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20-ZC-5310 Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee MAY 26, 2020 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a ZONING MAP AMENDMENT which is regulated by one or more of the following: Chapter 23, the Town/County Zoning Code, Chapter 26, the Floodplain Zoning Code, and Chapter 27, the Shoreland Zoning Code. Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on MAY 26, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in room 120 of the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. Public Hearings will be held via Zoom in accordance with the Governor's Stay at Home order. Attendance may be in person however we are encouraging the public to stay home and stay safe. Committee members and the public can access the meeting by calling 1-312-626-6799 and entering meeting ID #937 7537 0762 followed by the # key; participant password is not needed, just press the # key. Additional Instructions for making a virtual appearance can be found at: https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/planning-and-zoning. For further detailed information concerning this notice, contact the Town Clerk or the Winnebago County Zoning office, where the application is available for viewing. INFORMATION ON ZONING MAP AMENDMENT REQUEST. Application No.: 20-ZC-5310 Applicant: MATTHEW POTRATZ et al ; Agent: na Location of premises: 3508 BLACK WOLF AVE Tax Parcel No.: 012-039901 Legal Description: Being all of Lot 1 of CSM-7559, located in the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4, Section 22, Township 17 North, Range 16 East, Town of Nekimi, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Explanation: Applicant is requesting a Zoning Change/Map Amendment from A-1(Agribusiness) to A-2(General Agriculture) for the construction of a single-family home. Run: May 12 & 19, 2020 WNAXLP


20-ZC-5320 Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee MAY 26, 2020 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a ZONING MAP AMENDMENT which is regulated by one or more of the following: Chapter 23, the Town/County Zoning Code, Chapter 26, the Floodplain Zoning Code, and Chapter 27, the Shoreland Zoning Code. Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on MAY 26, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in room 120 of the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. Public Hearings will be held via Zoom in accordance with the Governor's Stay at Home order. Attendance may be in person however we are encouraging the public to stay home and stay safe. Committee members and the public can access the meeting by calling 1-312-626-6799 and entering meeting ID #937 7537 0762 followed by the # key; participant password is not needed, just press the # key. Additional Instructions for making a virtual appearance can be found at: https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/planning-and-zoning. For further detailed information concerning this notice, contact the Town Clerk or the Winnebago County Zoning office, where the application is available for viewing. INFORMATION ON ZONING MAP AMENDMENT REQUEST. Application No.: 20-ZC-5320 Applicant: PATRICK BRENNAND et al; Agent: PATRICK BRENNAND Location of premises: 4633 9TH ST RD Tax Parcel No.: 002-0359, 002-0359-01 Legal Description: Being part of the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4, Section 30, Township 18 North, Range 16 East, Town of Algoma, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Explanation: Applicant is requesting a Zoning Change/Map Amendment from A-2(General Agriculture) to R-1(Rural Residential) for the creation of a new parcel. Run: May 12 & 19, 2020 WNAXLP


20-ZC-5330 Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee MAY 26, 2020 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a ZONING MAP AMENDMENT which is regulated by one or more of the following: Chapter 23, the Town/County Zoning Code, Chapter 26, the Floodplain Zoning Code, and Chapter 27, the Shoreland Zoning Code. Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on MAY 26, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in room 120 of the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. Public Hearings will be held via Zoom in accordance with the Governor's Stay at Home order. Attendance may be in person however we are encouraging the public to stay home and stay safe. Committee members and the public can access the meeting by calling 1-312-626-6799 and entering meeting ID #972 4843 6580 followed by the # key; participant password is not needed, just press the # key. Additional Instructions for making a virtual appearance can be found at: https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/planning-and-zoning. For further detailed information concerning this notice, contact the Town Clerk or the Winnebago County Zoning office, where the application is available for viewing. INFORMATION ON ZONING MAP AMENDMENT REQUEST. Application No.: 20-ZC-5330 Applicant: RICHARD CHRISTIANSON et al; Agent: Bob Reider, Carow Land Surveying Location of premises: South of 4611 Grandview Rd Tax Parcel No.: 006-0519-03(p) Legal Description: Being a part of Lot 2 of CSM-5965, located in the N 1/2 of the SE 1/4, Section 19, Township 20 North, Range 16 East, Town of Clayton, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Explanation: Applicant is requesting a Zoning Map Amendment from A-2 (General Agriculture) to R-1 (Rural Residential) for the creation of a new parcel. Run: May 12 & 19, 2020 WNAXLP


200 PARK AVENUE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE WAUSAU CITY PLAN COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that an application, submitted by REI Engineering has been filed with the City of Wausau requesting that a conditional use be approved for the following described property: Dunbar & Browns Addition to their Riverview Addition Lots 1, 2 & Part of Lot 3, Block 6 Lot 2 of Certified Survey Map Volume 91, Page 117 (#18486) Document #1792565, MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 200 PARK AVENUE to allow for community gardens, in a UMU, Urban Mixed-Use Zoning District. Notice is hereby given that the Plan Commission will hear said request at a public hearing to be held at its meeting scheduled to begin at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, in the Common Council Chambers of Wausau City Hall, 407 Grant Street. Notice is also given that the Common Council will consider the proposed use at its first regular meeting in June, which is scheduled to be held in the Common Council Chambers beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at which time final action may be taken. Please call the Clerk/Customer Service Office at 715-261-6620 to confirm the date and time of the Common Council meeting. Dated: May 7, 2020 Leslie Kremer, City Clerk Run: May 11, 18, 2020 WNAXLP


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2020 CRUSHING CONTRACT INVITATION FOR BIDS The City of Wisconsin Rapids will accept electronic bids through the online website Quest vBID for the 2020 CRUSHING CONTRACT until 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. The electronic bids will be publicly opened on Quest vBID and read aloud at that time at the office of the City Engineer, City Hall, 444 West Grand Avenue, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495. No paper bids will be accepted. The Major Quantities include approximately: The work shall consist of crushing 30,000 cubic yards of excess material from street reconstruction projects, which consist of some recycled concrete pavement, curb & gutter, sidewalk, and rock into 10,000 CY Gradation No. 3/4 " and 20,000 CY Gradation No. 1 1/4 " Crushed Aggregate Base Course. Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.wirapids.org or www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $15, including an additional on-line bidding fee of $15, by inputting Quest Project #7092574 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com with questions regarding online bidding. No paper plan sets will be provided and no paper bids will be accepted. Please contact us at 715-421-8205 if you have any project related questions. Each bid shall be accompanied by a bond, certified check, bank cashier's check, or bank draft for five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid, payable to the City of Wisconsin Rapids. The City of Wisconsin Rapids reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive informalities, and to make awards in such manner as may be deemed proper and in the best interest of the City. Removal of Bid Items - The City reserves the right to remove any bid item from the contract when it determines the price is overly excessive and not realistic for work to be performed. CITY OF WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WISCONSIN Joe Eichsteadt, PE City Engineer Run: May 16, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


2020 Curb and Gutter, Sidewalk Maintenance Proposal Request & Agreement The City of Wisconsin Rapids is requesting proposals for its annual sidewalk and curb & gutter maintenance work for the 2020 construction season. Work includes the following major quantities: 7,225 SF of Sidewalk 1,100 LF of 30" curb & gutter All bidders will be required to provide proof of insurance and be bonded for a minimum of $10,000. All contractors must have an active license and bond to perform work specified. If you are interested in participating in the City's 2020 concrete maintenance work please download the necessary paperwork from the City's website https://www.wirapids.org/engineering-bids--quotes.html. The deadline for submitting your proposals will be 12:00pm on Tuesday, May 19th. CITY OF WISCONSIN RAPIDS /S/ Joe Eichsteadt, PE City Engineer Run: May 6, 2020 WNAXLP


2020 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 Saratoga Mini Mart, Inc., 11321 52nd Street, Wisconsin Rapids. Argil Jackson, agent, for Saratoga Mini Mart, 8810 Hwy 13 S., Wisconsin Rapids. Schierl Sales Corporation, 2201 Madison Street, Stevens Point. Diane Lease-Liebl, agent for The Store #90, 9630 Hwy 13 S., Wisconsin Rapids. Class B Combination Beverage: Beer and Liquor Lad-U-Ron Enterprises, LTD-Vernon Laduron, 10521 St Hwy 13 S, Wisconsin Rapids for Evergreen Lanes located at 493 Hwy 73 S, Nekoosa. Michael Osborne, 9051 St Hwy 13 S, Wisconsin Rapids for Octane Bar & Grill located at 9047 Hwy 13 S, Wisconsin Rapids. Dan Lowell, 11811 Bell Road, Wisconsin Rapids for Boone's Saloon & Eatery located at 8010 Highway 13 S, Wisconsin Rapids. Critter's House LLC-Jessica Sachs, 1270 Kester Road, Wisconsin Rapids for Critters located at 6620 Hwy 13 S, Wisconsin Rapids. Dogs with Wings, LLC-Brenda Sweet, 11654 Hollywood Road, Nekoosa for Roux's Roadhouse 73 located at 784 State Hwy 73 South, Nekoosa. Lake Aire Supper Club, Inc-KathLynn Sedevie, 443 Whitrock Avenue, Wisconsin Rapids, for Lake Aire Supper Club located 6510 State Hwy. 13 S. Wisconsin Rapids Run: May 26, 27, 28, 2020 WNAXLP


20SC000888 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT OUTAGAMIE COUNTY ACHILLES FINANCE, LLC DBA ADVANCE FINANCIAL 24/7, Plaintiff, v. CEDELL RADNEY PO BOX 1435 APPLETON WI 54912 Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 20SC000888 SERVICE BY PUBLICATION You are being sued by ACHILLES FINANCE, LLC DBA ADVANCE FINANCIAL 24/7 in the Small Claims Court for Outagamie County, Wisconsin, 320 South Walnut Street, Appleton, WI 54911-5991. A hearing will be held on June 01, 2020 at 9:00 am If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of the claim has been mailed to you at the address above). Plaintiff File No.:278673 Deborah Krusche Bruck Bar Code: 01010658 BRUCK LAW OFFICES, S.C. Run: May 6, 2020 WNAXLP


20SC000889 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT OUTAGAMIE COUNTY ACHILLES FINANCE, LLC DBA ADVANCE FINANCIAL 24/7, Plaintiff, v. PAKU THAO 311 E MCKINLEY ST APPLETON WI 54915 Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 20SC000889 SERVICE BY PUBLICATION You are being sued by ACHILLES FINANCE, LLC DBA ADVANCE FINANCIAL 24/7 in the Small Claims Court for Outagamie County, Wisconsin, 320 South Walnut Street, Appleton, WI 54911-5991. A hearing will be held on June 01, 2020 at 9:00 am If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of the claim has been mailed to you at the address above). Plaintiff File No.:277723 Deborah Krusche Bruck Bar Code: 01010658 BRUCK LAW OFFICES, S.C. Run: May 6, 2020 WNAXLP


20SC001003 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT OUTAGAMIE COUNTY ROBERT M MANGEN, Plaintiff, v. JOHN BUDRICK II 909 N SUPERIOR STREET APPLETON WI 54911 Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 20SC001003 SERVICE BY PUBLICATION You are being sued by ROBERT M MANGEN in the Small Claims Court for Outagamie County, Wisconsin, 320 South Walnut Street, Appleton, WI 54911-5991. A hearing will be held on June 01, 2020 at 9:00 am If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of the claim has been mailed to you at the address above). Plaintiff File No.:278440 Deborah Krusche Bruck Bar Code: 01010658 BRUCK LAW OFFICES, S.C. Run: May 6, 2020 WNAXLP


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512 FRANKLIN STREET NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AFFECTING ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WAUSAU Notice is hereby given that a petition has been filed with the City of Wausau requesting that the following described properties be rezoned from: TF-10, Two Flat Residential-10 Zoning District zoned portions of the following described property: Warrens 1st Addition Lot 3, Block 1, MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 512 FRANKLIN STREET be changed to NMU, Neighborhood Mixed Use Zoning District. Notice is hereby given that the Plan Commission will hear said petition at a public hearing to be held in the Common Council Chambers of Wausau City Hall, 407 Grant Street, at its meeting beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Notice is also given that the Common Council is expected to consider the proposed rezoning at its first meeting in June, which is currently scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at which time final action on this petition may be taken. -Please call the Clerk/Customer Service Office at 715-261-6620 to confirm the date and time of the Common Council meeting. May 7, 2020 Leslie Kremer, City Clerk Run: May 11, 18, 2020 WNAXLP


516 STEUBEN STREET NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AFFECTING ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WAUSAU Notice is hereby given that a petition has been filed with the City of Wausau requesting that the following described properties be rezoned from: TF-10, Two Flat Residential-10 Zoning District zoned portions of the following described property: A WARRENS THIRD ADD LOT 4 BLK 4, MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 516 STEUBEN STREET be changed to UMU, Urban Mixed Use Zoning District. Notice is hereby given that the Plan Commission will hear said petition at a public hearing to be held in the Common Council Chambers of Wausau City Hall, 407 Grant Street, at its meeting beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Notice is also given that the Common Council is expected to consider the proposed rezoning at its first meeting in June, which is currently scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at which time final action on this petition may be taken. -Please call the Clerk/Customer Service Office at 715-261-6620 to confirm the date and time of the Common Council meeting. May 7, 2020 Leslie Kremer, City Clerk Run: May 11, 18, 2020 WNAXLP


70.45 Notice of Open Book STATE OF WISCONSIN Town of Manitowoc Manitowoc County Pursuant to s. 70.45, Wis. Stats., the Town of Manitowoc assessment roll for the year 2020 assessment will be open for examination on the 12th day of May 2020. Open Book will be conducted via phone from Noon to 2:00pm or email ONLY due to COVID-19 virus restrictions. Call the assessor, Les Ahrens at 262-253-1142 or email Les@wi-assessor.com any time before the end of Open Book. NOTE: All property owners having a change in valuation from the previous year were mailed a notice of the 2020 assessed valuation of their property, as required by Section 70.365 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Notice is hereby given this 6th day May, 2020. Geraldine Gilbert Clerk/Treasurer Town of Manitowoc Run: May 7, 2020 WNAXLP


73-20 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF THE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN SEC. 9-23 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE REQUIRING THE PAYMENT OF CERTAIN UNPAID AND DELINQUENT DEBTS AS A CONDITION PRECEDENT TO THE ISSUANCE OF LICENSES OR PERMITS BY THE CITY OF APPLETON IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY DECLARED BY THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. (Finance Committee 5/6/2020) WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, Governor Evers, by Executive Order #72, declared a public health emergency in Wisconsin due to the COVID-19 virus; and, WHEREAS, as a result of the public health emergency, all schools and non-essential businesses have been temporarily closed, and the Governor has issued a "Stay safer at home order" on March 24, 2020 to slow the spread of the virus in the community, reduce the demands on the healthcare system, and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public; and WHEREAS, as a result of the community-wide closures and stay home orders, many city businesses that require certain licenses and permits to operate are facing lost or significantly reduced revenue and economic uncertainty; and WHEREAS, these same businesses will soon be required to renew licenses and permits which, prior to being issued and in accordance with the requirements in Sec. 9-23 of the Municipal Code, would require payment of certain City outstanding obligations in full prior to issuance; and WHEREAS, these businesses require the license or permits to operate but, due to ordered closures or substantial limitations, may lack the financial means to immediately payoff outstanding obligations of Sec. 9-23 in order to obtain required licenses or permits and therefore are in need of temporary relief to continue operating; and WHEREAS, these businesses provide employment and support the local economy and it is in the public's interest that some temporary relief be provided to allow the businesses to continue to function by temporarily suspending the requirement that certain City outstanding obligations be paid in full as a perquisite to issuance of the license or permit; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that during the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency declared in Executive Order #72 or until September 30, 2020, whichever occurs later, the required payment of unpaid and delinquent debts as a condition precedent to issuance of any licenses and permits as set forth in Sec. 9-23 of the Municipal Code, with the exception of hotel room taxes, is hereby suspended. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately. Dated: May 6, 2020 Publication Notice Please take notice that the City of Appleton enacted ordinance 73-20 TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF THE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN SEC. 9-23 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE REQUIRING THE PAYMENT OF CERTAIN UNPAID AND DELINQUENT DEBTS AS A CONDITION PRECEDENT TO THE ISSUANCE OF LICENSES OR PERMITS BY THE CITY OF APPLETON IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY DECLARED BY THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. The full text of the ordinance may be obtained at the Office of the City Clerk, 100 North Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911 and through the City's website at www.appleton.org. Run: May 11, 2020 WNAXLP


A domestic abuse temporary restraining order was issued on 05/05/2020 against Jerome C. Williams. A hearing on the petition to grant a domestic abuse injunction will be held on 05/28/2020, at the Marathon County Courthouse, Wausau, Wisconsin, in the Sara Quirt Sann Memorial Courtroom, before Commissioner Sandra Marcus. TO THE RESPONDENT: If you fail to appear at the hearing, the relief requested will be granted. Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


A SPECIAL MONTHLY MEETING OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEKOOSA WAS HELD VIA ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCE ON TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2020 AT 5:15 P.M. The Meeting was called to order by Mayor Daniel J. Carlson Brian Krubsack Dan Downin Brad Hamilton Larry Krubsack Adam Buehring Kurtis Bredda Garett Kuhn Ways & Means To the Honorable Mayor and Members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Ways & Means meeting was held on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. over the internet via Zoom Video Conference. Members present were Garett Kuhn Chairperson, Adam Buehring Secretary, Larry Krubsack, Daniel Downing. Also in attendance were: Mayor Dan Carlson, Kurtis Bredda, Brian Krubsack, Brad Hamilton, Mike Kumm, Rick Schmidt-DPW, Police Chief Shawn Woods and Joseph M. Rusch II, City Clerk. 1. Recommend to pay various audited bill lists. 2. No licenses Applications to report. 3. Discussed the October, 2020 League meeting in LaCrosse. Respectfully submitted Moved by Kuhn Seconded by Hamilton that the Ways & Means Committee Report of April 21, 2020, be accepted as written. Carried. Moved by Kuhn Seconded by Hamilton Item #1 of the Ways & Means Committee Report of April 21, 2020 be adopted for action Roll Call Vote: 7 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried. General Disbursements: 293,908.83 Water/Sewer Disbursements 5,717.82 Moved by Hamilton Seconded by L. Krubsack to pay all bills as written and read. Roll Call Vote: 7 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried Moved by Hamilton Seconded by L. Krubsack to adjourn. Carried Respectfully Submitted Joseph M. Rusch II City Clerk ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEKOOSA HELD VIA ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCE ON TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2020 AT 5:30 P.M. Meeting called to order by Mayor Daniel J. Carlson Brian Krubsack Michael Kumm Daniel Downing Brad Hamilton Larry Krubsack Adam Buehring Kurtis Bredda Garett Kuhn Moved by Hamilton seconded by Kuhn that the members of the Common Council be paid for this meeting. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays Carried COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS APRIL 21, 2020 WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE Adam Buehring-Chair Garett Kuhn Brian Krubsack Dan Downing PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE Larry Krubsack-Chair Adam Buehring Kurtis Bredda Brad Hamilton PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE Kurtis Bredda-Chair Brad Hamilton Larry Krubsack Mike Kumm PROPERTY, RECREATION & HUMAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Brian Krubsack-Chair Garett Kuhn Mike Kumm Dan Downing WAGE & SALARY COMMITTEE Brad Hamilton-Chair Larry Krubsack Adam Buehring Dan Downing PLANNING COMMISSION Mayor Dan Carlson-Chairman Joseph M. Rusch II-Secretary Gerald Cordes Rick Schmidt-DPW Brad Hamilton Dan Downing Brian Krubsack Terry Shymanski Moved by Hamilton seconded by L. Krubsack to accept the Mayor's Committee Appointments. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays Carried POLICE COMMITTEE Membership: The Police Committee shall consist of 3 members, none of whom shall be officers or employees of the City, appointed by the Mayor & confirmed by the Council for staggered 3-year terms. Powers & Duties: The Police Committee shall have the power & duty to discipline the City Police Chief & City Police Officers who are not probationary, in accordance with the provisions of State Statute 62.13(5), Wisconsin Statutes. APPOINTMENTS: George Carlson - 3 year term Kenneth Hilgers - 2 year term John Reimer Sr - 1 year term Moved by Hamilton seconded by Kuhn to accept the Mayor's Appointments. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays Carried. Moved by L. Krubsack seconded by Kuhn to nominate Brad Hamilton as Council President. Moved by L. Krubsack seconded by Kuhn that the nominations be closed & that the chair cast an unanimous ballot for Brad Hamilton as Council President. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays Carried. Moved by Hamilton seconded by L. Krubsack to make Nekoosa-Port Edwards State Bank, Nekoosa Credit Union, Paper City Savings the Official City Depositories. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays Carried. Moved by Hamilton seconded by Kuhn that the City Clerk be made agent for the Wisconsin Retirement Fund. Carried. Moved by Hamilton seconded by L. Krubsack that the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune be the official newspaper for the City for the ensuing year. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays Carried. Mayor Carlson appoints the following to the BOARD OF REVIEW to meet on May 28, 2020 at the Nekoosa Council Chambers from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Alternates 1. Brian Krubsack 2. Adam Buehring 3. Kurtis Bredda 4. Brad Hamilton Regular: 1. Larry Krubsack 2. Mike Kumm 3. Dan Downing 4. Garett Kuhn Moved by Hamilton seconded by L. Krubsack to accept the Mayor's appointments. Carried. Mayor Carlson appoints the following to the BOARD OF APPEALS: Herman Steinert Gerald Carlson Robert Birkhauser Ken Linzmeier Terry Shymanski Dan Kleinhans Moved by Hamilton seconded by Kuhn to approve the Mayor's appointments. Carried. Moved by Hamilton seconded by L. Krubsack to retain Nicholas Abts/ LaChapelle,Kryshak & Nettesheim, LLP as the City Attorney. Carried. Moved by Hamilton seconded by Kuhn to retain Nicholas Abts/ LaChapelle,Kryshak & Nettesheim, LLP as the City Prosecutor. Carried. Mayor Carlson appoints Alderman Mike Kumm to the Nekoosa Library Board. Moved by Hamilton seconded by Kuhn to approve the Mayor's appointment. Carried. Mayor Carlson appoints Herman Steinert to the Wisconsin Rapids Public Access Advisory Board. Moved by Hamilton seconded by B. Krubsack to approve the Mayor's appointment. Carried. Mayor Carlson appoints Brad Hamilton to the Airport Commission. Moved by L. Krubsack seconded by Kuhn to approve the Mayor's appointment. Carried. Moved by Hamilton seconded by Kuhn to adjourn. Carried. RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, JOSEPH M. RUSCH II CITY CLERK Run: May 4, 2020 WNAXLP


A Town of Plover Plan Commission public hearing will be held: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 5:30 PM Town of Plover Town Hall 5081 Hoover Avenue South Plover, WI 54467 In accordance with the following notice of hearing, which the town clerk shall publish as a Class I Notice under Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 985: NOTICE OF HEARING - TOWN OF PLOVER PLAN COMMISSION The Town of Plover Plan Commission is holding a public hearing to discuss a proposed lot split at 2128 Biron Drive East as per requests from: GERALD AND TERI VOELKER, PARCEL ID # 030230729:03.05 Adjacent property owners are being notified and are welcome to speak at this hearing. After the public hearing, the Town of Plover Plan Commission will make a recommendation to the Town of Plover Town Board. For more information regarding this proposed lot split, contact Town of Plover Plan Commission Chairman Richard Pingel at 715-341-5784, or email dickpingel@charter.net. Dated this 30th day of May 2020. Patricia Weller, Clerk/Treasurer Town of Plover - Portage County Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


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ADOPTED ORDINANCES At the regular meeting of the Green Bay Common Council held on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 the following ordinances were adopted. The ordinances in their entirety may be obtained at the City Clerk's Office, 100 N. Jefferson Street, Green Bay, WI. General Ordinance Number 11-20 An ordinance to amend Section 1.40(4), GBMC, relating to records retention. General Ordinance Number 12-20 An ordinance to amend 6.155 33.08(7)(h), GBMC relating to sidewalk cafe permits. Kris A. Teske Green Bay City Clerk Run: May 22, 2020 WNAXLP


ADOPTED ORDINANCES At the regular meeting of the Green Bay Common Council held on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 the following ordinances were adopted. The ordinances in their entirety may be obtained at the City Clerk's Office, 100 N. Jefferson Street, Green Bay, WI. Zoning Ordinance No. 04-20 An ordinance rezoning property located at 420 Maryhill Drive from Low Density Residential (R1) to Public Institutional (PI). Zoning Ordinance No. 03-20 An ordinance rezoning property located in the 2900 Block of Sitka Street from Low Density Residential (R1) to Medium Density Residential (R2) District and Conservancy (CON) District. Zoning Ordinance No. 05-20 An ordinance creating a planned unit development (PUD) overlay district for properties located at 544 Acme Street. Kris A. Teske Green Bay City Clerk Run: May 8, 2020 WNAXLP


ADOPTED: May 20, 2020 PUBLISHED: May 25, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 74-20 AN ORDINANCE TO TEMPORARILY AMEND COUNCIL RULES PERTAINING TO PUBLIC COMMENT AND APPEARANCES AT COUNCIL, BOARD AND COMMISSION MEETINGS IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS. Whereas, a novel strain of the coronavirus, named COVID-19 has spread throughout numerous countries including the United States; and Whereas, the United States Department of Health and Human Services has declared a Public Health Emergency; and Whereas, the City of Appleton in cooperation with the local, state and federal governmental entities desires to take action to prevent exposure to and spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and has directed staff to bring forward temporary changes to current rules governing public meetings contained in the Municipal Code as well as the Rules of Council maximize social distancing during this period. Whereas, on or about April 1, 2020 the Common Council adopted Ordinance 71-20 temporarily amending Council Rules as well as various meetings; and Whereas, it is now necessary to repeal Ordinance 71-20 in order to implement modified rules. Subcommittees of the Common Council will meet in the Council Chambers at designated times, to conduct their regular business, as determined necessary by the Mayor, Committee Chair and Department Directors over which the particular committee has jurisdiction. In-person public comment may be permitted at committee meetings provided appropriate social distancing and other safeguards related to COVID-19 may be observed. The public will be reminded and encouraged to share any public comment by email to the particular committee chair, committee members or the City Clerk in lieu of attending in person. The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Notwithstanding any provision contained within the City of Appleton Municipal Code or Council Rules, in response to COVID-19 Coronavirus, the Council adopts the following rules and procedures: Common Council Subcommittees will meet in the Council Chambers to conduct their regular business as determined necessary by the Mayor, Committee Chair and Department Directors. Boards, Commission, Task Force, and similar meetings will be scheduled in due course as determined by the Mayor in consultation with the respective Chair, based upon business needs and availability of adequate facilities. Public Comment Period at Council Meetings, Board and Commission Meetings remains suspended subject to the Mayor's discretion. In-person statements or comments are permitted for Public Hearings and other agenda items where public participation is mandated by Statute, Rule or Order. Alternatively, it is strongly encouraged that such statements or comments be sent via mail addressed to the Mayor, placed in the City Hall dropbox, or sent by email prior to the Council Meeting to mayor@appleton.org; written comments for Public Hearings will be distributed to the Council and made part of the public record of the meeting. All public meetings which are conducted under these rules will be made available on www.appleton.org and may be viewed as a live stream or recording at a later date. Persons requiring other reasonable accommodations may contact the office of the Mayor at mayor@appleton.org or phone 920-832-6400. Staff shall work with members of the Council, Boards and Commissions during this period to facilitate appearance by telephone, video or other means when necessary consistent with the following: o Members must contact the staff liaison (or Mayor) to inform the staff liaison of the need for remote participation in a meeting as soon as practicable to assure that remote participation may be facilitated. o Except for Council members, if a quorum of members will be physically present, no remote participation will be permitted. o Any Council member requesting to participate remotely will be accommodated regardless of whether a quorum is physically or otherwise remotely present at the meeting. o Members participating remotely must be audible through clear telephone line or computer connections. If a connection is not clear or causes disruption of the meeting, the connection may be terminated. If a connection is terminated and this causes the loss of a quorum, the meeting shall be adjourned and rescheduled to another date to permit consideration by a quorum. o All votes shall require a roll call or similar vote o Each person speaking must introduce themselves to provide clarity to those listening as to who is speaking All provisions of the City Ordinances, Council Rules and Commission General Rules of Order not specifically altered by these temporary rules shall remain in effect. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately. Dated: May 20, 2020 Run: May 25, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2020 Poplar Lane Project TOWN OF RINGLE Notice is hereby given by the Town of Ringle, Marathon County Wisconsin, that it will receive sealed bids for the reconstruction of 0.5 miles of Poplar Lane until 11:00 AM on the 28th day of May, 2020 at the Town Hall, 223207 Abt Road, Ringle, Wisconsin, 54471. At that time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The overall description of the project, to be completed under one contract, is the reconstruction of approximately 2,640 feet of a rural street. The project begins at CTH Q and extends for 2,640 feet eastward. The project includes reshaping the roadway, installing geogrid, adding a sand lift to the reshaped roadway surface, installing crushed aggregate base course, fine grading of the roadway, and installing topsoil. The approximate units of the major work items are as follows. 1) Granite- 165 cubic yards 2) Geogrid 5,810 square yards 3) Sand- 2,127 cubic yards 4) CABC 1,418 cubic yards 5) Topsoil- 220 square yards Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained after May 7th from the office of Marathon Technical Services LLC, located at 404 Franklin Street, Wausau, WI 54403 or from emailing nick@mtsllc.net. This project is not subject to State of Wisconsin prevailing wage rates. No bids shall be considered unless submitted on the official Proposal form. Bids shall be submitted with a minimum 5% Bid Bond. The Town of Ringle reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informality in the bidding, and to award the Contract in the best interest of the Town. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the actual time of opening the bids. A Performance Bond and a Payment Bond, each in the amount of 100 percent (100%) of the total bid price, together with an executed Agreement in the form prescribed by the Town, will be required of the successful bidder. April 28, 2020 Al Christensen, Town Chairman Run: May 7, 14, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2020 Duncan Road Project TOWN OF RINGLE Notice is hereby given by the Town of Ringle, Marathon County Wisconsin, that it will receive sealed bids for pulverizing and paving of 0.74 miles of Duncan Road until 11:00 AM on the 28th day of May, 2020 at the Town Hall, 223207 Abt Road, Ringle, Wisconsin, 54471. At that time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The overall description of the project, to be completed under one contract, is the 3,900 linear feet. The project begins at Highway 29 and extends for 3,900 feet to the north. The project includes pulverizing the existing asphalt, installing six inches of CABC, fine grading of roadway, and double chip sealing of roadway. The approximate units of the major work items are as follows; 1) Pulverize Asphalt 9,533 square yards 2) CABC 1,735 cu yds 3) Double Chip Seal 9,533 square yards Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained after May 7th from the office of Marathon Technical Services LLC, located at 404 Franklin Street, Wausau, WI 54403 or from emailing nick@mtsllc.net. This project is not subject to State of Wisconsin prevailing wage rates. No bids shall be considered unless submitted on the official Proposal form. Bids shall be submitted with a minimum 5% Bid Bond. The Town of Ringle reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informality in the bidding, and to award the Contract in the best interest of the Town. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the actual time of opening the bids. A Performance Bond and a Payment Bond, each in the amount of 100 percent (100%) of the total bid price, together with an executed Agreement in the form prescribed by the Town, will be required of the successful bidder. April 28, 2020 Al Christensen, Town Chairman Run: May 7, 14, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2020 MILL AND OVERLAY PROGRAM CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN File No. 2020-048 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received in the City Administrative Office at the City/County Government Center (CCGC), 160 South Macy Street, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, until 2:00 PM, local time, on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at which time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the City Manager's Conference Room, 4th Floor of the CCGC. The project quantities includes but are not limited to the following described approximate quantities of work: FURNISH, INSTALL & CONSTRUCT 5800 SF 4-inch Concrete Sidewalk and 8-inch Driveway Approach 350 LF Remove & Replace Concrete Curb & Gutter 1600 CY Common Excavation Includes Asphalt Pavement Removal 2100 SY Crushed Aggregate Base Course 27000 SY Milling Asphalt Pavement 4500 TONS Asphaltic Pavement 1900 SY Asphaltic Trail and Base Course 2 EA New Bases for Existing Cobra Head Street Lights 8 EA Ornamental Street Lights 1650 LF 2" Diameter PVC, Conduit for Lighting along with wiring Erosion Control Items & Misc. Turf Restoration Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. Contractors may download the digital plan documents for a non-refundable fee of $15.00 by inputting Quest Project #7074300 on the website's Project Search page. Please contract QuestCDN.com at (952)-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. All bids shall be prepared on the proposal forms provided in the specifications and shall remain attached thereto, and shall be addressed to City of Fond du Lac, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Each bid envelope shall be properly identified on the face thereof "SEALED BID 2020 MILL AND OVERLAY PROGRAM". No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of (30) thirty days after the opening of said bids, without the consent of the Director of Public Works. The City of Fond du Lac may reject any or all bids on any basis and without disclosure of any reason. The failure to make a disclosure shall not result in accrual of any right, claim or cause of action against the City. The City also reserves the right to waive any formalities or informalities in bidding, and to select the bid that, in its opinion, will best serve the interests of the City. No bid will be opened unless the "Bidder's Proof of Responsibility" for 2019 is filed and approved at least (5) five days before the scheduled time for opening of bids. Reference is made to Section 66.0901(2) & (3) Wisconsin Statutes. The Director of Public Works decision as to qualifications shall be final. Bidder's attention is called to the fact that this contract includes a "Disclosure of Ownership" form. Section 66.0903 (12) (d) of Wisconsin Statutes requires that each bidder complete this form. No bid will be considered unless the prospective bidder has completed the form entitled "Disclosure of Ownership". Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check, or bank draft, payable to the City of Fond du Lac, or satisfactory bid bond, in the amount of 5% of the gross bid as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted as the successful bid, such successful bidder will execute and file the proposed contract and performance bond within ten (10) days after notice of award of contract. Published by authority of the City of Fond du Lac on May 13 and May 20, 2020 Run: May 13, 20, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2020 TENNIS & BASKETBALL COURT REHABILITATION FRANKLIN, BUTTERMILK CREEK, & PAUL BUTZEN PARK FILE NO. 2020-049 CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received in the City Administrative office located on the fourth floor of the City-County Government Center, 160 South Macy Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936-0150 on or before 2:00 PM, June 4, 2020 at which time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the City Manager's conference room for the contract identified as "2020 TENNIS & BASKETBALL COURT REHABILITATION". Telephone and Fax bids will not be accepted. The work includes pulverizing and paving basketball court, and Titan Trax & color coating for pickleball & tennis courts. There will be a pre-bid meeting May 27, 2020 at 1:00 pm. The meeting will be held at: Paul Butzen Memorial Park Tennis Courts, 634 Kingswood Avenue, Fond du Lac, WI 54935. The meeting is non-mandatory; however, the contractor is responsible for reviewing the site and familiarizing himself with the conditions. Specifications and Proposal Forms may be obtained on the City's website: http://www.fdl.wi.gov/bids.iml. All bids shall be prepared on the proposal forms provided in the specifications and shall be addressed to City of Fond du Lac, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Each bid envelope shall be properly identified on the face thereof "SEALED BID 2020 TENNIS & BASKETBALL COURT REHABILITATION FILE NO. 2020-049." No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of (30) thirty days after the opening of said bids, without the consent of the Director of Public Works. The City of Fond du Lac may reject any or all bids on any basis and without disclosure of any reason. The failure to make a disclosure shall not result in accrual of any right, claim or cause of action against the City. The City also reserves the right to waive any formalities or informalities in bidding, and to select the bid that, in its opinion, will best serve the interests of the City. No bid will be opened unless the "Bidder's Proof of Responsibility" for 2020 is filed and approved at least (5) five days before the scheduled time for opening of bids. Reference is made to Section 66.0901(2) & (3) Wisconsin Statutes. The Director of Public Works decision as to qualifications shall be final. Bidder's attention is called to the fact that this contract includes a "Disclosure of Ownership" form. Section 66.0903 (12) (d) of Wisconsin Statutes requires that each bidder complete this form. No bid will be considered unless the prospective bidder has completed the form entitled "Disclosure of Ownership". Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check, or bank draft, payable to the City of Fond du Lac, or satisfactory bid bond, in the amount of 5% of the gross bid as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted as the successful bid, such successful bidder will execute and file the proposed contract and performance bond within ten (10) days after notice of award of contract. Published by authority of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on May 20 and May 27, 2020. Run: May 20, 27, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CITY OF SHEBOYGAN SHORLINE METRO ADMINSTRATION AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY ROOF REPLACEMENT PROJECT PROJECT #1985-20 Owner and Work: The City of Sheboygan hereby gives notice that sealed public bids will be received for the roof replacement and related work for the Shoreline Metro Administration and Maintenance Facility in Sheboygan WI. The majority work of this contract is generally described as follows: Roof Replacement of Shoreline Metro Administration and Maintenance Facility 608 S. Commerce Street, Sheboygan WI 53081 A Mandatory Pre-bid conference will be held at the Shoreline Metro Administration and Maintenance Facility, Sheboygan, WI 53081 commencing at 1:00 PM on Wednesday May 14, 2020 Bidders must have a representative in attendance in order to submit a bid or risk rejection of their bid. Appropriate social distancing measures will be in place. Time and Place of Bid Opening: Bids will be received until 1:00 PM., Local Time on Wednesday May 28, 2020 Sealed Bids will be received at the following location: Sheboygan City Hall, Attention: Bernard Rammer, Purchasing Agent, 828 Center Avenue, Suite 110, Sheboygan, WI 53081 . Bids received after the specified time and date will not be considered for award and returned unopened. A public opening will not be held due to Corona Virus concerns. All Bidders of record will receive the bid results as soon as possible following the bid due date and time. Wage Rates: The successful bidder shall not pay less than the prevailing wage rates as established by the United States Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division and as detailed in Prevailing Wage Determination # WI20200016 a copy of which is incorporated in the bid documents. THIS PROJECT IS BEING FUNDED THROUGH THE FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION ADMINISTRATION AND IS SUBJECT TO THE SPECIFIC TERMS AND CONDITIONS INCLUDED WITH AND MADE PART OF THE BID DOCUMENTS TITLED FEDERAL CLAUSES FOR PURCHASES GREATER THAN $ 100,000.00. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise: This contract is subject to the requirements of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 26, Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs. The national goal for participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) is 10%. The recipient's overall goal for DBE participation is listed elsewhere. If a separate contract goal for DBE participation has been established for this procurement, it is listed elsewhere. Non-Discrimination: The contractor shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin or sex in the performance of this contract. The contractor shall carry out applicable requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 in the award and administration of this contract. Failure by the contractor to carry out these requirements is a material breach of this contract, which may result in the termination of this contract or such other remedy as the municipal corporation deems appropriate. Each subcontract the contractor signs with a subcontractor must include the assurance in this paragraph (see 49 CFR 26.13(b)). Bidding Documents: Complete digital project bidding documents are available at no cost by contacting the Purchasing Agent via email at: Bernard.rammer@sheboyganwi.gov or by phone at (920)459-3469. Pre-Bid Qualification: All bidders shall be required to file or have on file a valid Bidder's Proof of Responsibility form with the Engineering Division, City of Sheboygan, not less than five (5) days prior to the time of opening of these bids. Only bidders who have demonstrated their qualifications to perform the work will be permitted to bid. Forms are included in the contract documents. Bid Security: A satisfactory Bid Bond, payable to the City of Sheboygan, WI, in an amount not less than five (5%) percent of the combined bid total.. Legal Provisions: This contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Section 62.15, 66.0901, and 779.15 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The City of Sheboygan reserves the right to reject any bid, cancel this solicitation, waive any informality in the bid process and award the bid deemed most advantageous to the City of Sheboygan. Bernard R. Rammer Purchasing Agent. Run: May 4, 11, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ELEVATED WATER TANK RECONDITIONING VILLAGE OF CLEVELAND MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI The Village of Cleveland will receive and accept bids ONLY through QuestCDN.com via the online electronic bid service (QuestvBid) for the construction of Elevated Water Tank Reconditioning until 11:00 A.M. June 5, 2020. All bids will be downloaded and publicly read aloud during a virtual public bid opening that will be held at the date 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: coating removal and replacement of all exterior and wet interior surfaces, and spot repair of dry interior surfaces for an existing 100,000-gallon elevated spheroid water tank. The work also includes minor appurtenances and bid alternates for replacement of the riser pipe insulation, replacement of larger diameter hatches, as well as overcoating of the exterior surfaces. 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 $40 by inputting Quest eBidDoc #7106672 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: Brad Stuczynski, P.E., 1230 South Boulevard, Baraboo, WI 53913. 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 bidder may withdraw his bid within 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Published by the authority of the Village of Cleveland. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 1230 South Boulevard Baraboo, WI 53913 Brad Stuczynski, P.E. +1 (608) 355-8964 Run: May 22 & 29, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT NUMBER 330-13-2001 TRI-D Lynn Hill Rd Reconditioning CTH G CTH AA Town of Port Edwards, Wisconsin Plans and Specifications for the "Lynn Hill Rd TRI-D" project are available at the TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS Town Hall, 2000 Town Road G, Port Edwards, WI 54457, BY APOINTMENT ONLY, for a nonrefundable fee of $20.00 per set, or bidders may obtain a copy by contacting the TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS Town Clerk (porttownclerk@solarus.net) wit a valid email address and a pdf can be sent to bidders. TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS does not accept responsibility for incomplete or non-deliverable emails. PREQUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS BIDDER may be asked to submit evidence of BIDDER's qualifications to do this type of work in the State of Wisconsin prior to the award of the contract. Bids will not be accepted from any BIDDER listed on TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS or the State of Wisconsin Disapproved, Suspended, and Debarred Contractors list or the Federal Excluded Parties List. SUBMITTAL OF BIDS Bidders shall submit bids in a separate sealed envelope for the contract to the Town of Port Edwards, 2000 Town Rd G, Port Edwards, WI 54457. Bids will be received until 6:00 PM local time, prior to the monthly Town of Port Edwards Town Meeting on Thursday May 28, 2020, OR by mail to the Town of Port Edwards Town Clerk, Michelle Sorenson, 236 Nessa Lane, Nekoosa, WI 54457. The bids will be opened following the closing of the bidding at 6:00 PM local time, Thursday May 28, 2020 at the monthly Town meeting at Town of Port Edwards, 2000 Town Rd G Port Edwards, WI 54457. PROPOSAL AND CONTRACT AGREEMENTS No bid shall be considered unless accompanied by the Proposal Agreement fully executed by the bidder. The bidder that is awarded the contract agrees to execute the contract agreement within five (5) days after the Notice of Award, begin work no later than five (5) days after written Notice to Proceed, and complete all work included under the terms of the contract in the allotted time. Run: May 14 & 21, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT NUMBER 330-13-2001 TRI-D Lynn Hill Rd Reconditioning CTH G CTH AA Town of Port Edwards, Wisconsin Plans and Specifications for the "Lynn Hill Rd TRI-D" project are available at the TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS Town Hall, 2000 Town Road G, Port Edwards, WI 54457, BY APOINTMENT ONLY, for a nonrefundable fee of $20.00 per set, or bidders may obtain a copy by contacting the TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS Town Clerk (porttownclerk@solarus.net) wit a valid email address and a pdf can be sent to bidders. TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS does not accept responsibility for incomplete or non-deliverable emails. PREQUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS BIDDER may be asked to submit evidence of BIDDER's qualifications to do this type of work in the State of Wisconsin prior to the award of the contract. Bids will not be accepted from any BIDDER listed on TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS or the State of Wisconsin Disapproved, Suspended, and Debarred Contractors list or the Federal Excluded Parties List. SUBMITTAL OF BIDS Bidders shall submit bids in a separate sealed envelope for the contract to the Town of Port Edwards, 2000 Town Rd G, Port Edwards, WI 54457. Bids will be received until 6:00 PM local time, prior to the monthly Town of Port Edwards Town Meeting on Thursday May 28, 2020, OR by mail to the Town of Port Edwards Town Clerk, Michelle Sorenson, 236 Nessa Lane, Nekoosa, WI 54457. The bids will be opened following the closing of the bidding at 6:00 PM local time, Thursday May 28, 2020 at the monthly Town meeting at Town of Port Edwards, 2000 Town Rd G Port Edwards, WI 54457. PROPOSAL AND CONTRACT AGREEMENTS No bid shall be considered unless accompanied by the Proposal Agreement fully executed by the bidder. The bidder that is awarded the contract agrees to execute the contract agreement within five (5) days after the Notice of Award, begin work no later than five (5) days after written Notice to Proceed, and complete all work included under the terms of the contract in the allotted time. Run: May 14 & 21, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Town of Wilson, Sanitary District no. 1 Lake Shore Pump Station - Replace Pump 3 Owner and Work: The Town of Wilson hereby gives notice that sealed public bids will be received for Replacement of the roof and related work for the Town of Wilson, Sanitary District no. 1. The majority work of this contract is generally described as follows: Replace Pump no. 3 at the 3202 Lake Shore Drive Pump Station, Sheboygan WI 53081 Flygt Model NP-3202.095 1050007 (no substitutions or equals) materials delivered 6" volute Submersible pump, 460 impeller 460 Volt/ 3 phase / 60 1-Iz 45 HP 1750 RPM motor 1 x 50 foot length of SUBCAB 4G16+S(2x0,5) submersible cable FLS leakage detector Time and Place of Bid Opening: Bids will be received until 12:00 PM, Local Time on Tuesday, June 15, 2020. Bids will be received at the following location: Town of Wilson Town Office, Attention: Town of Wilson Clerk, 5935 South Business Drive, Sheboygan, WI 53081. Bids received after the specified time and date will not be considered for award and returned unopened. A public opening will be held in the Town office Conference Room located in the Town office on Tuesday, June 15, 2020 at 1:30 PM Local time. Bidders are welcome, but not required to attend. Bidding Specifications: Individual Pre-bid meetings and project scope of work are available by contacting the District Administrator at the Sanitary District of Wilson via email at: kbollwahn@townwilson.com or by phone at (920) 694-0088. Bid Security: A satisfactory Bid Bond, payable to the Town of Wilson Sanitary District no. 1, WI, in an amount not less than five (5%) percent of the bid. Legal Provisions: This contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Wisconsin Statutes Section 60.47, and 779.15. The Town of Wilson, Sanitary District no. 1 reserves the right to reject any bid, cancel this solicitation, waive any informality in the bid process and award the bid deemed most advantageous to the Town of Wilson. John Ehmann Chair of Sanitary Districts Run: May 27, June 3, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS UNNAMED STREET / RIB MOUNTAIN DRIVE TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENTS TOWN OF RIB MOUNTAIN MARATHON COUNTY, WISCONSIN The Town of Rib Mountain will receive and accept bids ONLY through QuestCDN.com via the online electronic bid service (QuestvBid) for the construction of Unnamed Street / Rib Mountain Drive Traffic Improvements until 9:00 a.m., Friday, May 29, 2020. 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: Construction of turn lane and associated traffic signal modification and construction traffic control. 46 LF HDPE Storm Sewer 1,451 Ton Base Aggregate Dense 922 LF Concrete Curb & Gutter 524 Ton HMA Pavement 2,081 SF Concrete Sidewalk 1,111 LF Pavement Marking Traffic Signals (Including Temporary Signals) Construction Traffic Control The anticipated substantial completion date is September 29, 2020 and final completion date is October 13, 2020. 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 $40 by inputting Quest eBidDoc #6667512 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: Chad Grundemann, P.E., 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 bidder may withdraw his bid 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. OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Published by the authority of the Town of Rib Mountain. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 146 North Central Ave., Suite 201 Marshfield, WI 54449 Chad Grundemann, P.E. (715) 502-2586 Run: May 14 & 21, 2020 WNAXLP


Advertisement for Bids Vinland Street Pulverize and Pave Town of Oshkosh, Winnebago County, WI The Town of Oshkosh will receive sealed proposals for the Vinland Street Pulverize and Pave until 9:00am local time Thursday, June 4, 2020 at the Offices of Martenson & Eisele, Inc. at which time and place all proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. The Project consists of 1.5 Miles of Vinland Street from West Snell Road to Morgan Avenue. The project is a Multimodal Local Supplement (MLS) project. The Plans and Specifications are on file and may be examined at the office of Martenson and Eisele, Inc., 1377 Midway Road, PO Box 449, Menasha, WI 54952-0449. Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained from Martenson and Eisele, Inc. Proposals shall be prepared and submitted on the forms provided in the bid documents. All proposals shall be submitted in a sealed envelope labeled "Proposal Vinland Street Pulverize and Pave." No proposal shall be accepted after 9:00am on Thursday June 4. No bid will be received unless accompanied by a certified check or bid bond equal to at least 5% but not more than 10% of the bid payable to Town of Oshkosh as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the Bidder will execute and file the Contract, Bond and Certificate of Insurance within fifteen days after the award of the Contract. If the successful Bidder so files the Contract, Bond and Certificate of Insurance, the Owner shall return the check or bond upon execution of the Contract. If the Bidder fails to file the Contract, Bond and Certificate of Insurance, the amount of the check or bid bond shall be forfeited to Town of Oshkosh as liquidated damages. No bid shall be withdrawn after the opening of the bids, without the consent of the Owner, for a period of thirty (30) days after the scheduled time for closing of the bids. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities in the bidding. Engineers: Martenson & Eisele, Inc. 1377 Midway Road Menasha, WI. 54952 (920) 731-0381 or 1-800-236-0381 Jeannette Merten Town of Oshkosh Clerk RUN: May 21, 28, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received by the Brown County Highway Department at the Main Highway Shop Office at 2198 Glendale Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54303, until 2:00 p.m., Thursday, May 28, 2020, for the following equipment: ONE (1) TRAILER-MOUNTED VACUUM EXCAVATOR The Public Works Department reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted, or to accept any part or combination thereof, to waive any technicalities, and to accept any proposal deemed most advantageous to Brown County. Proposals shall be submitted on Brown County Public Works Department forms and specifications; which may be obtained by accessing the Brown County website @ www.browncountywi.gov/Departments/Public Works/Highway/Bids & RFP's. Any proposal submitted after the date and time specified will be rejected. A certified check, cashier's check, or bid bond payable to the Brown County Public Works Department in the amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the quotation, shall accompany each quotation as a guarantee that if the quotation is accepted, the proposer will carry out the provisions of the proposal. * Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, the public bid opening will be held via conference call on Thursday, May 28th at 2:00 p.m. FOR: BROWN COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT BY: PAUL A. FONTECCHIO, P.E. Highway Commissioner / Director Run: May 19, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROPOSALS DOOR COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT Sealed proposals will be received by the Door County Highway Department at 1001 S. Duluth Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 until 8:00 AM, June 10, 2020, for the following items. Item 1. Furnishing approximately 3190 Tons Hot Mix Asphalt Material, Type 3MT, for the Door County CTH C project. Item 2. Furnishing approximately 680 tons of Hot Mix Asphalt Material, Type 4MT for the Town of Baileys Harbor, Summit Road project. The Hot Mix Asphalt Material shall be loaded onto County Trucks for delivery to the job site. Door County reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted, or to accept any part or combination thereof, to waive any technicalities, and to accept any proposal deemed most advantageous to the County. This work is being bid to comply with the State of Wisconsin, Local Road Improvement Program which is being used to fund Items 1-2. Proposals shall be submitted on forms provided by Door County, 1001 S. Duluth Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Copies of same, along with specifications may be obtained from the County Highway Department. Any proposal submitted after the date and time specified will be rejected. FOR: Door County Highway Department BY: John P. Kolodziej, Highway Commissioner Run: May 27 & June 3, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR SEALED BIDS Subject: Bid No. B21-0103A East Campus Drive Improvements Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Green Bay, Wisconsin Northeast Wisconsin Technical College will receive stipulated sum proposals for furnishing all labor and material called out in the Drawings and Project Manual for the above-mentioned project until 2:00 p.m. CST on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. NWTC intends to award a contract to the lowest responsible bidder meeting specifications on a fixed fee and stipulated sum price the contractor is required to bid where indicated on the NWTC bid form. Sealed Bids should be mailed or emailed to the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, District Office, 2740 W. Mason St., Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303. If sent by mail, Bids should be addressed to Purchasing Department, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, 2740 W. Mason St., Green Bay, WI 54303. If sent by email, bids should be sent to Proposals@nwtc.edu. Any proposal received without the subject line of the email not properly and clearly marked may result in the proposal being rejected. It is the responsibility of the bidder to ensure the proposal is received on time. Any proposals received after the specified due date and time will be rejected. Late proposals will be rejected unopened, regardless of the degree of lateness or the reasons for lateness, including reasons beyond the control of the supplier. Bids will be opened at a public opening immediately after the bid due time and read aloud via a virtual meeting. If you would like to attend the public bid opening please send a email to proposals@nwtc.edu to obtain a link to the virtual meeting before 10:00 AM CST on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. The project is located at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The scope of work includes milling existing bituminous pavement, grading, curb & gutter, concrete sidewalk, asphalt pavement, and landscaping. Complete digital project bidding documents will be available at www.questcdn.com after 4:00 pm, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. You may download the digital plan documents for a non-refundable fee of $25 by entering eBidDoc #7073465 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 digital project information. An optional paper set of project documents is also available for a nonrefundable fee (at the expense of the bidder), contact Blue Print Service Company, Inc. at 920-733-4539 located in Appleton and Green Bay or by visiting their website www.blueprintservice.com. Prequalifications are required for this project and due to the engineer within 5 calendar days of the advertised bid date. NWTC supports the promotion and development of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) firms and encourages such firms to participate in the invitation to bid on this and other college projects. Bid Security is required. The accepted Bidder(s) will be required to provide a Performance, Labor and Material Payment Bond, and a Certificate of Insurance listing NWTC as "additional insured". Bids must be guaranteed for a minimum period of sixty days from the date of bid opening. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Contract award is contingent upon funds availability, budget considerations and any Federal or State public health orders. Run: May 24 & 31, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT TO BID The County of Winnebago, Wisconsin, a tax-exempt municipal corporation under Wisconsin Statute 77.54(9a), will receive sealed bids up to 2:45 p.m. on June 4, 2020, in the Winnebago County Purchasing Office, Oshkosh, WI 54901, for the following: RFB #PV02-20 CORRIDOR KITCHEN ALTERATIONS - Winnebago County is seeking bids from qualified contractors to complete alterations to (8) corridor kitchenettes to accommodate new range hoods. Contractors may obtain copies of the Bid Documents form DemandStar at www.demandstar.com. If you are not a member of DemandStar, please contact the Purchasing Department for information on how to sign up free of charge. This Winnebago County bid is only available through the DemandStar website. Bids must be filed in the Winnebago County Purchasing Dept, no later than 2:45 p.m., central time, June 4, 2020. Bids received after the above hour and date, will be returned unopened to the bidder. All bids must be sealed in an envelope with the bidder's name and address. The appropriate bid number, RFB#PV02-20 must be printed in the lower left-hand corner of the envelope. A certified check, cashier's check, or bid bond, payable to Winnebago County in an amount of five percent (5%) of the bid amount must accompany the bid as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract within ten (10) days after award of the contract. Contractor shall furnish a Public Improvement Performance/Labor and Materials Payment Bond pursuant to Sec. 779.14 WI Statutes, with a surety duly authorized to and licensed to do business in the State of Wisconsin for use and benefit of claimants in an amount not less than the contract sum. Prevailing Wage Rates do not apply to this project. Bids will be opened and read aloud at 3:00 p.m., Central Time, June 4, 2020 in the 1st Floor Conference Room, Room 119, in the Winnebago County Administration Bldg., 112 Otter Avenue, Oshkosh, WI. If the building is still closed to the public due to COVID-19, you can listen to the bid opening live by calling (920) 232-7700 and ender participant code 57320814. Winnebago County is not liable for any costs incurred in replying to this request. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to accept the bid(s) considered most advantageous to Winnebago County. Requests for additional information should be directed to the Purchasing department, 112 Otter Ave., Oshkosh, WI 54901, (920) 232-3427, or lforbes@co.winnebago.wi.us. Run: May 18, 25, 2020 WNAXLP


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AGENDA EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD May 18, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD WILL MEET ON MONDAY, MAY 18, 2020 AT 7:00PM 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. Maximum of 10 minutes. 7. APPLICATION FOR ORIGINAL ALCOHOL LICENSE FOR RED OAK WINERY LOCATED AT 5781 HWY 42, LOCATED IN CARLSVILLE. 8. REQUEST FROM DOOR COUNTY TAVERN LEAGUE. 9. FUTURE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING DATE. 10. REPORTS: A. PLANNING COMMISSION B. TOWN ROADS C. LICENSES, BUILDING & SIGN PERMITS 11. TOWN HALL, BUILDINGS & GROUNDS, TOWN PROPERTY TO INCLUDE FUTURE RENTALS. 12. JOINT TOWN AND VILLAGE MATTERS A. FIRE STATION/BALL FIELD/ CEMETERY B. FIRE COMMISSION C. RECYCLING PROGRAM 13. CORRESPONDENCE 14. APPROVE VOUCHERS 15. ADJOURNMENT PAUL PETERSON, CHAIRMAN TAKE NOTE THAT ALL ITEMS ON THE FOLLOWING MATTERS MAY BE REVIEWED AND ACTED ON.DUE TO COVID-19 THE TOWN HALL WILL BE PRACTICING THE 6' SOCIAL DISTANCING! 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. Please note that, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. Contact Pam Krauel, Clerk for any questions at (920)743-6141. Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


AGENDA GREEN BAY METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT COMMISSION MEETING May 27, 2020 Via Zoom Videoconference (If a member of the public or a customer would like to participate in the meeting, 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) Safety moment. 2) 2019 financial audit. 3) Introduce the new LTE Public Information Technician, Hannah Malmberg. 4) Convene in closed session under State Statute 19.85 (1) (c) for the purpose of considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility; 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 under 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) Consultation with auditors regarding employee evaluation b) Discussion of negotiation strategy concerning a potential industrial customer c) Potential litigation resulting from the failure of the granulated activated carbon system of the fluidized bed incinerator 5) Reconvene in open session. 6) Approval of minutes of Commission meeting held April 22, 2020. 7) April financials. 8) Request Commission approval of revisions to and extension of temporary modifications to NEW Water's paid leave policies. 9) Request Commission approval to award the construction contract for the De Pere Facility Influent Pumping Station HVAC Rehabilitation Project #20-012-CO to Hurckman Mechanical Industries, Inc. in the amount of $142,680. 10) Request Commission approval to issue multiple purchase orders under the authority of the Executive Director to identify, remove, and dispose of hazardous materials associated with abandoned structures for the De Pere Facility Solids Demolition Project #17-028-CO1 at a total cost not to exceed $245,000. 11) Request Commission approval to award the construction contract for the De Pere Facility Solids Demolition Project #17-028-CO2 to Brandenburg Industrial Service Company in the amount of $820,000. 12) Request Commission approval to enter into an agreement with Robert E. Lee & Associates, Inc. to provide construction related engineering services for the De Pere Facility Solids Demolition Project #17-028-CS in the amount of $153,892. 13) Sewer plan approvals: a) Village of Hobart Contract No. 2320-20-06; GBMSD Request #2020-14 b) Town of Lawrence Project #L0017-9-20-00223; GBMSD Request #2020-15 14) Update of projects: a) Contract 35 Solids Building 300 Demolition b) De Pere Facility Electrical Distribution and Emergency Generator 15) April 2020 Operations report. 16) Executive Director's report: a) June Commission meeting b) Kayli Van Effen was promoted to WWTP Operator c) Watershed Programs Department update d) COVID-19 sampling e) COVID-19 paid leave statistics f) COVID-19 response update g) Emergency Delegation Order h) Results of General Obligation Bonds refinancing Run: May 26, 2020 WNAXLP


ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSES Kulraj S. Grewal, BK Oil, Inc., has applied for a Class "A" Beer License and a "Class A" Liquor License for the premises located at 421 State Highway 73, Nekoosa. Diane M. Tremmel Village Clerk Run: May 19, 20, 21 2020 WNAXLP


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An Ordinance to Repeal Chapter 23 Offroad Motorcycles Ordinance Ordinance No. 188-05-2020 The Kewaunee County Promotion, Parks and Maintenance Committee considered and hereby recommends the repeal of Chapter 23 of the Kewaunee County Civil Code of Ordinances. The Kewaunee County Board of Supervisors, duly assembled this 19th day of May 2020, hereby repeals the Offroad Motorcycles Ordinance, Chapter 23 of the Kewaunee County Civil Code of Ordinances. This repeal ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication. This Ordinance, in its entirety, may be obtained from the Kewaunee County Clerk's (920-388-7133), 810 Lincoln St., Kewaunee, WI 54216. /s/Jamie Annoye, Kewaunee County Clerk Run: May 28, 2020 WNAXLP


ANNUAL INSPECTION NOTICE OF THE OUTAGAMIE COUNTY DRAINAGE DISTRICTS DRAINS AND CORRIDORS Owners of property located within the Drainage Districts of Bovina/Black Creek, Center Valley, Center/Grand Chute, Duck Creek, Freedom, North Liberty, Oneida/Hobart, and Vandenbroek please be advised that the Outagamie County Drainage Board will be conducting the annual drainage ditch and corridor inspections, per Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection Code (ATCP) 48.12 & 48.14, starting in May, 2020 and continuing until completion. Inspections and general maintenance may occur during evening hours. Landowners are also requested to remove any locks/barriers placed on entrances to the legal drain corridor to allow access. Landowner and land users may accompany the inspection under ATCP 48.14 (1) and may submit comments related to the performance of the district drainage system to the Outagamie County Drainage Board, 320 S Walnut St, Appleton WI 54911. Questions may be directed to Al Kramer, Jr. at 920-841-9392 or Greg Nettekoven at 920-470-7659. Al Kramer Jr. President, Outagamie County Drainage Board Run: May 10 & 16, 2020 WNAXLP


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APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Parallel 44 Vineyard & Winery, Inc. (d/b/a Door 44 Winery, Maria E. Milano, Agent), has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a retail Class B Wine license as a bonded winery to sell wine for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated at 5464 County Road P, Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin. Dated: May 18, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County WI Run: May 23. 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Cory A. Lehman, d/b/a Mill Supper Club LLC, residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a combination retail Class B license to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4128 State Highway 42/57, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Dated May 4, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County WI Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE To whom it concern: I hereby certify that: ANDERMEYER LLC (EDGARDO ANDERSON, AGENT) residing on Washington Island, WI has applied to the Town Board for a retail Class"B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" License to sell wine for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021 at the building and premises known as THE PETIT BISTRO situated at 1350 Airport Road Washington Island, WI 54246 Dated April 22, 2020 Valerie M. Carpenter, Town Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE To whom it may concern: I hereby certify that: DEER RUN GOLF RESORT, LLC, (TRUDY HELEN SCHELITZCHE, AGENT), residing on Washington Island, WI has applied to the Town Board for a retailClass "B" License to Sell fermented malt beverages for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and end- ing June 30, 2021 at the building known as DEER RUN GOLF RESORT situated on Main and Michigan Roads, Washington Island, WI 54246 Dated May 1, 2020 Valerie M. Carpenter Town Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 6, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Grandma Tommy's LLC (Steven J. Laubenstein, Agent), residing Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a retail combination Class B license to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated at 4020 State Hwy 42-57, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Dated: May 27, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County WI Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Kay Haen and Dennis Schartner, d/b/a Institute Saloon, residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, have applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a retail combination Class B license to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4599 State Hwy 57, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Dated: May 15, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County WI Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE To whom it may concern: I hereby certify that: KOYEN COLLECTIONS LLC (KENNETH W KOYEN, AGENT) residing on Washington Island, WI has applied to the Town Board for a retail Class "B"License to sell fermented malt beverages and reserve "Class B" liquor license for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021 at the building and premises known as the K.K. FISKE STORE-THE GRANARY, THE KOYEN COLLECTION situated at 1177 Main Road, Washington Island, WI 54246 Dated May 19, 2020 Valerie M. Carpenter Town Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 23, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE To whom it may concern: I hereby certify that: SHIPYARD ISLAND MARINA, INC, (THOMAS NIKOLAI, AGENT), Residing on Washington Island, WI has applied to the Town Board for a retailer's Class" B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a reserve "Class B" Liquor License to sell intoxicating liquor for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the premises known as SAILOR'S PUB RESTAURANT, Situated at 1475 South Shore Drive, Washington Island, WI 54246 Dated: MAY 19, 2020 Valerie M. Carpenter Town Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 23, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: THE WASHINGTON HOTEL & STUDIO, LLC (JEAN H KOKES, AGENT) on Washington Island, WI, has applied to the Town Board for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" wine, and also a retailer "Class A" liquor license for the period beginning on July 1, 2020 and ending on June 30, 2021 at the building known as HOTEL WASHINGTON situated at 354 Range Line Rd., Washington Island, WI 54246. Dated: April 27, 2020 Valerie M. Carpenter, Town Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE To whom it may concern: I hereby certify that: KENNETH KOYEN residing on Washington Island, WI has applied to the Town Board for a retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and reserve "Class B" liquor license for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021 at the building and premises known as the K.K. FISKE STORE-THE GRANARY situated at 1177 Main Road, Washington Island, WI 54246 Dated May 4, 2020 Valerie M. Carpenter Town Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE To whom it concern: I hereby certify that: SAWASKO ENTERPRISES, INC (PATRICIA SAWOSKO, AGENT) residing on Washington Island, WI has applied to the Town Board for a retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" License to sell wine for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021 at the building and premises known as THE ALBRATROSS DRIVE-IN AND TIKI BAR situated at 777 Main Road, Washington Island, WI 54246 Dated May 7, 2020 Valerie M. Carpenter Town Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 13, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Birmingham's Bar & Cottages, LLC, d/b/a Birmingham's (Brad Birmingham, Agent), residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a retail combination Class B license to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021 at the building situated on 4709 Bay Shore Drive, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.. Dated: May 26, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County, WI Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Birmingham's Quarry Stop, LLC, d/b/a Birmingham's Quarry Stop, (Brad Birmingham, Agent), residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a retail combination Class A license to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors license for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4710 Bay Shore Drive, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Dated: May 26, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County, WI Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Glidden Lodge Restaurant, Inc., (Timothy J. Zellner, Agent), d/b/a Donny's Glidden Lodge Restaurant, Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a retail combination Class B license to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4670 Glidden Drive, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Dated: May 11, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk-Town of Sevastopol Door County, Wisconsin Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Red Oak Winery, (Nicholas Wagener) residing in Appleton Wisconsin, has applied to the TOWN OF EGG HARBOR for a retail CLASS B Winery License for the period beginning June 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2020, at the building situated at: 5781 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor, WI. Dated: May 12, 2020 Pam E. Krauel, Clerk Town of Egg Harbor, Door County WI Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that The Hitching Post Bar & Grill LLC (Andrew Ripp, Agent), has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a combination retail Class B license to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4849 Glidden Drive, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Dated: May 18, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County, WI Run: May 23, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE To whom it may concern: I hereby certify that: ROBIN M. DITELLO residing on Washington Island, WI, has applied to the Town Board for a retail Class " B" License to sell fermented malt beverages And "Class B" Liquor License to sell intoxicating liquor for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021 at the building known as NELSEN'S HALL BITTERS PUB AND RESTAURANT, situated at 1201 Main Road, Washington Island, WI 54246. Dated: May 7, 2020 Valerie M. Carpenter Town Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 13, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that Valmy Happy Hour, Inc. (Kirk Volkmann, Agent, residing in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin), has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a combination retail Class B license to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4418 Whitefish Bay Road, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Dated: May 27, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County WI Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that American Petroleum, LLC, Himashu Goel (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 211 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-7-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that bh Canvas LLC, Wendi Sue Carter (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class C Wine for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 136 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-15-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Carter Holdings, LLC, Wendi Sue Carter (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 253 N. 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-15-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that DC Fire Co. LLC, Kenneth B. Glasheen (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 38 S. Third Ave., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-13-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Door County Resort Management, Nancy Hateman-Bertz (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 107 N 1st Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-14-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Greystone Castle, LLC, Greg Melvin Ebel (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 8 N. Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-13-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Hot Tamales, LLC, Lee Ann Krause (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class C Wine for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 26 E. Oak Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-12-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that IMBN, Inc., Abby K. Hess (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1009 S Oxford Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-7-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Jandu Oil, Inc, Parvinder S. Jandu (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 253 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-15-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Kenneth Steven Schultz residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1207 Rhode Island St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-20-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Kippis LLC, Wendi Sue Carter (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 23 W. Oak Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-15-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that L & P Convenient Store Sturgeon Bay, LLC, Terra Ann Grovogel (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1130 Green Bay Road, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-11-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Laura Silvia Rodriguez residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1449 Green Bay Road Suite 2, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-13-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that LaVines Inc, Joseph D. LaVine (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 825 Egg Harbor Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated May 4, 2020. Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Marchant's Meat & Sausage LLC, Mark A. Marchant (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 51 Green Bay Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-7-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that McCartney & Company LTD, Diana Jean McCartney (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 125927 Madison Ave., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-4-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Nightengale Supper Club, Inc., David G. Ripp (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1541 Egg Harbor Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Dated 5-4-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Nsighttel Wireles, LLC, Maureen Riordan-Haese (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class C Wine for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 67 E. Maple Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-11-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that NTAJ VWJ residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class C Wine for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 50 S. 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-11-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that P.V.C.N. Inc., Michelle Jean Pfannenstiel (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1217 N 14th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-12-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Parvinder S. Jandu residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1767 Egg Harbor Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-15-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Parvinder S. Jandu residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 154 N 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-15-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Parvinder S. Jandu residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 222 S Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-15-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Phill Mart of Sturgeon Bay, Inc, Donna Sue Lockie (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1009 Egg Harbor Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-6-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Poh's Corner Pub, LLC, Kim Marie Poh (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 164 N 3rd Ave., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-1-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Scaturos Baking Co. & Cute, Robert Stephen Scaturo (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class C Wine for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 19 Green Bay Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-11-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Shipyard Partners, LLC, Theodore J. Balistreri(Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 215 Quincy Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-20-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Sonny's Pizzeria, LLC, Laura Estes (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 129 N Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-11-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Sturgeon Bay Red Room, LLC, Nicholas K. Hoffman (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 66 S 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-14-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club, Inc, Laura Lee Olson (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 600 Nautical Drive, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-11-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that T & C Markets Inc DBA Tadychs Econo Foods, Jon Robert Calhoun (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1250 N 14th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-19-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Target Corporation, Benjamin Ronald Hubing (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 410 S. Ashland Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-11-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that The S-Stop Inc., Kevin John Schartner (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 922 S Duluth Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-11-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Third Avenue Playhouse, Inc, Robert Boles (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 239 North 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-14-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Trattoria DalSanto LLC, Michael Anthony DalSanto (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 117 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-19-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Wal-Mart STores East, LP, Debra Jean Ebben (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1536 Egg Harbor Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 4-21-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Wisconsin CVS Pharmacy, LLC, Amanda Moll (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class A Beer and Class A Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 1407 Egg Harbor Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-13-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Woldt's Corner Pub, Inc., Jennifer Lee Woldt (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 911 Green Bay Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 5-6-20 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Alexander's of Door County Inc. Bruce Alexander, Agent "Class B" Combo Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3667 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Alpaca to Apparel LLC/Alpaca to Apparel Benjamin Kornowski, Agent "Class A" and Class "A" Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4185 Main Street, Fish Creek, WI. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Bad Eleven Provisions, LLC / Bison Bison Scott Schmitz, Agent Class "A" and "Class A" Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4149 Hwy 42 #2 and #3, Fish Creek, WI. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Blind Dog Inc/Juniper's Gin Joint Stacy Wodack, Agent "Class B" Combo Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4172 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: DLD Enterprises LLC/Barringers Ronald C. Schoenfeld Jr., Agent "Class B" Combo Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9423 Spruce Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Dockside Enterprises Inc./Bayside Tavern Elaine J. MacDonald, Agent "Class B" Combo Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021 at the building situated on 4160 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Door Inc./English Inn Randall J. Daubner, Agent "Class B" Combo Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3713 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Fish Creek Campground & RV LLC Cary Lauritzen, Agent "Class A" and Class "A" Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3709 Cty. F. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Gallant Management Group, LLC/Settlement Courtyard Inn Ryan Gallant, Agent Class "B" Beer License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9126 Highway 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Gibraltar Grill, Inc./Gibraltar Grill Thomas M. Young, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" Wine License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3993 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Greenwood Supper Club Inc./Greenwood Supper Club Susan G. Kwaterski, Agent "Class B" Combo Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9087 County A. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Hands On Studios Inc./Hands On Art Studio Karon Ohm, Agent Class "B" Beer License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3655 Peninsula Players Road. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Hide Side Ltd./Hide Side Corner Store Michael C. Surges, Agent "Class A" and Class "A" Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9413 Highway 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Jacobson Enterprises Inc./ Fish Creek BP Sharon Jacobson, Agent "Class A" and Class "A" Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3871 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Lagniappe of Door County LLC/Lagniappe "Class A" Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9341 Spring Road Unit B-18. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Lautenbach's Orchard Country Inc./ Orchard Country Winery & Market Robert Lautenbach, Agent Class "B" Beer License "Class B" Winery residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021 at the building situated on 9197 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Loretta Robertoy/Hyline Orchard "Class A" and Class "A" Liquor License residing in Door County, Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 8240 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: MOJO Real Enterprises II LLC/Villaggios Kimberly A. Jensen, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4240 Juddville Road. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Peninsula Gun Club Inc./Peninsula Gun Club William Pinkham, Agent Class "B" License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3702 Juddville Road. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Peninsula Players Theatre Foundation Inc./Peninsula Players Brian C. Kelsey, Agent "Class B" Combo Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4351 Peninsula Players Road. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Peterson of Door County Inc./Pelletiers Restaurant & Fish Boil Matthew D. Peterson, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4199 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Salt + Cedar, LLC/Fish Creek Market Eric Algrem, Agent "Class A" and Class "A" Liquor License residing in Door County, Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4164 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Solomon & Zacek, Inc./Julie's Park Cafe & Motel Inc. Nora Lee Zacek, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4020 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Summer Kitchen Inc./Fish Creek Grill Saturnino Jauregui, Agent "Class B" Combo Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3931 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Taco Cerveza LLC/Taco Cerveza Travis Ward, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4149 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: The Cookery Inc./The Cookery Richard A. Skare, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4135 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Unkefer Inc/Wild Tomato Wood Fired Pizza & Grille John B. Unkefer, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4023 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: W.G.I. Inc./White Gull Inn Meredith Coulson-Kanter, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 4225 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: Whistling Swan Hotel Inc./Whistling Swan Inn & Restaurant William K. Tressler, Agent Class "B" and "Class C" Wine License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021 at the building situated on 4192 Main Street. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: White Cottage Red Door LLC/ White Cottage Red Door Jessica Ann Hadraba, Agent "Class A" and Class "A" Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 8813 Hwy. 42. Dated May 26, 2020 (Signed) Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM FRIDAY MAY 8, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Chef's Hat residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" License to sell wine, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3063 Church Street, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 8, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM FRIDAY MAY 8, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Good Eggs LLC residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" License to sell wine, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9820 Brookside Lane, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 8, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM FRIDAY MAY 8, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Joe Jo's Pizza and Gelato LLC residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" License to sell wine, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 10420 N. Water Street, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 8, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM FRIDAY MAY 8, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Pearl Wine Cottage LLC residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" License to sell wine, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3058 Church Street, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 8, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM FRIDAY MAY 8, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Somerset Inn & Suites residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 10401 N. Water Street, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 8, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM FRIDAY MAY 8, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Summer Kitchen Restaurant residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" License to sell wine, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 10425 N. Water Street, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 8, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM TUESDAY MAY 26, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hillside Inn residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9980 Water Street, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 26, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM TUESDAY MAY 26, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Isely Coffee Roasters residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 3055 Church Street #23, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 26, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


Application for Liquor License VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM TUESDAY MAY 26, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Trixie's LLC residing in the Village of Ephraim, Door County, WI has applied to the Ephraim Board of Trustees for retail Class "B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and a retail "Class C" License to sell wine, for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9996 Pioneer Lane, Ephraim, WI 54211. Done in the Village of Ephraim, on May 26, 2020. Andrea Collak Village Clerk/Treasurer Run May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


Applications for Liquor License To Whom It May Concern I hereby certify that Jeremiah Jennerman, D/B/A Chaudoir's Dock residing in the Town of Union, Door County, Wisconsin has applied to the Town of Union for a retail "Class B" License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period June 11, 2020 to June 30, 2020 and a period ending June 30, 2021, at the building located at 10863 County Road N, Brussels, WI 54204. Dated, May27, 2020 Rena LaLuzerne, Clerk Run: May 27, 2020 WNAXLP


April 15, 2020 Luxemburg-Casco School District Regular School Board Meeting Intermediate School Conference Room The meeting was called to order at 7:00 P.M. by President Mike Driedric. Also attending in person were board members Tim Kinnard, Chris Worachek, Bob Berceau, Linda Jonet, Cary Dequaine, David Delain, Superintendent Glenn Schlender and Cory Romdenne, and via remote video conference, the attached list of attendees. Mike Driedric opened the meeting with attendees reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Cary Dequaine motioned and Linda Jonet seconded to approve the agenda. Motion passed 7-0. The next meeting dates of May 20th, June 17th and July 15th were announced. Open Forum: Diane Engels addressed the Board regarding graduation concerns, hoping there would be a commitment to try to have a ceremony later if a regular graduation could not happen, similar to assurances given to have a Prom later. She also asked to have alternative options considered. Diane also expressed concerns over the grading guidelines being used and would like the district to consider using a grading system similar to what the Green Bay district adopted, which is a hold-harmless grading system, pass-fail, or letter grades as opted by each student for each course. Diane also commented on the lack of adequate internet service in parts of the district for home schooling, especially when parents also work from home and/or there are numerous students in the household needing to use the internet. Lastly, she raised the possibility of assigning less homework so students don't get frustrated or lose hope of succeeding. Jeff Frey addressed the Board with concerns of assessing students during this virtual learning time. He questioned the validity of the test, also concerned about students ability to access the information via the internet. Kristen Heurkens brought up the awards ceremony for students, especially senior recognitions and also a graduation ceremony before students left for college, jobs, etc. She also commented on the problem of on-line learning, inconsistent instructions given, and conflict of classes being held through Zoom at the same time. Denise Kaussen stated there is poor internet service, problems with two students trying to use it at the same time, the amount of work assigned, and an issue of some emails to teachers not being answered timely. Board/Administration Opening Comments: Linda Janet gave a shout out to the staff and said they are doing a great job during these trying times. Glenn Schlender commented on the great job all administrators, teachers and staff were doing, including all the meals being made and delivered. Bob Berceau commented that the Kewaunee district delivered 2 or 3 days of meals at a time, reducing the district delivery problems. Luxemburg-Casco currently delivers approximately 300 meals per day. Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Bob Berceau to approve the March 18th Regular School Board Meeting, the March 18th Closed Session Minutes. Motion passed on a 7-0 vote. Motion by Chris Worachek and seconded by Cary Dequaine to approve the Financial Statement. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Motion by Linda Janet and seconded by Cary Dequaine to approve the Monthly Bills and Receipts. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Cary Dequaine to approve the Monthly Bills and Receipts. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Discussion Items: Mike Frailing of Nexus reported on the progress of the building updates. The concern is the gym vestibule entrance, and also concerns of possible scratching of the floor. It was believed any marring could be buffed out, and carpet tiles could solve issues at the gym entrance. Nia DuBois gave the quarterly report of the police liaison activity. Dave Delain questioned the cost of the liaison officers since school is not in session. Glenn Schlender said he would contact the Kewaunee County Sheriff Department concerning billings. A discussion of the district's response to the school closure, including assessing students, summer school, grading, and graduation was led by Mike Snowberry and Glenn Schlender. Mike Driedric made numerous comments regarding the DPI recommendations and concerns the district was not following the recommendations. He also stated he like the grading model the Green Bay School District adopted. Summer school is an unknown due to a lack of information regarding when or if the state would allow summer school. Also transportation of students would be a concern. How to get teachers to teach at summer school, the plans to prevent learning regression, and adopt remedial learning are all concerns. Lastly, it was stated a graduation ceremony and an awards ceremony WILL be held. The date, location, and ceremony specifics will have to be determined in the future. Update of the Lakeshore Educational Alternative Program was given by Troy Haws, Mike Snowberry, and Glenn Schlender. It was suggested the Curriculum and Policy Committee meet to discuss the program. Laura Gallenberger of Kewaunee School District should be involved also. An update of the competitive bidding process for the proposed Agri-Science Building stated two firms planned to submit bids to the Board at a special meeting in May. The bids are to be a design-build plan. Tim Kinnard stated the contracts needed to state the builders would meet all codes and make any corrections needed at their expense. A public discussion of requesting waiver for the DPI for required hours of instruction, and also the requirement to evaluate certain teachers under Education Effectiveness was held. Diane Engels stated she would like the district to follow the Green Bay School District method of grading for the last quarter. Administrators reported on the status of the teachers they needed to evaluate. This will be an action item later in the meeting. Administrative Reports: see attachments. Also, several administrators reported on surveys they sent to parents regarding internet instruction, teacher/student interaction time, grading, etc. Concerns regarding the related arts classes, equity, special needs students, and all students staying safe and healthy. Madelyn Leppiao, student representative, stated there are concerns regarding the grading system. She said students prefer to have a no-loss system similar to Green Bay. She said personally the on-line lectures have gone well but she does have good internet access. Board Reports/Action Proposed options were considered for Intermediate, Middle, and High School parent pick-up and drop off. Motion by Bob Berceau and seconded by Cary Dequaine to approve Option 2 of the plan presented via maps. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Consideration of approval to changes of grading and assessing students related to the school closure this spring. Motion by Dave Delain and seconded by Tim Kinnard to table the issue. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Consideration of approval of changes to graduation requirements related to the school closure in spring of 2020. The consideration died for lack of a motion. Consideration of approval of changes to the school calendar related to the school closure of spring 2020. Motion by Bob Berceau and seconded by Cary Dequaine to table the consideration to a special May Board meeting. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Consideration of approval for changes to summer school related to the closure of the spring 2020 school year. Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Bob Berceau to table the consideration to the special May Board meeting. Motion passed 7-0. Consideration of approval of a resolution regarding requesting a waiver of state requirements for hours of instruction, and also teacher evaluation via Educator Effectiveness. Motion by Linda Jonet to approve the consideration, seconded by Bob Berceau. Motion passed 7-0. Resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of $1,695,000 taxable (convertible to tax-exempt) general obligation bonds. Rates locked at 2.39%, this is a re-finance of the 2011 Honeywell energy savings bond. Savings of $12,000 per year for 10 years. Motion by Chris Worachek, seconded by Linda Jonet. Motion passed 7-0. Consideration of approval of costs to transfer Intermediate School emergency lighting from a battery system to the emergency generator. Motion by Linda Jonet, seconded by Tim Kinnard to accept the bid of Van Den Huevel Electric at a cost of $36,450. Motion passed 7-0. Consideration of the approval of an estimated cost to add lighting at the Intermediate School bus loop for parking, and an estimated cost of $22,000. Motion by Bob Berceau and seconded by Chris Worachek to approve the estimated cost. Motion passed on a 7-0 vote. Consideration of approval of budget recommendations for the 2020-2021 school year. Motion by Bob Berceau and seconded by Tim Kinnard to approve and move forward with recommendation #4 (alternative high school staffing and related costs at $68,000) and #6 (increased cost to replace current 7-12 EL teacher at $30,000). Items 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 8 may be posted as openings. Items 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 8 will go to the Curriculum and Policy Committee for further evaluation. Concerns relate to future school funding from the state. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Consideration of approval of documents related to the implementation of the Lakeshore Educational Alternative Program. Motion by Mike Driedric, seconded by Tim Kinnard to table and send to the Curriculum and Policy Committee for items a (policies, procedures, and programming, b (shared staffing agreement) c (G.E.D. Option #2 application), and d (revision to policy 5460 graduation requirements). Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Consideration of approval of scheduling a special Board meeting to interview and select a contractor for the proposed Agri-Science building. Motion by Bob Berceau and seconded by Carry Dequaine to schedule a meeting on April 29th with a 6:00 P.M. start time to conduct the interviews. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Consideration of approving paying spring coaches and advisors for spring 2020 school year. Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Chris Worachek to approve the payments. The motion passed on a roll call vote of 4-3 with Tim Kinnard, Chris Worachek, Bob Berceau, and Dave Delain voting "Yes", and Mike Driedric, Cary Dequaine, and Linda Jonet voting "No". Consideration of renewing the Career and Technical Education Coordinator agreement with CESA 7. Motion by Dave Delain and seconded by Chris Worachek to approve the agreement. Motion passed 7-0. Consideration of approving the waiver of community service requirement for members of the graduation class of 2020. Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Cary Dequaine to waive the community service requirement for the 2020 graduating class. Motion passed 7-0. Consideration of the approval of paying out unused personal days for the 2019-2020 school year. Certified staff would be paid at the substitute rate and support staff would be paid at their hourly rate. Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Cary Dequaine to approve the payout of unused personal days. Motion passed 7-0. Consideration of approval to authorize the Superintendent to accept resignation from staff members. Motion by Mike Driedric and seconded by Tim Kinnard table and send the item to the Curriculum and Policy Committee. Motion passed 7-0. Personnel Consideration of resignation/ retirements: Autumn Lensmire, Head Coach Dance Team Kaytrina Firedli, Special Ed teacher, Intermediate School Motion to accept by Tim Kinnard, seconded by Bob Berceau, motion passed 7-0. Consideration of Employment: Motion by Cary Dequaine and seconded by Tim Kinnard to approve the following for employment: Nicole Marinin full time secondary EL teacher at Masters + 30 step 15 Jessica Liebeck full time special education teacher at Masters + 30 step 1 Motion passed on a roll call vote of 6-1 with David Delain voting "No". Consideration of motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Bob Berceau to adjourn to closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(c) Wisconsin Statutes to consider employment, promotion, compensation, or performance evaluation data of employees over which the Board has jurisdiction and exercises responsibility. To wit: to consider a p_reliminary contract renewal/non-renewal matter, and compensation for employees. Motion passed on a roll call vote of 7-0 at 11:32 P.M. Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Bob Berceau to reconvene to open session at 11:44 P.M. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Bob Berceau to approve a $100 bonus each for a group of support staff. Motion passed on a vote of 7-0. Motion by Cary Dequaine and seconded by Linda Jonet to adjourn. Motion passed on a roll call vote at 11:46 P.M. Respectfully Submitted, David Delain, Clerk 5-20-2020 Run: May 27, 2020 WNAXLP


APRIL 28, 2020 Regular meeting of the Common Council was called to order by Mayor McManusat 6:00 p.m., via Zoom and Conference call. PRESENT: Mike Feirer, Nick Poeschel, Quentin Rosandich, Ken Bargender, Ed Wagner, Tom Witzel, Adam Fischer, Rebecca Spiros, Tom Buttke and Peter Hendler. EXCUSED: None The flag was saluted and the pledge given. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD Alderperson Wagner read a letter from Bill Penker of 600 S. Sycamore Avenue. He thanked the Council for resuming public meetings. The Mayor's proposal to establish a program to assist local business owners who are suffering during these hard times is commendable. There are however several issues with the plan. The extent of the need was not clearly enumerated at the April 21st meeting. How many enterprises were included in a survey, if a survey was conducted? What is the total number of enterprises and their identity that will suffer dire consequences including closure in the next 30-60 days, 60-90 days, 90-180 days and beyond? As a result of this program, will the doors of the city treasury ever close? Is this a function of city government? How does this proposal align with the contingency plan for a major economic disruption in Marshfield? What information is being developed about the cascading effects of the dire consequences, including closures on the following: (1) property tax payments; (2) sales tax; (3) room tax); (4) utility payments; (5) perpetual unemployment; (6) potential re-employment within the remaining business mix; (7) effects on local vendors serving the various enterprises; and (8) the effects on obtaining the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan and the Downtown Plan. Josh Miller read a letter from Chris and Erin Howard from Howard Properties. They thanked everyone who is considering the plan to provide financial assistance to small businesses in Marshfield. Two thousand dollars may not seem like a lot of money compared to the challenges small businesses are facing right now. However, if two thousand dollars helps a small business survive for merely another month or two or three that may buy them enough time to make it to the other side of COVID-19. CC20-078 Motion by Feirer, second by Fischer to approve the minutes of the Common Council meetings of April 14, 2020 and April 21, 2020. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried STAFF UPDATES City Administrator Barg gave an update on the COVID-19 staffing changes. He also announced that the first CIP meeting will be held on May 14th and second meeting on May 28th (if needed) at 6 pm. The Council was in agreement to meet on those dates. MAYOR'S COMMENTS None COUNCIL COMMENTS None REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES None CONSENT AGENDA CC20-079 Motion by Poeschel, second by Buttke to receive and place on file, approving all recommended actions for the items listed on the consent agenda. Meeting Minutes/Reports: Fire & Police Commission of March 11, 2020; Marshfield Utilities Commission of April 13, 2020; and Economic Development Board of April 24, 2020. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried No items were removed from the consent agenda. CC20-080 Motion by Feirer, second by Wagner to approve Budget Resolution No. 04-2020, transferring $100,000 within the Economic Development Fund from Fund Balance Applied to the Contribution Fund. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried First reading of Ordinance No. 1432, amending the legal description contained within Ordinance No. 1429. CC20-081 Motion by Witzel, second by Fischer to suspend the rules and vote on Ordinance No. 1432. Roll call vote, ayes 9 (Spiros lost connection and could not vote) Motion carried CC20-082 Motion by Witzel, second by Wagner to approve Ordinance No. 1432. Roll call vote, ayes 9 (Spiros lost connection and could not vote) Motion carried First reading of Ordinance No. 1433, Municipal Code amendment request by the City of Marshfield to amend Chapters 4, 9 & 18 in order to establish a licensing program for regulating short-term rental housing. CC20-083 Motion by Buttke, second by Feirer to approve Policy No. 3.980, Public Health Emergency Employee Travel. CC20-084 Motion by Wagner, second by Buttke to refer Policy No. 3.980 back to Human Resources. Roll call vote; ayes 9, nays 1 (Spiros) Motion carried CC20-085 Motion by Rosandich, second by Poeschel to approve revised Policy No. 3.521, Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act, retroactive to April 7, 2020. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC20-086 Motion by Hendler, second by Wagner to approve revised Policy No. 3.528, Emergency Family and Medical Leave Act, retroactive to April 7, 2020. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC20-087 Motion by Buttke, second by Rosandich to approve revised Seasonal Pay Plan effective May 1, 2020. Roll call vote; ayes 9, nays 1 (Wagner). Motion carried CC20-088 Motion by Witzel, second by Fischer to approve the rejection of the bids for a new columbarium at the City's Hillside Cemetery; and approve staff to solicit new bids and bring back to the Board of Public Works for their consideration. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC20-089 Motion by Feirer, second by Spiros to approve Beverage Operator license applications for the following persons: Michelle Alikpala, Alanna Everett, Nikita Gerdes, Jared Hopperdietzel, Rayna Loiselle, James Miller, Dakota Opelt; Kim Quattrocchi, Lindsey Riemer, and Jay Schiller. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC20-090 Motion by Feirer, second by Poeschel to approve a Class "B" Fermented Malt Beverage License (6-month) to the Marshfield Softball Association; Jessica Tisdell Agent; 513 E. 17th Street. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried CC20-091 Motion by Witzel, second by Feirer to approve the Mayor's citizen appointments to various committees, boards, and commissions. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried First reading of the appointment of Deb Johnston, 1507 N. Broadway Avenue, to the Library Board to complete a term ending April 30, 2021. CC20-092 Motion by Buttke, second by Hendler to adjourn to closed session under Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 19.85(1)(e), "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." Development agreement for housing incentive project (Prairie Run) Sale of City-owned property at East 8th Street and Hemlock Avenue AND Closed session pursuant to 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 Consideration of status and possible resolutions for litigation related to employment claims of a City employee Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 7:10 p.m.) Motion carried The sale of City-owned property at East 8th Street and Hemlock Avenue was not discussed. Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Rosandich, Bargender, Wagner, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, Buttke, and Hendler, Mayor McManus, City Administrator Barg, City Attorney Wolfgram, and City Staff (Dan Knoeck, Josh Miller, Jen Rachu, and Deb Hall). The Mayor recused himself from the portion of the closed session that discussed a Development Agreement for housing incentive project, Prairie Run. President Witzel chaired the meeting at this point. Dan Knoeck and Josh Miller left the closed session at 7:30 p.m. Mayor McManus assumed the chair at 7:30 p.m. CC20-093 Motion by Witzel, second by Wagner to return to open session. Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 8:01 p.m.) Motion carried No action was taken in open session regarding the closed session item. Future Agenda Items Update on junk properties in the City of Marshfield Motion by Bargender, second by Spiros to adjourn the meeting at 8:03 p.m. Motion carried Deb M. Hall City Clerk Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


APRIL ORGANIZATIONAL SESSION KEWAUNEE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER APRIL 28, 2020 The organizational session of the Kewaunee County Board of Supervisors was called to order by Kewaunee County Chairperson pro tem, Scott Feldt, on April 28, 2020 at 4:00 PM. The Pledge of Allegiance and prayer was recited. County Clerk Jamie Annoye read the Certificate of Board Membership, Certification of Members of the Kewaunee County Board of Supervisors, Roll Call: 20 members present, 0 absent. Pro tem Scott Feldt informed the Board Membership that an election of full-term Chairperson would be next, Election of Full-Term Chairperson Kewaunee County Chairperson pro tem, Scott Feldt, asked for nominations from the floor for Chairperson. Supervisor Haske nominated Mastalir for Chairperson, Mastalir accepted and Paape seconded it. Supervisor Kroll nominated Olson for Chairperson, Olson accepted and Swagel seconded it. Supervisors Swagel made a motion to close nominations, Augustian seconded it. Supervisor Olson received 13 votes and Supervisor Mastalir received 6 votes, 1 abstain. Supervisor Olson is Chairman, Election of Vice-Chair Supervisor Lukes nominated Paape for Vice-Chairperson, Paape accepted and Wagner seconded it. Supervisors Wagner made a motion to close nominations and have a unanimous ballot for Supervisor Paape, Swagel seconded the motion. Motion passed. Public Comment (Written), Covid-19 Report RESOLUTION NO. 1-04-2020 - APPROVE RULES OF ORDER AND COMMITTEE RULES AND DUTIES Supervisor Teske made a motion to change Rule #30 to remove election of Highway Committee and Chair of Highway Committee, seconded by Supervisor Romdenne, Supervisor Teske made a motion to change Rule #5 to add approval of minutes and delete recess for Finance Committee to meet, seconded by Supervisor Kroll, Supervisor Teske made a motion to remove Zoning Administrator and change to Land & Water Dept., under the Highway Solid Waste Committee Duties, seconded by Supervisor Augustian. Supervisors Romdenne moved and Mastalir seconded for adoption as amended. Roll Call Vote: 20 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. RESOLUTION NO. 2-04-2020 - COMMITTEE DAYS-April 2020 Organizational Meeting Supervisors Augustian moved and Wagner seconded for adoption. Roll Call Vote: 20 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. RESOLUTION NO. 3-04-2020 - RATIFICATION OF EMERGENCY ACTIONS-Pursuant to Wis. Stat. §323.14(4) Supervisors Paape moved and Doell seconded for adoption. Roll Call Vote: 20 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. RESOLUTION NO. 4-04-2020 - APPROVING TRANSFER OF FUNDS-NextGen 9-1-1 Grant Replace 9-1-1 Equipment Supervisors Wagner moved and Mastalir seconded for adoption. Roll Call Vote: 20 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. RESOLUTION NO. 5-04-2020 - APPROVING TRANSFER OF FUNDS-Surplus 2019 General Fund to Debt Service Fund Supervisors Romdenne moved and Haske seconded for adoption. Roll Call Vote: 20 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. RESOLUTION NO. 6-04-2020 -APPROVING TRANSFER OF FUNDS-Excess Contingency Funds to Capital Improvement Fund Supervisors Haske moved and Wagner seconded for adoption. Roll Call Vote: 20 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. RESOLUTION NO. 7-04-2020 -ENCOURAGING GOVERNOR EVERS TO START PROCESS FOR REOPENING BUSINESSES 5/12/2020, Supervisors Kroll moved and Mastalir seconded for adoption. Call to Question made by Supervisor Wagner. Roll Call Vote: 20 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. Supervisor Wagner requested Roll Call Vote to be taken. Roll Call Vote: 17 ayes, 3 nayes (Baker, Lazansky, Paape). Motion carried. At this time, a recess was taken for Committee Appointment Interviews & ID Badge Photographs. Board recessed at 5:29 p.m. and reconvened at 6:21 p.m. Kewaunee County Board Standing Committees, Various Boards, committees, and commissions Supervisors Wagner moved to ratify the County Board Standing Committees, Special Appointments to Boards, Commissions and Committees and Doell seconded it. Roll Call Vote: 20 ayes, 0 nays. Motion carried. Committees will meet, after the meeting is adjourned, to set the next committee meeting dates. Supervisors Wagner made a motion and Paape seconded it to schedule the July County Board meeting on 7/2120 at 6:00 p.m. Motion carried. Supervisors Wagner moved and Doell seconded to adjourn. Motion carried. Board adjourned at 6:29 PM. /s/Daniel A. Olson, Kewaunee County Board Chairman /s/Jamie Annoye, Kewaunee County Clerk CERTIFICATION STATE OF WISCONSIN: SS COUNTY OF KEWAUNEE: I, Jamie Annoye, County Clerk in and for Kewaunee County, Wisconsin do hereby certify that the following is a summarized version of the minutes of the meeting of the Kewaunee County Board of Supervisors held at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg on April 28, 2020. These minutes in their entirety are available in the Kewaunee County Clerk's Office and also on the Kewaunee County web page: www.kewauneeco.org. /s/Jamie Annoye, Kewaunee County Clerk Run: May 22, 2020 WNAXLP


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AT&T Mobility, LLC is proposing to install a monopole tower at 1658 Pelton Parkway, Oshkosh, Winnebago County, Wisconsin 54902 (43 59 2.94 N / 88 34 5.9 W). The height of the tower will be 27.1 meters above ground level (274 meters above mean sea level). The tower is anticipated to have no lights. AT&T Mobility, LLC welcomes comments on the impact of the proposed action on any districts, sites, buildings, structures or objects significant in American history, archaeology, engineering or culture that are listed or determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under National Historic Preservation Act Section 106. Specific information regarding the project is available by contacting EBI Consulting, Project 6120003841-MH during normal business hours. Comments must be received at 6876 Susquehanna Trail South, York, PA 17403, or via telephone at (785) 760-5938 within 30 days of this publication. Interested persons may also review the application for this project at www.fcc.gov/asr/applications by entering Antenna Structure Registration (Form 854) file no. A1165780. Interested persons may raise environmental concerns about the project under the National Environmental Policy Act rules of the Federal Communications Commission, 47 CFR §1.1307, by notifying the FCC of the specific reasons that the action may have a significant impact on the quality of the human environment. Requests for Environmental Review must be filed within 30 days of the date that notice of the project is published on the FCC's website and may only raise environmental concerns. The FCC strongly encourages interested parties to file Requests for Environmental Review online at www.fcc.gov/asr/environmentalrequest, but they may be filed with a paper copy by mailing the Request to FCC Requests for Environmental Review, Attn: Ramon Williams, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20554. A copy of the Request should also be provided to EBI Consulting at 6876 Susquehanna Trail South, York, PA 17403. Run: May 29, 2020 WNAXLP


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Auction to be held June 13th at 10:00 am on storage unit number 20. The adress for D&K rentals is 225 S Washburn. Run: May 30, 31, June 6, 7, 2020 WNAXLP


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BID NOTICE TOWN OF GIBSON Bids for hot oil chip seal coat and some cold mix wedging of various roads are being accepted by the Town of Gibson. Bidders can request a list of the roads being considered and the specifications for each by contacting Town Chairman Edward Peterik at 920 973 5950. Individual project and unit prices must be given and all Town of Gibson specifications must be adhered to. Sealed b ids are due July 6 20 20 by 4:00 p.m. and shall be mailed to Town Chairman Edwar d Peterik, 819 Rockledge Road, Mis hicot, WI 54228 and marked "2020 Road Work". Bids to be opened at the Gibson Town Hall, 14920 Cty. Rd. Q, Mishicot, on July 6, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. The Town of Gibson reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Lind a S. Herman Gibson Town Clerk/ Treasurer Run: May 25, June 1, 2020 WNAXLP


Bid Request This is a T.R.I.P. project. The Town of Breed requests sealed bids for the following project; River Road reconstruction approximately 3/4 mile Work to be performed; Replace existing culverts Add 4" of gravel and grade (approx. 750 yards) Pulverize existing roadbed with new gravel Fine grading Hot mix asphalt paving, 2 1/2 in. compacted Should with gravel Bidders are required to provide proof of insurance Questions directed to Richard Vande Wettering (920-842-4039) Bids must be submitted to Town Clerk, 10923 State Hwy 32, Suring, WI 54174 and Must be received prior to Board meeting at 7:00 p.m. on May 12, 2020 Mark bids TRIP PROJECT The Town reserves the right to reject any and all bids or accept the bid most advantageous to the Town. Run: May 6, 2020 WNAXLP


Bid Request Town of Breed seeks sealed bids for the following items: 1. JOHN DEERE LAWN TRACTOR MODEL GT245 54" CUT KAWASAKI ENGINE 612 HOURS MINIMUM BID $1200 2 TOWN LOT ON COUNTY AA 132' FRONTAGE ON AA 165' DEEP 100 YARDS WEST OF STATE HWY. 32 ON AA MINIMUM BID $2500 Questions directed to Richard Vande Wettering (920-842-4039) Bids must be submitted to Town Clerk, 10923 State Hwy 32, Suring, WI 54174 a bid Must be received prior to Board meeting at 7:00 p.m. on June 9, 2020 Mark bids LAWN TRACTOR OR TOWN LOT Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


BIDS WANTED THE TOWN OF EASTON, MARATHON COUNTY, WISCONSIN THE TOWN OF EASTON IS REQUESTING BIDS FOR THE FOLLOWING LRIP ROAD PROJECT. THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE LRIP PROGRAM WILL APPLY, TO THIS ROAD PROJECT. THORNAPPLE CREEK ROAD BETWEEN COUNTY ROADS "N" AND "Z", 3.25 MILES MOL. 1. PULVERIZING OF EXISTING ASPHALT AND BASE COURSE TO DEPTH OF 8 INCHES. 2. COMPACTED 6 INCHES, 8,925 CU YDS, 1 1/4 INCH CERTIFIED ROAD BASE DEIVERED, WITH MINIUM SIX (6) TRUCKS HAULING UNTIL COMPLETED. 3. FINE GRADE, WATER, AND COMPACTION OF BASE MATERIAL. 4. PAVE WITH D.O.T. SPEC. TYPE E1 WARM MIX ASPHALT COMPACTED TO 2 1/2 " THICKNESS. TO BE LAID IN ONE LIFT 21-FOOT-WIDE, WITH TRANSFER MACHINE AND SUFFICENT HAULING CAPACITY TO PREVENT STOPPAGES DURING PAVING. 5. SHOLDERING MATERIAL TO BE PROVIDED AND COMPACTED TO BLACK TOP THICKNESS BY 3 FOOT WIDTH. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT THE TOWN SHOP 715-446-3400 OR 715-842-4718. BIDS MAY BE MAILED, PUT THORNAPPLE CR RD ON OUTSIDE, TO ADDRESS BELOW OR DELIVEDER NOT LATER THAN 8:00 PM, THE TIME OF OPENING, ON JUNE 8TH, 2020, AT THE TOWN OF EASTON MUNICIPAL CENTER LOCATED AT CORNER OF COUNTY ROADS Q AND Z, 169612 COUNTY ROAD Z. THE TOWN OF EASTON RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS OR PARTS THEROF. W-9 FORM, CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE; LIAB & WKRS COMP, LEIN RELEASES; SUPPLIERS AND SUBS, REQUIRED. TOWN OF EASTON RONALD D SIEGLAFF, CLERK 165934 COUNTY ROAD Z, WAUSAU WI 54403 Run: May 25, June 1, 2020 WNAXLP


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BOARD MEETING AGENDA To be considered and acted upon by the Town Board of the Town of Eldorado, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin at the Monthly Board Meeting on Tuesday May 26, 2020 7:00 P.M. at the Eldorado Community Center, N7664 County Road C, Eldorado. 1. Call meeting to order, Pledge of Allegiance 2. Reading and approval of minutes from April meeting 3. Reports: a. Chairman Gary Miller - Payment for Sidewalk Project to be paid January 2021 - Andy from Gremmer to talk about extra land for Townline Bridge b. Supervisor Dave Jahns c. Supervisor Bill Averbeck d. Clerk Cheryl Pionke - Open Book Scheduled for Monday June 22 from 12-7 e. Treasurer Heather VandeBerg f. Plan Commission g. Town Highway h. Fire Department i. First Responders 4. Discussion and Possible Action on Permit Fees. 5. Discussion and Possible Action on possible speed reduction on Marsh Rd. 6. Action on an Eldorado First Responder application, Brandee Dugan. 7. Public input and discussion 8. Items intended for next monthly meeting 9. Approve and pay monthly bills 10. Adjourn meeting Cheryl Pionke, Town Clerk Run: May 22, 2020 WNAXLP


BOARD OF REVIEW MEETING STATE OF WISCONSIN JUNE 10, 2020 Town of Egg Harbor Door County PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF REVIEW FOR SAID TOWN OF EGG HARBOR WILL MEET AT THE TOWN HALL (5242 COUNTY I) IN SAID TOWN ON THE 10th DAY OF JUNE, 2020 TO START AT 6:00PM for a minimum time of 2 hours. 1. No person will be allowed to appear before the board of review, to testify to the board by telephone, or to contest the amount of any assessment of real or personal property if the person has refused a reasonable written request by certified mail of the assessor to enter onto property to conduct an exterior view of such property being assessed. 2. After the first meeting of the board of review and before the board's final adjournment, no person who is scheduled to appear before the board of review may contact or provide information to a member of the board about the person's objection, except at a session of the board. Open book shall occur no less than 7 days prior to the board of review. 3. The board of review may not hear an objection to the amount or valuation of property unless, at least 48 hours before the board's first scheduled meeting, the objector provides to the board's clerk written or oral notice of an intent to file an objection, except that upon a showing of good cause and the submission of a written objection, the board shall waive that requirement during the first 2 hours of the board's first scheduled meeting, and the board may waive that requirement up to the end of the 5th day of the session or up to the end of the final day of the session if the session is less than 5 days with proof of extraordinary circumstances for failure to meet the 48-hour notice requirement and failure to appear before the board of review during the first 2 hours of the first scheduled meeting. 4. Objections to the amount or valuation of property shall first be made in writing and filed with the clerk of the board of review within the first 2 hours of the board's first scheduled meeting, except that, upon evidence of extraordinary circumstances, the board may waive that requirement up to the end of the 5th day of the session or up to the end of the final day of the session if the session is less than 5 days. The board may require objections to the amount or valuation of property to be submitted on forms approved by the Department of Revenue, and the board shall require that any forms include stated valuations of the property in question. Persons who own land and improvements to that land may object to the aggregate valuation of that land and improvements to that land, but no person who owns land and improvements to that land may object only to the valuation of that land or only to the valuation of improvements to that land. No person may be allowed in any action or proceedings to question the amount or valuation of property unless the written objection has been filed and that person in good faith presented evidence to the board in support of the objections and made full disclosure before the board, under oath, of all of that person's property liable to assessment in the district and the value of that property. The requirement that objections be in writing may be waived by express action of the board. 5. When appearing before the board of review, the objecting person shall specify in writing the person's estimate of the value of the land and of the improvements that are the subject of the person's objection and specify the information that the person used to arrive at that estimate. 6. No person may appear before the board of review, testify to the board by telephone, or object to a valuation if that valuation was made by the assessor or the objector using the income method of valuation, unless no later than 7 days before the first meeting of the board of review the person supplies the assessor with all the information about income and expenses, as specified in the assessor's manual under s. 73.03 (2a), Wis. stats., that the assessor requests. The information that is provided under this paragraph, unless a court determines before the first meeting of the board of review that it is inaccurate, is not subject to the right of inspection and copying under s. 19.35 (1), Wis. Stats. 7. The board shall hear upon oath, by telephone, all ill or disabled persons who present to the board a letter from a physician, surgeon, or osteopath that confirms their illness or disability. No other persons may testify by telephone unless the Board, in its discretion, has determined to grant a property owner's or their representative's request to testify under oath by telephone or written statement. 8. No person may appear before the board of review, testify to the board by telephone, or contest the amount of any assessment unless, at least 48 hours before the first meeting of the board, or at least 48 hours before the objection is heard if the objection is allowed under s.70.47 (3) (a), Wis. stats., that person provides to the clerk of the board of review notice as to whether the person will ask for the removal of a member of the board of review and, if so, which member, and provides a reasonable estimate of the length of time the hearing will take. Notice is hereby given this 14th day of May, 2020. Pam Krauel, Clerk-Treasurer Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


Board of Review Notice of Adjourned Meeting Village of Auburndale, Wood County The Board of Review, having met on the 6th day of May, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. at Auburndale Village Hall, 5988 1st Street, Auburndale, WI. For the purpose of calling the Board of Review into session during the 45-day period beginning on the 4th Monday of April, pursuant to Wis. Stat. 70.47(1), is hereby providing notice, as allowed under Wis. Stat. 70.47(3)(aL)2, that the board voted to adjourn until the 10th day of September, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. due to the current public health crisis related to COVID-19. Additional notice of the reconvened board of review, as required under Wis. Stat 70.47(2), will be provided in advance of the meeting. Notice is hereby given this 4th day of May, 2020 by: Lynn Lingford Village Clerk Run: May 11, 2020 WNAXLP


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CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Legislative Chambers 160 S Macy Street April 22, 2020 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER Roll Call Present: Arletta Allen, Daniel Degner, Ben Giles, Alicia Hans, virtual Brian Kolstad, virtual, Kay Miller, Donna Richards Absent: None CONSENT AGENDA April 8, 2020 Regular Council Minutes List Of Claims Dated April 15, 2020 A Motion was made by Ben Giles to approve consent agenda and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards ACTION ITEMS Change Of Agent For "Class A" Intoxicating Liquor and Class "A" Fermented Malt A Motion was made by Ben Giles to approve change of agent for Rstore #4512 & Rstore #4511 to Jean Trakel and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Resolution No. 8872 A Motion was made by Alicia Hans to approve Resolution No. 8872 waiving the Prohibition Against Possession of Alcohlic Beverages of Public Ways for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County's Halloweenie .5K event on October 29, 2020 and seconded by Ben Giles, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Resolution No. 8873 A Motion was made by Ben Giles to approve Resolution No. 8873 authorizing the acquisition of a Sanitary Sewer Easement at West Scott Street and North Rolling Meadows Drive and seconded by Daniel Degner, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Resolution No. 8874 A Motion was made by Kay Miller to approve Resolution No. 8874 authorizing acquisition of a Water Main Easement near the Brooke Street Bridge and seconded by Daniel Degner, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Resolution No. 8875 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve Resolution No. 8875 authorizing the application for a Federal Land and Water Conservation Grant for building a Miracle League Baseball Diamond at Plamore Park and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Resolution No. 8876 A Motion was made by Kay Miller to approve Resolution No. 8876 authorizing the acquisition of a portion of land for the reconstruction of the intersection on Military Road and Seymour Street and seconded by Daniel Degner, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Ordinance No. 3707 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve Ordinance No. 3707 rezoning 2.7 acres of land on South Main Street North of USH 151 from C-2 (General Business) to R-4 (Multifamily Residential) and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Denial of Claim - Midstate Amusement Games A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve denial of claim for Midstate Amusement Games and seconded by Arletta Allen, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller,Richards ADJOURN A Motion was made by Kay Miller to adjourn at 7:50 p.m. and seconded by Daniel Degner, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Margaret Hefter, City Clerk Run: May 17, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WISCONSIN Tuesday, April 21, 2020 (A complete set of minutes is on file in the City Clerk's Office) A Meeting of the Wisconsin Rapids Common Council was held via remote videoconferencing on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, at 6:00 p.m Present in the Council Chambers at City Hall were Mayor Blaser and Alderpersons Zurfluh, Veneman, Kellogg, Rayome, Koth, Cattanach, Kubisiak, and Bemke. Also present were Jennifer M. Gossick, Sue Schill, and Tyler Mickelson. Other staff appeared via videoconferencing. 1.Call to Order Mayor Blaser called the meeting to order at 6:01 p.m. 2.Roll Call Roll call indicated that all alderpersons were present. Pledge of Allegiance and Silent Prayer in Lieu of Invocation Mayor Blaser requested that all present stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and a moment of silent prayer. 3.Explanation of Visitor Speaking Procedure There were no visitors present. 4.Oath of Office for Mayor Shane E. Blaser An oath of office was administered by City Clerk Jennifer M. Gossick 5.Oaths of Office for Alderpersons in Districts 2, 4, 6, 8 Oaths of office for Alderpersons Dean Veneman, Tom Rayome, Jake Cattanach, and Jay Bemke were administered by City ClerkJennifer M. Gossick 6.Election of a Common Council President Zurfluh nominated Kubisiak; Cattanach nominated Koth, and both nominations were accepted. Nominations were closed and asecret ballot was cast to select Kubisiak as the Common Council President by a vote of 5 votes for Kubisiak, 3 votes for Koth. 7.Election of an Alderperson to the Planning Comm., to serve a term expiring May 1, 2021. Vote required) Kubisiak nominated Bemke, and the nomination was accepted. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Zurfluh to close nominationsand to approve Bemke as the alderperson member to the Planning Commission for a term expiring May 1, 2021. Motion carried,8 ayes and 0 nays. 8.Mayor Blaser's appointment of an Alderperson to the Park and Recreation Commission, to serve forthe Alderperson's term of office Mayor Blaser appointed Alderperson Rayome to the Park and Recreation Commission. 9.Election of an Alderperson to serve as an Alternate on the Ethics Board, for a term which expires inNovember 2021 Zurfluh nominated Veneman; Koth nominated Cattanach and both nominations were accepted. Nominations were closed and the vote resulted in a tie with 4 votes for Veneman and 4 votes for Cattanach. Mayor Blaser voted for Cattanach to break the tie and Cattanach was approved as the alderperson member as an alternate on the Ethics Board for a term expiring November 2021 by a vote of 5 votes for Cattanach and 4 votes for Veneman 10.Election of an Alderperson to serve on the Water Works and Lighting Commission, for a 1-year term Rayome nominated Kellogg. It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Zurfluh to close nominations and to approve Kellogg asthe alderperson member to the Water Works and Lighting Commission to serve a 1-year term. Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0nays. 11.Mayor Blaser's Appointments to Standing Committees of the Common Council The Newly Appointed Committees will meet to elect Chairpersons and Secretaries; both theHuman Resources Committee and the Finance and Property Committee shall each choose amember to serve on the ADA Advisory Committee The committees met and elected Tom Rayome as Chairperson and Jake Cattanach asSecretary of the Public Works Committee; Steve Koth as Chairperson and Scott Kellogg asSecretary of the Finance and Property Committee, with Scott Kellogg as the alderpersonmember to the ADA Advisory Committee; Thad Kubisiak as Chairperson and Joe Zurfluh asSecretary of the Human Resources Committee, with Jay Bemke as the alderperson memberto the ADA Advisory Committee. The Chairpersons of the 3 Committees met and elected Tom Rayome as Chairperson and Steve Koth as Secretary of the Legislative Committee. 12.Reading of the Minutes of the Previous Meetings held on March 17 and April 2 It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to dispense with a reading and accept the minutes of the previous meetings.Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. 13.Reading of the Minutes of the Municipal Board of Canvassers City Clerk Jennifer M. Gossick read the report of the Municipal Board of Canvassers. 14.Employee Recognitions Consider a Resolution Extending the Emergency Declaration Proclamation Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic It was moved by Zurfluh, seconded by Kellogg to approve a Resolution Extending the Emergency Declaration Proclamation Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic. Resolution No. 15 (2020). Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. 15.Consider requesting the Wood County Board adopt a resolution which would allow the City to waive interest and penalties for installment payments on property taxes due or payable after April 1, 2020, as long as the totalamount is paid on or before October 1, 2020, with the waiver being available to all property taxpayers because ofeconomic hardship due to COVID-19 It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to request that the Wood County Board adopt a resolution which would allow the City to waive interest and penalties for installment payments on property taxes due or payable after April 1, 2020, as long as the total amount is paid on or before October 1, 2020, with the waiver being available to all property taxpayers because of economic hardship due to COVID-19. Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. 16.Alderperson Koth's Motion to Renew the Common Council's previous consideration of the SouthWood County Airport Commission's petition for direct annexation by unanimous approval of theAlexander Field airport terminal and surrounding property to the City of Wisconsin Rapids. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to Renew the Common Council's previous consideration of the South Wood County Airport Commission's petition for direct annexation by unanimous approval of the Alexander Field airport terminal and surrounding property to the City of Wisconsin Rapids. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 1 nay with Tom Rayome voting in the negative. 17.As the motion to renew was approved, consider approval of the South Wood County AirportCommission's petition for direct annexation by unanimous approval of the Alexander Field airportterminal and surrounding property to the City of Wisconsin Rapids. The subject property is locatedat 3620 1st Street South in the Town of Grand Rapids (Part of Parcel 07-00913) and is just under4 acres in size. The applicant is also requesting that the annexed parcel become part of the I-1,Institutional Zoning District. It was moved by Zurfluh, seconded by Koth to approve the South Wood County Airport Commission's petition for direct annexation by unanimous approval of the Alexander Field airport terminal and surrounding property to the City of Wisconsin Rapids, and the corresponding annexation ordinance. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 1 nay with Rayome voting in the negative. 18.Consider For Adoption the Actions of the Planning Commission at its Meeting on April 6, 2020: The Planning Commission met via remote videoconference at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, April 6,2020. The public was invited to view the videoconference or listen to the audio of the meeting.The meeting was also streamed LIVE on the City of Wisconsin Rapids Facebook page. Memberspresent included Chairperson Zach Vruwink, Tom Brey, Shane Burkart, Daniel Hanson, and SueWesley. Members absent were Lee Thao and Joseph Zurfluh. Others in attendance include KyleKearns, Joe Terry, Lee Chipman, John Moffat, Angel Whitehead, and JR Siewert. The meeting was called to order at 4:00 p.m. 1.Approval of the report from the November 18, 2019 Planning Commission meeting Motion by Wesley, second by Brey to approve the report from the November 18, 2019 PlanningCommission meeting. Motion carried (5-0) 2.Bullseye Golf Club Extraterritorial CSM. request for Certified Survey Map approval for thecreation of 3 lots and 1 outlot within the Town of Grand Rapids. The subject property islocated at 2800 Ridge Wood Trail (Parcel ID 0701048) Motion by Burkhart, second by Brey to approve Bullseye Golf Club Extraterritorial CSM located at 2800 Ridge Wood Trail (Parcel ID 0701048). Motion carried (4-0) with Wesley abstaining. 3.PLAN-20-0121; Arc. Central Inc., representing the business owner: request for a site planreview to construct a café building, with drive-through, at 3820 8th Street South (Parcel ID3413806) Motion by Burkhart, second by Hansen to approve PLAN-20-0121; Arc. Central Inc. with the following conditions: a.Parking in front (east) of the principal building shall not exceed 50% of the totalonsite. b.A complete landscaping plan shall be submitted for review and approval by theCommunity Development Department. c.A lighting plan shall be submitted for review and approval by the CommunityDevelopment Department. d.Details on any refuse enclosure shall be provided for review and approval by theCommunity Development Department. e.All applicable permits through the City of Wisconsin Rapids and other jurisdictions,such as the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, shall be obtained. f.Necessary plans for erosion control and stormwater requirements per the City ofWisconsin Rapids Municipal Code shall be submitted and approved by the PublicWorks Department. g.Community development staff shall have the authority to approve minormodifications to the plans. Motion carried (5-0) 4.PLAN-20-0146; Lucky's on 2nd LLC. request for an architectural review to perform façadeimprovements to the building at 126 2nd Street North (Parcel ID 3408139), which fallswithin the Downtown Design Overlay District. Motion by Burkhart, second by Wesley to approve PLAN-20-0146; Lucky's on 2nd LLC with the following conditions: a.A 3-lite casement design window, with a stationary center window, shall be permittedto be reviewed and approved by the Community Development Department. b.Half glass commercial doors on the first floor shall be installed, with the exceptionthat the right (southernmost) first-floor door leading to the basement shall be allowedto have a different design. Updated renderings of the doors shall be submitted forreview and approval by the Community Development Department. c.All window and door framing on new units shall match in color for the doors andwindows; an anodized aluminum frame shall be permitted. d.Removal of the projecting sign shall be permitted. e.Replacing entryway tile with exterior carpet shall be approved, with a neutral carpetcolor matching the building exterior colors. f.Minor modifications to the façade improvements can be approved by the CommunityDevelopment Department. Motion carried (5-0) 5.PLAN-19-0938; Community Development. discussion on the new Sign Ordinance (Chapter 46of the Municipal Code); Community Development Director's review. The proposed sign plan was reviewed and discussed. 6.PLAN-20-0155; Community Development. discussion on amending the Zoning Ordinance(Chapter 11 of the Municipal Code) to define and incorporate a mobile vending use withinzoning districts. The zoning ordinance relating to incorporating mobile vending use was reviewed and discussed. 7.Adjourn Motion by Burkhart, second by Wesley to adjourn. Motion carried (4-0). Meeting adjourned at5:17 pm It was moved by Zurfluh, seconded by Koth to approve and adopt the actions of the Committee. Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. 19.Consider for Adoption the Actions of the Standing Committees of the Common Council, asFollows: The Finance and Property Committee met at 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 in the first-floor conference room at City Hall. All committee members were present with Alderperson Kellogg sitting in for Alderperson Blaser and Alderperson Rayome sitting in for Alderperson Cattanach. Also in attendance were Alderperson Verjinsky and Alderperson Kubisiak. A list of others in attendance is on file in the Clerk's office. 1.Call to Order 2.Consider a referral from Chief Young for an AFG Grant Submission It was moved by Rayome, seconded by Kellogg to approve an AFG Grant application for $165,728 with a Citymatch of $7,891. Motion carried. 3.Consider a referral from Chief Young to waive ambulance bills for end of life patients whose bills are denied. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Rayome to waive ambulance bills for end of life patients that are denied byMedicare, Medicaid or private insurance (Attachment No. 1). Motion carried. 4.Consider a recommendation from Statewide Services to deny a claim from Mr. Cadena for damages/loss ofhis personal property. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to deny the claim from Mr. Cadena for damages/loss of his personal property. Motion carried. 5.Consider a recommendation from Statewide Services to deny a claim from Mr. Simonson for damages to hisvehicle. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Rayome to deny the claim from Mr. Simonson for damages to his vehicle. Motion carried. 6.Consider a request to increase the construction service contract with MSA for the East River Bank Phase IIproject by $12,500. It was moved by Rayome, seconded by Kellogg to approve an increase in the construction service contract with MSA for the East River Bank Phase II project by $8,197.25 (Attachment No. 2 and No. 3). Motion carried. 7.Discussion regarding special assessments and looking into possible alternate methods of paying for publicimprovements The Committee reviewed and discussed the scope of a special assessment study (Attachment No. 4). No action was taken. 8.Consider a Special Events application request from the Wood County HealthDepartment for a Downtown Farmers' Market to be held on Thursdays and Saturdaysfrom June 4 to October 31, 2020, on First Avenue South from West Grand Avenue toGoggins Street (pending zoning permit approval). It was moved by Koth, seconded by Rayome to hold this item over. Motion was withdrawn. It was moved by Rayome, seconded by Koth to request the applicant to consider different options for the location of the Farmers' Market that does not include the closing of streets. Motion carried. 9.Consider a temporary Class "B" beer/"Class B" wine picnic license for AssumptionCatholic Schools, Inc. located at 445 Chestnut Street for an Assumption Spring MusicalDinner Show to be held on April 2, 2020 from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Rayome to approve a temporary Class "B" beer/"Class B" wine picnic license for Assumption Catholic Schools, Inc. located at 445 Chestnut Street for an Assumption Spring Musical Dinner Show to be held on April 2, 2020 from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Motion carried. 10.Audit of the Bills It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to approve check no. 2657 to 3082. Motion carried. 11.Beverage Operators' Licenses Nicole M. Weiler Lauren E. Westermeier Elsamarie Thies It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to approve the beverage operators' licenses. Motion carried. 12.Set next meeting date. The next Finance and Property Committee meeting is scheduled for April 7, 2020 at 4:45 p.m. 13.Adjournment. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Rayome to adjourn. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 6:07 p.m. Kubisiak requested that item #6 be held out for separate vote. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to approve the balance of the report, holding out item #6. Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. Regarding item #6, it was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Bemke to refer this item back to the Committee. Motion carried, 6 ayes and 2 nays with Cattanach and Rayome voting in the negative. REPORT OF THE FINANCE AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON APRIL 16, 2020: The Finance and Property Committee meeting was held via remote videoconferencing on Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 4:45 p.m. The public was invited to listen to the audio of the meeting. The meeting was LIVE on Wisconsin Rapids Community Media (WRCM) Spectrum Channel 985 and Solarus Channel 3, online at www.wr-cm.org or via WRCM's Roku app, and was streamed LIVE on the City of Wisconsin Rapids Facebook page. All members of the Finance and Property Committee were present with Alderperson Koth and Alderperson Blaser present in the first floor conference room at City Hall and Alderperson Cattanach appearing via videoconference. Also appearing via videoconference were Alderperson Rayome, Mayor Vruwink, Sue Schill, Paul Vollert, Kristie Rauter-Egge and Tim Desorcy. 1.Call to Order Chairperson Koth called the meeting to order at 4:45 p.m. 2.Consider a Special Events application request from the Wood County HealthDepartment for a Downtown Farmers' Market to be held on Thursdays and Saturdaysfrom June 4 to October 31, 2020, on First Avenue South from West Grand Avenue toGoggins Street, to include street closures. It was moved by Cattanach, seconded by Koth to approve the Special Events application request from the Wood County Health Department for a Downtown Farmers' Market to be held on Thursdays and Saturdays from June 4 to October 31, 2020, on First Avenue South from West Grand Avenue to Goggins Street, to include street closures. Motion carried. 3.Consider a request from the Department of Public Works to purchase a tag equipmenttrailer. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Cattanach to purchase a 45,000lb capacity double jack trailer from Roland Equipment for $27,878.00. Motion carried. 4.Consider a request from the Department of Public Works to purchase a portable hotwater pressure washer. It was moved by Blaser, seconded by Cattanach to purchase a B5/2000 portable oil fired pressure washer from Beaver of Wisconsin for $7,795.00. Motion carried. 5.Consider a request from the Department of Public Works to purchase a rotary wheelbalancer. It was moved by Cattanach, seconded by Koth to purchase a rotary wheel balancer from Carlyle Tools Napa Auto Parts for $8,831.62. Motion carried. 6.Consider a request from the Department of Public Works to purchase a manhole repairtool from Mr. Manhole. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Cattanach to approve the purchase of a manhole repair tool from Mr. Manhole Six Shooter for $27,978.53. Alderperson Koth withdrew his motion with consent from Alderperson Cattanach's second. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Cattanach to approve the purchase of a manhole repair tool from Mr. Manhole Six Shooter for $25,503.53. Motion carried. 7.Consider a request from the Department of Public Works to purchase a track skid steer. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Blaser to approve the purchase of a Cat 259D3 skid steer from Fabick ofWausau for $48,148.00. Motion carried. 8.Beverage Operators' Licenses It was moved Blaser, seconded by Cattanach to approve the beverage operator's licenses contingent upon the twoapplicants with outstanding municipal court obligations being paid in full. Motion carried. Motion carried with Alderperson Koth abstaining. 9.Audit of the Bills It was moved by Koth, seconded by Cattanach to approve check no. 3083 to 3321. Motion carried. 10.Set next meeting date. A regularly scheduled meeting of the Finance and Property Committee was not set. A meeting time will beconsidered after the Council meeting on April 21, 2020. 11.Adjournment. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Blaser to adjourn. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 5:38 p.m. Rayome requested that item #2 be held out for separate vote. Koth requested that item #8 be held out for separate vote. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Cattanach to approve the balance of the report, holding out items #2 and #8. Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. Regarding item #2, it was moved by Cattanach, seconded by Kellogg to approve the Special Events application request from the Wood County Health Department for a Downtown Farmers' Market to be held on Thursdays and Saturdays from June 4 to October 31, 2020, on First Avenue South from West Grand Avenue to Goggins Street, to include street closures. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 1 nay with Rayome voting in the negative. Regarding item #8, it was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Cattanach to approve the Beverage Operators' licenses. Motion carried, 7 ayes, 0 nays and 1 abstention with Koth abstaining. A.REPORT OF THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON MARCH 3, 2020: The Public Works Committee met on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, in the first floor conferenceroom at City Hall. Thaddeus Kubisiak, Tom Rayome, and Vernon Verjinsky were present. Others attending are on file in the Clerk's office. 1.Call to order The meeting was called to order at 6:17 pm 2.Review and consider a revision to the Public Works Special Assessment process andprocedures Motion by Rayome, second by Verjinsky to proceed with a special assessment study consistent with the scope presented. Motion carried (3-0) 3.Review and consider approval of a Preliminary Resolution declaring intent to levy specialassessments for permanent street surfacing, concrete curb & gutter, defective sidewalk,concrete driveway approaches, and sanitary and water services for 18th Ave S fromRussell Street to West Grand Avenue Motion by Rayome, second by Kubisiak to adopt a Preliminary Resolution declaring intent to levy special assessments for permanent street surfacing, concrete curb & gutter, defective sidewalk, concrete driveway approaches, and sanitary and water services for 18th Ave S from Russell Street to West Grand Avenue. Motion failed (1-2) with Kubisiak and Verjinsky voting in the negative. 4.Review and consider modifying the Engineering Department's Policy for Street Lights Motion by Rayome, second by Verjinsky to modify the Engineering Department Policy forStreet Lights as presented. Motion carried (3-0) 5.Review and discuss the USDOT FY 2020 BUILD Transportation Grants Program The 2020 BUILD grant program was discussed. 6.DPW report The DPW report was reviewed. 7.Review referral list The referral list was reviewed 8.Adjourn Motion by Rayome, second by Verjinsky to adjourn. Motion carried (3-0) The meeting was adjourned at 7:47 pm It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Veneman to approve and adopt all the actions of the Committee. Rayome requested that item #3 be held out. Mayor Blaser asked for unanimous consent to amend the motion to hold item #3 out for separate vote. No objection was made and the motion was so amended. Motion carried on the balance of the report, 8 ayes and 0 nays. Regarding item #3, it was moved by Rayome, seconded by Koth to approve a Preliminary Resolution declaring intent to levy special assessments for permanent street surfacing, concrete curb & gutter, defective sidewalk, concrete driveway approaches, and sanitary and water services for 18th Ave S from Russell Street to West Grand Avenue Motion carried, 7 ayes and 1 nay with Kubisiak voting in the negative. REPORT OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON MARCH 10, 2020: The Human Resources Committee of the City of Wisconsin Rapids met at 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10, 2020, in the First Floor Conference Room at City Hall, 444 West Grand Avenue, Wisconsin Rapids. All committee members were present. Also present was Alderperson Tom Rayome, Joe Terry, Sue Schill, Joe Eichsteadt, Dennis Polach, and Bruce Schoff 1.The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Blaser at 4:46 p.m. 2.Consider for approval proposed changes to "Longevity" and "Personal Time" Policiesand Procedures as a result of AFSCME Local 1075 (DPW) not recertifying. Motion by Blaser, second by Zurfluh, to allow those DPW employees who currently receive longevity payments to be given the option to elect to either continue to receive longevity payments, or receive 2 additional personal days. This election must be made by April 1, 2020, and is irrevocable. If an employee does not timely elect an option, the employee will cease receiving longevity and will receive the additional 2 personal days. Motion carried, 3 ayes and 0 nays. See attached revised Longevity and Personal Time policies. 3.Consider for approval staffing levels and the setting of wages for seasonal positions atthe aquatic facility. Motion by Zurfluh, second by Kellogg, to approve the general staffing levels and the wage rates for the aquatic facility positions as presented in the materials provided. Motion carried, 3 ayes and 0 nays. 4.Consider for approval an increase in the Wastewater Intern rate from $12 per hour to$14 per hour. Motion by Zurfluh, second by Kellogg, to increase the Wastewater Intern rate from $12 per hour to $14 per hour. Motion carried, 3 ayes and 0 nays. 5.Consider for approval proposals for recruitment services for the hiring of the HumanResources Director. Motion by Kellogg, second by Blaser, to accept the proposal with The Charles River Group, LLC for recruitment services for the HR Director position, for the fees proposed. Motion carried, 3 ayes and 0 nays 6.Consider for approval a revision to the Multimedia Coordinator job description regardingminimum qualifications. Motion by Blaser, second by Zurfluh, to approve the revision to the Multimedia Coordinator job description to require a four-year degree or equivalent education and experience. Motion carried, 3 ayes and 0 nays. 7.Consider for approval moving the Street Supervisor position from a Grade 11 to a Grade12 pay classification. Motion by Zurfluh, second by Kellogg, to approval moving the Street Supervisor position from a Grade 11 to a Grade 12 pay classification. Motion carried, 3 ayes and 0 nays. 8.Update on employee recruitment. Interim HR Director Deb Pagel gave an update on recruitment. 9.Consider for approval the creation of a Design Engineer position, approve the jobdescription and compensation and approve the posting of that position; considerrescinding action from last month regarding the filling of a Design Engineer I position. Motion by Kellogg, second by Zurfluh, to rescind the action from last month regarding the filling of a Design Engineer I position, to approve the creation of a Design Engineer position, and approve the job description and compensation, post the position. Motion carried 3 ayes and 0 nays. 10.Consider affirming the IT Manager as a Department Head position and affirming theelimination of the position of Director of Information and Technology; considerconfirming Tyler Mickelson as the Mayor's appointment to the IT Manager position. Motion by Blaser, second by Kellogg, to affirm the IT Manager as a Department Head position and affirm the elimination of the position of Director of Information and Technology; and to confirm Tyler Mickelson as the Mayor's appointment to the IT Manager position. Motion carried, 3 ayes and 0 nays. 11.In open session, motion by Blaser, second by Zurfluh, to go into closed session underSection 19.85(1)(e) of the Wisconsin Statutes, which reads: "Deliberating or negotiatingthe purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting otherspecified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closedsession". Roll call vote taken. All members voted in the affirmative. Motion carried. a.In closed session the committee received an update and discussed strategyregarding negotiations and possible interest arbitration with International Associationof Firefighters Local 425. The Committee did not come out of closed session. Motion by Blaser, second by Kellogg, to adjourn in closed session. Motion carried and the meeting adjourned at 6:10 p.m. Kellogg requested that item #2 be held out for separate vote. It was moved by Zurfluh, seconded by Koth to approve the balance of the report, holding out item #2. Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. Regarding item #2, it was moved by Kellogg, seconded by Kellogg to approve the proposed changes to "Longevity" and "Personal Time" Policies and Procedures as a result of AFSCME Local 1075 (DPW) not recertifying, and changing the response date from April 1, 2020 to June 1, 2020 and directing Human Resources to send a letter to that effect. Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. Reports of Other Committees, Commissions and Boards; Department Reports It was moved by Koth, seconded by Zurfluh to place the reports on file. Motion carried, 8 ayes and 0 nays. 20.Reading of Written Referrals of Communication to Committees There were no written referrals submitted. 21.Adjournment It was moved by Koth, seconded by Blaser to adjourn. Motion carried 8 ayes and 0 nays, and the meeting adjourned at 8:18p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jennifer M. Gossick, City Clerk Run: May 22, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF ALGOMA, WI NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a public hearing to be held before the Zoning Board of Appeals of the City of Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as can be heard, in the Common Council Chambers at City Hall, 416 Fremont Street, Algoma, Wisconsin, at which time interested parties and citizens shall have an opportunity to be heard concerning the following matter: An appeal for a variance from the City of Algoma, Municipal Code, Chapter 113, at the request of Kevin Kleinert, Maritime Pointe, LLC, for a property located at 2606-2612 Lake St., Algoma, Wisconsin 54201. Request for a sign permit was denied by the building inspector pursuant to the City of Algoma, Municipal Code, and Chapter 113, which requires: [1] A minimum fifteen (15) foot front yard sign setback The appeal requests a variance allowing for: [1] a minimum one (1) foot front yard setback so that a sign permit can be issued to place a stone entrance sign at parcel 31 201 BHC CE at 2606-2612 Lake St. Street, Algoma, WI 54201. All those persons or agents interested in the above-matter are encouraged to attend. If you cannot attend the meeting, you may submit your written comments to the Zoning Board of Appeals before May 15, 2020. The mailing address is City of Algoma, 416 Fremont Street, Algoma, Wisconsin, 54201. Persons with questions should contact the City at (920) 487-5203. Dated this 4th Day of May, 2020. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF APPEALS Jamie Jackson City Clerk City of Algoma, Wisconsin Run: May 5, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF ALGOMA, WI NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a public hearing to be held before the Zoning Board of Appeals of the City of Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, on Wednesday, June 3, 2020; at 4:30 p.m., in the Common Council Chambers at City Hall, 416 Fremont Street, Algoma, Wisconsin, at which time interested parties and citizens shall have an opportunity to be heard concerning the following matter: An appeal for a variance from the City of Algoma, Municipal Code, Chapter 113, at the request of Duane Tahlier, for a property located at 1006 Lawndale Ave., Algoma, Wisconsin 54201. Request for a building permit was denied by the building inspector pursuant to the City of Algoma, Municipal Code, and Chapter 113, which requires: [1] A minimum 25' rear yard building setback [2] A minimum 6' side yard building setback [3] A maximum principal lot coverage area of 30% The appeal requests a variance allowing for: [1] a minimum 3' rear yard building setback, [2] a minimum 0' side yard building setback, and [3] a maximum principal lot coverage area of 31% so that a building permit can be issued to expand the existing attached garage upon parcel 31 201 V 37 at 1006 Lawndale Ave., Algoma, WI 54201. All those persons or agents interested in the above-matter are encouraged to attend. If you cannot attend the meeting, you may submit your written comments to the Zoning Board of Appeals before May 29, 2020. The mailing address is City of Algoma, 416 Fremont Street, Algoma, Wisconsin, 54201. Persons with questions should contact the City at (920) 487-5203. Dated this 19th Day of May, 2020. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF APPEALS Jamie Jackson City Clerk City of Algoma, Wisconsin Run: May 20, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, May 6, 2020 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Woodford at 7:01 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Thao C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 16 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Jake Woodford E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS City Attorney Behrens, Deputy City Attorney Abshire, City Clerk Lynch, Director of Community & Economic Development Harkness, Director of Finance Saucerman, Fire Chief Hansen, Health Officer Eggebrecht, Director of Information Technology Fox, Library Director Rortvedt, Police Chief Thomas, Director of Parks, Recreation & Facilities Gazza, Public Works Director Vandehey, Utilities Director Shaw, Valley Transit General Manager McDonald F. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 20-0542 Proclamation of Municipal Clerks Week May 3rd to 9th, 2020 Attachments: Municipal Clerks Week.pdf This Proclamation was presented 20-0543 Proclamation of May 14th as Hmong American Day Attachments: Hmong American Day May 14.pdf This Proclamation was presented G. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION H. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 20-0533 Common Council Meeting Minutes of April 22, 2020 Organizational Meeting and Regular Council Meeting CC Minutes 4-22-20 Org. Mtg..pdf CC Minutes 4-22-20.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Smith, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford I. PUBLIC HEARINGS J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY 20-0534 Suspend the Council Rules and convene into the Committee of the Whole Alderperson Reed moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the Council convene as the Committee of the Whole. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0530 Resolution #9-20 - Local Government Term Limits Referendum Question Lobner and Finance Committee - Attorney Office Response to Resolution 04-30-2020_1.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Coenen moved, seconded by Alderperson Wolff that this Resolution be held until the first Council meeting in June. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 9 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 6 - Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner and Alderperson Joe Prohaska Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0516 Request from CR Structures for a Permanent Street Occupancy Permit for the north footing wall to extend 24" into the College Avenue right-of-way and five column pad footings to extend 12" into the College Avenue right-of-way be approved. Attachments: CR Structures-Permanent Street Occupancy Permit.pdf Alderperson Otis moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the Report Action Item be amended to add the address of the Permanent Street Occupancy Permit: 823 W College Ave. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the Item be approved as amended. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0540 Request to Approve Naming of Lundgaard Park Park Rec Committee Letter.pdf Naming of Public Parklands Policy Memo.pdf Naming of Public Parklands Policy.pdf Northside Park Aerial.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the naming of Lungaard Park be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0527 Resolution #8-R-20 City of Appleton Brand Study Attachments: #8-R-20 Branding Resolution-format.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the Resolution be referred to staff and then be brought back on Budget Saturday. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 12- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 3 - Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Alex Schultz and Alderperson Mike Smith Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0529 Request to approve temporary suspension of Sec. 9-23 of the Municipal Code requiring the payment of certain unpaid and delinquent debts as a condition precedent to the issuance of licenses or permits by the City Finance Committee - License Waiver COVID-19.pdf AMEND073.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the Temporary Suspension of Sec. 9-23 of the Municipal Code be amended to include (in the Therefore Be It Resolved statement): "with the exception of hotel room taxes". Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Smith, that the Temporary Suspension of Sec. 9-23 of the Municipal Code be approved as amended. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Lobner moved, Alderperson Prohaska seconded, to approve the balance of the agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0535 Reconvene to Common Council Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, to Reconvene as the Common Council. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0536 Report of the Committee of the Whole Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the Report of the Committee of the Whole be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford L. COMMITTEE REPORTS 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 20-0522 Request to award the Phase I Construction Contract to Miron Construction Company for the Intake and Shore Well Pumping Station 2020 project in the amount of $3,607,005 with a 10% contingency of $360,700 and a total not to exceed $3,967,705 Attachments: 2020 Construction - Lake Station Project 04-23-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0523 Request to award Unit D-20 Sidewalk Construction to Fischer Ulman Construction, Inc in an amount not to exceed $310,000 Attachments: Award of Contract Unit D-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0531 Request to accept a DNR Stewardship grant in the amount of $249,000 for the construction of the Lawe STreet Trestle Trail Attachments: 2020 DNR Stewardship Grant - Lawe St.pdf 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 20-0515 Request to approve the Re-Allocation of 2020-2021PY Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) public service funds as specified in the attached revised community partner allocation recommendations Alloc Recs Memo to CEDC Modified Award 05-06-2020.pdf Alloc Recs Memo to CEDC Final Award 03-11-2020.pdf REVISED 05-06-2020 CDBG Community Partner Recommendations.pdf REVISED 05-06-2020 CDBG Simple Summary.pdf Community Foundation COVID Response to Community Needs.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 20-0517 Award AWWTP Final Clarifier Tank Underdrain Valve Vault Pipe Replacement to Piping Service Inc. in an amount not to exceed $17,800. Attachments: 190420_UC Memo Final Clarifier Tank Drainage Piping_PSI.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0532 Recommendation to approve entering into the Amended InterGovernmental Cooperation Agreement with the Village of Little Chute contingent upon the Village of Little Chute also approving the Agreement. InterGovernmental Cooperation Agreement.pdf Appleton-Little Chute - 2020 Agreement - 4-30-20.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 8. MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 9. MINUTES OF THE FOX CITIES TRANSIT COMMISSION 20-0507 Approval of Payments Attachments: February 2020 payments.pdf March 2020 payments.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0509 Approval of Contract with Red Shoes Inc Attachments: Award Recommendation Red Shoes.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0514 Approval of Bid Award to Wisconsin Lift Truck Attachments: Award Recommendation Wisconsin Lift Truck.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 10. MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH M. CONSOLIDATED ACTION ITEMS N. ITEMS HELD 20-0465 Request to approve Special Use Permit #2-20 for an indoor recreational use with alcohol sales and consumption located at 1400 West College Avenue (Tax Id #31-5-1799-00), 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) StaffReport_1400 W College Ave_SUP_For04-22-20.pdf RE Appleton Axe proposed plan.msg Sydney Witt Email Comments_4-25-20.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Coenen moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the Special Use Permit be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 2 - Alderperson Joe Martin and Mayor Jake Woodford O. ORDINANCES 20-0528 Ordinance #73-20 License Renewal Waiver of Fees AMEND073.doc.pdf Ord. 73-20 AMENDED.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Prohaska moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the Ordinance be approved (as amended in Committee of the Whole). Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis 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 R. OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS S. CLOSED SESSION 20-0537 The Common Council will go into closed session according to State Statute §19.85(1)(e) for the purpose of discussing the investment of public funds and real estate negotiations where competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session concerning the parcel north of Midway Road and south of Plank Road located in the Village of Harrison as well as terms of an intergovernmental agreement with the Town of Buchanan regarding properties near Newberry Street. At the conclusion of its discussion, the Common Council will adjourn in closed session with no action being taken. Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Wolff, that the Common Council convene into closed session at 8:08 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford T. ADJOURN No action was taken in closed session. Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Reed to adjourn the meeting at 8:40 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried 15/0. Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: May 23, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, April 22, 2020 6:00 PM Council Chambers Organizational Meeting A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Woodford at 6:03 p.m. B. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 16 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Jake Woodford C. REPORT OF THE INFORMAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING 20-0492 Department & Committee Functions Attachments: Dept-Comm Functions - ADOPTED - 04-19-2017.pdf Dept-Comm Functions - Redlined 4-22-2020.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Smith, that the redlined version of the Department & Committee Functions be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0491 Rules of Council Attachments: Council Rules 4-17-2019 FINAL.pdf Council Rules 4-22-2020 Redlined.pdf Council Rules ADOPTED 4-22-2020 .pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that Rule #15 be amended as follows: add the following after 'shall be automatic' (first sentence), unless a member of the Council objects to the referral; if 2/3 of members present vote to approve the objection the item remains on the agenda and is not referred. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14 - Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 1 - Alderperson William Siebers Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that Rule #15 be amended again to include: (after objects to the referral), and is seconded Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 1 - Alderperson Mike Smith Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Alderperson Van Zeeland moved, seconded by Alderperson Smith, that Rule #5 be amended as follows: (Third sentence) after recognized by the Chair, change he/she to they and remove 'rise and' so it reads "they shall address the Chair..." Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 9- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Kyle Lobner Nay: 6- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the Rules of Council be approved as amended. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 13- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 2 - Alderperson Mike Smith and Alderperson Patti Coenen Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford D. RE-COMMIT TO THE CODE OF CONDUCT 20-0494 Code of Conduct Attachments: Code of Conduct.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the Council recommit to the Code of Conduct. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford E. APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEES & COMMITTEE CHAIRS 20-0504 Committee Appointments Attachments: ALDERMAN COMMITTEE APPTS MEMO 04222020 (002).pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, to approve the Committee Appointments, not including the appointment of Alderperson Smith to the Board of Health as it was withdrawn by the Mayor. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford F. ELECTION OF COMMON COUNCIL PRESIDENT The following were nominated for Council President: Alderperson Reed Alderperson Meltzer Alderperson Lobner Alderperson Meltzer withdrew from the nominations. A vote was taken through secret balloting and Alderperson Lobner was elected Council President. G. ELECTION OF COMMON COUNCIL VICE-PRESIDENT The following were nominated for Council Vice-President: Alderperson Reed Alderperson Meltzer Alderperson Van Zeeland A vote was taken through secret balloting and Alderperson Van Zeeland was elected Council Vice-President. H. ELECTION OF COMMON COUNCIL MEMBER TO THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION Alderpersons Fenton and Meltzer were nominated to the be the representative on the CIty Plan Commission. Alderperson Meltzer withdrew his nomination. Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that Alderperson Fenton be the Council member on the City Plan Commission. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford I. OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS J. ADJOURN Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the meeting be adjourned at 7:19 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 1 - Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: May 11, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, April 22, 2020 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Woodford at 7:32 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Fenton C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 16 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Jake Woodford E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS City Attorney Walsh, Deputy City Attorney Behrens, City Clerk Lynch, Director of Community & Economic Development Harkness, Director of Finance Saucerman, Fire Chief Hansen, Health Officer Eggebrecht, Director of Human Resources Matz, Director of Information Technology Fox, Library Director Rortvedt, Director of Parks, Recreation & Facilities Gazza, Police Chief Thomas, Director of Public Works Vandehey, Director of Utilities Shaw, Valley Transit General Manager McDonald F. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 20-0502 Earth Day Proclamation The Proclamation was presented G. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION H. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 20-0501 Common Council Meeting Minutes of April 1, 2020 Attachments: CC Minutes 4-1-2020.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford I. PUBLIC HEARINGS 20-0489 Public Hearing regarding Special Use Permit 2-20 for Appleton Axe at 1400 W College Avenue Attachments: ClassIIPublicHearingNoticeNewspaper_1400WCollegeAve_SUP.pdf Pat VanAbel, owner of Appleton Axe spoke during the Public Hearing 20-0490 Public Hearing regarding Special Use Permit 3-20 for Taco House at 135 E Wisconsin Avenue ClassIIPublicHearingNoticeNewspaper_135 East Wisconsin Ave_SUP.pdf Attachments: The Public Hearing was held, no one spoke during the hearing. J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY 20-0498 Suspend the Council Rules and Convene into the Committee of the Whole Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the Council convene into the Committee of the Whole. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0470 Resolution #5-R-20 Naming of the Hydroelectric Heritage Trailway (HHT / Hydro) Attachments: #5-R-20 Hydroelectric Heritage Trailway.pdf Alderperson Martin moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the Resolution be held until the second meeting in May. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 1 - Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0465 Request to approve Special Use Permit #2-20 for an indoor recreational use with alcohol sales and consumption located at 1400 West College Avenue (Tax Id #31-5-1799-00), 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_1400 W College Ave_SUP_For04-22-20.pdf RE Appleton Axe proposed plan.msg Sydney Witt Email Comments_4-25-20.pdf Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Siebers, that the Special Use Permit be held. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 12- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 3- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Alex Schultz and Alderperson Nate Wolff Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0481 Proposed one-year extension of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Engineering On-Call Consulting Services Contract with Alta Planning and Design in an amount not to exceed $12,000. Attachments: Bicycle and Pedestrian Eng On-Call Cons. Service.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Smith, that the Contract be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0482 Request from Van Ert Electric to reduce their permit fee from $9,218 to $1,500. City permit fee is based on total cost of a project, including equipment. Attachments: Van Ert Electric -permit fee.pdf Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the fee request be approved. Roll Call. Motion failed by the following vote: Since the Motion failed, the request was denied. Nay: 13- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 3- Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0487 Decision on when to open yard waste sites considering the Governor's Safer at Home Order. Attachments: Yard Waste Site Memo.pdf Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the re-opening of the yard waste site be approved as outlined in the attached memo. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0405 Class "B" Beer License application for Bennett Manor 2 LLC d/b/a The Cozzy Corner, Heidi Bennett, Agent, located at 111 N Walnut St, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: The Cozzy Corner.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Martin, that the license be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0387 Reserve "Class B" Liquor and Class "B" Beer License application for RH Events LLC, Michael Geall, Agent, located at 141 S. Riverheath Way, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: RH Events.pdf Alderperson Coenen moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the license be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0488 Request to temporarily waive the $75 fee for issuance of temporary use permits to essential service workers until the Governor's Safer at Home Order is lifted Attachments: MemotoCPC_RequestTemporarilyWaiveTempUsePermitFee.pdf Alderperson Coenen moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the fee waiver request be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 2 - Alderperson Mike Smith and Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0479 Action Item: Approve Acceptance of the Appleton Transportation Management Area (TMA) 2020-2024 Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Grant in the Amount of $516,292 Attachments: WE Energies Trail TAP Grant Memo_.docx WE Energies Trail Map.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the agreement be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0474 Request to approve amended Development Agreement for North Edgewood Estates Attachments: North Edgewood Estates Amended Agreement.pdf Alderperson Coenen moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the development agreement be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0476 Request to deny the Claim for Excessive Assessment for the Renaissance Assisted Living at 301 E Florida Avenue and the Rennes Nursing Home at 325 E Florida Avenue. Attachments: Rennes claim memo to finance committee.pdf Rennes Development Claim for Excessive Assessment.pdf TDR Propeties Claim for Excessive Assessment.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Smith, that the denial of the Claim for Excessive Assessment be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0469 Request to amend the existing farm lease with Erv Van Camp for properties located at 110 and 210 W. Edgewood Drive, estimated to be approximately 21.25 acres, changing the rental rate from $100 per acre to $60 per acre for the 2020 growing season with no crop loss provision Attachments: AmendFarmLeaseMemo_ 110&210W Edgewood_4-10-20. pdf FullyExecutedLeaseRenewal _110&210WEdgewood_12-21-18. pdf Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the lease be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0496 Resolution #7-R-20 Employee Leave Benefits COVID-19 Attachments: Resolution #7-R-20 Employee Leave Benefits COVID-19 (003).pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the Resolution be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 5- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen and Alderperson Joe Prohaska Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0500 Reconvene to Common Council Alderperson Coenen moved, seconded by Alderperson Reed, that the Council Rise and Report and reconvene to the Common Council. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 20-0499 Report of the Committee of the Whole Alderperson Prohaska moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the Report of the Committee of the Whole be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Absent: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford L. COMMITTEE REPORTS Alderperson Coenen moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the balance of the agenda be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Coenen moved, Alderperson Prohaska seconded, to approve the report. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 20-0466 Request to approve Special Use Permit #3-20 for a restaurant with alcohol sales and consumption located at 135 East Wisconsin Avenue (Tax Id #31-6-0323-00), 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_ 135 E Wisconsin Ave_SUP_For04-22-20. pdf 20-0467 Request to approve Minor Amendment to Special Use Permit #28-01 toallow alcohol sales and service on a new o utdoor deck area on the north side of the building at 215 South Memorial Drive (Tax Id #31-3-0883-00), as shown on the attached maps and per attached run with the land subject to the conditions in the attached staff report and approve attached Resolution Attachments: StaffReport_Sangrias_ SUPMinorAmendment_For4-22-20. pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0468 Request to approve the North Edgewood Estates 2 Preliminary Plat as shown on the attached maps and subject to the attached conditions Attachments: StaffReport_NorthEdgewoodEstates2_ PrePlat_For04-22-20. pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 20-0471 Request to approve Change Order #1 to the 2019 Fire Station #4 HVAC Upgrades project to Baumgart Mechanical in the amount of $14,147. The overall contract will increase from $61,050 to $75,197 and approve the following 2020 budget adjustment: Facilities Capital Projects Fund 2020 Fire Station #6 Hardscape Replacement Ph 2 Proj - $14,000 2019 Fire Station #4 HVAC Upgrades Project +$14,000 to reflect a balance transfer between projects Attachments: 2019 Fire Station #4 HVAC Upgrades Change Order and budget adjustment. pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0473 Request to award Unit O-20 Sanitary and Storm Sewer CIPP Lining to Visu-Sewer, Inc in the amount of $628,850 with a 5% contingency of $31,450 for a project total not to exceed $660,300 Attachments: Award of Contract Unit O-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0475 Request to approve change to 2020 Street Light Infill CIP to move up Astor Lane and Tuckaway Lane and push back Roemer Road Attachments: Street Light Infill CIP.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 8. MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 9. MINUTES OF THE FOX CITIES TRANSIT COMMISSION 10. MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 20-0441 Jansen Bee Application - Appeal Attachments: Jensen application Jan 2020.pdf Jensen neighbor objection.pdf 1721 E Paloma ct Feb 2020 denial letter.pdf Jensen appeal letter March 2020.pdf This item has been resolved, no action was taken. M. CONSOLIDATED ACTION ITEMS N. ITEMS HELD 20-0385 Request from Dave Rangle, 1028 S. Walden Avenue, to have his sidewalk snow removal bill of $107.40 waived. Attachments: 1028 S Walden waive snow bill.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Prohaska, that the Report Action Item be held. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska andAlderperson Corey Otis Nay: 4- Alderpers on William Siebers, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Mike Smith and Alderperson Patti Coenen Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford O. ORDINANCES 20-0478 Ordinance #72-20 Attachments: Ordinance 72-20 for 4-22-2020 CC Mtg.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Smith, that the ordinance be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis 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 #8-R-20 City of Appleton Brand Study Resolution Submitted by: Alderperson Christopher W. Croatt Submitted on: April 22, 2020 Whereas, the City of Appleton has been identified locally, regionally, and nationally as a leader in many aspects and has been recommended as a preferred place to call home, work, and raise a family for a variety of positive reasons. And Whereas, the City of Appleton is getting regional and national attention with positive accolades and endorsements such as a best affordable place to live, a best place for children, low unemployment, fiscal restraint, a community with many parks, trails, and playgrounds, and many more. And Whereas, the City of Appleton, like other entities (public and private) providing a service or product offering, has a brand image. And Whereas, a strong brand image and identity is an important attribute for any entity (public or private sector) looking to attract top talent and new business and foster impactful economic development. And Whereas, a brands strength comes from the following attributes: 1. Motivational vision statement 2. Clearly defined mission 3. Clearly defined values 4. Marketing consistency 5. High brand equity And Whereas, branding is part of a marketing plan/strategy and the strength of a brand is a direct result of supporting marketing-related activities through funding mechanisms and execution plans. And Whereas, Appleton's quality of life, vibrancy, and values could be better conveyed by an updated logo, slogan, and messaging. Therefore Be It ResolvedThe City of Appleton should evaluate all financing options to appropriate the necessary funds to launch a brand study in 2020 or include a brand study in the 2021 budget. Such a study should be conducted by a highly qualified firm to be identified through the RFP process. At a minimum, the scope of the brand study should include logo redesign, development of a graphic standards manual for the entire organization, further definition of mission, value proposition, key marketing strategies, and a detailed recommendation of brand-strengthening activities that can be planned and budgeted for. And Therefore Be Resolved...As part of the defined RFP language and study conducted by an outside entity, citizen input through open dialogue sessions be included as part of the overall process as well as options for a phased in implementation plan based on budgetary limitations or other factors. #9-R-20 Local Government Term Limits Referendum Question Resolution Authored and Submitted by: Alderperson Christopher W. Croatt (D14) Submitted on: April 22, 2020 Therefore, Be It Resolved The City of Appleton put to binding referendum (in November 2020) the following: Beginning with the 2021 election and for all elections thereafter, shall the total length ofservice for the positions of Mayor and Alderperson (City Council member) be limited so that no person may be elected to consecutive terms totaling more than 12 years? R. OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS S. ADJOURN Alderperson Coenen moved, seconded by Alderperson Wolff, that the meeting be adjourned at 9:38 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: May 14, 2020


CITY OF APPLETON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED REZONING #1-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a public hearing to be held before the Common Council on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, at 7:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as can be heard, in Council Chambers, 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, to consider the following: Pursuant to Section 23-65(b) of the Appleton Municipal Code, to consider a rezoning request made by the owner of Clearwater Creek, LLC, Robert DeBruin in the matter of amending Chapter Twenty-three (Zoning Ordinance) of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton for the following described real estate: Part of Tax Id #6-6201-00: From (AG) Agricultural District, (PD/R-2) Planned Development Two-family District and (PD/R-3) Planned Development Multi-family District to the (R-1B) Single-family District; Part of Tax Id #6-6200-00: From (AG) Agricultural District to the (R-1B) Single-family District; All of Tax Ids #6-6202-27 and 6-6202-28: From (PD/R-3) Planned Development Multi-family District to (R-1B) Single-family District; Part of Tax Id #6-6202-29: From (P-I) Public Institutional District to the (R-1B) Single-family District; and Part of Tax Id #6-6001-02: From (PD/R-3) Planned Development Multi-family District to the (R-1B) Single-family District, including the road right-of-way of Haymeadow Avenue and Spartan Drive. Purpose of the Rezoning: Facilitate the construction of a residential subdivision called the Third Addition to Clearwater Creek Subdivision along Haymeadow Avenue and Spartan Drive. All persons interested are invited to express your views or concerns regarding the above-described request. The Common Council meeting is open to the public; however, considering the COVID-19 Health Emergency, you are strongly encouraged to share any feedback with council members via written letter, email or phone call instead of appearing in person. Please contact Don Harp, Principal Planner, in the Community and Economic Development Department at 920-832-6466 or by email at don.harp@appleton.org. Alternatively, you can also contact the Mayor's Office at mayor@appleton.org and your comments will be forwarded to the Common Council. The Common Council makes the final decision on the matter. 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: May 19 & 26, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Fond du Lac Notice of Auction Please take notice that pursuant to Section 630-20 of the Code of the City of Fond du Lac and Wisconsin Statute Section 342.40, the below listed vehicle(s) was deemed abandoned and a public nuisance by the City of Fond du Lac. All registered owners and lienholders of said vehicle(s) were properly and timely notified of impoundment. A public auction will be held on June 13, 2020 at 10:00 AM. Said auction will take place at Trans American Recovery Service Inc., W3828 Laurel Lane, Fond du Lac, WI, 54935. The listed vehicle(s) is sold "as is" and with all faults. Said vehicle does not have keys. Terms and conditions announced at the auction take precedent. Vehicles must be paid for in full with cash at the time of sale. Vehicles must be removed, by appointment, within 10 days of sale. Failure to remove the vehicle within 10 days of the auction constitutes forfeiture of all interests in the vehicle. Vehicle List: 1999 Oldsmobile 88 1G3HN52K5X4820979 2001 Ford Explorer 1FMYU70E21UC19222 1992 Honda Accord 1HGCB7554NA181742 2002 Volkswagen Passat WVWPD63B82P292185 2002 Buick LeSabre 1G4HP54K424227920 2000 Dodge Durango 1B4HS28NY0YF308008 2002 Chevy Impala 2G1WF52E729144984 2002 Chevy Cavalier 1G1JH12F127466186 2004 Pontiac Grand Am 1G2NF52E04C227319 Run: May 22, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF KEWAUNEE LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that the following persons have applies to Common Council of the City of Kewaunee for their liquor and/or fermented malt beverage license for period beginning July 1, 2020, and ending June 30, 2021. COMBINATION CLASS B LIQUOR AND FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE: Classix, LLC, Cassondra Jelinek, Agent 1510 Ellis St. Lynn Brusky(The Goose Nest) 207 Ellis St. TMJ Lanes Inc., Tylor Slack, Agent 216 Ellis St. Kewaunee Bucket-Hogans Outfitters, LLC, Ken Kuehl 311 Harrison St. Mark T. Kunkel (Kunkel's Korner) 301 Ellis St. Lake Effects Pub, LLC(Scott J. Paul) 408 Milwaukee St. Waters Edge Ent.(Port O Call), Randy Vandenack, Agent 310 Milwaukee St. ABC Hospitality LLC, Alison Kentgen, Agent 208 Ellis St. Waterfront Bar & Grill, LLC, Jill Pansier, Agent 215 N. Main St. "CLASS A" INTOXICATING LIQUOR AND/OR CLASS "A" BEER LICENSE: Harbor Express Limited, Dennis Shimanek, Agent 202 Milwaukee St. Piggly Wiggly of Kewaunee Inc., Nicholas Vandervest, Agent 931 Marquette Dr. Dolgencorp, LLC (Doller General), Anthony Hawk, Agent 991 Marquette Dr. Michael Paral (Center Court) 1614 Center Ct. CLASS "B" BEER LICENSE: Kewaunee Just Cares Inc., Kirsten Richard, Agent 1004 First St Kewaunee Chiefs Baseball Club, Anthony Barta, Agent 710 Wisconsin Ave All applications to come before the Council for action on June 8, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. Terri S. Decur City of Kewaunee Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 28, 29, 30, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF KEWAUNEE NOTICE OF BOARD OF APPEALS HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the Zoning Board of Appeals for the City of Kewaunee at the Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee, Wisconsin, on Wednesday, the 3rd day of June, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. 1. The purpose will be to consider a request for a Variance to locate a garage/storage building within the side yard, according to Municipal Zoning Code 94-41, for the following: Request by Linda Koening-Huske, 204 Rose Street, Kewaunee. WI 54216, Parcel 31 241-OPT 295, asking to allow garage/storage building in the side yard. The public is invited to attend and comment on the above. Written comments may be submitted prior to the meeting by sending to Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee, WI 54216. Dated this 18th day of May, 2020. Terri Decur Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 20, 27, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF KEWAUNEE NOTICE OF THE BOARD OF REVIEW / OPEN BOOK SESSION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 2020 City of Kewaunee Board of Review, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, will be conducted at the City Hall Community Room, 401 Fifth Street, on Wednesday, June 10, 2020, commencing at 6:00 PM and proceeding until 8:00 PM. The City Assessor will be available for Open Book discussions / questions at the Kewaunee City Hall Conference Room C, 401 Fifth Street, on Thursday, May 21, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The assessment roll will be available for Public Review at the City Hall beginning on May 21, 2020 at times that corresponds to the open hours of the City Clerk's office. The roll may not be removed from the premises. This will be conducted by appointment only. Please be advised of the following requirements to appear before the board of review and procedural requirements if appearing before the board: 1. No person will be allowed to appear before the board of review, to testify to the board by telephone, or to contest the amount of any assessment of real or personal property if the person has refused a reasonable written request by certified mail of the assessor to view the property. 2. After the first meeting of the board of review and before the board's final adjournment, no person who is scheduled to appear before the board of review may contact or provide information to a member of the board about the person's objection, except at a session of the board. 3. The board of review may not hear an objection to the amount or valuation of property unless, at least 48 hours before the board's first scheduled meeting, the objector provides to the board's clerk written or oral notice of an intent to file an objection, except that upon a showing of good cause and the submission of a written objection, the board shall waive that requirement during the first 2 hours of the board's first scheduled meeting, and the board may waive that requirement up to the end of the 5th day of the session or up to the end of the final day of the session if the session is less than 5 days with proof of extraordinary circumstances for failure to meet the 48-hour notice requirement and failure to appear before the board of review during the first 2 hours of the first scheduled meeting. 4. Objections to the amount or valuation of property shall first be made in writing and filed with the clerk of the board of review within the first 2 hours of the board's first scheduled meeting, except that, upon evidence of extraordinary circumstances, the board may waive that requirement up to the end of the 5th day of the session or up to the end of the final day of the session if the session is less than 5 days. The board may require objections to the amount or valuation of property to be submitted on forms approved by the Department of Revenue, and the board shall require that any forms include stated valuations of the property in question. Persons who own land and improvements to that land may object to the aggregate valuation of that land and improvements to that land, but no person who owns land and improvements to that land may object only to the valuation of that land or only to the valuation of improvements to that land. No person may be allowed in any action or proceedings to question the amount or valuation of property unless the written objection has been filed and that person in good faith presented evidence to the board in support of the objections and made full disclosure before the board, under oath, of all of that person's property liable to assessment in the district and the value of that property. The requirement that objections be in writing may be waived by express action of the board. 5. When appearing before the board of review, the objecting person shall specify in writing the person's estimate of the value of the land and of the improvements that are the subject of the person's objection and specify the information that the person used to arrive at that estimate. 6. No person may appear before the board of review, testify to the board by telephone, or object to a valuation if that valuation was made by the assessor or the objector using the income method of valuation, unless the person supplies the assessor with all the information about income and expenses, as specified in the assessor's manual under s. 73.03 (2a), Wis. stats., that the assessor requests. The City of Kewaunee has an ordinance for the confidentiality of information about income and expenses that is provided to the assessor under this paragraph that provides exceptions for persons using information in the discharge of duties imposed by law or the duties of their officer or by order of a court.* The information that is provided under this paragraph, unless a court determined that it is inaccurate, is not subject to the right of inspection and copying under s. 19.35 (1), Wis. stats. 7. The board shall hear upon oath, by telephone, all ill or disabled persons who present to the board a letter from a physician, surgeon, or osteopath that confirms their illness or disability. No other persons may testify by telephone. 8. No person may appear before the board of review, testify to the board by telephone, or contest the amount of any assessment unless, at least 48 hours before the first meeting of the board, or at least 48 hours before the objection is heard if the objection is allowed under s.70.47 (3) (a), Wis. stats., that person provides to the clerk of the board of review notice as to whether the person will ask for the removal of a member of the board of review and, if so, which member, and provides a reasonable estimate of the length of time the hearing will take. Notice is hereby given this 14th day of May, 2020 Terri S. Decur Clerk/Treasurer Published on May 14, 2020 and May 27, 2020 in Green Bay Press-Gazette Posted on May 14, 2020 at Kewaunee City Hall Run: May 14, 27, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Manitowoc 900 Quay Street Manitowoc, WI 54220 www.manitowoc.org Meeting Minutes Common Council Council Chambers Monday, May 18, 2020 6:30 PM A. CALL TO ORDER B. ROLL CALL Alderpersons Present: 10 Jim Brey, Eric Sitkiewitz, Steven Czekala, Scott McMeans, Jeremiah Novak, Todd Lotz, Courtney Hansen, Bill Schlei, Brett Vanderkin and John Brunner C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE & INVOCATION D. PRESENTATIONS 20 0483 MPU Presentation of Findings and Recommendations Generation Resiliency Project Manitowoc Public Utilities CEO & General Manager Nilaksh Kothari gave Council a presentation on the proposed Generation Resiliency Project E. PUBLIC HEARINGS 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. G. APPOINTMENTS AND BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR Mayor Justin Nickels made the following appointments to the Brownfields Advisory Committee: Rich Hoerth, David Diedrich, Karen Nichols, Mike Huck, Peter Wills, Terrance Fox, Dennis Teinor Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, to approve the Mayor's appointments. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner H. CONSENT AGENDA 1. Removal of Consent Agenda Items None Approval of the Consent Agenda Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, to accept the Consent Agenda Items and recommendations of the various committees The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 2. Miscellaneous 20 0477 Minutes of April 1, 2020 Common Council special meeting, recommending approval and place on file 20 0478 Minutes of April 20, 2020 Common Council meeting, recommending acceptance and place on file. 20 0479 Minutes of April 21, 2020 Common Council organizational session, recommending acceptance and place on file. 20 0480 Communication from Wisconsin DNR relative to Water Main Plan and Specification Approval at water main replacements on S. 13th St., S. 29th St., Maritime Dr., Buffalo St., and York St., recommending acceptance and place on file. 20 0481 Public Notice of an Air Pollution Control Permit Application Review of Ridgeview Recycling and Disposal Facility located at 6207 Hempton Lake Rd., Whitelaw, WI, recommending acceptance and place on file. 3. Committee of the Whole (Consent) 4. Finance Committee (Consent) 20 0335 Request from Holy Family College for an exception to MMC 11.010(12)(c) "Class B" License Regulations regulating the Minimum Operating Requirements to be open a minimum 60 days each year for at least four hours per day, recommend to place on file. 20 0414 Request from Time Out Sports Bar & Grill, TAV 1906 for a temporary extension of premise, recommend to approve request. 20 0418 Scope of Engagement relative to City of Manitowoc Community Development Authority Bond Financing for Southfield Townhouses Project, recommend to approve. 20 0419 Request from Manitowoc County Expo/Fair entertainment pavilion purveyors to extend live band music performances on Friday, August 28 and Saturday, August 29, 2019 to 11:30 p.m. with beer sales ending at Midnight and with music stopping at 11:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday and beer sales discontinuing at 11:30 p.m., recommend to approve the request. 20 0420 Memorandum of Agreement for Weights and Measures Inspection, recommend to approve the agreement. 20 0423 1st Quarter Budget Exception Report, recommend to accept and place on file. 20 0427 Request to purchase equipment to upgrade CastNET Channel 4 Digital Signage, recommend to approve the request. 20 0432 Communication from Nicholas Mueller, Community Development, requesting blanket authority to solicit donations for work downtown, as outlined therein, recommend to accept communication. 20 0439 MOU with County for tax collection pursuant to Act 185, recommend to enter into MOU and refer to the City Attorney to draft a resolution. 20 0484 General City Claims in the amount of $2,564,227.64 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. 20 0514 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) 6. Public Infrastructure Committee (Consent) 20 0343 Stormwater Management Facility Maintenance Agreement with Lakeside Foods, Inc., 1801 South 30th Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220, recommending entering into Agreement 20 0406 Request for Approval to use Zoo Donation Tube Funding for Landscaping, recommending approval of donation tube funding. 20 0408 Reallocation of Manitou Park to Spring Street Trail Project Funding to Camp Vits Trail Head Project, recommending approval 20 0411 CAWG Request for OpenSite Designer (OSD) Configuration Bentley Engineering Software Survey Code Update, recommend to approve the request. 20 0412 Request to Install Lane Designation Pavement Markings at S. 41st and Custer St., recommend to deny and place on file. 20 0433 Senior Center Fee Schedule Change, recommending approval 20 0435 Stormwater Management Facility Maintenance Agreement with Forest Creek LLC, 100 Maritime Drive Suite 3C., recommending to enter into the agreement 20 0438 Manitowoc Youth Baseball Association Updates, recommending approval and to continue to work with the MYBA with City Attorney's Office. 20 0490 Report of Board of Public Works of approval to enter into AGMT 20 02 with Americas Landscape Lawn Service, LLC for grass cutting and trimming services for properties in non compliance with City weed ordinance for a three year term at a rate of time and material, recommend acceptance and place on file. 20 0501 Report of Board of Public Works of 5/6/2020 of approval to enter into AGMT 20 03 with Mulch Express of Wisconsin to furnish and install certified wood chips for 15 City Playgrounds, 2 Flowerbeds and 2 Islands at S. 26th and Calumet Ave. for a contract price of $12,450.00, recommending acceptance and place on file. 20 0502 Report of Board of Public Works of 5/6/2020 of approval to enter into AGMT 20 04 with SC Concrete for installation of 2 new storm sewer inlets in the 1100 block of N. 12th St. for a contract price of $8,354.00, recommending acceptance and place on file. 20 0503 Report of Board of Public Works of 4/29/2020 of approval of Permanent Easement by Chad B. Neuser and Bianna L. Neuser for the sum of $2,7100 for a perpetual easement to be utilized for a permanent utility easement for storm sewer southwest of W. Crescent Drive, recommending approval. 20 0504 Report of Board of Public Works of 4/29/2020 of approval of Temporary Construction Easement by Chad B. Neuser and Brianna L. Neuser for the purpose of sloping, grading, restoration and operating construction equipment during the construction of a storm sewer southwest of W. Crescent Dr., recommending approval. 20 0505 Progress invoices from WI Department of Transportation for Waldo Blvd project in the amounts of: $1,240.60, $1,008.10, $144,646.81, $662,207.63, recommending payment. 20 0506 Report of Board of Public Works of 4/29/2020 of approval of Permanent Easement by Ralph & Susan Skarda Rev Trust dated March 1, 1994 for a permanent utility easement for storm sewer west of W. Crescent Dr, recommending approval. 7. Public Safety Committee (Consent) 8. Plan Commission (Consent) I. COMMITTEE REPORTS 1. Committee of the Whole 20 0379 Proposal from Boys and Girls Club for Mirro property Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, to support the Boys & Girls Club purchase of 1512 Washington St. & instruct City staff to continue to negotiate the transfer of the property and to instruct City staff to move forward with grant dollars for cleanup & structural analysis. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0473 Lakeshore Mall Tax Appeal Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, to authorize City Attorney and Finance Director to enter into settlement as proposed. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0482 Proposal from Herald Times Reporter to publish Council proceedings, legal notices, display ads and ordinances, for the contract year beginning June 1, 2020. Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, to approve and enter into a contract. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0516 CN Peninsula Project Phase 2 Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, to approve the funding plan and recommendation as presented. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0521 Request from Fat Seagull for extension of premise and street closure on Saturday, May 23rd from 2pm 6pm and Sunday, May 24th from 2pm 6pm Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, that this Request be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0518 Resolution authorizing staff to approve street closure requests and temporary extension of premises requests Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0539 Resolution authorizing Mayor's actions during state of emergency Moved by Brey, seconded by Novak, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 2. Finance Committee 20 0538 Resolution authorizing MPU Commission to fund Generation Resiliency Project Moved by Brey, seconded by McMeans, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0508 Request from Green Street Food & Spirits for temporary extension of premise. Moved by Brey, seconded by McMeans, that this Request be approved through September 7, 2020. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0509 Ordinance to amend Section 1.030(1) of the Municipal Code changing the location of the voting place for the First Aldermanic District to Silver Creek Fieldhouse at 3001 S. 10th Street Moved by Brey, seconded by McMeans, that this Ordinance be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0512 Pekarske Builders: Request for an Option and right of First Refusal for Lot 1, Block 9, Manitowoc I 43 Industrial Park Subdivision No. 3 Moved by Brey, seconded by McMeans, to approve this request with effective date being established as May 20, 2020. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0519 Request for $14,000 from the City of Manitowoc Room Tax Undesignated Reserve Fund to offset carferry dock fee for 2020 Moved by Brey, seconded by McMeans, that this Request be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0520 Resolution authorizing $150,000 from the City of Manitowoc Undesignated Reserve Fund for a Small Business COVID 19 Relief Fund Moved by Brey, seconded by McMeans, that this Request be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0537 Resolution waiving interest and penalties on 2020 property tax installment payments until October 1, 2020 pursuant to Wisconsin Act 185 Moved by Brey, seconded by McMeans, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 3. Personnel Committee 20 0511 Transit employees Agreement for 2020 2022 Moved by Czekala, seconded by Hansen, that this Agreement be entered into. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0524 Resolution to approve the agreement with Associated Financial Group as the City's Benefits Broker for years 2021 through 2023 Moved by Czekala, seconded by Hansen, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0535 Service Fee Agreement with Associated Financial Group, LLC (Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting) Moved by Czekala, seconded by Hansen, that this Agreement be entered into. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0540 Resolution enacting a spending and hiring freeze for 2020 due to COVID 19 Moved by Czekala, seconded by Hansen, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0510 Appointment of a Council member to the Bargaining Committee Moved by Czekala, seconded by Hansen, to appoint Alderman Scott McMeans to be the City Council representative on the Bargaining Committee. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 4. Public Infrastructure Committee 20 0323 Bay Pointe Recreation Trail Resolution Moved by Novak, seconded by Hansen, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0324 Camp Vits Public Access Resolution Moved by Novak, seconded by Hansen, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0407 Resolution authorizing Manitowoc Public Utilities to apply for Safe Drinking Water Loan Program Moved by Novak, seconded by Hansen, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0507 Memorandum of Understanding for Construction of a 20 foot Wide Section of Concrete Pavement on S. 18th St. for Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Company, Inc. Moved by Novak, seconded by Hansen, that this Request be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0523 Resolution to hire, backfill and overlap DPI Maintenance Engineer due to retirement Moved by Novak, seconded by Hansen, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0536 Access Agreement with Wisconsin Public Service Corporation (WSPC) for remedial investigation at N. 10th and Chicago St. site Moved by Novak, seconded by Hansen, that this Agreement be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 5. Public Safety Committee 20 0417 Ordinance to create Section 11.180 of the Municipal Code regulating Commercial Quadricycles (Pedal Pubs) Moved by Lotz, seconded by Novak, that this Ordinance be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 20 0463 Ordinance to amend Section 10.570; 15.030; and 15.430 of the Manitowoc Municipal Code regulating Off Street Parking and Loading. Moved by Lotz, seconded by McMeans, that this Ordinance be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner 6. Plan Commission 20 0513 Resolution for the submission of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Application Moved by Brey, seconded by Sitkiewitz, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner J. OTHER BUSINESS K. ADJOURN Moved by Sitkiewitz, seconded by McMeans, that this meeting be adjourned at 8:10 p.m. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, McMeans, Novak, Lotz, Hansen, Schlei, Vanderkin and Brunner Deborah Neuser City Clerk Run: May 28, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF MARSHFIELD MEETING NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Please Take Notice that a Zoning Board of Appeals of the City of Marshfield, State of Wisconsin, will be in session on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 6:00 PM in the Public Conference Room, City Hall, 207 West 6th Street at which time all persons interested or their Agents or Attorneys may be heard on the following matters: 1. Call to Order Chairman Markwardt 2. Roll Call Secretary Altmann 3. Approval of Minutes March 10, 2020 4. Election of new Vice Chairman 5. Identify potential conflicts of interest 6. Variance Request by Robert Burrows Jr. for a variance to the requirement set forth in Section 18-64(4)(b), which requires that all buildings, structures, outdoor storage areas, and other activity areas for a "Salvage or Junkyard" land use, shall be located a minimum of 50 feet from all roads and lot lines. The applicant is requesting a 50 foot variance in order to allow for buildings, structures, outdoor storage areas, and other activity areas to be located 0 feet from all roads and lot lines. The subject property is located at 2609 East 4th Street (33-03412AB) and zoned "GI" General Industrial. Public Hearing Required 7. Staff Updates 8. Adjourn For additional information regarding items on the agenda, please contact Bryce Hembrook, City Planner at 715-486-2074. Deb M. Hall, WCMC City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA COMMON COUNCIL Tel Web Conference Tuesday April 21, 2020 MINUTES A. CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order by Mayor Merkes at 6:06 p.m. B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE C. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Alderman Randy Ropella, Rebecca Nichols, James Taylor, Stan Sevenich, Mark Langdon, Ann Schmidt, Tom Grade, Ted Grade. ALSO PRESENT: Mayor Merkes, CA/HRD Captain, PC Styka, FC Kloehn, CDD Schroeder, DPW Alix, FD Sassman, PHD McKenney, PRD Tungate, DDE Gordon, MUGM Krause, MUEM Grenell, Clerk Galeazzi. D. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF THE COMMON COUNCIL AND MAYOR/TEL WEB CONFERENCE M/S/C: Sevenich/Tom Grade to suspend the rules and allow the use of electronic devices. E. PUBLIC HEARING F. REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OFFICERS/ DEPARTMENT HEADS/ STAFF/ CONSULTANTS 1. PHD McKenney and CA Captain, Update of City Staffing during Wisconsin's Safer-At-Home Order PHD McKenney updated the Council on COVID-19 cases in the State of Wisconsin, Counties of Winnebago County, and City of Menasha. She thanked staff and residents for their cooperation to keep everyone safe at home. PHD McKenney explained the Governor plan to reopen the State in phases. CA/HRD Captain updated the Council on the City staffing during the Safer-At-Home order. The City's Incident Command System (ICS) has prepare an implementation plan towards effectively reopening all City building and resuming all services in the next two weeks. 2. Clerk Galeazzi - the following minutes and communications a-d have been received and placed on file. M/S/C: Sevenich/Schmidt to receive Minutes a-d. G. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER OF CONCERN TO THE CITY Robert Smith, 1234 Appleton Street, Menasha. Commented on Release and Settlement Agreement with Shirley Van Harpen and Keen Capital Management. He does not support the Council approving this agreement and allowing the project on the property at 1147 & 1151 Racine Road. Melissa Suttner, 1230 Appleton Street, Menasha. She was concerned with parking for the project at 1147 & 1151 Racine Road. H. CONSENT AGENDA Minutes to approve: 1. Common Council, 3/16/2020 & 4/6/2020 Board of Public Works, 4/6/2020, Recommends Approval of: 2. Recommendation to Award Menasha Utilities; Racine Street Bridge, Underground Bore Project; Roemer, $528,476.00 and Racine Street Bridge, Tie-in to Underground Project; MasTec, $294,105.00 3. Recommendation to Award Contract Unit No. 2020-03; Crack Seal (Various Locations); Precision Seal Coating $70,000.40 4. Public Works Facility Project Update/Change Order #1-Contract Unit No. 2020-06; PWF Construction Project ($4,401.00) and put into contingency fund amount equal to $465,567.85 Personnel Committee, 4/6/2020, Recommends Approval of: 5. To post the City Clerk position internally and externally, and to form interview committee consisting of Personnel Chairman, Council President, and Mayor Plan Commission, 4/14/2020 , Recommends Approval of: 6. Certified Survey Map and affidavit of correction as proposed consolidating lots 8 and 9 Province Terrace. (Parcel #7-00001-00 and #7-00001-08). Sevenich requested to remove items 2, 3 & 4 from the Consent Agenda. M/S/C: Sevenich/Ted Grade to approve Consent Agenda items 1, 5, & 6. I. ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA 1. M/S/CRC8-0: Langdon/Nichols to approve Consent Agenda item 2, Recommendation to Award Menasha Utilities; Racine Street Bridge, Underground Bore Project; Roemer, $528,476.00 and Racine Street Bridge, Tie-in to Underground Project; MasTec, $294,105.00 2. M/S/CRC8-0: Langdon/Taylor to approve Consent Agenda item 3, Recommendation to Award Contract Unit No. 2020-03; Crack Seal (Various Locations); Precision Seal Coating $70,000.40. 3. M/S/CRC8-0: Langdon/Tom Grade to approve Consent Agenda item 4, Public Works Facility Project Update/Change Order #1-Contract Unit No. 2020-06; PWF Construction Project ($4,401.00) and put into contingency fund amount equal to $465,567.85 J. ACTION ITEMS 1. Accounts payable and payroll for the term of 4/9/20-4/16/20 in the amount of $2,700,331.17 M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Ted Grade to approve. 2. Approval of Release and Settlement Agreement by and among City of Menasha, Shirley Van Harpen and Keen Capital Management, LLC (Certified Survey Map and Special Use Permit related to 1147 and 1151 Racine Road) M/S/CRC7-1: Langdon/Tom Grade to approve. Taylor voted no. 3. Preliminary and Final Plat Review Replat of Lots 18-25 Lake Park Villas and Disposition of Property M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Schmidt to approve. 4. Request to Receive and Spend Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), Division of Public Health (DPH) Overdose Data to Action Community Prevention Grant Funds for the Menasha Community Addiction Assistance Program M/S/C: Sevenich/Langdon to approve. K. HELD OVER BUSINESS L. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS M. APPOINTMENTS N. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY O. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA P. THANK YOU TO OUTGOING COMMITTEE MEMBERS Mayor Merkes recognized and thanked the outgoing committee members for their service. Francis Ebben, Police Commission Gordon Eckrich, Board of Review Jim Koslowski, Board of Appeals Rob DeLain, Parks & Recreation Board Lori Asmus, Board of Health Linda Kennedy,Redevelopment Authority Q. ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE M/S/C: Taylor/Tom Grade to adjourn Sine Die at 7:50 p.m. Deborah A. Galeazzi, WCMC, City Clerk City Clerk Complete minutes available in Clerk's office and on city website. Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA NEW COMMON COUNCIL Tel Web Conference Tuesday, April 21, 2020 MINUTES A. CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order by Mayor Merkes at 7:51 p.m. B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE C. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Aldermen Rebecca Nichols, James Taylor, Stan Sevenich, Mark Langdon, Ann Schmidt, Tom Grade, Ted Grade, Randy Ropella. ALSO PRESENT: Mayor Merkes, CA/HRD Captain, PC Styka, FC Kloehn, CDD Schroeder, FD Sassman, PHD McKenney, LD Lenz, DDE Gordon, Clerk Galeazzi. D. PUBLIC HEARING E. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER OF CONCERN TO THE CITY F. REPORT OF DEPARTMENT HEADS/STAFF/CONSULTANTS 1. Clerk Galeazzi - communication a has been received and placed on file. M/S/C: Sevenich/Tom Grade to receive Communication a. G. CONSENT AGENDA H. ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA I. ACTION ITEMS J. HELD OVER BUSINESS K. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 1. R-17-20 A Resolution Adopting Rules of Common Council and Mayor (Introduced by Ald. Sevenich) M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Taylor to approve. M/S/C: Sevenich/Taylor to suspend the rules and allow the use of electronic devices. L. APPOINTMENTS 1. Common Council Appointments a. Council President (1 year term effective immediately) M/S/C: Taylor/Tom Grade to nominate Ald. Sevenich as Council President. Having no other nominations, a unanimous ballot was cast for Ald. Sevenich as Council President. b. An Alderman Member to the Plan Commission (1 year term effective immediately) M/S/C: Langdon/Sevenich to nominate Ald. Schmidt as Alderman Member of the Plan Commission. Having no other nominations, a unanimous ballot was cast for Ald. Schmidt as Alderman Member of the Plan Commission. c. An Alternate Alderman Member to the Plan Commission (1 year term effective immediately) Ald. Langdon nominated Ald. Tom Grade as Alternate Alderman Member of the Plan Commission. Having no other nominations, a unanimous ballot was cast for Ald. Tom Grade as Alternate Alderman Member of the Plan Commission. M. RECESS TO COMMITTEES 1. Administration Committee, Board of Public Works, Personnel Committee M/S/C: Taylor/Langdon to recess to Committees at 8:05 p.m. Reconvened at 9:34 p.m. N. APPOINTMENTS 1. Common Council Appointments a. NMFR Joint Finance and Personnel Committee 1. Council President (no action necessary) 2. Personnel Committee Chair (or Administration Committee Chair if necessary) (no action necessary) 2. Mayor's Appointments a. Approval of Alderman Ted Grade to the Parks & Recreation Board (1 year term effective immediately). M/S/C: Langdon/Tom Grade to approve. b. Approval of Alderman Tom Grade to the Landmarks Commission (1 year term effective immediately). M/S/C: Langdon/Ted Grade to approve. c. Approval of Alderman Randy Ropella to the NMFR Joint Finance and Personnel Committee (1 year term effective immediately). M/S/C: Langdon/Tom Grade to approve. d. Reappointment of Ken Kubiak to the Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue Joint Fire Commission for the term of 5/1/2020-5/1/2023. M/S/C: Sevenich/Taylor to approve. g. Reappointment of Jennifer Sassman to the Room Tax Commission for the term of 5/1/2020-5/1/2021. M/S/C: Ted Grade/Taylor to approve. O. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY P. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA Q. ADJOURNMENT M/S/C: Taylor/Ted Grade to adjourn at 9:39 p.m. Deborah A. Galeazzi, WCMC, City Clerk City Clerk Complete minutes available in Clerk's office and on city website. Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LICENSE Published pursuant to Section 125.04(3)(g) of the Wisconsin Statutes. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following application for a "Class A" license to deal in intoxicating liquor and fermented malt for the 2020-2021 licensing period has been filed with the City Clerk, Menasha, Wisconsin: Doran & Doran, LLC, d/b/a Chef Fresh Pizza For the premise at 204 Manitowoc Street Menasha, WI Scott Doran, Agent Deborah A. Galeazzi, WMCM City Clerk Run: May 25, 26, 27, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE Published pursuant to Section 125.04(3)(g) of the Wisconsin Statutes. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications for a license to deal in intoxicating liquor, fermented malt and/or wine for the July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021 licensing period has been filed with the City Clerk, Menasha, Wisconsin: "CLASS A" LIQUOR AND MALT Casey's Marketing Company, d/b/a Casey's General Store, 1492 Appleton Road, Menasha; Hedi E. Marcyes/Agent Dolgencorp LLC, d/b/a Dollar General Store #13175, 1135 Appleton Road, Menasha; Anthony Hawks/Agent Doris A. Szymanski, d/b/a Club Liquor, 234 Main Street, Menasha Fishtail LLC, d/b/a Menasha Marathon, 209 Racine Street, Menasha; Buddi Subedi/Agent FKG Oil Company, d/b/a Menasha MotoMart, 700 3rd Street, Menasha; Michael Vandenberg/Agent Kwik Trip, Inc., d/b/a Kwik Trip #297, 1499 Appleton Road, Menasha; James Peter Schumacher/Agent Kwik Trip, Inc., d/b/a Kwik Trip #743, 1870 USH 10/114, Menasha; Lori Ann Duj/Agent Quik Mart Menasha Inc., d/b/a Quik Mart, 1515 Appleton Road, Menasha; Satnam Gill/Agent RNR Foods LLC, d/b/a Menasha Piggly Wiggly, 1151 Midway Road, Menasha; Richard Lee/Agent Skogen's Foodliner Inc., d/b/a Festival Foods, 1355 Oneida Street, Menasha; Paul James Klinkhammer/Agent Stop N Go LLC, d/b/a Stop N Go, 1200 Plank Road, Menasha; Kamaljil Gill/Agent Walgreen Co., d/b/a Walgreens #03851, 305 Racine Street, Menasha; Jesse Heimlich/Agent Wisconsin CVS Pharmacy LLC, d/b/a CVS Pharmacy #5186, 1485 S. Oneida Street, Appleton; Amy Lynn Sanger/Agent CLASS "B" MALT Mario Nunez, d/b/a Crazy Donkey Burrito Grill, 14 Tayco Street, Menasha "CLASS B" LIQUOR AND MALT Benchwarmers Inc., d/b/a Redliner Bar, 977 Plank Road, Menasha; Ken Zastrow/Agent Butch & Butch Enterprise LLC, d/b/a Stone Toad Bar & Grill, 1109 S. Oneida Street, Menasha; Mark M. Dix/Agent David A. Seidl, d/b/a City Limits, 544 Fourth Street, Menasha Emprize Brewing, LLC, d/b/a Emprize Brew Mill/The Attic, 198-200 Main Street, Menasha; Anna Zoltowski/Agent Kreibels, LLC, d/b/a The Old Grog, 546 Broad Street, Menasha; Rosita Eisenach/Agent Neenah-Menasha K of C Building Association, d/b/a Knights of Columbus, 746 Third Street, Menasha; Mike Goble/Agent Peter J. Kemps, d/b/a Jitters Lounge, 23 Main Street, Menasha Plank Pub LLC, d/b/a Plank Road Pub, 800 Plank Road, Menasha, Kimberly A. Halbach/Agent Ramsey & Ramsey Inc., d/b/a R & R Bar, 2 Tayco Street Menasha; Mary A. Saunders/Agent S & S Jaber LLC, d/b/a Luigi's Pizza & Pasta, 332 Ahnaip Street, Menasha; Gianna Jaber/Agent Solea Mexican Grill LLC, d/b/a Solea Mexican Grill, 705 Appleton Road, Menasha; Eduardo Sanchez/Agent Steven Szymanski, d/b/a Club Tavern, 56 Racine Street, Menasha Tayco Tap LLC, d/b/a Tayco Tap, 10 Tayco Street, Menasha, Tony Eikland/Agent Thomas Siegel, d/b/a Tony's Bar, 212 Manitowoc Street, Menasha Viand Hospitality LLC, d/b/a Parker John's BBQ & Pizza, 124 Main Street, Menasha; Aaron M. Sloma/Agent Wilzke's Pub, LLC, d/b/a Wilzke's Pub, 528 Milwaukee Street, Menasha; Barbara Wilson/Agent Wiseguys Pizzeria LLC, d/b/a Wiseguys Pizzeria & Pub, 1440 S. Oneida Street, Appleton; Brenda J. Jorgensen/Agent RESERVE "CLASS B" LIQUOR AND MALT Chicken Palace of Menasha Inc., d/b/a Chicken Palace of Menasha, 1550 Appleton Road, Menasha; Carlos Ayala/Agent Neenah-Menasha Elks Lodge #676, d/b/a Neenah-Menasha Elks Club #676 of B.P.O.E., 328 Nicolet Blvd, Menasha; David Rudolph/Agent Notice is given this 21st day of May, 2020 by: Deborah A. Galeazzi, WCMC City Clerk Run: May 21, 22, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA TAXPAYERS NOTICE OF BOARD OF REVIEW Notice is hereby given that the Board of Review of the City of Menasha, Winnebago and Calumet Counties for the year 2020, will be in session on Thursday May 21, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in Conference Room 133, 1st Floor, Menasha City Center, 100 Main Street, Menasha, pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes Section 70.47 for the purpose of reviewing and examining the assessment rolls. Please be advised of the following requirements to appear before the board of review and procedural requirements if appearing before the board: Wisconsin law states, "Instead of appearing in person the board of review may allow the property owner to appear before the board, under oath, by telephone or to submit written statements, under oath, to the board" (Wis., Stats., 70.47(8)). Please contact the municipal clerk for more information on accommodations to file objections remotely by phone, or to file objections in writing. Please do not attend the Open Book or Board of Review in person if any of the following apply: If you are quarantined or have been diagnosed with COVID-19 If you are sick or experiencing any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 (fever, dry cough, respiratory congestion, etc.); If you are among those who have been identified by health officials as being particularly susceptible to the virus; If you have traveled outside the State of Wisconsin or been in contact with anyone who may have contracted the virus in the past 4 weeks. Instructional materials on appealing your assessment to the Board of Review are available at the City Assessor, City Clerk's offices, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha or on the City's Website at https://www.cityofmenasha-wi.gov/departments/assessor/open_book_and_board_of_review.php Notice is given this 4th day of May, 2020 by: Deborah A. Galeazzi, WMCM City Clerk Run: May 4, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Board of Public Works that it will receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., local time, on the 27th day of May, 2020 in the office of the Director of Public Works, in the City Administration Building at 211 Walnut Street in the City of Neenah, Wisconsin, for the following work: CONTRACT 11-20 Lakeshore Avenue Street Construction 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. Plans, detailed specifications and proposal forms are available for download at www.QuestCDN.com. Quest Project No. 7069987. Download cost for each contract is $20.00. 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 no later than 4:00 p.m., May 22, 2020. 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 13th day of May, 2020. Board of Public Works City of Neenah by Gerry Kaiser, Director of Public Works Run: May 15, 20, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LICENSE 2020-2021 Published pursuant to Section 125.04(3)(g) of the Wisconsin Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications for license renewals to deal in intoxicating liquor and malt beverages has been filed with the City Clerk, Neenah, Wisconsin. "CLASS BLB" MALT AND LIQUOR: Ballroom at The Reserve, LLC, 116 S. Commercial St, third floor, d/b/a Ballroom at the Reserve, 116 S. Commercial St, third floor, Justun Hart, agent Batley Holdings, LLC, 1020 Cameron Way, d/b/a Bridgewood Golf Course, 1020 Cameron Way, Richard Batley, agent Batley Holdings, LLC, 1000 Cameron Way, d/b/a Bridgewood Resort Hotel, 1000 Cameron Way, Richard Batley, agent Batley Holdings, LLC, 1010 Cameron Way, d/b/a Ground Round Bar & Grill, 1010 Cameron Way, Richard Batley, agent BayPoint Bar & Grill, Inc., 944 S. Green Bay Rd, d/b/a BayPoint Bar & Grill, 944 S. Green Bay Rd., Richard Holloway, agent Chang Qing, LLC, 415 S. Commercial St., d/b/a Bao Ju Mandarin Gourmet, 415 S. Commercial St., Li Xin Ni, agent Charctails, LLC, 133 W. Wisconsin Avenue, d/b/a Town Council Kitchen and Bar, Jonathan Horan, agent Classic Lanes Fox Valley, Inc., 934 Byrd Avenue, d/b/a Classic Lanes Fox Valley, 934 Byrd Avenue, Gary Mack, agent Copperstill Bourbon Bar, LLC, 211 E. Wisconsin Avenue, d/b/a Copperstill Bourbon Bar, 211 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Anthony Kuhr, agent Drinks N More, LLC, 293 S. Green Bay Road, d/b/a C & C Tavern, 293 S. Green Bay Road, Crista L. Schmidli, agent El Azteca Restaurants, Inc., N474 Eisenhower Dr., Appleton, WI 54915, d/b/a El Azteca Restaurant, 878 Fox Point Plaza, Fe Montalvo, agent Pizza Parlor, Inc., 905 S. Commercial St., d/b/a Cranky Pat's Pizzeria & Pub, 905 S. Commercial St., David Earle, agent Don Lei Enterprises, Inc., 129 N. Green Bay Road, d/b/a ICU Bar & Grill, 129 N. Green Bay Rd, Donald Schunk, agent Fire-Lite, Inc., 1171 Gillingham Rd., d/b/a Fire-Lite, 1171 Gillingham Rd., Laura Nelson, agent Gord's Pub, LLC, 210 Main St., d/b/a Gord's Pub, 210 Main St., Paula J. Pitsch, agent LDPK, Inc., 113 W. Wisconsin Ave., d/b/a Cannova's Pizzeria, 113 W. Wisconsin Ave., Debbie Rasmus, agent Gretchen H. Diegel/Kristin S. Zagrodnik Partnership, 1330 S Commercial St., d/b/a Cedar Bar & Grill, 1330 S. Commercial St. Lion's Tail Brewing Co., LLC, 116 S. Commercial St d/b/a Lion's Tail Brewing Co., Alexander Wenzel, agent Little Siam, LLC, 208 W. Wisconsin Ave., d/b/a Little Siam, 208 W. Wisconsin Ave., Thong Vue, individual Mr. D's Two, LLC, 218 W. Wisconsin Ave., d/b/a Mr. D's, 218 W. Wisconsin Ave., Tim Niemuth, agent My Place TNS, LLC, 1127 S. Commercial St., d/b/a My Place SNL, 1127 S. Commercial St., Terry Nelson, agent North American Hotel Group, LLC, 123 E. Wisconsin Ave., d/b/a Doubletree by Hilton Neenah, 123 E. Wisconsin Ave., Brittany M. Johnson, agent Off the Vine Woodfire Pizza Co., LLC, 124 W. Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 170, d/b/a Broken Tree Pizza, 124 W. Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 170, Emily Schreiner, agent Paper City Pub, Inc, 212 W. Wisconsin Ave., d/b/a Paper City Pub, 212 W. Wisconsin Ave., Matthew Johnson, agent RichterGreene, LLC, 134 W. Wisconsin Ave., d/b/a Greene's Pour House, 134 W. Wisconsin Ave., Robert Greene, agent Rumars, LLC, 1338 S. Commercial St., d/b/a The Dome Sports Bar & Grill, Renee Kaufert, agent Sherrytown Station, LLC, 432 Sherry St., d/b/a Sherrytown Station, 432 Sherry St., Sueann Steward, agent Short Branch Saloon LLC, 1102 Harrison St, d/b/a Short Branch Saloon, 1102 Harrison St., Lorrie Davis, agent Sidetracked Bar & Grill, LLC, 129 N Lake St., d/b/a Sidetracked Bar & Grill, 129 N Lake St., Kevin M. Redlin, agent Solea Mexican Grill, Inc., 1350 Gillingham Rd., d/b/a Solea Mexican Grill, 1350 Gillingham Rd., Eduardo Sanchez, agent Tho Kin Tho, LLC, 157 S. Green Bay Rd., d/b/a Lucky Dog'z, 157 S. Green Bay Rd., David Thoss, agent Two Broke Girlz, LLC, 430 Sherry St., d/b/a Two Broke Girlz, 430 Sherry St., Autumn Johnson, agent Uncorked Bistro, Inc., 108 W. Wisconsin Ave., d/b/a Uncorked Bistro, 108 W. Wisconsin Ave., Kristine Lavery, agent WIMEX, Inc., 145 W. Wisconsin Ave., d/b/a Zacatecas Mexican Restaurant, 145 W. Wisconsin Ave., Eduardo Lopez, agent Wisconsin Apple, LLC, 1409 Kingsley Ave #2, Orange Park FL, 32073, d/b/a Applebee's, 1111 Westowne Dr., Kent Billingsley, agent Xtra Innings, LLC, 1348 S Commercial St., d/b/a Xtra Innings, 1348 S Commercial St., Nathan Maves, agent Zuppa's Inc., 1540 S. Commercial St., d/b/a Zuppa's, 1540 S. Commercial St., Peter Kuenzi, agent CLASS "B" MALT: Sammy's Pizza, Inc, 322 N. Commercial St., d/b/a Sammy's Pizza, 322 N. Commercial St., Thomas Miller, agent "CLASS A" MALT & LIQUOR: Cellars Wines & Spirits, Inc, 113 N. Green Bay Rd., d/b/a Cellars Wine & Spirits, 113 N. Green Bay Rd., Leroy Schneidewend, agent Gill Liquor, LLC, 1117 S. Commercial St., d/b/a Gill Liquor, 1117 S. Commercial St., Amriptal Gill, agent Skogen's Foodliner, Inc., 647 S Green Bay Road, d/b/a Festival Foods, 647 S. Green Bay Rd., Kurt A. Gilhart, agent Ultimate Mart, LLC, P.O. Box 305103, Nashville, TN 37230-5103, d/b/a Pick 'n Save #124, 1530 S. Commercial St., Stefanie Galeana, agent Ultra Mart Foods, LLC, P.O. Box 305103, Nashville, TN 37230-5103, d/b/a Pick 'n Save #412, 828 Fox Point Plaza, Meghan Turner, agent Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, 702 SW 8th St., Licensing Dept. 8916, Bentonville, AR 72716, d/b/a Walmart #2986, 1155 Winneconne Ave, Samantha L. Engelhardt, agent CLASS "A" MALT: Aldi Inc. (Wisconsin), 9342 S 13th Street, Oak Creek, WI 53154, d/b/a Aldi #37, 927 S. Green Bay Road, Cody Potter, agent Kwik Trip Inc, P.O. Box 2107, La Crosse, WI 54602, d/b/a Tobacco Outlet Plus #526, 501 S. Commercial St., Jennifer Ross, agent Walgreen Co., Inc., P.O. Box 901, Deerfield, IL 60015, d/b/a Walgreen's #03392, 500 S. Commercial St., Amy GItter, agent Walgreen Co., Inc., P.O. Box 901, Deerfield, IL 60015, d/b/a Walgreen's #10236, 1191 Westowne Dr., Stephanie Schroeder, agent Wisconsin CVS Pharmacy, LLC, One CVS Drive, MD #23062A, Woonsocket, RI 02895, d/b/a CVS/Pharmacy #5936, 901 S. Green Bay Road, Marty Pedranzan, agent Run: May 9, 10, 11, 2020 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 a Special Use Permit request by Rohit Adhikari, to establish a Truck and Trailer Rental business at 521 S Commercial Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. The property for which the Special Use Permit is requested is legally described as follows: KELLOGGS SUBDIVISION LOT 1 AND LOT 2 OF BLOCK1 LOCATED IN THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 AND THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 , SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 20 NORTH, RANGE 17 EAST, CITY OF NEENAH, WINNEBAGO COUNTY, WISCONSIN. Due to the public health emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the public hearings will be held virtually. Information regarding the virtual meeting will be available on the City's website 24 hours before the meetings. For more information on this request, please visit the City of Neenah's website (www.ci.neenah.wi.us) and click on the Agendas & Minutes link on the top of the page or call (920) 886-6125. Plan Commission Informal Hearing Tuesday, May 12, 2020 4:15 P.M. Council Formal Hearing Wednesday, May 20, 2020 7:00 P.M. Brad R. Schmidt, AICP Stephanie Cheslock Deputy Director Deputy City Clerk Community Development Neenah, Wisconsin Neenah, Wisconsin Run: May 8, 11, 2020 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 a Special Use Permit request by SKS Real Estate, LLC, to establish a wholesale auto sales business at 112 Langley Blvd, Neenah, Wisconsin. The property for which the Special Use Permit is requested is legally described as follows: REPLAT OF THE AIRPORT HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION LOT 12 AND LOT 13 OF BLOCK 6 LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 SECTION 33, TOWNSHIP 20 NORTH, RANGE 17 EAST, CITY OF NEENAH, WINNEBAGO COUNTY, WISCONSIN. Due to the public health emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the public hearings will be held virtually. Information regarding the virtual meeting will be available on the City's website 24 hours before the meetings. For more information on this request, please visit the City of Neenah's website (www.ci.neenah.wi.us) and click on the Agendas & Minutes link on the top of the page or call (920) 886-6125. Plan Commission Informal Hearing Tuesday, May 12, 2020 4:15 P.M. Council Formal Hearing Wednesday, May 20, 2020 7:00 P.M. Brad R. Schmidt, AICP Stephanie Cheslock Deputy Director Deputy City Clerk Community Development Neenah, Wisconsin Neenah, Wisconsin Run: May 8, 11, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Nekoosa Intoxicating Liquor and Fermented Malt Beverage License Applications for the Licensing period of July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. Class "A" Fermented Malt Beverage Dan Williamson, 2435 18th Avenue, Friendship, for "NAPA Auto Parts", 336 Market Street, Nekoosa, WI. Class "A" Combination Fermented Malt Beverage & Intoxicating Liquor MAA VARAHI Inc., Yogesh C. Patel Agent 2923 George Road #206, Wisconsin Rapids, for . "The Party Connection", 626 Market Street, Nekoosa, WI Wade A. Korntved, 14710 Bell Road, Wisconsin Rapids, for "Nekoosa Piggly Wiggly", 1025 Market Street, Nekoosa, WI SHAMBHU LLC, Manish C. Patel President, 2925 George Road Apt #108 Wisconsin Rapids, WI, for "Shambhu LLC", 106 First Street, Nekoosa, WI Dolgencorp Inc., Nicole Greifenhagen-Agent, 636 8th St, Reedsburg, WI for "Dollar General Store #13775", 961 Market Street, Nekoosa, WI. GPM Southeast LLC, Jean Trakel Agent, W6066 Ella Lane, Plymouth, WI, for "Bread & Butter Shop #4530", 100 Market Street, Nekoosa, WI Class "B" Combination Fermented Malt Beverage & Intoxicating Liquor Scott J. Bloyd, 3738 State Hwy 80, Pittsville for "2 The Edge LLC", 428 Market Street, Nekoosa, WI. Kirk L. Barton, N15761 23rd Avenue Nekoosa, for "K & B's Bar and Grill", 400 Point Basse Avenue, Nekoosa, WI. Kevin E. Foley, 157 Hillcrest Lane Nekoosa, for "Foley's Nita Brew", 616 Market Street, Nekoosa, WI. Daniel J. Carlson, 138 Fairview Lane, Nekoosa for Goodfella's Pizza Pub & Eatery (PDD Enterprises LLC) located at 225 First Street, Nekoosa, WI. Joseph M. Rusch II City Clerk Run: May 29, 30, June 1, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Nekoosa Notice of Noxious weeds and rank growth Municipal Code§ 10.09. (1) Noxious weeds and rank growth prohibited. No owner or occupant of any lot or parcel shall allow such property to become overgrown with any weeds or grass so as to constitute a public nuisance, as defined in §10.03(8) of this chapter. (2) Notification. The Mayor shall annually, on or before May 15, publish a Class 2 notice, under Ch. 985, Wis. Stats., that every person is required by law to destroy all noxious weeds and other rank growth of vegetation, as defined in §10.03(8) of this chapter, on land in the City which he owns, occupies or controls. (3) Enforcement. If a property owner fails to control the growth of such weeds or rank growth of vegetation on his property, the Weed Commissioner shall serve upon him notice as to this fact. If such owner fails to abate this nuisance within five days after service of the notice, the Weed Commissioner shall take action to abate such public nuisance. (4) Costs. If the City causes a nuisance to be removed as provided in Subsection (3) above, the actual cost thereof, together with an administrative fee equal to 10% of the actual cost, shall be charged to the property owner. If such charges are not paid by November 15 of the year in which they are billed, such charges, together with an additional administrative fee for collection equal to 10% of the total of such charges and fees, shall be extended on the next succeeding tax roll as a tax charged against the property affected and collected in the same manner as are other taxes, pursuant to §66.0517, Wis. Stats. Daniel J. Carlson Mayor Run: May 9, 14, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Schofield Notice of Ordinance AMENDING SECTION /-122 ENTITLED "ANIMALS NOT TO RUN AT LARGE", 8-125 ENTITLED "EXERCISING ANIMALS", AND 46-557 ENTITLED "CITY PARK HOURS AND RESTRICTIONS" Please take notice that the City of Schofield has amended multiple Ordinances on May 12, 2020 with respect to animals not to run at large, exercising animals and city park hours and restrictions. Clarification was made in the amendment of 8-122 to include the length of a leash to not be more than six feet. Clarification was made in the amendment of 8-125to include that no person shall exercise or walk a dog on a leash more than six feet in length when not up property owned or controlled by such person. Sub-section (c) was added to ordinance 46-557 that states "Persons are permitted to bring an animal into city parks when such animal is on a leash not more than six feet in length. 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: May 23, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF SCHOFIELD PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held by the City of Schofield Plan Commission on the above date at 5:00 P.M. at the Schofield City Hall Council Chambers, 200 Park Street, Schofield, WI to consider the request of First Amendment to Charles Crossing Condominium: 1. REZONE A PORTION OF THE CHARLES CROSSING CONDOMINIUM ON EAST CHARLES STREET FROM UDD (UNFIDED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT) TO A NEWLY CREATED LOT 2 AS A R-1 (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL). THE PROPERTY IS DESCRIBED AS: SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 28TH NORTH, RANGE 7 EAST 2. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN THAT A MAJORITY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL MAY ATTEND THE JUNE 1, 2020 MEETING AT 5:00 P.M. AT THE SCHOFIELD COUNCIL CHAMBERS TO GATHER INFORMATION ABOUT A SUBJECT OVER WHICH THEY HAVE DECISION MAKING RESPONSIBILITY. Schofield Plan Commission Kregg Hoehn, Chairman Dated: May 14, 2020 Run: May 18, 25, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF SCHOFIELD Regular Council Proceedings April 14, 2020 The City Council of the City of Schofield met in Regular Meeting on the above date at 6:00 PM with Mayor Kregg Hoehn presiding. ROLL CALL Members Present: Ward 1 Mike Steele, Ward 1 Kristin Conway, Ward 2 Joan Joss, Ward 3 Dennis Richmond, Ward 3 Scott Dunst, Ward 4 Kari Carroll, Ward 4 Andrew Brown Also Present: Kregg Hoehn Mayor, Clayton Schulz Police Chief, Rob Bowen Fire Chief, Lisa Quinn City Clerk/Treasurer, Mark Thuot Public Works Admin, Shane VanderWaal City Attorney, Lee Turonie Member Excused: Member Absent: Ward 2 Jeffrey Pansch AUDIENCE REMARKS (Public Comment not to exceed 3 minutes per speaker) Bill Conway - newly elected Marathon County Representative introduced himself. MAYORAL COMMENTS None. CONSENT AGENDA: RESULT: CARRIED [UNANIMOUS] MOVER: Dennis Richmond, Ward 3 SECONDER: Kari Carroll, Ward 4 AYES: Steele, Conway, Joss, Richmond, Dunst, Carroll, Brown ABSENT: Jeffrey Pansch Approval of Minutes 1. City Council - Regular Meeting - Mar 10, 2020 6:00 PM 2. City Council - Special Meeting - Mar 25, 2020 5:00 PM Approval of Recommendations from Plan Commission Approval of Licenses and Permit Applications 1. April 2020 License Applications Approval of Vouchers and Checks ITEMS MOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA BUSINESS AGENDA: A. Municipal Code Chapter 5 Alcohol Beverages, Article II. - Licensing, Amending Section 5-22 Entitled "Guidelines for Issuance of Operator's Licenses" Motion made by Joss, seconded by Dunst to approve ordinance. Motion to withdraw by Joss, seconded by Dunst. Motion to table. RESULT: TABLED [UNANIMOUS] Next: 5/12/2020 6:00 PM MOVER: Joan Joss, Ward 2 SECONDER: Kari Carroll, Ward 4 AYES: Steele, Conway, Joss, Richmond, Dunst, Carroll, Brown ABSENT: Jeffrey Pansch B. Master Consulting Services Agreement Between the City of Schofield and Becher-Hoppe Associates RESULT: TABLED [UNANIMOUS] Next: 5/12/2020 6:00 PM MOVER: Scott Dunst, Ward 3 SECONDER: Andrew Brown, Ward 4 AYES: Steele, Conway, Joss, Richmond, Dunst, Carroll, Brown ABSENT: Jeffrey Pansch C. Arbor Day Proclamation RESULT: ROLL CALL [UNANIMOUS] MOVER: Andrew Brown, Ward 4 SECONDER: Kristin Conway, Ward 1 AYES: Steele, Conway, Joss, Richmond, Dunst, Carroll, Brown ABSENT: Jeffrey Pansch D. Conditional Use for a Church in a C-1 District Motion to approve the conditional use for a church in a C-1 district adding an 8 ft. fence as a buffer on the west lot line. RESULT: ROLL CALL [UNANIMOUS] MOVER: Andrew Brown, Ward 4 SECONDER: Joan Joss, Ward 2 AYES: Steele, Conway, Joss, Richmond, Dunst, Carroll, Brown ABSENT: Jeffrey Pansch STAFF REPORTS Police Chief March 2020 Report. Fire Chief March 2020 Report. City Clerk/Treasurer March 2020 Report. Public Works Director March 2020 Report. COMMITTEE/COMMISSION REPORTS County Board Report- Zriny Zriny thanked the Council and let them know it was an honor to represent the City of Schofield on the County Board. The County will be facing a potential short fall of $3.7 million dollars in the 2020 budget of $168 million due to reduced sales tax revenue, interest income revenue and the COVID 19 extraordinary expenses. Pool Commission/Park & Recreation Committee- Brown Parks are open except for use of the playground equipment until further notice. Personnel Committee- Joss April 22nd will hold Personnel meeting to interview for summer help. Finance Committee- Carroll None. Public Works Committee- Dunst None. Health and Sanitation Committee- Conway None. Judiciary Committee- Richmond Will hold meeting before next Council meeting to possibly recommend dogs in parks and operator ordinances. Public Property Committee- Pansch None. Ecomonic Development - Steele None. Riverside Fire District- Brown New fire dept 100% design completion approved to go out for bids in June and review bids in July. Water & Sewer Commission- Carroll None. CDA - None. SET FUTURE MEETING DATES ADJOURNMENT The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 PM. RESULT: CARRIED [UNANIMOUS] MOVER: Dennis Richmond, Ward 3 SECONDER: Scott Dunst, Ward 3 AYES: Steele, Conway, Joss, Richmond, Dunst, Carroll, Brown ABSENT: Jeffrey Pansch Run: May 8, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF SHEBOYGAN INVITATION FOR BIDS # 1987-20 PARK TREE AND STUMP REMOVAL The City of Sheboygan is soliciting sealed bids for the complete removal of City-owned trees located in FOUR City Parks. Interested vendors may obtain an electronic version of the documents, in pdf format at no cost by contacting the purchasing office at (920) 459-3469 or via e-mail at bernard.rammer@sheboyganwi.gov. The work associated with this contract is generally described as follows: Perform all work associated with the complete removal of trees at specified locations. The work shall include necessary advance notification of work to the City Forester. No work can occur on weekends, holidays or when a formal rental of the park facilities is in place. Contractor will provide all labor, machinery, equipment to safely and skillfully remove the trees and dispose of all materials from the removal in a lawful manner. Further, the Contractor shall cause the remaining stumps to be ground to a depth of 9" below finished grade. The resulting cavity shall then be leveled with screened topsoil and covered with grass seed and mulch. Bid Security, in the form of a Certified Check, cashiers' check or Bid Bond in an amount equal to 5% of the bid amount shall accompany each bid and a performance and payment bond equivalent to 100% of the Bid price shall be required. Bidders are advised to survey the specific trees to be removed to determine clearances from structures, overhead utilities, and devise a plan for removal of the trees in a safe manner. In addition, bidders shall have on file a Bidders proof of Responsibility with the City Engineer no less than five days prior to the bid due date a copy of which is included with the bid documents. Sealed bids, with bidders name and title of the project and the words "SEALED BID" clearly marked on the envelope, must be received no later than 1:00 PM local time on Thursday June 11, 2020 via email to: Bernard.rammer@sheboyganwi.gov Bids received after the specified time and date shall not be opened. Bids received from bidders without a Bidders proof of Responsibility on file and approved by the City shall not be opened. All bids received shall remain in effect for not less than 60 days beyond the bid due date. The City of Sheboygan reserves the right to reject any bids received, cancel this solicitation, waive any informality associated with the bid process and award the bid deemed most advantageous to the City of Sheboygan. City of Sheboygan Bernard R. Rammer, Purchasing Agent Run: May 28 & June 4, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF SHEBOYGAN LEGAL NOTIFICATION AND PUBLICATION LIQUOR LICENSES 2020-2021 Combination "Class B" Intoxicating Liquor and "Class B" Beer license by the following: Wisconsin Apple LLC., 1409 Kingsley Ave. Suite 2, Orange Park, FL, for use at Applebees Neighborhood Grill, 526 S. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan, Kent Billingsley, agent. Bump's Grill Tavern LLC, 2528 N. 22nd St., Sheboygan WI, for use at Bump's, 1902 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, Scott Grunert, agent. Champs Inc., 1501 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Champs Sports Bar, 1501 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Alisa R. Veenendaal, agent. Dennis J Reineking, 1227 Huron Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Dennys Bar, 2140 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Dennis J Reineking, owner. Wayne H Emmer, 906 S 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Emmers, 906 S 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Wayne Emmer, owner. Shar, Inc., 922 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Fountain Park Lounge, 922 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Jetmir Ameti, agent. Calumet Diner, Inc., 2504 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Harry's Diner, 2504 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Christina Latifi, agent. Prohibition Bistro Inc., 668 South Pier Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Harrys Prohibition Bistro, 668 South Pier Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Avni Latifi, agent. Trattoria Stefano Inc., 522 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Il Ritrovo, 515 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Stefano Viglietti, agent. Luigis Italian Restaurant-Sheboygan, Inc., 2910 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Luigis Italian Restaurant, 2910 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Maria Vitale, agent. Erin M Hutton, 1149 High Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at On The House, 1153 High Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Erin M Hutton, owner. Pacific Grill 3 LLC, 820 Indiana Ave., for use at Pacifico Mexican Bar and Grill, 820 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Jose Guzman, agent. Viand Hospitality LLC, 16524 Lax Chapel Rd., Kiel, WI, for use at Parker Johns BBQ & Pizza, 705 Riverfront Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Aaron Sloma, agent. Final Quest LLC, 1635 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Whats Up, 1635 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Curt Hinz, agent. Final Quest LLC, 2732 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at The Work Zone, 4604 S. Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Curt Hinz, agent. MaltScoop Corp., 739 Riverfront Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at The Duke of Devon, 739 Riverfront Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Stefano Viglietti, agent. Trattoria Stefano Inc., 522 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Trattoria Stefano, 522 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Stefano Viglietti, agent. Patrick J Martin, 1719 Elm Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at The End Zone, 904 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Patrick J Martin, owner. Bentley's LLC, 1645 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Sharpie's on Broadway, 1645 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, John Sharp, agent. Al & Al's Inc. , 1502 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Al & AL's I, 1502 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, Stephan Bruyette, agent. Anglers Avenue LLC I, 510 South Pier Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Anglers Avenue, 518 South Pier Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Paul Roberts Jr., agent. Tankard Inc., 1101 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Brennans on Michigan, 1101 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Thomas M Brennan, agent. Markevitchs Braveheart Pub LLC, 2120 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Braveheart Pub I , 2120 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Gary A. Markevitch, agent. Sack Realty LLC, 4603 Laurie Ln., Two Rivers, WI, for use at Franks Place, 3023 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Scott Wachowski, agent. Harbor Lights Two LLC, 1559 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Harbor Lights IV, 434 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, David Nennig, agent. Hops Haven, LLC, 827 S. 21st St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Hops Haven, 1327 N. 14th St., Sheboygan, WI, Dennis John Altmeyer, agent. DTG LLC, 827 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Penn Ave Pub II, 827 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Douglas Gilman, agent. Power Pubs LLC, 4792 N. Cramer St., Whitefish Bay, WI, for use at Kiwanis Park Site 8, Kiwanis Park Road, Sheboygan, WI, John L. Powers, agent. Cynthia Goetsch, 1622 S. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Skiper Inn, 808 Broadway, Sheboygan, WI, Cynthia Goetsch, owner. Silver Fern LLC, 2538 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at The Silver Fern, 2538 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Eric R Kriete, agent. Tommys Inc., 2335 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Tommys Bar, 2335 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Barry R. Drews, agent. Union Tap Bar LLC., 1401 Union Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Union Tap Bar, 1401 Union Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Nathan Fetterer, agent. Sheboygan Memorial Post No. 9156 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, 552 S. Evans St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at VFW Post 9156, 552 S Evans St., Sheboygan, WI, David Freitag, agent. JKR Pub & Grill, Inc.,2218 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Frankies Pub & Grill, 2218 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Jesse Frank, agent. Sheboygan Columbus Institute/Knights of Columbus, 833 Center Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Knight of Columbus I, 833 Center Ave., Sheboygan, WI, James Tenpas, agent. Playdium Lanes of Sheboygan Inc., 2519 S Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Lakeshore Lanes, 2519 S Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI, William J Hilbert, agent. Lino Ristorante Italiano LLC, 422 South Pier Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Lino Ristorante Italiano, 422 South Pier Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Therese Janssen, agent. Judith A Meyer, 2925 Lake Shore Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Meyers Lakeview Pub, 550 Wilson Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Judith A Meyer, owner. Mi Ranchito, LLC, 1235 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Mi Ranchito, 1235 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Vanessa Negrete, agent. On My Way, LLC, PO Box 874, Sheboygan, WI, for use at Mojo, 1235 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Joseph Bonelli, agent. My Place Bar & Grill LLC, 1515 New Jersey Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at My Place Bar & Grill, 1515 New Jersey Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Sandra A O Sosa, agent. PJs Party Zone LLC, 910 N 18th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at PJs Party Zone, 910 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Peter Z Grub, agent. Richard Lambrecht, 1322 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Poor Richards, 1105 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Richard Lambrecht, owner. Ranieri, LLC, 811 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Ranieri's Four of a Kind, 811 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Ronald Ranieri, agent. Riverview Club Inc., 626 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Riverview Club, 626 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Jason Tagel, agent. Richard W Rupp, Inc., 925 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Rupps Lodge, 925 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Sandra Rupp, agent. Renee Butzen, 2201 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Screamers, 2201 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Renee Butzen, owner Sheboygan Lodge No 438 Loyal Order of Moose Inc, 1811 Georgia Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Sheboygan Moose Lodge #438, 1811 Georgia Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Seth Fuller, agent. Slys Midtown Saloon LLC, 1652 Riverdale Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Slys Midtown Saloon, 508 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, David Sly, agent. K & M Solutions, LLC, 1509 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Sundance Saloon, 1509 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, Mark Kautzer, agent. Terry A Lawrence, 1028 Lincoln Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Terry's, 1028 Lincoln Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Terry A Lawrence, owner. The Kaddyshack LLC, 5225 S 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at The Kaddyshack, 1502 S 13th St., Sheboygan, WI, Kristen Fischer, agent. Urbane Hospitality LLC, 1231 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Urbane, 1231 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Jennifer Schreiner, agent. Sheboygan Entertainment, LLC, 2513 S. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Vibez Bar, 2513 S. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Thomas Lloyd, agent. Weill Center Foundation Inc., 826 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Weill Center, 826 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Katy Glodosky, agent. 8TH Street Ale Haus LLC, 1132 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at 8TH Street Ale Haus, 1132 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Randolph Oskey, agent. Big Mike's Sports Bar & Grill, LLC, 2526 Mandy Circle, Sheboygan, WI, for use at Big Mikes Sports Bar & Grill, 911 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Michael Kramer, agent. Sheboyan Resort Operator LLC, 725 Blue Harbor Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Blue Harbor Resort I, 725 Blue Harbor Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Matthew J. Rybarczyk, agent. Coblyns LLC, 1519 Florida Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Bourbon Street Pub & Grill, 1536 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Penny Hinz, agent. The Brew Hub LLC, 1015 S. 10th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Craft 30, 1015 S. 10th St., Sheboygan, WI, Sarah Torres, agent. Daves Whos Inn Inc., 835 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Daves Whos Inn, 835 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, David A Repinski, agent. El Camino LLC, 823 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at El Camino, 823 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Simon E Madrigal, agent. James T Passmore, 1422 N 10th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at George Michaels I, 513 N 8th St.,James T Passmore, 1422 N 10th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at George Michaels I, 513 N 8th St. 1909 Union Avenue, Inc., 2119 Sauk Trail Rd., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Gosse's at Northwestern House, 1909 Union Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Kelly K Cvetan, agent. Indiana Joes LLC, 933 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Indiana Joes, 933 Indiana Ave, Sheboygan, WI, Joseph Brost, owner. In The Bag LLC, 1501 Union Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at In The Bag, 1501 Union Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Andra Humphrey, agent. John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Inc., 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Sam Gappmayer, agent. Las Brisa's LLC, 1127A Clara Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Las Brisa's, 1129 S. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Martha Babiano Cruz, agent. Legend Larry's, LLC owned by Larry Schaefer, 1142 Plankview Green Blvd., Sheboygan Falls, WI, for use at Legend Larrys Wings & Things, 733 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Larry Schaefer, agent Sheboygan Tavern Enterprises LLC, 1702 Alexander Ct., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Limelight Pub, 1702 S. 17th St., Sheboygan, WI, Roman Draughon, agent. Pog Mo Thione, LTD, 3015 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Mannings Irish Pub, 3015 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Michael E Vidimos, agent. Stanley J Petek, 2705 S 10th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Peteks Tavern, 2702 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Stanley J Petek, owner. Pinky's LLC, 2123 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Pinky's, 2123 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Jessica Redinger, agent. Cagnant Culinary LLC, N6158 Shady Brook Lane, Sheboygan, WI, for use at Rendez-Vous,. 920 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, WI, agent Philippe Cagnant. Sheboygna Scenic Bar, LLC, 1635 Indiana Ave, Sheboygan, WI for use at Scenic Bar I, 1635 Indiana Ave, Sheboygan, WI, Kurt Wolf, agent Sheboygan Pine Club Inc., 1716 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Sheboygan Pine Club, 1716 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, WI, William Coenen, agent. Sheboygan Elks Lodge No. #299, 1943 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Sheboygan Elks Lodge #299, 1943 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Bill Richards, agent. Riverside Boat Club, Inc., PO Box 313, Sheboygan Falls, WI, for use at Sheboygan Riverside Boat Club, 1228A Wisconsin Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Douglas Repinski, agent. Sheboygan Yacht Club Inc., 214 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Sheboygan Yacht Club, 214 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Sean D Pieters, agent. Joseph M Brost, 1434 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at That Place on 8th I, 1432 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Joseph Brost, agent. The Walkabout LLC, 2401 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at The Walkabout, 2401 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Timothy A Berchem, agent. Umi Sushi & Steak House, 519 N. 8th Street, Sheboygan, WI, for use at Umi Sushi & Steak House, 519 N. 8th Street, Sheboygan, WI, Hang Li, agent. Coblyns LLC, 1519 Florida Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Vreekes Tavern I, 935 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Penny Hinz, agent. Water Street Pub, PO Box 414, Sheboygan, WI, for use at Water Street Pub, 931 N. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, Ozgur Acar, agent. Sheb Pro LLC, 4117 S. Taylor Drive, for use at Fairfield Inn by Marriot, 4117 S. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Michelle Moehring, agent. Lehmann LLC, 1054 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Suscha Bar, 1054 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Ryan Lehmann, agent. Nine O Two LLC, 902 Indiana Ave., for use at 902 on the Avenue, 902 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Wendy Vera, agent. SS North Star LLC, 3004 N. 8th St., for use at SS Northstar at 3004 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Donald Shufflebotham, agent. Run: May 22, 23, 24 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF SHEBOYGAN LEGAL NOTIFICATION AND PUBLICATION LIQUOR LICENSES 2020-2021 Application has been made to the City of Sheboygan for: Class "A" Fermented Malt Beverage by the following: Kwik Trip Inc., PO Box 2107, LaCrosse, WI, for use at Kwik Trip #361, 1618 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Amanda J. Ritmiller, agent. Kwik Trip Inc., PO Box 2107, LaCrosse, WI, for use at Kwik Trip #780, 2622 S Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Diane Reynolds, agent. Kwik Trip Inc., PO Box 2107 LaCrosse, WI, for use at Kwik Trip #873, 625 S. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Jane M. Peters, agent. Kwik Trip Inc., PO Box 2107 LaCrosse, WI, for use at Kwik Trip #897, 2033 North Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Joseph D. Hafemann, agent. Meijer Stores, 2929 Walker Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI, for use at Meijer Gas Station #305, 902 N. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Jeff Kietzman, agent. Sheboygan Minimart LLC, 1431 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Sheboygan BP, 1030 S. 14th St., Sheboygan, WI, Laxman Gurung, agent. Vish, LLC, 2917 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at The Pig Stop II, 2917 N. 15th St., Jesse Singh Waraich, owner. Puswinder LLC, 624 N. 7th St., Oostburg, WI, for use at Citgo, 610 S. 14th St., Sheboygan, WI, Puswinder Singh Gill, agent. Siegel-Gallagher Management Company, 252 E Highland Ave., Milwaukee, WI, for use at Harbor Centre Marina, 821 Broughton Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Matthew Bauer, agent. North 8 Oriental Store LLC owned by Lue Toua Lee Xiong, 2002 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at North 8th Oriental Store, 2002 N 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Lue Toua Lee Xiong, agent. Combination "Class A" Intoxicating Liquor and "Class A" Fermented Malt Beverage by the following: Skogen's Foodliner, Inc., 3800 Emerald Drive East, Onalaska, WI, for use at Festival Foods, 595 S. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Kyle Kaehne, agent. Fischers Food & Liquor LLC, 5225 S 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Fischers Food & Liquor, 4554 S 12th St., Sheboygan, WI, Keith Fischer, agent. Meijer Stores, 2929 Walker Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI, for use at Meijer Store #305, 924 N. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Jeff Kietzman, agent. ONEGUIDE, Inc., 2905 N. 15TH St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Tietzs Piggly Wiggly, 2905 N 15th St., Sheboygan, WI, Mark L Tietz, agent. ONEGUIDE, Inc., 2215 Union Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Tietzs Piggly Wiggly, 3124 S Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Mark Tietz, agent. Superior Discount Liquors Inc., 3801 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Superior Discount Liquors Inc. , 823 S. 8th St, Sheboygan, WI, Kristin Guske, agent. Aneek Inc., 1070 Woodlake Road, Kohler, WI, for use at Alex's Corner Market, 723 Center Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Akshay Patel, agent. Wal-Mart Stores East LP, 702 SW 8th St., Bentonville, AR, for use at Wal-Mart Supercenter #1276, 3711 S Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Scott Van Straten, agent. Class "B" Fermented Malt Beverage by the following: La Conquistadora LLC, 1218 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at La Conquistadora LLC, 1218 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Juan Olivas, agent. Sheboygan Athletic Club Inc., PO Box 32, Sheboygan, WI, for use at Sheboygan Athletic Club, 2338 New Jersey Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Dennis Moyer, agent. Charcoal North, Inc., 1637 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Charcoal Inn, 1637 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Scott Prescher, agent. Charcoal Inn South Inc., 1313 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Charcoal Inn, 1313 S 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Scott Prescher, agent. Combination Class "B" Fermented Malt Beverage and Class "C" Wine by the following: Keren T Pham and Tina Nguyen, 2209 S. Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Pho Vn, 2209 S. Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Keren T Pham, agent. Z Spot Expresso & Coffee Inc., 1024 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Z Spot Espresso & Coffee, 1024 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Jeffrey Zenk, agent. Two Fingers LLC, 1431 Indiana Ave., for use at Taqueria Sheboygan, 1410 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, WI, Laxman Gurung, agent. Athanasios, Inc., 1402 S. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at The Greek Corner, 1402 S. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Joanna Pettaras, agent. Nsighttel Wireless, LLC 450 Security BLVD, Green Bay, WI, for use at Glas The Green Coffeehouse, 924 N. 14th St., Sheboygan, WI, Maureen Riordan-Haese , agent. Family Entertainment, LLC, 100 East Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI, for use at Marc Cinemas, 3226 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan, WI, Timothy R Ward, agent. Paradigm LLC, 1202 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Paradigm, 1202 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Kathleen Krause, agent. Gyros 2 Go LLC, W1981 Mayberry Rd., Sheboygan, WI, for use at Greece E Spoon, 1217 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI, Maria Lee, agent. Run: May 22, 23, 24 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, April 20, 2020 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Council President Andrews at 6:05 PM. Roll Call Present: Curt Andrews, Bill LeClair, Jay Remiker, Mark Bittner, David England, Jack Powalisz, Bonnie Shimulunas, Erin Gonnerman and John Casavant. Graves reported that notice of the meeting was properly posted. Resolution Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of $5,975,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes. Motion by LeClair, seconded by Bittner to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Resolution Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of $2,425,000 Taxable General Obligation Refunding Bonds. Motion by Powalisz, seconded by Bittner to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Consent Agenda: Minutes from Regular City Council Meeting March 16 and April 6, 2020 and Work Session Minutes-March 30, 2020. Minutes of Meetings: Plan Commission, April 13, 2020; Board of Canvassers, April 14, 2020. Department Reports for March 2020: Electric, Fire, Inspections, Lester Public Library, Parks & Recreation, Public Works/Wastewater, Safety, Water, Fire February Report. Motion by Powalisz, seconded by LeClair, to approve. Voice vote. Motion carried. Resolution Extending Best Wishes to the Town of Domazlice, Czech Republic, on Liberation Day, May 5, 2020: 75th Anniversary of the End of World War II in Two Rivers' Sister City. Motion by Powalisz, seconded by Gonnerman to read and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Resolution Declaring City Council's Intent to Not Proceed with Madison and 25th Streets Reconstruction Project Due to COVID-19 Emergency and Directing Staff to Take Actions Required to Comply with that Intent. Motion by Bittner, seconded by Powalisz to read and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Resolution Authorizing 15-Year Borrowing of $1,073,000 at 4.50 Percent Annual Interest from the State Trust Fund Loan Program, Administered by the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands of Wisconsin, for Storm Water Utility Projects. Motion by Shimulunas, seconded by LeClair to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Resolution Authorizing 10-Year Borrowing of $550,000 at 3.00 Percent Annual Interest from the from the State Trust Fund Loan Program, Administered by the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands of Wisconsin for Budgeted Capital Project. Motion by Bittner, seconded by England to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Resolution Authorizing 20-Year Borrowing of $250,000 at 3.50 Percent Annual Interest from the from the State Trust Fund Loan Program, Administered by the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands of Wisconsin, for TID No. 13 Developer Grant for Culvers Project. Motion by Gonnerman, seconded by Powalisz to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Contract for Concession Services at Neshotah Beach. Motion Gonnerman, seconded by Shimulunas to authorize the City Manager prepare and return for Council action a contract with Ice Clouds and Caribbean Cruiser, for the 2020 Summer Season at Neshotah Beach, with payment to the City to be based on 10 percent of net sales. Voice vote. Motion carried. Project Acceptance Certifications for 2018 Street & Utility Improvements (27th Street) DNR Plan and Specification Approval Number W-2017-0674 Financed Through the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program Loan 4107-42. Motion by Powalisz, seconded by Bittner to approve the project acceptance certifications and authorize signature by the City Manager and City Clerk. Voice vote. Motion carried. Proclamation of Arbor Day, April 24, 2020. Motion by Gonnerman, seconded by Powalisz to waive reading and adopt the Proclamation. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Official Newspaper Declaration and Bid. Motion by Shimulunas, seconded by Powalisz to accept bid as submitted and declare Herald Time Reporter as the official newspaper of the City of Two Rivers. Voice vote. Motion carried. Set Public Hearing on Amendment No. 1 to a Conditional Use Permit for Proposed Culver's Restaurant, 1507 22nd Street. Motion by Shimulunas, seconded by England to schedule Public Hearing on Monday, May 4, 2020 at 6:00 PM. Voice vote. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Set a Public Hearing on an Amendment to Section 10-1-14 of the Zoning Code, to Change the Minimum Required Dimensions for Parking Spaces. Motion by England, seconded by Remiker to schedule a Public Hearing on Monday, May 4, 2020 at 6:00 PM. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. 2020 City Goals and Objectives. Motion by Powalisz, seconded by Bittner to refer to the May Work Session. Voice vote. Motion carried. At 7:55 PM, a motion by Bittner, seconded by Shimulunas to enter into Closed Session, 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. And per Wisc. 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. Confer with legal counsel, and possible action, regarding strategy to be adopted with respect to pending or threatened litigation. Confer with legal counsel regarding city condemnation action and related negotiations for acquisition of former Hamilton property. Discuss negotiation strategy related to other property acquisition matters. Discuss negotiations related to possible city property sale. Discuss negotiations related to possible economic development projects. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. At 9:05 PM, a motion by LeClair, seconded by Bittner to reconvene in open session and consider possible actions in follow-up to closed session discussions. At 9:05 PM, motion by England, seconded by Gonnerman, to dispense with the reading of the minutes and adjourn meeting. Voice vote. Motion carried. Kim M. Graves City Clerk Run: May 9, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, May 4, 2020 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by President Andrews at 6:00 PM. Roll Call Present: Mark Bittner, Adam Wachowski, Bonnie Shimulunas, Bill LeClair, Curt Andrews, Jay Remiker, Jack Powalisz, John Casavant, and Darla LeClair. Graves reported that notice of the meeting was properly posted. Public Hearing on Amendment No. 1 to a Conditional Use Permit for Proposed Culver's Restaurant, 1507 22nd Street. President Andrews opened the first call, no one addressed the Council. On the second and third calls, no one addressed the Council. President Andrews closed the hearing. Motion by Powalisz, seconded by D. LeClair to waive reading and approve the Conditional Use Permit. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Public Hearing on Ordinance Amendment to Section 10-1-14 of the Zoning Code, to Change the Minimum Required Dimensions for Parking Spaces President Andrews opened the first call, no one addressed the Council. On the second and third calls, no one addressed the Council. President Andrews closed the hearing. Motion by B LeClair, seconded by Bittner to waive reading and adopt the Ordinance. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Consent Agenda: Minutes from Regular City Council April 20, 2020 and Re-organizational Meeting Minutes April 21, 2020. Minutes of Meetings: Business and Industrial Development Committee, February 27, 2020; Police and Fire Commission, April 22, 2020. March Finance Reports: Debt Service, General Fund, Lester Library and 1st Quarter Utilities 2020. Motion by Remiker, seconded by Powalisz to approve Consent Agenda. Voice vote. Motion carried. Review and Consider Changes to Policy on Councilmember Participation in Meetings from a Remote Location. Motion by Powalisz, seconded by Bittner to participate remotely and in Closed Session. Voice Vote. Ayes (7) Noes (2) Shimulunas, Casavant. After discussion, a motion by Remiker, seconded by Powalisz to strike some wording in paragraph number 1 and to strike paragraph number three completely. Voice vote. Motion carried. City Manager's Appointments and Re-Appointment to Boards, Committees and Boards. Motion by D LeClair, seconded by Powalisz to approve the appointments as recommended by the City Manager. Voice vote. Motion carried. Ordinance Amendment to Temporarily Reduce Fee for Class B Liquor Licenses. Motion by Wachowski, seconded by Remiker to adopt Option B to reduce the fee for Retail "Class B" and Retail Class "B" licenses. Roll call vote, Ayes (5) Noes (4) B. LeClair, Andrews, D. LeClair, Bittner. Motion carried. Discussion and Direction to Staff Regarding Possible Changes to the City Ordinance on Beer Gardens to Facilitate Use of Outdoor Serving Areas--Responsive to Proposal by Tavern League of Wisconsin. Motion by B LeClair, seconded by Remiker to direct staff to prepare an ordinance amendment for consideration at the May 18 Council meeting. Voice vote. Motion carried. Resolution Urging Governor Evers and State Legislative Leaders to Pursue a Cooperative and Balanced Approach to Protecting Public Health and Reopening Wisconsin's Economy, as Communities Across the State Struggle to Deal With the COVID-19 Pandemic. Motion by Wachowski seconded by Bittner to waive reading and adopt Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (6) Noes (2) Andrews, D. LeClair, absent Powalisz. After discussion, a motion to amend the original motion, by adding a statement that the Council recommends immediately beginning to reopen the economy as of May 4, using a phased in approach. by B LeClair, seconded by Wachowski. Roll call vote, Ayes (6) Noes (2) Andrews, absent Powalisz. Motion carried. Ordinance to Amend Sections 6-2-2(a) and 6-2-5 of the Municipal Code, to Authorize Issuance of Operators Licenses by the City Clerk. Motion by B LeClair, seconded to Casavant to waive reading and adopt the Ordinance Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. Proclamation Naming the Week of May 10-16, 2020 as Police Week and May 15, 2020 as Peace Officers Memorial Day. Motion by Bittner, seconded by Wachowski to read and adopt the Proclamation. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. Resolution Proclaiming International Migratory Bird Day, May 9, 2020. Motion by Bittner, seconded by Remiker to waive reading and adopt the resolution Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. Proclamation for National Drinking Water Week May 3-9, 2020. Motion by D LeClair, seconded by Remiker to adopt the Proclamation. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. At 8:30 PM, motion by Remiker, seconded by B LeClair to enter into Closed Session, per Wisc. 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. Discuss possible city assistance to economic development projects: Culver's; other. Discuss status of negotiations regarding former Hamilton Property. Discuss status of negotiations regarding sale or lease of former Paragon Property. And per Wisc. 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. Confer with legal counsel regarding property acquisition matters likely to be the subject of litigation. Discuss current litigation matter. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. At 9:35 PM, a motion by Wachowski, seconded by D LeClair to reconvene in open session to consider possible actions in follow-up to closed session discussions. Voice vote. Motion carried. At 9:35 PM, motion by D LeClair, seconded by Remiker to dispense with the reading of the minutes and adjourn meeting. Voice vote. Motion carried. Kim M. Graves City Clerk Run: May 21, 2020 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: 2020 18TH AVENUE RELOCATION PROJECT Excavation Common 250 c.y. HMA Pavement 700 ton Concrete Curb and Gutter 1,600 l.f. Concrete Sidewalk 7,000 s.f. Base Aggregate Dense 1,200 c.y. Storm Sewer 12" 18" 200 l.f. Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 7107356. 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 June 16, 2020. 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 June 8, 2020, 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: May 25, June 1, 2020 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: 2020 24TH AVENUE STORM SEWER REPLACEMENT PROJECT Concrete Curb and Gutter 400 l.f. HMA Pavement 300 ton Base Aggregate Dense 500 c.y. Storm Sewer Culvert HE 128"x183" 480 l.f. Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 7109596. 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 June 16, 2020. 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 June 8, 2020, 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: May 25, June 1, 2020 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: 2020 NORTH 3RD STREET RETAINING WALL PROJECT Excavation Common 145 c.y. HMA Pavement 15 ton Concrete Curb and Gutter 45 l.f Retaining Wall 320 l.f. Storm Sewer 12" 270 l.f. Concrete Sidewalk 2,400 s.f. Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 7054092. 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 May 26, 2020. 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 May 18, 2020, 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: May 4, 11, 2020 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: 2020 SEWER AND WATERMAIN PROJECT A Excavation Common 450 c.y. 8" PVC Sanitary Sewer 265 l.f. Base Aggregate Dense 300 c.y. 8" D.I. Watermain 430 l.f. HMA Pavement 220 ton Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 7074520. 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 11:00 a.m. on June 2, 2020. 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 May 22, 2020, 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: May 11 & 18, 2020 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: INDUSTRIAL PARK FORCE MAIN REHABILITATION The work shall include cleaning and televising of the existing Industrial Park Lift Station force main. The 14-inch ductile iron force main runs east from the lift station located at 7119 Stewart Avenue to South 22nd Avenue within the City of Wausau. The work shall include cleaning, televising, and inspection of the force main. It shall also include all permitting and coordination required to work within the railroad right-ofway. Bids will be received until 9:00 a.m. on June 9, 2020, in the Engineering Department, City Hall, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403. Bids will be opened in the Maple Room on the same date at 9:30 a.m. Bidding documents are available for electronic download on the City of Wausau Engineering Department web site at www.ci.wausau.wi.us or at QuestCDN.com for a fee of $15. 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. No bid shall be considered unless submitted on the Official Proposal Form. Proposals shall be accompanied by a bid bond, certified check, bank cashier's check, or postal money order in the amount of 5% of the total bid payable to the Treasurer of the City of Wausau, 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. Pre-qualification documents must be filed in the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on June 1, 2020, 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 online at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. 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 Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: May 18, 25, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Approving the 2020 budget modification Computer Financial Systems Software Assessment Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal Software Committee Action: Approved 5-0 Fiscal Impact: $32,000 File Number: 19-1109 Date Introduced: May 13, 2020 WHEREAS, the City completed a competitive procurement process for computer assisted mass appraisal software for the Assessment Department and recommends entering into a contract with Patriot Properties Inc., and WHEREAS, a budget shortfall exists since a portion of the budget was depleted during the unsuccessful implementation with another vendor; and WHEREAS, staff has reviewed other technology budgets and recommends funding the shortfall through a transfer from the Network budget; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has reviewed and recommends the following budget modification From: 150-237598415 Network Upgrades $32,000 To: 150-237598446 Computer Financial Systems Software $32,000 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the proper city officials modify the budget as presented above and publish the budget modification in the official city newspaper, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City officials are hereby directed and authorized to execute a contract between the City of Wausau and Patriot Properties, Inc. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Approving the 2020 budget modification for the Bridget Street bridge repair project Committee Action: Approved 11-0 Fiscal Impact: $123,041 File Number: 19-1109 Date Introduced: May 13, 2020 WHEREAS, the 2020 budget provided $900,000 for the repair of the Bridge Street bridge which was to be funded $450,000 from the County Bridge Aid fund and $450,000 of debt from TID #3; and WHEREAS, bids were opened on May 5 that included a polymer overlay with an expected useful life of 7-10 years and a concrete overlay with an expected useful life of 15-20 years; and WHEREAS, consulting engineers recommend the concrete overlay as it will further extend the life of the bridge deck delaying replacement which is expected to cost $6 million dollars; and WHEREAS, a budget modification of $123,041 is necessary to fund the budget shortfall for the concrete overlay; and WHEREAS, engineering staff recommend utilizing savings in the the Kickbusch Street improvements project which came in under budget by $185,000; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has reviewed and recommends a budget modification as follows: Increase Bridge Improvements 141-342198230 $123,041 Decrease Street Improvements 140-300298230 $123,041 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the proper city officials modify the budget as presented above and publish the budget modification in the official city newspaper. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Approving the 2020 budget modification for the Great Lakes Cheese Facility Demolition Committee Action: Approved 3-2 Fiscal Impact: $52,000 File Number: 19-1109 Date Introduced: May 13, 2020 WHEREAS, the City entered into a contract with D&R Recycling to demolish the Great Lakes Cheese Facility at 101 Devoe Street, and WHEREAS, this contract was terminated due to the passing of the owner and sole proprietor of the business; and WHEREAS, the unfinished demolition work was competitively bid in 2020 and the contract was awarded to the low bidder Haas Sons, Inc. Haas Sons, Inc $150,000 Kasner $714,000 C&D $181,000 Badgerland $485,000 WHEREAS, an approved 2020 budget modification re-establishED the remaining 2019 project budget of $115,500 which funded the razing of the building; and WHEREAS, the asphalt and concrete slabs along with an asbestos pile remain on site; and WHEREAS, the demolition contractor, Haas Inc, expected to recycle the GLC concrete for road base on the Fulton Street extension project which resulted in favorable demolition costs and is a good reuse of construction marterials; and WHEREAS, an additional $52,000 is needed to complete the project for asphalt removal $8,250; concrete removal $25,680 and asbestos removal and disposal of $17,680; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has reviewed the project status, the financial implications and recommends funding the shortfall by funding the Asbestos disposal slab removal with an interfund loan from Community Development Impact Funds which will be repaid when the TID 3 has funds available and recommends a budget modification as follows: Increase TID 3 141-342898210 GLC Land Improvements $52,000 Increase TID 3 141-22720 Advance from Other Funds $52,000 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the proper city officials modify the budget as presented above and publish the budget modification in the official city newspaper. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City officials are hereby directed and authorized to execute a contract between the City of Wausau and Haas Sons, Inc. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Approving the 2020 budget modification Tax Increment District Seven street improvements and related fund advance Committee Action: Approved 5-0 Fiscal Impact: $672,000 File Number: 19-1109 Date Introduced: May 13, 2020 WHEREAS, Tax Increment District Number Seven expenditure period ends January 2021, and WHEREAS, the project plan authorized street improvements of $1,100,000 as noted on the attached map; and WHEREAS, street improvements are needed based upon the ratings conducted by the engineering department; and WHEREAS, favorable bids for the project total $672,000 and WHEREAS, the District is expected to terminate in 2022; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has reviewed the project, the projected cashflow of the TID District and recommends establishing a project budget so that construction can occur in 2020, and To:145-347098230 Street Improvements $672,000 From: 145-22720 Advance from Environmental Fund $672,000 WHEREAS, your Finance Committee recommends financing the project through a 2 year advance from the Environmental Fund with interest of 2.25% charged to TID 7 during the interfund loan period; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the proper city officials modify the budget as presented above and publish the budget modification in the official city newspaper, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City officials are hereby directed and authorized to advance $672,000 to Tax Increment District Seven from the Environmental Clean Up Fund; with repayment in two payments of no less than $336,00 on or before May 1, 2021 and May 1, 2022 and interest charged to TID #7 at 2.25%. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: May 16, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS & STREET MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE Amending Section 10.20.080(a) designating no parking on the west side of North 4th Street from the south curb line on McIndoe Street to a point 175 feet south Committee Action: Approved 4-0 Ordinance Number: 61-5836 Fiscal Impact: Minimal cost to install signs File Number: 20-0507 Date Introduced: May 26, 2020 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Add ( ) Section 1. That Section 10.20.080(a) of the Wausau Municipal Code is hereby amended as follows: (a) There shall be no parking in the following locations: North 3rd Street East side of the street, between McIndoe Street and DeKalb Street Both sides of the street between East Wausau Avenue and East Union Avenue North 4th Street West side of the street, from the south curb line on McIndoe Street to a point 175 feet south Section 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect on the day after its publication. Adopted: 5/26/20 Approved: Approved: 5/27/20 Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Published: 5/29/20 Attest: 5/27/20 Attest: Leslie M. Kremer, City Clerk Run: May 29, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY COMMITTEE Creating temporary ordinance Chapter 5.90 Relaxing Certain Code Requirements during COVID-19 Pandemic and Recovery for a period expiring on October 31, 2020, 11:59 pm to provide for COVID-19 temporary outdoor restaurant seating areas, authorize City staff review and approval of temporary outdoor seating areas and temporary expansion of licensed premises for restaurants; temporarily amending Section 9.04.025 Consumption or possession of intoxicants on streets; temporarily amending Special Events Policies and Procedures. Committee Action: Approved 5-0 Ordinance Number: 61-5837 Fiscal Impact: None File Number: 20-0509 Date Introduced: May 26, 2020 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Add ( ) Delete (----------) Section 1. That the title to Chapter 5.90 is hereby created to read as follows: Chapter 5.90 RELAXING CERTAIN CODE REQUIREMENTS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND RECOVERY Section 2. That Section 5.90.010 Purpose and intent is hereby created to read as follows: 5.90.010 Purpose and intent. The Common Council recognizes the need to continue to prevent exposure to and spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus by maximizing social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic and recovery. It further recognizes that restaurants within the City may have particular difficulty providing recommended social distancing while still being able to operate profitably especially given the large amounts of space typically reserved within restaurant establishments for food preparation areas, the need to maintain diner waiting areas, and to permit the operation of serving stations. The Common Council wishes to provide temporary relief to restaurants by relaxing certain local code requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic and recovery period to allow those businesses to utilize pubic sidewalks, parking areas, and open spaces during this limited time period to maximize their service area. Therefore, notwithstanding any provision contained within the City of Wausau Municipal Code, during the period of emergency and recovery in response to COVID-19 and expiring on October 31, 2020, 11:59 pm, the Common Council implements the temporary rules contained in this chapter. Nothing in this temporary ordinance purports to alter state law respecting alcohol beverages set forth in ch. 125, Wisconsin Statutes. Outdoor seating area desired for permanent or long term use must be applied for pursuant to the existing and established municipal code provisions. Section 3. That Section 5.90.020 Temporary sidewalk café permit is hereby created to read as follows: 5.90.020 Temporary sidewalk café permit. Any restaurant as defined in section 5.63.020(c) of this Code located within the City seeking to utilize the public sidewalk for additional seating for its establishment may apply for a temporary sidewalk café permit following the procedure set forth in subsections 5.63.040(a) and (b) Application for permit, of this Code and supplying the documents required therein. The sidewalk café standards of section 5.63.060 shall apply to all such temporary sidewalk cafes; however, where a restaurant is to participate in an approved special event under the City's Special Events Policy & Procedure as set forth in section 5.90.040(c), the restaurant may utilize the entire sidewalk in front of its establishment for temporary seating and service for the date and time period of the event, provided the special event provides for safe, alternate pedestrian access in the main thoroughfare of the adjacent street and the street has been authorized and provides for closure from vehicle traffic. Upon conclusion of the special event, or if a repeating event, at the conclusion of each individual event in the series, the restaurant shall resume providing pedestrian access as provided in section 5.63.060(c). Restaurants that have outdoor space located on their premises which is adjacent to the licensed full service restaurant such as a parking lot or other open area may utilize that space without obtaining a temporary sidewalk café permit. Section 4. That Section 5.90.030 Approval and issuance of sidewalk café permit is hereby created to read as follows: 5.90.030 Approval and issuance of sidewalk café permit. (a) Delegation to city clerk. The city clerk is hereby authorized to approve or approve conditionally applications for temporary sidewalk café permits and issue such permits to the applicant. The city clerk may consult, as appropriate, with the fire chief, police chief, director of public works, and chief inspector and zoning administrator in determining whether to approve, conditionally approve, or recommend for denial a sidewalk café permit. Any application the city clerk deems should be denied shall be submitted to the public health & safety committee with the city clerk's recommendation to disapprove the same who shall consider the application and make a recommendation to the Common Council. Any person aggrieved by the decision of the Common Council may seek such other legal relief as may be available. (b) Conditions. Upon consultation and with the recommendation of the fire chief, police chief, director of public works, or chief inspector and zoning administrator as appropriate, the city clerk may place conditions upon the temporary café permit approved under this ordinance that bear a reasonable relationship to requirements existing under state statutes or elsewhere in this Code and may include without limitation, conditions to reasonably control noise, the accumulation of trash or blowing or scattering of trash from the site, lighting and the disbursement and consumption of alcohol beverages. (c) Appeals. Appeals from the determination of conditions applicable to a permit may be directed to the public health & safety committee and must be in writing and specifically set forth the alleged error in imposition of a condition upon the permit. (d) Revocation or suspension. A temporary sidewalk café permit may be suspended or revoked as set forth in section 5.63.100 of this Code. Section 5. That Section 5.90.040 Temporary amendment of licensed premises is hereby created to read as follows: 5.90.040 Temporary amendment of licensed premises. (a) Application. Any restaurant as defined in section 5.63.020(c) of this Code holding an alcohol beverage license may submit an application to temporarily expand the area identified as the licensee's "licensed premises" to include an area under an approved temporary sidewalk café permit, or an outdoor space located on their premises which is adjacent to the licensed full service restaurant such as a parking lot or other open area. The application for temporary amendment of licensed premises may be submitted at the same time as the application for the temporary sidewalk café permit. (b) Expiration of temporarily expanded area. The temporarily expanded licensed premise area shall be effective only for a time period expiring October 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm or while the licensee holds a valid temporary sidewalk café permit under this chapter, whichever occurs first. Upon termination, relinquishment, revocation or suspension, or other expiration of the temporary sidewalk café permit or at 11:59 pm on October 31, 2020, whichever occurs first, the licensed premise area shall automatically return to the area identified and approved as part of the licensee's annual license application without further action required upon the part of the licensee or Common Council. The application for a temporary amendment of licensed premises shall include an acknowledgement and consent of the applicant to the automatic reversion of the temporary expansion as set forth herein in the form supplied by the city clerk. Further, the licensee's application for and acceptance of the temporarily expanded licensed premises area shall further demonstrate the licensee's consent to the automatic reversion of the licensed premises as provided herein. (c) Additional temporary licensed premises amendment for special event participation. Any restaurant as defined in section 5.63.020(c) of this Code holding an alcohol beverage license and either a sidewalk café permit under section 5.64.035 or a temporary sidewalk café permit under this chapter, that is part of an approved special event under the City's Special Events Policy & Procedure may apply for an additional temporary amendment of licensed premises as provided and limited herein to include an area located within the parking stalls in the public street or roadway adjacent to its licensed premises and sidewalk café. (1) Limitation on event. To be eligible for a temporary amendment of licensed premises under this subsection, the approved special event must be authorized and provide for closure of the street which encompasses the parking stalls to vehicle traffic; shall provide satisfactory access for emergency vehicles; be approved for an exemption from the prohibitions against consumption or possession of intoxicants on street under section 9.04.025(c); and, while the event may be a repeating event occurring on a weekly basis the series of which shall conclude no later than October 31, 2020, each individual event in the series must be of a duration not to exceed a 6 hour time period one day per week, excluding set up and take down. (2) Submission of plan of operation. An applicant shall submit, along with the application for temporary amendment of licensed premises for special event participation, a plan of operation depicting placement of tables, boundaries and barriers of the outdoor seating during the special event, and other information deemed reasonably necessary by the city clerk to establish safety of the public and compliance with other requirements of this Code, and the specific date(s) and time period(s) for which the applicant is requesting the temporary amendment of licensed premises for purposes of participating in the approved special event. (3) Expiration of additional temporary amendment. A temporary amendment of licensed premises to participate in an approved special event shall only be valid for the date and time of the special event. At the conclusion of the special event, or if a repeating event, at the conclusion of each individual event in the series, the licensed premise area shall automatically return to the area identified and approved as part of the licensee's annual license application, or if holding a temporary amendment approved under subsections (a) and (b) of this section to the temporary premises so authorized. The application for a temporary amendment of licensed premises for special event participation shall include an acknowledgement and consent of the applicant to the automatic reversion of the temporary expansion as set forth herein in the form supplied by the city clerk. Further, the licensee's application for and acceptance of the temporarily expanded licensed premises for special event participation shall further demonstrate the licensee's consent to the automatic reversion of the licensed premises as provided herein. Section 6. That Section 5.90.050 Approval of temporary amendment of licensed premises is hereby created to read as follows: 5.90.050 Approval of temporary amendment of licensed premises. The city clerk is hereby authorized to approve or approve conditionally applications for temporary amendment of licensed premises under subsections 5.90.040(a) and (b) and temporary amendments of licensed premises for special event participation under subsection 5.90.040(c). Any application the city clerk deems should be denied shall be submitted to the public health & safety committee with the city clerk's recommendation to disapprove the same who shall consider the application and make a recommendation to the Common Council. Any person aggrieved by the decision of the Common Council may seek such other legal relief as may be available. Section 7. That subsection (c) of 9.04.026 Consumption or possession of intoxicants on streets is hereby amended to temporarily suspend the requirement that written requests for exemptions from the provisions of section 9.04.026(a) and (b) must be submitted 60 days in advance. Such written requests may be submitted at any time. Section 8. That the provisions of the City of Wausau Special Events Policy and Procedures setting deadlines for submission of applications for special event approval are temporarily suspended. Applications may be submitted at any time. Section 9. All provisions of City ordinances not specifically altered by this temporary ordinance shall remain in effect. Section 10. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect on the day after its publication. Section 11. This ordinance shall automatically repeal on October 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm; no further action shall be required. Adopted:5/26/20 Approved: Approved: 5/27/20 Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Published: 5/29/20 Attest: 5/27/20 Attest: Leslie Kremer, Clerk Run: May 29, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Approving Reallocation of $25,000 Budgeted for Brockmeyer Park Parking Lot to JoJo's Jungle Playground in Brockmeyer Park Committee Action: Approved 5-0 Fiscal Impact: $25,000 File Number: 19-1109 Date Introduced: May 26, 2020 WHEREAS, the city has supported the installation of a community fundraised Inclusive Playground to be constructed in Brockmeyer Park; and WHEREAS, the City allocated $100,000 from TID 7 to upgrade the parking lot to be ADA accessible as part of the playground project; and WHEREAS, costs for the parking lot upgrade will use a portion of the $100,000 allocated; and WHEREAS, JoJo's Jungle has requested $25,000 from the City to add a water feature back into the project that can now be completed with funds remaining from the group's project budget; and WHEREAS, the TID 7 project plan includes landscaping and payments made at the discretion of the Common Council as project costs; and WHEREAS, the Parks and Recreation Committee is recommending the reallocation of the unused budgeted parking lot TID 7 funds to contribute the $25,000 to add the amenity of the water feature to JoJo's Jungle Inclusive Playground; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the proper City officials are hereby authorized to reallocate $25,000 from the TID 7 funds allocated for the Brockmeyer Park parking lot upgrade to JoJo's Jungle Inclusive Playground water feature; and Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: May 29, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF COMMON COUNCIL Amending Chapter 2.16 Standing Rules of the Common Council Rule 2 Quorum Required and Rule 4 Absence of Members Committee Action: Approved 11-0 Ordinance Number: 61-5835 Fiscal Impact: None File Number: 02-0432 Date Introduced: May 19, 2020 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Add ( BOLD ) Section 1. That Rule 2, Quorum Required, is hereby amended to read as follow: RULE 2 QUORUM REQUIRED A quorum is necessary for the transaction of any council business. Two-thirds (2/3) of all members of the council, excluding the mayor, shall constitute a quorum. Vacant seats shall be counted to determine whether or not a quorum is present. Members may appear in person or by any method of remote technology, including by telephone or videoconference. A quorum may be established through participation by any method of remote technology and members shall be allowed to vote by telephone by roll call vote. Section 2. That Rule 4, Absence of Members, is hereby amended to read as follows: RULE 4 ABSENCE OF MEMBERS If an alderman for any reason cannot attend either in person or by telephonic or videoconference means, a regularly scheduled meeting, he or she shall notify the city clerk, before the meeting in question, of his or her anticipated absence. The alderman's absence shall be entered into the council's record. Section 3. These amendments shall no longer be in force and effect after July 1, 2020. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 5. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect on the day after its publication. Adopted: 5/19/20 Approved: 5/20/20 Published: 5/22/20 Attest: 5/20/20 Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Attest: Leslie M. Kremer, Clerk Run: May 22, 2020 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF Jeanette M. Suehring and the JMS Income Trust dated January 30, 2012 Pursuant to Section 701.0508, Wisconsin Statutes, Sally Janicek, as trustee of the JMS Income Trust dated January 30, 2012 with the power to pay the debts of Jeanette M. Suehring (deceased 04/29/2020) hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing for payment of debts of Jeanette M. Suehring and the JMS Income Trust dated January 30, 2012 being the date four (4) months after the date of first insertion of this notice. Sally Janicek Trustee Address: C/O Hougum Law Firm, LLC 305 South 18th Ave., Suite 200 Wausau, WI 54401 Run: May 23, 30, June 30, 2020 WNAXLP


CLASS "B" LIQUOR - BEER LICENSE OWNER SINGHS C STORE 4 LLC, 184 HILLCREST RD, FRANCIS CREEK, WI Please publish three (3) times in legal section of the Herald Times Reporter as required by the State of Wisconsin Statutes 985.08, THIS IS NOT A DISPLAY AD, take the text and let it flow. Carol Paider Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 21, 22, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


COMBINATION CLASS "A" LIQUOR & BEER RETAIL LICENSE TOBACCO LICENSE FOR OVER THE COUNTER SALES ONLY AGENT: SIMRANVEER SINGH, SINGH'S C STORE 4 LLC, 184 HILLCREST ROAD, FRANCIS CREEK, WI 54214 HOME ADDRESS 2725 PAVILION PARKWAY APT 9105 TRACY, CA, 95304 Please publish three (3) times in legal section of the Herald Times Reporter as required by the State of Wisconsin Statutes 985.08, THIS IS NOT A DISPLAY AD, take the text and let it flow. Margaret Peroutka Village Clerk/ Treasurer Run: May 21, 22, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


COMBINATION CLASS "B" LIQUOR-BEER LICENSE Agent: Marshall Wagner, DBA: Wagner's Country Restaurant, LLC, 106 South Packer Drive, Francis Creek WI 54214 Home Address: 512 Forest Home Drive, Francis Creek WI 54214 Please publish three (3) times in legal section of the Herald Times Reporter as required by the State of Wisconsin Statutes 985.08, THIS IS NOT A DISPLAY AD ,take the text and let it flow. Margaret Peroutka Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: May 21, 22, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the Fourth Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: May 18, 2020 Mayor Michael Vandersteen in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Wolf, Ackley (remote), Donohue (remote), Bohren (remote), Sorenson (remote), Felde (remote), Savaglio (remote), Dekker, Phillips (remote), Mitchell (remote) - 10. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVAL OF MINUTES On motion by Wolf/Donohue, the reading of minutes of the 3rd Regular Council Meeting held May 4, 2020 and 1st Special Council Meeting held May 6, 2020 were approved as entered on the record, all Ald. voting "Aye." CONFIRMATION OF MAYOR'S APPOINTMENTS Vicki Schneider as the Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations Motion by Wolf/Donohue to confirm. All ayes. PUBLIC FORUM No one spoke PRESENTATION First Quarter 2020 - Strategic Plan Action Items and Critical Measurements by Darrell Hofland MAYOR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS, PROCLAMATIONS, EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS, UPDATE ON COVID-19 Consent Agenda Motion by Wolf/Donohue 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. ( * = Consent items) REPORT OF OFFICERS *No. 7-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications (Sommers). *No. 8-20-21 by Capital Improvements Commission to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL R. O. No. 1-20-21 by City Administrator Darrell Hofland submitting Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Requests for the years 2021-2025; recommends filing the document with the amended Capital Improvement Program. No. 9-20-21 by City Plan Commission to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL Res. No. 21-20-21 approving the Capital Improvements Program as recommended by the Capital Improvements Commission for the program period of 2021-2025 and adopting the program for implementations; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Bohren/Dekker to receive the R. O. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 10-20-21 by City Administrator submitting the 2021 preliminary budget fiscal factors for guidance prior to departmental budget preparations. No. 11-20-21 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Fredrick Schmidt for alleged damages to his parked vehicle when a tree fell on it. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 13-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications (business). No. 12-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications (individual). RESOLUTIONS Passed: No. 22-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker authorizing application for the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) Program Solicitation FY 2020 Formula Grant Solicitation. Motion by Sorenson/Dekker to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 23-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the appropriate City officials to draw funds to install the new Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) controls system for the Mead Public Library pursuant to the contract previously executed with Quality Control Systems, Inc. Refer to Public Works: No. 24-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing an application for an Urban Nonpoint Source & Storm Water Program Construction Grant from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. No. 25-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the Amendment to Agreement Between the City of Sheboygan and Sheboygan Athletic Club, Inc. Regarding Lighting Improvements at Mary Testwuide Knauf Field at Wildwood Baseball Park. No. 26-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute an Agreement between the City of Sheboygan and the Mid-Lake Softball Organization, Inc. for operation and management of the Wildwood Softball Complex. No. 27-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with August Winter & Sons to rebuild the floating cover on Digester #6 at the Waste Water Treatment Plant and to make other expenditures related to rebuilding the floating cover. No. 28-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing a Relocation Order in the City of Sheboygan, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. REPORT OF COMMITTEES No. 21-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 301-19-20 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 155-19-20 by Finance Director submitting the Operational and Organizational Assessment report dated February 7, 2020 with regard to the City of Sheboygan Finance and Human Resources Departments which was prepared by CliftonLarsonAllen LLP ("CLA") pursuant to Res. No. 206-18-19 adopted on April 15, 2019; recommends filing the document. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to receive the R. C. and file the document. All ayes. No. 22-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 17-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Donohue authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the First Amendment of Redevelopment Agreement between Aurora Health Care, Inc. and the City of Sheboygan with regard to the property located at 2629 North 7th Street; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 23-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 18-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing an advance from the Capital Project Fund to the TID 16 Capital Fund; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 24-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Gen. Ord. No. 1-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson re-establishing the bulkhead line along a portion of Broughton Drive north of the Sheboygan River in the City of Sheboygan; recommends adopting the Ordinance. Motion by Wolf/Sorenson to receive the R. C. and adopt the Ordinance. All ayes. No. 25-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL Gen. Ord. No. 4-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Donohue amending various sections of the Municipal Code so as to update them to conform with state statutes and to temporarily reduce fees for various licenses related to the serving of fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquor to the minimum required by statute, and to temporarily waive fees for sidewalk cafes; all reductions and fees to be applicable for the licensing year that includes July 1, 2020; recommends adopting the Ordinance with amendments. Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to receive the R. C. and adopt the Substitute Ordinance. All ayes. *No. 7-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 180-19-20 by City Clerk submitting a communication from Harbor Centre Business Improvement District requesting that the City of Sheboygan release all funds collected on their behalf and those funds be allocated to them for fiscal year 2020; recommends granting the request. *No. 8-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred pursuant to R. O. No. 4-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends granting the licenses. *No. 9-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred pursuant to R. O. No. 5-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends granting the licenses. *No. 10-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL R. O. No. 6-20-21 by City Administrator Darrell Hofland submitting the 2021 Budget Schedule; recommends filing the document. *No. 11-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 2-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the Information Technology Director to purchase additional network storage to support the City's growing digital storage needs; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 12-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 3-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing a grant application to the Sheboygan County Stewardship Fund for a recreational trail along the Sheboygan River at Kiwanis Park; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 13-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 7-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the City Engineer to enter into a Contract with JT Engineering, Inc. for a traffic study regarding the intersection of N. 6th Street and New York Avenue; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 14-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 8-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Kaschak Roofing Inc. to replace a portion of the roof of the New Water Treatment Building at the Waste Water Treatment Plant and to make other expenditures related to the roof replacement; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 15-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 9-20-21 by Ald Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a Continuing Professional Services Agreement with Donohue & Associates to provide on call engineering services for the Waste Water Treatment Plant; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 16-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 16-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the City of Sheboygan to enter into a contract with Municipal Property Insurance Company (MPIC) for building and property insurance coverage; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 17-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 19-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Mike Koenig Construction, Inc. to replace the roof at Sheboygan Fire Department Station #2; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 18-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 20-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the Second Amendment to the Operating Agreement between the City of Sheboygan and Power Pubs, LLC regarding the Sheboygan Biergarten in Kiwanis Park; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 19-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Gen. Ord. No. 2-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing placement of a stop sign at the southeast corner of North Point Drive and Broughton Drive; recommends adopting the Ordinance. *No. 20-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Gen. Ord. No. 3-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson creating a no parking zone Wednesday and Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the west side of North 9th Street between Ontario Avenue and Erie Avenue; recommends adopting the Ordinance. GENERAL ORDINANCES Refer to Public Works: No. 5-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson repealing and recreating Section 26-907 and Article VIII, Division 4 of Chapter 26 of the Municipal Code entitled "Sewer and Water Services." CLOSED SESSION Motion by Wolf/Donohue to convene in closed session under the exemption provided in Sec. 19.85(1)(e), Wis. Stats., where competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session related to a possible sale of the city-owned property known as parcel number 59281102670. All ayes. ADJOURN There being no further business. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to adjourn. All Ald. present voting "Aye." MICHAEL VANDERSTEEN, MAYOR MEREDITH DEBRUIN, CITY CLERK Run: May 23, 2020 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the Third Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: May 4, 2020 Mayor Michael Vandersteen in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Wolf, Ackley (remote), Donohue, Bohren (remote), Sorenson (remote), Felde, Savaglio (remote), Dekker, Phillips (remote), Mitchell (remote) - 10. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVAL OF MINUTES On motion by Wolf/Donohue, the reading of minutes of the 2nd Regular Council Meeting held April 27, 2020 were approved as entered on the record, all Ald. voting "Aye." MAYOR'S APPOINTMENTS Vicki Schneider as the Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations - Lays over PUBLIC FORUM No one spoke COUNCIL PRESIDENT ANNOUNCEMENT Retirement of City Administrator and process for hiring a successor. MAYOR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS, PROCLAMATIONS, EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS, UPDATE ON COVID-19 Consent Agenda Motion by Wolf/Donohue 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. ( * = Consent items) REPORT OF OFFICERS *No. 2-20-21 by Board of Water Commissioners submitting a copy of the 2019 Annual Audited Financial Statements, including Independent Auditor's Report, on the Sheboygan Water Utility. *No. 3-20-21 by City Clerk submitting a Temporary Class "B" License application (Sheboygan Theatre Company). Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 4-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications (business). No. 5-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications (individual). RESOLUTIONS Passed: No. 10-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker authorizing expenditure of funds received as part of the Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Drug Trafficking Response (2020) Grant Solicitation. Motion by Sorenson/Dekker to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 11-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Donohue to retain the Provider Relief Fund deposit made to the City of Sheboygan by the Department of Health and Human Services regarding COVID-19. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 12-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Donohue authorizing retaining outside legal counsel to represent the City regarding Claim 24-19 from Axley Brynelson, LLP on behalf of Audrey Brubaker, including any litigation related thereto, and authorizing payment for said services. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 13-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson extending the deadline for payment of assessments to benefitted properties against which assessments were proposed for Parking Assessment Districts No. 1, 2, 4, and 5. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 14-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Donohue authorizing an extension of the deadline for payment of quarterly room tax payments. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 15-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Donohue authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the Intergovernmental Agreement for Law Enforcement Services for the 2020 Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin between the City of Milwaukee and the City of Sheboygan. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 16-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the City of Sheboygan to enter into a contract with Municipal Property Insurance Company (MPIC) for building and property insurance coverage. No. 17-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Donohue authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the First Amendment of Redevelopment Agreement between Aurora Health Care, Inc. and the City of Sheboygan with regard to the property at 2629 North 7th Street. No. 18-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing an advance from the Capital Project Fund to the TID 16 Capital Fund. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 19-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Mike Koenig Construction, Inc. to replace the roof at Sheboygan Fire Department Station #2. Refer to Public Works: No. 20-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the Second Amendment to the Operating Agreement between the City of Sheboygan and Power Pubs, LLC regarding the Sheboygan Biergarten in Kiwanis Park. REPORT OF COMMITTEES *No. 1-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 183-19-20 by Fire Chief submitting the Annual Report for the City of Sheboygan Fire Department for the year 2019; recommends filing the document. *No. 2-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 184-19-20 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 January 1, 2020 and ending March 31, 2020; recommends filing the document. *No. 3-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 185-19-20 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 January 1, 2020 and ending March 31, 2020; recommends filing the document. No. 4-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 4-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute two (2) engagement letters with Quarles & Brady LLP to serve as bond counsel for the City of Sheboygan. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 5-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 5-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the issuance and establishing parameters for the sale of not to exceed $4,985,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2020A. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to adopt the Resolution. Before action was taken, motion by Donohue/Bohren to create a Substitute Resolution with the following amendments: (1) Incorporate the exhibits provided by Wisconsin Public Finance Professionals based on the bids received, and (2) to add the language shown in the redline prepared by Quarles and Brady reflecting the fact that the bids are within the parameters of the Resolution. All ayes. On motion to adopt a Substitute Resolution incorporating the amendments, motion passes. All ayes. No. 6-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 6-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the issuance and sale of $3,100,000 Taxable Water Utility Revenue Bond Anticipation Notes, Series 2020B. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to adopt Resolution. Before action was taken, motion by Donohue/Bohren to create a Substitute Resolution with the following amendments:(1) incorporate the exhibits provided by Wisconsin Public Finance Professionals based on the bids received today, and (2) to revise the language as shown in the redline prepared by Quarles and Brady increasing clarity, adding detail about the Debt Service Reserve, slightly modifying the covenants, and appointing Associated Trust Company as the registrar and paying agent for the Notes. All ayes. On motion to adopt a Substitute Resolution incorporating the amendments, motion passes. All ayes. GENERAL ORDINANCES Refer to Public Works: No. 2-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson authorizing placement of a stop sign at the southeast corner of North Point Drive and Broughton Drive. No. 3-20-21 by Ald. Wolf and Sorenson creating a no parking zone Wednesday and Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the west side of North 9th Street between Ontario Avenue and Erie Avenue. ALDERPERSON ORIENTATION Discussion only. ADJOURN There being no further business. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to adjourn. All Ald. present voting "Aye." MICHAEL VANDERSTEEN, MAYOR MEREDITH DEBRUIN, CITY CLERK Run: May 09, 2020 WNAXLP


Common Council 335 South Broadway De Pere, WI 54115 http://www.de-pere.org Regular Meeting Tuesday, May 5, 2020 7:30 PM The following is a summary of actions taken at the 5/5/20 Common Council meeting. A complete copy of the minutes is available in the Clerk's office at 335 S Broadway, De Pere WI or online at http://deperecitywi.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.asp 1. Call to Order. The meeting was called to order at 7:30 PM by Mayor James Boyd. Present were Alds. Carpenter, Eserkaln, Hansen, Kundinger, Ledvina, Nelson, Raasch, Ruh. 2. Approval of the minutes of the April 21, 2020 Common Council meeting. Motion Hansen second Carpenter APPROVED [UNANIMOUS] 3. Recommendation from the Board of Park Commissioners to Accept Donation from De Pere Girls Softball Association. Motion Kundinger second Raasch ACCEPTED [UNANIMOUS] 4. Recommendation from the Board of Park Commissioners to Accept Donation from Tundra Apparel & Promotions for Beer Garden Valued at $500. Motion Kundinger second Nelson ACCEPTED [UNANIMOUS] 5. Recommendation from the Board of Park Commissioners to Accept $2500 Donation from Kay Distributing for Beer Gardens. Motion Nelson second Raasch ACCEPTED [UNANIMOUS] 6. Recommendation to the Board of Park Commissioners to Accept Donation from Betty Lou Lewis in the Amount of $250 for Inflatable's Purchase. Motion Carpenter second Kundinger ACCEPTED [UNANIMOUS] 7. Recommendation from the Board of Park Commissioners to Accept a $10,000 Donation from the Dickhut Family Charitable Endowment Fund for the Community Center Remodeling Project. Motion Raasch second Ruh ACCEPTED [UNANIMOUS] 8. Recommendation from Plan Commission to approve a proposed 32 lot final plat of Honeysuckle Acres Fourth Addition at 1500 BLK Red Maple Rd (Parcels WD-L183-4 & WD-L183-4-1). Motion Raasch second Carpenter APPROVED [UNANIMOUS] 9. Resolution #20-39 Authorizing Agreement for Consulting Services with Lee Recreation, LLC (Modular Playground Equipment Design and Installation - Patriot Park). Motion Raasch second Kundinger ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS] 10. Resolution #20-40 Authorizing Agreement for Feasibility Study with Village of Allouez for Regional Residential Yard Waste Site. Motion Hansen second Ledvina ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS] 11. Resolution #20-41 Authorizing Donation to De Pere Area Chamber of Commerce for COVID-19 De Pere Business Relief Grant Fund. Motion Raasch second Ruh TABLED [5 TO 2] with Alds. Ledvina and Nelson voting nay, and Ald. Kundinger abstaining Motion Ledvina second Nelson to open the meeting. [UNANIMOUS] Amber Thiel, president of the De Pere Chamber of Commerce, and Tina Quigley of Definitely De Pere addressed the Council. Motion Carpenter second Kundinger to close the meeting. [UNANIMOUS] 12. Resolution #20-42 Authorizing Partial Release of Storm Sewer-Drainage Easement (Parcels WD-115-6-2, WD-115-7, WD-115-8-1, and WD-864; 665 Grant Street). Motion Raasch second Carpenter ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS] 13. Resolution #20-43 Authorizing Grant of Storm Sewer Easement (Parcels WD-115, WD-115-2, WD-115-3, WD-115-3-1, WD-115-4, WD-115-5, WD-115-6, WD-115-8, WD-115-8-1, WD-115-9 and WD-864; 665 Grant Street). Motion Raasch second Ledvina ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS] 14. Resolution #20-44 Authorizing Partial Release of Sanitary Sewer Easement (Parcels WD-2029, WD-2030, WD-2031, WD-2032, WD-2033, WD-2034, WD-2035 and WD-2036; 1881 Southbridge Road). Motion Raasch second Carpenter ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS] 15. Resolution #20-45 Ratifying Mayoral Proclamations Issued from April 4, 2020 Through April 30, 2020. Motion Nelson second Hansen ADOPTED [6 TO 2] with Alds. Raasch and Ruh voting nay 16. Resolution #20-46 Regarding Operator's License Renewal Fees. Motion Carpenter second Ledvina ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS] 17. Consideration of a request by Alderperson Raasch to establish a policy to limit citizen comments to no longer than three minutes during public comment and public hearings at City Council meetings. Motion Raasch second Carpenter REFERRED BACK TO STAFF [7 TO 1] with Ald. Hansen voting Nay 18. Appointment and Reappointments by Mayor Boyd. Motion Carpenter second Ledvina APPROVED [UNANIMOUS] 19. Operator license applications. Motion Carpenter second Ledvina to approve Renewal Operator applications #1-26. APPROVED [UNANIMOUS] Motion Carpenter second Hansen to table Renewal Operator applications #27 and 28. TABLED [UNANIMOUS] Motion Carpenter second Ledvina to approve New Operator applications #1 and 2. APPROVED [UNANIMOUS] 20. Voucher approval. Motion Raasch second Carpenter APPROVED [UNANIMOUS] 21. Future agenda items. 22. Adjournment. Motion Kundinger second Raasch to adjourn the meeting at 8:37 PM. [UNANIMOUS] Respectfully submitted, City Clerk Carey Danen Run: May 23, 2020 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL CLOSED SESSION MINUTES FEBRUARY 11, 2020 CC20-019 Motion by Feirer, second by Poeschel to adjourn to closed session pursuant to 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." - Personal property tax claim filed against the City - Possible litigation related to contracted services AND Closed session pursuant to 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 reasons require a closed session." - Possible acquisition of land located in downtown area - Consideration of possible sale of City-owned property Roll call vote, Ayes - 9. (Time: 7:23 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Jockheck, Bargender, Mac Swain, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, and Buttke, Mayor McManus, City Administrator Barg, City Attorney Wolfgram, and City Clerk Deb Hall. Mayor McManus recused himself from the closed session at 8:11 p.m. and Council President Witzel assumed the chair. (Possible litigation related to contracted services) CWSF Open Records Request from PETA Motion by Fischer, second by Buttke to give them 10-days to turn over the records to the City and also to include indemnification for the City in the contract. Ayes- 9 Motion carried Mayor McManus returned to closed session at 8:43 p.m.. CC20-020 Motion by Witzel, second by Poeschel to return to open session. Roll call vote, Ayes 9. (Time: 8:44 p.m.) Motion carried Deb M. Hall City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL CLOSED SESSION MINUTES FEBRUARY 25, 2020 CC20-031 Motion by Poeschel, second by Feirer to adjourn to closed session pursuant to 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." - Possible litigation related to contracted services Roll call vote, Ayes - 10. (Time: 6:57 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Jockheck, Bargender, Mac Swain, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, Buttke, and Hendler, City Administrator Barg, City Attorney Wolfgram, and City Clerk Hall. CWSF Open Records Request from PETA Motion by Fischer, second by Mac Swain to go with option 2 which is: Provide a response to PETA indicating that these are the records that the city holds as a result of its request to the Central WI Fair Association for its records. We can include the correspondence referencing the redaction, and advise PETA that the records were redacted by the Central WI Fair Association and that the determination that such records were redacted may be subject to review by mandamus as spelled out in the correspondence from the Central WI Fair Association. Ayes 9; Nays 1 (Bargender) Motion carried CC20-032 Motion by Bargender, second by Buttke to return to open session. Roll call vote, Ayes 9; Nay 1 (Jockheck). (Time: 7:35 p.m.) Motion carried Deb M. Hall City Clerk Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL CLOSED SESSION MINUTES JANUARY 28, 2020 CC20-010 Motion by Buttke, second by Spiros to adjourn to 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 reasons require a closed session." - Possible lease extension for the property at 305 West 3rd Street 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." - Damage claim related to East 29th Street improvement project - Possible litigation related to contracted services (2 separate items) Roll call vote, Ayes - 10. (Time: 7:21 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Jockheck, Bargender, Mac Swain, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, Buttke, and Hendler, Mayor McManus, City Administrator Barg, City Attorney Wolfgram, and City Clerk Deb Hall. Mayor McManus recused himself from the closed session at 7:53 p.m. and Council President Witzel chaired this portion of the closed session. The Mayor returned to closed session at 8:39 p.m. CWSF Open Records Request from PETA Motion by Fischer, second by Spiros to direct the City Attorney to draft a letter giving them the options; (Give the City the records, or provide the City with an indemnification and they take the responsibility and liability resulting from not providing those records. If the City doesn't receive either of those things than the maintenance agreement will be terminated.); make it as strong as possible, and give them 5-days to respond. Ayes 9; Nays 1 (Bargender) Motion carried CC20-011 Motion by Buttke, second by Witzel to return to open session. Roll call vote, Ayes 10. (Time: 8:48 p.m.) Motion carried Deb M. Hall City ClerK Run: May 30, 2020 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - 7:00 p.m. The Common Council of the City of Neenah, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, met in regular session at 7:00 p.m., March 18, 2020 in the Council Chambers of Neenah City Hall. Mayor Kaufert in the chair. Present: Alderpersons Boyette, Bates, Lang, Lendrum, Erickson, Steele, Kunz & Stevenson, Director of Finance Easker, Director of Community Development & Assessment Haese, Director of Public Works Kaiser, City Attorney Godlewski and City Clerk Sturn. Alderpersons Boyette and Kunz were present via teleconference. Alderperson Spellman was excused. Also Present: Deputy City Attorney Vanden Heuvel and and Deputy Director of Community Development & Assessment Schmidt. Mayor Kaufert called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm. Clerk Sturn called a voice roll call as the Mayor/Alderpersons recorded their attendance in the RollCall-Pro System followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Proceedings MS Stevenson/Erickson to approve the Council Proceedings of the regular meeting of March 4, 2020. There being no objections the motion was approved by unanimous consent. Public Services and Safety Committee Chairman Bates reported the special meeting of March 18, 2020: A. Committee recommends Council approve Beverage Operator License Applications for: Ann M. Garcia, Nicolas T. Leak, Ginger A. Smith and Pheng Vue. MSCRP Bates/Lang, all voting aye. B. Committee recommends Council approve a Temporary Retail Class "B" Beer (Picnic) License Application by Bergstrom Mahler Museum for Art After Dark Name That Art event to be held at 165 N. Park Avenue on April 30, 2020. MSCRP Bates/Lang, all voting aye. C. Committee recommends Council approve a Temporary Retail "Class B" Beer & Wine (Picnic) License Application by Bergstrom Mahler Museum for Arts Festival Songs on the Lawn to be held at 165 N. Park Avenue on July 19, 2020. MSCRP Bates/Lang, all voting aye. D. Committee recommends Council approve the Change of Agent for Ultra Food Market/Kroeger-Pick 'n Save #412, to Meghan Turner, Agent. MSCRP Bates/Stevenson, all voting aye. Finance & Personnel Committee Chairman Erickson reported the special meeting of March 18, 2020: A. Committee recommends Council adopt Resolution No. 2020-08 authorizing the Issuance and Sale $9,895,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes with the low bid from Northland Securities at 2.67%. MS Erickson/Stevenson. 1. Dir. Easker explained this was the normal bid process. Four bids were received this morning with the lowest rate of 2.67%. 2. Motion carried, by an 8-0 RollCall-Pro System vote, all voting aye. Chairman Erickson reported the regular meeting of March 9, 2020: B. Committee recommends Council approve the Addendum to the Development and Fee Agreement for Integrity Acres. (To be considered following a report of the Board of Public Works) C. Committee recommends Council authorize acquisition of the properties at 122 W. Peckham Street and 1313 S. Commercial Street, in an amount not to exceed $50,000 of CDBG funds. MSCRP Erickson/Stevenson. 1. Dir. Haese explained Peckham is a residential lot that would likely be used for stormwater pond in the future. 1313 Commercial Street is a narrow commercial lot that will likely be consolidated with parcel to the north. 2. Motion carried, by an 8-0 RollCall-Pro System vote, all voting aye. D. Committee recommends Council authorize the Department of Community Development to purchase a 2018 Chevrolet Cruz LT from Bergstrom Automotive in the amount not to exceed $17,765. MSCRP Erickson/Stevenson, all voting aye. Plan Commission Council Rep. Lang reported from the Special Plan Commission meeting of March 18, 2020: A. Commission recommends Council approve the Special Use Permit request by Micaela Macdonald on behalf of The Ruff house, to establish a Commercial Kennel located at 349 S. Green Bay Road, Neenah, Wisconsin. MS Lang/Lendrum. 1. Deputy Dir. Schmidt explained that to south of this property is the Twin City Mote, to the north is commercial industrial use land, the the east is a residential area, and to the west is Highway 41. As with all special use permits all neighbors within 200 feet of the property were sent notices; Community Development has not heard from any of the neighbors. 2. Motion carried, by an 8-0 RollCall-Pro System vote, all voting aye. Board of Public Works Vice Chairman Bates reported the meeting of March 18, 2020: A. The Board recommends Council award Contract 5-20 Sewer and Water Main Construction on Lakeshore Avenue to the low bid from Robert J. Immel Excavating, Inc., in the amount of $411,537.50. MSCRP Bates/Lang, all voting aye. Vice Chairman Bates reported the meeting of March 10, 2020: A. The Board recommends Council approve the Addendum to the Integrity Acres Development and Fee Agreement. MSCRP Bates/Stevenson, all voting aye. New Business Consideration of Mayoral Proclamation 2020-01 Declaring Health Emergency related to the COVID-19 virus pursuant to Wis. Stat. §323.14(4)(B) including policies: A. Policy 2020-E1: Employees with Symptoms of or Exposure to the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak: COVID-19. B. Policy 2020-E2: Employees with Dependents Who Require Care in the Event of an Unscheduled School/Care Facility Closure. C. Policy 2020-03 Policy for Employees in the Event of a Mandatory Shutdown of their Workplace Due to COVID-19. 1. Attorney VandenHeuvel explained the three policies. The first policy is for employees who are sick with COVID 19 or have come in contact with someone who is sick with COVID 19 and therefore need to quarantine. The second policy is for employees who must stay home due to school and child care facility closures due to COVID 19. These two policies would allow employees to use their time off in any order (sick, comp, holiday, vacation) and allow them to pull ahead future sick time if necessary. The third policy applies only if a department is shut down. It states if an employee can work remotely you should; if an employee cannot work remotely or runs out of projects to complete remotely their supervisor would reach out to other departments to find word that employee can do. If all of these steps are taken and there is not any remote work to be completed and the department is still closed, the employee would be paid as if they are working. 2. The Council discussed how employees working for other departments would be paid, how this effects normal FMLA situations and unemployment, and if other departments are heading toward closures at this time. 3. MSCRP Stevenson/Erickson, all voting aye. Adjournment MSC Stevenson/Lendrum to adjourn at 7:48 p.m., all voting aye. Run: May 11, 2020 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the regular meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education to order on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 6:00 p.m., in the district administrative offices. Secretary Teresa Collins verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Szilagyi Absent: Poeschl ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION Moved by Evans and seconded by Garner to adjourn to executive session to 1. Review the 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 endangered the property, health or safety of any employee or school board member of the school district in which the pupil is enrolled [§120.13(1)(c)(e)Wis. Stats.] 2. Deliberate or negotiate the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session §19.85(1)(e) A. Oshkosh Education Association (OEA) Negotiation Strategies B. Oshkosh Paraprofessional Employee Association (OPEA) Negotiation Strategies C. Non-Teaching Employee Association (NTEA) Negotiation Strategies D. Purchase of Property Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned at 7:39 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Teresa Collins Board Secretary Run: May 15, 2020 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the regular meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education to order on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, at 6:00 p.m., in the district administrative offices. Secretary Teresa Collins verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Poeschl, Szilagyi Absent: Carlin 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 the January 29, 2020 regular board meeting. 2. Minutes of the January 29, 2020 executive session. 3. Minutes of the February 12, 2020 regular board meeting. 4. Minutes of the February 12, 2020 executive session. 5. Schedule of vouchers payable filed with the secretary of the Board in the amount of $6,184,329.32 for the Board of Education and $45,808.99 for the recreation department for a total of $6,230,138.31. 6. (A) BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the appointments, temporary appointments, resignations and salaries as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 7. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the revised 2020-21 School Calendar, as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 9. WHEREAS, the Oshkosh Area School District ("District") administrators have deemed it in their best interest of District to acquire property located at 1245 Kentucky Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin for the purpose of expanding the District's parking lot and enhancing site flexibility. WHEREAS, an Offer has been signed for purchase of said property. WHEREAS, the Board is in agreement with regard to the acquisition of said property for the purpose described. BE IT RESOLVED THAT, 1. The execution and delivery of the Offer on behalf of the District by Susan Schnorr, Executive Director of Business Services, is ratified, confirmed and approved by the Board. 2. The Board constitutes and appoints Susan Schnorr as the District's representative to execute any and all Buyer documents required to accomplish the closing as provided for in the Offer including exhibits thereto. This will include the execution of a closing statement and payment of funds in consideration for acquisition subject to the Seller providing title insurance and a warranty deed free and clear of liens or encumbrances except inconsequential easements of records, land use restrictions of governing authorities and potential lien for current year's non-delinquent real estate taxes which will be prorated through the date prior to closing with a credit to the District. 3. This Resolution is being given with the understanding that it will be relied upon as providing the authority for Susan Schnorr to execute the Buyer documents on behalf of the District and to deliver net funds at closing subject to credits and prorations in accord with the terms of the Offer. as filed with the Secretary to the Board of Education. Dated the ______ day of February, 2020. BUYER: OSHKOSH AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT By: Barbara Herzog School Board President By: Susan Schnorr Executive Director of Business Services DATED this ____ day of February, 2020 Moved by Garner and seconded by Evans to approve the consent resolutions. Unanimous upon roll call. The consent resolutions were adopted. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Resolution #6(B) Moved: Evans Second: Garner BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the retirements as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. Resolution #8 Moved: Olmsted Second: Poeschl BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve revisions to Policy 7440 School Safety, as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. Resolution #10 Moved: Poeschl Second: Olmsted BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education commit $30,000 per year for two years in an agreement with the City of Oshkosh to provide free transportation to students on GoTransit Oshkosh, as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Moved by Olmsted and seconded by Garner to amend the resolution by committing $33,500 per year for two years instead of $30,000 per year for two years. Unanimous upon roll call. The amendment carried. Voting on amended resolution: Unanimous upon roll call. The amended resolution was adopted. Resolution #11 Moved: Evans Second: Poeschl BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the Facility Advisory Committee Consolidation Plan (previously known as Pathway B) as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION Moved by Evans and seconded by Poeschl to adjourn to executive session to: 1. Deliberate or negotiate the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session[§19.85(1)(e)] A. Purchase of Property 2. Considering the 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) Wis. Stats.] A. Administrator Contracts Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned into executive session at 8:04 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Teresa Collins Board Secretary Run: May 15, 2020 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the regular meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education to order on Wednesday, January 29, 2020, at 6:00 p.m., in the district administrative offices. Secretary Teresa Collins verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Poeschl, Szilagyi Absent: Olmsted 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 the December 18, 2019 regular board meeting. 2. Minutes of the December 18, 2019 executive session. 3. Minutes of the January 8, 2020 regular board meeting. 4. Minutes of the January 8, 2020 executive session. 5. Minutes of the January 16, 2020 special board meeting. 6. Schedule of vouchers payable filed with the secretary of the Board in the amount of $8,263,690.93 for the Board of Education and $60,050.52 for the recreation department for a total of $8,323,741.45. 7. (A) BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the appointments, temporary appointments, resignations and salaries as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 7. (C) BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education authorize the issuance of administrator and administrative staff contracts for the 2020-2022 school year as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Appointments for 2020-2022 Administrators - 2 Year Appointments Administrator Supervisor Administrator Supervisor David Gundlach Vickie Cartwright Belynda Pinkston Vickie Cartwright Susan Schnorr Vickie Cartwright Andrew Jones Vickie Cartwright Julie Conrad David Gundlach Linda Pierro David Gundlach Matthew Kaemmerer David Gundlach Kim Brown David Gundlach Robert Summers David Gundlach Susan Martin Andrew Jones Jami Kohl Andrew Jones Rhonda Buchanan Andrew Jones Amy Ashton Andrew Jones Sarah Poquette Andrew Jones Scott Johanknecht Andrew Jones Kristi Levy Andrew Jones Jacquelyn Kiffmeyer Andrew Jones Trina Anderson Andrew Jones Brenna Garrison-Bruden Andrew Jones Elizabeth Galeazzi Andrew Jones Erin Kohl Andrew Jones Scott Van Ess Andrew Jones Ryan Peterson Andrew Jones Lisa McLaughlin Andrew Jones Tanya Fenner Andrew Jones Philip Marshall Andrew Jones Jill Pascarella Andrew Jones Elizabeth Schendel Andrew Jones Michael Ruhl Andrew Jones Kristen Burgert Andrew Jones Marlene Gundlach Andrew Jones Rebecca Montour Erin Kohl Aaron Herm Erin Kohl Brad Jodarski Erin Kohl Daniel Moore J. Kiffmeyer Michelle Last J. Kiffmeyer Craig Lieder J. Kiffmeyer James Fochs Susan Schnorr Albert Wenig Susan Schnorr Michele Stahmann Susan Schnorr Vickie Cartwright Board of Education 8. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the 2020 Summer School Program Plan as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 9. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the 2020-2021 School Calendar as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 10. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the 2020-21 open enrollment space availability as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 11. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve updates to the following policies: A. 0168.1 - Meeting Minutes B. 2260 Nondiscrimination and Access to Equal Educational Opportunity C. 2260.01 - Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Discrimination Based on Disability D. 2260.02 English Language Proficiency E. 2411 - School Counseling and Academic and Career Planning F. 2451 Program or Curriculum Modifications (NEW) G. 5111 Eligibility of Resident/Nonresident Students H. 5340 Student Accidents/Illness/Concussion I. 5460 Graduation Requirements J. 5710 Student Complaints K. 7434 Use of Tobacco, Nicotine, and Related Products on School Premises L. 7540.01 Technology Privacy M. 8210 School Calendar N. 8330 Student Records as a result of clerical and Neola updates due to statutory and other changes, as filed with the Secretary to the Board of Education. Moved by Evans and seconded by Poeschl to approve the consent resolutions. Unanimous upon roll call. The consent resolutions were adopted. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Resolution #7(B) Moved: Garner Second: Poeschl BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the retirements as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION Moved by Evans and seconded by Poeschl to adjourn to executive session to: 1. Deliberate or negotiate the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session[§19.85(1)(e)] A. Purchase of Property 2. 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 Constituting Repeated Refusal or Neglect to Obey the Rules [§120.13 (1) (c) (e) Wis. Stats.] B. 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; Endangered the Property, Health or Safety of Any Employee or School Board Member of the School District in Which the Pupil is Enrolled; and Engaged in Conduct Constituting Repeated Refusal or Neglect to Obey the Rules [§120.13 (1) (c) (e) Wis. Stats.] C. Review Expulsion Recommendation from an Expulsion Hearing Officer for a High School Student Who, While Not at School or While Not Under the Supervision of a School Authority, Engaged in Conduct Which Endangered the Property, Health or Safety of Others at School or Under the Supervision of a School Authority; and Engaged in Conduct Constituting Repeated Refusal or Neglect to Obey the Rules [§120.13 (1) (c) (e) Wis. Stats.] D. Review Expulsion Recommendation from an Expulsion Hearing Officer for a High School Student Who Engaged in Conduct Constituting Repeated Refusal or Neglect to Obey the Rules [§120.13 (1) (c) (e) Wis. Stats.] E. 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.] F. 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.] Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned into executive session at 6:32 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Teresa Collins Board Secretary Run: May 15, 2020 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the regular meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education to order on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, at 6:00 p.m., in the district administrative offices. Secretary Teresa Collins verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Szilagyi Absent: Poeschl (arrived at 6:10 p.m.) 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 the February 26, 2020 regular board meeting. 2. Minutes of the February 26, 2020 executive session. 3. Minutes of the March 11, 2020 special board meeting. 4. Minutes of the March 11, 2020 executive session. 5. Schedule of vouchers payable filed with the secretary of the Board in the amount of $8,935,922.55 for the Board of Education and $31,990.28 for the recreation department for a total of $8,967,912.83. 6. (A) BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the appointments, temporary appointments, resignations and salaries as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 7. WHEREAS, the Oshkosh Area School District ("District") administrators have deemed it in their best interest of District to acquire property located at 1241 Kentucky Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin for the purpose of expanding the District's parking lot and enhancing site flexibility. WHEREAS, an Offer has been signed for purchase of said property. WHEREAS, the Board is in agreement with regard to the acquisition of said property for the purpose described. BE IT RESOLVED THAT, 1. The execution and delivery of the Offer on behalf of the District by Susan Schnorr, Executive Director of Business Services, is ratified, confirmed and approved by the Board. 2. The Board constitutes and appoints Susan Schnorr as the District's representative to execute any and all Buyer documents required to accomplish the closing as provided for in the Offer including exhibits thereto. This will include the execution of a closing statement and payment of funds in consideration for acquisition subject to the Seller providing title insurance and a warranty deed free and clear of liens or encumbrances except inconsequential easements of records, land use restrictions of governing authorities and potential lien for current year's non-delinquent real estate taxes which will be prorated through the date prior to closing with a credit to the District. 3. This Resolution is being given with the understanding that it will be relied upon as providing the authority for Susan Schnorr to execute the Buyer documents on behalf of the District and to deliver net funds at closing subject to credits and prorations in accord with the terms of the Offer. as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Dated the day of March, 2020. BUYER: OSHKOSH AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT By: Barbara Herzog School Board President By: Susan Schnorr Executive Director of Business Services DATED this ____ day of March, 2020 8. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the District applying for the COPS Federal Safety Grant as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 9. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the hiring of the architectural firm of Bray Architects for phase 1 of the District's Consolidation Plan as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. 10. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve updates to the following policies: A. 2340 District-Sponsored Student Trips B. 5111 Eligibility of Resident/ Nonresident Students C. 5113 Open Enrollment Program (Inter-District) as a result of clerical and Neola updates due to statutory and other changes, as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Moved by Evans and seconded by Olmsted to approve the consent resolutions. Unanimous upon roll call. The consent resolutions were adopted. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Resolution #6(B) Moved: Evans Second: Poeschl BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the retirements as filed with the Secretary to the Board of Education Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. Resolution #6(C) Moved: Evans Second: Olmsted BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the administrative appointment and salary schedule as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. Resolution #11 Moved: Garner Second: Poeschl BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the increase in pay for substitute teachers from $105.00 to $130.00 per day for work completed at Emmeline Cook, Jefferson, Merrill, Oaklawn, Read, Washington, and Webster elementary schools, Merrill and Webster middle schools, or when substituting for a special education teacher position AND from $105.00 to $120.00 per day for substitute teachers in all other schools effective April 6, 2020; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the hourly rate for the Substitute Teacher Coverage Stipend be increased from $16.80 to $18.60 effective April 6, 2020 as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Voting "YES": Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Szilagyi Voting "PRESENT": Poeschl Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. Resolution #12 Moved: Evans Second: Szilagyi BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve revisions to Policy 0167.1 Voting, as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION Moved by Evans and seconded by Olmsted to adjourn to executive session to: 1. Consider 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; endangered the property, health or safety of any employee or school board member of the school district in which the pupil is enrolled, and who engaged in conduct constituting repeated refusal or neglect to obey the rules [§120.13 (1) (c) (e) Wis. Stats.] B. Review Expulsion Recommendation from an Expulsion Hearing Officer for a High School Student Who Engaged In Conduct Constituting Repeated Refusal or Neglect to Obey the Rules [§120.13 (1) (c) (e) Wis. Stats.] Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned into executive session at 7:23 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Teresa Collins Board Secretary Run: May 15, 2020 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the special meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education to order on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 6:00 p.m., in the district administrative offices. Secretary Teresa Collins verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Poeschl, Szilagyi Absent: Olmsted INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Resolution #1 Moved: Garner Second: Szilagyi BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve waiving Policy 0164.1 Regular Meetings, which states that regular board meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the board's regular meeting on April 22, 2020 will be moved to April 29, 2020 as filed with the secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION Moved by Garner and seconded by Evans to adjourn to executive session to: 1. Consider disciplinary data of specific persons [§19.85(1)(f)Wisconsin Statutes]. A. Review expulsion recommendation from an expulsion hearing officer for a middle 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; endangered the property, health or safety of any employee or school board member of the school district in which the pupil is enrolled; and who engaged in conduct constituting repeated refusal or neglect to obey the rules [§120.13(1)(c)(e)Wis. Stats.] Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned into executive session at 8:10 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Teresa Collins Board Secretary Run: May 15, 2020 WNAXLP


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