohibiting traffic hazards like loose stone, or railroad ties. Prohibiting the planting of trees not approved by the Forestry Department, Prohibiting the planting of invasive and non-native species If terraces remain unoccupied they must continue to adhere to the city's weed ordinance and registration is not required. Acceptable uses of terrace include the use of these spaces for vegetable gardens, the use of mulch to maintain weeds in control, planting native flora Failure to register the occupied terrace may result in a city fine. The city will first issue a warning to any reported terraces that are delinquent and the property manager will have 2 weeks from the date of issue of the notice to resolve or appeal. Fines will be strictly enforced every two weeks until the problem terrace is restored to acceptable conditions. Fines will be $40 every two weeks until the problem is resolved. If the terrace is not remediated within 6 weeks the city will mow the terrace and restore it at the expense of the property owner. City of Appleton Page 12 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final June 15, 2022 R. OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS S. ADJOURN Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Del Toro, that the meeting be adjourned at 7:49 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Maiyoua Thao Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: July 25,2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF APPLETON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED SPECIAL USE PERMIT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing to be held before the City Plan Commission on Wednesday, August 24, 2022, at 3:30 P.M., in Council Chambers, 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, for the purpose of considering a Special Use Permit. Pursuant to Sections 23-66 and 23-113 of the Appleton Municipal Code, to consider a request by Michael Leidig of Robert E. Lee & Associates, Inc, Agent for property owner located at 1920 East Longview Drive (Tax Id #31-1-6550-08) to obtain a Special Use Permit to remove an existing car wash and construct a new car wash. In the C-2 General Commercial District, a Special Use Permit is required for a car wash. Car wash means the use of a tract of land, building, or portion thereof, for the manual or automatic washing and cleaning of passenger vehicles, recreational vehicles or other light duty equipment. All persons interested are invited to attend this meeting and will be given an opportunity to be heard. Feedback can also be shared with Plan Commission members via written letter, email, or phone call. Any questions regarding this matter should be directed to Don Harp, Principal Planner, in the Community and Economic Development Department at (920) 832-6466 or by email at don.harp@appleton.org. CITY PLAN COMMISSION APPLETON, WISCONSIN COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CITY HALL - 100 NORTH APPLETON STREET APPLETON, WISCONSIN 54911-4799 (920) 832-6468 Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. Run: August 9, 16, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF FOND DU LAC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LICENSE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following application for Class B Liquor and Fermented Malt Beverage license for September 15, 2022 through June 30, 2023 license period, has been filed with the City Clerk of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. "CLASS B" LIQUOR & CLASS "B" FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE Limited Liability Corp.: Lupitas Mexican Store, LLC Agent:Armando Cruz Address: 2609 S 21st Street Manitowoc, WI 54220 d/b/a: Fast Taco Location of Premises:101 N Main Street Maggie Hefter City Clerk Run: July 31,Aug.1,2, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF KEWAUNEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF KEWAUNEE PLAN COMMISSION July 28, 2022 6:30 P.M. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be conducted by the City of Kewaunee Plan Commission on July 28, 2022, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Kewaunee Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee, WI 54216, to consider a Rezoning Application. The purpose of the hearing is to afford the opportunity for persons of interested to be heard, and to consider a Rezoning Request for Tax Parcel # 31 241 NE24 34-1. A Rezoning Application has been submitted by Sevcik Agri Business Inc. for Tax Parcel Number 31 241 NE24 34-1, requesting to rezone a portion, 1.4 Acres, from "A-1" Agriculture to "B-3" Highway Business. Following the Public Hearing and while in regular session, the Planning Commission may take action on this issue. Copies of the Application are available for review at City Hall, 401 Fifth St, Kewaunee, WI during City Clerk hours (Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30). Dated this 15th, day of July 2022. Karen Muchowski Deputy City Clerk Run: July 17, 2022 WNAXLP


City of Manitowoc Meeting Minutes Common Council Monday, June 20, 2022 6:30 PM Council Chambers Note: This meeting will also be held via Remote Conferencing Software (Zoom) A. CALL TO ORDER B. ROLL CALL Alderpersons Present: 10 - Jim Brey, Eric Sitkiewitz, Steven Czekala, Bill Schlei, Brett Vanderkin, Chad Beeman, Michael Cummings, Tim Boldt, Todd Reckelberg and Darian Kaderabek C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE & INVOCATION D. PRESENTATIONS 22 0538 City Clerk administers Oath of Office and Badge Pinning for various Manitowoc Fire Rescue Department Employees E. PUBLIC HEARINGS 22 0539 6:31 PM Public Hearing for the purpose of hearing any and all interested parties in the matter of a proposed Conditional Use Permit for an Adaptive Reuse located at 1127 & 1133 S. 16th Street Mayor declared the meeting open for a public hearing on this matter. City Clerk reported that the notice of the public hearing was published in the Herald Times Reporter on June 6, 2022 and June 13, 2022. (Proof of publication is on file in the City Clerk's Office) No parties appeared to speak on this matter. Mayor declared the public hearing closed. (A recording of the entire public hearing is on file in the City Clerk's Office). 22 0540 6:32 PM Public Hearing for the purpose of hearing any and all interested parties in the matter of a proposed change in zone from R 6 Multiple Family to I 2 Heavy Industrial for property located at the Southwest Corner of S. 16th and Clark Streets Mayor declared the meeting open for a public hearing on this matter. City Clerk reported that the notice of the public hearing was published in the Herald Times Reporter on June 6, 2022 and June 13, 2022. (Proof of publication is on file in the City Clerk's Office) No parties appeared to speak on this matter. Mayor declared the public hearing closed. (A recording of the entire public hearing is on file in the City Clerk's Office). 22 0541 6:33 PM Public Hearing for the purpose of hearing any and all interested parties in the matter of a proposed Conditional Use Permit located at 5005 Vista Road for the establishment of a 20 bed Community Based Residential Facility Mayor declared the meeting open for a public hearing on this matter. City Clerk reported that the notice of the public hearing was published in the Herald Times Reporter on June 6, 2022 and June 13, 2022. (Proof of publication is on file in the City Clerk's Office) Karen Kaderabek spoke of the concerns of the security and safety of the neighborhood as it is a residential area. A email was submitted against the request because of the area being a residential neighborhood and it will affect the safety and security of the neighborhood. Mayor declared the public hearing closed. (A recording of the entire public hearing is on file in the City Clerk's Office). G. APPOINTMENTS AND BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 22 0544 Mayor makes the following appointment: Crime Prevention Committee Anissa Fencil (term: 6/21/2022 6/1/2023) Moved by Czekala, seconded by Sitkiewitz, that this Appointment be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek F. PUBLIC INPUT Mayor declared the meeting open for public input. In accordance with policy, the public input portion of the meeting is not made a part of the official record. H. CONSENT AGENDA 1. Removal of Consent Agenda Items Approval of the Consent Agenda Moved by Czekala, seconded by Sitkiewitz, to accept the Consent Agenda Items and recommendations of the various committees The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 2. Miscellaneous 22 0542 Minutes of May 16, 2022 Common Council meeting, recommending approval and place on file 22 0543 Minutes of June 7, 2022 Common Council meeting, recommending approval and place on file 3. Committee of the Whole (Consent) 22 0550 TID No. 21 Development Agreement with Kona Realty LLC, recommending acceptance and place on file 22 0560 Report of Special Events Committee relative to approval of the following events: Waiver of Fees: Breakfast on the Farm on 6/12/2022; Cool City Classic Car Cruise on 6/24/2022; Waiver of Fees: Blood Drives on 7/6/2022, 9/6/2022, 1/13/2023; Residential Block Party 700 Block Hamilton St on 7/9/2022; Human Trafficking Awareness Drive on 9/3/2022; Waiver of Fees: Fall Kick Off on 9/11/2022; Hornet Hustle on 9/25/2022; recommending acceptance of report and place on file 4. Finance Committee (Consent) 22 0509 Request to add the Director of Tourism as a permanent voting member of the Special Events Committee, recommending to approve the request 22 0511 Request from Manitowoc County Expo/Fair entertainment pavilion purveyors to extend live band music performances on Friday, August 26th and Saturday, August 27, 2022 to 11:30 p.m. with beer sales ending at Midnight and with music stopping at 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday and beer sales discontinuing at 11:30 p.m.; recommending to approve the request 22 0513 CAWG request for Unbudgeted funds to purchase a Traffic Counter, recommending to approve the request 22 0514 L20 00117 Brotski Claim for >$5,000 for Injuries from City Street, recommending to deny the claim 22 0516 Donation to Parks Department for sign indicating the Vetter Trailhead in Camp Vits; recommending to approve and accept the donation 22 0517 Request to enter into agreement with DocuSign, recommending to enter into the agreement 22 0546 General City Claims in the amount of $5,081,811.63 enumerated on list thereof, recommending that the claims be allowed and ordered paid and Mayor, Clerk and Finance Director/Treasurer are instructed to issue the necessary order. 22 0547 Report of Finance Committee to grant the various licenses subject to approvals, inspections, insurance, payment of license fees and meeting State statute requirements, as detailed therein 5. Personnel Committee (Consent) 22 0483 Update on WPPA Grievance Resolution; recommending to approve and place on file 6. Public Infrastructure Committee (Consent) 22 0486 Revised Task Order for AECOM, recommending approval 22 0551 Progress Invoice from Wisconsin Department of Transportation totaling $1,024.75; recommending payment 22 0552 Report of Board of Public Works of 5/25/2022 for 6th and final payment of $43,705.95 to Vinton Construction Company for N 8th St & Maritime Dr Intersection Improvements, WS 21 13; recommending payment 22 0553 Report of Board of Public Works of 6/8/2022 for 2nd and final payment of $4,015.41 to Highway Landscapers Inc. for Magnolia Ave Retaining Wall Replacement, WB 21 27; recommending payment 22 0554 Report of Board of Public Works of final payments to contractors for agreements under $25,000.00; recommending acceptance and place on file 22 0555 Report of Board of Public Works of 5/25/2022, of bids received for 2022 Sanitary & Storm Sewer Construction, WU 22 8; recommending awarding to low bidder, Vinton Construction Company, in the amount of $287,766.27 7. Public Safety Committee (Consent) 22 0527 Sex Offender Residency Board Appeal for Joseph William Berres; recommending to approve the request 8. Plan Commission (Consent) I. COMMITTEE REPORTS 1. Committee of the Whole 22 0545 Resolution to approve the Organizational Structure of the City Clerk and Finance Departments Moved by Czekala, seconded by Sitkiewitz, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0561 Report of Special Event Committee recommending approval for the following events subject to Council action: Manitowoc Salmon Derby on 7/1 7/4/2022 (Waiver of noise ordinance until 11:30 pm on Fri. & Sat, extension of fermented beverage sales on City property until 11:30 pm); July 3rd Celebration on 7/3/2022 (Closure of Quay St from 6th to 8th, waiver of noise ordinance until 11:30 pm); Fourth on the Shore/Subfest on 7/4/2022 (Street closures for parade: S 8th St from Madison to Maritime Dr and Maritime Dr from N 8th St to Huron with closure of parking lanes. Fourth on the Shore/Fireworks Closures: Parking lane on E side of Maritime Dr, southbound traffic from Memorial/Waldo roundabout onto Maritime Dr to be detoured up Cleveland Ave; closure of S pier); Parish Picnic on 8/12 8/14/2022 (Road closure on N 14th St between Waldo Blvd & Menasha Ave); Car, Motorcycle, & Vintage Camper Show on 8/14/2022 (Closure of S 11th & 12th Streets between Washington & Marshall Streets; waiver of rules prohibiting alcohol in the park Moved by Czekala, seconded by Sitkiewitz, that this Report be approved and placed on file. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 2. Finance Committee 22 0515 Pelion Plan Agreement and Resolution update as required by the IRS Moved by Brey, seconded by Sitkiewitz, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0548 Report of the Industrial Development Corporation of protective covenants for the I 43 Hecker Viebahn Industrial Park Moved by Brey, seconded by Sitkiewitz, to create the I 43 Hecker Viebahn Protective Covenants and Authorize the Industrial Development Corporation to act as the City's agent to promote, develop and manage the I 43 Hecker Viebahn industrial Park per the responsibilities detailed in the by laws of the Industrial Development Corporation. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 3. Personnel Committee 22 0479 Request to Purchase Unbudgeted ACA Module in UKG for 2022 Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by Vanderkin, to approve the request. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0549 Resolution to approve a Professional Service Agreement with Carlson Dettmann Consulting for Market Measurement and Pay Plan Management Services Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by Vanderkin, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 4. Public Infrastructure Committee 22 0488 Donation Tube Request for Alpaca Materials Moved by Cummings, seconded by Brey, to approve the request. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0556 Agreement with Bodart Electric Service, Inc to complete the traffic signal upgrade on the connecting highway intersection at South 8th and Franklin St Moved by Cummings, seconded by Brey, to enter into the agreement. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0557 Stormwater Management Facility Maintenance Agreement with Setzer Properties ZGBY, LLC located at the NE quadrant of Viebahn St and S 42nd St Moved by Cummings, seconded by Brey, to enter into the agreement. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 5. Public Safety Committee 6. Plan Commission 22 0461 PC 15 2022: Cream Community Development, LLC: Request for a Conditional Use Permit for an Adaptive Reuse pursuant to 15.370(29) located at 1127 & 1133 S. 16th Street. Moved by Brey, seconded by Sitkiewitz, to approve the Conditional Use Permit. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0463 PC 17 2022: Core Treatment: Request for a Conditional Use Permit pursuant to 15.150(3)f located at 5005 Vista Road for the establishment of a 20 bed Community Based Residential Facility. Moved by Brey, seconded by Sitkiewitz, to approve the Conditional Use Permit. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0558 Ordinance to rezone property located at the SW Corner of S 16th and Clark Streets Moved by Brey, seconded by Czekala, that this Ordinance be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0559 Resolution to adopt the Public Participation Plan for the update of the Comprehensive Plan for the City of Manitowoc Moved by Brey, seconded by Czekala, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek J. OTHER BUSINESS K. ADJOURN Moved by Czekala, seconded by Sitkiewitz, that this meeting be adjourned at 7:08 p.m. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek Mackenzie Reed Kadow City Clerk RUN: July 27, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA COMMON COUNCIL 100 MAIN STREET JULY 18, 2022 MINUTES A. CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order by Mayor Merkes at 6:01 p.m. B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. C. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Ald. Sevenich, Hammond, Schmidt, Tom Grade, Ted Grade, Ropella, Nichols, Eisenach ALSO PRESENT: PC Styka, AFC Dorn, DPW Jungwirth, DDE Gordon, DDMO Brown, FD Sassman, PHD Hutter, PRD Sackett, LD Kopetsky, Interim City Attorney Walsh, Mayor Merkes, Clerk Krautkramer D. PUBLIC HEARING E. REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OFFICERS/DEPARTMENT HEADS/STAFF/CONSULTANTS 1. Clerk Krautkramer - the following minutes and communications have been received and placed on file: Minutes to receive: a. Administration Committee, 6/20/22 b. Board of Health, 5/13/22 c. Board of Public Works, 7/5/22 d. Committee on Aging, 6/10/22 e. Housing Authority, 6/27/22 f. IT Steering Committee, 7/6/22 g. NMFR Joint Finance & Personnel, 5/24/22, 6/28/22 h. Parks & Recreation, 6/14/22 i. Sustainability Board, 6/23/22 Communications: j. COVID-19 Update k. City of Menasha Domain Name l. 2022 Fireworks Complaints M/S/C: Sevenich/Ted Grade to approve. F. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER OF CONCERN TO THE CITY (five (5) minute time limit for each person) Bethany Gengler, 210 Water Street, Menasha; commented on ongoing property disputes regarding neighboring properties and area rental properties including lot lines, damage to property, storage of vehicles, and City ordinances. Jason Halverson, 504 1st Street, Menasha; commented on ongoing property disputes regarding neighboring properties including lot lines, damage to property, and forgivable loans. Melanie Kading, 669 Appleton Rd, Menasha; commented on Bird Scooters on sidewalks, prohibited activities on sidewalks, maintaining sidewalks, Bird Scooter contract provisions, scooter ridership, injuries, funds, and scooter removal from sidewalks. Rachel Dowling, 642 De Pere Street, Menasha; commented on Bird Scooters, sidewalk access, safety hazard issue, and city profit from the Bird scooters. Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha; commented on committee meetings on the City calendar, R-28-22 Recycling Consolidation Grant, Harassment ordinance, Sustainability Board minutes items, special event permits, temporary class B liquor licenses for special events, harbor master agreement approval, public access ways with tall grass, and commercial zoning minimum square footage requirements. Sevenich moved to suspend the rules to allow Sandra DaBill Taylor to continue to speak. G. CONSENT AGENDA (Prior to voting on the Consent Agenda, items on the Consent Agenda may be removed at the request of any Alderman and place immediately following action on the Consent Agenda. The procedures to follow for the Consent Agenda are: (a) removal of items from Consent Agenda; and (b) motion to approve the items from Consent Agenda.) Minutes to approve: 1. Common Council, 7/5/22 Board of Public Works, 7/5/22, Recommends Approval of: 2. Payment to Vinton Construction, Inc.; Contract Unit No. 2022-02 for the Street Reconstruction on Airport Road in the amount of $114,734.16 (Payment No. 2) H. ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA 1. M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Tom Grade to approve. 2. M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve. I. ACTION ITEMS 1. Accounts payable and payroll for the term of 7/1/22-7/14/22 in the amount of $1,108,624.05 M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Ted Grade to approve. 2. Accept and Spend Body Camera Grant Award M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Ropella to approve. J. HELD OVER BUSINESS K. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 1. R-28-22 A Cooperative Agreement to Satisfy Eligibility for Recycling Consolidation Grant for Calendar Year 2023 (Introduced by Ald. Sevenich) M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve. 2. R-29-22 A Resolution Awarding the Sale of $3,290,000 General Obligation Corporate Purpose Bonds, Series 2022B (Introduced by Mayor Merkes) M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Ropella to approve. 3. R-31-22 A Resolution Adopting the Restatement of the City of Menasha Cycle 3 401(a) Qualified Retirement Plan (Introduced by Mayor Merkes) M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Ted Grade to approve. 4. O-12-22 An Ordinance Amending Title 5, Chapter 3, Sec 5-3-1 of the Code of Ordinances (Fire Prevention Code; Hazardous Materials) (Introduced by Mayor Merkes) M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Ropella to approve. L. APPOINTMENTS 1. Mayor's appointment of Sarah Bauer to the Committee on Aging for the term of 7/18/22 2/1/25 M/S/C: Tom Grade/Nichols to approve. M. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY N. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA O. ADJOURNMENT M/S/C: Schmidt/Tom Grade to adjourn at 6:48 p.m. Haley Krautkramer City Clerk Complete minutes available in Clerk's office and on city website. Run: August 5, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA COMMON COUNCIL 100 MAIN STREET JULY 5, 2022 MINUTES A. CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order by Mayor Merkes at 6:00 p.m. B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. C. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Ald. Eisenach, Sevenich, Hammond, Schmidt, Tom Grade, Ted Grade, Ropella, Nichols ALSO PRESENT: LT Thorn, FC Kloehn, DPW Jungwirth, FD Sassman, PHD Hutter, Interim City Attorney Walsh, Mayor Merkes, Clerk Krautkramer D. PUBLIC HEARING E. REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OFFICERS/DEPARTMENT HEADS/STAFF/CONSULTANTS 1. Clerk Krautkramer - the following minutes and communications have been received and placed on file: Minutes to receive: a. Administration Committee, 6/20/22 b. Board of Public Works, 6/20/22 and 6/20/22 (Special) c. IT Steering Committee, 5/19/22 d. Parks and Recreation Board, 5/17/22 e. Personnel Committee, 6/20/22 f. Water and Light Commission, 6/22/22 Communications: g. COVID-19 Update M/S/C: Sevenich/Tom Grade to approve minutes and communications a-g. F. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER OF CONCERN TO THE CITY G. CONSENT AGENDA (Prior to voting on the Consent Agenda, items on the Consent Agenda may be removed at the request of any Alderman and place immediately following action on the Consent Agenda. The procedures to follow for the Consent Agenda are: (a) removal of items from Consent Agenda; and (b) motion to approve the items from Consent Agenda.) Minutes to approve: 1. Common Council, 6/20/22 Board of Public Works, 6/20/22, Recommends Approval of: 2. Street Use Application for Midwest Sunsplash Music Festival held on Friday, July 22, 2022 from 6:00pm-11:00pm and Saturday, July 23, 2022 from 12:00pm 11:00pm benefitting Youth Go 3. Street Use Application for the Grunski Runski held on Saturday, August 6, 2022 from 8:00am-12:00pm through Menasha Parks & Recreation 4. Payment to Vinton Construction, Inc. for Contract Unit No. 2022-02; Street Reconstruction on Airport Road in the amount of $84,105.21 (Payment No. 1) 5. Change Order to Don Heitpas and Sons, Inc for Contract Unit No. M0003-09-21-00504; 2022 Water Main & Sanitary Sewer Reconstruction an ADD of $42,380.64 (Change Order No. 2) 6. Payment to Don Heitpas and Sons, Inc. for Contract Unit No. M0003-09-21-00504; 2022 Water Main & Sanitary Sewer Reconstruction in the amount of $109,545.11 (Payment No. 3 (First for City Portion)) Personnel Committee, 6/20/22, Recommends Approval of: 7. Revised City Attorney Position Description as Amended Ald. Sevenich requested to separate items 4, 5, and 6. Mayor Merkes ruled the motion germane. M/S/CRC 8-0; Sevenich/Schmidt to approve Consent Agenda items 1, 2, 3, and 7. H. ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA 1. M/S/CRC 8-0: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve Consent Agenda item 4. 2. M/S/CRC 8-0: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve Consent Agenda item 5. 3. M/S/CRC 8-0: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve Consent Agenda item 6 I. ACTION ITEMS 1. Accounts payable and payroll for the term of 6/17/22-6/30/22 in the amount of $1,098,204.65 M/S/CRC 8-0: Nichols/Ted Grade to approve. J. HELD OVER BUSINESS K. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 1. O-15-22 An Ordinance Amending Title 11, Chapter 1, Sec.11-1-1 of the Code of Ordinances (Offenses and Nuisances) (Introduced by Mayor Merkes) M/S/CRC 8-0: Nichols/Tom Grade to approve. 2. R-26-22 A Resolution Authorizing Execution of the Department of Natural Resources Principal Forgiven Financial Assistance Agreement (Introduced by Mayor Merkes) M/S/CRC 8-0: Nichols/Ropella to approve. 3. R-27-22 A Resolution Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of up to $971,263 Water System Revenue Bonds, Series 2022A, and Providing for other Details and Covenants with Respect Thereto (Introduced by Mayor Merkes) M/S/CRC 8-0: Nichols/Ropella to approve. L. APPOINTMENTS M. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY N. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA O. ADJOURNMENT M/S/C; Schmidt/Tom Grade to adjourn at 6:15 p.m. Haley Krautkramer, City Clerk Complete minutes available in Clerk's office and on city website. Run: July 19, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA Notice of Newly Enacted Ordinances Please take notice that on August 1st, 2022 the City of Menasha enacted: O-16-22 An Ordinance Amending Title 7 Licensing and Regulation, Chapter 6, Sec. 7-6-1 of the Code of Ordinances O-17-22 An Ordinance Amending Title 13, by Making Certain Changes to the District (Parcel #5-00616-00) (I-1 Heavy Industrial District to C-1 General Commercial District) These Ordinances shall become effective upon passage and publication as provided by law. The full text of O-16-22 & O-17-22 may be obtained from the City of Menasha Clerk's Office at 100 Main St., Suite 200, Menasha, WI 54952 or online at www.cityofmenasha-wi.gov. Please call the Clerk's Office with any questions (920) 967-3608. Donald Merkes, Mayor Haley Krautkramer, Clerk RUN: August 05, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA Public Hearing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Menasha will be holding a public hearing regarding the proposed rezoning of 321 Konemac Street (Parcel #5-00616-00). Rezoning of the property from I-1 Heavy Industrial District to C-1 General Commercial District is being requested to bring in line with proper zoning use. The property proposed for rezoning is described as: G.P.R. JAMES SUBDIVISION LOT 2 OF CSM #1888 RECORDED AS DOC #70590 R.O.D. The City of Menasha Common Council will be considering this rezoning at a formal public hearing on Monday, August 1, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter in the first floor conference room of the Menasha City Center, 100 Main Street, Menasha, WI. Persons interested in this matter will be given an opportunity to comment and ask questions about the proposed rezoning. Additional information regarding the public hearing can be found on the City's website Friday prior to the meeting. Haley Krautkramer City Clerk Run: July 18, 25, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Contract 10-22 Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Board of Public Works for this project bids will ONLY be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com until 9:00 AM, local time, on the 10th day of August, 2022. Sanitary Sewer Lateral and Water Service Replacement Hunt Avenue, Madison Street, Nicolet Boulevard, Reddin Avenue and Zemlock Avenue 164 Sanitary Sewer Laterals (6,560 LF) 184 Water Services (7,350 LF) The above public work will be let to the lowest responsible bidder and shall be performed in accordance with the plans, specifications and contract now on file in the office of the Director of Public Works. No bid shall be received or considered unless accompanied by a certified check equal to five (5) percent of the bid or bid bond in equal amount payable to the City as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder shall execute and file the proper contract and bond within ten days from the date the lowest responsible bid is accepted. In case the bidder fails to file such contract and bond within the time set by the City, the check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the City as liquidated damages. Complete digital project documents are available at QuestCDN.com. A contractor may view the contract documents at no cost prior to becoming a Planholder. Input the QuestCDN project number 8242209 on the website's project page to download the digital documents for $20.00. Project bid documents must be downloaded from QuestCDN which will add your company to the Planholder list and allow access to VBid online bidding for submittal of your bid (required for this project). Bidders will be charged a fee of $30.00 to submit a bid electronically. Documents may be examined in the office of the Director of Public Works. Unless previously qualified, Contractors bidding on these contracts shall be prequalified before receiving plans and specifications. Proof of Responsibility forms may be obtained from the Director of Public Works, and shall be filed with him for consideration by the Public Services and Safety Committee not later than 4:00 p.m., August 3, 2022. The City of Neenah is applying to fund portions of this contract through the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP) administered by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. All work in this contract is subsequently subject to the Davis-Bacon Compliance Provisions. All iron and steel products provided by the Contractor shall be produced in the United States and comply with the American Iron and Steel Requirement (AIS). The City of Neenah strongly encourages DBEs, including MBEs and WBEs, to submit bid proposals. The minimum wage scale to be paid on said project by the Contractor is either included in the specifications or on file in the office of the City Clerk in accordance with Section 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin this 27th day of July, 2022 Board of Public Works City of Neenah Gerry Kaiser, Director of Public Works Run: July 27, Aug 3, 2022 WNAXLP


City of Neenah Notice of Public Hearing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held by the City of Neenah to consider rezoning land located at 684 Congress Street from the C1, General Commercial District to the R1, Sing-Family Residence District. The property for which the rezoning is being requested is legally described as follows: 684 Congress Street The West One-Hundred Thirty (130) feet of the South One-Hundred Twenty-Two and Seventy-Six Hundredths (122.76) feet of that part of the Lot Fourteen (14) in FIRST ADDITION TO LAKE VIEW, in the First Ward, City of Neenah, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, lying East of the East line of Congress Street. Parcel IDs: 801-0289-00-00 The hearing will be held at the City Administration Building, 211 Walnut Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. Plan Commission Informal Hearing Tuesday, August 9 4:15 P.M. Council Formal Hearing Wednesday, August 17 7:00 P.M. Council Chambers NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that applicant and interested persons may appear at said hearings and be heard for or against the proposed rezoning. Charlotte Nagel City Clerk Neenah, Wisconsin Publish: August 5th and 8th wnaxlp


City of Nekoosa Public Test of Electronic Voting Equipment A Public Test of Electronic Voting Equipment to be used at the August 9, 2022, Primary Election will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 3, 2022, in the City Clerk's Office, 951 Market St. Nekoosa. Joseph M. Rusch II City Clerk Run: August 2, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF OSHKOSH PAYMENT PLAN - CONTRACTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the contract mentioned below is certified by the City of Oshkosh for the following improvements: CONTRACT NO 21-07 CONCRETE PAVEMENT, ASPHALT PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK (NEW & REHABILITATION), DRIVEWAY APRONS, SANITARY SEWER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), WATER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), & STORM SEWER MAINS & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY): Knapp Street from 150' North of Osborn Avenue to 150' South West 18th Avenue Erie Avenue from Knapp Street to Rugby Street Florida Avenue from Knapp Street to 150' East of Sanders Street Rugby Street from West South Park Avenue to Florida Avenue Sanders Street from West South Park Avenue to Florida Avenue West 18th Avenue from 150' East of Knapp Street to 150' West of Knapp Street West 17th Avenue from 150' East of Knapp Street to 150' West of Knapp Street Concordia Avenue from 150' East of Knapp Street to 150' West of Knapp Street Osborn Avenue from 150' east of Knapp Street to 150' west of Knapp Street CONTRACT NO 21-20 STORM SEWER LATERALS 1119 Grove Street 1906 Northpoint Street 1859 Northpoint Street 910 Alpine Court 2315 West 9th Avenue 1625 Graber Street 1635 Graber Street 1705 Graber Street 1715 Graber Street 1725 Graber Street 1735 Graber Street 1621 Bismarck Avenue 225 South Sawyer Street 1641 Maricopa Drive 2339 Hamilton Street 1265 Huron Court 1845 Cliffview Court 1584 Villa Park Drive 1585 Villa Park Drive 1605 Deerfield Drive 1711 Crystal Springs Drive 1336 West 5th Avenue 1503 Liberty Street 336 West South Park Avenue 1107 Taft Avenue 1636 Menominee Drive 1112 Oak Street 641 West 8th Avenue 1930 Mount Vernon Street 1021 Eastman Street 1102 Armory Place 1650 Villa Park Drive 1111 Adams Avenue 362 Westbrook Drive 1108 Pierce Avenue 1717 Crystal Springs Drive 1107 Grove Street 1905 Northpoint Street 1615 Graber Street 1619 East Murdock Avenue 1615 Bismarck Avenue 1620 Bismarck Avenue 1855 Cliffview Court 1595 Villa Park Drive 1632 Menominee Drive Included with this notice, is the amount of the Special Assessment against your property or properties. A statement of the same is on file in the office of the Finance Department. At this time the City needs to know the payment choice for your assessment, PAYMENT CANNOT BE ACCEPTED AT THIS TIME. NOTE: THE PROPERTY OWNER MUST MAKE PAYMENT CHOICE TO THE CITY FINANCE DEPARTMENT BY AUGUST 15, 2022. Per section 21-07 (A) of the Oshkosh Municipal Code Book the property owner shall be deemed to accept the following if the payment plan sheet is not returned to the City Finance Department by the date deadline. Payment choice of the assessment may be made in one of the following manners: PAYMENT IN FULL The enclosed colored form must be signed by the property owner and returned to the City Finance office by AUGUST 15, 2022. The City of Oshkosh will then send the property owner a city certificate (bill / invoice), payment must be paid in full by November 1, 2022. If after making this selection, the property owner fails to make payment in full to the City Treasurer, the balance will be placed on the next property tax bill (tax bill that will be mailed December 2022). FIVE ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed colored form and returning it to the City Finance Office by AUGUST 15, 2022. The amount of the assessment will be placed on the property tax bill with interest at 4% of the unpaid balance per year over the five (5) year period. The annual assessment payment and interest will be included in the total tax bill payment. The assessment balance may be paid in full at any time during the five year period, with interest prorated to the month of payment. TEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed colored form and returning it to the City Finance Office by AUGUST 15, 2022. The amount of the assessment will be placed on the property tax bill with interest at 4% of the unpaid balance per year over the ten (10) year period. The annual assessment payment and interest will be included in the total tax bill payment. The assessment balance may be paid in full at any time during the ten year period, with interest prorated to the month of payment. Property owner shall be deemed to accept this plan unless he / she filed the payment plan with the City Finance Office. FIFTEEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Finance Office by AUGUST 15, 2022. The amount of the assessment will be placed on the property tax bill with interest at 4% of the unpaid balance per year over the fifteen- (15) year period. The annual assessment payment and interest will be included in the total tax bill payment. The assessment balance may be paid in full at any time during the fifteen-year period, with interest pro-rated to the month of payment. CITY OF OSHKOSH JENNIFER MESSERSCHMIDT ASSISTANT FINANCE DIRECTOR PUBLISHED: 07/17/22 wnaxlp


City of Schofield Notice of Amending an ordinance entitled "City Clerk/Treasurer" Sec. 2-134 Please take notice that the City of Schofield has amended an Ordinance on July 12, 2022 with respect to "Duties of City Clerk" Sec. 2-134 This amendment to the Schofield code lists the duties of the City Clerk. The full text of this Ordinance may be obtained from the City of Schofield Clerk's office, 200 Park Street, Schofield, WI 54476 or at Schofield's website www.cityofschofield.org RUN: July 26, 2022 WNAXLP


City of Schofield Notice of Creating an ordinance entitled "Duties of City Treasurer" Sec. 2-136 Please take notice that the City of Schofield has created an Ordinance on July 12, 2022 with respect to "Duties of City Treasurer" Sec. 2-136 This creation to the Schofield code lists the duties of the City Treasurer. The full text of this Ordinance may be obtained from the City of Schofield Clerk's office, 200 Park Street, Schofield, WI 54476 or at Schofield's website www.cityofschofield.org RUN: July 26, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF SCHOFIELD, MARATHON COUNTY, WISCONSIN A CHARTER ORDINANCE AMENDING CHARTER ORDINANCE NO. C [AKA CHARTER ORDINANCE NO. D] PROVIDING FOR THE COMBINED OFFICES OF CLERK AND TREASURER The City Council of the City of Schofield, Marathon County, Wisconsin, do ordain as follows: Section 1: Charter Ordinance No. C [aka Charter Ordinance No. D] of the City of Schofield is hereby amended as follows: (1) Repealed. (2) The offices of the Clerk and Treasurer of the City of Schofield, Marathon County, Wisconsin shall each be appointed by the Mayor subject confirmation by the Common Council. Section 2: If any provisions of this Charter Ordinance is invalid or unconstitutional or if the application of this Charter Ordinance to any person or circumstances is found invalid or unconstitutional by a Court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutional shall not affect the provisions or application of this Charter Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid or unconstitutional provision or application. Section 3: All Ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 4: This Charter Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its date of passage and publication as required by law. Adopted by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the members elect of the City Council this 12th day of July, 2022. CITY OF SCHOFIELD Kregg Hoehn, Mayor ATTEST: Lisa Quinn, City Clerk/Treasurer Adopted: 7/12/2022 Published: RUN: July 26, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF SHEBOYGAN DEMOLITION OF COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE REQUEST FOR BIDS # 2015-22 Bids will be received by the City of Sheboygan Purchasing Agent until 1:00 p.m. Local Time, Tuesday August 16, 2022 for the complete demolition and associated site restoration of a commercial property located at 2601 North 15thth Street, Sheboygan WI In order to be considered, Sealed bids on approved forms, are to be received no later than the date and time above in the office of the Purchasing Agent, City of Sheboygan City Hall, 828 Center Avenue, Sheboygan, WI 53081. A single contract will be awarded for providing all services as defined. Detailed specifications may be obtained at no cost by contacting Bernard Rammer, Purchasing Agent at (920) 459-3469 or via email at bernard.rammer@sheboyganwi.gov In order to be considered, bids must be accompanied by a Bid Bond or Certified check in an amount not less than 5% of the total lump sum bid to act as surety that if awarded the work, the bidder will successfully complete the contract phase. A Performance and Payment bond in an amount not less than 100% of the lump sum bid amount will be required to be provided to the City of Sheboygan within ten days of receipt of the notice of award. All bids received must remain in effect for not less than 90 days following the due date. Attention is called to the fact that this project is funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) grant . The bidder's attention is also called to the Notice for the Requirement of Affirmative Action to insure Equal Employment Opportunity for employment of women and minorities in the project area. In addition, it is the policy for this project that minority business enterprises shall have the maximum opportunity to participate in the performance of contracts financed in whole or in part with Federal funding under this agreement. Attention of bidders is further called to the fact that the successful bidder must ensure that employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of race, color, sex, religion or national origin. Federal requirements for equal opportunity (Executive Order 11246, Segregated Facilities section 3 and section 109 and the conditions of employment and wage rates to be paid under the contract. A Mandatory pre-bid conference will be held on Tuesday July 26, 2022 Beginning at 1:00 PM at the Property. In order to be considered, all bidders must have a representative in attendance at the pre-bid conference. The successful contractor shall maintain, and furnish a certificate of insurance to the Purchasing Agent for Worker's Compensation Insurance for all workers on this contract, as well as Public Liability and Property Damage Insurance, including Contractors Contingent and Protective Insurance, as will protect him and any subcontractor performing work covered by this contract, from claims for damages for personal injury, including accidental death as well as claims for property damages which may arise from operations under this contract. The contract document will accompany a City of Sheboygan Purchase Order referencing the terms and conditions of the bid documents. All bids received shall remain in force for not less than (90) Ninety days following the bid due date. The City of Sheboygan is exempt from Federal Excise Tax and State Sales Tax. Bids shall be made exclusive of these taxes. Certification will be furnished to the successful bidder upon request. The City of Sheboygan reserves the right to reject any or all bids, cancel this solicitation, to waive informalities in the bidding process, or to accept any bid considered most advantageous to the City of Sheboygan. Bernard R. Rammer Purchasing Agent RUN: July 19, 25, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS NOTICE OF ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING OF THE JOINT REVIEW BOARD FOR THE CREATION OF TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT NO. 17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on August 8, 2022 at 3:30 PM, a meeting will be held by the Joint Review Board of the City of Two Rivers, Wisconsin in the Council Chambers, Third Floor at City Hall, 1717 East Park Street, Two Rivers, Wisconsin pursuant to the requirement of Section 66.1105(4m) of the Wisconsin State Statutes, regarding the following: Nominations and Selection of Chairman, Secretary and the Public Member for Tax Incremental District No. 17 (TID No. 17); and Preliminary review of the proposed Project Plan and Boundaries for proposed new of TID No. 17 to eliminate blight and redevelop the former Eggers West Industries property along West Twin River. A developer has proposed the construction of a 54-unit multi-family residential development. The proposed Project Plan for the District includes provisions for possible cash grant(s) to assist the developer with construction costs. Expenditures also include possible TIF grant(s) to assist with the rehabilitation of the existing building on the property for future mixed-use and/or residential use. Additionally, if financially feasible, are shoreline and trail improvements, and business façade and improvement grants within one-half mile of the District's boundaries. A copy of the above described proposal is available for review at the City Manager's office in City Hall. Creation of TID No. 17 could occur in occur in September 2022 after a public hearing by the Plan Commission, review and approval by the City Council and an approval action by the Joint Review Board. Dated July 26, 2022 Jamie Jackson, City Clerk Vicky Berg, Zoning Administrator Published on August 1, 2022. PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE PLAN COMMISSON OF THE CITYOF TWO RIVERS, WISCONSIN Run: August 1, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, July 18, 2022 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Council President Wachowski at 6:00 PM. Roll Call by City Clerk Councilmembers present: Jeff Dahlke, Bill LeClair, Darla LeClair, Tim Petri, Jason Ring, Bonnie Shimulunas, Scott Stechmesser, Adam Wachowski. Excused: Tracey Koach. CONSENT AGENDA: Presentation of Minutes: City Council Meeting July 5, 2022. Motion to waive reading and adopt the minutes. Minutes of Meetings: Lester Public Library, June 14, 2022; Public Utilities Committee, July 12, 2022; Public Works Committee, July 6, 2022; Plan Commission, July 11, 2022; Motion to receive and file. Department Reports, June 2022: City Clerk, Community Development, Electric, Fire, Inspections, Library, Police, Public Works, Safety, Water. Motion to receive and file. Applications and Petitions; Application for Temporary Class "B" Retailer's License from Softball Central for Crazy from the Heat 7 Girls Fastpitch Tournament at Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park, 1200 35th Street, July 28-31, 2022. Noise Ordinance Waiver Request from Relay for Life on Friday, July 29 Until 11:00 PM--Waiving the Provisions of Sections 9-2-5B(2)(b) Regarding Noise Audible Within an Enclosed Structure Used for Residential Purposes and Section 9-2-5D, Pertaining to Vibration. Schedule Public Hearing for August 1, 2022 for a Request to Change the Zoning for a 26 Square Foot Area of Property at 1723 East Street from B-1 Business District to R-3 Single and Double Family Residence District. Motion to approve the Consent Agenda with the various actions recommended. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Ordinance to Repeal and Recreate Title 5, Chapter 2, Section 5, entitled "Amount of Sewer Service Charges" of the Municipal Code, Increasing the Fixed Charge and Additional Unit Charge Each by $2.00 Per Month. Motion by Dahlke, seconded by Shimulunas to waive reading and adopt the ordinance. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Voting Yea: D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser. Voting Nay: Dahlke, B. LeClair, Wachowski. Resolution Authorizing Actions for Abatement of Nuisance at 1816 29th Street, Two Rivers, Wisconsin (Fire-Damaged Property). Motion made by Stechmesser, seconded by Dahlke to waive reading and adopt the resolution. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Voting Yea: D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser. Voting Nay: Dahlke, B. LeClair, Wachowski. City Manager's Appointment to the Committee on Aging. Motion by B. LeClair, secondeded by D. LeClair to approve the appointment of Kyle Korinek, to the Committee on Aging, to a term expiring May 1, 2024. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Voting Yea: D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Dahlke, B. LeClair, Wachowski. Action on whether or not to upgrade cable equipment for broadcasting. Motion to upgrade cable equipment to broadcast meetings to the Spectrum public access channel. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Council discussed options for increased usage of the Spectrum public access channel if an upgrade to the equipment were approved. Motion carried with a roll call vote. All in favor. Motion by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser to amend to upgrade cable equipment at a one-time cost of $28,000 and direct staff to report information from Spectrum regarding equipment guarantees during the three-year commitment period and obtain viewership data following launch of the new equipment. Additionally, staff is directed to present a budget amendment to Council identifying a funding source for the equipment upgrade. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Voting Yea: D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Dahlke, B. LeClair, Wachowski. Traffic Control on Buchholz Street at 8th and 9th Streets. Motion made by Ring, seconded by Wachowski to install yield signs on Buchholz Street at 8th and 9th Streets. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Traffic Control on Lowell Street, between 36th Street and 44th Street. Motion to Dahlke, seconded by B. LeClair to install yield signs on Lowell Street at 38th St, 39th Street, and 41st Street and installation of stop signs on Lowell Street at 44th Street, and on 36th Street at Lowell Street. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Parking Revisions to Parking Restrictions Around Magee School and Traffic Control on Lowell St, North of Magee School. Motion by B. LeClair, seconded by Dahlke to allow parking on east side of Glenwood (34th-36th St); allow parking on west side of Glenwood, 34th St to south of 35th Street; extend the 'No Stopping or Parking' area on the south side of 36th Street from Glenwood Street to the west end of the west driveway on said street; place 'No Parking Here to Corner' signs at ends of existing yellow curb at the intersection of 35th Street and Glenwood. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Petri, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Voting Nay: Ring Motion to enter into Closed Session at 8:08 PM, per Wisc. Stats 19.85(1) )(e) deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investment of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reason require a closed session: Review terms for possible TID 16 Development Agreement; to assist in multi-family residential development on the City-owned former Eggers Industries, downtown property on the East Twin River between 19th and 20th Streets, discuss matters pertaining to City property to possible sale of City property, discuss possible property purchase by City. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to reconvene in open session at 8:53 PM to consider possible actions in follow-up to closed session discussions. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by D. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to dispense with the reading of the minutes of this meeting and adjourn at 8:54 PM. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by D. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Jamie Jackson City Clerk RUN: August 5, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, June 20, 2022 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Council President Wachowski at 6:00 PM. Roll Call by City Clerk Councilmembers present: Jeff Dahlke, Bill LeClair, Darla LeClair, Tracey Koach, Tim Petri, Jason Ring, Bonnie Shimulunas, Scott Stechmesser, Adam Wachowski. CONSENT AGENDA: Presentation of Minutes: City Council Meeting June 6, 2022. Motion to waive reading and adopt the minutes. Minutes of Meetings: Lester Public Library, May 10, 2022; Public Utilities Committee, June 7, 2022; Public Works Committee, June 1, 2022; Plan Commission, June 13, 2022; Motion to receive and file. Department Reports, Mayl 2022: City Clerk, Community Development, Electric, Fire, Inspections, Library, Police, Public Works, Safety, Water. Motion to receive and file. Summary of Verified Bills for the Month of May for $1,358,405.48. Motion to receive and file. Applications and Petitions: Two Rivers Main Street, Inc. for Brew Dash at East Central Park on August 6, 2022. Two Rivers Main Street, Inc. for Bryan Lee Memorial Blues Fest at West Central Park on July 9, 2022. Rogers Street Fishing Village for Rogers Street Days at 2100 Block of Jackson Street on August 12-13, 2022. New Application for Landscaping/Tree Removal License for the period of June 20, 2022 to June 30, 2022: Clarence Davids & Company, 22901 S. Ridgeland Ave., Matteson, IL 60443. Renewal Applications for Landscaping/Tree Removal License for the period of July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023: Chris Lewis Tree Surgery, PO Box 1564, Manitowoc, WI 54221. Clarence Davids & Company, 22901 S. Ridgeland Ave., Matteson, IL 60443. Motion to approve the applications and authorize the City Clerk to issue the licenses. Three Applications for Commercial-Hauler's License - Recommended for Approval: Pozorski Hauling & Recycling LLC, 2515 Viebahn Street, Manitowoc. Waste Management, 1861 Allouez Avenue E, Green Bay. Manitowoc Disposal Inc., 1800 Johnston Drive, Manitowoc. Motion to approve the applications and authorize the Engineering Department to issue the licenses. Noise Ordinance Waiver Request from Two Rivers Kiwanis Club for Two Rivers Fish Derby on July 15-16 Until 11:00 PM--Waiving the Provisions of Sections 9-2-5B(2)(b) Regarding Noise Audible Within an Enclosed Structure Used for Residential Purposes and Section 9-2-5D, Pertaining to Vibration. Motion to approve the request as submitted. Noise Ordinance Waiver Request from Rogers Street Days on August 12-13 Until 11:30 PM--Waiving the Provisions of Sections 9-2-5B(2)(b) Regarding Noise Audible Within an Enclosed Structure Used for Residential Purposes and Section 9-2-5D, Pertaining to Vibration. Motion to approve the request as submitted. Schedule Public Hearing for a Conditional Use Permit for a Drive-Thru Restaurant at 1210 Washington, Submitted by NIVLOC I, LLC and MACH IV Engineering & Surveying, LLC. Motion to schedule public hearing on Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 6:00 PM, as recommended by the Plan Commission. Motion to receive and file. Motion to approve the Consent Agenda with the various actions recommended. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. City Manager's Appointment and Re-Appointment to Boards, Committees and Commissions: Larry Thomas, Environmental Advisory Board, term to expire 2024. Motion to approve the appointments, as recommended by the City Manager. Theresa Kronforst, Business Improvement District Board, terms to expire 2024. Motion carried unanimously upon a voice vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, Seconded by Shimulunas. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Ordinance to Repeal and Recreate Municipal Code Section 2-7-10 Relating to Destruction and Preservation of Public Records to Adopt Wisconsin Public Records Board's General Records Schedule. Motion to waive reading, adopt the ordinance, and direct the City Clerk to notify the Public Records Board and Wisconsin Historical Society of the General Records Schedule adoption. Motion carried unanimously upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Koach, seconded by Ring. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Wachowsk.i Zoning Code Provisions Related to Produce Gardens in Front and Street Side Yards. Motion to affirm no change to the existing ordinance, as recommended by the Plan Commission at the June 13 meeting. Motion to refer the topic of produce gardens in front and street side yards to the Environmental Advisory Board for additional discussion and development of a program for referral back to the Plan Commission for its review and comment before coming back to City Council. Motion carried unanimously upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Petri. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Idle Sites Grant Agreement with Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation--$250,000 to Assist with Renovation of Former Paragon Electric Facility, 606 Parkway Boulevard. Motion to authorize the City Manager to sign the agreement on behalf of the City. Motion carried unanimously upon a voice vote. Motion made by Stechmesser, seconded by B. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Public Works Committee Recomendations Regarding Parking and Traffic Control Measures in the Area of West Park Street. Handicapped Spaces. Designate the Southernmost and Northernmost Diagonal Spaces on West Park Street as Handicapped Spaces. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Stechmesser. Voting Nay: Dahlke, Shimulunas, Wachowski. On-street parking: Recommended by Committee: Remove Current Two-Hour Restriction from West Park and from South Side of 18th, North Side of 17th Between Adams and Washington. Recommended by City Manager: Retain Existing Two-Hour Restrictions. Motion to remove current two-hour restriction from West Park and from south side of 18th Street and north side of 17th Street between Adams and Washington as recommended by the Public Works Committee. Motion failed unanimously upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Nay: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to send the topic of traffic control measures in the area of West Park Street relating to a time restriction on parking back to the Public Works Committee for further review. Motion carried unanimously upon a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by D. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to dispense with the reading of the minutes of this meeting and adjourn at 7:45 PM. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by D. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Jamie Jackson City Clerk Run: July 22, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, June 6, 2022 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Council President Wachowski at 6:00 PM. Roll Call by City Clerk Councilmembers present: Jeff Dahlke, Bill LeClair, Darla LeClair, Tracey Koach, Tim Petri, Jason Ring, Bonnie Shimulunas, Scott Stechmesser, Adam Wachowski City Clerk Jackson reported that notice of the meeting was properly posted. CONSENT AGENDA: Presentation of Minutes City Council Meeting May 16, 2022; City Council Work Session Meeting May 23, 2022. Motion to waive reading and adopt the minutes. Minutes of Meetings: Business and Industrial Development Committee/Community Development Authority, April 26, 2022; Joint Meeting of the City Council and Room Tax Commission, May 16, 2022; Board of Review, May 25, 2022; Architectural Control Committee, May 25, 2022; Police & Fire Commission, May 31, 2022. Motion to receive and file. Finance Reports April 2022: Debt Service, General Fund, Lester Library, Utilities Report. Motion to receive and file. Applications and Petitions: Application for Temporary Class "B" Retailer's License from Friends of Two Rivers Snowfest for Snowfest 2022, July 22 to July 24, 2022 at 2111 Pierce Street, Two Rivers. Application for Temporary Class "B" Retailer's License from Two Rivers Main Street Inc. for Cool City Classic Car Show & Cruise, June 24-25, 2022 at Washington Street, from 15th Street to 22nd Street, Two Rivers. Application for Temporary Class "B" Retailer's License from Two Rivers Youth Sports for Beach Bash, June 24-25, 2022 at 500 Zlatnik Drive, Lots 2 & 3 and Parts of the Beach, Two Rivers. Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license. New Combination Class "B" Beer/"Class B" Liquor License Application for Period of July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023: The Hook Lanes and Games LLC, 1916 Washington Street, Two Rivers - Timothy J. Klein, Agent (dba The Hook). Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license consistent with review and determination of the Chief of Police. New Combination Class "A" Beer/"Class A" Liquor License Application for Period of July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023. One Stop Beach Shop LLC, 812 22nd Street, Two Rivers - Shaneka Elliott, Agent (dba One Stop Beach Shop) - previously licensed for Class "A" Beer only. Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license. Renewal License Applications for Period of July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023: Class "A" Beer License - Qty 1; Combination Class "A" Beer/"Class A" Liquor Licenses - Qty 8; Combination Class "B" Beer/"Class B" Liquor Licenses - Qty 24; Beer Garden Permits - Qty 11 (including waiver to minimum distance from residential property requirement for Submariners Pub LLC)., Cigarette and Tobacco Retail Products Licenses - Qty 10; Landscape & Tree Removal Licenses - Qty 15; Motion to approve the applications and authorize issuance of the licenses as provided for in the list submitted by the City Clerk and upon satisfactory inspection. Noise Ordinance Waiver for Snowfest, July 22nd and 23rd until Midnight--Waive the Provisions of Sections 9-2-5B(2)(b) Regarding Noise Audible Within an Enclosed Structure Used for Residential Purposes and Section 9-2-5D, Pertaining to Vibration and Snowfest Parade Road Closure of Columbus Street Between Memorial Drive/STH 42 and Highway 310, Saturday July 23, 2022, 8:00 AM-1:00 PM. Motion to approve the request as submitted. Motion to approve the Consent Agenda with the various actions recommended. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by B. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Resolution Recognizing Thursday, June 23, 2022 as Sundae Thursday. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by B. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. City Manager's Appointment and Re-Appointment to Boards, Committees and Commissions: Jo Anne Yungerman, Committee on Aging, term to expire 2025; Travis Kadow, Advisory Recreation Board, re-appointment term to expire 2025. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Stechmesser, seconded by Ring.Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Ordinance to Create Chapter 6-13 of the Municipal Code, Entitled "Licensing of Short-Term Rentals" and to Amend Section 1-2-1, Entitled "Fees" to Create a Procedure for Licensing Short-Term Rentals and License Fees. Motion to waive reading and adopt the ordinance. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, seconded by Shimulunas. Council had discussion on the ability to incorporate parking requirements in the ordinance that allow for either on-street or off-street parking. Motion to amend to add one parking space for every four occupants. Motion made by Ring, Seconded by D. LeClair. Council had additional discussion regarding the need for parking, whether on-street or off-street, the effective date of the ordinance, and the license fees. Motion amended to adopt the ordinance with revisions including the requirement for one off-street parking space per rental unit with the exception of the downtown area as identified by the zoning code and increasing the license fee to $150 including up to three property managers in the license fee and $25 for each additional property manager. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by Ring, seconded by D. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to also add an effective date of January 1, 2023 to the proposed ordinance. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by Koach, Seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Voting Nay: Petri. Community Development Incentive Grant Agreement with Wisconsin Development Economic Corporation Providing $250,000 in Funding Assistance for Cool City Brewing Company. Motion to authorize the City Manager to sign the agreement on behalf of the City. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, seconded by D. LeClair. Voting Yea: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Voting Abstaining: Dahlke. Consider Referring to the Plan Commission a Request to Address the Current Zoning Code Prohibition on Produce Gardens in Front and Street Side Yards, to Possibly Eliminate or Modify That Prohibition. Motion to refer the possibility of allowing front and street side yard produce gardens to the Plan Commission for further exploration and possible recommendation back to City Council. Motion carried upon a voice vote. Motion made by D. LeClair, seconded by Koach. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Discussion of Current Ordinance Provisions Prohibiting ATV/UTVs on City Streets. Motion to conduct a public hearing on whether or not to allow ATVs or UTVs on City streets with promotion of the public hearing communicated to the public via the City's social media accounts and in the monthly newsletters inserted in the utility bill mailings. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Petri. The motion was then amended to add that the public hearing notice should indicate that the City is looking for a "yes" or "no" as to whether or not to allow ATVs or UTVs on City streets and that no additional information should be presented with the notice. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Petri. Voting Yea: Dahlke, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Voting Nay: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach. Motion to schedule the public hearing during the August 15, 2022 regular City Council meeting. Written comments ahead of the meeting can be sent to the City Clerk via email to jjackson@two-rivers.org or mail to: City Clerk, PO Box 87, Two Rivers, WI 54241 with the expectation that the City Clerk will forward any correspondence received to the City Council weekly until the time of the public hearing. Motion carried upon a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Petri. Voting Yea: Dahlke, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Voting Nay: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach. Motion to enter into Closed Session at 9:22 PM, per Wisc. Stats 19.85(1)(e) deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investment of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reason require a closed session: Possible City assistance to proposed redevelopment project at 3000 Forest Avenue. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Shimulunas. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to reconvene in open session at 9:30 PM to consider possible actions in follow-up to closed session discussions. Motion carried upon a voice vote. Motion made by D. LeClair, Seconded by Dahlke. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to dispense with the reading of the minutes of this meeting and adjourn the meeting at 9:30 PM. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by B. LeClair.Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Jamie Jackson City Clerk Run: July 22, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Tuesday, July 5, 2022 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Council President Wachowski at 6:00 PM. Roll Call by City Clerk Councilmembers present: Jeff Dahlke, Bill LeClair, Darla LeClair, Tracey Koach, Tim Petri, Jason Ring, Bonnie Shimulunas, Scott Stechmesser, Adam Wachowski. City Clerk Jackson reported that notice of the meeting was properly posted. Public Hearing for Conditional Use Permit for a Drive-Thru Facility at 1210 Washington Street. Motion to approve conditional use permit. Council President Wachowski opened the public hearing and made three calls for public input. There were no members of the public present and wishing to comment during the public hearing. The public hearing was closed. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by Koach, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. CONSENT AGENDA: Presentation of Minutes City Council Meeting June 20, 2022; City Council Work Session Meeting June 27, 2022. Motion to waive reading and adopt the minutes. Minutes of Meetings: Business and Industrial Development Committee/Community Development Authority, June 24, 2022; Motion to receive and file. Finance Reports May 2022: Debt Service, General Fund, Lester Library, Utilities Report. Motion to receive and file. Applications and Petitions: Applications for Temporary Class "B" Licenses from Rotary Club of Two Rivers for Bands on the Beach at Neshotah Park Rotary Pavilion: July 10, July 31, August 6, August 14, August 21, and August 27, 2022. Motion to approve the applications and authorize issuance of the licenses. Application for Operator License - Recommended for Denial by Police Chief: Robert A Wordell. Motion to deny the application, based on the recommendation of the Police Chief. Motion to approve the Consent Agenda with the various actions recommended. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by D. LeClair, seconded by Koach. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Resolution Regarding Wastewater Treatment Facility Compliance Maintenance Annual Report. Motion to waive reading and adopt the resolution. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Proclamation for Bryan Lee Day, July 9, 2022. Motion to read and adopt the proclamation. Motion carried upon a voice vote. Motion made by Koach, seconded by Ring. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Ordinance Amending Title 8, Chapter 3, Section 3 of the Municipal Code, to Modify Liability Insurance Requirements for Businesses Renting Bicycles, E-Bikes, Electric Scooters or Electric Personal Mobility Devices. Motion to waive reading and adopt the ordinance. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, seconded by Dahlke. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Ordinance Amending Title 8, Chapter 9, Section 3 of the Municipal Code, Pertaining to Liability Insurance Requirements for Commercial Uses of Golf Carts. Motion to waive reading and adopt the ordinance. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Stechmesser, seconded by Dahlke. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Ordinance to Repeal and Recreate Title 5, Chapter 2, Section 5, entitled "Amount of Sewer Service Charges" of the Municipal Code, Increasing Rate by Amounts that in Aggregate Represent a 4.8 Percent Increase in User Charge Revenue. Motion to waive reading and adopt the ordinance. Motion made by D. LeClair, seconded by Shimulunas.Motion to request that the staff look into the possibility of making the per unit monthly charge the same as the fixed monthly charge in an effort to make decrease the amount of increase per unit. The Public Utilities Committee will review at their meeting on July 12 and provide a recommendation to Council for approval on July 18. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Koach, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Consider Dates for Rescheduling Community-Sponsored Fireworks (Cancelled on July 4). Motion to direct staff to reschedule fireworks show for Saturday, September 10. In the event of another weather cancellation, the show will be held Saturday, September 17. Motion carried upon a voice vote. Motion made by D. LeClair, seconded by B. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski Motion to dispense with the reading of the minutes of this meeting and adjourn the meeting at 7:33 PM. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Jamie Jackson City Clerk Run: July 22, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: 2022 WAUSAU MUNICIPAL PARKING RAMP REPAIRS SEARS RAMP REBID Work to include concrete repair, joint repair, sealants, brick and masonry repair, and door repair. Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 8272606. There is a non-refundable fee of $30.00 for each set of Contract Documents. For this project bids will only be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com. To access the electronic bid form, download the project documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the bid advertisement. (The on-line bid button will be available when the project is published and ready for bid submitting.) Bids will be received until 1:30 p.m. on August 23, 2022. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on August 15, 2022, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: August 8 & 15, 2022 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF Beverly A. Miller AND THE David and Beverly Miller Trust Dated September 26, 2008 Pursuant to Wisconsin Statute § 701.0508, Wisconsin Statutes, Bradley D. Miller, as Trustee of the David and Beverly Miller Trust Dated September 26, 2008 with the power to pay the debts of Beverly A. Miller (deceased 6/9/2022) hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing for payment of debts of Beverly A. Miller and/or the David and Beverly Miller Trust Dated September 26, 2008 being the date four (4) months after the date of first insertion of this notice. Bradley D. Miller Trustee Address: c/o Hougum Law Firm, LLC 305 South 18th Ave., Suite 200 Wausau, WI 54401 Run: July 27, Aug 3, 10, 2022 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF: NANCY K. MARTINI Pursuant to section 701.0508(1), Wisconsin Statutes, Fiduciary Partners Trust Co., as Trustee of the Nancy Martini Living Trust, with power to pay the debts of Nancy K. Martini, DOD June 22, 2022, hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing claims for payment of debts of Nancy K. Martini with Fiduciary Partners Trust Co. as Trustee of the Nancy Martini Living Trust, is November 14, 2022, being the date four (4) months after the date of the first insertion of this Notice. FIDUCIARY PARTNERS TRUST COMPANY 3913 W Prospect Ave., Ste. 201 Appleton, WI 54914-8797 (920) 380-9960 By: Kris Snyder Vice President Run: July 14, 21, 28, 2022 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE Pursuant to Sec. 701.065, Wisconsin Statutes, DEBORAH GASTORF, is Trustee of the VIRGINIA NIXON TRUST, with power to pay the debts of VIRGINIA NIXON and the said Trust, date of death July 22, 2022, with a post office address: C/O Atty. Tom F. Galloway, 416 S. Monroe Ave. Green Bay, WI 54301, hereby provides notice that the claims filing deadline is December 2, 2022. All claims shall be filed with the Trustee at the address below. Dated at Green Bay, Wisconsin this 1 day of August, 2022. Deborah Gastorf, Trustee C/O Atty. Tom F. Galloway 416 S. MonroeAve. Green Bay, WI 54301 Tel. 920-437-5405 Run: August 3, 10, 17, 2022 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF JEFFREY C. CHRIS AND THE JCC INCOME TRUST DATED NOVEMBER 24, 2020 Pursuant to Wisconsin Statute § 701.0508, Wisconsin Statutes, Pamela J. Leichtman, as Trustee of the JCC Income Trust dated November 24, 2020 with the power to pay the debts of Jeffrey C. Chris (deceased 5/18/2022) hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing for payment of debts of Jeffrey C. Chris and/or the JCC Income Trust dated November 24, 2020 being the date four (4) months after the date of first insertion of this notice. Pamela J. Leichtman Trustee Address: c/o Hougum Law Firm, LLC 305 South 18th Ave., Suite 200 Wausau, WI 54401 Run: August 2, 9, 16; wnaxlp


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THOMAS E. GALLANT AND THE TEG INCOME TRUST DATED MAY 7, 2018 Pursuant to Wisconsin Statute § 701.0508, Wisconsin Statutes, Suzanne M. Gallant, as Trustee of the TEG Income Trust Dated May 7, 2018 with the power to pay the debts of Thomas E. Gallant (deceased 6/30/2022) hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing for payment of debts of Thomas E. Gallant and/or the TEG Income Trust Dated May 7, 2018 being the date four (4) months after the date of first insertion of this notice. Suzanne M. Gallant Trustee Address: c/o Hougum Law Firm, LLC 305 South 18th Ave., Suite 200 Wausau, WI 54401 Run: August 2, 9, 16; wnaxlp


CLASS "B" COMBINATION LIQUOR & BEER APPLICATION The following application has been received by the Village Clerk of the Village of Pulaski, Wisc. for a license to sell intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30th, 2023: CLASS "B" COMBINATION LIQUOR & BEER PERMIT Amy Lynn Seitzer (Agent) (Limited Liability Company LLC) PO Box 43 Suamico, WI 54173 AT CLASSICS 2.0 LLC (CLASSICS 2.0) 137 W. Pulaski St., Pulaski, WI 54162 (Note: Renewal Application filed 06-30-2022 for license period beginning 07-01-2022 and ending 06-30-2023) DATED THIS 25th DAY OF JULY, 2022, PULASKI, WISCONSIN. Karen Ostrowski Clerk VILLAGE OF PULASKI (Published July 27th, 28th, and 29th, 2022) Run: July 27, 28, 29, 2022 WNAXLP


CLASS 2 LEGAL NOTICE 7/19/22 Town of Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held by the Town of Green Bay Town Board at the Town Hall, 5999 County Highway K, New Franken, WI 54229, on Thursday, August 11, 2022, at 6:30 pm at the request of the Town of Green Bay Planning Commission. Purpose: The Planning Commission is recommending the following Amendment #1344-J to the Town of Green Bay Code of Ordinance Delete "Section XX. Earth Excavations" from "Chapter 11: Town of Green Bay Zoning Ordinance" from the Town of Green Bay Code of Ordinances. July 28, August 4, 2022 WNAXLP


CLASSIC CARS WANTED! Paying top dollar. Any condition. Especially convertibles Call: 414-514-6958


COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the Eighth Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: July 18, 2022 Mayor Ryan Sorenson in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Ackley, Perrella, Salazar, Filicky-Peneski, Felde, Heidemann, Dekker, Mitchell, Ramey 9. The following Ald. was excused: Rust1. Pledge of Allegiance Approval of Minutes On motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski, the reading of minutes of the 7th Regular Council Meeting held on July 5, 2022 were approved as entered on the record. All Ald. voting "Aye". Mayor's Announcements Upcoming Community Events, Proclamations, Employee Recognitions. Presentations 2022 Revaluation Update by Finance Director Kaitlyn Krueger 2022 Operations Update Quarters 1 & 2 by City Administrator Todd Wolf Public Forum No one spoke. Consent Agenda Motion by Felde/ Filicky-Peneski to receive and file all RO's, receive all RC's and adopt all Resolutions and Ordinances. All were passed on call of the roll: Ayes: 9. REPORT OF OFFICERS Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 38-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from James A. Zietz for alleged damages to his vehicle when it was struck by a City of Sheboygan garbage truck while parked. No. 40-22-23 by City Administrator submitting for your information the 2023 Budget Schedule and 2023 preliminary budget fiscal factors for guidance prior to departmental budget preparation. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 39-22-23 by Fire Chief pursuant to section 50-564 of the Municipal Code, submitting the quarterly report of Benchmark Measurements for the Fire Department, for the period commencing April 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022. No. 41-22-23 by Chief of Police Christopher Domagalski pursuant to section 54-65 of the Municipal Code, submitting the quarterly report showing the Benchmark Measurements for the Police Department for the period commencing April 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022. No. 42-22-23 by City Clerk submitting various license applications. No. 43-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a license application. RESOLUTIONS Passed: No. 38-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing the Police Department to enter into a Pre-Release Evaluation License Agreement with Motorola Solutions, Inc. for interview room video recording systems. Motion by Felde-Filicky-Peneski to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 41-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Filicky-Peneski authorizing retaining outside legal counsel to represent the City in the matter of Badger State Lofts, LP v. City of Sheboygan, and authorizing payment for said services. Motion by Felde-Filicky-Peneski to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. Refer to Public Works: No. 39-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrella authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Elexco, Inc. for the installation of fiber optic cable at the Uptown Social facility and connecting the facility to the existing "Ring of Fiber" fiber optic cable network. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 40-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing a transfer in the 2022 budget from contingency to the Department of Public Works to fund the unexpected replacement of their Leica Robotic Total Station. No. 43-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing a budget amendment to pay for the hiring of an Engagement Coordinator in the Senior Services Department. No. 42-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing a transfer in the 2022 budget from contingency to the Police Department for unanticipated repairs resulting from a burst sprinkler pipe. REPORT OF COMMITTEES Passed: No. 48-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Direct Referral R. O. No. 37-22-23 by Finance Director submitting a report to the Finance and Personnel regarding the progress of the Carlson-Dettmann Compensation Study; recommends filing the document. Motion by Mitchell/Filicky-Peneski to receive the R. C. and file the document. All ayes. *No. 46-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Gen. Ord. No. 6-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski increasing the Room Tax Permit fee to $100; recommends adopting the Ordinance. *No. 47-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 36-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the documents necessary to purchase an ambulance from American Response Vehicles, Inc. for the Sheboygan Fire Department and to make other purchases necessary to equip the new ambulance; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 49-22-23 by Public Works to whom was referred Gen. Ord. No. 5-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrella creating a 30 Minute Parking zone on the west side of N. 15th Street north of Wisconsin Avenue; recommends adopting the Ordinance. *No. 50-22-23 by Public Works to whom was referred Gen. Ord. No. 7-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrella creating parking limits so as to add a two-hour parking limit, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, to the west side of S. 12th Street between Georgia Avenue and Clara Avenue; recommends adopting the Ordinance. *No. 51-22-23 by Public Works to whom was referred R. O. No. 33-22-23 by Director of Public Works submitting, as a matter of record, a copy of the United States Department of the Army Headquarters, 88th Readiness Division Storm Water Management Plan for the William F. Fale USARC facility located at 2913 Erie Avenue, recommends filing the document. *No. 52-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 35-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing application for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Fiscal Year 2022 Local Solicitation and entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with Sheboygan County; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 54-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. C. No. 291-21-22 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. C. No. 322-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 76-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends filing the applications. *No. 53-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 36-22-23 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends approving all license applications. ADJOURN There being no further business. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to adjourn. All Ald. present voting "Aye." RYAN SORENSON, MAYOR MEREDITH DEBRUIN, CITY CLERK Run: July 25, 2022 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the Ninth Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: August 1, 2022 Mayor Ryan Sorenson in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Ackley, Perrella, Salazar, Filicky-Peneski, Felde, Heidemann, Dekker, Mitchell, Ramey, Rust - 10. Pledge of Allegiance Approval of Minutes On motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski, the reading of minutes of the 8th Regular Council Meeting held on July 18, 2022 were approved as entered on the record. All Ald. voting "Aye". Resignation John Motiska from the City Plan Commission. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to accept and file. All ayes. Mayoral Appointment Joe Heidemann to Maywood Environmental Park Advisory Board. Lays over. Public Forum No one spoke. Mayor's Announcements Upcoming Community Events, Proclamations, Employee Recognitions. Consent Agenda Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to receive and file all RO's, receive all RC's and adopt all Resolutions and Ordinances. All were passed on call of the roll: Ayes: 10. REPORT OF OFFICERS Passed: *No. 46-22-23 by Board of Water Commissioners submitting the Board of Water Commissioners' Report on the Water Utility for the second quarter of 2022. No. 45-22-23 by Board of Water Commissioners submitting a copy of the Lead Service Lateral (LSL) Replacement Program update for the Sheboygan Water Utility. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to accept and file. All ayes. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 50-22-23 by City Clerk submitting an update to Notice of Claim submitted by Mary E. Sommersberger on October 16, 2019 for alleged injuries from a fall on Sunnyside Avenue. No. 49-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Brandon L. Parker for alleged damages to his vehicle when a City of Sheboygan tree fell on it. No. 47-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of US Bank National Association v. Michelle Aguilar et at. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 48-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of One More Time, LLC vs. City of Sheboygan. No. 51-22-23 by City Clerk submitting various license applications. RESOLUTIONS Refer to Public Works: No. 50-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrella authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into an Amendment No. 2 to the contract with Strand Associates, Inc. for design services related to the 2nd Creek Dry to Wet Pond Conversion. No. 47-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrella authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute a Lease Agreement between the City of Sheboygan, the Ellwood H. May Environmental Park Association of Sheboygan County, Inc., and the Sheboygan Area School District. No. 44-22-23 by Ald. Ackley improving pet-friendly access to public spaces. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 45-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing execution of the Department of Natural Resources Principal Forgiven Financial Assistance Agreement. No. 49-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with the Sheboygan Water Utility to contribute American Rescue Plan Act - State and Local Fiscal Recovery funds to the Raw Water Intake Project. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 48-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley establishing a rotational dispatch contract for emergency securement and board-up after fire incidents. Refer to Transit: No. 46-22-23 by Ald. Felde, Dekker, and Mitchell authorizing the filing of an application with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and authorizing the executing of the contract pertaining to grants for calendar year 2023, under Federal Mass Transit Operating Assistance program, 49 U.S.C. 5307, and State Urban Mass Transit Operating Assistance program, Wis. Stat. § 85.20, as amended. REPORT OF COMMITTEES Passed: *No. 56-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL R. O. No. 44-22-23 by Finance Director submitting a report to the Finance and Personnel regarding the progress of the Carlson-Dettmann Compensation Study; recommends filing the document. *No. 55-22-23 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 39-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrella authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Elexco, Inc. for the installation of fiber optic cable at the Uptown Social facility and connecting the facility to the existing "Ring of Fiber" fiber optic cable network; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 57-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 11-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Laura Kampmann for alleged damages to her tire when she drove over the cover of the metal water works hole; recommends filing the claim. *No. 58-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 19-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Richard A. Olson for alleged damages to his vehicle when it was struck by a City of Sheboygan garbage truck while parked on Custer Avenue; recommends filing the claim. *No. 59-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 40-22-23 submitting for your information the 2023 Budget Schedule and 2023 preliminary budget fiscal factors for guidance prior to departmental budget preparation; recommends adopting the schedule and filing the document. *No. 60-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 143-21-22 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of PNC Bank, National Association vs. Rae R. Pape et al.; recommends filing the document. *No. 64-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 276-21-22 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 32-21-22 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Link Media Wisconsin, LLC v. City of Sheboygan; recommends filing the document. *No. 67-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 43-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a license application; recommends granting the application. *No. 66-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 41-22-23 by Police Chief pursuant to section 54-65 of the Municipal Code, submitting the quarterly report of Benchmark Measurements for the Police Department, for the period commencing April 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022; recommends filing the report. *No. 65-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 39-22-23 by Fire Chief pursuant to section 50-564 of the Municipal Code, submitting the quarterly report of Benchmark Measurements for the Fire Department, for the period commencing April 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022; recommends filing the report. No. 61-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 40-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing a transfer in the 2022 budget from contingency to the Department of Public Works to fund the unexpected replacement of their Leica Robotic Total Station; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Mitchell/Filicky-Peneski to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 62-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 42-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing a transfer in the 2022 budget from contingency to the Police Department for unanticipated repairs resulting from a burst sprinkler pipe; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Mitchell/Filicky-Peneski to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 63-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 43-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing a budget amendment to pay for the hiring of an Engagement Coordinator in the Senior Services Department; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Mitchell/Filicky-Peneski to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. GENERAL ORDINANCES Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 8-22-23 by Ald. Ackley, Dekker and Perrella expanding the Disorderly Conduct Ordinance so as to prohibit harassment of an individual on the basis of their status as an election official and requiring an increased forfeiture for violations of this nature, and clarifying that disorderly conduct may include harassment by the use of telecommunication devices. Refer to Public Works: No. 9-22-23 by Ald. 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COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Poeschl called the regular meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) Board of Education to order on June 22, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. Secretary Eileen Fitzpatrick verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Poeschl, Carlin, Karns, Szilagyi, Wright, Wyman Arrived at 6:35 p.m.: Herzog APPROVAL OF AGENDA A motion was made to move Resolution #9 to Individually Considered Resolutions. Moved by Szilagyi, and seconded by Carlin. Unanimous upon roll call. CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA For the consent agenda, the board has been furnished with background material on each item or has discussed it at a previous meeting. These will be acted upon with one vote without discussion. If a board member wants to discuss any item, it will be pulled out of the consent agenda and will be voted on separately. 1. Minutes of May 25, 2022 Regular Board Meeting 2. Minutes of May 25, 2022 Executive Session of Regular Board Meeting 3. Minutes of June 8, 2022 Regular Board Meeting 4. Bill Payable as filed with the secretary for the Board in the amount of $4,655,228.45 for the Board of Education, $27,349.57 for the Recreation Department, and $1,245,015.80 for Capital Projects for a total of $5,927,593.82 5. Personnel A. Regular Appointments, Temporary Appointments, Resignations, and Salaries 6. 2022-2023 School Meal Fees 7. 2022-2023 WIAA Membership Renewal 8. Policy Contact Information Updates for Executive of Human Resources Change in Personnel A. 1422 - Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity B. 1623 Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Disability Discrimination in Employment C. 1662 Employee Anti-Harassment D. 2260 Nondiscrimination and Access to Equal Educational Opportunity E. 2260.01 Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Discrimination Based on Disability F. 2266 Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex in Education Programs or Activities G. 3122 Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity H. 3123 Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Disability Discrimination in Employment I. 3362 Employee Anti-Harassment J. 4122 Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity K. 4123 Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Disability Discrimination in Employment L. 4362 Employee Anti-Harassment M. 5517 Student Anti-Harassment 10. Policy Updates from Neola A. 0142.1 Electoral Process B. 0144.5 Board Member Behavior and Code of Conduct C. 0152 - Officers D. 0165.1 Notice of Meetings E. 210 Curriculum Development F. 5113 Open Enrollment Program (Inter-District) G. 5136 Personal Communication Devices H. 5200 Attendance I. 5215 Missing and Absent Children J. 5350 Student Suicide Prevention K. 5517.01 - Bullying L. 7530.01 District-Owned Personal Communication Devices M. 7540.06 District-Issued Staff Email Account N. 7542 On-Site Access to District Technology Resources from Personally-Owned Communication Devices O. 8450 Control of Casual-Contact Communicable Diseases 11. Oshkosh West High School Electrical Contractor Moved by Szilagyi and seconded by Karns to approve the consent resolutions. Unanimous upon roll call. The consent resolutions were adopted. A motion was made to move RESOLUTION #9 to the floor for discussion. MOVED: Carlin SECOND: Wright Unanimous upon roll call. Motion was carried. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS RESOLUTION #9 BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the changes to Policy 2131.01 Reading/Literacy Instructional Goals and Assessment as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Moved by Carlin and seconded by Wright. Unanimous upon roll call. Resolution was carried. A motion was made to waive the reading of the Executive Session Resolution. Moved by Karns, seconded by Wyman Ayes: Herzog, Karns, Poeschl, Szilagyi, Wright, Wyman Nos: Carlin Motion carried. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION 1. Considering the Disciplinary Data of Specific Persons [§19.85(1)(f) Wis. Stats.] A. Review Expulsion Recommendation from an Expulsion Hearing Officer for a High School Student Who Engaged In Conduct While at School or While Under The Supervision Of A School Authority Which Endangered The Property, Health Or Safety Of Others; and Engaged in Conduct Constituting Repeated Refusal or Neglect to Obey the Rules [§120.13 (1) (c) (e) Wis. Stats.] Moved by Szilagyi and seconded by Karns to adjourn to Executive Session. Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned to Executive Session at 6:43 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Eileen Fitzpatrick Board Secretary RUN: July 22, 2022 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Poeschl called the special meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) Board of Education to order on June 13, 2022, at 5:01 p.m. Secretary Eileen Fitzpatrck verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Herzog, Karns, Poeschl, Szilagyi, Wright, Wyman ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION Moved by Wyman and seconded by Karns to adjourn to Executive Session for the purposes of: 1. Considering Employment, Promotion, Compensation, or Performance Evaluation Data of Any Public Employee Over Which the Governmental Body has Jurisdiction or Exercises Responsibility. [§19.85(1)(c) Wisconsin Statutes] A. Discuss Superintendent Evaluation. The meeting adjourned into executive session at 7:22 p.m. Unanimous upon roll call. Respectfully submitted, Eileen Fitzpatrick Board Secretary RUN: July 22, 2022 WNAXLP


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COUNTY OF OUTAGAMIE, WISCONSIN NOTICE OF BUDGET CHANGE Notice is hereby given that, under Section 65.90(5)(b), Wis. Stats., the Outagamie County Board of Supervisors Finance Committee, at the July 19, 2022 regular meeting, did vote changes in the budget appropriations as follows: Cost Center Name Line Item Acct # Increase/(Decrease) DLS Purchased Services 1007300.5500 (8,000) DLS Salaries 1007300.5100 8,000 Given under my hand and seal this 5th day of August, 2022. \s\ Jeff King, County Clerk Run: August 5, 2022 wnaxlp


COUNTY OF OUTAGAMIE, WISCONSIN NOTICE OF BUDGET CHANGE Notice is hereby given that, under Section 65.90(5), Wis. Stats., the Outagamie County Board of Supervisors at its regular meetings held on June 14, 2022 and July 12, 2022 did vote a change in the budget appropriations as follows: Cost Center Name Line Item Acc # Increase/(Decrease) Resolution No. 162022-23June 14, 2022 Clerk of Courts Salaries 1000500.5100 $42,125 Clerk of Courts Fringe Benefits 1000500.5200 2,175 General Funds Applied Fund Balance Applied 1002223.8955 44,300 BALANCE SHEET ENTRY 2022 General Fund Committed Fund Balance for Small Depts Vac/Sick Payouts 1000000.3870 (44,300) General Fund Fund Balance Unassigned 1000000.3891 44,300 Resolution No. 272022-23July 12, 2022 TMDL-Upper Duck Creek Intergovernmental Revenue 2090400.4265.02 194,129 TMDL-Upper Duck Creek Salaries 2090400.5100 16,067 TMDL-Upper Duck Creek Fringe Benefits 2090400.5200 6,812 TMDL-Upper Duck Creek Purchased Services 2090400.5500 168,750 TMDL-Upper Duck Creek Travel 2090400.5300 1,000 TMDL-Upper Duck Creek Supplies 2090400.5400 1,500 TMDL-P&K Salaries 2090300.5100 (5,153) TMDL-P&K Fringe Benefits 2090300.5200 (1,533) TMDL-P&K Intergovernmental Revenue 2090300.4280 (6,686) Land Conservation Salaries 1008200.5100 (2,208) Land Conservation Fringe Benefits 1008200.5200 (657) Land Conservation Supplies 1008200.5400 2,865 Resolution No. 282022-23July 12, 2022 TMDL-P&K Intergovernmental Revenues 2090300.4265.02 125,379 TMDL-P&K Salaries 2090300.5100 16,067 TMDL-P&K Fringe Benefits 2090300.5200 6,812 TMDL-P&K Purchased Services 2090300.5500 100,000 TMDL-P&K Travel 2090300.5300 1,000 TMDL-P&K Supplies 2090300.5400 1,500 TMDL-P&K Salaries 2090300.5100 (8,636) TMDL-P&K Fringe Benefits 2090300.5200 (3,382) TMDL-P&K Intergovernmental Revenue 2090300.4280 (12,018) Land Conservation Salaries 1008200.5100 (3,700) Land Conservation Fringe Benefits 1008200.5200 (1,450) Land Conservation Supplies 1008200.5400 5,150 Resolution No. 292022-23July 12, 2022 TMDL-P&K Intergovernmental Revenues 2090300.4265.02 110,179 TMDL-P&K Salaries 2090300.5100 12,910 TMDL-P&K Fringe Benefits 2090300.5200 5,269 TMDL-P&K Purchased Services 2090300.5500 92,000 TMDL-P&K Salaries 2090300.5100 (9,038) TMDL-P&K Fringe Benefits 2090300.5200 (3,689) TMDL-P&K Intergovernmental Revenue 2090300.4280 (12,727) Land Conservation Salaries 1008200.5100 (3,874) Land Conservation Fringe Benefits 1008200.5200 (1,580) Land Conservation Supplies 1008200.5400 5,454 Resolution No. 302022-23July 12, 2022 TMDL-Apple Creek Intergovernmental Revenues 2090500.4265.02 35,997 TMDL-Apple Creek Salaries 2090500.5100 17,160 TMDL-Apple Creek Fringe Benefits 2090500.5200 7,800 TMDL-Apple Creek Travel 2090500.5300 1,463 TMDL-Apple Creek Supplies 2090500.5400 1,500 TMDL-Apple Creek Purchased Services 2090500.5500 8,074 TMDL-P&K Salaries 2090300.5100 (3,306) TMDL-P&K Fringe Benefits 2090300.5200 (838) TMDL-P&K Intergovernmental Revenue 2090300.4280 (4,144) Land Conservation Salaries 1008200.5100 (1,417) Land Conservation Fringe Benefits 1008200.5200 (358) Land Conservation Supplies 1008200.5400 1,775 Resolution No. 332022-23July 12, 2022 Elections (1001900) Purchased Services 1001900.5500 (10,000) County Clerk (1001800) Salaries 1001800.5100 8,750 County Clerk (1001800) Fringe Benefits 1001800.5200 1,250 County Clerk (1001800) Purchased Services 1001800.5500 (3,666) County Clerk (1001800) Supplies 1001800.5400 3,666 Resolution No. 342022-23July 12, 2022 CTH O (CTH EE to CTH E) Charges for Service 6005834.4415.15 ($60,000) CTH O (CTH EE to CTH E) Operating Expenses 6005834.5001 ($60,000) CTH KK Bridge over Kankapot Creek Charges for Service 6005815.4415.15 $60,000 CTH KK Bridge over Kankapot Creek Operating Expenses 6005815.5001 $60,000 Resolution No. 352022-23July 12, 2022 Property Listing-1002411 Salaries 1002411.5100 1,047 Property Listing-1002411 Fringes 1002411.5200 153 Property Listing-1002411 Fees, Fines & Costs 1002411.4315.07 1,200 Resolution No. 372022-23July 12, 2022 Sheriff Administration Miscellaneous Revenue 1008000.4510.26 13,500 Sheriff 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DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING Tuesday, June 7, 2022 Northcentral Technical College 1000 W. Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 Timberwolf Conference Center/D100 + Zoom Public Hearing on 2022-2023 Northcentral Technical College District Budget I. Call to Order a. Chairperson Tom Felch called the Public Hearing to order at 12:02 p.m. i. Roll Call: Brown, Bunten, Endreas, Langenhahn, Paulson, Proulx, Renzelmann, Felch II. Highlights of Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Budget a. The 2022-2023 budget book includes three sections: budget + planning, financial data and supplemental data. b. There is no change to our operational levy and debt levy mill rates from the previous year. III. Adjourn Public Hearing a. Public Hearing adjourned at 12:14 p.m. The Northcentral Technical College District Board of Trustees met on June 7, 2022 at the Wausau Campus as well as via Zoom. Chairperson Tom Felch called the Regular Meeting to order at 1:20 p.m. Roll Call: Brown, Bunten, Endreas, Felch, Langenhahn, Paulson, Proulx, Renzelmann The following items were approved: A. Approval of minutes from May 3, 2022 Board of Trustees Regular Meeting Troy Brown moved and Sherry Bunten seconded that the Northcentral Technical College District Board approve the meeting minutes from the May 3, 2022 Board of Trustees Regular Meeting. Motion carried unanimously. B. Resolution Disclosing the District Reserves Maintained by Northcentral Technical College Roxanne Lutgen Sherry Bunten moved and Paul Proulx seconded that the Northcentral Technical College District Board approve the disclosure of all reserves maintained by it, the amount contained in each reserve and the anticipated amount by which each reserve will be increased or decreased during the year for which the budget is adopted as provided on the attached resolution. Motion carried unanimously. C. Resolution for Adoption of 2022-2023 Northcentral Technical College District Budget Roxanne Lutgen The 2022-2023 NTC District budget book can be found on the NTC website. Charlie Paulson moved and Keith Langenhahn seconded that the Northcentral Technical College District Board hereby adopts the budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023 as included in the attached resolution for the operation and maintenance of the District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022. Roll Call Vote Ayes: Brown, Bunten, Endreas, Langenhahn, Paulson, Proulx, Renzelmann, Felch. Motion carried unanimously. D. Troy Brown moved and Mike Endreas seconded approval of the Consent Voting Agenda including: a. Smart Manufacturing Technology Associate Degree Program Exploration b. Hospitality Management Associate Degree Program Exploration c. Receipts + Expenditures d. Personnel Changes Roll Call Vote Ayes: Brown, Bunten, Endreas, Langenhahn, Paulson, Proulx, Renzelmann, Felch. Motion carried unanimously. The following presentations + reports were heard: A. President's Report a. Wausau Alternative High School Plans b. Outcomes Based Funding Katie Felch + Mitch Block i. The OBF handout is available with the official meeting minutes. c. Virtual Tour of the Agriculture Center of Excellence i. For a link to the virtual campus video, please contact Nikki Kopp, Executive Assistant to the President. d. Fiscal Strength Roxanne Lutgen e. 2022-2023 Remission of Out-of-State Tuition Needy + Worthy f. Comments from Informational Update B. Chairperson's Report a. Spring Board Appointment Update b. WTC DBA Summer Meeting: July 21-23, 2022 at NTC Nikki Kopp c. Next NTC Board of Trustees Meeting Monday, July 11, 2022 C. Information a. Tentative 2022-2023 NTC Board of Trustees Meeting Dates b. Advisory Meeting Minutes c. Upcoming Meetings + Events d. Good News CLOSED SESSION (2:03 p.m.) A. 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DOCUMENT 00 11 13 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID VILLAGE OF AMHERST VILLAGE OF AMHERST NELSON PARK FHP CONCESSIONS PROJECT BID DUE DATE: AUGUST 26TH, 2022 AT 10:00 AM OWNER: The Village of Amherst, Wisconsin, hereby gives notice that sealed lump sum bids will be received for the Nelson Park, Freddie's Home Plate Concessions project (FHP). PRE-BID MEETING: A pre-bid meeting will be held for all interested bidders 2:00 PM local time on the 18th day of August 2022 in the office of the Village Clerk, 160 Mill Street, Amherst, Wisconsin. If desired, interested bidders shall bring their own set of plans/specifications. This is a non-mandatory meeting. TIME AND PLACE OF BID OPENING: Sealed Bids will be received until 10:00 AM local time on the 26th day of August 2022 in the office of the Village Clerk, 160 Mill Street, Amherst, Wisconsin. After the official bid closing time, the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. BIDDING DOCUMENTS: Plans and other bidding documents may be obtained from the Engineer, Point of Beginning, Inc., (715)344-9999, 4941 Kirschling Court, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481. Hard Copy plans will be distributed after receipt of a $25.00 deposit if obtained at the office of Point of Beginning. If hard copy plans are to be mailed by the Engineer to a bidder, a $50.00 mailing fee shall be submitted to cover cost of printing, postage, and handling. Electronic copies can be found per the following link https://app.box.com/s/pl98m6pe7engecz7r3r4ni3u3ghfy5iy OR may be requested at no cost by emailing lindseys@pobinc.com. LEGAL PROVISIONS: The Contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 61.55, 66.0901, 66.0903, and 779.15 of the Wisconsin Statutes. BID SECURITY: Bid Security in the amount of not less than 5 percent nor more than 10 percent of the Bid shall accompany each Bid in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. CONTRACT SECURITY: The Bidder to whom a Contract is awarded shall furnish a Performance Bond and a Payment Bond each in an amount equal to the Contract Price. BID REJECTION/ACCEPTANCE: OWNER reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, waive informalities in bidding or to accept the Bid or Bids, which best serve the interests of OWNER. BID WITHDRAWAL: No Bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the opening of Bids without consent of OWNER. Published by authority of the Village of Amherst, Wisconsin By: Michael Juris, Village President Point of Beginning, Inc. (POB) Stevens Point, Wisconsin Project No. 20.143 Run: August 8, 22, 2022 WNAXLP


DOCUMENT 00 11 13 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Arrowhead Park Pier Neenah, Wisconsin Notice is hereby given that Online Bids will be received by the City of Neenah Director of Parks and Recreation until 1:00 p.m., Thursday, August 11, 2022 via QuestCDN, for the furnishing of all labor and material for the construction of the following major items: Helical Piling, Cast In Place Concrete, Timber Pier, Prefabricated Deck, and Metal Gateway Sign. The bid opening will be conducted via Microsoft Teams, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud: Arrowhead Park Pier Bid Opening Thursday, August 11, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. (CDT) Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone: https://bit.ly/3zoesd4 Or join by entering a meeting ID Meeting ID: 260 240 640 22 Passcode: PryRhX Or call in (audio only) +1 872-242-7640,,172769413# United States, Chicago Phone Conference ID: 172 769 413# Any person monitoring the meeting remotely may be responsible for any documented costs. Message and data rates may apply. The Bidding Documents may be viewed for no cost at http://www.sehinc.com by selecting the Project Bid Information link at the bottom of the page and the View Plans option from the menu at the top of the selected project page. Digital image copies of the Bidding Documents are available at http://www.sehinc.com for a fee of $30. These documents may be downloaded by selecting this project from the "Project Bid Information" link and by entering eBidDocTM Number 8265091 on the SEARCH PROJECTS page. For assistance and free membership registration, contact QuestCDN at 952.233.1632 or info@questcdn.com. For this project, bids will ONLY be received electronically. Contractors submitting an electronic bid will be charged an additional $30 at the time of bid submission via the online electronic bid service QuestCDN.com. To access the electronic bid form, download the project document and click the online bidding button at the top of the advertisement. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bids shall be completed according to the Bidding Requirements prepared by SEH dated July 2022. In addition to digital plans, paper copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from Docunet Corp. located at 2435 Xenium Lane North, Plymouth, MN 55441 (763.475.9600) for a fee of $85. Bid security in the amount of 5 percent of the Bid must accompany each Bid in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. Bidders Proof of Responsibility must be submitted to SEH in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. The City of Neenah reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularities and informalities therein and to award the Contract in the best interests of the City. Michael T. Kading, Director of Parks and Recreation City of Neenah 211 Walnut Street Neenah, WI 54956 RUN: July 25, August 1, 2022 WNAXLP


DOCUMENT 00 11 13 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Arrowhead Park Prairie Restoration and Trail Neenah, Wisconsin Notice is hereby given that Online Bids will be received by the City of Neenah Director of Parks and Recreation until 1:30 p.m., Thursday, August 11, 2022, via QuestCDN, for the furnishing of all labor and material for the construction of the following items indicated: Trees Shrubs Perennials Native Seeding Fine Grading Topsoil Placement Stonework Common Excavation Aggregate Base Course Drainage The bid opening will be conducted via Microsoft Teams, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud: Arrowhead Park Prairie Restoration and Trail Bid Opening Thursday, August 11, 2022, at 1:30 p.m. (CDT) Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone: https://bit.ly/3OjPmQQ Or join by entering a meeting ID Meeting ID: 252 518 139 393 Passcode: s5LwA3 Or call in (audio only) +1 872-242-7640,,167583968# United States, Chicago Phone Conference ID: 167 583 968# Any person monitoring the meeting remotely may be responsible for any documented costs. Message and data rates may apply. The Bidding Documents may be viewed for no cost at http://www.sehinc.com by selecting the Project Bid Information link at the bottom of the page and the View Plans option from the menu at the top of the selected project page. Digital image copies of the Bidding Documents are available at http://www.sehinc.com for a fee of $30. These documents may be downloaded by selecting this project from the "Project Bid Information" link and by entering eBidDocTM Number 8265093 on the SEARCH PROJECTS page. For assistance and free membership registration, contact QuestCDN at 952.233.1632 or info@questcdn.com. For this project, bids will ONLY be received electronically. Contractors submitting an electronic bid will be charged an additional $30 at the time of bid submission via the online electronic bid service QuestCDN.com. To access the electronic bid form, download the project document and click the online bidding button at the top of the advertisement. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bids shall be completed according to the Bidding Requirements prepared by SEH dated July 2022. In addition to digital plans, paper copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from Docunet Corp. located at 2435 Xenium Lane North, Plymouth, MN 55441 (763.475.9600) for a fee of $95. Bid security in the amount of 5 percent of the Bid must accompany each Bid in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. Bidders Proof of Responsibility must be submitted to SEH in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. The City of Neenah reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularities and informalities therein and to award the Contract in the best interests of the City. Michael T. Kading, Director of Parks and Recreation City of Neenah 211 Walnut Street Neenah, WI 54956 RUN: July 25, August 1, 2022 WNAXLP


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ELECTION NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the public test of the Image Cast Evolution (ICE) voting equipment to be used by the City of Neenah for the August 9, 2022 Partisan Primary Election will be conducted on August 2, 2022 at, 9:00 a.m., Neenah City Hall, 211 Walnut Street. This public test is open to the general public. Charlotte Nagel, Neenah City Clerk Run: July 27, 2022 WNAXLP


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Equal Housing Opportunity All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap or familial status or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.


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EXHIBIT A NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF TWO RIVERS PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT MANITOWOC COUNTY, WISCONSIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the School Board of the above-named School District, at a meeting duly called, noticed, held and conducted on July 25, 2022, adopted an Initial Resolution entitled: INITIAL RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $38,700,000 Said Initial Resolution was adopted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes to authorize a borrowing in an amount not to exceed $38,700,000 through the issuance of general obligation bonds of the District for the public purpose of paying the cost of a school facility improvement project consisting of: construction of additions, including classrooms and a gymnasium, and renovations at L.B. Clarke Middle School; district-wide safety, security and site improvements and building systems and technology upgrades; playground updates at the elementary and middle schools; and acquisition of furnishings, fixtures and equipment. Copies of said Initial Resolution and a detailed breakdown of the school facility improvement program to be financed with the proceeds of the proposed Bond issue are on file in the District Office located at 4521 Lincoln Avenue, Two Rivers, Wisconsin and may be inspected weekdays except holidays, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The School Board has called for a referendum election on the Initial Resolution to be held on November 8, 2022. Dated July 25, 2022. BY ORDER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD Randy Williams District Clerk Run: August 4, 2022 WNAXLP


EXHIBIT A NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF GREEN BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT BROWN COUNTY, WISCONSIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the School Board of the above named School District, at a meeting duly called, noticed, held and conducted on July 25, 2022, adopted an Initial Resolution entitled: INITIAL RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $92,605,000 Said Initial Resolution was adopted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes to authorize a borrowing in an amount not to exceed $92,605,000 through the issuance of general obligation bonds of the District for the public purpose of paying the cost of a school facility improvement project consisting of: district-wide safety, security, building infrastructure and capital maintenance improvements; renovations and facility updates to secondary schools; construction of an addition at certain district buildings; district-wide athletic facility and site improvements; and acquisition of furnishings, fixtures and equipment. Copies of said Initial Resolution and a detailed breakdown of the school facility improvement program to be financed with the proceeds of the proposed Bond issue are on file in the District Office located at 200 South Broadway, Green Bay, Wisconsin and may be inspected weekdays except holidays, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The School Board has called for a referendum election on the Initial Resolution to be held on November 8, 2022. Dated July 25, 2022. BY ORDER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD Andrew Becker District Clerk Run: July 31, 2022 WNAXLP


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FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin June 27, 2022 CONVENE Roll Call, Establish Quorum, Moment of Reflection/Pledge of Allegiance The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 5:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Uselmann, Weddle, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig, Buchholz, Gerlach, Moder, Noonan, Williams. A Moment of Reflection preceded the Pledge. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by the Board. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ COMMUNICATIONS President Henschel made the following announcement: Following adjournment of the regular meeting, the Board will convene in a workshop to discuss an item of interest from the Educational Support Professionals Association (ESPA). Following adjournment of the workshop, the Board will convene in an executive session to discuss administrator contracts and to discuss an employee performance matter as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(c). PUBLIC COMMENT Jim Hess, W3678 Sunny Road, Eden, expressed concern about low literacy rates in the US and cited a 29-year-old study. He talked about the importance of fathers and complained about a lack of manhood in society. He also spoke about last week's court decision about abortion and showed a picture of an embryo. Dan Ireland, 102 S. Sallie Avenue, spoke about girls and the trans movement and cited a Mask Resistance group. He talked about social media, eating disorders, and male dominance of girls. He mentioned a Trevor Project study that found conversion therapy results in high rates of suicide and drew an unsupported equivalence in the other direction. He went on to criticize the trans community and its expansion. APPROVAL OF CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA MOTION BY Gedemer, seconded by Uselmann, to approve the consent agenda as follows: A. Human Resources Approvals: 1. Resignations - Gonca Canyurt, math teacher at Fond du Lac High School, effective June 9, 2022; Jennifer Frami, Spanish teacher at Fond du Lac High School, effective June 9, 2022; Joseph Hauser, physical education teacher at Woodworth Middle School, effective June 9, 2022; Steven D. Jorgensen, physical education teacher at Fond du Lac High School, effective June 10, 2022; Christine Kelly, school counselor at Lakeshore Elementary School, effective June 9, 2022; Savannah Maggle, special education teacher at Sabish Middle School, effective June 9, 2022; Melody Matty, third grade teacher at Parkside Elementary School, effective June 9, 2022; Christopher Morgan, physical education teacher at Sabish Middle School, effective June 10, 2022; Cynthia Pokorny, third grade teacher at Rosenow Elementary School, effective June 30, 2022; Courtney Puetz, math teacher at Woodworth Middle School, effective June 23, 2022; Kathryn Rhutasel, English teacher at Fond du Lac High School, effective June 9, 2022; Mitchell Riley, cross-categorical teacher at Roberts Elementary School, effective July 3, 2022; and Kyle Thompson, special education teacher at Parkside Elementary School, effective June 11, 2022. 2. Employment Recommendations - Effective the 2022-23 teacher contract year: Chloe Allen, 1.0 FTE health teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 1; Traci Barnes, 1.0 FTE cross-categorical teacher with EBD emphasis at Evans Elementary School, at Level 11; Jillian Bingen, 1.0 FTE grade 1 teacher at Evans Elementary School, at Level 1; Casidee Birschbach, 1.0 FTE cross-categorical teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 1; Sarah Boylen, 1.0 FTE grade 7 social studies teacher at Sabish Middle School, at Level 5; Jennifer Brendelson, 1.0 FTE grade 3 teacher at Rosenow Elementary School, at Level 5; Molly Carney, 1.0 FTE social studies teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 1; Luke Cofax, 1.0 FTE math teacher at STEM, at Level 1; Emilee Davis, 1.0 FTE kindergarten teacher at Pier Elementary School, at Level 1; Lindsey Day, 1.0 FTE grade 3 teacher at Waters Elementary School, at Level 4; Kassidy Freund, 1.0 FTE general music teacher at Roberts Elementary School, at Level 1; Morgan Gedlinski, grade 8 ELA teacher at Woodworth Middle School, at Level 5; Joseph Golden, 1.0 FTE science teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 1; Adam Grassnickle, 1.0 FTE social studies teacher at STEM, at Level 4; Tiana Jackson, 1.0 FTE cross-categorical teacher at Parkside Elementary School, at Level 2; Amy Prochnow, 1.0 FTE cross-categorical teacher at Rosenow Elementary School, at Level 8; Darcy Sporer, 1.0 FTE grade 7 math teacher at Sabish Middle School, at Level 7; and Cheyenne Thompson, 1.0 FTE cross-categorical/EBD teacher at Pier Elementary School, at Level 1. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Business Services Consider Approval of Student Fees The administration is recommending a $10.00 general fee for 4K-5th grade students and a $15.00 general fee for 6th-12th grade students. MOTION BY Godfrey, seconded by Hoerth, that the Board of Education approve the recommendation from the administration to approve the following general student fees for the 2022-23 school year: Elementary Fees (Grades 4K-5) - $10.00 per student Middle/High School Fees (Grades 6-12) - $15.00 per student MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. There will be a $5.00 parking permit fee for students at the high school. This amount will cover the cost of processing registration of vehicles. MOTION TO AMEND by Gedemer to return the fee to $25. Lacking a second, the motion failed. MOTION BY Godfrey, seconded by Uselmann, that the Board of Education approve a $5.00 student parking permit fee at the high school for the 2022-23 school year. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 6-1. Human Resources Consider Resignation of Current Principal at Parkside Elementary School Don Ryan, current principal at Parkside Elementary School, has resigned effective at the end of the day, June 23, 2022. MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Weddle, that the Board of Education accept the resignation of Don Ryan, current Principal at Parkside Elementary School, effective at the end of the day, June 23, 2022, and that the Board express its appreciation for his contributions and service to the District these past four years. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Board Approval Consider Approval of Suggested Revision to Policy 8330Student Records 1st Reading The intent of the revision to Policy 8330 is to provide an opportunity for parents/guardians to indicate that they do not want directory data shared publicly about their child, whether it is an internal or external organization doing the sharing. The proposed policy revision would give parents/guardians the opportunity to indicate their directory data opt-out preference for their child during annual student information verification or, for those who enroll mid-school year, within 14 days of enrollment. Uselmann raised the question of whether parents/guardians could withdraw their child from directory disclosures mid-year, if circumstances warranted. That answer will be determined and shared at the second reading of the policy. MOTION BY Godfrey, seconded by Henschel, that the Board of Education approve the suggested revision to Policy 8330Student Records as presented at first reading. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 4-2-1 (2 voting noHenschel, Hoerth, 1 abstentionUselmann). BOARD/ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS Facility Services High School Stadium Project Mike Gerlach and John Williams answered questions regarding the status of the stadium project. Meetings have begun with Excel Engineering and CD Smith. Looking for a detailed scope and budget by summer's end. There will be a "site walk" this week at the high school, what is currently the freshman field at the west end of the high school. This fall that field will be in regular use since work should not be beginning until winter/spring. Environmental studies are completed (DNR approval). Spring sports will be affected, and conversations around that will be happening. Teaching and Learning Review of Achievement Gap Reduction (AGR) Data Reports Dr. Fleig reviewed the required yearly data reports that were sent to the board prior to the meeting. The program provides investments and measures to decrease class size and/or increase staffing at these schools (Parkside, Chegwin, Riverside, and Evans). Superintendent Elementary TOSA Report Dr. Fleig and Katie Moder reviewed and publicly shared the survey data, which was sent to the board prior to the meeting, regarding the impact of the TOSAs on student learning, attendance, and positive behavior. She shared the list of people on the TOSA team and what their summer preparation work looks like, including book studies. These positions are grant funded and may need to be retooled with likely upcoming budget challenges. Observance of 4th of July District Offices Closed on Monday, July 4, 2022 Dr. Fleig stated that all district offices will be closed Monday, July 4th, in observance of the federal Independence Day holiday. Board Members Thank Tim Weddle for His Board Service and Discuss Board Vacancy As Tim Weddle prepares to move out of the district, the board thanked him for his service and wished him well. He thanked the group for mentorship and urged patience from the community. The vacancy will be filled via a board process, with the public posting July 3-6 in the Reporter, and July 15th being the due date for letters of interest. Interviews will be held July 21st beginning at 5pm. The chosen candidate could take office August 9th. Student/Staff Activities Multiple board members enjoyed participating in graduation. Schreiter thanked all those who run extracurriculars, which go year round. Godfrey was elected to the CESA 6 Board of Control and enjoyed learning at the meeting. Uselmann attended Mamma Mia at the PAC, peeked in on summer band, and is teaching in the Marian University Upward Bound program for local high school students including some from FHS. Henschel mentioned the flurry of activity around the various school buildings this summer. Weddle enjoyed graduation and spoke about the state trap shoot. PUBLIC COMMENT Charlotte Trotter, 77 E. 11th Street, mentioned that her children have now all graduated, but she now has foster children in the district. She mentioned that volleyball was missed in the shout-outs for graduates. She asked for a conversation about athletic fees (currently $40, buy two get one free). There are many other incidentals that also add up. Kathi Seidl-Deschand, 1039 New Haven Court, has a recent graduate who was active in sports and extracurriculars and good grades. After college orientation, they went through the phy ed building and spoke with a coach. Her daughter was interested in having coaches of the same gender to whom to report concerns, and the issue was raised by this parent as a local question. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATE MATTERS Henschel mentioned that committees will be updated as the strategic plan progresses. ADJOURNMENT TO A WORKSHOP TO DISCUSS AN ITEM OF INTEREST FROM THE ESPA MEET AND CONFER, FOLLOWED BY AN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACTS AND TO DISCUSS AN EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MATTER AS PROVIDED FOR IN WISCONSIN STATUTES 19.85(1)(c) MOTION BY Gedemer, seconded by Godfrey that the Board of Education adjourn the regular meeting and convene in a workshop to discuss an item of interest from the Educational Support Professionals Association (ESPA) Meet and Confer, followed by an executive session to discuss administrator contracts and to discuss an employee performance matter as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(c). MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The regular meeting adjourned at 6:18 p.m. WORKSHOP CALL TO ORDER A workshop of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 6:20 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Uselmann, Weddle, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig, Buchholz, Gerlach, Noonan, Williams. DISCUSS AN ITEM OF INTEREST FROM THE EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION (ESPA) MEET AND CONFER A proposal was presented for a 403b matching/seeding plan for the ESPA group. This proposal is part of the meet and confer process, with the goal of recruitment and retention of excellent educational support professionals for the district. A $500 seed with subsequently up to a $500 yearly match, vesting after 3 years, was discussed. Salary comparisons/competitiveness with other districts were discussed as well. There were questions about both the vesting period and the seeding. The board had a consensus on raising the vesting period to 5 years. ADJOURNMENT TO AN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACTS AND TO DISCUSS AN EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MATTER AS PROVIDED FOR IN WISCONSIN STATUTES 19.85(1)(c) MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Weddle that the Board of Education adjourn the workshop and convene in an executive session to discuss administrator contracts and to discuss an employee performance matter as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(c): "(c) Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility." MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The workshop adjourned at 6:52 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION CALL TO ORDER An executive session of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 7:06 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Uselmann, Weddle, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig. DISCUSS ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACTS Administrator contract changes were discussed, along with the process for board approval. DISCUSS AN EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MATTERThe board was notified about needed organizational changes. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Godfrey, that the Board of Education adjourn the executive session. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The executive session adjourned at 7:35 p.m. Linda Uselmann, Secretary/Clerk Run: July 15, 2022 wnaxlp


FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin June 6, 2022 CONVENE The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 5:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Uselmann, Weddle, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig, Buchholz, Gerlach, Moder, Noonan, Reichenberger, Seyfert, Snyder, Williams. A Moment of Reflection preceded the Pledge. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by the Board. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ COMMUNICATIONS Presentation of the Friend of Education Award The 2021-22 Friend of Education Award was presented to Dan Hebel, CEO of the Boys' and Girls' Club of Fond du Lac. He thanked the board and accepted the award on behalf of the Club. President Henschel announced that following adjournment of the regular meeting, the Board will convene in a workshop to discuss student fees, followed by an executive session to consider student expulsions and to discuss administrator contracts for 2022-23 as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(a)(c) and (f). PUBLIC COMMENT Nora Ballwanz, 160 University Drive, thanked the board for approving the TOSA positions and sharing how the Woodworth TOSA, Gillian King, has helped the staff and students. Jim Hess, W3678 Sunny Rd., Eden, spoke about fighting at Woodworth, where his grandchildren attend. He suggested leaving God outside was to blame. He referenced Uvalde and local legal issues in other districts regarding student expression of gender. He also spoke about AVID, college admission, CRT, and a Fox 6 story. APPROVAL OF CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA MOTION BY Schreiter, seconded by Weddle, to approve the consent agenda as follows: A. Approval of Minutes: 1. May 2, 2022 Board of Education Workshop as presented. 2. May 9, 2022 Board of Education Regular Meeting and Workshop as presented. 3. May 16, 2022 Board of Education Special Meeting as presented. 4. May 23, 2022 Board of Education Regular Meeting, Workshop, and Executive Session as presented. B. Business Services Approvals: 1. May Financial Statement Accepted and its publication authorized. 2. Current Expenses To approve bills of the Board of Education in the amount of $17,750,036.46 and to have warrants drawn for their payment. C. Human Resources Approvals: 1. Retirements - Tami Jo Domasky, fifth grade teacher at Rosenow Elementary School, effective June 9, 2022; and Teri Kosloske, special education teacher at Fond du Lac High School, effective June 9, 2022. 2. Resignations - Casey Karpin, grade 8 math teacher at Sabish Middle School, effective June 10, 2022; Brittany Kimball, cross-categorical teacher at Parkside Elementary School, effective June 9, 2022; Benjamin Klingberg, social studies teacher at Fond du Lac High School, effective June 9, 2022; and Haley Kordosky, grade 7 math teacher at Sabish Middle School, effective June 9, 2022. 3. Employment Recommendations - Effective for the 2022-23 teacher contract year: Jamie Keller, 1.0 FTE grade 1 teacher at Riverside Elementary School, at Level 2; Megan Lane, 1.0 FTE grade 5 teacher at Waters Elementary School, at Level 4; Rachel McCallum, 1.0 FTE business education teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 6; McKenna Seegers, 1.0 FTE grade 4 teacher at Roberts Elementary School, at Level 1; Melissa Thews, 1.0 FTE science teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 4; and Ashley Thieme, 1.0 FTE ESL teacher, location TBD, at Level 2. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Mr. Gedemer requested that for future motions on teacher retirements, years of service be included. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Business Services Consider Aramark Contract Renewal for 2022-23 The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), which regulates the National School Nutrition Programs, requires annual renewal of contracts with food service management companies. Bidding of this service is required every five years. The District bid this out at the end of 2017-18 school year. The 2022-23 school year is the final year of the current five-year contract. The renewal for the 2022-23 year reflects a 7.7% increase as regulated by the WI DPI and utilization of the pandemic emergency procurement provision as presented in the May 23, 2022 Board workshop. The board was introduced to Antoinia Lyons, who will be taking the place of Chris Manfred in directing food service for our district. MOTION BY Weddle, seconded by Godfrey, that the Board of Education renew the food service management contract with Aramark for the 2022-23 school year as presented. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Consider Food Service Meal Prices for 2022-23 This year, the District again has the option to not increase meal prices since we maintain a positive fund balance in the Food Service Fund 50. We are recommending not increasing meal prices for 2022-23, maintaining them at the 2021-22 levels. Meals have been free for all students throughout the pandemic; starting next year, families in need of free or reduced lunch will need to have paperwork on file in order to receive this service. Forms are available online and in person at registration, and direct certification is also available. Parkside, Chegwin, and Riverside will pick up with universal free food service, as was the case before the pandemic. MOTION BY Gedemer, seconded by Hoerth, that the Board of Education approve the following meal prices for the 2022-23 school year: Lunch Elementary $2.55 Middle $2.75 High $2.75/$3.00/$3.85 Adult $3.40/$3.65/$4.65 Breakfast Elementary $1.00 Middle $1.15 High $1.15/$1.90 Adult $1.30/$2.15/$3.70 MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Human Resources Consider Lakeshore Elementary School Principal Recommendation Ms. Jodi Brueggeman was selected as the Lakeshore Principal after participating in two rounds of interviews. She has four years of experience as the High Performance Learning Coordi-nator in the LaCrosse School District and most recently four years of experience as the Director of Instructional Services. MOTION BY Schreiter, seconded by Godfrey, that the Board of Education approve an administrative contract for Jodi Brueggeman for the Lakeshore Principal position at a salary of $99,178 for the 2022-23 school year (211 days). MOTION CARRIED, ayes 6-0 (Gedemer abstention). Consider Fond du Lac High School Principal Recommendations William Greymont and Mackenzie Olszewski were selected after participating in the interview process with representation from the high school and district administration. Mr. Greymont comes to us with multiple years as an Athletic Director/Associate Principal, two years of principal experience in the West Bend School District and, most recently, three years of Associate Principal experience in the Beloit School District. MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Hoerth, that the Board of Education approve an administrative contract for William Greymont as an Assistant Principal at Fond du Lac High School at a salary of $97,226 for the 2022-23 school year (211 days). MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Ms. Olszewski comes to us with experience as a Behavior and Instructional Specialist and, most recently, one year as an Assistant Principal in Berlin. MOTION BY Gedemer, seconded by Weddle, that the Board of Education approve an administrative contract for Mackenzie Olszewski as an Assistant Principal at Fond du Lac High School at a salary of $92,579 for the 2022-23 school year (211 days). MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Consider Approval of Three Middle School Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) Positions The administration is requesting to keep the three middle school TOSAs for one more year only. The middle school principals and staff are appreciative of the additional behavior support, as well as additional support in terms of subbing when a substitute teacher could not be secured. MOTION BY Godfrey, seconded by Schreiter, that the Board of Education approve maintaining the three Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) positions at the middle school level for the 2022-23 school year only. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. MOTION TO AMEND by Uselmann, seconded by Weddle, to strike the word "only" in order to leave room for reevaluation of these positions in another year. AMENDMENT PASSED, 7-0. Teaching and Learning Consider Approval of Teachers' Curriculum Institute (TCI) Resource Materials to Support K-5 Social Studies Curriculum The Board is being asked to consider approval of Teachers' Curriculum Institute (TCI) materials to support the K-5 social studies curriculum. Ms. Reichenberger reviewed the thorough process that was followed in choosing this curriculum package, involving all K-5 staff at various levels and at various stages of the choice. Public notice was given for review of materials by the community as well, through May 13th. MOTION BY Weddle, seconded by Uselmann that the Board of Education approve the following TCI (Teachers' Curriculum Institute) materials to support the District's K-5 social studies curriculum: Social Studies Alive, Grades K-5, Copyright 2022, TCI. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. BOARD/ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS Facility Services Facilities Referendum Planning Update John Williams, Director of Facility Services and Safety, spoke about the work that will be completed after students leave the building throughout the summer, especially roofing. Lakeshore, STEM, and Riverside will be strictly construction sites as soon as classes end. Rosenow and FHS will have some site work, but targeted. The roofing materials were described in response to a question; there is a 20 year warranty and some roofs have lasted as long as 40 years. Community members have responded positively to the mailed communication with updates on the referendum progress and district news. Superintendent 2021-22 FHS Graduation Reminders Dr. Fleig stated that June 9th at 7pm will be the graduation ceremony. Board members should arrive by 6:30 in academic regalia. About 500 students are graduating. The event will also be livestreamed for those who cannot attend in person. Board Members Student/Staff Activities Godfrey: visited Woodworth and spent time with Officer Brown, and met NaQuisha Mann at Pier Weddle: Sabish science fair Gedemer: discussions with people about what makes the news versus what else is going on in schools Hoerth: volunteered at Lakeshore bash Schreiter: offered condolences to Mr. Schipper on the passing of his mom, offered congratulations and best wishes to the retiring teachers Dom+asky and Kosloski Uselmann: walkthroughs at the high school, marching band in the Memorial Day parade Henschel: with four other board members attended Acuity grant distributions, baseball games, lunch hour at the high school, saw state track and field posts as well as all the scholarships and awards for graduating seniors. PUBLIC COMMENT Char Trotter, 77 E 11th St., shared the sentiment that all kids are good kids, but some make poor choices. She shared a perspective that what might be considered controversial in social studies depends on one's lens. She also shared a reminder that all types of people, including people of color, can be intellectuals. She shared Paul Gorske quotes about bias and racism and personal and organizational work. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATE MATTERS None. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Godfrey, that the Board of Education adjourn the regular meeting and convene in a workshop to discuss student fees, followed by an executive session to consider student expulsions and to discuss administrator contracts for 2022-23 year as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(a)(c) and (f): "(a) Deliberating concerning a case which was the subject of any judicial or quasi-judicial trial or hearing before that governmental body." "(c) Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility." "(f) Considering financial, medical, social or personal histories or disciplinary data of specific persons, preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems or the investigation of charges against specific persons except where par. (b) applies which, if discussed in public, would be likely to have substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of any person referred to in such histories or data, or involved in such problems or investigations." MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0.The regular meeting adjourned at 6:05 p.m. WORKSHOP CALL TO ORDER A workshop of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 6:25 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Uselmann, Weddle, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig, Buchholz, Gerlach, Moder, Noonan, Reichenberger, Seyfert, Snyder, Williams. DISCUSS STUDENT FEES Student fees at the elementary and middle school level are currently varied, leading to nonuniform student learning opportunities. It is suggested that these fees be set at one level across the district. Dr. Fleig also pointed out that courses required for graduation currently have fees attached, and those should be eliminated. Specialty courses such as art, tech ed, and family and consumer education would still be able to set fees for materials. It is recommended that the parking fee at the high school should be eliminated. There was some discussion around whether the last item makes sense, and how the revenue from parking fees and permitting is/will be handled. It was requested that this be presented as a separate motion. There will be a waiver of fees for students who have financial need. Yearbook will remain a purchased item. ADJOURNMENT TO AN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO CONSIDER STUDENT EXPULSIONS AND TO DISCUSS ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACTS FOR 2022-23 AS PROVIDED FOR IN WISCONSIN STATUTES 19.85(1)(a)(c) AND (f)MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Henschel, that the Board of Education adjourn the workshop and convene in an executive session to consider student expulsions and to discuss administrator contracts for 2022-23 year as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(a)(c) and (f): "(a) Deliberating concerning a case which was the subject of any judicial or quasi-judicial trial or hearing before that governmental body." "(c) Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility." "(f) Considering financial, medical, social, or personal histories or disciplinary data of specific persons, preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems or the investigation of charges against specific persons except where par. (b) applies which, if discussed in public, would be likely to have a substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of any person referred to in such histories or data, or involved in such problems or investigations." MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The workshop adjourned at 6:52 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION CALL TO ORDER An executive session of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 6:56 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Uselmann, Weddle, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig, Moder, Snyder. CONSIDER STUDENT EXPULSIONS Ms. Moder reviewed the disciplinary and expulsion process for the new board members. Then the Board considered two student expulsions. Student Expulsion #27 As a result of a hearing conducted on May 16, 2022, and pursuant to the Order of the Independent Hearing Officer, MOTION BY Henschel, seconded by Godfrey, that the Board of Education affirm the expulsion order for Student Expulsion #27, Fond du Lac High School, 2021-22. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 6, nays 1 (Gedemer). Student Expulsion #28 As a result of a hearing conducted on May 20, 2022 and pursuant to the Order of the Independent Hearing Officer, MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Hoerth, that the Board of Education affirm the revised district expulsion order for Student Expulsion #28, Fond du Lac High School, 2021-22. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. DISCUSS ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACTS FOR 2022-23 Dr. Fleig reviewed suggested contract renewal status and organizational options for administrators. Board of Education 6/6/22 Page 8 ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Godfrey, that the Board of Education adjourn the executive session. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. 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FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Meeting Minutes June 21, 2022 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held its meeting on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin, Room A137 and with virtual access for the public to call in. Chair John Weyenberg called the meeting to order at 4:04 p.m. Board members present were: Javad Ahmad, Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Margaret Kastner, Justin Krueger, Charles Spoehr, Jr., Patricia Van Ryzin, Chris VanderHeyden (arrived 5:09 p.m.), John Weyenberg. Absent: Erik Lampe. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Christopher Matheny; Administrators: Rayon Brown, Elizabeth Burns, Susan Kaufman, Troy Kohl, Dr. Jennifer Lanter, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Paula Batterman, Scott Borley, Carmelyn Daley-Hinkens, Barb Dreger, Jared Huss, Susan Lowney, Susan Lucius, Jennifer McIntosh, Henry Merrill, Andy Rinke, Faith Schiedermayer, Steve Straub, Paul Van Eyck, Dave Wuestenberg, Heather Zweiger; Guests: Gary Brilowski, Bob Ebben, Dr. Kim Olson; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee Van Ryzin to approve the agenda for the June 21, 2022, meeting as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Ahmad to approve the minutes of the May 17, 2022, Regular Board Meeting. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Kastner to approve the proposed 2022-25 Strategic Plan & Scorecard for implementation. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. At 4:30 p.m., it was declared by Chairperson Weyenberg that the Board recess to conduct the public hearing on the proposed 2022-23 budget. Amy Van Straten, Vice President for Finance/CFO, presented a high-level overview of the proposed budget and process for its development. With no one attending from the public, the Board meeting resumed at 4:43 p.m. A motion was made by Trustee Krueger to adopt the resolution authorizing adoption of the 2022-23 budget. [RES 22/06-01] Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, and Weyenberg. 2 Absent: Lampe, VanderHeyden. A motion was made by Trustee Van Ryzin to approve an initial resolution authorizing and providing for the sale and issuance of not to exceed $8,600,000 general obligation promissory notes and certain related details. [RES 22/06-02] Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, and Weyenberg. 2 Absent: Lampe, VanderHeyden. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Van Ryzin to approve the following Consent Agenda items. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, and Weyenberg. 2 Absent: Lampe, VanderHeyden. Preliminary 2021-22 Year-End Report on College Annual Objectives & Strategic Plan Contract Training & Technical Assistance Monthly Activity Summary Grant Proposals Submitted in May 2022 New Academic Programs Under Development Personnel Report Budget Variance Analysis Expenditures > $2,500 for Month of May 2021-22 Budget Amendments Consolidated Topics IFB #22061 PSTC Propane Piping Replacement IFB #23003 F158 Flooring and Painting Updates IFB #23004 Replacement of Cooling Towers Chris VanderHeyden joined the meeting. A motion was made by Trustee Van Ryzin to adjourn to executive session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(c), Wis. Stats., to discuss the President's performance evaluation and President's contract. The time was 5:09 p.m. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 8 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 1 Absent: Lampe. A motion was made by Trustee VanderHeyden to reconvene into open session pursuant to Section 19.85(2), Wis. Stats. The time was 5:49 p.m. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 8 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 1 Absent: Lampe. A motion was made by Trustee Krueger to approve the matters discussed in Executive Session. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 8 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 1 Absent: Lampe. There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair Weyenberg declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 5:53 p.m. Run: July 20, 2022 WNAXLP


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Meeting Minutes June 21, 2022 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held its meeting on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin, Room A137 and with virtual access for the public to call in. Chair John Weyenberg called the meeting to order at 4:04 p.m. Board members present were: Javad Ahmad, Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Margaret Kastner, Justin Krueger, Charles Spoehr, Jr., Patricia Van Ryzin, Chris VanderHeyden (arrived 5:09 p.m.), John Weyenberg. Absent: Erik Lampe. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Christopher Matheny; Administrators: Rayon Brown, Elizabeth Burns, Susan Kaufman, Troy Kohl, Dr. Jennifer Lanter, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Paula Batterman, Scott Borley, Carmelyn Daley-Hinkens, Barb Dreger, Jared Huss, Susan Lowney, Susan Lucius, Jennifer McIntosh, Henry Merrill, Andy Rinke, Faith Schiedermayer, Steve Straub, Paul Van Eyck, Dave Wuestenberg, Heather Zweiger; Guests: Gary Brilowski, Bob Ebben, Dr. Kim Olson; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee Van Ryzin to approve the agenda for the June 21, 2022, meeting as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Ahmad to approve the minutes of the May 17, 2022, Regular Board Meeting. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Kastner to approve the proposed 2022-25 Strategic Plan & Scorecard for implementation. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. At 4:30 p.m., it was declared by Chairperson Weyenberg that the Board recess to conduct the public hearing on the proposed 2022-23 budget. Amy Van Straten, Vice President for Finance/CFO, presented a high-level overview of the proposed budget and process for its development. With no one attending from the public, the Board meeting resumed at 4:43 p.m. A motion was made by Trustee Krueger to adopt the resolution authorizing adoption of the 2022-23 budget. [RES 22/06-01] Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, and Weyenberg. 2 Absent: Lampe, VanderHeyden. A motion was made by Trustee Van Ryzin to approve an initial resolution authorizing and providing for the sale and issuance of not to exceed $8,600,000 general obligation promissory notes and certain related details. [RES 22/06-02] Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, and Weyenberg. 2 Absent: Lampe, VanderHeyden. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Van Ryzin to approve the following Consent Agenda items. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, and Weyenberg. 2 Absent: Lampe, VanderHeyden. ? Preliminary 2021-22 Year-End Report on College Annual Objectives & Strategic Plan ? Contract Training & Technical Assistance Monthly Activity Summary ? Grant Proposals Submitted in May 2022 ? New Academic Programs Under Development ? Personnel Report ? Budget Variance Analysis ? Expenditures > $2,500 for Month of May ? 2021-22 Budget Amendments Consolidated Topics ? IFB #22061 PSTC Propane Piping Replacement ? IFB #23003 F158 Flooring and Painting Updates ? IFB #23004 Replacement of Cooling Towers Chris VanderHeyden joined the meeting. A motion was made by Trustee Van Ryzin to adjourn to executive session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(c), Wis. Stats., to discuss the President's performance evaluation and President's contract. The time was 5:09 p.m. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 8 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 1 Absent: Lampe. A motion was made by Trustee VanderHeyden to reconvene into open session pursuant to Section 19.85(2), Wis. Stats. The time was 5:49 p.m. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 8 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 1 Absent: Lampe. A motion was made by Trustee Krueger to approve the matters discussed in Executive Session. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 8 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Krueger, Spoehr, Van Ryzin, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 1 Absent: Lampe. There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair Weyenberg declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 5:53 p.m. Run; july 20, 2022 WNAXLP


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July 12, 2022 Regular meeting of the Common Council was called to order by Council President Wagner at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall. PRESENT: Mike Feirer, Nick Poeschel, Natasha Tompkins, Brian Varsho, Ed Wagner, Tom Witzel, Adam Fischer, Rebecca Spiros (via Zoom), Mike O'Reilly and Pete Hendler. ABSENT: Mayor TeStreake The flag was saluted and the pledge given. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD Dorothy Schnitzler, 709 S Cherry Avenue, wants to thank Tom Loucks and Mike Weigel for filming their events at Belvidere Supper Club. They have been doing this for several years and have had many speakers, political, school board and great things. She invites everyone to the Belvidere on Thursday (July 14) and every second Thursday. July 14 they are showing the documentary "2,000 Mules" and everyone is invited. Mike Weigerl, 714 N Cedar Avenue, would like to talk about low power radio. As many may have notice WDLB has gone through a drastic change in its ownership and format. It doesn't allow much for its listeners. He likes music but sometimes you need to turn the music off and stimulate your brain. We lost Insight and we lost the General Store and those are two very important things that WDLB had for its listeners. He believes low power radio can fill that vacuum that was lost with WDLB. In the interest of free speech, he's asking you to reconsider low power radio in this City. It's going to fill a gap for the citizens. We need news now and he believes low power radio will be able to deliver. CC22-115 Motion by Hendler, second by O'Reilly to approve the minutes of the June 28, 2022 Common Council meeting. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried STAFF UPDATES City Administrator Barg introduced new Human Resources Director, Sarah Dresel. COUNCIL PRESIDENT'S COMMENTS None COUNCIL COMMENTS None REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES None CONSENT AGENDA CC22-116 Motion by Fischer, second by Feirer to receive and place on file, approving all recommended actions for the items listed on the consent agenda. Meeting Minutes/Reports: Economic Development Board of March 3, 2022; Plan Commission of April 27, 2002; Community Development Authority Finance of May 26, 2022; Community Development Authority Board of May 26, 2022; Board of Public Works of July 5, 2022 (1. Purchase of wheeled loader, Streets); Judiciary and License Committee of July 12, 2022' Board of Public Works of July 12, 2022. Motion carried CC22-117 Motion by O'Reilly, second by Varsho to receive and place on file, approving all recommended actions the minutes of Judiciary and License Committee of July 12, 2022 and Board of Public Works of July 12, 2022. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-118 Motion by Tompkins, second by Witzel to authorize future application for the operation of a low power FM radio station. Roll call vote, 9 - Ayes, 1 - Nay (Spiros). Motion carried CC22-119 Motion by O'Reilly, second by Fischer to remove the prohibition of weapons in City Hall sign. Roll call vote, 6 Ayes (Varsho, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, O'Reilly & Hendler), 4 Nays (Feirer, Poeschel, Tompkins, Wagner). Motion carried City Administrator Barg provided a report of potential financial/budgetary impacts of the real estate tax case with Marshfield Medical Center. City Administrator Barg provided an update on soliciting labor law services through a Request for Qualifications process. Communications Director Loucks provided a report on the anticipated costs to film and broadcast all City meetings. Alderperson Spiros left the meeting. CC22-120 Motion by Witzel, second by Tompkins to go into closed session under Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 19.85 (1)(e) "Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reason require a close session." Possible sale of City property (Magee Street/Pine Avenue area.) Possible transfer of former City property located at 8th/Hemlock Possible assistance for a project located within TIF District #10 Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 7:23 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Tompkins, Varsho, Wagner, Witzel, Fischer, O'Reilly and Hendler, City Attorney Wolfgram, City Administrator Barg and City Personnel (Jessica Schiferl, Steven Wiley, Dan Knoeck) CC22-121 Motion by Witzel, second by Poeschel to return to open session. Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 7:57 p.m.) Motion carried CC22-122 Motion by Tompkins, second by Poeschel to sell former railroad corridor to adjacent property owner. Roll call vote, 3 Ayes (Feirer, Poeschel, Hendler), 5 Nays (Tompkins, Varsho, Witzel, Fischer, O'Reilly), Abstain 1 (Wagner) Motion failed Future Agenda Items None There being no further business, Council President Wagner adjourned the meeting at 8:02 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jessica A. Schiferl City Clerk Run: July 29, 2022 WNAXLP


July 29, 2022 Public Testing of Electronic Tabulating Equipment Notice is hereby given that under Wis Stats 5.84(1) a test of the electronic ballot tabulation system for the Partisan Primary Election to be held on August 9, 2022, will be on Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at the Grand Rapids Municipal Building, 2410 48 th Street S., Wisconsin Rapids, WI. The test is open to the public. Jan Peronto Elections Deputy Clerk Town of Grand Rapids 2410 48 th St. S. Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 Phone: 715-424-1821 Email: info@grandrapidswi.org Run: August 1, 2022 WNAXLP


June 28, 2022 Regular meeting of the Common Council was called to order by Mayor TeStrake at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall. PRESENT: Mike Feirer, Nick Poeschel, Natasha Tompkins, Brian Varsho, Ed Wagner, Tom Witzel, Adam Fischer, Rebecca Spiros, and Mike O'Reilly. ABSENT: Pete Hendler The flag was saluted and the pledge given. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD William Penker, 600 S. Sycamore Avenue, has served on the Plan Commission. He served on the Plan Commission during the development of the 2015 Downtown Master Plan and the 2017-2037 Comprehensive Plan. He is also a member of the West 2nd Street Oversight Ad Hoc Committee. At the May 26th CDA Public Hearing dealing with the creation of the Redevelopment District #1, the 2nd Street Project, he presented a statement in support of the proposal. He cited 3 documents in that statement, the Comprehensive Plan, the Downtown Plan and an Economic Development Plan, with over 30 direct and indirect references supporting the proposal. In additional it lists over 2 dozen groups that can be involved with economic development, urban renewal and advancement and enhancement of the downtown and near downtown. Community partners are listed on page 8 of the economic action plan. Of those, Main Street Marshfield has a recently developed Strategic Plan that has direct and indirect reference applicable to the proposal. An issue presented by a speaker at the hearing was noise and noise reduction and this was address in the Main Street plan. There are many community organizations and businesses including banks, real estate companies, construction interest and developers. At the CDA hearing and the Common Council meeting none of the groups provided comments for, against, or neutral to the position or addressed two issues that had been raised, conformity and feasibility. As a member of Historic Preservation Commission, he thanks those who came out express concerns for the historic nature of West 3rd Street and making sure that is maintained. Ray LeBlanc, 309 W 6th Street, representing his Heavenly Father Jesus Christ as a Christian. The protestors were just trying to encourage people that there is a heaven to gain and a hell to shun. He read a statement put out to the Pride event supporters and clarified. The protestors at the event were not removed. The protestors also did not demand an audience at Council. The event happened in Wenzel Family Park and they have connections to he Wenzel Family. These events shouldn't have happened at a family park. In Florida, Governor Santos is trying to make it a felony for a drag show with children present. The same is happening in Texas. This was advertised as a family friendly event and had kids tipping with cash. The money was handed out to children to use to tip. This is programming and doesn't belong in a family park. There was a guy with a dollar bill by his crotch. The protestors tried to stop this from happening. Jeign LeBlanc, 309 W 6th Street, the recent drag queen event at the Wenzel Family Park highly entertained those with low morals. The promotional poster for the event suggested bringing money to tip the queens. Furthermore, children unfamiliar with tipping and entertainment were provided the money by the men dressed resembling a girl (drag). What she witnessed in the event is what conscience, moral adults call grooming. One of the men dressed as a drag queen had a dollar bill inserted in his groin area. It makes her wonder what transpired from this. Three police officers were told of this and were more concerned about her wandering, unleashed puppy. One of the officers was approached about the behavior of a drag queen and said it wasn't their area. A Wenzel family member was informed of the lewd behavior in the park named for their family. Take time to seek a relationship with God and his word. God's message states that you ask for forgiveness and repent. It is the duty of the Mayor, Council and administration to keep the city clean and prohibit events in public such as what occurred in Wenzel Park. Your tolerance is an egregious breach of trust, especially of our most innocent, our children. She read a list of some drag queen names and will not apologize if anyone is offended by those names until you apologize to our children who were in the midst of drag queens. The five-minute timer rang, ending her time at the podium. Mike Thill, 507 W 7th Street, thanked the Mayor and Council for the opportunity to speak. He stated everyone had the right to be at Wenzel Plaza. He echoes what the LeBlanc's stated. He thinks it is inappropriate to put impressionable children in that position and have their minds influenced negatively. He thinks the City made a mistake issuing a permit for this type of thing. Dottie Schnitzler, 709 S Cherry Avenue, freedom of speech works both ways. The drag queen event was held and people attended. Any protestors were exercising their freedom also. So, it seems to be a tie. As a bible believing Christian the story about Sodom and Gomorrah tells that the cities perished by fire and to this day those who visit say there isn't one blade of green grass. God told Noah to survive a flood and many didn't believe him. God placed a rainbow with a promise to Noah that there would not be another flood. Gay pride has a rainbow-colored flag so not another flood is promised but what about fire? God has a plan, check it out. She believes drag queen shows should not have children present. We are both human and spiritual and she feels we are more spiritual having a human experience. Jeff Kleiman, 1112 W. State, came to talk about the distribution of some Nazi pamphlets in town over the last day. He has taught at UWSP and UW Marshfield and studied and published about American History and the Holocaust. The anti-semantic fliers scattered around parts of town are not a one off and a visible reminder of what millions see on-line, in private, shared beyond the public view. Too often unpleasant reminders of hatred remain out of sight and therefore out of mind, therefore why should anyone worry. We do not teach history of prejudice in American History. The lack of knowledge helps us to forget the longest-lived prejudices we share as a nation. Racial hatred of Africans and Natives; religious bigotry against Catholics; anti-Catholicism came with the English colonists, embedded in our culture before independence. In the 1920's, Marshfield hosted a chapter of the KKK. Anti-Catholicism found expression in the 1960 presidential election when John Kennedy appeared before Protestant ministers to assure his loyalty was to the United States and not the Pope. We would like to imagine these old prejudices have been banished but we know it is not so. Our local Cultural Fair came as a result of a pro-Nazi exhibit in the public library in the Spring of 2003. That fall people met to address the public display of a party rooted in hate. Since Spring 2004 the Culture Fair has been held with that object in mind. What we have at our doorsteps today is a reminder of what lurks beneath the surface. Raised by a political climate increasingly intolerant, prone to violence and proudly divisive. We cannot ignore this warning sign. Without public education to teach the legacy of bigotry will our epithet read that we were a people dedicated to tolerance, diversity and liberty? He leaves that for us to debate and discuss ourselves. Aaron Kaplan, 2511 Lawraine Street, thanks the Mayor for her proclamation of support of pride month and the LGTBQ+ citizens of Marshfield. He also thanks the City for allowing the Pride event to happen. Marshfield and our State belong to all citizens. We have freedom of religion in this country which also means freedom from religion. All of us our allowed to worship or not worship as we so choose. No religion can be forced upon any person. Secondly, in this country we have a right to life, liberty and a pursuit of happiness. For some people, that happiness means loving a person of the same sex or expressing their preferred gender identity not based on the one they were assigned at birth. This is a choice of the individual and protected by the freedoms given to us under the constitution and law of the land, not by any religious organization. We also have the right to peacefully gather without being harassed and threatened. He was at the pride event. His son is a member of the LGBTQ+ community so when people show up and threaten them with eternal damnation and telling them they are abusing their children because they are letting them express themselves as they see fit as who they really are, he feels that is harassment and goes past just protests. The Pride event on June 18 was a celebration of love, acceptance, diversity and inclusion. It was a beautiful event and he was happy and honored to be part of it. It's a shame that it was marred in hatred based on the book of a so called "loving God" but love won and will win again. Hannah Moin, 311 W 5th Street, goes by the name Aspen Moin, uses all pronouns and is gender fluid individual. They have lived in Marshfield their entire life and attended public schools. Would like to address that representation is important in the City of Marshfield and its schools and also the repercussions of the lack of representation. They have struggled with mental illness with their first suicide attempt at age of 9. The main source of depression was the feeling of not belonging, and was sheltered from their childhood. During their sophomore year of high school they learned about the LGBTQIA community and that it is alright to love who you want to love. From the age of 8-14 they were homophobic due to the extreme lack of representation in schools. They are not saying that second graders need to be given sexual education. It is not about sex, it is about who you are or aren't attracted to. It is about expressing who you are and becoming who you are as in individual and becoming who you are with your identity. They learned about the LGBTQIA community on-line, none of it was learned at school. They learned on-line that it was okay to be who god made them to be. They are proud of who they are in their identity and their faith. Suicide for LGTBQIA youth in America is four times more likely than a heterosexual peer. One LGTBQ+ youth attempts suicide every 45 seconds. These statistics are due to the lack of representation and tools surrounding them. You don't have to like LGTBQ+ people but you do have to accept they are human beings and deserve rights. They are the same as you. You are not better than them and they are not better than you. They do not follow your religion so they do not have to follow the rules that go along with that religion. Wisconsin, Marshfield, and the United States is not a Christian religion and we do not have to follow the rules of a religion if we do not assign with that, like Christians do not have to follow Muslim rules if they do not align with that. They will fight for you to have religious freedom but you have to understand that we all have religious freedom and that means we are all free to have a different or no religion and it is not your job to change us. Christy Rens, 201051 County Road T, there needs to be education in the room about drag shows. A drag show is entertainment, same as movies or musicals. Typically a drag show involves performers singing or lip syncing and performing a preplanned dance. The performers often wear elaborate costumes and make up, that is part of the show. There are 5 tips for attending a drag show according to a master class article. Tip number one, you tip your drag queens. That is common. Drag performers are freelance artists and often rely on tips to get by. Number two, consent is key. Drag entertainers are people. Never behave in a way that make the performers feel uncomfortable or unsafe. Unfortunately, the protestors in Marshfield were not respectful to the drag queens. Treat drag queens with respect and never, ever touch them without consent. That rule was told to the audience before the show started. You don't take pictures or videos without consent. Number three, be supportive of the queens. Drag performers work very hard preparing their looks and routines. Number four, support your local drag queens. Most of the drag queens at Marshfield Pride were from this area. Number five, have fun. Drag shows are fun and are not meant to be taken seriously. Marshfield had a large audience, young and old. There were families there. It was fun with friends and family dancing and having a wonderful time. It was a wonderful event full of love and support. Drag has been around forever. Shakespeare had drag. There are examples of drag in England and China in the 1500's. The first known drag balls in the United States were in the 1920's. World War 2 a common entertainment was soldiers dressing up as women and putting on shows for each other. There are movies and shows about drag, this isn't new. Drag performers are not always part of the LGBTQ+ community. There is a case study form UW Rural Health Research Center with case studies from June 2022 about small town pride celebration supporting well social connectedness for rural witness. Michele Kaplan, 2511 Lawraine Street, in rural Wisconsin mental illness is a big problem and there aren't enough mental health professionals. To her, it is apparent that a lot of youth and some adults being able to express who they are and how they feel is a way they can stay away from mental illness. In the past, being homosexual was considered a mental illness. Now, the mental health community recognizes it's not mental illness. In her experience, many youth in our area have hard problems that they deal with because of not being able to be who they are. Many of them were at the event and they really enjoyed it. She is thankful they were able to have the event. For the record, she saw the dollar bill that was talked about and he stuffed them down his shirt and they fell out. Kellyn Jepsen, 800 W Blodgett Street, she is a proud queer woman. She thanks the Mayor for joining them at Pride and sharing that she is a Mayor for the people, all of the people. She thanks everyone who played a part in the making Marshfield Pride a day of love, inclusivity, and celebration for the LGBTQIA+ people everywhere. The event was a beautiful day. The event organizers appreciate all of the efforts put forth by good, kind and loving humans to embrace a community of people who needed to be seen, heard and loved for exactly who they are. She has always been inspired by her brother who could never find safe places to be who he is and be himself. She is a Christian who loves and serves an awesome God. She met her girlfriend volunteering and they raise their children in Marshfield. She grew up in Marshfield with a lot of privilege and did not grow up with a lot of the hate and pain that others in the LGTBQ+ community faced growing up. As an adult, she was able to walk away from a church where she saw that hate like what was experienced from the protestors. We need support to drive this hate and discrimination out of Marshfield. Following Pride, they have received a massive outpouring of support. There were many beautiful moments witnessed and experienced by kids, teens, adults and families. They had drag queens and a drag king that grew up in the area that finally got to share their art and their true and authentic self. She has to share the hard too, not because a group of hateful people came to share. But because it is hard to feel like a burden. It feels like they have taken up so much time and so many resources that they never intended to take just because they wanted to have a celebration of who they are. She loves to give her all to other people and make sure they feel loved and supported. She feels shame in showing that she is proud of who she is. Please do not let Marshfield Pride be clouded by any of the untruths or hate. They hope the energy will go in to supporting, validating, and including all of its citizens. We are a community of love and kindness if we chose to be. Love should always win over hate. Ava Schroeder, 800 W Blodgett Street, she is 12 years old. Although she is a child she knows more than most people. At a young age she learned the difference between right and wrong. She knows that this is not right. She knows that exploiting children's love and community is not right. She knows that humans that came to Pride 2022 to be loved, accepted and cherished instead received hatred and that is wrong. She believes that the horrible people that shut down and screamed at children are incorrect on every level. These are the people that stand in front of our Council complaining about nonsense. They are abusing human rights and using twisted and awful words to get into people's minds. But, she is not here to talk about the bad. She is here to tell you about the praise that was received from the event. She was not able to attend some of the event and it was hard to leave and made her very emotional. She stayed up late and cried herself to sleep, second guessing her decision. As a supportive ally, she believes that love is love. Kristen Regele, 800 W Blodgett Street, many who spoke will have the privilege of not being concerned for their safety but she verified her homeowners insurance knowing she had to state her name and address. Some drag shows are not appropriate for children. Marshfield Pride drag show was appropriate for children. There was a straight, white woman lip syncing to Dolly Parton. One of the queens is attending a PhD program at UW Madison, another is about to be deployed for the third time as he serves in our nation's army. Just over one week ago, hundreds of people came together to find love and support for one another at a joyful gathering in the heart of Marshfield. Most everyone there was peaceful and understanding of the diversity in our community and nation. Some, unfortunately, were not. As she arrived at the park to start decorating, so did volunteers to scrub the hateful sidewalk chalk off the sidewalks in the surrounding areas. Protestors started the day wanting to tell people they were an abomination. They threatened people's jobs and the cops were called before 9:00 a.m. because of their aggressive behavior. Their attempts to disrupt continued throughout the day. Kids that deserve to be told that they're loved exactly as they are, instead were told they are evil. They were told they are not welcome in our community. She asked an older protestor to not yell at the children. Vulgarities were used in response. This wasn't ministry. Their mission was hate. They are already aware that those who despise them will continue to cast their shadow upon them no matter how acceptable their actions, their purpose or character are. Their view is tainted with bias and disgust and even hate of something they refuse to understand. Tonight's accusations have a purpose of creating shock and perhaps influencing others to hate as well. A reasonable person, witnessing the offenses they speak of, would not have waited until after the event, and any reasonable adult should have reported such an act immediately, and certainly not by an email. There were police officers present and accessible at the event. One's religious beliefs do not grant them the right to impose their beliefs on others or dictate the way we live our lives based on their religion. This is a basic foundation of our country and our government. It is only an attempt to humiliate, discredit and create allies in their cause of hate. Their goal is to entice fear in future events. She is thankful for the individuals who allowed the space for hundreds of people to show love for the LGBTQ+ community and is sincerely apologetic for any adversity you faced in doing that. She hopes this is a reminder of the battles they face just for being. Marshfield residents deserve more involvement, more inclusivity, more concern for the queer, trans, non-binary people and youth of this city. She is here to expect tolerance and diversity and expects LGTBQ+ people to be reminded that this is our home too and we do belong. Madi Lamia, 1518 N Peach Avenue, she is a new resident of Marshfield and an ally of the LGBTQIA community. She came to speak about the positives of Marshfield Pride. She was thrilled to see that it was offered. At the event there was an abundance of love, positivity and a powerful sense of community. She saw fathers dancing with drag queens in support of their children. She saw drag queens and kings perform on the stage with a roaring crowd. She saw teenagers having fun and finally feeling a sense of belonging and acceptance. Despite the few interruptions, the Marshfield PD, the drag queens, the community and the organizers involved handled everything with grace and dignity. Many people think that Pride is an immoral event but it is so much more than rainbows or parades. It is about protecting and validating our LGBTQIA youth and community, creating safe spaces, promoting visibility and forcing intersectional ways of thinking and advocating for equal rights. The event was rooted in love and positive energy. Roman Holewinski, 1410 N Adams Avenue, he comes with excitement and a proposal. He has many hobbies, his favorite UTVing. He works at Roehl Transport and his job duty includes safety. He helps drivers understand the law and operate safely. He works with drivers that had accidents to make sure it does not repeat itself. Along with the word safe when it comes to UTVing, he follows the law and operates his machine safely. Many residents and non-residents in the area are law abiding and safe. Marshfield is missing out on a popular and fast-growing sport. Many would like to see a restrictive route, or routes, through the City of Marshfield, for example a north-south and east-west route. The details could be worked out. He is sure there will be many concerns but they will address those as they progress. Many communities and counties in Wisconsin are allowing UTV's on the roads and the local economy has benefitted from it. The State of Wisconsin has grants for signage, route planning and law enforcement. He finds himself leaving Marshfield and Wood County to enjoy this recreation. Marshfield has a lot to offer this sport and could lead the way for other communities. He asks the Council to put this on an upcoming agenda and let's explore this to make something safe and good for the community. Ray Sternweis, 108 E Pine Street, Spencer, the police department, to him, and other people, has been harassing young people. The police don't care about them and just want to get on with their next thing. He was told by a Marshfield cop that there are some shady cops in Marshfield. That is not good. A person he knows wanted him to be in the birth center. A sex offender was allowed in the birth center and the cops let it go. It's unsafe. He was pulled over yesterday and it's the same officer on and on. It's getting ridiculous being pulled over by the same officer again and again for stupid things. He's being pulled over for blue lights. The truck was bought from a friend who lives in Marshfield and had the truck for two years and was never pulled over. He called the Chief of Police today and he blew it off. The cops don't understand that has been on the truck and his friends was never pulled over but for him the cops don't care. The cops don't do anything. Marshfield was good but the past two years it has gone down hill and it needs to be looked at because it is harassment. He is going to go higher up if this doesn't get resolved. Caitlin Schulz, 706 S Peach Avenue, has lived in Marshfield her entire life and been heavily involved including be on the Main Street Marshfield Board and volunteering at several events in the Wenzel Plaza and other locations. She is very excited to see the huge turnout. She loves seeing her community involved, even people she disagrees with. She also asks that everyone be quiet while others are speaking. She was born and raised Catholic and chose not to continue with the Catholic faith at Confirmation time because she was told the Vatican does not approve of anyone of the homosexual life style. She thinks there is nothing wrong with having an opinion. There is nothing wrong with peacefully and respectfully protesting an event. She arrived at the Pride event around 4:00 p.m. and left a little after 6:00 p.m. In that time, she saw the level of disrespect grow exponentially, enough that extra officers showed up. There was a person violently projectile vomiting doing as much as he could to get attention. It is not okay to disrupt an event. If you are at an event and you think it is not right for kids, the event was publicized and there was plenty of time to talk with somebody. Even if you didn't make that time, you had time to make up pamphlets of your own to have peaceful, civil conversation. She doesn't believe in the Jehovah Witness religion but she isn't rude to them when they show up to her door. She asks them to please remove her address and leave. There is nothing wrong with being civil. Did she wish the protestors hadn't shown up at all, absolutely. Did it also break her heart to see them screaming at children, yes it did. That shouldn't happen. She was born and raised Catholic, she is very spiritual too but she doesn't push her religion on other people. What she believes is what she believes. She believes that Jesus, and the entire bible, the point is to treat others the way you want to be treated. The Wenzel Family donating the plaza, that was a gift to our community. A generous, wonderful gift. Much like the Roehl Family donating to our wonderful library. You do not get to give gifts with strings. Them being upset about an event that happened at the plaza is an issue they need to work through. You gave a gift and the community used it as they saw fit. She also feels this event was exciting and fun and she wants to echo one thing. There is a very big difference between adult drag shows and family friendly drag shows. This was a family friendly show. She loved this event. Marshfield is her community. She loves everyone who lives here, even if she doesn't like them. She has had people in her place of employment slander people for their romantic choices. She would like to see a rule in place for protestors at events, that they are peaceful and respectful. She watched the protestors get closer and closer to the performers while screaming so loudly you could barely hear the PA system. She would like respect given to everybody. Jenny Jirschele, 2308 E Filmore Street, she is sensing a theme tonight and it has to do with positivity, acceptance and respect. She came here originally to talk in support of the pride event. She is not affiliated with the event. She attendant the event as a citizen of Marshfield and was happy to see a group putting effort into an event promoting acceptance and diversity. It helps us as a community to grow and attract people to live here, keep people living here and to grow our economy. The future of our world and the future of our workforce is diverse so acceptance is key. However, she received a text message from her neighbor who is an immigrant and minority, asking if they received Nazi/white supremacist propaganda in their driveway. They did. They received a packet of anti-semantic fliers. This message was completely opposite of what she saw at pride, which was acceptance and respect. And positivity and equality. This is hateful and vile. The first pamphlet said Jews are setting to kill us all, just like they did when they took over the Soviet Union. The next says every single aspect of the great replacement is Jewish. It includes a graphic that shows in 1965 the United States was 90% white and in to 2020 it is 56% white. It goes on to talk about how Jews are organizing a takeover and elimination of white Americans. It then spread a bunch of nonsense conspiracy theories. Her entire neighborhood, and a lot of District 8 received it. She reported it to the police department and they had received about 20 calls. They are investigating and ask if anyone has any video or pictures to share with them. She knows the Council and Mayor were supportive of Pride because of the message it sends. It would be helpful to the community if the Council and Mayor issue a statement condemning these actions before hate like this begins to spread and take hold. We want to see our community continue to be prosperous and continue to grow. In order to do that we have to send a clear message that these types of attitudes aren't tolerated, especially when they can lead to violence. She feels these materials were given out to intimidate people. She was raised being told her family was German Catholics. She did 23 and me and found out she has Jewish ancestry. She had no idea, nor did anyone in her family. Suddenly, things like this, that maybe they had the privilege to ignore, start to seem a little more real. She encourages the Council to take a stand. Kit Jepsen, 2348 N 70th Street, Wauwatosa, WI, was at the Pride event and grew up in Marshfield. He is a proud trans man. He is married. He doesn't have the best words to describe what Pride meant to him personally. He didn't think he would ever see something like that in Marshfield. He wasn't out, no one was out in his school, during high school, it was not safe to be. He tried to come out to a friend in high school and she told everybody and they made fun of him. He didn't know what trans people were. He didn't know what gay people were. He didn't have the representation which is really important, you can't be what you can't see. Like those before him have said, we have freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the right to gather peacefully. We all have these freedoms. Queer people deserve these rights and freedoms. Drag is not about grooming children. Drag is an art form. Performers are showing that gender is a construct. You don't have to wear pants because you are a man, you don't have to wear a dress because you are a woman. You can wear whatever clothes you want. He is proud of who he is. He thinks the issue with the protestors is an issue of jealousy and seeing that are they are showing love and giving unconditional love to each other in a way that maybe they haven't experienced and he really hopes they do someday. Hate speech, the things you scream in children's faces add to people having severe mental health conditions. As the protestors have freedom of religion, so does he. He does not have to practice your religion. He deserves to exist on this Earth. Listing his name and address may put him at a safety risk that the protestors don't understand. All of the kids he saw there get to be adults and grow up in a community that loves and supports them. He did his first drag performance ever and it was great. It wasn't about indoctrinating children. It was about showing love and positivity. He hopes you learn to show love and if you are going to show up to an event to be kind. People in the LGBTQ community deserve to live here. They are here and aren't going anywhere. You need to open your world view. Alaura Lemieux, 1908 N Hume Avenue, recently moved to Marshfield to use her degree in Genetic Biology and Theatre. They are asexual. It hurts when people say bad things about you. They felt more love and respect at this Pride event until she was faced with the protestors. They have a degree in theatre and drag is an art. They wishes they had the talent the performers did. They would rather give their money to these people spending thousands of dollars on these costumes than to a religion that is telling them that they can't be what they want to be. The police were so respectful at Pride. They never did anything to the protestors until they were more and more aggressive. They are glad the pride event happened. It was great to watch kids dance and have fun. Taryn Reardon, 1902 N Hume Avenue, speaking as a straight married woman. She attended Pride and saw people being supported for who they are. She took her three-year-old and she is proud. For those who are straight like her, could you imagine growing up not being straight? She couldn't imagine not growing up straight, not being accepted, being hated, being discriminated against. There are so many people in this room, that is their reality. That is so sad. She is privileged to be a straight white woman and to not have to deal with that. She is so proud of all of you who have to face that on a daily basis. To the protestors, please stop protesting. That's who they are, you aren't going to change who they are. That's how they were born. It's not helping so please stop protesting. She hates when religion gets brought in to this. You don't get to dictate how people live their lives based on your religion. We don't tell you to go to church or not go to church. We don't stand outside of your church with signs, telling you not to go and how hated you are. So just stop. She is a high school counselor and supports students and people. She will support all students and human beings. Pride was an awesome day and awesome event. Thank you to everyone who let pride happen. Stop being close minded and open your hearts and minds. Stop the hate and stop the protesting. It's not going to change anything. Mayor TeStrake called for a brief recess at 7:27 p.m. The meeting reconvened at 7:37 p.m. CC22-100 Motion by Wagner, second by Poeschel to approve the minutes of the June 14, 2022 Common Council meeting. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried STAFF UPDATES None MAYOR'S COMMENTS Employee Recognitions o Anthony Feiter, Fire Department, 7/10/2017, 5 years COUNCIL COMMENTS None REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES None CONSENT AGENDA CC22-101 Motion by Witzel, second by Varsho to receive and place on file, approving all recommended actions for the items listed on the consent agenda. Meeting Minutes/Reports: Fire and Police Commission of May 11, 2022; Parks, Recreation and Forestry of June 8, 2022; Marshfield Utilities Commission of June 20, 2022 (Job order 5854, North Hinman water main replacement); Board of Public Works of June 20, 2022 (1. Resolution No. 2022-18, Wastewater CMAR; 2. Purchase cargo van); Judiciary and License Committee of June 21, 2022; Finance Budget and Personnel Committee of June 21, 2022 (1. Refill vacant PT Custodian (Library); 2. Refill vacant Equipment Operator I (Streets); 3. Memorandum of Agreement, City and Fire Union; 4. Submit PT clerical position for compensation review (Parks); 5. Pay grade/fill position (Administrative Associate II Clerk/Finance; 6. Pay grade Administrative/Permit Specialist; 7. Payroll Resolution NO. 2022-19 (Wage scale adjustment); 8. Notice to MCHS, Inc -intent to negotiate certain contracts; 9. Promotion/pay rate Administrative/Permit Specialist.); City Plan Commission of June 21, 2022 (1. Resolution No. 2022-27, CUP for 201120 Hwy 97; 2. Resolution No. 2022-28, Master Sign Plan for Marshfield Medical Center); Airport Committee of June 23, 2022. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried Finance Director Selenske and Dave Ferris from Ehlers presented an overview of 2022 borrowing. CC22-102 Motion by Feirer, second by Poeschel to approve Initial Resolution No. 2022-20, authorizing $465,000 General Obligation Bonds for Community Development Projects in Tax Incremental District. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-103 Motion by Poeschel, second by Tompkins to approve Initial Resolution No. 2022-21, authorizing $10,000 General Obligation Bonds for Equipment of the Fire Department. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-104 Motion by Tompkins, second by Poeschel to approve Initial Resolution No. 2022-22, authorizing $50,000 General Obligation Bonds for Fire Station Projects. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-105 Motion by Spiros, second by Varsho to approve Initial Resolution No. 2022-23, authorizing $3,665,000 General Obligation Bonds for Street Improvement Projects. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-106 Motion by Feirer, second by Spiros to approve Initial Resolution No. 2022-24, authorizing $105,000 General Obligation Bonds for UW System College Campus. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-107 Motion by Tompkins, second by O'Reilly to approve Resolution No. 2022-25, directing publication of Notice to Electors relating to bond issues. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-108 Motion by Poeschel, second by Wagner to approve Resolution No. 2022-26, providing for the sale of $4,295,000 General Obligation Corporate Purpose Bonds, Series 2022A. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-109 Motion by Fischer, second by Wagner to approve Resolution No. 2022-29, adopting the West 2nd Street District Redevelopment Plan. Roll call vote, 8 -ayes, 1 Nay (O'Reilly). Motion carried CC22-110 Motion by Tompkins, second by Poeschel to authorize staff to execute a contract with GovHR for professional recruitment services in connection with finding a new Development Services Director. Roll call vote, 8 -ayes, 1 Nay (Fischer). Motion carried CC22-111 Motion by Fischer, second by Poeschel to appoint Mike O'Reilly to the Economic Development Board, replacing Pete Hendler. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC22-112 Motion by Varsho, second by Feirer to appoint Kayla Marx to the Library Board. Roll call vote, all ayes Motion carried CC22-113 Motion by Witzel, second by Spiros to go into closed session under Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 19.85 (1)(e) "Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reason require a close session." Review parameters for acquisition of temporary easements on Lincoln Avenue from 5th Street to Adler Road Possible assistance for project located within TIF District #10 AND Closed session under Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 19.85 (1)(g) "Conferring with legal counsel for the governmental body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved." Update on multiple legal cases Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 8:18 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Tompkins, Varsho, Wagner, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, and O'Reilly, Mayor TeStrake, City Attorney Wolfgram, City Administrator Barg and City Personnel (Jessica Schiferl, Steven Wiley, Dan Knoeck, Tom Turchi) Tom Turchi left closed session at 8:30 p.m. Steven Wiley and Dan Knoeck left closed session at 8:50 p.m. CC22-114 Motion by Varsho, second by Poeschel to return to open session. 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LEGAL NOTICE Brown County is accepting bids for a restroom renovation at the Golf Course located in Hobart, WI. A mandatory pre-bid site visit is scheduled for Monday, August 8, 2022 at 9:00am CDT. Specifications are available on-line at: www.browncountywi.gov Departments > Purchasing > Open Projects > Project 2531 and DemandStar at: www.demandstar.com All vendors are responsible for addendums. Bids are to be sent to the Brown County Clerk no later than 11:00 am CDT on Thursday, August 18, 2022. Submit in a sealed envelope marked "Project 2531". A public bid opening (no in-person) will be conducted via WebEx. Call-in information will be provided via addendum. Brown County reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in bids. Late receipts, e-mails and facsimiles will not be accepted. Contact the Purchasing Office at 920-448-4049 if assistance is required. Published by Authority of Golf Course By Patrick W. Moynihan, Jr. Brown County Clerk Run: July 27, August 3, 2022 wnaxlp


Legal Notice The Northcentral Technical College District (NTC) has completed an Environmental Assessment for the alteration of facilities in Merrill, WI. The Wisconsin Technical College System Board (WTCSB) has reviewed the Environmental Assessment and has made a preliminary determination that the proposed action would have no significant environmental impact. A copy of the assessment is on file at the NTC Wausau Campus in the Facilities Office and is available for public viewing by appointment only at the Shipping and Receiving entrance. Please call Amy at 715-803-1296 to schedule an appointment. Questions regarding the assessment should be directed to the Associate Vice President of Facilities Management, Robert Elliott at 715-803-1383. Persons having an interest in the proposed action may comment on the environmental assessment. The comments shall clearly set forth the manner in which the proposed action will affect his/her environment. Comments must be submitted in writing within 15 days of this notification to: Daniel P. Scanlon, RA Director, Facilities Development Wisconsin Technical College System P.O. Box 7874 Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7874 The Wisconsin Technical College System Board will make its final determination on the need for an environmental impact statement after conclusion of the comment period. Dr. Jeannie Worden, President Robert L. Elliott Jr., AVP, Facilities Management Northcentral Technical College District 1000 West Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 Run: August 9, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE LITTLE SUAMICO SANITARY DISTRICT NO. 1 OCONTO COUNTY, WISCONSIN NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Board of the Little Suamico Sanitary District No. 1, Oconto County, Wisconsin has declared its intention to exercise its power under Section 66.0703 of the Wisconsin Statutes to levy special assessments for benefits conferred upon such property for improvements within the Little Suamico Sanitary District No. 1, Oconto County, Wisconsin and includes land along East Frontage Road, Lilly Road and Lilac Road for sanitary sewer extensions. The specific parcel numbers of property to be assessed are included in the engineer's report. The reports of the engineer, showing plans and specifications, estimated cost of improvements and proposed assessments are on file at the Town of Little Suamico Town Hall at 5964-A County Rd. S, Sobieski, Wisconsin, and may be inspected there on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. You are further notified that the Board of the Little Suamico Sanitary District No. 1 will hear all persons interested or their agents or attorneys concerning matters contained in the preliminary resolution authorizing such assessment and reports including proposed assessments of benefits and damages at 6:00 p.m. on the 15th day of August, 2022 in the Town of Little Suamico Town Hall, 5964-A County Rd. S, Sobieski, Oconto County, Wisconsin. All objections will be considered at said hearing and thereafter the amount of the assessment and repayment schedule will be finally determined. Terry Malcheski Clerk Little Suamico Sanitary District No. 1 Published: July 29, 2022 Run: July 29, 2022; WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking sealed bids for a contractor to provide all materials and labor to incorporate three (3) robotic sorters at the Tri-County Material Recovery Facility (MRF). There will be one mandatory site visit on August 16, 2022 at 2:00 pm CT. All interested contracts will meet at the Department of Recycling and Solid Waste (1419 Holland Rd in Appleton, WI). The use of PPE is required for the site tour, please bring your own. If you do not have, it will be provided. Pre-registration is required for the site visit by 2:00pm August 15th and the site visit and RFB may be canceled if a contractor does not pre-register. To register: nicole.schoultz@outagamie.org or 920-832-6083. Bid specifications should be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org under Bids & RFPs or contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CT, September 22, 2022 in the County Clerk's office (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI 54911). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at 2:05 p.m. on September 22nd in the County Clerk's office. Bids received after time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Facsimile or email copies will not be accepted. Award of the contract to the successful bidder shall be based upon the bid determined most advantageous to the county after evaluating the specific criteria requested. Bidders must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Procurement Coordinator Run: August 7, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for a contractor to provide an install vertical gas collection wells at the landfill. Bids will be received until 1:00 p.m. CT, August 9, 2022 in the Purchasing Department (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI 54911). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at that time. Bids received after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Facsimile or email copies will not be accepted. All bids shall be contained in a sealed envelope and marked "Bid Gas Wells". Instructions and could be downloaded from the Outagamie County website (www.outagamie.org) > Bids & Proposals or contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Award of the contract to the successful bidder shall be based upon the bid determined most advantageous to the county after evaluating the specific criteria requested. Bidders must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Procurement Coordinator RUN: July 24, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for the replacement of toilet partitions in the Jail. Bid specifications could be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 1:00 p.m. CT, August 23, 2023 in the Purchasing Department (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at that time. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or email bids will not be accepted. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: August 09, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE ONEIDA FAMILY COURT ORIGINAL HEARING BODY NOTICE OF HEARING RE: DOCKET Case Number 18PA054, Oneida Nation Child Support Agency and Petitioner DESIREE S. METOXEN v. Respondent ADRIAN E. THOMAS A diligent attempt is made to notify the above individuals of an action filed by the Oneida Nation Child Support Agency for a Petition for Paternity. A hearing shall take place on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. in the above captioned case at the Oneida Family Court; located at 2630 W. Mason St. Green Bay, WI 54303. Failure to appear may result in a default judgment. For paternity only: If you fail to appear at any stage of the proceedings, including a scheduled genetic test, the Judge may enter a default judgment finding you to be the father of the child(ren). Please call (920) 496-7200 with any questions. Inquiries for pleadings and/or additional information may be directed to: Clerk of Court Oneida Family Court P.O. Box 19 Oneida, WI 54155 (920) 496-7200 Run: August 9, 16, 2022 wnaxlp


LEGAL NOTICE "Public Hearing" July 12, 2022 FY2022 Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program The Fond du Lac Police Department has been notified by the Bureau of Justice Assistance that it is eligible to receive $13,234 in funding for local law enforcement needs. The department is requesting to use the funds to purchase the following: Supplies and Equipment for Peer Support Program Traffic Radar Speed Awareness Monitor Trailer There will be a public hearing on this matter during the City Council meeting on July 27, 2022 at 6:00pm. CITY OF FOND DU LAC POLICE DEPARTMENT Aaron Goldstein, Chief of Police Run: July 17, 2022; wnaxlp


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking bids for the repair to the roof of a steel building located at 1999 East Apple Creek Rd in Appleton. Bids will be received until 1:00 p.m. CT, August 3, 2022 in the Purchasing Department (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI 54911). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at 1:00 pm in the Purchasing Department. All bids shall be contained in a sealed envelope and marked "Bid Roof Repair". Instructions and could be downloaded from the Outagamie County website (www.outagamie.org) > Bids & Proposals or contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Award of the contract to the successful bidder shall be based upon the bid determined most advantageous to the county after evaluating the specific criteria requested. Bidders must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Procurement Coordinator Run: April 17, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Notification hereby is given that Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, 101 N. Phillips Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104, has filed on July 30, 2022 an application with the Comptroller of the Currency, as specified in 12 C.F.R. 5.30 of the Comptroller's regulations, for permission to change the location of its Green Bay Fisk branch from 908 S Fisk St, Green Bay, Brown County, WI 54304 to Green Bay Mason, 1482 W Mason St, Green Bay, Brown County WI 54303. Any person wishing to comment on this application may file comments in writing with the Director for Large Bank Licensing, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Mail Stop 10E-2, 400 7th Street SW, Washington, DC 20219, within 30 days after the date of this publication. The public may find information about the filing in the OCC's Weekly Bulletin available at www.occ.gov. Additionally, the public portion of the filed application is available upon request. June 29, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF ELDORADO PLAN COMMISSION FOND DU LAC COUNTY, WISCONSIN July 21, 2022 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR SITE IMPROVEMENTS AND PLACEMENT OF SHIPPING CONTAINERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Plan Commission for the Town of Eldorado will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 7:00 PM at the Eldorado Community Center, N7664 County Road C, Eldorado, Wisconsin for the purpose of reviewing and considering an application by Newcastle Property Investments, LLC regarding a 5.217-acre parcel at N8030 Sales Road, tax parcel number T07-16-16-26-01-003-00. The application is for a conditional use permit for site improvements including a gate, fence, lighting and placement of shipping containers for expansion of the existing self-storage business. Please take notice that following the hearing on the proposed, the Plan Commission may take action to deny, request additional information for continued review, or conditionally approve the application. Applicants and interested members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend. Members of the Town Board may be in attendance. Cheryl Pionke, Town Clerk Run: July 24, 31, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE-ONLINE AUCTION OF VEHICLE & MISC. Portage County is requesting online bids for the following items: 1999 Ford F150 XL Supercab Pickup Truck 1998 Brillion 60' 3-Point Grass Seeder Attachment 2009 DR Trimmer Walk Behind Field/Brush Mower 2015 Swisher 44" Rugged Cut Tow Behind Trail Mower Vertical filing system and 3-ring binders. Ends: August 2, 2022, starting at 11:40 a.m. Central Go to www.WisconsinSurplus.com to participate. Run: July 22, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE: ONEIDA FAMILY COURT NOTICE OF HEARING RE: Case #22CU020 Celeste M. Skenandore vs. Tanya M. Skenandore and Anthony G. Kakwitch A diligent attempt was made to notify the above Respondent (Father) of a Petition to Establish Third Party Legal Custody filed by Petitioner. A hearing shall take place on Thursday, August 25, 2022 at 1:30 pm in the above captioned case at the Oneida Family Court office located at 2630 West Mason Street, Green Bay, WI 54303. Inquiries for additional information may be directed to: Oneida Family Court PO Box 19 Oneida WI 54155 (920) 496-7200 Run:Aug 4 & 11, 2022 WNAXLP


Legal Notice: 2022-CU-6050 NOTICE OF CONDITIONAL USE On August 05, 2022, the Winnebago County Board of Adjustment APPROVED with conditions, a variance for the following: CVENGROS, JONATHAN, 7070 WOODENSHOE RD, Town of NEENAH, Tax Parcel No.010-0089-04. Applicant is requesting a conditional use permit for a major home occupation described as used firearm refinishing and repair as permitted by a Federal Firearms License. Town Conditions: 1) The conditional use permit will become effective on the date the applicant provides the Town Clerk with a copy of the current license for the operation of a gun repair or gun smithing business on the premises from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and explosives, and shall expire upon (1) the date on which the license is no longer in effect or (2) the business is sold or in any other way is turned over to another party or entity. 2) There shall be no signs on the property advertising the business. 3) All guns on the premises, when not actively being repaired, shall be stored in a locked secure gun safe. County Conditions: None WINNEBAGO COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING COMMITTEE Run: August 9, 2022 WNAXLP


Legal Notice: 2022-CU-6090 NOTICE OF CONDITIONAL USE On August 05, 2022, the Winnebago County Board of Adjustment APPROVED, a variance for the following: METZ FAMILY FARM, 6435 WIESNER RD S, Town of WINNECONNE, Tax Parcel No. 030-0420. Applicant is requesting a conditional use permit to operate a campground and a bed and breakfast. Town Conditions: None County Conditions: None WINNEBAGO COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING COMMITTEE Run: August 9, 2022 WNAXLP


Legal Notice: 2022-VA-6030 NOTICE OF VARIANCE DECISION On July 07, 2022, the Winnebago County Board of Adjustment APPROVED with conditions, a variance for the following: KISH, JOHN ET AL, 7704 CUTOFF LN, Town of WOLF RIVER, Tax Parcel No. 032-0546-36. Applicant is requesting a variance for a sub-standard floodplain fill requirement. Town Conditions: NONE County Conditions: 1. Retaining wall(s), meeting all county setback requirements, shall be placed to contain the proposed fill on both side lot lines. 2. The proposed project shall meet all zoning requirements with the issuance of a zoning permit. 3. All drainage and erosion control requirements shall be met with the issuance of an erosion control permit. 4. All construction shall meet the floodplain requirements stated in Chapter 26: Floodplain Zoning Code. WINNEBAGO COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Run: July 14, 2022 WNAXLP


Legal Notice: 2022-VA-6100 NOTICE OF VARIANCE DECISION On August 04, 2022, the Winnebago County Board of Adjustment APPROVED with conditions, a variance for the following: MILLER, DAVID, 7156 LABELLE SHORE RD, Town of WINNECONNE, Tax Parcel No. 030-1325. Applicant is requesting a variance for a sub standard shore yard and road setback requirement. Town Conditions: None County Conditions: All applicable sanitary, zoning, and erosion control permits shall be submited to the county before constuction begins. All construction shall meet the floodplain requirements stated in Chapter 26: Floodplain Zoning Code. Existing structure shall be removed. WINNEBAGO COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Run: August 9, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL SALE AUGUST 22, 2022 @ 9:00 AM 2751 N Packerland Drive Green Bay, WI 54303 UNIT 73 D LINDSEY WILLIAMS 207 GARFIELD STREET GREEN BAY, WI 54303 Items: WASHER, DRYER, DRESSERS, STROLLER, KIDS TOYS, MATTRESS BOX SPRING, FAN, AIRPLANE MODEL, WEED TRIMMER Run: August 5, 19, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL SALE AUGUST 22, 2022 @ 9:00 AM 2751 N Packerland Drive 12C Green Bay, WI 54303 UNIT #12C @ 2751 PACKERLAND DRIVE JAMES FISH 1616 PACKERLAND DRIVE GREEN BAY, WI 54304 STORAGE UNIT: BED FRAME, BOOT DRYER, FILING CABINET, TV, STEREO, COUCH, MISC Run: August 5, 19, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL SALE AUGUST 22, 2022 @ 9:00 AM 2751 N Packerland Drive UNIT 23B SUAMICO, WI 54173 UNIT # 23B @ 2751 PACKERLAND DRIVE GERALD VERHEYEN 1128 RIVERSIDE DRIVE SUAMICO, WI 54173 Items: DRESSER, TV STAND, BED FRAME, ROLL AWAY DESK, COOLER, BOXES FULL Run: August 5, 19, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL SALE AUGUST 22, 2022 @ 9:00 AM 2751 N Packerland Drive UNIT 65D GREEN BAY, WI 54303 UNIT # 65D @ 2751 PACKERLAND DRIVE KAYLA KRENKE 3627 CRYSTAL MIST CIRCLE GREEN BAY, WI 54313 Items: CLOTHES, PERSONAL ITEMS, PURSES, BOXES OF STUFF, PICTURES, MISC Run: August 5, 19, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL SALE AUGUST 22, 2022 AT 9:00 AM 2751 N Packerland Drive Storage 51 C Green Bay, WI 54303 UNIT #51C @ 2751 N. PACKERLAND DRIVE DAVID BRUNETTE 250 WEST PLAINE GREEN BAY, WI 54303 Items: MENS CLOTHES, MIRROR, SPEAKERS, MATTRESS, BOX SPRING, FURNITURE, MISC. Run: August 5, 19, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL SALE AUGUST 22, 2022 AT 9:00 AM 2751 N Packerland Drive Storage 93E Green Bay, WI 54303 UNIT #93 E @ 2751 N. PACKERLAND DRIVE KASEY CANTU 847 5TH STREET GREEN BAY, WI 54304 FERNANDO HERO 1176 RALEIGH STREET GREEN BAY, WI 54304 Items: WASHER, DRYER, PLAYPEN, FURNITURE, CAR SEAT, ETC Run: August 5, 19, 2022 WNAXLP


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Allen Paradies, 10x16 unit containing: furniture, boxes, ladder household items, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends August 3, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. Run Date: July 20, 2022


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Jennifer Botic,10x20 unit containing: dresser, table, household items, charcoal grill, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends August 3, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. Run Date: July 20, 2022;wnaxlp


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Lissettee Lerma, 7x8.5 unit containing: clothes, baby items, household items, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends August 3, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. Run Date: July 20, 2022


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Roger Martin, 10x20 unit containing: household items, boxes, cabinet, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends August 10, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. Run: July 27, 2022 WNAXLP


LIQUOR & FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE APPLICATIONS The following original application has been received by the City Clerk of the City of Green Bay for a license to sell intoxicating liquor and fermented malt beverages under a Class "A" Beer and "Class A" Liquor Permit: Sainaam LLC at 321 S. Washington St. The following original applications have been received by the City Clerk of the City of Green Bay for a license to sell intoxicating liquor and fermented malt beverages under an available Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor Permit: Tequilas Mexican Bar & Restaurant, LLC at 1258 Main St. 1001 Club LLC at 1001 Main St. Celestine Jeffreys Green Bay City Clerk Dated at Green Bay, Wisconsin, This 4th of August, 2022. Run: August 7, 8, 9, 2022 WNAXLP


LIQUOR & FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE APPLICATIONS The following renewal applications have been received by the City Clerk of the City of Green Bay for licenses to sell liquor and/or fermented malt beverages and/or wine under various permits for the 2022-2023 License Year: "Class A" Liquor and Class "A" Beer: ROA Enterprises, Inc. at 2278 Bay Settlement Rd "Class B" Liquor and Class "B" Beer: El Dorado, LLC at 923 W Mason St LIQUOR & FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE APPLICATIONS The following original applications have been received by the City Clerk of the City of Green Bay for licenses to sell liquor and/or fermented malt beverages and/or wine under various permits for the 2022-2023 License Year: "Class B" Liquor and Class "B" Beer: The Egg Roll Food Truck Group LLC at 114 S. Broadway DeGroot Investments LLC at 1939 Main St. OSJ LLC at 1301 S Military Ave. Class "B" Beer: Tequilas Mexican Bar & Restaurant LLC at 1258 Main St. Celestine Jeffreys Green Bay City Clerk Dated at Green Bay, Wisconsin, This 18th of July, 2022. Run: July 19, 20, 21 2022 wnaxlp


LOCATION AND HOURS OF POLLING PLACE At the Spring Primary Election to be held on August 9, 2022, in the City of Manitowoc, the following polling place locations will be used for the wards indicated: Location Wards Silver Creek Park Fieldhouse, 3001 S. 10th St. D. 1, Wards 1 & 2 Lakeshore United Methodist Church, 411 Reed Ave. D. 2, Wards 3 & 4 Public Safety Building, 911 Franklin St. D. 3, Wards 5 & 6 Manitowoc City Hall, 900 Quay St. D. 4, Wards 7 & 8 Manitowoc Public School District, 2902 Lindbergh Dr. D. 5, Wards 9 & 10 Lincoln Park, Cabin 1, 1215 N. 8th St. D. 6, Wards 11 & 12 Open Bible Baptist Church, 2021 S. 14th St. D. 7, Wards 13, 14, 23 Lincoln Park Field House, 1215 N. 8th St. D. 8, Wards 15 & 16 Manitowoc Senior Center, 3330 Custer St. D. 9, Wards 17, 18, 21 & 22 Peace United Church of Christ, 3613 Waldo Blvd. D. 10, Wards 19 & 20 Manitowoc City Hall (Central Count Location), 900 Quay St. All of the above Wards ALL POLLING PLACES WILL OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the municipal clerk. Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, 900 Quay St., Manitowoc, WI 920-686-6950; 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters. Notice of Meeting of the Local Board of Canvassers At the close of voting on Election Day, pursuant to the provisions of Wis. Stat. § 19.84, the Election Inspectors at each polling place will convene as the Local Canvassing Board for the purpose of conducting the local canvass pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 7.51. This meeting will be open to the public pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 19.81-89. Run: August 8, 2022 WNAXLP


LUXEMBURG-CASCO SCHOOL DISTRICT Human Resource Committee Meeting Wednesday, August 3, 2022 Luxemburg-Casco District Office 7:00 PM I. Call to order A. Roll Call B. Pledge of Allegiance C. Acknowledge Notification of Meeting D. Approval of Agenda II. Introduction of New Superintendent III. Update on Emeritas IV. Update on Support Staff WRS V. Personal Family Business Leave Clarification VI. Review Wage Increase Impacts VII. Update Special Education Route From Hourly to Mileage Rate Pay VIII. Review of Late Bus for the 2022-23 School Year IX. Summer Compensation Time Proposal X. Adjourn Posted Date/Location: This meeting was submitted to be published in the Green Bay Press Gazette on Tuesday, August 02, 2022. The meeting notice was distributed on Monday, August 01, 2022 for posting to: Bank of Luxemburg (home office), Luxemburg Post Office, Casco Post Office, New Franken Post Office, Nicolet Bank in Luxemburg and Fox Communities Credit Union in Luxemburg. Run: August 2, 2022 WNAXLP


LUXEMBURG-CASCO SCHOOL DISTRICT HR Committee meeting August 3, 2022 District Office Conference Room 7:00 PM I. Call to order A. Roll Call B. Pledge of Allegiance C. Acknowledge Notification of Meeting D. Approval of Agenda II. Introduction of New Superintendent III. Update on Emeritas IV. Update on Support Staff WRS V. Personal Family Business Leave Clarification VI. Review Wage Increase Impacts VII. Update Special Education Route From Hourly to Mileage Rate Pay VIII. Review of Late Bus for the 2022-23 School Year RUN: 8/2/22 WNAXLP


LUXEMBURG-CASCO SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice of Quorum August 8, 2022 High School Heritage (Multipurpose) Room 5:00 PM The Board of Education of the Luxemburg-Casco School District will be having a retreat for members of the Board and the Administrative Team in the High School Heritage (Multipurpose) Room starting at 5:00 p.m. The purpose is to develop and strengthen collaboration and communication among the District's leadership team. A quorum of the Board of Education will attend. No formal board action will occur during the retreat. Run: August 2, 2022; wnaxlp


LUXEMBURG-CASCO SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING Wednesday, July 20, 2022 High School Multipurpose Room 7:00 PM I. Call to Order A. Roll Call B. Pledge of Allegiance C. Acknowledge notification of meeting D. Approval of agenda E. Report next meeting dates II. Open Forum III. Board/Administration Opening Comments IV. Clerk/Treasurer Reports A. Clerk's Report - Approval of Minutes 1. June 15, 2022 - Regular Board Meeting 2. June 15, 2022 - Regular Board Meeting Closed Session B. Treasurer's Report 1. Approval of Financial Statements for June 2. Approval of Monthly Bills and Receipts for June V. Discussion Items A. Chris Rasmussen, Viznace (Insurance) B. Brighter Smiles Year end report C. Website update D. TS Camp E. Seclusion & restraint Report VI. Administrative Reports VII. Board Reports/Action A. Business and Finance Consideration of: 1. Approval, pursuant to section 120.12(13)(b) of the state statutes, of the list and description of student academic standards that shall be in effect for the 2022-2023 school year, as said list has been presented in written form in the Board's packet of supplemental materials for this meeting: with said academic standards representing the Board-adopted standards that are required under section 118.30(1g)(a) of the state statutes as well as the Board-approved standards in the additional specified academic content areas. 2. Approval for 2022-2023 Lunch and Milk Pricing 3. Revision to 2022-2023 Student Handbooks 4. Revision to 2022-2023 Student Codes of Conduct 5. Start College Now Applications 6. Approval for 2022-2023 Northeast Wisconsin Youth Apprenticeship (NEWYA) Service Agreement 7. Approval for 2022-2023 Northeast WI Technical College K-12 Partnership 38.14 Contract for the diesel and automotive programs 8. Approval of Bulk Fuel Bids for the 2022-23 school year 9. Approval of Milk Bids for the 2022-23 school year B. Personnel 1. Consideration of Employment a. Jennifer Beno - 5th Grade Teacher - Intermediate School b. Tyler Thrune - Head Girls Golf Coach c. Chas Treml - Assistant Girls Golf Coach d. Pamela Walter-Naze - Bookkeeper/Admin Assistant - High School 2. Consideration of Resignations/Retirements a. Amanda Runge - Paraprofessional - Intermediate School b. Mary Ouradnik - Bus Driver c. Kelly Hunsader - Bookkeeper/Admin Assistant - High School d. Cody Willems - Girls Basketball Coach - Middle School 3. Consideration to approve credit reimbursement a. Todd Chandler VIII. CONSIDER A MOTION TO ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION The Board will consider a motion to move to closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(1) (c) Wisconsin Statutes, considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility To wit: reduction of a support staff position IX. Reconvene to Open Session X. Board Reports/Action A. Take any action the board deems necessary following and/or related to Closed Session XI. Read Forward any Board Action XII. Adjourn This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business and is not considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. Any person wishing to attend who requires special accommodation because of a disability should contact the Administration Office at 920-845-2391 by 4:00 p.m. at least two business days prior to the meeting so that arrangements can be made. This meeting was submitted to be published in the Green Bay Press Gazette on Saturday, July 16 , 2022. The meeting notice was distributed on Friday, July 15, 2022 for posting to: Bank of Luxemburg (home office), Luxemburg Post Office, Casco Post Office, New Franken Post Office, Nicolet Bank in Luxemburg and Fox Communities Credit Union in Luxemburg. Run: July 17, 2022 WNAXLP


MANITOWOC COUNTY PLANNING AND PARK COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Manitowoc County Planning and Park Commission will hold a public hearing at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, July 25, 2022 at the Manitowoc County Office Complex, 4319 Expo Drive, Manitowoc, Wisconsin on the following matters: Edwin Reif has petitioned for a zoning district map amendment for approximately 2.10 acres of land located in the NW1/4, NW1/4, Section 21, T20N-R23E, Town of Kossuth, from NA, Natural Area to SE, Small Estate. A map of the property affected by the amendment may be obtained from the Planning and Park Commission. Allen A and Jeanette Miller Revocable Living Trust have petitioned for a zoning district map amendment for approximately 6.45 acres of land located in the SW1/4, SW1/4, Section 9, T17N-R21E, Town of Schleswig, from GA, General Agriculture to LE, Large Estate. A map of the property affected by the amendment may be obtained from the Planning and Park Commission. Rieck and Sandra Beiersdorf have petitioned for a zoning district map amendment for approximately 1.16 acres of land located in the SE1/4, SW1/4, Section 13, T17N-R22E, Town of Meeme, from EA, Exclusive Agriculture to RR, Rural Residential. A map of the property affected by the amendment may be obtained from the Planning and Park Commission. All interested persons are invited to attend and be heard. Applications and supporting materials are available for review in the office of the Manitowoc County Planning and Zoning Department, 4319 Expo Drive, Manitowoc, WI. For further information, call (920) 683 4185. James Falkowski, Vice Chair Run: July 15, 18, 2022 WNAXLP


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Manitowoc, Estate Sale, 2040 Andrea Lane, Thur: 9-4, Fri: 9-4, Sat: 9-4, Sun: 9-4, Crocks, vintage canning jars, furniture, colored glass and more,

   
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Manitowoc: From Attic to Awesome Furniture & Decor 9th Annual Sale Aug. 11, 3-7; Aug. 12, 9-4; Aug. 13, 9-12 This is your chance to acquire a one of a kind piece of furniture or art. We have a wide variety of eclectic & fun pieces brought to life & saved from being thrown out or abandoned! We transform ordinary or seemingly hopeless items into stunning, functional pieces such as: accent tables & chairs, wall art, barnwood art & signs, garden art, rustic & seasonal decor, night stands and benches, & much more! This is NOT a Rummage Sale, but a wonderful collection of hand painted & other techniques to re-design fabulous treasures. 2207 RICHMOND AVENUE

   

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MEETING NOTICE BOARD OF EDUCATION GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN The following meetings of the Board of Education, Green Bay Area Public School District, Green Bay, Wisconsin, will be held via zoom and the meeting will be live-stream broadcasted on the Green Bay Area Public School District YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrBxEp_9xzauvGyUydBvV9g. The Agenda will be available on the District's Website www.gbaps.org on the Friday preceding the meeting. The Agenda is incorporated by reference as part of this Notice. SPECIAL BOARD MEETING Monday ,August 1, 2022 Open Session - 12:00 p.m. For the purpose of discussion and taking action as deemed necessary on: Employment of Staff Transfer of Staff Resignation of Staff Retirement of Staff Andrew Becker, School District Clerk July 27, 2022 Run: July 31, 2022 WNAXLP


MEETING NOTICE BOARD OF EDUCATION GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN The Board of Education will be meeting in the Green Bay Area Public School District Office Building located at 200 S. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54303. The meeting will take place in room #331 which is located on the 3rd floor. Some individuals will be joining via zoom and the meeting will be live-stream broadcasted on the Green Bay Area Public School District YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrBxEp_9xzauvGyUydBvV9g. This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business and is not to be considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. Members of the public wishing to address the Board may speak during the public forum or provide written comments in accordance with the procedures posted on the District's website (https://gbaps.org/our_district/board_of_education/board_meeting_protocol) and state law. Due to Wisconsin Open Meetings Laws the Board may not be able to address comments made during public input. When appropriate, the Board may request the administration to reach out to a citizen regarding a concern they may have. Any special needs or any requests for accommodations related to accessing the meeting should be sent to kllehr@gbaps.org at least 24-hours in advance of the meeting. This would include any person for whom it would be burdensome or infeasible to use the primary method(s) of remote access established by the District. The Agenda will be available on the District's Web Site www.gbaps.org on the Friday preceding the meeting, the Agenda is incorporated by reference as part of this Notice. REGULAR BOARD MEETING Monday July 25, 2022 Open Session - 6:00 p.m. The Board will convene in Open Session at 6:00 p.m. to consider the agenda which will include an Open Forum, Consent Agenda, and multiple action items including: Posting of Standards, Initial Resolution Authorizing General Obligation Bonds in an Amount Not to Exceed $92,605,000, Resolution Providing for a Referendum Election on the Question of the Approval of an Initial Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of General Obligation Bonds in an Amount Not to Exceed $92,605,000, COVID Protocols, Independent Hearing Officer Resolution for Expulsions, and revisions to Board of Education Policy Rule 422.1. Andrew Becker, School District Clerk July 20 , 2022 Run: July 24, 2022 WNAXLP


MEETING NOTICE BOARD OF EDUCATION GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN The Board of Education will be meeting in the Green Bay Area Public School District Office Building located at 200 S. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54303. The open session meeting will take place in room #331, the closed session portion in room #337, both of which are located on the 3rd floor. Some individuals will be joining via zoom and the meeting will be live-stream broadcasted on the Green Bay Area Public School District YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrBxEp_9xzauvGyUydBvV9g. This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business and is not to be considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. Members of the public wishing to address the Board may speak during the public forum or provide written comments in accordance with the procedures posted on the District's website (https://gbaps.org/our_district/board_of_education/board_meeting_protocol) and state law. Due to Wisconsin Open Meetings Laws the Board may not be able to address comments made during public input. When appropriate, the Board may request the administration to reach out to a citizen regarding a concern they may have. Any special needs or any requests for accommodations related to accessing the meeting should be sent to kllehr@gbaps.org at least 24-hours in advance of the meeting. This would include any person for whom it would be burdensome or infeasible to use the primary method(s) of remote access established by the District. The Agenda will be available on the District's Web Site www.gbaps.org on the Friday preceding the meeting, the Agenda is incorporated by reference as part of this Notice. SPECIAL BOARD MEETING Monday, August 8, 2022 Closed Session - 4:30 p.m. Open Session - 5:00 p.m. For the purpose of discussion and potential action as deemed necessary on: Employment/Transfer/Resignation/ Retirement/ Termination of Staff The meeting will convene in Open Session at 4:30 p.m. with a motion to go into Closed Session in room #337 pursuant to Wis. Stat. 19.85(1)(c) to consider employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over whom the board has jurisdiction and Wis. Stat. 19.85(1)(f), to consider financial, medical, social, or personal histories which, if discussed in public, would be likely to have a substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of persons referred to, specifically to discuss the employment status of an employee. The Board will reconvene in Open Session at 5:00 p.m. in room #331 pursuant to Section 19.85(2), Wisconsin Statute to consider the balance of the agenda which will include: Employment/Transfer/ Resignation/Retirement/Termination. The Board may reconvene in Closed Session after the conclusion of the Board Work session for such reasons noted in this posting and pursuant to a proper motion. The Board may return to open session to vote on items discussed in Closed Session. WORKSESSION Monday, August 8, 2022 Open Session - Immediately Following Special Board Meeting The Board will convene in Open Session immediately following the Special Board Meeting to consider the agenda which will include an Open Forum, Assessment Task Force, Selection of Providers for Community-Based After School Programs, Consideration of Revisions to the District Organization Chart and Applicable Job Descriptions, Discussion of School Start Times Task Force Recommendations from August 2021, Review of GBAPSD School Safety & Security Plans, Review of Meal Price Recommendations for 2022-2023 School Year, Semi-Annual Finance Report/Budget Transfers, and DPI School Identification Number for GBAPS Secure Detention Students. For a full list of all items please reference the meeting agenda. /s/Andrew Becker Andrew Becker, School District Clerk August 3, 2022 Run: August 7, 2022 WNAXLP


MEETING NOTICE CITY OF NEENAH JOINT REVIEW BOARD The City of Neenah Joint Review Board will meet Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. in the Third Floor Conference Room of the City Administration Building, 211 Walnut St., Neenah, Wisconsin. The meeting will be held to discuss the proposed Project Plan for Tax Increment District #12. The proposed costs of the District will include additional investment to support development activities including infrastructure installation, pedestrian improvement and site preparation and may include cash grants to owners, lessees or developers for such purposes. Copies of the proposed Project Plan are available in the office of the City of Neenah Department of Community Development, City Administration Building, 211 Walnut Street, Neenah, Wisconsin, 54956, Phone (920) 886-6125. Charlotte Nagel City Clerk Neenah, Wisconsin Run: Aug 2, 2022 WNAXLP


MEETING OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MANITOWOC COUNTY, WISCONSIN Tuesday, June 21, 2022 6:00 P.M. Pursuant to Wis. Stats. 59.04, the County Board of Supervisors of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin convened in open session at the Heritage Building, in the City of Manitowoc, being the 21st day of June 2022, for the purpose of transacting business as a Board of Supervisors. Chairperson Martell called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. Supervisor Klein gave the invocation, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag by the entire assemblage. Roll call: 23 members present: Brey, Engelbrecht, Falkowski, Gerroll, Hacker, Hansen, Heller, Jadowski, Klein, Linsmeier, Maresh, Martell, Metzger, Muench, Naidl, Neils, Phipps, Shimulunas, Sitkiewitz, Vogt, Wagner, Weiss, and Zimmer. Supervisors Baumann and Behnke were excused. On a motion by Supervisor Vogt, seconded by Supervisor Engelbrecht, the May 17, 2022 meeting minutes were approved on a unanimous vote. REPORTS OF COUNTY SUPERVISORS, OFFICERS, AND DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS Public Works Director Gerry Neuser presented an Expo Overview and 2021 Results of Operation Report. Expo Facility Manager Jennell Shelton provided highlights and sponsorships of the upcoming Manitowoc County Fair, which will take place August 24-28, 2022 with the theme "Summer Nights and Carnival Lights". Tess Salm, Manitowoc County 2022 Fairest of the Fair provided information about a few events that will be at the fair this year. PUBLIC INPUT OPPORTUNITY FOR CITIZENS TO PRESENT THEIR VIEWS Chairperson Martell declared public comment open at 6:20 p.m. Maura Jost, Town of Centerville, advocated for half cent sales tax. No one else present wished to speak, subsequently Chairperson Martell closed public input at 6:24 p.m. APPOINTMENTS BY COUNTY EXECUTIVE Chairperson Martell presented County Executive Ziegelbauer's appointment of David Wetenkamp as Soil and Water Conservation Director. Supervisor Maresh moved, seconded by Supervisor Muench to approve the appointment. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Chairperson Martell presented County Executive Ziegelbauer's appointment of Kenneth Schuler to the Board of Adjustment for a three year term expiring July 2025. Supervisor Neils moved, seconded by Supervisor Hansen to approve the appointment. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Chairperson Martell presented County Executive Ziegelbauer's appointments of David Funkhouser and Brian Kohlmeier to the Joint Dispatch Board for a two year term expiring June 2024. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Phipps to approve the appointments. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Chairperson Martell presented County Executive Ziegelbauer's appointments of Jamie Zastrow, Alternate) Elizabeth Runge, and Alternate) Adam Tegen to the Northeast Wisconsin Regional Economic Partnership for a one year term expiring July 2023. Supervisor Vogt moved, seconded by Supervisor Heller to approve the appointments. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Chairperson Martell presented County Executive Ziegelbauer's appointment of David Korinek to the Planning and Park Commission for a seven year term expiring July 2029. Supervisor Zimmer moved, seconded by Supervisor Muench to approve the appointment. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. COMMITTEE REPORTS ON MEETINGS, PETITIONS, RESOLUTIONS, ORDINANCES Planning & Park Commission: Supervisor Falkowski gave a brief report. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Zimmer to enact Ordinance 2022/2023-10 Amending Zoning Map (Larry Krueger). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Engelbrecht to enact Ordinance 2022/202311 Amending Zoning Map (McHugh Bros. Holding LLC). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Aging and Disability Board: Supervisor Wagner gave a brief report. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council: Supervisor Falkowski gave a brief report. Expo-Ice Center Board: Supervisor Sitkiewitz gave a brief report. Finance Committee: Supervisor Hansen gave a brief report. Supervisor Hansen moved, seconded by Supervisor Brey to adopt Resolution 2022/2023-12 Denying Claim (State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company/Laurie Titus). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Highway Committee: Supervisor Gerroll gave a brief report. Human Service Board: Supervisor Brey gave a brief report. Land Conservation Committee/UW-Extension Education and Agriculture Committee: Supervisor Wagner gave a brief report. Personnel Committee: Supervisor Maresh gave a brief report. Supervisor Maresh moved, seconded by Supervisor Hansen to enact Ordinance 2022/2023-13 Amending Manitowoc County Code § 5.06 (Elected Official Compensation). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Maresh moved, seconded by Supervisor Linsmeier to approve Resolution 2022/202314 Amending Employee Policy Manual §§ 4.08, 8.01, 12.05, 14.09, 18.02, and 18.06 (Criminal Background Investigations, Policy on Harassment in the Work Place, Leaves of Absence, Employment Discrimination or Service Delivery Grievances, Overtime, Field Training Officer Premium). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Public Safety Commission: Supervisor Falkowski gave a brief report. Public Works Committee: Supervisor Gerroll gave a brief report. Miscellaneous - Supervisor Ryan Phipps: Supervisor Phipps moved, seconded by Supervisor Zimmer to adopt Resolution 2022/2023-15 Approving Town of Newton Zoning Ordinance Amendment (Richard and Joan Waak). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT Supervisor Heller moved to adjourn, seconded by Supervisor Maresh, and the motion was adopted by acclamation. The meeting adjourned at 7:00 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jessica Backus, Manitowoc County Clerk ** The County Board Meeting is available for viewing at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xn_2UGCmR0 Run: July 24, 2022 WNAXLP


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MID-STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD MEETING MINUTES Wisconsin Rapids Campus June 20, 2022 A. CALL TO ORDER Kristin Crass The meeting was called to order at 5:19 p.m. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Betty Bruski Mallek, Kristin Crass, Richard Merdan, Lynneia Miller, Charles Spargo, Are Vang (via phone), and Dr. Shelly Mondeik EXCUSED: Craig Gerlach and Gordon Schalow OTHERS: Greg Bruckbauer, Dr. Karen Brzezinski, Dr. Bobbi Damrow, Dr. Beth Ellie, Jackie Esselman, Dr. Mandy Lang, John Mehan, Brad Russell, Dr. Deb Stencil, Angie Susa, and Mike Vilcinskas B. OPEN MEETING CERTIFICATION Kristin Crass The meeting notice was verified; stating that this meeting of the Mid-State Technical College District Board was announced to the public in an attempt to keep the citizens of the district aware of the date, time and place of the meeting. C. OPEN FORUM Kristin Crass The meeting was opened for comments from the audience. No one wished to address the Board. D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Motion by Ms. Bruski Mallek, seconded by Mr. Merdan, upon a voice vote, unanimously approved minutes from the board meeting held May 16, 2022 as presented. E. CONSENT AGENDA Motion by Mr. Spargo, seconded by Mr. Merdan, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved the following consent agenda items: 1. The district's bills for the month of May 2022 were presented in Exhibit B. These bills totaled $865,790.44 of which $498,454.72 represents operational expenditures and $367,335.72 represents capital expenditures. The district's payroll for the month of May totaled $1,546,744.46 plus $10,644.10 for travel and miscellaneous reimbursements and $634,377.18 in fringe benefits. The district's bills and payroll totaled $3,057,556.18. 2. Entered into the following contracted service agreements: Agreement # Contracted Service:Amount 146795 Proactive Situational Awareness & De-Escalation Training $ 6,595.00 146796 Overview of QuickBooks (Online/Cloud Based) $ 390.00 146797 Automotive Air Conditioning $ 850.00 146798 DEI Training Respecting Personal Pronouns $ 2,490.00 146799 Equipment Install, Conveyors, Sheet Metal Fab $ 10,922.00 146800 Metallurgy $ 1,517.00 146801 Mechanical Power Transmissions $ 5,461.00 146802 Green Awareness $ 5,461.00 146803 Lifting and Rigging $ 2,124.00 146804 Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Vacuum Systems $ 5,461.00 146805 Standard Timing Model Assessments $ 2,995.00 3. Approved the following procurement(s) for goods and services: Amount Company College Division/Dept. No procurements required Board action. F. CHAIRPERSON'S REPORT Kristin Crass 1. Board members were welcomed to the meeting. Mr. Schalow asked to be excused. Ms. Vang joined the meeting by phone. 2. The Summer Boards Association meeting will be held July 21-23 in Wausau. Please connect with Ms. Susa if you would like to attend. 3. ACCT Leadership Congress will be held October 26-29 in New York. Ms. Bruski Mallek, Mr. Merdan and Ms. Miller plan to attend. 4. The July 11 meeting is the annual organizational meeting. Officers will be elected and committee assignments will be made. Following discussion, the Board determined a start time of 3:30 p.m. in July. 5. Future meeting dates (times unless otherwise announced: MONTHLY MEETING Monday, July 11, 2022 Wisconsin Rapids Campus Committee-of-the-Whole: Following Committee meetings Board Meeting: Following Committee-of-the-Whole G. PRESIDENT'S REPORT Dr. Shelly Mondeik 1. Dr. Mondeik recognized retiree Pam Mallek as a long serving employee of Mid-State Technical College. 2. Dr. Mondeik highlighted recent campus activities including staff one-on-one's, retiree celebration, K-12 administrators breakfast, 30 year Lakeland partnership celebration, Point Pride Fest and the Foundation golf event. Robert Beaver will be honored on June 24 with the naming of Mid-State's Adams Campus Robert Beaver Community Engagement Room. 3. Mid-State has partnered in the community and continues to meet with potential partners for the AMETA project. Final approval will be considered by the WTCS Board at the July 12-13 meeting. 4. During the last WTCS Board meeting, Mid-State's Adams Campus received single site designation approval. 5. An overview of the Presidents Association annual planning meeting was provided. Dr. Mondeik will continue to serve as the Liaison for Instructional Services Administrators (ISA). H. COMMITTEE REPORTS 1. FINANCE & INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE Charles Spargo a. TREASURER'S REPORT: No questions or concerns resulted from review of the Treasurer's Report. b. RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING PARAMETERS FOR THE SALE OF NOT TO EXCEED $6,000,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION PROMISSORY NOTES; SERIES 2022B: Robert W. Baird Representative John Mehan presented a negotiated offer for the award and sale of tax supported notes. Mid-State remains at a Aa1 Moody's Rating. The long term financing plan was reviewed. The Finance & Infrastructure Committee reviewed details of the request for approval. Motion by Mr. Spargo, seconded by Ms. Bruski Mallek, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved the following Resolution Establishing Parameters For The Sale Of Not To Exceed $6,000,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes; Series 2022B: WHEREAS, on May 16, 2022, the District Board of the Mid-State Technical College District, Adams, Clark, Jackson, Juneau, Marathon, Portage, Waushara and Wood Counties, Wisconsin (the "District") adopted a resolution (the "Authorizing Resolution") which authorized the issuance of general obligation promissory notes (the "Notes") in the amount of $4,881,584 for the public purpose of paying the cost of acquiring movable equipment; in the amount of $535,916 for the public purpose of paying the cost of building remodeling and improvement projects; in the amount of $500,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of construction of a new building at the Stevens Point Campus; and in the amount of $82,500 for the public purpose of paying the cost of site improvements (collectively, the "Project"); WHEREAS, the District caused Notices to Electors to be published in the Stevens Point Journal on May 19, 2022 giving notice of adoption of the Authorizing Resolution, identifying where and when the Authorizing Resolution could be inspected, and advising electors of their right to petition for a referendum on the question of the issuance of the Notes to finance building remodeling and improvement projects and acquiring movable equipment; WHEREAS, no petition for referendum has been filed with the District and the time to file such a petition expires on June 21, 2022; WHEREAS, it is the finding of the District Board that it is necessary, desirable and in the best interest of the District to sell the Notes to Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated (the "Purchaser"); WHEREAS, the Purchaser intends to submit a bond purchase proposal to the District (the "Proposal") offering to purchase the Notes in accordance with the terms and conditions to be set forth in the Proposal; and WHEREAS, in order to facilitate the sale of the Notes to the Purchaser in a timely manner, the District Board hereby finds and determines that it is necessary, desirable and in the best interest of the District to delegate to the Vice President of Finance and Facilities (the "Authorized Officer") of the District the authority to accept the Proposal on behalf of the District so long as the Proposal meets the terms and conditions set forth in this Resolution by executing a certificate in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by reference (the "Approving Certificate"). NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the District Board of the District that: Section 1. Sale of the Notes; Parameters. For the purpose of paying the cost of the Project, there shall be borrowed pursuant to Section 67.12(12), Wisconsin Statutes, the principal sum of not to exceed SIX MILLION DOLLARS ($6,000,000) from the Purchaser upon the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in this Resolution. Subject to satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section 16 of this Resolution, the Chairperson and Secretary are hereby authorized, empowered and directed to make, execute, issue and sell to the Purchaser for, on behalf of and in the name of the District, the Notes aggregating the principal amount of not to exceed SIX MILLION DOLLARS ($6,000,000). The purchase price to be paid to the District for the Notes shall not be less than 98.00% of the principal amount of the Notes and the difference between the initial public offering price of the Notes provided by the Purchaser and the purchase price to be paid to the District by the Purchaser shall not exceed 2.00% of the principal amount of the Notes, with an amount not to exceed 1.00% of the principal amount of the Notes representing the Purchaser's compensation and an amount not to exceed 1.00% of the principal amount of the Notes representing costs of issuance, including bond insurance premium, if any, payable by the Purchaser or the District. Section 2. Terms of the Notes. The Notes shall be designated "General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2022B"; shall be issued in the aggregate principal amount of up to $6,000,000; shall be dated as of their date of issuance; shall be in the denomination of $5,000 or any integral multiple thereof; shall be numbered R-1 and upward; and shall mature or be subject to mandatory redemption on the dates and in the principal amounts set forth below, provided that the principal amount of each maturity or mandatory redemption amount may be increased or decreased by up to $500,000 per maturity or mandatory redemption amount; that a maturity or mandatory redemption payment may be eliminated if the amount of such maturity or mandatory redemption payment set forth in the schedule below is less than or equal to $500,000; and that the aggregate principal amount of the Notes shall not exceed $6,000,000. The schedule below assumes the Notes are issued in the aggregate principal amount of $6,000,000. Date Principal Amount March 1, 2023 $735,000 March 1, 2024 495,000 March 1, 2025 515,000 March 1, 2026 540,000 March 1, 2027 560,000 March 1, 2028 580,000 March 1, 2029 605,000 March 1, 2030 630,000 March 1, 2031 655,000 March 1, 2032 685,000 Interest shall be payable semi-annually on March 1 and September 1 of each year commencing on March 1, 2023. The true interest cost on the Notes (computed taking the Purchaser's compensation into account) will not exceed 4.50%. Interest shall be computed upon the basis of a 360-day year of twelve 30-day months and will be rounded pursuant to the rules of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board. Section 3. Redemption Provisions. The Notes shall not be subject to optional redemption or shall be callable as set forth on the Approving Certificate. If the Proposal specifies that certain of the Notes are subject to mandatory redemption, the terms of such mandatory redemption shall be set forth on an attachment to the Approving Certificate labeled as Schedule MRP. Upon the optional redemption of any of the Notes subject to mandatory redemption, the principal amount of such Notes so redeemed shall be credited against the mandatory redemption payments established in the Approving Certificate in such manner as the District shall direct. Section 4. Form of the Notes. The Notes shall be issued in registered form and shall be executed and delivered in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit B and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 5. Tax Provisions. (A) Direct Annual Irrepealable Tax Levy. For the purpose of paying the principal of and interest on the Notes as the same becomes due, the full faith, credit and resources of the District are hereby irrevocably pledged, and there is hereby levied upon all of the taxable property of the District a direct annual irrepealable tax in the years 2022 through 2031 for the payments due in the years 2023 through 2032 in such amounts as are sufficient to meet the principal and interest payments when due. (B) Tax Collection. So long as any part of the principal of or interest on the Notes remains unpaid, the District shall be and continue without power to repeal such levy or obstruct the collection of said tax until all such payments have been made or provided for. After the issuance of the Notes, said tax shall be, from year to year, carried onto the tax roll of the District and collected in addition to all other taxes and in the same manner and at the same time as other taxes of the District for said years are collected, except that the amount of tax carried onto the tax roll may be reduced in any year by the amount of any surplus money in the Debt Service Fund Account created below. (C) Additional Funds. If at any time there shall be on hand insufficient funds from the aforesaid tax levy to meet principal and/or interest payments on said Notes when due, the requisite amounts shall be paid from other funds of the District then available, which sums shall be replaced upon the collection of the taxes herein levied. Section 6. Segregated Debt Service Fund Account. (A) Creation and Deposits. There shall be and there hereby is established in the treasury of the District, if one has not already been created, a debt service fund, separate and distinct from every other fund, which shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Debt service or sinking funds established for obligations previously issued by the District may be considered as separate and distinct accounts within the debt service fund. Within the debt service fund, there hereby is established a separate and distinct account designated as the "Debt Service Fund Account for General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2022B" (the "Debt Service Fund Account") and such account shall be maintained until the indebtedness evidenced by the Notes is fully paid or otherwise extinguished. There shall be deposited into the Debt Service Fund Account (i) all accrued interest received by the District at the time of delivery of and payment for the Notes; (ii) any premium which may be received by the District above the par value of the Notes and accrued interest thereon; (iii) all money raised by the taxes herein levied and any amounts appropriated for the specific purpose of meeting principal of and interest on the Notes when due; (iv) such other sums as may be necessary at any time to pay principal of and interest on the Notes when due; (v) surplus monies in the Borrowed Money Fund as specified below; and (vi) such further deposits as may be required by Section 67.11, Wisconsin Statutes. (B) Use and Investment. No money shall be withdrawn from the Debt Service Fund Account and appropriated for any purpose other than the payment of principal of and interest on the Notes until all such principal and interest has been paid in full and the Notes canceled; provided (i) the funds to provide for each payment of principal of and interest on the Notes prior to the scheduled receipt of taxes from the next succeeding tax collection may be invested in direct obligations of the United States of America maturing in time to make such payments when they are due or in other investments permitted by law; and (ii) any funds over and above the amount of such principal and interest payments on the Notes may be used to reduce the next succeeding tax levy, or may, at the option of the District, be invested by purchasing the Notes as permitted by and subject to Section 67.11(2)(a), Wisconsin Statutes, or in permitted municipal investments under the pertinent provisions of the Wisconsin Statutes ("Permitted Investments"), which investments shall continue to be a part of the Debt Service Fund Account. Any investment of the Debt Service Fund Account shall at all times conform with the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code") and any applicable Treasury Regulations (the "Regulations"). (C) Remaining Monies. When all of the Notes have been paid in full and canceled, and all Permitted Investments disposed of, any money remaining in the Debt Service Fund Account shall be transferred and deposited in the general fund of the District, unless the District Board directs otherwise. Section 7. Proceeds of the Notes; Segregated Borrowed Money Fund. The proceeds of the Notes (the "Note Proceeds") (other than any premium and accrued interest which must be paid at the time of the delivery of the Notes into the Debt Service Fund Account created above) shall be deposited into a special fund (the "Borrowed Money Fund") separate and distinct from all other funds of the District and disbursed solely for the purpose or purposes for which borrowed. Monies in the Borrowed Money Fund may be temporarily invested in Permitted Investments. Any monies, including any income from Permitted Investments, remaining in the Borrowed Money Fund after the purpose or purposes for which the Notes have been issued have been accomplished, and, at any time, any monies as are not needed and which obviously thereafter cannot be needed for such purpose(s) shall be deposited in the Debt Service Fund Account. Section 8. No Arbitrage. All investments made pursuant to this Resolution shall be Permitted Investments, but no such investment shall be made in such a manner as would cause the Notes to be "arbitrage bonds" within the meaning of Section 148 of the Code or the Regulations and an officer of the District, charged with the responsibility for issuing the Notes, shall certify as to facts, estimates, circumstances and reasonable expectations in existence on the date of delivery of the Notes to the Purchaser which will permit the conclusion that the Notes are not "arbitrage bonds," within the meaning of the Code or Regulations. Section 9. Compliance with Federal Tax Laws. (a) The District represents and covenants that the projects financed by the Notes and the ownership, management and use of the projects will not cause the Notes to be "private activity bonds" within the meaning of Section 141 of the Code. The District further covenants that it shall comply with the provisions of the Code to the extent necessary to maintain the tax-exempt status of the interest on the Notes including, if applicable, the rebate requirements of Section 148(f) of the Code. The District further covenants that it will not take any action, omit to take any action or permit the taking or omission of any action within its control (including, without limitation, making or permitting any use of the proceeds of the Notes) if taking, permitting or omitting to take such action would cause any of the Notes to be an arbitrage bond or a private activity bond within the meaning of the Code or would otherwise cause interest on the Notes to be included in the gross income of the recipients thereof for federal income tax purposes. The Secretary or other officer of the District charged with the responsibility of issuing the Notes shall provide an appropriate certificate of the District certifying that the District can and covenanting that it will comply with the provisions of the Code and Regulations. (b) The District also covenants to use its best efforts to meet the requirements and restrictions of any different or additional federal legislation which may be made applicable to the Notes provided that in meeting such requirements the District will do so only to the extent consistent with the proceedings authorizing the Notes and the laws of the State of Wisconsin and to the extent that there is a reasonable period of time in which to comply. Section 10. Designation as Qualified Tax-Exempt Obligations. The Notes are hereby designated as "qualified tax-exempt obligations" for purposes of Section 265 of the Code, relating to the ability of financial institutions to deduct from income for federal income tax purposes, interest expense that is allocable to carrying and acquiring tax-exempt obligations. Section 11. Execution of the Notes; Closing; Professional Services. The Notes shall be issued in printed form, executed on behalf of the District by the manual or facsimile signatures of the Chairperson and Secretary, authenticated, if required, by the Fiscal Agent (defined below), sealed with its official or corporate seal, if any, or a facsimile thereof, and delivered to the Purchaser upon payment to the District of the purchase price thereof, plus accrued interest to the date of delivery (the "Closing"). The facsimile signature of either of the officers executing the Notes may be imprinted on the Notes in lieu of the manual signature of the officer but, unless the District has contracted with a fiscal agent to authenticate the Notes, at least one of the signatures appearing on each Note shall be a manual signature. In the event that either of the officers whose signatures appear on the Notes shall cease to be such officers before the Closing, such signatures shall, nevertheless, be valid and sufficient for all purposes to the same extent as if they had remained in office until the Closing. The aforesaid officers are hereby authorized and directed to do all acts and execute and deliver the Notes and all such documents, certificates and acknowledgements as may be necessary and convenient to effectuate the Closing. The District hereby authorizes the officers and agents of the District to enter into, on its behalf, agreements and contracts in conjunction with the Notes, including but not limited to agreements and contracts for legal, trust, fiscal agency, disclosure and continuing disclosure, and rebate calculation services. Any such contract heretofore entered into in conjunction with the issuance of the Notes is hereby ratified and approved in all respects. Section 12. Payment of the Notes; Fiscal Agent. The principal of and interest on the Notes shall be paid by Associated Trust Company, National Association, Green Bay, Wisconsin, which is hereby appointed as the District's registrar and fiscal agent pursuant to the provisions of Section 67.10(2), Wisconsin Statutes (the "Fiscal Agent"). The District hereby authorizes the Chairperson and Secretary or other appropriate officers of the District to enter into a Fiscal Agency Agreement between the District and the Fiscal Agent. Such contract may provide, among other things, for the performance by the Fiscal Agent of the functions listed in Wis. Stats. Sec. 67.10(2)(a) to (j), where applicable, with respect to the Notes. Section 13. Persons Treated as Owners; Transfer of Notes. The District shall cause books for the registration and for the transfer of the Notes to be kept by the Fiscal Agent. The person in whose name any Note shall be registered shall be deemed and regarded as the absolute owner thereof for all purposes and payment of either principal or interest on any Note shall be made only to the registered owner thereof. All such payments shall be valid and effectual to satisfy and discharge the liability upon such Note to the extent of the sum or sums so paid. Any Note may be transferred by the registered owner thereof by surrender of the Note at the office of the Fiscal Agent, duly endorsed for the transfer or accompanied by an assignment duly executed by the registered owner or his attorney duly authorized in writing. Upon such transfer, the Chairperson and Secretary shall execute and deliver in the name of the transferee or transferees a new Note or Notes of a like aggregate principal amount, series and maturity and the Fiscal Agent shall record the name of each transferee in the registration book. No registration shall be made to bearer. The Fiscal Agent shall cancel any Note surrendered for transfer. The District shall cooperate in any such transfer, and the Chairperson and Secretary are authorized to execute any new Note or Notes necessary to effect any such transfer. Section 14. Record Date. The 15th day of the calendar month next preceding each interest payment date shall be the record date for the Notes (the "Record Date"). Payment of interest on the Notes on any interest payment date shall be made to the registered owners of the Notes as they appear on the registration book of the District at the close of business on the Record Date. Section 15. Utilization of The Depository Trust Company Book-Entry-Only System. In order to make the Notes eligible for the services provided by The Depository Trust Company, New York, New York ("DTC"), the District agrees to the applicable provisions set forth in the Blanket Issuer Letter of Representations, which the Secretary or other authorized representative of the District is authorized and directed to execute and deliver to DTC on behalf of the District to the extent an effective Blanket Issuer Letter of Representations is not presently on file in the Secretary's office. Section 16. Conditions on Issuance and Sale of the Notes. The issuance of the Notes and the sale of the Notes to the Purchaser are subject to satisfaction of the following conditions: (a) Expiration of the petition period provided for under Section 67.12(12)(e)5, Wis. Stats., without the filing of a sufficient petition for a referendum with respect to the Authorizing Resolution for the issuance of Notes to finance building remodeling and improvement projects or to finance the acquisition of movable equipment; (b) Approval of the Wisconsin Technical College System Board (the "State Board") is obtained with respect to the construction of a new building at the Stevens Point Campus for which such approval is required; and (c) Approval by the Authorized Officer of the principal amount, definitive maturities, redemption provisions, interest rates and purchase price for the Notes. Upon his approval of the terms of the Notes, as evidenced by the execution of the Approving Certificate, the Authorized Officer is authorized to execute a Proposal providing for the sale of the Notes to the Purchaser. The Notes shall not be issued or delivered until this approval is obtained and the referendum petition period expires as provided in (a) above and State Board approval has been obtained as provided in (b) above. Section 17. Official Statement. The District Board hereby directs the Authorized Officer to approve the Preliminary Official Statement with respect to the Notes and deem the Preliminary Official Statement as "final" as of its date for purposes of SEC Rule 15c2-12 promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 (the "Rule"). All actions taken by the Authorized Officer or other officers of the District in connection with the preparation of such Preliminary Official Statement and any addenda to it or final Official Statement are hereby ratified and approved. In connection with the Closing, the appropriate District official shall certify the Preliminary Official Statement and any addenda or final Official Statement. The Secretary shall cause copies of the Preliminary Official Statement and any addenda or final Official Statement to be distributed to the Purchaser. Section 18. Undertaking to Provide Continuing Disclosure. The District hereby covenants and agrees, for the benefit of the owners of the Notes, to enter into a written undertaking (the "Undertaking") if required by the Rule to provide continuing disclosure of certain financial information and operating data and timely notices of the occurrence of certain events in accordance with the Rule. The Undertaking shall be enforceable by the owners of the Notes or by the Purchaser on behalf of such owners (provided that the rights of the owners and the Purchaser to enforce the Undertaking shall be limited to a right to obtain specific performance of the obligations thereunder and any failure by the District to comply with the provisions of the Undertaking shall not be an event of default with respect to the Notes). To the extent required under the Rule, the Chairperson and Secretary, or other officer of the District charged with the responsibility for issuing the Notes, shall provide a Continuing Disclosure Certificate for inclusion in the transcript of proceedings, setting forth the details and terms of the District's Undertaking. Section 19. Record Book. The Secretary shall provide and keep the transcript of proceedings as a separate record book (the "Record Book") and shall record a full and correct statement of every step or proceeding had or taken in the course of authorizing and issuing the Notes in the Record Book. Section 20. Bond Insurance. If the Purchaser determines to obtain municipal bond insurance with respect to the Notes, the officers of the District are authorized to take all actions necessary to obtain such municipal bond insurance. The Chairperson and Secretary are authorized to agree to such additional provisions as the bond insurer may reasonably request and which are acceptable to the Chairperson and Secretary including provisions regarding restrictions on investment of Note proceeds, the payment procedure under the municipal bond insurance policy, the rights of the bond insurer in the event of default and payment of the Notes by the bond insurer and notices to be given to the bond insurer. In addition, any reference required by the bond insurer to the municipal bond insurance policy shall be made in the form of Note provided herein. Section 21. Conflicting Resolutions; Severability; Effective Date. All prior resolutions, rules or other actions of the District Board or any parts thereof in conflict with the provisions hereof shall be, and the same are, hereby rescinded insofar as the same may so conflict. In the event that any one or more provisions hereof shall for any reason be held to be illegal or invalid, such illegality or invalidity shall not affect any other provisions hereof. The foregoing shall take effect immediately upon adoption and approval in the manner provided by law. Adopted, approved and recorded June 20, 2022. c. FY23 BUDGET RESOLUTION: The proposed FY23 budget was reviewed by the Committee during a special meeting held May 4, and subsequently presented to the full Board on May 16. The Board held a Public Hearing earlier in the evening Motion by Mr. Spargo, seconded by Ms. Bruski Mallek, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved the following FY23 Budget Resolution: WHEREAS, Mid-State Technical College prepared a budget for the fiscal year 2023, necessary to provide educational services to the citizens, industries and communities within the College's boundaries; and WHEREAS, the outstanding indebtedness of the College, as of July 1, 2022, consists of $22,605,000 in promissory notes and $4,875,000 in general obligation bonds; WHEREAS, the anticipated revenues for the FY23 budget consist of $13,788,260 from Local Government, $17,648,620 from State Aids, $7,118,714 from Student Fees, $9,112,405 from Institutional Sources, and $8,148,338 from the Federal Government; and WHEREAS, other funding sources for the FY23 budget consist of $6,000,000 in proceeds from long-term debt; and WHEREAS, the estimated retained earnings and fund balances as of July 1, 2022, consist of $10,910,711 in the General Fund, $7,744 in the Special Revenue Fund - Aidable, $7,216,241 in the Special Revenue Fund Non-Aidable, $760,754 in the Debt Service Fund, $897,540 in the Capital Projects Fund, $885,488 in the Enterprise Fund, and $2,753,743 in the Internal Service Fund; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mid-State Technical College Board to approve the appropriations for the FY23 budget consisting of the following fund types and functions: In the General Fund - $18,776,954 for Instruction, $1,075,662 for Instructional Resources, $4,400,088 for Student Services, $5,794,064 for General Institutional, and $2,309,399 for Physical Plant; In the Special Revenue Fund Aidable - $964,153 for Instruction, $162,980 for Student Services, and $83,166 for Physical Plant; In the Special Revenue Fund - Non-Aidable - $8,206,077 for Student Services and $290,150 for General Institutional; In the Capital Projects Fund - $1,108,264 for Instruction, $205,000 for Instructional Resources, $515,500 for Student Services, $5,906,320 for General Institutional, and $1,034,916 for Physical Plant; In the Debt Service Fund - $7,174,874 for Physical Plant; In the Enterprise Fund - $1,187,841 for Auxiliary Services; and, In the Internal Service Fund - $6,035,200 for Auxiliary Services. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the approval includes any modifications to the FY23 budget resulting from public input during the Public Hearing, and formally endorsed by the board. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this FY23 budget be submitted, as approved, to the Wisconsin Technical College System Board prior to July 1, 2022, as required by State Statutes 38.12(5m). d. FINANCE IMPLICATIONS FOR TOPICS IN OTHER COMMITTEES: No topics discussed. 2. ACADEMIC & STUDENT SERVICES COMMITTEE Betty Bruski Mallek a. SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST PROGRAM CHANGES: The Surgical Technologist program will undergo changes to move from a technical diploma to a 60 credit Associate Degree due to changes by the accrediting body. Associate degree courses will start for students at Mid-State this fall and core courses in Fall 2023. b. CHEF PAUL KENNEDY TRIBUTE: A tribute event was held May 25 honoring Chef Paul Kennedy. A plaque was unveiled within the Gourmet Café and commemorative platter was placed in his honor. c. DUAL CREDIT EQUITY DATA: Equity data for Mid-State dual credit students was highlighted. Data by high school was shared along with an overview of Youth Apprenticeship students. d. COLLEGE CAMP: College Camp 2022 was held June 8 on the Wisconsin Rapids Campus, marking the return of in-person college camp. Fourteen program areas were highlighted for students attending from across the district. 3. HUMAN RESOURCES & EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE Richard Merdan a. RAFTERS PARTNERSHIP EVENTS: Mid-State hosted Rafters at Mid-State night. About 50 attended the event that featured interactive activities with Rafters players. Upcoming partnership events include: All-Star Game and Mid-State Rafters Night for employees. b. AMETA UPDATE: An update on the AMETA project was provided including recent donations and presentation in Washington, D.C. as part of the EDA Build Back Better grant round two. A site dedication event will be held July 22 in Stevens Point. I. COMMITTEE-OF-THE-WHOLE 1. HLC ACCREDITATION SUSTAINABILITY PLAN UPDATE: Mid-State's HLC Accreditation Sustainability Plan was created this year to document HLC accreditation expectations and college efforts to prepare for the 2024-2025 Comprehensive Evaluation for Affirmation of Accreditation. FY22 HLC accreditation efforts were shared. J. DISCUSSION & ACTION 1. No Discussion & Action items were presented this month. K. CLOSED SESSION Kristin Crass The Board will entertain a motion to convene to closed session, pursuant to s. 19.85(1)(c) Wisconsin Statutes, to discuss the President's evaluation. The Board may take action in closed session. Following closed session, the Board will entertain a motion to reconvene in open session and will then take any further action that is necessary and appropriate. The Board will thereafter entertain a motion to adjourn the meeting. Motion by Ms. Bruski Mallek, seconded by Ms. Miller, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved convening in closed session at 6:15 p.m. as announced by Ms. Crass. Motion by Ms. Bruski Mallek, seconded by Mr. Spargo, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved reconvening in open session at 7:11 p.m. L. ADJOURNMENT Kristin Crass There being no further action or business of the Board, the meeting adjourned at 7:12 p.m. with a motion by Mr. Merdan, seconded by Ms. Miller, upon a voice vote. Lynneia Miller, Secretary Mid-State Technical College Board Angela R. Susa Recording Secretary Run: July 28, 2022 wnaxlp


Minutes of REGULAR MEETING The Board of Education Wausau School District A Regular Meeting of the Board of Education of the Wausau School District was held Monday, June 13, 2022, beginning at 5:00 PM in the Nicholson Board Room, 415 Seymour Street, Wausau, Wisconsin 54403. Present: Bouche; Creisher; Lo; McKee; Nikolai; Reyes; Trollop; Vandenberg; and Webster. I. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order 5:00 pm. II. ROLL CALL III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE IV. READING OF THE MISSION STATEMENT V. PUBLIC AND STUDENT COMMENT The following people made public comments Megan Marohl, Carol Lukens, and Nancy Stencil. VI. APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA The Consent Agenda was approved inclusive of Appointments, Separations, Leaves of Absence, Retirements, Minutes, Payment of Bills/Budget Status and Investment Report, and Donations to the District. VII. 2022 Summer Learning Program Report The summer learning program was reviewed. VIII. Whole Child - Whole Wausau Short Cycle Report on Goal A3. Attendance Goal & A presentation was shared. IX. GEDO2 Update A presentation was shared. X. OLD/RECURRING BUSINESS A. Education/Operations Committee Meeting 1. Resolution Awarding the Sale of $99,990,000 General Obligation School Building and Facility Improvement Bonds (Action Requested) Lance Trollop moved to approve the resolution awarding the sale of $99,990,000 general obligation school building and improvement bonds, series 2022, seconded by Pat McKee. The motion carried 9-0 via a roll call vote at 5:56 pm. Jon Creisher Yes Ka Lo Yes Pat McKee Yes Cody Nikolai Yes Joanna Reyes Yes Lance Trollop Yes Karen Vandenberg Yes Lee Webster Yes Jim Bouché - Yes 2. Referendum Project Timeline (Action Requested) Nikolai moved to approve the referendum design, bidding, and construction timeline as presented, seconded by Creisher. The motion carried 9-0. 3. Referendum Bid Process (Action Requested) Creisher moved to approve the referendum bid approval process as presented, seconded by Nikolai. The motion carried 9-0. 4. Recommendation for Preliminary 2022-23 Budget (Action Requested) Trollop moved to approve the preliminary budgets as presented in order to proceed with 2022-23 expenditures committed to before final budgets are approved, seconded by Webster. The motion carried 9-0. 5. WIAA Membership Renewal for 2022-23 (Action Requested) Vandenberg moved to approve the WIAA Membership renewal for 2022-23, seconded by Webster. The motion carried 9-0. 6. Approve 10-Year Capital Improvement Plan (Action Required) Trollop moved to approve the 10-year capital improvement plan as presented, seconded by Creisher. The motion carried 9-0. 7. Neola Policy Update (Action Requested) Trollop moved to approve the list of revised policies as presented, seconded by Vandenberg. The motion carried 9-0. XI. NEW BUSINESS A. New Charter School Proposal (Action Requested) Webster moved to approve the exploration of creating a new charter school in the District, seconded by Reyes. The motion carried 9-0. B. Montessori Charter Expansion (Action Requested) Trollop moved to expand the educational delivery of services in the Wausau Montessori Charter Grade School to grade 7 in the 2022-23 school year, and to grades 4K-8th grade as the referendum expansion of space allows, seconded by McKee. The motion carried 9-0. C. Transfer from Fund 10 to Fund 46 (Action Requested) McKee moved to approve the transfer of $300,000 from the General Fund to the Long-term Capital Improvement Trust Fund during the 2021-22 fiscal year, seconded by Vandenberg. The motion carried 9-0. D. Employee Handbook Updates for 2022-23 (Action Requested) Nikolai moved to approve the presented changes to the handbook language for the 2022-23 school year, Vandenberg. The motion carried 9-0. XII. OPEN FORUM A. Board Member Professional Growth & Development Report There was none. B. Legislative Liaison Brief comments were made. C. Superintendent Commentary Brief comments were made. D. Presiding Officer Commentary Brief comments were made. XIII. ADJOURN The meeting adjourned at 6:20 pm. Respectfully Submitted, Karen Vandenberg, Board Clerk Run: July 14, 2022; wnaxlp


Minutes of Special Meeting The Board of Education School District of Mishicot A Special Meeting of the Board of Education of the School District of Mishicot was held Thursday, June 16, 2022 beginning at 4:00 PM in the High School Library. Call to order and roll call: David Skwor Carol Lambert Alan Zirzow Jennifer Butler Nancy Koch Judy Ferry Shawn Driscoll Dr. Paul J. Orlich-Superintendent - Absent The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance Approve Board Agenda A. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Nancy Koch to Approve the Agenda as presented. Motion Canied. Adjourn into Closed Session A. Motion to Adjourn into closed session by Jenny Butler, seconded by Nancy Koch at 4:01 PM to convene in closed session pursuant to Wis. Stat. considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility, i.e., to discuss and take action, if appropriate, regarding Administrator Evaluation and Employment. Motion Carried. Reconvene into Open Session A. Motion to Reconvene into Open Session by Al Zirzow, seconded by Jenny Butler to take Action if Necessary at 5:32 PM Conceming the Items Discussed in Closed Session. Motion Carried. B. Motion by Judy Ferry, seconded by Al Zirzow to have Christine Thelen report to the School Board on a temporary basis. Motion carried. Adjournment A. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Nancy Koch to adjourn the meeting at 5:32 PM. Motion Carried. Recording for the board, Christine Thelen, Business Office Manager Run: July 28, 2022 wnaxlp


Minutes of Special Meeting The Board of Education School District of Mishicot A Special Meeting of the Board of Education of the School District of Mishicot was held Monday, June 20, 2022 beginning at 5:30 PM in the High School Library. Call to order and roll call: David Skwor Carol Lambert Alan Zirzow Jennifer Butler Nancy Koch Judy Ferry Shawn Driscoll Dr. Paul J. Orlich-Superintendent - Absent Administrators present were: Christine Thelen, Eric Nelson, Kari Stryhn, Justin Gerlach The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance Approve Board Agenda A. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Agenda as presented. Motion Carried. Reports to the Board A. Dr. Orlich - Superintendent/H.S. Principal B. Ms. Thelen - Business Manager C. Ms. Stryhn - Director of Pupil Services D. Mr. Gerlach - Middle School Principal/H.S. Athletic Director E. Mr. Nelson - Elementary School Principal Action Items A. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Al Zirzow to Approve the Final 2022-23 Employee Handbook. Motion Carried. B. Motion by Judy Ferry, seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve the Meal Price Increase for the 2022-23 School Year. Motion Carried. C. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded byJudy Ferry to Approve Revised 2022-23 Extra-Cunicular Salary Schedule. Motion Carried. D. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Judy Ferry to Approve Change in Insurance Broker to M3 Insurance for the District's Commercial Property, Inland Marine, General Liability, Educator's Legal Liability, Commercial Crime, Commercial Automobile, Workers' Compensation, Umbrella, and Cyber Liability Insurance Lines. Motion Carried. E. Motion by Judy Ferry, seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve 2022-23 M3 Insurance Proposal for Commercial Property, Inland Marine, General Liability, Educator's Legal Liability, Commercial Crime, Commercial Automobile, Workers' Compensation, Umbrella, and Cyber Liability Insurance Lines. Motion Carried. F. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Revision to the 403b Vendor List. Motion Carried. G. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve the Resolution for Inclusion of the School District of Mishicot under the Wisconsin Deferred Compensation. Motion Carried. H. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Nancy Koch to Approve the First Reading of Policy 7250.01 Memorials for Deceased Students and Staff. Motion Carried. I. Motion by Judy Ferry, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the 2022-23 WIAA Senior High Membership Renewal. Motion Carried. J. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Annual Results of the School Bus Inspections. Motion Carried. K. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Judy Fen-y to Approve the Nelson Truck Invoice for $11,126.10. Motion Carried. L. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve Brivo OnSite Access Conversion and System Update on Quote from Laforce in the Amount of $5,216 to Upgrade the Door Access System. Motion Carried M. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve the Quote from CDW-G LLC for GO Guardian Teacher Subscription in the Amount of $6,235. Motion Carried. N. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve the Donation from Fonnrite Companies for Camp Invention in the Amount of $250. Motion Carried. O. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Donation from Nextera Energy for Camp Invention in the Amount of $1 ,000. Motion Carried. P. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Judy Ferry to Approve the Donations from FFA Alumni in the amount of $1 ,672.50 for the FFA Labor Auction. Motion Can-ied. Q. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Nancy Koch to Approve FFA Student Travel for Summer 2022 - Out of State. Motion Canied. R. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve the Graduation Recommendation for One Student. Motion Carried. S. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Donation of a Bench from the Armbruster Family. Motion Carried. T. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Placement of the Donated Bench from the Armbruster Family. Motion Carried. Consent Items A. Motion by Judy Ferry, seconded by Jenny Butler to Accept Minutes - May 23, 2022 Regular Meeting. Motion Canied. B. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Jenny Butler to Receive and File District Financial Statement May 2022 in the amount of $6,534,448.40. Motion Carried. C. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Nancy Koch to Receive and File Schedule of Bills Payable May 2022 in the amount of $527,236.12. Motion Carried D. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded byNancy Koch to Approve the Hiring of Max Loberger, Aaron Schlies, and Kevin Fix - Summer School Substitutes. Motion Carried. 7-0 E. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Hiring of Jill Schetter - 4K Instmctional Assistant. Motion Carried. F. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Hiring of Abby Jeske - 4K Instructional Assistant. Motion Carried. G. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Hiring of Caitlyn Freidenberger - Elementary School Secretary. Motion Carried. H. Motion by Nancy Koch , seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve the Hiring of Aaron Butler - Director of Buildings, Grounds, and Transportation. Motion Can-ied. Jenny Butler abstain I. Motion by Jenny Butler , seconded by Nancy Koch to Approve the Hiring of Grant Ely - 2nd Shift Full-Time Maintenance. Motion Carried. J. Motion by Nancy Koch , seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Hiring of Kelonna Fredenberg - Full-Time Cleaner. Motion Carried. K. Motion to Approve the Hiring of Mackenzie Mueller - Kindergarten Teacher. Hold. Candidate Withdrew. L. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Nancy Koch to Approve the Hiring of Kyle Junk Technical Education Teacher. Roll Call: 7-0 . Motion Carried. M. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Resignation of Connie Peter - Part-Time Paraprofessional and Kitchen-Aide. Motion Carried. N. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve the Resignation of Crystal Luedtke - Paraeducator. Motion Carried. O. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded byJenny Butler to Approve the Resignation of Katelyn Loberger - 8th Grade Volleyball Coach. P. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Shawn Driscoll to Approve the Resignation of Sandy Tulachka - Middle School ELA Teacher. Roll Call: 6-1. Motion Carried. Q. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Nancy Koch to Honor the Retirement ofDebbie Johanek - Elementary School Secretary. Motion Carried. R. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to Approve the Leave of Absence for Two Employees from 09-01-22 to 11-24-22. Motion Can-ied. School Board Input A. Thank you Admin. for all the hard work. B. Enjoy your summer. Adjourn into Closed Session A. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jenny Butler to consider a motion to convene in closed session pursuant to Wis. Stat. SS considering employment, promotion, compensation or perfonnance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility, i.e., to discuss and take action, if appropriate, regarding Administrator Evaluation and Employment. Motion Carried. Reconvene into Open Session A. Motion by Judy Ferry, seconded by Nancy Koch to reconvene into open session and take action if necessary. Motion Carried. Adjournment A. Motion by Jenny Butler, seconded by Al Zirzow to adjoum the meeting at 7:21 PM. Motion Carried Recording for the Meeting, Carol Lambert, Clerk Run: July 28, 2022 wnaxlp


Minutes of Special Meeting The Board of Education School District of Mishicot A Special Meeting of the Board of Education of the School District of Mishicot was held Wednesday, July 6, 2022 beginning at 4:00 PM in the High School Library. Call to order and roll call: David Skwor Carol Lambert Alan Zirzow Jennifer Butler Nancy Koch Judy Ferry - Absent Shawn Driscoll - Absent Dr. Paul J. Orlich-Superintendent - Absent Administrators present were: The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance Approve Board Agenda A. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Al Zirzow to Approve the Agenda as presented. Motion Carried. Adjourn into Closed Session A. Motion by Jennifer Butler, seconded by Nancy Koch to consider a motion to convene in closed session pursuant to Wis. Stat. considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility, i.e., to discuss and take action, if appropriate, regarding Administrator Employment. Motion Carried. B. Motion by Nancy Koch, seconded by Jennifer Butler to Approve the Agreement with Paul Orlich. Roll Call Vote: 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried. Reconvene into Open Session A. Motion by Al Zirzow, seconded by Jennifer Butler to reconvene into open session and take action if necessary. Motion Carried. Board Reports/Action A. Motion by Jennifer Butler, seconded by Nancy Butler to Honor the Retirement of the Superintendent. Roll Call Vote: 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried. Adjournment A. Motion by Jennifer Butler, seconded by Nancy Koch to adjourn the meeting at 4:34 PM. Motion Carried. Recording for the board, Christine Thelen, Business Office Manager Run: July 28, 2022 wnaxlp