"In-Person" Zoning Board of Appeals Public Hearing Notice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Village of Sister Bay Zoning Board of Appeals will hold an "In-Person" Public Hearing at the Sister Bay-Liberty Grove Fire Station, 2258 Mill Road, Sister Bay, Door County, Wisconsin on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 4:30 P.M., or shortly thereafter, for the purpose of considering comments on the following appeals that were filed by Michael Lundquist and Stephen D. Carle. Descriptions of those appeals follow: MICHAEL LUNDQUIST: Mr. Lundquist petitions for a variance from Section 66.0320(d) of the Zoning Code which requires an accessory structure to be setback from 20' from a rear lot line and 40' from a front property line. He proposes to divide his property resulting in a garage being 8.1' from a rear lot line, and a workshop being 8.1' from a front lot line. This property is known as 2522, 2530 and 2532 S. Bay Shore Dr., and is located in a General Business (B-1) Zoning District. STEPHEN CARLE: Mr. Carle appeals the decision of the Zoning Administrator whereby the Administrator ordered a camping unit removed from property at 10413 Woodcrest Road. Carle alleges the Administrator erred in her decision because the code does not prohibit parking a recreational vehicle, the code's definition of camping is too broad, and the order is not supported by the code. The subject property is located in a Countryside (CS-1) Zoning District. The purpose of this public hearing is to hear testimony from the petitioner and appellants or their agent(s), and from any party in favor or opposed to the variance and/or appeals. All interested parties are urged to attend the Public Hearing and give testimony. Written testimony including email will also be accepted at the Administration Office (FAX 920-854-9637) until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 27, 2022. Letters will be available for public inspection during normal business hours until the close of business on the day of the hearing. Letters will be entered into the record, and a summary of all letters will be presented at the hearing, but individual letters may not be read aloud. Anonymous correspondence will not be accepted. The Zoning Code and Zoning Map for the Village, as well as all application materials, are on file at the Village Administration Office, 2383 Maple Drive, Sister Bay, WI, and may be viewed weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Some of the documents may also be available on the Village's web site at www.sisterbaywi.gov. Julie Schmelzer Village Administrator julie.schmelzer@sisterbaywi.gov Run: September 21, 24, 2022 WNAXLP


09 Chevy Cobalt No keys Please respond by September 12, 2022 to place a bid or have questions 920-602-2620 Run: September 7, 2022 WNAXLP


1 Substitute Ordinance Subs. of Gen. Ord. No. 9 22 23. By Ald. Felde and Dekker. September 6, 2022. AN ORDINANCE establishing a Responsible Bidder Policy for the City of Sheboygan. I hereby certify that the Substitute Ordinance was duly passed by the Common Council of the City of Sheboygan on the 6th day of September, 2022. Dated September 7, 2022 MEREDITH DEBRUIN, City Clerk Approved September 7, 2022 RYAN SORENSON, Mayor Run: September 12, 2022 WNAXLP


182343 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT OUTAGAMIE COUNTY WEST BEND MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY 1900 S. 18TH AVE. WEST BEND, WI 53095 Plaintiff, vs. SAMANTHA ERICKSON 1719 N. ONEIDA STREET APPLETON, WI 54911 Defendant. PUBLICATION SUMMONS Case No. 22CV699 Hon. Mark J. McGinnis Case Code: 30301 THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, To each person named above as a Defendant: You are hereby notified that the Plaintiff named above has filed a lawsuit or other legal action against you. The complaint, which is also served on you, states the nature and basis of the legal action. Within forty (40) days after September 1 2022, you must respond with a written answer as that term is used in chapter 802 of the Wisconsin statutes, to the complaint. The court may reject or disregard an Answer that does not follow the requirements of the statutes. The answer must be sent or delivered to the court, whose address is 320 S. Walnut St., Appleton, WI 54911, and to the offices of Heuer Law Offices, S.C., Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address is 9312 W. National Ave., West Allis, Wisconsin 53227. You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you do not provide a proper answer within forty (40) days, the court may grant judgment against you for the award of money or other legal action requested in the complaint, and you may lose your right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the complaint. A judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A judgment awarding money may become a lien against any real estate you own now or in the future, and may also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property. Dated this 26th day of August, 2022. Attorney for Plaintiff Heuer Law Offices, S.C. Jonathan D. McCollister (State Bar No. 1037740) 9312 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 Phone: (414) 224-3500 Run: Sept. 1, 8, 15, 2022 WNAXLP


2022-CU-6150 WINNEBAGO COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING DEPARTMENT Notice of Public Hearing September 27, 2022 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a Conditional Use 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. Planning & Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on September 27, 2022 at 6:30 PM in Room 120, in the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing may appear in person or via Zoom using the meeting information below. A direct link to the Zoom Meeting is available on the Winnebago County Meetings and Agenda calendar on the above indicated date. Zoom Meeting Information Link: https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/planning-and-zoning/p-z-meeting-links Additional Instructions 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 CONDITIONAL USE REQUEST. Application No.: 2022-CU-6150 Applicant: BLUE SKY PROPERTY HOLDINGS LLC Agent: NONE Location of premises: 4016 KNAPP ST Tax Parcel No.: 012-0199, 012-0202 Legal Description: Being part of the W 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 11, all in Township 17 North, Range 16 East, Town of Nekimi, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Code Reference: Chapter 23, Division 3, Sec. 23.8-381, Exhibit 8-1, Sec. 13.01 Description of Proposed Use: Applicant is requesting a conditional use permit to develop an airport. Run: September 13, 20, 2022 wnaxlp


2nd District Local Form Revised 11/23/2021 State of Minnesota District Court Ramsey County Second Judicial District Court File Number: 62-HR-CV-22-860 Case Type: Harassment Youa Yang AKA Payi Yang vs Zoua Vang AKA Youa Vang Notice of Issuance of Harassment Restraining Order by Publication To Respondent: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Harassment Restraining Order has been issued on August 9, 2022. A hearing has not been scheduled. You may request a hearing on this matter by filing a Request for Hearing HAR301 with the Court within twenty (20) days of the date this Notice is published. You may get a copy of the HRO from the court administrator's office at the following address: Ramsey County Juvenile and Family Justice Center 25 W. 7th Street Room B122 Saint Paul, MN 55102 Failure to appear at a scheduled hearing or to get a copy of the Harassment Restraining Order will not be a defense to prosecution for violation of the Court's order. Donald W. Harper Juvenile and Family Court Administrator Run: Sept 20,2022 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS DEMOLITION WORK 220 Elm Street Fond du Lac Redevelopment Authority of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin (RDA) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received in the Comptroller Department, City-County Government Center, 160 South Macy Street, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936-0150, until 10 AM., C.S.T., on Thursday October 6, 2022 at which time bid will be publicly opened and read for the following work: The demolition of a single-family house and other exterior structures and debris located at 220 Elm Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to include a bid by a general contractor or sub-contractors for the following listed items and more: Demolition of all structures on the site and removal of all exterior debris. The specifications and contract documents may be obtained from the Community Development Department Office, 160 South Macy Street, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936-0150 or the City's website. Questions regarding the specifications and bidding process can be directed to Pat Mildebrandt, Rehabilitation Specialist at 920-322-3446. All bids shall be prepared on the forms provided in the specifications and shall remain attached thereto, and shall be addressed to Comptroller Department, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The bid envelope shall be properly identified on the face there as 220 Elm Street. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after opening of said bids, without the consent of the Executive Director of the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Fond du Lac. The RDA 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 RDA. The RDA also reserves the right to waive any abnormalities or informalities in bidding, and to select the bid that, in its opinion, will best serve the interests of the RDA. W/MBE and Section 3 bids are encouraged. Published by authority of the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, on September 11, 2022 and September 18, 2022. Run: September 11, 18, 2022 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2022 CLEAN & TELEVISE OF SANITARY SEWERS FILE NO. 2022-106 CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received in the City Administrative Offices within the City-County Government Center, 160 South Macy Street, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, until 2:00 PM CST, on Wednesday September 21, 2022, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the City Manager's Conference Room. The project includes but is not limited to the following approximated quantities of work: FURNISH AND PERFORM: 8,130 LF Clean & Televise of 8-inch Sanitary Sewer 4,739 LF Clean & Televise of 10-inch Sanitary Sewer 7,515 LF Plug, Dye and Flood Storm Sewer System (Various sizes) 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 the Quest project number: 8288750 on the Project Search page. 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, 54936-0150. Each bid envelope shall be properly identified on the face thereof "SEALED BID 2022 CLEAN & TELEVISE OF SANITARY SEWERS." No bid shall be withdrawn, for a period of 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 2022 is filed at least five days before the scheduled time for opening of bids. Reference is made to Section 66.0901(2) and (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 days after notice of award of contract. Run"September 7 14, 2022; wnaxlp


Advertisement of Sale The personal properties of Jonathan Raasch currently located in space: D109 at Multi Storage LLC, self-storage facility located at 1665 Bergstrom Rd, Neenah, WI 54956 will be sold on Saturday October 8, 2022 at 9:15am in Neenah in accordance with section 704.90(6) of the Wisconsin Statutes. Property consists of household, personal items, and tools. Persons of interest may contact manager at 920-722-3332. Dated: September 20, 2022 Multi-Storage, LLC By: Libbe Bergstrom For Multi-Storage, LLC PO BOX 694 Menasha, WI 54952 920-722-3332 Run: September 23, 30, 2022 wnaxlp


ADVERTISEMENT TO BID September 09, 2022 The City of Two Rivers is soliciting Bids for the proposed park redevelopment and related improvements at Central Park West. Bids will be received until 2:30 PM, October 19, 2022 online via QUEST CDN only. Bids will be virtually opened and read aloud. All planholders will be provided with login information prior to bid opening via addendum. PROJECT SCOPE: The project scope includes but not limited to: demolition, pavement removal, earthwork, underground plumbing, concrete paving, water feature installation, restroom/shelter building construction, lighting, landscaping, and site restoration. BID SUBMITTAL: Bids for "Central Park West Redevelopment." shall be submitted online only at QUEST CDN. The OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities and to reject any or all Bids. The letting of the work described herein is subject to the provisions of Sections 61.54, 66.0901 and 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes. BID DOCUMENT AVAILABILITY: Bidding Documents will be available from QUEST CDN online bid room (project #8296971). Plan download fees are $30. Bid documents will be available for review only by appointment at the City offices, 1717 E Park Street, Two Rivers, WI 54241. PRE-BID CONFERENCE: There will be no pre-bid conference for this project. Contractor questions may be directed to Parkitecture + Planning, 608-664-3910. BID BOND: A satisfactory Bid Bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid payable to the OWNER, shall be submitted with the Bid via QUEST CDN. SCHEDULE: Selection of final bid is at the sole discretion of the OWNER, and shall reserve the right to waive irregularities should it be needed. All Bids shall remain valid for 60 days after bid opening. Run: Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 2022 WNAXLP


AGENDA EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD ---SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 AT 6:00PM NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD WILL MEET ON MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2022 AT 6:00PM AT THE TOWN HALL, 5242 COUNTY I (EAST OF CARLSVILLE) WITH THE FOLLOWING AGENDA: 1. CALL TO ORDER WITH ROLL CALL 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ADOPT THE AGENDA 4. APPROVE MINUTES 5. APPROVE FINANCIAL REPORT 6. OPEN SESSION-This is an opportunity for members of the audience to bring to the Town Board's attention any concerns regarding items listed on or not listed on the agenda. Comments will be limited to three (3) minutes per person with a maximum of (10) minutes for all items. 7. APPLICATION OF CLASS A LIQUOR LICENSE FOR DOOR COUNTY ARTS GUILD, 6709 HWY 42, JAMES RIEAD. 8. DESTINATION DOOR COUNTY/ STRATEGIC COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP ALLOCATION OF FUNDS. Carlsville Business Association to give presentation. 9. PROPOSED RETAIL SHOP AT 6336 HIGHWAY 42, OWNER DOUG BURICH. 10. PROPOSED HIGH-END COMMERCIAL STORAGE UNITS LOCATED ACROSS FROM 4135 COUNTY E. OWNER, DJT VENTURES, LLC. 11. TOWN ROADS: **Cherry Bluff EstatesRequest to remove added signage. **Upcoming Video with D.O.T. on Highway 42 Improvements in 2024. **Report on Town Roads 12. DOOR COUNTY PETITION FOR VARIANCE REVIEW-HIGH WATER MARK SETBACK AT 5828 SUNSET LANE. 13. DOOR COUNTY MUNICIPAL REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM. DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS. 14. UPDATE ON CURB SIDE PICK-UP SERVICE IN THE TOWN OF EGG HARBOR. 15. TOWN ORDINANCES 16. REPORTS: A. PLANNING COMMISSION B. LICENSES, BUILDING & SIGN PERMITS C. COUNTY BOARD REPRESENTATIVE MONTHLY REPORT D. DOOR COUNTY TOURISM COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVE MONTHLY REPORT 17. TOWN HALL, BUILDINGS & GROUNDS, TOWN PROPERTY 18. JOINT TOWN AND VILLAGE MATTERS A. FIRE STATION/BALL FIELD/CEMETERY/RECYCLING B. FIRE COMMISSION 19. SET DATES FOR BUDGET WORKSHOP ALONG WITH MUNICIPAL CLERK CONTRACT RENEWAL, AND ANNUAL TOWN MEETING TO APPROVE TOWN LEVY. 20. BAY LAKE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION 2022 SURVEY. 21. CORRESPONDENCE 22. APPROVE VOUCHERS 23. ADJOURNMENT PAUL PETERSON, CHAIRMAN TAKE NOTE THAT ALL ITEMS ON THE FOLLOWING MATTERS MAY BE REVIEWED AND ACTED ON. POSTED: September 14, 2022 J.P. Express--Door County Coffee & Tea--Egg Harbor Town Hall Town Web Site: www.townofeggharbor.org Run: September 17, 2022 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE A2022-08-01 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2022-08-01 August 18, 2022 granting the rezoning application of Joseph Beasley to rezone the following described property from General Commercial District to Residential Single Family District, Tax Parcel #034-33230174B, Part of Section 23, T27N, R21E, Town of Pensaukee. The full text of the ordinance (changes as well as the entire ordinance) is available at the Oconto County Clerk's Office at 301 Washington Street, Oconto, WI 54153, phone 920-834-6800 or at the website www.co.oconto.wi.us. Electronically Reviewed by Corporation Counsel on 08.12.2022 - BLE Run: September 7, 2022 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE A2022-08-02 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2022-08-02 August 18, 2022 granting the rezoning application of Kathleen Westcot to rezone the following described property from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District, Tax Parcel #034-393101834A, Part of Section 31, T27N, R21E, Town of Pensaukee. The full text of the ordinance (changes as well as the entire ordinance) is available at the Oconto County Clerk's Office at 301 Washington Street, Oconto, WI 54153, phone 920-834-6800 or at the website www.co.oconto.wi.us. Electronically Reviewed by Corporation Counsel on 08.12.2022 - BLE Run: September 7, 2022 WNAXLP


AN ORDINANCE OFFICIAL NOTICE Published by Authority of the Common Council of the City of Appleton Office of the City Clerk, Appleton Notice is hereby given that the following Ordinances were adopted by the Common Council on September 21, 2022 and approved by the Mayor on the 21st day of September 2022. 55-22 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND RECREATING ARTICLE V. OF CHAPTER 4 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PLUMBING. (Utilities Committee 8-12-2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Article V. of Chapter 4 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to plumbing, is hereby repealed and recreated as follows: ARTICLE V. PLUMBING* DIVISION 1. GENERALLY Sec. 4-261. Definitions. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: A-E shall mean the Wisconsin Examining Board of Architects, Landscape Architects, Professional Engineers, Designers, Professional Land Surveyors, and Registered Interior. Clay dam shall mean a deposit of soil, normally clay or a mix of clay and other soils, that is placed somewhere on a sanitary lateral leading to a building with a basement to help prevent stormwater collected by the sewer mains from following the lateral into a basement and creating potential for water damage Clearwater shall mean storm water, ground water and wastewater having no impurities or where impurities are below a minimum concentration considered harmful by SPS, including, but not limited to: non-contact cooling water, condensate drainage from refrigeration compressors and air conditioning equipment, drainage of water used for equipment chilling purposes and cooled condensate from steam heating systems. Curb thimble shall mean a conduit that is run underground from a building through the curb that conveys storm water onto the street. Discharge shall mean water that is directed in such a manner that it flows onto the ground or into a storm sewer system. Discharge includes but is not limited to clearwater, water from sump pumps, and water and snow melt from downspouts and roofs. Drywell shall mean a structure or excavation installed in the ground designed to collect storm water from downspouts, sump pumps, or other sources of storm water. Groundwater shall mean any of the waters of the state, as designated in W.S.A. §281.01(18), as amended from time to time, occurring in a saturated subsurface geological formation of rock or soil. Inspections Supervisor shall mean the City of Appleton Inspections Supervisor or designee. Plumbing has the meaning designated in W.S.A. §145.01(10), as amended from time to time. POWTS shall mean private onsite waste treatment system. Private sanitary lateral shall mean the portion of the sanitary sewer that extends from just inside a building to the connection at the main as defined in the City of Appleton Sanitary Lateral Repair Policy, as amended from time to time. Run off shall mean storm water and precipitation, including rain, snow or ice melt, or similar water that moves on land surface via sheet or channelized flow. Sewer service lateral means that part of the drainage system extending from the property line to the connection with the main sewer. Single-family owner-occupied shall mean a single-family dwelling that is owned and occupied by the permit applicant. Single Family owner-occupied does not include condominiums, owner-occupied duplexes, or owner-occupied two-family buildings. Spring line shall mean the point at which a dry vent connects to a drain branch. SPS shall mean the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. State Plumbing Code shall mean Wisconsin Administrative Code SPS chapters 380 through 387, as amended from time to time. Storm water shall mean water that originates from rain or snow and includes ice melt. (Code 1965, §16.02) Cross reference(s) Definitions and rules of construction generally, §1-2, Utilities, ch. 20. State law reference(s) Plumbing, W.S.A. §145.01 et seq.; state licensing of plumbers, W.S.A. §145.04(2). Sec. 4-262. State Plumbing Code adopted. The Wisconsin Administrative Code SPS chapters 380 through 387 and W.S.A. chapter 145, as amended from time to time, are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this article. The provisions thereof and of this article shall govern all plumbing, private sewage disposal, and drainage work and no plumbing, private sewage disposal, or drainage work shall be done except in accordance with the adopted codes and this article. (Code 1965, §16.01; Ord 85-97, §1, 10-15-97) Sec. 4-263. Inspection of new work. The Inspections Supervisor shall be notified to allow for inspection of work regulated under this article in accordance with requirements of Article II of this chapter. Notification shall include the owner's name, correct address of the property, and name of the master plumber responsible for the installation. Upon approval of the underground piping, the Inspections Supervisor shall identify the approved underground piping with a notice in a visible location. When rough-in work is approved, a tag indicating such approval will be placed on each floor level where plumbing is installed. No work shall be covered without approval from the Inspections Supervisor. Such inspection and approval shall not in any case constitute a guarantee against imperfection by either the City or the Inspections Supervisor. (Code 1965, §16.11; Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-264. Inspection of rental properties, relocated buildings. (a) All rentable properties, upon becoming vacant, may be inspected by the Inspections Supervisor and their sanitary condition determined. If the plumbing or any work covered by this article is in an unsanitary condition or a menace to health or safety, the premises shall be repaired and put in a sanitary condition before a new occupant takes possession. (b) The plumbing in buildings moved from one lot or location to another shall be inspected by the Inspections Supervisor and, when found necessary, tested in a manner satisfactory to the Inspections Supervisor at the expense of the owner. If plumbing is found unsafe or unsanitary, the plumbing shall be repaired or remodeled and made to reasonably comply with this article. (Code 1965, §16.08; Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, § 1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-265. Permit required for plumbing work in public right-of-way. (a) No person shall engage in or work at plumbing in the public right-of-way without the following conditions first being met: (1) The applicant shall obtain a street excavation permit from the Department of Public Works. (2) The applicant shall file with the City Clerk proof of workers compensation, automobile and general liability insurance equal to or greater than that required by the City and approved by the City's Risk Manager, and it shall be kept in full force and effect for one (1) year after the work has been completed. (3) The applicant shall file with the Department of Public Works a permit bond in the penal sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) executed by the applicant as principal and a surety company authorized to do business in the State of Wisconsin, running in favor of the City so that in the event the City should suffer any loss or damage by any negligence, malfeasance or misfeasance in the conduct of the work performed under this section shall have the right to institute an action for recovery against the applicant and the surety upon such bond. The bond must further state that the applicant shall fully comply with all provisions of State law and City ordinances as applicable and that the applicant will save and indemnify the City against any costs, expenses or damages which may in any way accrue against the City due to the work performed under this section, and will keep the City harmless against all liabilities, judgments, costs and expenses as a consequence of the work. (Code 1965, §16.06; Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1 10-19-93; Ord 53-94, §1, 4-20-94; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96; Ord 101-16, §1, 12-13-16) Sec. 4-266. Correction of unsanitary installations. When complaints are received that work covered by this article is contrary to the ordinances of the city or is a menace to health, the Inspections Supervisor can investigate the cause for complaint on the premises. A report of the findings, suggesting such changes and corrections as are necessary to put the premises in proper sanitary condition shall be made. The Inspections Supervisor thereupon shall direct such changes and corrections to be made as deemed necessary, and set a time for having the changes and corrections done. Failure to comply may result in legal action against the property owner. (Code 1965, §16.07; Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-267. Inspection of sewer and water services. All sewer service laterals and water service pipes installed on private property shall be inspected by the Inspections Supervisor. The portions of the sewer or water service laterals installed or repaired from the water main to the private property line, shall be inspected by the Inspections Supervisor. No service pipe shall be laid and no opening into or connection with a sewer service lateral, public sewer or water main shall be made, including the relaying, replacing or repairing of the lateral, sewer or water main, except under the observation of the Inspections Supervisor. All work involving sanitary, storm, or water mains and laterals shall be left uncovered until examined and approved. (Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Cross reference(s) Water utility, §20-31 et seq.; sewers and waste water disposal, §20-66 et seq. Sec. 4-268. Street openings. (a) Requirements. Openings in any street, alley or public place shall be governed by Chapter 16 and by any specifications or policies on street openings adopted by the Common Council. (b) A street excavation permit must be obtained prior to any sewer permit being issued for proposed work in the public right-of-way. (c) DPW staff shall be notified no later than one (1) business day prior to any lane closure or two (2) business days prior to a full road closure. (d) Any person obtaining a permit to repair, replace, or install new sanitary, storm, or water laterals shall notify the Inspections Division whenever the work is ready for inspection. All work shall be left uncovered until examined and approved by the Department. (Code 1965, §16.04; Ord 185-04, §1, 1-1-05) Sec. 4-269. Connections to public sewer. (a) Record of sewers. The Department of Public Works shall keep a record on file, for the purpose of showing the size and location of public sewers and the position of the branches, junctions, laterals, and appurtenances. (b) Location of branches; new connections. Information concerning the location of wye branches in the public sewer or of sewer service laterals shall be furnished by the City Engineer or designee. All reasonable care will be taken to ensure the correctness of such information, but such correctness will not be guaranteed. When, in accordance with the measurement furnished, the junction is not found in the public sewer within a distance of three (3) feet from the flow side of the measurement, permission shall be given by the City Engineer or designee to the plumber applying therefore to make a new connection. All such connections shall be made in accordance with this Chapter and all other required specifications. No connection with any sewer or any part thereof shall be covered without approval of the Inspections Supervisor or the City Engineer or designee, but such inspection and approval shall not in any case constitute a guarantee against imperfection by either the City or the Director. (c)Record of connections. The Inspections Supervisor or City Engineer shall make a record of all sewer connections, showing the location of the lot, the name of the installer, and the location of the connection. These records shall be entered into the GIS system. (d) Minimum depth. A sewer service lateral or building or house sewer shall, where the depth of the main sewer permits, be installed at a minimum depth in residence districts of ten (10) feet below the established sidewalk grade and in commercial or industrial districts at a minimum depth of twelve (12) feet below the established sidewalk grade. Measurements shall be from the top of the sidewalk to the invert or flow line of the sewer. The grade of a sidewalk, where established, may be obtained from the Department of Public Works upon request. (Code 1965, §16.05; Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-270. Connection to public sewers and water mains required. (a) Whenever public sewers and water mains are laid along and within any public street, alley or place in the City, the Inspections Supervisor may notify in writing all owners or their agents and occupants of all houses, tenements and other buildings used for human habitation situated on lots or parcels of land abutting upon such street, alley or place which is accessible to such sewer and water main, to connect therewith and to connect all interior plumbing upon their respective lots or parcels of land with the sewer in a sanitary manner in accordance with the State Plumbing Code within thirty (30) days after service of such a notice. Upon a failure to comply, the Inspections Supervisor may cause such connections to be made and the cost thereof to be levied and collected in the same manner as other taxes pursuant to W.S.A. §281.45. (b) In a district zoned commercial, light manufacturing or heavy industrial all buildings other than those used for residential purposes shall be connected to storm sewers, where available, upon order of the Inspections Supervisor. (c) Whenever public mini-storm sewers or storm laterals are laid along and within any public street, alley or place in the city and ready for use, property owners shall, upon notice from the City, connect to the lateral provided to their particular property. (d) A sewer permit shall be obtained from the Inspections Division by a person licensed with the State to perform such work prior to any work being started. Failure of the property owner to connect within the specified time may result in a notice of noncompliance being issued. All connections shall be made in accordance with the requirements of the State Plumbing Code. (e) If any such owner, agent or occupant fails to comply with such notice, the Inspections Supervisor shall cause such connections to be made and the cost thereof assessed as a special tax against the lots or parcels of land and the amount thereof shall be levied and collected in the same manner as other taxes, pursuant to W.S.A. §281.45. (f) After connection to a water main and public sewer, no septic system shall be constructed or maintained upon any such lot or parcel and shall be abated upon thirty (30) days written notice for such abatement by the Inspections Supervisor. If not so abated, the Inspections Supervisor shall cause the same to be done and the cost thereof assessed as a special tax against the property and the amount shall be levied and collected in the same manner as other taxes, pursuant to W.S.A. §281.45. The abatement should be conducted pursuant to, Wisconsin Administrative Code SPS 383.33. (g) At the time when the property is connected to City water, existing water wells shall either be abandoned or permitted for with the City of Appleton to remain in use. Such uses shall be limited to irrigation or similar non-potable uses and shall not be connected with the City water supply. (h) At the time when the property is connected to the City sewer, the septic tank shall be abandoned per state requirements set forth in the Wisconsin Administrative Code SPS 383.33. Prior to abandoning the septic tank, a sewer permit shall be obtained from the Inspections Division. The abandonment process shall be inspected by the Inspections Supervisor. (i) The City may extend the time for connection hereunder or may grant temporary relief where strict enforcement of this section would work as unnecessary hardship without corresponding public or private benefit. (Code 1965, §7.04, § 7.04(1) (4); Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96; Ord 15-97, §1, 3-5-97; Ord 85-97, §1, 10-15-97; Ord 25-12, §1, 3-7-12; Ord 14-13, §1, 7-8-13) Sec. 4-271. Discharge of drains and sewers. (a) Certain discharges prohibited. No person shall discharge domestic sewage, industrial wastes, septic tank effluent, or any other pollutant onto the surface of the ground, into any drainage ditch, into any river or stream or into any storm sewer or drain, or permit such materials to be so discharged. (b) Discharges to storm sewers. Roof leaders, surface drains, groundwater drains, foundation footing drains and other clearwater drains shall be connected wherever possible with a storm sewer, but they shall not be connected to a building sewer which discharges into a sanitary sewer or private sewage treatment plant. Air conditioning and clearwater drains not described in this subsection shall also discharge to storm drains or sewers, unless special permission is obtained from the Inspections Supervisor in cases where an unnecessary hardship would result and where the spirit of this subsection would be observed. If stormwater or clearwater is being discharged into a sanitary sewer a notice of non-compliance shall be sent to the owner of the property to eliminate the cross-connection. (c) Discharge to public streets. No person shall discharge any clearwater directly into a public street or alley from November 1 to March 31, inclusive. No person shall discharge any clearwater directly into a public street or alley from April 1 to October 31, inclusive, without first obtaining permission from the Public Works Director or an authorized representative. (d) Discharge onto sidewalks. No person shall permit the regular discharge of water directly onto any sidewalk or other public area. Such discharge shall constitute a nuisance. (e) Other Discharges: (1) Generally. Where a storm sewer is deemed available or suitable, the City of Appleton may require a property owner to have their sump pump, downspouts or other similar storm water discharges connected to said storm sewer. Such connections shall be installed as required by this Chapter. Otherwise, storm water may be discharged onto the ground surface a minimum of two (2) feet from the foundation. (Note: this shall include the discharge from downspouts.) Discharges or run offs shall not be directed so as to flow onto adjacent property or be allowed to accumulate and create ponds of standing water or other public nuisance. Trenching, channeling, or other alterations whereby the flow of storm water is concentrated and where it adversely affects adjacent property shall also be prohibited. (2) Drywells. If drywells are constructed, the drywell shall be installed in such a manner that any overflow from said drywell does not flow onto adjacent property or create any other nuisance as described in this chapter. (3) Garage floor drains. Garage drains that discharge to grade shall discharge to natural grade and shall not be directed as to flow onto adjacent property. The discharge from a garage drain shall be kept a minimum of four (4) feet from the nearest property line. Nothing contained in this subsection shall act to relieve a person from complying with the other provisions of this section. (f) Curb thimbles. The installation of curb thimbles is prohibited. Existing curb thimbles shall cease to be used in the following instances: (1) The street is reconstructed. (2) A storm lateral is provided to the property. (3) The drainage from the thimble creates a public nuisance or hazard. (4) Upon order from the Inspections Supervisor. (Code 1965, §16.09; Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96, Ord 186-04, §1, 1-1-05) Sec. 4-272. Sealing of unused sewer and water services. (a) All sewer and water laterals or building sewers and water services installed and not immediately used shall be securely sealed so as to be watertight. This shall be done by the use of proper fittings and materials manufactured for that purpose and in a manner approved by the Inspections Division. (b) Before any building connected to city sanitary sewer or water mains is razed or moved to another location, a permit shall be obtained by a person licensed by the State to perform such work from the Inspection Division to disconnect and seal all sanitary sewer and water services serving the premises. Sealing of the sewer and water laterals shall comply with Sec. 4-188. The water service shall be disconnected and sealed at a location point determined by the Water Utility. The disconnections and sealing thereof shall be approved by the Inspection Division before the work is covered. (c) All water wells which are temporarily or permanently abandoned shall be sealed by a Wisconsin registered well constructor or pump installer after first obtaining a permit from the Inspections Division. The well shall be sealed and a report filed with the State Board of Health in conformance with the State Well Construction and Pump Installation Code. (Code 1965, §16.12; Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 176-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96; Ord 102-16, §1, 12-13-16) Sec. 4-273. Building sewers and building drains. (a) Building drains and subdrains under twelve (12) inches inside diameter shall be constructed of materials listed in Table 384.30-3 of the State Plumbing Code, as updated from time to time. (b) All building sanitary sewers shall be constructed of materials listed in Table 384.30-3 of the State Plumbing Code, as updated from time to time. This paragraph applies to all new construction including construction after a building was demolished or razed. (c) Cleanouts shall be installed to comply with Wisconsin Administrative Code SPS 382.35. (d) All sewer service laterals and building sewers shall be bedded in clear stone or any other material approved by Department of Public Works staff to the centerline of the pipe. Bedding material shall be washed gravel with the sand removed, or crushed and screened stone with general fines removed. The size of the bedding stone shall be such that one hundred percent (100%) shall pass a one-half ( 1/2 ) inch sieve. On new installations, where the building has a basement, a clay dam shall be installed on the lateral leading to the building. (e) Underground building drains shall be laid on original or firm ground or thoroughly compacted material. Voids between such firm foundation and the bottom of the pipe, along its entire length, shall be filled with bedding stone as specified for building sewers. (f) An approved backwater valve shall be installed in the sanitary sewer lateral of every new building and shall be accessible to the property owner for service or replacement except as provided below. All interior plumbing waste shall pass through the backwater valve. The required backwater valve shall not be installed in the public right-of-way. Exception. A property owner may apply in writing to the plumbing inspector for an exception to the provision of (f). The application must include evidence of the elevation of both the lowest floor level served by sanitary sewer and the nearest downstream manhole to which the sanitary building drain is or will be connected. The plumbing inspector may approve the exception if the elevation of the lowest floor level served by the sanitary sewer is at least one (1) foot higher than the elevation of the nearest manhole to which the sanitary building drain is or will be connected. (Code 1965, §16.13; Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96, Ord 36-02, §1, 3-25-02) Sec. 4-274. Waste pipes and vents. (a) Garage drains shall not be connected to foundation footing drains nor to a clearwater sump. Garage drains run to grade shall be directed so as to not flow onto adjacent property. Drains that discharge to grade must discharge to natural grade. (b) All vent terminals shall extend at least eight (8) inches above the roof at the centerline of the pipe. The joint where a vent terminal passes through the roof shall be made watertight by the use of flashings as approved by SPS. (c) Dry vents shall be taken off of the horizontal drain they serve above the spring line and the connection shall be made at an angle of forty-five degrees (45°) or greater from the centerline of the pipe being served. See Administrative Code SPS 382.31(15)(b) Appendix. (Code 1965, §16.14) Sec. 4-275.Clearwater inspections. (a) The Building Inspection Division shall, when deemed necessary by the Director of Public Works or designee thereof, or upon a reasonable request by the owner of record, conduct an inspection of the premises to ensure compliance with the provisions of the code relating to illegal surface or ground water connections into the sanitary sewer system. (b) A notice of noncompliance shall be issued by the Building Inspection Division to the owner of record of any building found not to be in compliance with the provisions of the code. The notice shall set forth areas of noncompliance and shall order the owner to bring the building into compliance within an established period of time. (c) Failure to bring the property into compliance within the applicable compliance period shall constitute a violation of this section and shall be subject to the penalties set forth in Sec. 4-24. (d) No warranty. An inspection meeting compliance only indicates that so far as can be reasonably determined by a visual inspection of the premises and review of City records, the premises meets the requirements of this section. Neither the City nor its inspectors assume any liability in the inspection findings, whether compliant or not, and the City does not guarantee or warrant the condition of the premises inspected. (e) Not liable. The City will not be liable for any unsafe and/or unsanitary conditions that exist in any building inspected for clearwater compliance. However, if any such conditions exist, and are noticed by an inspector, authority shall be granted to issue orders to correct such conditions. (Ord 187-04, §1, 1-1-05; Ord 160-10, §1, 11-23-10; Ord 10-16, §1, 1-12-16) Sec. 4-276. Grease traps and separators commercial buildings. (a) Installation. Grease traps or separators shall be installed wherever greasy wastes are discharged into a building drain or sewer. Such grease traps or separators shall be designed to adequately serve the fixture(s), shall be placed as near as possible to the fixture(s) from which they receive waste and shall be accessible for easy cleaning. (b) Maintenance. Grease interceptors shall be maintained and cleaned on a regular basis so as to prevent the escape of grease into sanitary sewer laterals and mains. Regular maintenance of grease traps or separators shall be the responsibility of the owner. A record of all maintenance performed on grease interceptors shall be kept on site and readily accessible to be viewed by the City Inspector. (c) Penalty. Any costs incurred by the City that are the result of having to clean excessive grease from the sanitary sewers (outside of regular scheduled maintenance) may be passed onto the owner of the property responsible for the excessive grease. Sec. 4-277. Grease obstructions residential properties. (a) Residential property owners shall properly dispose of greasy wastes so it does not cause obstructions to occur in the City's sanitary sewer mains. (b) Penalty. Any costs incurred by the City that are the result of having to clean excessive grease from the sanitary sewers (outside of regular scheduled maintenance) may be passed onto the owner of the property responsible for the excessive grease. Sec. 4-278. Water supply systems and water service. (a) Water service. (1) Commercial buildings. a. Size. The water service or building supply pipe to any building shall be of sufficient size to provide an ample flow of water under maximum use to all fixtures and points of service. Such size shall be determined by standards set forth in the Wisconsin State Plumbing Code. (2) Residential buildings. a. Size. The minimum size water service for new residential one- and two-family constructed dwellings shall be either 1" diameter copper or 1.25" diameter plastic, but in all cases, the service shall be large enough to accommodate the anticipated load of the building it is serving. All water service materials shall comply with Table 384.30-7 of the State Plumbing Code. Secs. 4-279 4-290. Reserved. DIVISION 2. PERMITS Sec. 4-291. Permit required; exception. (a) No plumbing shall be done in the City without a permit being first obtained from the Inspections Supervisor and the paying of the proper fee as provided in this division. Such permits may be issued only to persons duly licensed to do plumbing under the laws of the State. Exception. Any person actually owning and occupying a single-family residence may do plumbing within without a license, provided such person secures a permit and the work fully conforms with all code requirements including workmanship, design and materials. Any person assisting such owner shall be a licensed master plumber. Any plumbing shall conform to all provisions of state law, state codes, and City. (b) Any person, before beginning active plumbing work, shall obtain a permit. (Code 1965, §16.10(1); Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96; Ord 3-06, §1, 1-10-06) Sec. 4-292. Plumbing fees. (a) The following fees shall apply to plumbing permits, and no permit shall be valid until the appropriate fee has been paid: (1) The amount of the permit fee for any plumbing, sewer or water permit shall be on file in the Office of the City Clerk; (2) The amount of the permit fees for residential one- (1-) and two- (2-) family buildings shall be on file in the Office of the City Clerk; (3) The amount of the permit fees for multifamily apartment buildings and commercial or industrial structures shall be on file in the Office of the City Clerk. (4) The fees in subsections (1) through (3) of this section apply to new and replacement installations. For repair work on existing installations, the permit fee shall be on file in the Office of the City Clerk. (5) The amount of the permit fee for manholes and catch basins installed concurrently with laterals of private main shall be on file in the Office of the City Clerk. (6) The amount of the permit fee for the abandonment of a septic tank or POWTS shall be on file in the Office of the City Clerk. (7) The amount of the permit fee for a water well shall be on file in the Office of the City Clerk. (8) The amount of the permit fee for each fixture or appliance connected to the water supply or sewer, including trapped and untrapped openings in both sanitary and storm sewers, shall be on file in the Office of the City Clerk. (b) Penalties for installation without a permit include tripling the permit fee prescribed in this section at the time when a permit is obtained. Payment of any fee mentioned in this section, however, shall in no way relieve any person of the penalties that may be imposed for violation of this article. (c) A callback inspection charge shall be established at thirty-five dollars ($35.00) per callback for all work requiring inspection under plumbing and sewer permit requirements. (Code 1965, §16.10(2); Ord 106-97, §1, 12-17-97; Ord 73-19, §1, 7-30-19) Sec. 4-293. Issuance for new or relocated building. No permit for plumbing in a new or relocated building shall be issued until: (1) The Inspections Supervisor is satisfied that all unused sewer and water services to the premises are sealed; (2) A sewer permit and building permit have been issued; and (3) The connection fee when required by §20-3 has been paid. (Code 1965, §16.10(3)(a); Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-294. Persons not eligible for permit. No plumbing or sewer permit shall be granted to anyone who has failed to comply with this article. No permit shall be issued to any person or to any master plumber against whom an order issued by the Inspections Supervisor is pending. No permit shall be issued to any person who has been found violating or has willfully violated this article. Bad faith or unreasonable delay in the performance of any work covered by this article or failure to respond promptly to official communications shall be deemed sufficient reason for withholding permits, and the master plumber shall be held responsible for the violation of these regulations by himself or any of his employees. (Code 1965, §16.10(3)(b); Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-295. Expiration. All permits issued under this division remain valid contingent upon continuous performance of the work named thereon. Any permit issued pursuant to this division shall be void if the authorized work is suspended or abandoned for a period of six (6) months once work has commenced. A permit will automatically expire on the sooner of completion of the work for which it was issued or two (2) years from date of issuance. (Code 1965, §16.10(3)(c)) Sec. 4-296. Cancellation for violation. The Inspections Supervisor may cancel a permit issued under this division on any job for violation of the license law or codes and ordinances, and to stop work in any case where installation is not being made in compliance with this article. (Code 1965, §16.10(3)(d); Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-297. Cancellation on request of plumber or owner. The Inspections Supervisor may cancel a permit issued under this division upon written request of a master plumber or the owner for which the work is being done; provided that acceptable arrangements shall first be made for reissuance of the permit to another master plumber for proper completion of the work. The original permit shall not be canceled until a master plumber applies for and is granted a permit to complete the work. The procedure for requested cancellation and reissuance of permits shall be as follows: (1) If the master plumber does not complete the entire installation for which he received a permit, he shall immediately notify the Inspections Supervisor in writing requesting cancellation and detailing the extent of the work he has done. (2) A person who has hired a master plumber may request cancellation in writing and shall then specify the name of the master plumber he is employing to finish the work. If the permit is for single-family owner-occupied home the owner may obtain the second permit if the work is contained to inside the building. For any exterior work, a licensed plumber shall be hired to complete the job. (3) Any work being performed under the initial permit shall be stopped until a subsequent permit has been issued for completion. (4) The original permit fee shall apply to the entire job, except that the applicable minimum permit fee as set in the fee schedule shall be paid for the second permit. If additional work is included on the subsequent permit, such work shall be listed and any applicable fee shall apply. (5) If additional fixtures are roughed-in or installed before final inspection, they shall be added to the original permit on the cost-per-fixture basis. (Code 1965, §16.10(3)(e); Ord 32-92, §1, 3-18-92; Ord 174-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Secs. 4-298 4-315. Reserved. DIVISION 3. PLANS Sec. 4-316. Applicability of division. This division shall apply to all additions and alterations exceeding ten (10) plumbing fixtures as well as to plumbing of all new buildings and shall apply to all cases where there is a change of occupancy or use of a building which requires changes to or intended use of the plumbing so as to comply with this article for that occupancy or use. (Code 1965, §16.10(9), Ord 38-02, §1, 3-25-02) Sec. 4-317. Plans to be approved by City Inspections Division. Plans and specifications for plumbing installation identified in Wisconsin Administrative Code SPS 382 Table 382.20-2 are required to be submitted to the City for review and approval. All non-code-complying portions of the plumbing system installed prior to complete plan approval shall be removed and replaced to comply with SPS standards. (Code 1965, §16.10(4); Ord 176-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-318. Plans to be approved by the Department of Safety and Professional Services. No permits will be issued to commence work on any plumbing project in classifications requiring SPS approval until SPS approval is received by Inspections Supervisor. (Code 1965, §16.10(5)) Sec. 4-319. Compliance with approved plans required. Actual installation shall conform with the plans approved pursuant to this chapter. Any changes shall to plans be submitted to the Inspections Supervisor for approval prior to installation. All work must also comply with the approved specifications. (Code 1965, §16.10(6)) Sec. 4-320. Stamping and signing of plans. A Wisconsin registered architect, engineer or plumbing designer shall sign and seal or stamp all plans and accompanying specifications in accordance with chapter A-E 2. A master plumber may design and submit for approval plumbing plans and specifications for a plumbing system which he is to install. Each sheet of plans and specifications the master plumber submits shall be signed, dated and include his state master plumber's license number. Where more than one (1) sheet is bound together into one (1) volume, only the title sheet or index sheet need be signed and dated by the person responsible for their preparation, provided the signed sheet clearly identifies the other sheets comprising the bound volume. (Code 1965, §16.10(7)) Sec. 4-321. Submission of plans. All plans, preliminary or complete, shall be submitted in duplicate. Work shall not commence until written approval for the preliminary or complete plans is received from SPS or the Inspections Division. Sufficient data and information shall be submitted to allow staff to determine if the installation and its performance will meet the requirements of the State Plumbing Code. The data and information shall be a part of or shall accompany all plans submitted for review. Plans shall be examined in the order of their receipt. (Code 1965, §16.10(8)) Sec. 4-322. Plan examination fees. (a) Plan examination fees for preliminary or complete plans shall accompany the plans and specifications when submitted. If the Inspections Division determines upon review of the plans that inadequate fees were provided, the additional fee shall be provided prior to departmental approval. Written approval shall not be granted until all applicable fees have been paid. (b) The plan examination fees shall be as established by SPS. (c) Plan examination fees may be adjusted by ordinance. (Code 1965, §16.10(10); Ord 176-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 48-94, §1, 4-6-94; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96; Ord 25-12, §1, 3-7-12) Sec. 4-323. Revisions. After written approval is granted, if the approved plans are changed, a revision with applicable fees shall be submitted by the architect, engineer, designer or master plumber responsible for the design. If the method of installation differs from the approved design, an as-built drawing shall be submitted by the architect, engineer, designer or master plumber responsible for the design. (Code 1965, §16.10(11); Ord 176-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-324. Liability for defects in work. In granting approval of plans, specifications, products, devices or materials, the Inspections Division does not hold itself liable for any defects in construction, nor for any damages that may result from the specific installation. (Code 1965, §16.10(12); Ord 176-93, §1, 10-19-93; Ord 118-96, §1, 12-18-96) Sec. 4-325. Copy of plans to be kept at construction site. The architect, professional engineer, registered designer, owner or plumbing contractor shall keep at the construction site one (1) set of plans bearing the stamp of approval of the respective department. (Code 1965, §16.10(13)) Secs. 4-326 4-340. Reserved. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. 56-22 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 23 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON AND THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP WHICH IS A PART THEREOF, BY MAKING THE FOLLOWING CHANGES IN THE DISTRICT AS NOW PROVIDED. (City Plan Commission 9/21/2022) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 23 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton and the Official Zoning Map, which is a part thereof, is amended by making the following changes: To rezone lands located at 1430 North Ballard Road (Tax Id #31-1-5207-00), including the adjacent one-half (1/2) right-of-way of North Ballard Road from M-2 General Industrial District to C-2 General Commercial District. (Rezoning #4-22 1430 North Ballard Road) LEGAL DESCRIPTION: All of Lot Seven (7), Block One (1), Bell Air Subdivision, as recorded in Volume 15 of Plats on Page 19 as Document No. 450970, located in the Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) of the Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) of Section Nineteen (19), Township Twenty-One (21) North, Range Eighteen (18) East, City of Appleton, Outagamie County, Wisconsin containing 11,625 square feet (0.267 acres) of land and including the adjacent one-half (1/2) right-of-way of N. Ballard Road. COMMON DESCRIPTION: 1430 North Ballard Road including the adjacent one-half (1/2) right-of-way of North Ballard Road Section 2: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication the Director of Community and Economic Development is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes to the Official Zoning Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: September 21, 2022 /s/Jacob A. Woodford, Mayor /s/Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: September 28, 2022 WNAXLP


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APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that, DOOR COUNTY ARTS GUILD GALLERY (James Riead) residing in Green Bay, Wisconsin, has applied to the TOWN OF EGG HARBOR for a retail CLASS A Combination License to sell FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES and INTOXICATING LIQUORS for the period beginning October 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023, at the building situated at: 6709 Highway 42, Egg Harbor, WI. Dated: August 30, 2022 Pam E. Krauel, Clerk Town of Egg Harbor, Door County WI Run: September 3, 2022 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR RETAIL ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSES The following have made application for a Class "A" fermented malt beverage and/or Class "A" liquor license in the Town of Oshkosh, Winnebago County, WI, of which granting is pending: APPLICANT LICENSED PREMISES Eric Xiong Xiangkhousang Market LLC 3470 Eichstadt Rd XiangKhouang Market Oshkosh WI 54901 2875 Jackson St Oshkosh WI 54901 Published Sept. 9, 16 & 23, 2022 Jeannette Merten Town of Oshkosh Clerk Run: September 9, 16, 23, 2022 WNAXLP


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August 23, 2022 Regular meeting of the Common Council was called to order by Mayor TeStrake at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall. PRESENT: Mike Feirer, Nick Poeschel, Natasha Tompkins, Brian Varsho, Ed Wagner, Tom Witzel, Adam Fischer, Rebecca Spiros, Mike O'Reilly and Pete Hendler. ABSENT: None The flag was saluted and the pledge given. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD The following citizens spoke in opposition to the rezoning of the property at 8th and Hemlock. They have been advised it is for assisted living facilities for severely handicapped, however they expressed concern that there is no guarantee that these facilities will not be used as a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility, or that residents may possibly having criminal backgrounds, that could involve sexual predators. They are concerned about the proximity to Marshfield Middle School and Lincoln School; the safety of residents living in the area, especially children and elderly; the property values for those living in close proximity; and the fact that the proposed construction is clearly an institution/business that is wanting to intercede in a residential area. They are also concerned about the safety issues with the parking on the streets surrounding the Marshfield Middle School. When there are events at the Middle School, people still park in the field. When this property is development, that parking area will be taken away. Kari Weister 1105 Weister Court Craig DeGrand 1103 Weister Court Timm Kopp, 1409 S. Hemlock Avenue Ben Lindquist 802 S. Hemlock Avenue Ed Mauer 1107 Weister Court Tom Huetter 800 S. Palmetto Avenue Diane Sainden, 808 East 5th Street Jill Reigel, 708 South Palmetto Avenue CC22-144 Motion by Wagner, second by Varsho to approve the minutes of the August 2, 2022 (Joint meeting with Fire & Police Commission); August 9, 2022 (Regular meeting); August 9, 2022 (Closed session) and August 16, 2022 (Special meeting) of the Common Council meeting. Roll call vote, all ayes. Motion carried STAFF UPDATES Barg announced the schedule for the September 6th meetings. Judicial and License will be held at 5:00 p.m., Board of Public Works will be held at 5:30 p.m. and Finance, Budget, and Personnel at 6:00 p.m. MAYOR'S COMMENTS Employee Recognitions Joseph Vanden Elzen, Fire Department, 8/26/2002, 20 years Andrew Ott, Wastewater Utility, 8/27/2007, 15 years COUNCIL COMMENTS None REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES Steve Steingraber and Bill Penker reported on a special meeting of the Fire and Police Commission which was held on September 18th during which the shortfall in the EMS fund was discussed. They are gathering data and conducing a survey of 35 EMS services in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. The survey is looking at services provided and how it is funded. When the survey is completed, they will report this information to the Common Council Natasha Tompkins reported there will be pickle ball courts at Braem Court. CONSENT AGENDA CC22-145 Motion by Poeschel, second by Witzel to receive and place on file, approving all recommended actions for the items listed on the consent agenda excluding M1 (purchase of speed humps for East 17th Street). This item did not pass in Board of Public Works. Meeting Minutes/Reports: Zoning Board of Appeals (October 5, 2021); Fairgrounds Commission (February 18, 2022); University Commission (May 12, 2022); Library Board (May 26, 2022); Library Board (June 16, 2022); Business Improvement District Board (July 19, 2022); Library Board (July 21, 2022); Airport Committee (July 21, 2022); Fire and Police Commission (July 21, 2022); Fire and Police Commission (July 21, 2022 Special Meeting); Committee on Aging (August 4, 2022); Marshfield Utility Commission (August 8, 2022); Board of Public Works (August 15, 2022) 1. Purchase of speed humps for East 17th Street; Judiciary and License Committee (August 16, 2022); Finance, Budget & Personnel Committee (August 16, 2022); City Plan Commission (August 16, 2022) 1, Resolution No. 2022-35, CUP for 2905 West McMillan Street and 2. Resolution No. 2022-36, Master Sign Plan for Marshfield Mall; Business Improvement District Board (August 17, 2022) 1. Resolution No. 2022-34, adopting 2023 BID Operating Plan Roll call vote, all ayes Motion carried There were no items removed from the consent agenda First Reading of Ordinance No. 1477, rezoning property at 1901 South Central Avenue Wagner gave a presentation on creation of an Audit Committee. He spoke on the difference between an Audit Committee and the Finance, Budget, and Personnel Committee. He will bring an ordinance to the Common Council in the near future. Barg gave an update on the 2022-2024 Strategic Plan. While there have been great strides in achieving several of the goals, with the staffing vacancies, some goals have been put on hold. CC22-146 Motion by Witzel, second by O'Reilly to go into closed session under Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 19.85 (1)(e) "Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reason require a close session." Development agreement for project in TIF District #10 Development agreement for project at East 8th Street and Hemlock Avenue And Adjourn to 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." Claim for unlawful tax under Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 74.35 Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 7:09 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Tompkins, Varsho, Wagner, Witzel, O'Reilly and Hendler, Mayor TeStrake, City Attorney Wolfgram, and City Personnel (Amy Krogman and Steve Barg) CC22-147 Motion by Wagner, second by Witzel to return to open session. Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 8:01 p.m.) Motion carried CC22-148 Motion by Wagner, second by Witzel to approve the claim for unlawful tax from Wyndham Senior Harmony Housing, LLC and to authorize staff to make payment as a refund for the 2021 real estate tax paid. Motion by Feirer, second by Poeschel to hold a special Common Council meeting between Board of Public Works and Finance Budget and Personnel on September 6th regarding a proposed development agreement in TID #10. Nay Varsho, Fischer, Spiros, and O'Reilly. Ayes all others Motion carried Future Agenda Items Traffic congestion and parking issues in the area of the Marshfield Middle School. Motion by Feirer, second by Poeschel to adjourn the meeting at 8:10 p.m. Motion carried Respectfully submitted, Amy Krogman Administrative Specialist/HR Assistant Runs: September 16, 2022 WNAXLP


AUGUST SESSION KEWAUNEE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER AUGUST 16, 2022 The meeting of the Kewaunee County Board of Supervisors was called to order by the Kewaunee County Chairman Olson, on August 16, 2022 at 6:05 PM. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited, followed by prayer. Roll Call: Supervisors Agamaite, Augustian, Doell, Haske, Jahnke, Kinnard, Kroll, Langteau, Lazansky, Lukes, Mastalir, Olson, Paape, Romdenne, Swagel, Teske and Vollenweider (17) were present. Supervisors Browne, Guilette and Patrycia (3) were excused. Supervisors Vollenweider moved and Kroll seconded to approve the County Board agenda. Motion carried. Supervisors Kinnard moved and Langteau seconded to approve the previous County Board minutes. Motion carried. Annual Reports & Other Reports RESOLUTION NO. 19-08-2022 - APPROVING THE PURCHASE AND MAINTENANCE OF BODY WORN CAMERAS Supervisors Vollenweider moved and Haske seconded for adoption. Roll Call Vote: 17 ayes, 0 nayes. Motion carried. Communications, Chairman's Comments Supervisors Paape moved and Augustian seconded that the November County Board meeting will held on November 1, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at the Kewaunee County Administration Center. Supervisors Vollenweider moved and Doell seconded to adjourn. Motion carried. Board adjourned at 6:49 p.m. /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 Administration Center in Kewaunee on August 16, 2022. 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: September 02, 2022 WNAXLP


Before The State of Wisconsin DIVISION OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS In the Matter of the Issuance of Air Pollution Control Construction Permit No. 21-RAB-082 dated March 10, 2022 DHA Case No. DNR-22-0003 DNR Case No. 22-011 NOTICE OF PREHEARING CONFERENCE AND ORDER FOR PUBLICATION On March 10, 2022, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) issued Air Pollution Control Construction Permit 21-RAB-082 to the Wisconsin Electric Power Company and Wisconsin Public Service Corporation (Applicant). On April 8, 2022, Sierra Club (Petitioner) filed a Petition for a Contested Case Hearing with the DNR pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 227.42-227.50 and 285.81. By letter dated April 25, 2022, and amended on June 16, 2022, the DNR granted the request for a contested case hearing on the following issues: (1) Whether issuing the Permit without conducting an Environmental Assessment or Environmental Impact Statement violates Wis. Stat. 1.11 and 285.61(8)(a); (2) Whether the Department was required to adopt the "background" air pollution concentrations that it relied on to issue the Permit through rulemaking; and (3) Whether the Department erroneously excluded the addition of battery storage to the Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine (RICE) units in the Best Available Control Technology (BACT) analysis as "redefining the source." On August 11, 2022, the Division of Hearings and Appeals received, for filing, an original request for hearing from the DNR. The parties have conferred and agreed to a date for a prehearing conference. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the State of Wisconsin Division of Hearings and Appeals will hold a prehearing conference on the above-captioned matter pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 227.46(1) and Wis. Admin. Code §§ NR 2.08(5) and 2.12, at 2:00 p,m. on October 27, 2022, via Microsoft Teams. Interested persons may request an email invitation to the Teams Telephone Conference by contacting the Division of Hearings and Appeals at (608) 266-7709. In the alternative, those interested may participate by telephone by calling (608) 571-2209 and entering Meeting ID 734 831 434#. Any person, organization, or governmental unit wishing to become a party to this proceeding must attend the conference personally or by an authorized representative. The purpose of the prehearing conference will be to identify parties to the proceeding, to simplify or clarify the issues which may be contested at the hearing, identify witnesses, discuss the exchange of exhibits, establish a discovery schedule, address any other matters as may aid in the disposition of the action, and confirm the date for the contested case hearing. No testimony will be heard at the prehearing conference. However, a date may be selected for a contested case hearing. The hearing is a Class 1 contested case pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 227.01(3)(a), and the fair play provisions of Wis. Stat. ch. 227 will apply. The procedures relating to contested cases set forth in Wis. Admin. Code Ch. NR 2 will be followed. Said procedures will closely resemble those that are normally followed at a trial in State circuit court. All parties are advised that they have the right to seek the aid and assistance of legal counsel and to be represented by legal counsel at the contested case hearing. The permits, petitions and other information relating to the petitioner are on file and may be inspected and copied at the offices of the Department of Natural Resources, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, holidays excepted. Copies of documents on file related to the permit may be obtained by writing to the Department of Natural Resources, P.O. Box 7921, Madison, Wisconsin, 53707-7921. Reasonable costs will be charged for copies of all information excluding public notices and fact sheets. Pursuant to the Americans With Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations will be made to any qualified individual upon request. Please call the Division of Hearings and Appeals at (608) 266-7709 with specific information on your request prior to the date of the scheduled prehearing or hearing. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION THE DIVISION, THEREFORE, ORDERS: Pursuant to Wis. Admin. Code § NR 2.08(5), the DNR shall cause a copy of the foregoing Notices to be published once 30 days before the date of the prehearing conference as a class 1 notice under Ch. 985, Stats., in a newspaper of general circulation in the impacted area, and the DNR shall cause a copy of the foregoing to be published on DNR's Internet website. Finally, the DNR shall furnish proof of publication to the Division of Hearings and Appeals by October 27, 2022. Dated at Madison, Wisconsin on September 15, 2022. STATE OF WISCONSIN DIVISION OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS 4822 Madison Yards Way, 5th Floor North Madison, Wisconsin 53705 Telephone: (608) 266-7709 FAX: 608) 264-9885 Email: Angela.ChaputFoy@wisconsin.gov Angela Chaput Foy Administrative Law Judge Run: September 18, 2022 WNAXLP


Cellco Partnership and its controlled affiliates doing business as Verizon Wireless (Verizon Wireless) proposes to collocate wireless communications antennas at a top height of 113.3 feet on a 114-foot building at the approx. vicinity of 400 Monroe St, Green Bay, Brown County, WI 54301. Public comments regarding potential effects from this site on historic properties may be submitted within 30 days from the date of this publication to: Camille Neitzel, c.neitzel@trileaf.com, 1821 Walden Office Square, Suite 500, Schaumburg, IL 60173, 630-227-0202. Run: Sept. 20,2022 WNAXLP


CENTRALIA CENTER ROOF TOP UNITS AND CONTROLLERS INVITATION FOR BIDS The City of Wisconsin Rapids will accept electronic bids through the online website Quest vBID for the CENTRALIA CENTER ROOF TOP UNITS AND CONTROLLERS until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, October 3, 2022. 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: Equipment to be controlled Roof Top Units 12 RTU's 1 Each RTU-1 (12.5 Ton) 3 Boilers 1 Each RTU-8 (20 Ton) 30 VAV's 2 Each RTU-1 & RTU-2 (25 ton high static drive FLD) Perimeter Heat 2 Each RTU-3 & RTU-4 (17.5 ton low static drive FLD and curb adapter FLD) 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 #8296946 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. Bidder's Proof of Responsibility must be included in the electronic bid proposal. Each electronic 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 to work to be performed. CITY OF WISCONSIN RAPIDS Joe Eichsteadt, PE City Engineer Run: September 15, 22, 2022 wnaxlp


CHAPTER 18 MUNICIPAL COURT ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A MUNICIPAL COURT FOR THE CITIES OF FOND DU LAC AND RIPON, TOWNS OF AUBURN, CALUMET, EMPIRE, FOND DU LAC, FRIENDSHIP, OAKFIELD, OSCEOLA, RIPON AND TAYCHEEDAH IN FOND DU LAC COUNTY AND WILSON IN SHEBOYGAN COUNTY, THE VILLAGES OF BRANDON, CAMPBELLSPORT, FAIRWATER, NORTH FOND DU LAC, OAKFIELD AND ST. CLOUD IN FOND DU LAC COUNTY AND THE CITY OF BERLIN IN GREEN LAKE AND WAUSHARA COUNTIES, THE CITIES OF GREEN LAKE, MARKESAN AND PRINCETON IN GREEN LAKE COUNTY SECTION I 1) Municipal Court Created Court Established: Pursuant to the authority granted by Chapter 755 of the Wisconsin Statutes, there is hereby created and established a joint municipal court to be designated Lakeside Municipal Court shall take effect and be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the municipalities that are party to the agreement and publication as required by law. 2) Municipal Judge Qualifications: The joint court shall be under the jurisdiction of and presided over by a municipal judge who resides in one of the municipalities that is a party to the agreement forming this joint court. Oath and Bond: The Judge shall, after election or appointment to fill a vacancy, take and file the official oath as prescribed in §757.02(1), Wis. Stats., and at the same time execute and file an official bond in the amount of $1,000, or an appropriate insurance policy of not less than $20,000 as prescribed in §66.0609(4), Wis. Stats. The judge shall not act until the oath and bond, or appropriate insurance policy have been filed as required by §19.01(4)(c), Wis. Stats., and the requirements of §755.03(2), Wis. Stats., have been complied with. Salary: The salary of the municipal judge shall be fixed by the Village Board of Village of North Fond du Lac which shall be in lieu of fees and costs. No salary shall be paid for any time during the term during which such Judge has not executed the official bond or appropriate insurance policy and/or official oath, as required by §755.03, Wis. Stats., and filed pursuant to §19.01(4)(c), Wis. Stats. 3) Elections Term: The municipal judge shall be elected at large in the spring election for a term of four years commencing on May 1. All candidates for the position of municipal judge shall be nominated by nomination papers as provided in §8.10, Wis. Stats., and selection at a primary election if such is held as provided in §8.11, Wis. Stats. The Fond du Lac County Clerk shall serve as filing officer for the candidates. Electors: Electors in all municipalities that are parties to the agreement shall vote for judge. 4) Jurisdiction The municipal court shall have jurisdiction over incidents occurring on or after December 1, 2022 as provided in Article VII, §14 of the Wisconsin Constitution, §755 .045 and §755.05, Wis. Stats., and as otherwise provided by State Law. In addition, it shall have exclusive jurisdiction over actions in the municipalities that are parties to the agreement seeking to impose forfeitures for violations of municipal ordinances, resolutions and by-laws. The municipal judge may issue civil warrants to enforce matters under the jurisdiction of the municipal court under §755.045(2), §66.0119, Wis. Stats. The municipal court has jurisdiction over juvenile offenders when a municipality that is party to the agreement enacts an ordinance under the authority of §938.l 7(2)(cm), Wis. Stats. Court authority to impose alternative juvenile dispositions and sanctions. (1) For a juvenile adjudged to have violated an ordinance, a court is authorized to impose any of the dispositions listed in §938.343 and §938.344, Wis. Stats., in accordance with the provisions of those statutes. (2) For a juvenile adjudged to have violated an ordinance who violates a condition of a dispositional order of the court under §938.343 or §938.344, Wis. Stats., the municipal court is authorized to impose any of the sanctions listed in §938.355(6)(d), Wis. Stats., in accordance with the provisions of those statutes. 5) Municipal Court Hours: Lakeside Municipal Court shall be open as determined by order of the Municipal Judge. Employees: The Judge shall, in writing, appoint such an Administrator, clerks, deputy clerks and assistants as are authorized by the Village Board of North Fond du Lac. Location: The Municipal Judge shall keep his/her office at a location provided by the Board of Trustees of the Village of North Fond du Lac and shall hold court at locations agreed to by members of Lakeside Municipal Court. The Municipal Judge may issue, process and perform ministerial functions any place in the State of Wisconsin. 6) Collection of Forfeitures and Costs Collection of Forfeitures and Costs: The Municipal Judge may impose punishment and sentences as provided by Wis. Stats. Chapters 800 and 938 and as provided in ordinances of the municipalities that are parties to the agreement. All forfeitures, fees, assessments, surcharges and costs shall be paid to the treasurer of the Village of North Fond du Lac in accordance with State Statute. At such time, the Municipal Court shall report to the treasurer the title, nature of offense and total amount of judgments imposed in actions and proceedings in which such monies are collected. 7) Contempt of Court Contempt of Court: The Municipal Judge, after affording an opportunity to the person accused to be heard in defense, may punish for contempt as provided in §800.12, Wis. Stats., and impose a forfeiture and/or a jail sentence in accordance with State Statute. 8) Stipulations and/or Deposits Deposits for Ordinance Violations: The Municipal Judge shall establish and submit to the City Councils or Town or Village Boards of the member municipalities for approval in accordance with §800.037, Wis. Stats., a schedule of deposits for violations of each ordinance, resolutions, and by-laws. Deposits for Traffic and Boating Violations: The deposit schedule established by the Wisconsin Judicial Conference and the procedures set forth in Chapters 23 and 345, Wis. Stats., shall apply to stipulations and deposits for violations of traffic regulations enacted in accordance with §345.11, Wis. Stats., and boating regulations enacted in accordance with §30.77, Wis. Stats. Stipulations and Deposits in Lieu of Court Appearance: Persons cited for violations of the member municipalities ordinances, resolutions or by-laws or violations of traffic or boating regulations for which a deposit has been established, shall be permitted to make a stipulation of no contest and a deposit in lieu of court appearance as provided in §800.035, Wis. Stats., §800.045, Wis. Stats., §800.09, Wis. Stats., unless personal appearance is required. 9) Abolition The Municipal Court hereby established shall not be abolished while the §755.01(4), Wis. Stats., agreement is in effect. SECTION II All ordinances or parts of ordinances contravening or inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance be and are hereby repealed. This ordinance shall take effect December 1, 2022 and be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the municipalities that are party to the agreement and publication as required by law. Effective Date. The herein Ordinance shall take effect upon enactment and publication. Enacted this 6th day of September 2022. Town of Wilson by John Ehmann, Chairman. This is to certify that the foregoing Ordinance was duly enacted by the Town Board of the Town of Wilson on the 6st day of September, 2022. Julie Wicker, Town Clerk. Published in the Sheboygan Press September 14, 2022. RUN: September 14, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Legislative Chambers 160 S Macy Street August 24, 2022 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER Roll Call Present: Tiffany Brault, Kenneth Cassaday, Keith Heisler, Patrick Mullen, Thomas Schuessler, Jane Ricchio, Brett Zimmermann CONSENT AGENDA August 10, 2022 Council Minutes, List Of Claims Dated August 17, 2022, Denial of Claim Beck, Denial of Claim - Behnke A Motion was made by Thomas Schuessler to approve the consent agenda and seconded by Keith Heisler, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann ACTION ITEMS Late Renewal of "Class A" Intoxicating Liquor and Class "A" Fermented Malt Beverage A Motion was made by Jane Ricchio to approve late renewal of "Class A" Intoxicating Liquor and Class "A" Fermented Malt Beverage License for Family Dollar Stores of WI, LLC d/b/a Family Dollar #29368 located at 528 W Johnson Street and seconded by Brett Zimmermann, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9021 A Motion was made by Tiffany Brault to approve Resolution No. 9021 Naming Authorized Representative to File Applications for Financial Assistance from State of Wisconsin Environmental Improvement Fund and seconded by Jane Ricchio, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Resolution No. 9022 A Motion was made by Keith Heisler to approve Resolution No. 9022 Declaring Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures from Proceeds of Borrowing and seconded by Tiffany Brault, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Ordinance No. 3760 A Motion was made by Keith Heisler to approve Ordinance No. 3760 Amending Chapter 69 Ambulance Service and seconded by Ken Cassaday, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann ADJOURN A Motion was made by Jane Ricchio to adjourn at 8:08 p.m. and seconded by Keith Heisler, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Brault, Cassaday, Heisler, Mullen, Ricchio, Schuessler, Zimmermann Margaret Hefter, City Clerk Run: 09/16/22 WNAXLP


CITY OF APPLETON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED SPECIAL USE PERMIT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing to be held before the City Plan Commission on Wednesday, October 12, 2022, at 3:30 P.M., in Council Chambers, 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, for the purpose of considering a Special Use Permit. Pursuant to Sections 23-66 and 23-113 of the Appleton Municipal Code, to consider a request by Athanea Hahn, applicant and owner, for property located at 2821 North Ballard Road (Tax Id #31-1-6536-00) to obtain a Special Use Permit for a restaurant with alcohol sales and consumption (FOME Food & Company). In the C-2 General Commercial District, a Special Use Permit is required for a restaurant with alcohol sales and consumption. All persons interested are invited to attend this meeting and will be given an opportunity to be heard. Feedback can also be shared with Plan Commission members via written letter, email, or phone call. Any questions regarding this matter should be directed to Jessica Titel, Principal Planner, in the Community and Economic Development Department at (920) 832-6476 or by email at jessica.titel@appleton.org. CITY PLAN COMMISSION APPLETON, WISCONSIN COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CITY HALL - 100 NORTH APPLETON STREET APPLETON, WISCONSIN 54911-4799 (920) 832-6468 Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. Run: September 27, October 4, 2022 WNAXLP


City of Appleton 100 North Appleton Street Appleton, WI 54911-4799 www.appleton.org Meeting Minutes - Final-revised Common Council Wednesday, August 17, 2022 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Woodford at 7:00 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Fenton. C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 13 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Mayor Jake Woodford Excused: 3 - Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS All departments were represented. F. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 22-1052 Common Council Meeting Minutes of August 3, 2022 Attachments: CC Minutes 8-3-22.pdf Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Thyssen, that the Minutes be approved. 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 Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim Excused: 3 -Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford G. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 22-1054 Appleton Public Arts Committee Appointment Attachments: Appleton Public Arts Committee Appointment.pdf Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Firkus, that the appointment be approved. 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 Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim Excused: 3 - Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford H. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION The following spoke regarding Item 22-1036 Resolution 9-R-22 Sustainability: Kathleen Gribble, 318 E Mitchell Ave Terry Dawson, 1131 S Oneida St Elizabeth Stevens, 401 E Wentworth Ln Ronna Swift, 230 W Seymour St - also read a prepared statement on behalf of Cathy Thompson I. PUBLIC HEARINGS J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY 22-0954 R/B-Request from Michael Rumans, 725 W. Packard Street, for a variance to Municipal Code Section 19-91 (f) for a driveway widened more than 4 feet into the front yard. Attachments: 725 W Packard St-variance.pdf This Item was referred to the Municipal Services Committee by Alderperson Siebers, due back on 8/22/2022. 22-1036 Resolution #9-R-22 Sustainability Attachments: #9-R-22 Sustainability Panel Resolution.pdf Alderperson Firkus moved, seconded by Alderperson Jones, that the Resolution be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim and Alderperson Nate Wolff Nay: 1 - Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim Excused: 3 - Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-1000 Request to approve Special Use Permit #8-22 for a car wash use located at 1000 W. Northland Avenue (Tax Id #31-5-9494-06), as shown on the attached materials and per attached plan of operation, to run with the land subject to the conditions in the attached staff report and approve attached Resolution (2/3 vote of Common Council required for approval) Attachments: StaffReport_Zips Car Wash_SUP_For08-10-22.pdf Ron & Cindy Dercks Email 8-8-22.pdf Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Fenton, that the Special Use Permit be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 8 - Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim and Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim Nay: 4 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Alex Schultz and Alderperson Nate Wolff Excused: 3 - Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford L. COMMITTEE REPORTS Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Hartzheim moved, Alderperson Meltzer seconded, to approve the balance of the agenda. The 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 Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim Excused: 3 - Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 22-1033 Approve Contract Amendment / Change Order No. 1 to Olde Oneida Street Bridge over the power canal Design Services Contract with the WI Department of Transportation for additional environmental requirements related to geotechnical sampling in the amount of $20,000.00 resulting in no change to contract contingency. Overall contract increases from $87,673.00 to $107,673.00. Attachments: Olde Oneida St Bridge.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 22-1001 Request to approve Certified Survey Map #23-22, which crosses a plat boundary, to eliminate a parcel located on E. John Street (Tax Id #31-4-5269-00) and attach its land area to 2 parcels, 1730 S. Matthias Street (Tax Id #31-4-4699-00) and 2616 E. John Street (Tax Id #31-4-5268-00) as shown on the attached map and subject to the conditions in the attached staff report Attachments: StaffReport_JohnStMatthiasSt_CrossingPlatBoundary_For08-10-22.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1002 Request to approve Resolution #2022-06 to update the land use applications fee schedule for the Community and Economic Development Department as described in the attached documents Attachments: Land Use Application Fees Memo to PC_8-10-22.pdf Land Use Apps Fee Study_Proposed Fees For 2023.pdf Resolution #2022-06_Land Use Application Fees 2023.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 22-1022 Action: Award the 2022 Lutz Park Shoreline Development and Trail Design Project Contract to AECOM in the Amount of $50,000 Attachments: Lutz Park Shoreline Development and Trail Design Project Memo.docx This Report Action Item was approved. 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 22-1012 Request to Approve the Permanent Sanitary Sewer Easement and Temporary Construction Easement Agreement with the Chris J. Hartwig Revocable Trust Attachments: 0115 - Finance Committee - Hartwig Easement Memo 08-01-2022 (Final).pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1013 Request to Approve Change Order #3 to Sabel Mechanical contract as part of the 2021 Secondary Clarifier Drive Removal, Rebuild, and Reinstallation Project totaling $27,174 resulting in a decrease in contingency from $88,421 to $61,227 Attachments: 220725_UC Memo SecondaryClariferDrive_Sabel_Change Orders No3.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1014 RIVERSIDE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION submitting a request for payment for maintenance of Veteran's graves Attachments: Riverside Cemetery - 2022 Veteran Grave Care Reimbursement.pdf Riverside Cemetery - Military Report 07-06-2022 - by death date.xlsx Riverside Cemetery - Veterans July 2021 to June 2022.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1028 Request to Approve Contract Amendment / Change Order No. 1 to contract 44-22, Unit Z-22 Sewer and Water Reconstruction No. 3 for addition of Oneida Street sanitary sewer relay to serve new Urbane 115 development in the amount of $42,805 resulting in no change to contract contingency. Overall contract increases from $1,483,695 to $1,526,500. Attachments: Unit Z-22 Change Order No. 1.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 22-1006 Award Engineering Contract to McMahon Associates for the Water Treatment Facility Optimized Corrosion Control Treatment (OCCT) Phosphoric Acid System Design in the amount of $35,200 with a contingency of $5,280. Attachments: OCCT Project 08-01-22.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 8. MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 9. MINUTES OF THE FOX CITIES TRANSIT COMMISSION 10. MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 22-1030 Request to Approve Weights and Measures Fee Schedule. Attachments: FEE PROPOSALS 2023.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. M. CONSOLIDATED ACTION ITEMS N. ITEMS HELD O. ORDINANCES 22-1053 Ordinances #53-22 & #54-22 Attachments: Ordinances to Council 8-17-22.pdf Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Firkus, that the Ordinances be approved. 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 Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim Excused: 3 - Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran 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. ADJOURN Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Fenton, that the meeting be adjourned at 7:41 p.m. 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 Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Vaya Jones, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim Excused: 3 - Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Kami Lynch, City Clerk RUN:September 12, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF APPLETON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM (CDBG) NOTICE OF FOURTH SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2020 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held at a regularly scheduled Community and Economic Development Committee meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers on the Sixth Floor of Appleton City Hall, 100 N. Appleton Street, Appleton, WI. The primary function of this hearing is to obtain citizen views on the proposed 2020 Annual Action Plan substantial amendment (fourth version), awarding $287,607 of CDBG CARES Act funding to community partner organizations. The CDBG-CV funding has been allocated to activities that prevent, prepare for, or respond to COVID-19. For more information on Appleton's CDBG Program, please visit the web site at https://www.appleton.org/government/community-and-economic-development/grants-administration, or for questions about project/program eligibility, contact Nikki Gerhard at 920-832-6469 or email at nikki.gerhard@appleton.org. Run: September 6, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF APPLETON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM (CDBG) NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABLE AND COMMUNITY NEEDS PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held at a regularly scheduled Community and Economic Development Committee meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers on the Sixth Floor of Appleton City Hall, 100 N. Appleton Street, Appleton, WI. The primary function of this hearing is to obtain citizen views on priority community needs and the use of the City's CDBG funds for the 2023 program year. The federal CDBG Program aims to develop viable urban communities through provision of decent housing, suitable living environments and economic opportunities, namely for low- and moderate-income persons. For more information on Appleton's CDBG Program, please visit the web site at https://www.appleton.org/government/community-and-economicdevelopment/grants-administration, or for questions about project/program eligibility, contact Nikki Gerhard at 920-832-6469 or email at nikki.gerhard@appleton.org. Run: September 6, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF APPLETON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM (CDBG) NOTICE OF FUNDING PROGRESS FOR 2020 CDBG CARES ACT AWARDS PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held at a regularly scheduled Community and Economic Development Committee meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers on the Sixth Floor of Appleton City Hall, 100 N. Appleton Street, Appleton, WI. The primary function of this hearing is to obtain citizen views on the progress of CDBG CARES Act funding to community partner organizations. The CDBG-CV I, II, and III funding has been allocated to activities that prevent, prepare for, or respond to COVID-19. For more information on Appleton's CDBG Program, please visit the web site at https://www.appleton.org/government/community-and-economicdevelopment/grants-administration, or for questions about project/program eligibility, contact Nikki Gerhard at 920-832-6469 or email at nikki.gerhard@appleton.org. Run: September 6, 2022 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, September 7, 2022 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Woodford at 7:00 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Del Toro. C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt, Alderperson Chad Doran and Mayor Jake Woodford Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS All departments were represented. F. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 22-1103 Common Council Meeting Minutes of August 17, 2022 Attachments: CC Minutes 8-17-22.pdf Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Alfheim, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 13 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Christopher Croatt Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones Abstained: 2 - Alderperson Chad Doran and Mayor Jake Woodford G. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 22-1124 Proclamations - Childhood Cancer Awareness Month - Hispanic Heritage Month - Rail Safety Week - Senior Center Month Attachments: Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Proclamation.pdf Hispanic Heritage Month Proclamation.pdf Rail Safety Week Proclamation.pdf Senior Center Month Proclamation.pdf H. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION The following spoke regarding Item 22-1078 Street Terrace Policy: Bridget Allman, 329 E. Summer Street Rollie Ritchie, 1334 S. Memorial Drive Jennifer Stephany, Executive Director of Appleton Downtown Inc, spoke regarding Items 22-1061 Downtown Appleton BID 2023 Operating Plan & 22-1081 Request to install LED light strands on College Avenue. I. PUBLIC HEARINGS J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY 22-1078 Approve modifications to the City of Appleton Street Terrace Policy. Attachments: Street Terrace Policy Update.pdf Resolution 7-R-22-Street Terrace Policy (1).pdf The Item was referred to the Municipal Services Committee by Alderperson Doran, due back on 9/12/2022. 22-1081 Request from Appleton Downtown Inc. for a street occupancy peration, 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: Light request letter.pdf Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Croatt, that the Street Occupancy Permit be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:14 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-1058 Request to approve Special Use Permit #9-22 to remove an existing car wash and construct a new car wash use located at 1920 E. Longview Drive (Tax Id #31-1-6550-08), as shown on the attached materials and per attached plan of operation, to run with the land subject to the conditions in the attached staff report and approve attached Resolution (2/3 vote of Common Council required for approval) Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Hartzheim, 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 Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-1083 Request to award the ARPA Grant Administration contract to Booth Management Consulting, LLC for a project total not to exceed $150,000 Alderperson Van Zeeland moved, seconded by Alderperson Wolff, that the Contract be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff and Alderperson Christopher Croatt Nay: 3 -Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-1100 Request to approve the allocation of excess General Fund balance at December 31, 2021 and the following related 2022 Budget amendments: General Fund Transfer Out - IT Capital Projects Fund +$ 550,000 Public Works Department +$150,000 General Administration +$ 50,000 Public Works and Park & Recreation Department +$ 150,000 General Fund Balance - Reserve for Contingencies +$ 275,000 General Fund Balance - $1,175,000 IT Capital Projects Fund Transfer In - General Fund +$ 550,000 Machinery & Equipment +$ 550,000 to allocate excess general fund balance at 12/31/21 per City Fund Balance Policy (2/3 vote of Council required) Alderperson Meltzer moved, seconded by Alderperson Wolff, that the allocation of the excess General Fund balance be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 22-1077 Request from Ryan Morse, 828 N. Badger Avenue, to waive the administrative fee for high weeds. Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Hartzheim, that the Committee recommendation to deny the request be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye:12 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Nay: 2 - Alderperson Vered Meltzer and Alderperson Alex Schultz Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford L. COMMITTEE REPORTS Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Fenton moved, Alderperson Thyssen seconded, to approve the balance of the agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 22-1076 Approve Six Month Trial Period to Remove the Existing Two-Hour Parking Restriction (7 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Sat/Sun/Hol) on both sides of Arnold Street (from Lawe Street to Meade Street). This Report Action Item was approved. 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 22-0984 Secondhand Article License application for Left Behind LLC, Michael Day, Applicant, located at 205 W Wisconsin Ave. This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1063 Class "B" Beer and "Class C" Wine License application for All Tied Up Floral Cafe LLC d/b/a All Tied Up Floral Cafe, Aaron Phillipson, Agent, located at 324 E College Ave, contingent upon approval from the Inspections department. This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1114 Class "A" Beer and "Class A" Liquor Change of Agent application for Ultimate Mart LLC d/b/a Pick N Save #8123, Andrew Rosenberg, New Agent, located at 2700 N Ballard Rd. 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 22-1061 **CRITICAL TIMING** Annual review and request to approve the Downtown Appleton Business Improvement District (BID) 2023 Operating Plan This Report Action Item was approved. 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 22-1067 Request to reject bids from Cardinal Construction Co, Inc and Frank O Zeise Construction Co, Inc for the 2022 Telulah Pavilion Renovation Project This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1068 Request to reject bid from Cardinal Construction, Inc in the amount of $631,600 for the Appleton Wastewater Treatment Plant F1-Building Remodeling Project This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1069 Request to reject bids from Otis Elevator Company and Frank O Zeise Construction Co, Inc for the 2022 Appleton Red Ramp Elevator Upgrades Project This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1070 Request to reject bid from the Wilson Group, Inc in the amount of $173,086 for the Appleton Wastewater Treatment Plant 2022 Asbestos Remediation Project This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1073 Request to approve the Wastewater Treatment Plant's F-1 Building Remodeling Project Engineering Services Amendment #1 increasing the McMahon's total contract amount by $20,000 from $24,500 to $44,500 This Report Action Item was approved 22-1082 Request to reject bids from B & P Mechanical, Inc, Great Lakes Mechanical, Inc, Rohde Brothers, Inc, August Winter and Sons, Inc and Belonger Corporation, Inc for the 2022 Appleton Wastewater Treatment Plant H & J Buildings HVAC Upgrades Project This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1123 Request to approve the following 2022 Budget amendment: General Fund - Fire Federal Grant +$192,088 Overtime Wages +$142,984 Training/Conferences +$ 49,104 to record the acceptance of the Assistance to Firefighters Grant for the paramedic training program (2/3 vote of Council required) This Report Action Item was approved. 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 22-1004 Adopt the City of Appleton Stormwater Quality Management Plan, prepared by Brown and Caldwell, dated March 2022. This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1005 Approve updates to Municipal Code Chapter 4, Article V, Plumbing This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1020 Award contract to Fiberglass Solutions Inc. for Hypochlorite Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Tank Relining Services in the amount of $45,824 plus a 10% contingency of $4,582 for a total not to exceed of $50,406. This Report Action Item was approved. 22-1027 Approve Sole Source Compost Screening Contractor Services contract to Vandenberg Transportation LLC for a three-year term ending December 31, 2024 in the amount not to exceed $82,100. This Report Action Item was approved. 8. MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 9. MINUTES OF THE FOX CITIES TRANSIT COMMISSION 10. MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH M. CONSOLIDATED ACTION ITEMS N. ITEMS HELD O. ORDINANCES 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. ADJOURN Alderperson Hartzheim moved, seconded by Alderperson Meltzer, that the meeting be adjourned at 7:48 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Israel Del Toro, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Joss Thyssen, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Kristin Alfheim, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Sheri Hartzheim, Alderperson Christopher Croatt and Alderperson Chad Doran Excused: 1 - Alderperson Vaya Jones Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: September 26, 2022 wnaxlp


CITY OF APPLETON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TEXT AMENDMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing to be held before the Common Council on Wednesday, October 19, 2022, at 7:00 P.M. in Council Chambers, 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, for the purpose of considering a Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment request. Pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 66.1001 and the City of Appleton Comprehensive Plan 2010-2030, Comprehensive Plan Text Amendments have been initiated by the City of Appleton Community and Economic Development Department, in the matter of the City Plan Commission to review the recommended text amendments to Chapter 14: Downtown Plan, Section 4: Downtown Development Concept, Opportunity Site #7 Soldier's Square/YMCA Parking Ramp, Pages 314, 318 and 319. A copy of the proposed text amendment to the Comprehensive Plan 2010-2030 is available in the Appleton Community and Economic Development Department or the Office of the City Clerk from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. All persons interested are invited to attend this meeting and will be given an opportunity to be heard. Feedback can also be shared with Common Council members via written letter, email, or phone call. Any questions regarding this matter should be directed to Karen Harkness, Director of the Community and Economic Development Department at 920-832-6468 or by email at karen.harkness@appleton.org. KAMI LYNCH CITY CLERK Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. RUN: September 19, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF KEWAUNEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF KEWAUNEE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS SEPTEMBER 21, 2022 6:00 P.M. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Kewaunee Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at the Kewaunee Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee, WI 54216, to take public comments regarding an Application by Gary Federwitz, property owner, requesting approval of a Variance to permit the construction of a residential addition to an existing residence at 8 feet from the side lot line, wherein the requirement in the R-1 Residential District is 10 feet. This proposal is for property located at 1403 Center Street, Parcel Number 241-00080-0040. This public hearing is being held pursuant to the requirements and standards of Secs. 94-256 and 94-257 of the City of Kewaunee Municipal Code. Copies of the Application and all supporting materials are available for review and may be obtained from the City Clerk at the Kewaunee Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee WI 54216 during normal business hours. The public is invited to attend the public hearing and to provide input. Following the Public Hearing and while in regular session, the Board of Zoning Appeals may take action on this issue. Dated this 31st day of August 2022. Jo Ann Lesser, CMC, WCMC City Clerk Run: September 7, 14, 2022 wnaxlp


CITY OF KEWAUNEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF KEWAUNEE PLAN COMMISSION SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 6:30 P.M. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Kewaunee Plan Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, September 22, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. at the Kewaunee Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee, WI 54216, to take public comments regarding an Application by Troy Webb and Brett Webb, property owners, requesting approval of a Conditional Use Permit (in conjunction with a Rezoning) to permit the operation of a "live-work" residential/business combination involving artwork creation and sales from the southern 3.239-acre portion of the existing parcel, which the applicants propose to divide from the main parcel by separate approval. This proposal is for property located at 109 Duvall Street, Parcel Number 241-00350-0220. This public hearing is being held pursuant to the requirements and standards of Sec. 94-71 of the City of Kewaunee Municipal Code. Copies of the Application and all supporting materials are available for review and may be obtained from the City Clerk at the Kewaunee Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee WI 54216 during normal business hours. The public is invited to attend the public hearing and to provide input. Following the Public Hearing and while in regular session, the Plan Commission may take action on this issue. Dated this 1st day of September 2022. Jo Ann Lesser, CMC, WCMC City Clerk Run: September 8, 15, 2022 wnaxlp


CITY OF KEWAUNEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF KEWAUNEE PLAN COMMISSION SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 6:30 P.M. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Kewaunee Plan Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, September 22, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. at the Kewaunee Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee, WI 54216, to take public comments regarding an Application by Troy Webb and Brett Webb, property owners, to request approval of an Ordinance to amend the Zoning Map to rezone a portion of an existing parcel of land from I-3 Business Park District to B-1 Local Business District (a total of 3.239 acres) on a property located at 109 Duvall Street, Parcel Number 241-00350-0220. Said portion of the parcel is proposed to be divided from the main parcel by separate approval. This public hearing is being held pursuant to the requirements of § 62.23(7)(d)2. of the Wisconsin Statutes and Sec. 94-313 of the City of Kewaunee Municipal Code. Copies of the Application and all supporting materials are available for review and may be obtained from the City Clerk at the Kewaunee Municipal Building, 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee, WI 54216 during normal business hours. The public is invited to attend the public hearing and to provide input. The proposed amendment is subject to revisions following public hearing and the further consideration by the Plan Commission and the City of Kewaunee Common Council. Dated this 1st day of September 2022. Jo Ann Lesser, CMC, WCMC City Clerk Run: September 8, 15, 2022 wnaxlp


City of Manitowoc Meeting Minutes Common Council Tuesday, September 6, 2022 5:30 PM Council Chambers Note: This meeting will also be held via remote conferencing software (Zoom) Special Meeting A. CALL TO ORDER B. ROLL CALL Alderpersons Present: 10 - Jim Brey, Eric Sitkiewitz, Steven Czekala, Bill Schlei, Brett Vanderkin, Chad Beeman, Michael Cummings, Tim Boldt, Todd Reckelberg and Darian Kaderabek C. COMMITTEE REPORTS 1. Finance Committee 22 0725 Procurement Policy for Expenditure of Federal Funds Moved by Brey, seconded by Sitkiewitz, that this Policy be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 22 0726 ARPA Agreement with Manitowoc County Moved by Brey, seconded by Sitkiewitz, to enter into the agreement. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek 2. Public Infrastructure Committee 22 0727 Municipal Water Agreements with Various Property Owners Moved by Cummings, seconded by Brey, to enter into the agreements. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek D. OTHER BUSINESS E. ADJOURN Moved by Czekala, seconded by Sitkiewitz, that this meeting be adjourned at 5:33 p.m. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:10 - Brey, Sitkiewitz, Czekala, Schlei, Vanderkin, Beeman, Cummings, Boldt, Reckelberg and Kaderabek Mackenzie Reed Kadow City Clerk Run: Se[tember 9, 2022 wnaxlp


CITY OF MENASHA COMMON COUNCIL 100 MAIN STREET SEPTEMBER 6, 2022 A. CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order by Mayor Merkes at 6:10 p.m. B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE C. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Ald. Tom Grade, Ted Grade, Ropella, Nichols, Eisenach, Sevenich, Hammond, Schmidt ALSO PRESENT: PC Styka, FC Kloehn, CDD Schroeder, DPW Jungwirth, FD Sassman, PRD Sackett, HRC Cardoza, Interim Attorney Walsh, Mayor Merkes, Clerk Krautkramer D. PUBLIC HEARING E. REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OFFICERS/DEPARTMENT HEADS/STAFF/CONSULTANTS 1. Mike Peters, President | WPPI Energy - 2021 WPPI Energy Annual Report 2. Clerk Krautkramer - the following minutes and communications have been received and placed on file: Minutes to receive: a. Administration Committee, 8/15/22 b. Board of Health, 7/8/22 c. Board of Public Works (Special), 8/15/22 d. Committee on Aging, 7/8/22 e. Housing Authority, 8/22/22 f. IT Steering Committee, 8/30/22 g. Library Board, 7/26/22 & 8/8/22 h. Neenah-Menasha Sewerage Commission, 7/26/22 i. NMFR Joint Finance & Personnel Committee, 8/23/22 Communications: j. Tayco Street Neighborhood Concerns Resident Tom Miller k. COVID-19 Update l. Harrison Sanitary Connection Fee m. Fox Cities Housing Forum n. 2023 Budget Timeline o. Quarterly Stormwater Flyer M/S/C: Sevenich/Ted Grade to approve minutes and communications a-o. F. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER OF CONCERN TO THE CITY Kyle Coenen, 705 1st Street, Menasha; commented on O-9-22 An Ordinance Creating Title 2, Chapter 4, Sec. 2-4-16 of the Code of Ordinances (Sustainability Committee) (Administration Committee Held Over Business item 1). Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha; commented on the WPPI Presentation - 2021 WPPI Energy Annual Report, hydroelectric energy, Tayco Street Neighborhood Concerns Resident Tom Miller (communication j.), Alliance Industries waste, code enforcement, Appointment of City Attorney (Action Item 4.), O-18-22 An Ordinance Amending Relating to the Undesignated Fund Balance of the General Fund (Administration Committee Action Item 2), and O-9-22 An Ordinance Creating Title 2, Chapter 4, Sec. 2-4-16 of the Code of Ordinances (Sustainability Committee) (Administration Committee Held Over Business Item 1). Tim Jacobson, 732 Paris Street, Menasha; commented on the Harrison Sanitary Connection Fee (communication l.), Sewage Plant, crossing on Racine Street by Menasha High School, and the retirement of Police Chief Styka. G. CONSENT AGENDA Minutes to approve: 1. Common Council, 8/15/22 Board of Public Works, 8/15/22, Recommends Approval of: 2. Street Use Application for the Community First Fox Cities Marathon to be held on Sunday, September 18, 2022 from 7:00am-2:00pm 3. Change Order for Northeast Asphalt, Inc; Contract Unit No. 2021-10, an ADD in the amount of $1,942.00 (Change Order 3 & Final) 4. Payment to Northeast Asphalt, Inc; Contract Unit No. 2021-10 for Street Construction & Rehabilitation in various locations in the amount of $19,479.00 (Payment No. 8 & Final) 5. Payment to Northeast Asphalt, Inc; Contract Unit No. 2022-03 for Street Construction & Rehabilitation in various locations in the amount of $192,878.34 (Payment No. 1) NMFR Joint Finance & Personnel Committee, 8/23/22, Recommends Approval of: 6. Approve spending $35,195.35 to repair Engine 32 with funding to come from the department's maintenance of motor vehicle operating budget 7. Approve the 2023 Cost Contribution Formula with the City of Neenah's weighted share at 60.34% and the City of Menasha's weighted share at 39.66% M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Ted Grade to approve Consent Agenda items 1-7. H. ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA I. ACTION ITEMS 1. Accounts payable and payroll for the term of 8/12/22 9/1/22 in the amount of $3,257,441.96 M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Schmidt to approve. 2. Liquor License for El Kioskito LLC, 714 Appleton Rd. C, Menasha for the term of September 7, 2022 July 1, 2023 M/S/CRC6-1: Nichols/Ropella to approve. Ted Grade voted no. Eisenach abstained. Eisenach requested to abstain as she currently holds a liquor license in the City of Menasha. 3. City of Menasha CDBG-RLF Housing Rehabilitation Program Proposal M/S/CRC8-0: Hammond/Schmidt to accept City of Menasha CDBG-RLF Housing Rehabilitation Program Proposal. 4. Appointment of City Attorney M/S/CRC8-0: Ted Grade/Nichols to appoint Margaret J. Struve to the position of City Attorney effective immediately. J. HELD OVER BUSINESS K. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 1. R-32-22 A Resolution in Recognition of Curt Witynski and Gail Sumi from the League of Wisconsin Municipalities (Introduced by Mayor Merkes) M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Tom Grade to approve. L. APPOINTMENTS M. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY N. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha; commented on the Interim City Attorney's efforts and the hiring process for the City Attorney. O. ACTION ITEM 1. Adjourn into Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute §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 (Concerning the Intermunicipal Agreement between the City of Menasha and the Village of Fox Crossing) M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Schmidt to adjourn into closed session at 7:45 p.m. pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute §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 (Concerning the Intermunicipal Agreement between the City of Menasha and the Village of Fox Crossing) and will reconvene into open session to take action on items that may be pending. 2. Will reconvene into Open Session to take action on items that may be pending M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Tom Grade to reconvene into open session at 8:00 p.m. P. ADJOURNMENT M/S/C: Sevenich/Nichols to adjourn at 8:04 p.m. Haley Krautkramer, City Clerk Complete minutes available in Clerk's office and on city website RUN: September 23, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA COMMON COUNCIL AUGUST 15, 2022 MINUTES A.CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order by Mayor Merkes at 6:05 p.m. B.PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE C.ROLL CALL PRESENT: Ald. Schmidt, Ropella, Nichols, Eisenach, Sevenich, Hammond ABSENT: Ald. Tom Grade, Ted Grade ALSO PRESENT: PC Skyka, FC Kloehn, DPW Jungwirth, FD Sassman, HD Hutter, LD Kopetsky, Interim Attorney Walsh, Mayor Merkes, Clerk Krautkramer D.PUBLIC HEARING E.REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OFFICERS/DEPARTMENT HEADS/STAFF/CONSULTANTS 1.Clerk Krautkramer - the following minutes and communications have been received and placed on file: Minutes to receive: a.Administration Committee, 7/18/22 b.Board of Public Works, 7/18/22 c.Parks and Recreation Board, 7/12/22 d.Plan Commission, 8/2/22 e.Redevelopment Authority, 8/2/22 f.Sustainability Board, 7/28/22 g.Water and Light Commission, 7/27/22 Communications: h.COVID-19 Update i.Appointment of Acting Health Officer j.Election Results August 9, 2022 Partisan Primary k.Retirement of Police Chief Styka M/S/C: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve minutes and communications a-k. F.PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER OF CONCERN TO THE CITY Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha; commented on ARPA funds usage, accounts payable and payroll items, the opportunity for public comment on Administration Committee, O-9-22 (Administration Committee Action Item 2.), Parks and Recreation Board Minutes (minutes c.), and Code Enforcement. G.CONSENT AGENDA Minutes to approve: 1.Common Council, 8/1/22 Board of Public Works, 8/15/22, Recommends Approval of: 2.Street Use Application Labor Day Parade; Monday, September 5, 2022; 10:00am-11:00am; Fox Valley Area Labor Council Plan Commission, 8/2/22, Recommends Approval of: 3.Certified Survey Map - Lot Reconfiguration 2973 to 2985 Georgetown Place (Parcels #7-01700-51, 7-01700-50, 7-01700-49, 7-01700-48) Moved by Sevenich to vote on each item separately. Mayor Merkes ruled the motion germane. H.ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA 1.M/S/C: Sevenich/Ropella to approve Consent Agenda item 1, Common Council, 8/1/22. Nichols stated that a correction should be made to the minutes to note her absence. 2.M/S/C: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve Consent Agenda item 2. 3.M/S/CRC6-0: Schmidt/Ropella to approve Consent Agenda item 3. I.ACTION ITEMS 1.Accounts payable and payroll for the term of 7/29/22-8/11/22 in the amount of $4,425,907.40 M/S/CRC6-0: Nichols/Ropella to approve. 2.Beverage Operators Application for the 2021-2023 Licensing Period Ronald Gordon commented on his prior convictions. M/S/CRC5-0: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve the Beverage Operators License for Ronald Gordon. Eisenach requested to abstain as a current a liquor license holder in the City of Menasha. J.HELD OVER BUSINESS K.ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS L.APPOINTMENTS 1.Mayor's Appointment Eli Wickman to the Parks and Recreation Board for the term of 8/15/22 - 10/1/24 M/S/C: Sevenich/Schmidt to approve. 2.Mayor's Appointment of Anne Anderson to the Committee on Aging for the term of 8/15/22-2/1/25 M/S/C: Nichols/Schmidt to approve. M.CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY N.PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha; commented on the various accounts payable and payroll items and Mayoral appointments. Eli Wickman, 700 10th Street, Menasha; commented on his appointment to the Parks and Recreation Board and Mayoral appointments. O.ADJOURNMENT M/S/C: Schmidt/Ropella to adjourn at 6:32 p.m. Haley Krautkramer, City Clerk Complete minutes available in Clerk's office and on city website. Run: Sept. 12; wnaxlp


CITY OF OSHKOSH PAYMENT PLAN - CONTRACTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the contract mentioned below is certified by the City of Oshkosh for the following improvements: CONTRACT NO 21-03 CONCRETE PAVEMENT, ASPHALT PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK (NEW & REHABILITATION), DRIVEWAY APRONS, SANITARY SEWER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), WATER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), & STORM SEWER MAINS & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY): Oregon Street from West 28th Avenue to 200' South of West Waukau Avenue Fond Du Lac Road from 200' north of Stoney Beach Road to 200' south of Waukau Avenue Waukau Avenue from 200' West of Fond du Lac Road to Lake Winnebago & 200' east & 200' west of Oregon Street Included with this notice, is the amount of the Special Assessment against your property or properties. A statement of the same is on file in the office of the Finance Department. At this time the City needs to know the payment choice for your assessment, PAYMENT CANNOT BE ACCEPTED AT THIS TIME. NOTE: THE PROPERTY OWNER MUST MAKE PAYMENT CHOICE TO THE CITY FINANCE DEPARTMENT BY OCTOBER 2, 2022. Per section 21-07 (A) of the Oshkosh Municipal Code Book the property owner shall be deemed to accept the following if the payment plan sheet is not returned to the City Finance Department by the date deadline. Payment choice of the assessment may be made in one of the following manners: PAYMENT IN FULL The enclosed colored form must be signed by the property owner and returned to the City Finance office by OCTOBER 2, 2022. The City of Oshkosh will then send the property owner a city certificate (bill / invoice), payment must be paid in full by November 1, 2022. If after making this selection, the property owner fails to make payment in full to the City Treasurer, the balance will be placed on the next property tax bill (tax bill that will be mailed December 2022). FIVE ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed colored form and returning it to the City Finance Office by OCTOBER 2, 2022. The amount of the assessment will be placed on the property tax bill with interest at 4% of the unpaid balance per year over the five (5) year period. The annual assessment payment and interest will be included in the total tax bill payment. The assessment balance may be paid in full at any time during the five year period, with interest prorated to the month of payment. TEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed colored form and returning it to the City Finance Office by OCTOBER 2, 2022. The amount of the assessment will be placed on the property tax bill with interest at 4% of the unpaid balance per year over the ten (10) year period. The annual assessment payment and interest will be included in the total tax bill payment. The assessment balance may be paid in full at any time during the ten year period, with interest prorated to the month of payment. Property owner shall be deemed to accept this plan unless he / she filed the payment plan with the City Finance Office. FIFTEEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Finance Office by OCTOBER 2, 2022. The amount of the assessment will be placed on the property tax bill with interest at 4% of the unpaid balance per year over the fifteen- (15) year period. The annual assessment payment and interest will be included in the total tax mbill payment. The assessment balance may be paid in full at any time during the fifteen-year period, with interest pro-rated to the month of payment. CITY OF OSHKOSH JENNIFER MESSERSCHMIDT ASSISTANT FINANCE DIRECTOR RUN: 09/04/22


City of Schofield NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO THE CODE OF THE CITY OF SCHOFIELD CHAPTER 49 STREETS WHERE PARKING, STOPPING PROHIBITATED-GRACE STREET Please take notice that the City of Schofield has amended the code of ordinance on September 13, 2022 with respect to "streets where stopping prohibited-Grace Street." The intent of this ordinance is to amend section 49-182 No person shall park, stop or leave standing any vehicle on the following streets: Grace Street, both sides, from the intersection of Grand Avenue with Grace Street thence running westerly 70 300 feet. 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: September 28, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF SCHOFIELD NOTICE OF JOINT REVIEW BOARD MEETING CONCERNING AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO TAX INCREMENT DISTRICT (TID) NO. 2 Please take note that on Thursday, September 29, 2022, at 2:00 pm, the Schofield Joint Review Board (JRB) will be holding its final meeting concerning the City of Schofield's request to amend TID No. 2. The meeting will be held at Schofield City Hall, 200 Park Street, Schofield, WI. The purpose of the TID No. 2 amendment is to allow TID No. 2 to transfer approximately $800,000 of surplus funds to TID No. 4. The purpose of the final JRB meeting is for the Board to review the TID amendment and consider approval of the Common Council's resolution amending the TID. Vierbicher is assisting the City with the TID amendment. If you have any questions concerning the proposed amendment, please contact Kurt Muchow at Vierbicher at (608) 402-6378. All interested parties are invited to attend the meeting. Run: September 22, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF SHEBOYGAN INVITATION TO BID BID 2026-22 Razing of Commercial Structures Sealed bids will be received by the City of Sheboygan, in the office of the Purchasing Agent, submitted electronically to bernard.rammer@sheboyganwi.gov until 1:00 P.M., Local Time, Wednesday September 21, 2022 for the razing, disposal and restoration of the commercial property(s) located at: 511 Commerce Street, Sheboygan WI 517 Commerce Street, Sheboygan WI 517-A Commerce Street Sheboygan, WI No bid bond or performance bond is required in performing this work. Detailed specifications may be obtained at no cost by contacting the Purchasing Agent at (920)459-3469 or via email at Bernard.rammer@sheboyganwi.gov Bids shall be submitted on the bid forms provided in the bid documents. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the scheduled opening of bids without the consent of the City of Sheboygan. Bids are to be emailed to Bernard.rammer@sheboyganwi.gov by the time/date listed. The City of Sheboygan is exempt from Federal Excise and State Sales Tax. The City of Sheboygan reserves the right to reject any or all bids, cancel this solicitation in whole or in part, waive informalities in the bidding process, or to accept any bid considered most advantageous to the City of Sheboygan. CITY OF SHEBOYGAN Bernard Rammer Purchasing Agent RUN: 9/6/22, 9/13/22 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, August 15, 2022 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Council President Wachowski at 6:00 PM. Roll Call by City Clerk Councilmembers present: Jeff Dahlke, Bill LeClair, Darla LeClair, Tim Petri, Jason Ring, Bonnie Shimulunas, Scott Stechmesser, Adam Wachowski, Tracey Koach. Motion to allow remote participation by Councilmember D. LeClair. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by Koach, Seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Resolution regarding Domalice Sister City Commitee, City Acceptance of "Friendship Table" Sculpture by Czech Artist and Placement at City Park. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, Seconded by Koach. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Council President Wachowski opened the public hearing and made the first call for public input regarding Possible Ordinance Amendment to Allow Operation of ATV's and UTV's on Streets Highways Within the City. Council President Wachowski closed the 1st call for input. Council President Wachowski made a 2nd call for public input and there was no one wishing to comment. The 2nd call for public input was closed. Council President Wachowski made a 3rd call for public input. Council President Wachowski closed the 3rd and final call for input. Motion by Dahlke, seconded by Petri to authorize ATV and UTV use in the City with a two year trial period with the opportunity to change city ordinances on ATV and UTV usage on roadways after year one. No one will be permitted to get a permit if they do not own an ATV or UTV before this date, August 15, 2022. The Police Department shall come up with ordinances governing the usage as voted on by the Council to include revocation of the license permanently with some violations, such as drinking and driving. The time of usage shall be 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. The City is to place signs at every entrance to the City with half of the cost raised by citizens and the other half paid by the City. Discussion took place. Motion by Dahlke, Seconded by Petri amended to remove the requirement that an ATV or UTV must be owned before August 15, 2022 in order to be permitted to operate in the City. Motion failed, 3 to 6, upon a roll call vote. Voting Yea: Dahlke, Petri, Wachowski. Voting Nay: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser. CONSENT AGENDA: Presentation of Minutes: City Council Meeting August 1, 2022. Motion to waive reading and adopt the minutes. Minutes of Meetings: Lester Public Library, July 12, 2022; Plan Commission, August 8, 2022; Architectural Control Committee, July 27, 2022; Environmental Advisory Board, July 19, 2022. Motion to receive and file. Department Reports, July 2022: City Clerk, Community Development, Electric, Fire, Inspections, Library, Police, Public Works, Safety, Water. Motion to receive and file. Applications and Petitions; Application for New Combination Class "B" Beer/"Class B" Liquor License Application to be effective from date of closing to June 30, 2023 for Choppers Tap, LLC, 1822 Adams Street - Aaron Bernas, Agent (Property is currently licensed to Donna Prausa, dba Dick's Wonder Bar). Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license upon closing of property sale. Application for Operator License - Recommended for Denial by Police Chief - Adam Gauthier. Motion to deny the application, based on the recommendation of the Police Chief. Summary of Verified Bills for the Month of July for $1,781,720.19. Motion to receive and file. Motion to approve the Consent Agenda with the various actions recommended. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, seconded by Ring. Motion amended to approve the Consent Agenda with the various actions recommended with the removal of any action on Consent Agenda item D.2. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, Seconded by Ring. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Resolution Authorizing Inter-Fund Loan to Fund $28,000 Equipment/Technology Purchase - for Airing Council Meetings "Live" on Spectrum Cable. Motion to waive reading and adopt the resolution as presented and request that City staff obtain pricing for an equipment upgrade that would offer more flexibility and the ability to playback a larger variety of video and informational materials via the public access channel. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Voting Nay: Ring. City Manager's Appointments to the Business Improvement District Board Library. Appointment of Joanne Kouba, to Business Improvement District Board, to a term expiring May 1, 2024 filling the vacancy created by the resignation of Chong Chow; and Katie Stone to the Lester Library Board of Directors, to a term expiring May 1, 2024 filling the vacancy created by the resignation of Thomas Van Horn. Motion carried upon a voice vote. Motion made by Koach, seconded by Shimulunas. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Authorization to Order Stage Structure for the Central Park West 365 Project. Motion to authorize purchase of the stage from Porter Corporation of Holland, MI, in the amount of $204,700 from funds budgeted in the capital projects fund for this project. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Stechmesser, seconded by B. LeClair. Voting Yea: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser. Voting Nay: Dahlke, Wachowski. Wisconsin Wildlife Damage Abatement and Claim Program Application from Randy Meyer--to Allow Shooting of Geese on Undeveloped Industrial Park Property Owned by City, Leased by Mr. Meyer. Motion to authorize City Manager to sign on behalf of the City as landowner. Motion carried upon a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Petri. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Approval of Development Agreement with Wine Not, LLC Addressing Terms for $250,000 WEDC Community Development Investment Grant Assistance to be Funded Through the City--Assistance to Cool City Brewing Company Project at 1718 West Park Street. Motion to authorize City Manager and City Clerk to sign agreement on behalf of the City. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Councilmember Dahlke indicated that he is abstaining from the vote since the members of Wine Not, LLC are his neighbors. Motion made by Koach, seconded by Ring. Voting Yea: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Voting Abstaining: Dahlke. Motion to dispense with the reading of the minutes of this meeting and adjourn at 10:05 PM. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Jamie Jackson City Clerk Runs: 9/12/22 wnaxlp


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, September 6, 2022 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Council President Wachowski at 6:01 PM. Roll Call by City Clerk Councilmembers present: Jeff Dahlke, Bill LeClair, Darla LeClair, Tracey Koach, Tim Petri, Jason Ring, Bonnie Shimulunas, Scott Stechmesser, Adam Wachowski. Motion to allow remote participation by Councilmember Koach. Motion carried with a roll call vote. Motion made by Stechmesser, seconded by B. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. City Clerk Jackson reported that notice of the meeting was properly posted. CONSENT AGENDA: Presentation of Minutes City Council Meeting August 15, 2022 and Special City Council, August 30, 2022. Motion to waive reading and adopt the minutes. Minutes of Meetings: Public Utilities Committee, August 3, 2022; Public Works Committee, August 2, 2022; Architectural Control Committee, August 18, 2022; Board of Review, August 31, 2022; Community Development Authority and Business and Industrial Development Committee, July 26, 2022; Personnel and Finance Committee, August 22, 2022. Motion to receive and file. Applications and Petitions: Application for Temporary Class "B" Retailer's License from Rotary Club of Two Rivers for Fireworks Celebration, September 10, 2022, 2201 Polk Street, Walsh Field, Two Rivers. Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license. Application for Temporary Class "B" Retailer's License from Two Rivers Main Street for Ethnic Festival, September 17, 2022, 1717 East Park Street, Central Park East, Two Rivers. Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license. Application for Temporary Class "B" Retailer's License from KBH Charities for Linda Kruck Cancer Benefit, September 24, 2022, J.E. Hamilton Community House Gym and Lobby, 1710 West Park Street, Two Rivers. Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license. Application for Special Event Beer Garden for Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum, November 4-5, 2022, 1816 10th Street, Two Rivers. Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license. Application for Block Party Permit for Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum, November 4-6, 2022, 8:00 AM-10:00 PM, 1816 10th Street, Two Rivers. Motion to approve the application and authorize issuance of the license. Motion to approve the Consent Agenda with the various actions recommended and to authorize the City Clerk to change the date on the Temporary Class "B" License for Two Rivers Rotary to September 17 in the event the fireworks show is canceled on September 10 due to weather. Motion carried upon a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by B. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Resolution Authorizing Application for a Cost-Share Grant from Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for the Purpose of Funding Urban and Community Forestry Projects. Motion to waive reading and adopt the resolution. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Stechmesser, seconded by Ring. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Ordinance Designating Municode as Publisher of the Municipal Code of the City of Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Motion to waive reading and adopt the ordinance. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by B. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Resolution Approving the Project Plan for Tax Incremental District 17. Motion to waive reading and adopt the resolution. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by B. LeClair, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Stechmesser. Voting Nay: Dahlke, Shimulunas, Wachowski. Resolution Creating Tax Incremental District No. 17. Motion to waive reading and adopt the resolution. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Stechmesser, seconded by Ring. Voting Yea: B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Stechmesser. Voting Nay: Dahlke, Shimulunas, Wachowski. Contractual Agreement Between Kellnersville and Two Rivers Fire Department for Emergency Medical Services. Motion to authorize the City Manager and City Clerk to sign the agreement. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Shimulunas. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to enter into Closed Session at 8:26 pm, per Wisc. Stats 19.85(1)(e) deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investment of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reason require a closed session: Discuss matters pertaining to purchase of property at 1309 19th Street. Motion carried upon a roll call vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Stechmesser. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to reconvene in open session at 8:42 pm to consider possible actions in follow-up to closed session discussions. Motion carried with a voice vote. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by Ring. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Motion to dispense with the reading of the minutes of this meeting and adjourn the meeting at 8:42 PM. Motion made by Dahlke, seconded by D. LeClair. Voting Yea: Dahlke, B. LeClair, D. LeClair, Koach, Petri, Ring, Shimulunas, Stechmesser, Wachowski. Jamie Jackson City Clerk Run: Sept. 23, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS NOTICE OF THE JOINT REVIEW BOARD FOR THE CREATION OF TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT NO. 17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on September 8, 2022 at 3:30 PM, a meeting will be held by the Joint Review Board of the City of Two Rivers, Wisconsin in the Council Chambers, Third Floor at City Hall, 1717 East Park Street, Two Rivers, Wisconsin pursuant to the requirement of Section 66.1105(4m) of the Wisconsin State Statutes, regarding the following: Consider a Resolution adopting the proposed Project Plan and Boundaries for TID No. 17, a blight elimination TID, located on a former industrial property located along the West Twin River. The proposed Project Plan for TID No. 17 includes proposals for possible cash grant(s), in the form of pay-as-you-go, to developers and additional projects. The proposed projects are: o To assist a developer with construction costs for a new multi-family residential development; o To assist a developer with the rehabilitation of the existing building on the property for future mixed-use and/or residential use; o Shoreline and trail improvements; o Engineering studies, and/or purchase, removal, or modification of the CN railroad trestle bridge located in the West Twin River; o Business façade and improvement grants within one-half mile of the District boundaries; o All of the proposed project expenditures will be subject to review, terms, conditions and approval by the Two Rivers City Council. Review of the 2021 Annual Reports for all Tax Incremental Districts A copy of the above-described proposals is available upon request from the City Manager's office. Dated August 16, 2022 (signed) Jamie Jackson, City Clerk (signed) Vicky Berg, Zoning Administrator Published on September 1, 2022. PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE PLAN COMMISSON OF THE CITYOF TWO RIVERS, WISCONSIN Run: September 1, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: BUSINESS CAMPUS TRAIL 72ND AVE. STEWART AVE TO INTERNATIONAL DRIVE I.D. 6999-18-79 Excavation Common 1,567 c.y. Asphaltic Surface 1,163 ton Concrete Curb and Gutter 1,499 l.f Sawing 3,706 l.f. Base Aggregate Dense 3,047 ton Concrete Sidewalk 631 s.f. Storm Sewer 12" 21" 598 l.f. Boardwalk 1,216 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 8284358. 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 10:30 a.m. on October 4, 2022. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on September 26, 2022, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: September 13, 20, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU Resolution Levying Special Assessments for the 2022 Alley Paving Project The following resolution was adopted by the Common Council of the City of Wausau on September 13, 2022: WHEREAS, on December 14, 2021 a preliminary resolution was adopted for the proposed public construction project which included the installation of asphalt pavement on the alley bounded by Cedar Street, Spruce Street, North 9th Avenue and North 10th Avenue, during 2022; and WHEREAS, the Engineer's report was filed with the City Clerk; a public hearing was held January 5, 2022; and the Board of Public Works reported upon the hearing to the Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee regarding the comments of those who appeared at said hearing; and WHEREAS, the Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee did recommend to the Common Council that the project be constructed during 2022, and the Common Council accepted the Committee's reports at its meeting of January 25, 2022 and authorized that the project be accomplished; and WHEREAS, bids were received by the Board of Public Works and the low bidder was awarded the alley paving project; and WHEREAS, upon receipt of the low bid, the Engineer recalculated the estimates of construction costs as set forth in the Engineer's report aforesaid, and applied the bid figures to the City assessment formula to each property affected, and the resulting assessments are attached hereto and made a part hereof; (NOTE: The list of special assessments is on file in the City Clerk's Office and Engineering Department.) NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, 1. That payment for said public improvements shall be made through an assessment against the real estate property described above. 2. That the assessments be and are hereby levied in the amount set forth above. 3. That such levy is made by the exercise of the City's police powers. 4. That the assessments are hereby determined to be fair and equitable, allocated amongst the property on a reasonable basis, and are in the public interest. 5. That any interested property owner may contest all or any part of such assessment in the manner provided in Section 3.24.020 of the Wausau Municipal Code. 6. That the special assessments shall be paid as follows: Assessments under $300: If payment is not made prior to November 1, 2022, the special assessment will be placed on the 2022 real estate tax bill and be due in full on or before January 31, 2023. There is no interest charged when paid in full. Assessments totaling less than $300 must be paid in full and do not qualify for a payment schedule. Assessments totaling $300 but less than $20,000: If full payment is not made prior to November 1, 2022, assessments totaling $300 but less than $20,000 will automatically be placed on the five-year payment schedule on the 2022 real estate tax bill. Property owners may then pay their special assessment under either of two options: A. Payment in full without interest with the 2022 real estate taxes OR B. Payment of the first one-fifth of the assessment with the 2022 real estate taxes without interest. The remaining balance is paid in equal installments on the next four real estate tax bills and carries an interest charge of the borrowed fund rate plus 1% (the 2021 rate was 1.99%) beginning February 1, 2023, on the unpaid balance. The remaining balance may be paid at any time with interest calculated through the month of payment. Assessments over $20,000: If payment is not made prior to November 1, 2022, assessments totaling $20,000 or more will automatically be placed on the ten-year payment schedule on the 2022 real estate tax bill. Property owners may then pay their special assessment under either of two options: A. Payment in full without interest with the 2022 real estate taxes OR B. Payment of the first one-tenth of the assessment with the 2022 real estate taxes without interest. The remaining balance is paid in equal installments on the next nine real estate tax bills and carries an interest charge of the borrowed fund rate plus 1% (the 2021 rate was 1.99%) beginning February 1, 2023, on the unpaid balance. The remaining balance may be paid at any time with interest calculated through the month of payment. Real estate taxes may be paid in full or in three installments (January 31, April 30, July 31). Regardless of how real estate taxes are paid, special assessments must be paid on or before January 31, 2023. No payments can be applied to real estate taxes if special assessments are not paid. Section 74.12(11)(a), Wisconsin Statutes, specifically states that if a treasurer receives a payment from a taxpayer which is not sufficient to pay all general property taxes, special assessments and special taxes due, the treasurer shall apply the payment to the amounts due, including interest and penalties, in the following order: (1) personal property taxes; (2) delinquent utility charges; (3) special charges; (4) special assessments; (5) special taxes; (6) general property taxes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this final assessment resolution shall be published as a Class I notice in the official City newspaper; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Clerk shall cause to be mailed a copy of this resolution and a statement of the final assessment against the property to every property owner whose name appears on the assessment roll, whose post office address is known or can with reasonable diligence be ascertained. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: September 19, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU Resolution Levying Special Assessments for the 2022 Street Construction Projects The following resolution was adopted by the Common Council of the City of Wausau on September 13, 2022: WHEREAS, on December 14, 2021, a preliminary resolution was adopted for the proposed public street construction project which included the removal and replacement of bituminous concrete and/or Portland cement concrete pavement, curb and gutter, drive approaches, installation and/or replacement of sidewalk and sanitary sewer, water and storm sewer laterals where necessary, on the following streets during 2022: Bugbee Avenue from Burek Avenue to Tierney Road 4th Street from McClellan Street to Scott Street 4th Avenue from Bridge Street to Knox Street WHEREAS, the Engineer's report was filed in the office of the City Clerk; a public hearing was held January 5, 2022 for the project; and the Board of Public Works reported upon the hearing to the Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee regarding the comments of those who appeared at said hearing and WHEREAS, the Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee did recommend to the Common Council that the projects be constructed during 2022, and the Common Council accepted the Committee's report at its meeting of January 25, 2022 and ordered that the projects be advertised for bid; and WHEREAS, bids were received by the Board of Public Works and the low bidder was awarded the street construction projects and WHEREAS, the street construction project special assessments for each property affected are attached hereto and made a part hereof; (NOTE: The list of special assessments is on file in the City Clerk's Office and Engineering Department.) NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, 1. That payment for said public improvements shall be made through an assessment against the real estate property described above. 2. That the assessments be and are hereby levied in the amount set forth above. 3. That such levy is made by the exercise of the City's police powers. 4. That the assessments are hereby determined to be fair and equitable, allocated amongst the property on a reasonable basis, and are in the public interest. 5. That any interested property owner may contest all or any part of such assessment in the manner provided in Section 3.24.020 of the Wausau Municipal Code. 6. That the special assessments shall be paid as follows: Assessments under $300: If payment is not made prior to November 1, 2022, the special assessment will be placed on the 2022 real estate tax bill and be due in full on or before January 31, 2023. There is no interest charged when paid in full. Assessments totaling less than $300 must be paid in full and do not qualify for a payment schedule. Assessments totaling $300 but less than $20,000: If full payment is not made prior to November 1, 2022, assessments totaling $300 but less than $20,000 will automatically be placed on the five-year payment schedule on the 2022 real estate tax bill. Property owners may then pay their special assessment under either of two options: A. Payment in full without interest with the 2022 real estate taxes OR B. Payment of the first one-fifth of the assessment with the 2022 real estate taxes without interest. The remaining balance is paid in equal installments on the next four real estate tax bills and carries an interest charge of the borrowed fund rate plus 1% (the 2021 rate was 1.99%) beginning February 1, 2023, on the unpaid balance. The remaining balance may be paid at any time with interest calculated through the month of payment. Assessments over $20,000: If payment is not made prior to November 1, 2022, assessments totaling $20,000 or more will automatically be placed on the ten-year payment schedule on the 2022 real estate tax bill. Property owners may then pay their special assessment under either of two options: A. Payment in full without interest with the 2022 real estate taxes OR B. Payment of the first one-tenth of the assessment with the 2022 real estate taxes without interest. The remaining balance is paid in equal installments on the next nine real estate tax bills and carries an interest charge of the borrowed fund rate plus 1% (the 2021 rate was 1.99%) beginning February 1, 2023, on the unpaid balance. The remaining balance may be paid at any time with interest calculated through the month of payment. Real estate taxes may be paid in full or in three installments (January 31, April 30, July 31). Regardless of how real estate taxes are paid, special assessments must be paid on or before January 31, 2023. No payments can be applied to real estate taxes if special assessments are not paid. Section 74.12(11)(a), Wisconsin Statutes, specifically states that if a treasurer receives a payment from a taxpayer which is not sufficient to pay all general property taxes, special assessments and special taxes due, the treasurer shall apply the payment to the amounts due, including interest and penalties, in the following order: (1) personal property taxes; (2) delinquent utility charges; (3) special charges; (4) special assessments; (5) special taxes; (6) general property taxes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this final assessment resolution shall be published as a Class I notice in the official City newspaper; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Clerk shall cause to be mailed a copy of this resolution and a statement of the final assessment against the property to every property owner whose name appears on the assessment roll, whose post office address is known or can with reasonable diligence be ascertained. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: September 19, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF FINANCE COMMITTEE Amending Section 10.20.020 Boulevard parking Committee Action: Approved 4-0 Fiscal Impact: None Ordinance Number: 61-5921 File Number: 13-1106 Date Introduced: September 13, 2022 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Add ( Bold Text ) Delete ( ) Section 1. That Section 10.20.020 Boulevard parking, is hereby amended to read as follows: 10.20.020 Boulevard parking. No person shall park a vehicle on any boulevard, parkway or sidewalk in the City. The forfeiture for a violation of this section shall be $120.00. 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 from and after its date of publication. Adopted: 9/13/22 Approved: 9/14/22 Published: 9/16/22 Attest: 9/14/22 Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Attest: Kaitlyn Bernarde, Clerk RUN: September 16, 2022 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF WAUSAU WATER WORK COMMISSION Amending Section 13.62.020 Definitions Committee Action: Approved 5-0 Fiscal Impact: None Ordinance Number: 61-5922 File Number: 22-0906 Date Introduced: September 13, 2022 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Add (Bold Text) Delete ( ) Section 1. That Section 13.62.020 Definitions is hereby amended to read as follows: 13.62.020 Definitions . . . . (a) If the user is a corporation: . . . . (2) The Director of Public Works and Utilities manager of one or more manufacturing facilities provided the Director of Public Works and Utilities manager is authorized to make decisions which govern the operation of the facility, make major capital investment recommendations, initiate and direct comprehensive measures to assure long-term compliance with environmental laws, can ensure the necessary systems are established to gather complete and accurate information for the report and where authority to sign documents has been delegated to the Director of Public Works and Utilities manager according to the corporation's procedures; or 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: 9/13/22 Approved: 9/14/22 Published: 9/16/22 Attest: 9/14/22 Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Attest: Kaitlyn A. Bernarde, Clerk RUN: September 16, 2022 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF: Celia Koch Harwood Pursuant to section 701.0508(1), Wisconsin Statutes, Fiduciary Partners Trust Co., as Trustee of the Celia K. Harwood Revocable Trust, with power to pay the debts of Celia Koch Harwood (a/k/a Celia A. Harwood), DOD 08/06/2022, hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing claims for payment of debts of Celia Koch Harwood with Fiduciary Partners Trust Co. as Trustee of the Celia K. Harwood Revocable Trust, is Jan. 1, 2023, being the date four (4) months after the date of the first insertion of this Notice. FIDUCIARY PARTNERS TRUST COMPANY 3913 W Prospect Ave., Ste. 201 Appleton, WI 54914-8797 (920) 380-9960 By: Kris Snyder Vice President RUN: 9/1/22, 9/822, 9/15/22 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF RALPH IMM AND THE REI INCOME TRUST DATED FEBRUARY 22, 2012 Pursuant to Wisconsin Statute § 701.0508, Wisconsin Statutes, Laurie L. Grant, as Trustee of the REI Income Trust Dated February 22, 2012 with the power to pay the debts of Ralph Imm (deceased 8/11/2022) hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing for payment of debts of Ralph Imm and/or the REI Income Trust Dated February 22, 2012 being the date four (4) months after the date of first insertion of this notice. Laurie L. Grant Trustee Address: c/o Hougum Law Firm, LLC 305 South 18th Ave., Suite 200 Wausau, WI 54401 Run: September 11, 18, 25, 2022 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF: Robert P. Bongers Pursuant to section 701.0508(1), Wisconsin Statutes, Fiduciary Partners Trust Co., as Trustee of the Robert P. Bongers Revocable Trust, with power to pay the debts of Robert P. Bongers, DOD 08/27/2022, hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing claims for payment of debts of Robert P. Bongers with Fiduciary Partners Trust Company as Trustee of the Robert P. Bongers Revocable Trust, is January 23, 2023, being the date four (4) months after the date of the first insertion of this Notice. FIDUCIARY PARTNERS TRUST COMPANY 3913 W Prospect Ave., Ste. 201 Appleton, WI 54914-8797 (920) 380-9960 By: Mitch Peters, Trust Officer Run: September 23, 30 October 7, 2022 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the Eleventh Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: September 6, 2022 Mayor Ryan Sorenson in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Ackley, Salazar, Filicky-Peneski, Felde, Heidemann, Mitchell, Perrella, Dekker, Ramey, Rust 10. Pledge of Allegiance Approval of Minutes On motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski, the reading of minutes of the 10th Regular Council Meeting held on August 15, 2022 were approved as entered on the record. All Ald. voting "Aye". Public Forum Jim Williams spoke. Resignations Grazia Perrella from the Public Works Committee. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to accept and file. All ayes. Mayoral Appointments Jessica Huss to Room Tax Commission, Alder. Joe Heidemann to Public Works Committee, Alder. Zach Rust to Vice Chair of the Public Works Committee. Lays over. Confirmation of Mayoral Appointments Kim Meller to the City Plan Commission and Kelsey Bird to the City Sustainable Task Force. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to confirm. All ayes. Mayor's Announcements Upcoming Community Events, Proclamations, Employee Recognitions. Announcement Board of Water Commissioners election to be held on September 19, 2022 (Term beginning October 1, 2022) Contact the City Clerk by September 15, 2022. Consent Agenda Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to receive and file all RO's, receive all RC's and adopt all Resolutions and Ordinances. All were passed on call of the roll: Ayes: 10. REPORT OF OFFICERS Passed: *No. 57-22-23 by Board of License Examiners submitting an application for a Building Contractor License already granted. *No. 60-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a communication from the Wisconsin Department of Administration stating it does not object to the revised final plat submitted for Maywood Estates. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 58-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Phyllis Dergantz et al. vs. Tammy Angel et. al. No. 59-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a document from the Wisconsin State Board of Assessors regarding a Personal Property Objection received from Georgia Pacific Corrugated LLC on August 12, 2022. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 61-22-23 by City Clerk submitting various license applications. RESOLUTIONS Passed: No. 63-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a Leave of Absence Administration Services Agreement with Flores & Associates, LLC. Motion by Mitchell/Filicky-Peneski to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. Refer to Public Works: No. 62-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrell authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute agreements with Schichtel's Nursery, Inc. and Chestnut Ridge Nursery, Inc. for the purchase of 720 street trees. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 64-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing entering into a contract with Key Benefit Concepts for an updated actuarial valuation of Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) liability. No. 66-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing a budget adjustment and appropriation in the 2022 budget regarding the implementation of the updated pay scale for non-represented employees. No. 61-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the Purchasing Agent to issue a purchase order to Transportation Equipment Sales Corporation (TESCO) for the purchase of six (6) paratransit buses for the Shoreline Metro-Metro Connection Paratransit Bus Fleet. No. 60-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into an Intergovernmental Cooperative Agreement with Sheboygan County for Sales Tax Revenue-Sharing for Transportation Infrastructure Maintenance. No. 57-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City Officials to enter into a contract with Scott's Excavating, Inc. for the demolition and associated site restoration of the structures located at 2535-2601 North 15th Street (former Jakum's Hall) so as to prepare the site to be offered for future development. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 59-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Metals Treatment Technologies, LLC ("MT2") for lead remediation from the outdoor Police Shooting Range located at the Wastewater Treatment Facility. No. 58-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing the Purchasing Agent to issue a purchase order for the purchase of four (4) Police Squad Sport Utility Vehicles and one (1) large capacity van for the Sheboygan Police Department. No. 65-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing application for the NAMI Wisconsin CIT and CIP Expansion Grant. REPORT OF COMMITTEES Passed: *No. 81-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 274-21-22 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 79-21-22 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Washington School Apartments, LLC vs. City of Sheboygan; recommends filing the document. *No. 83-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 53-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski approving the City of Sheboygan SouthPointe Enterprise Campus Real Estate Sales Commission Policy; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 84-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 54-22-23 by City Attorney reporting that the City's outside legal counsel has settled the matter of Washington School Apartments, LLC vs. City of Sheboygan, Sheboygan County Circuit Court Case No. 2021CV000312, with a payment by the City in the amount of $7,496.17 representing a partial refund for property taxes paid in 2021; recommends filing the document. *No. 86-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 55-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a license application (SS Northstar); recommends granting the license. *No. 85-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 47-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of US Bank National Association v. Michelle Aguilar et at; recommends filing the document. *No. 87-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 55-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute an agreement with Axim Geospatial for on-demand GIS support to the Sheboygan Police Department; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 88-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 56-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing entering into an Intergovernmental Cooperative Agreement with the Village of Kohler with regard to providing City of Sheboygan Fire personnel, equipment, and/or services in response to mass casualty events that result from an act of violence at the Aurora Medical Center-Sheboygan County, located at 3400 Union Avenue.; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 89-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 56-22-23 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends granting the licenses. *No. 91-22-23 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 52-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrella authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Konz Electric, LLC for the replacement of the Central Fire detection and alarm system at the Mead Public Library; recommends adopting the Resolution. No. 82-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 33-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 24-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski adopting updated wage classifications and steps as part of the 2022 City of Sheboygan Compensation Program for Non-Represented Employees; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Mitchell/Filicky-Peneski to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution with amended attachment provided in committee. Before action was taken, motion by Perrella/no second to amend Resolution to reflect minimum wage be increased City wide to $15/hour starting. Mayor stated the motion was not germane. Council vote on original motion, Aye: 8 Nay:2 (Rust and Salazar). No. 90-22-23 by Public Works to whom was referred Gen. Ord. No. 9-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Dekker establishing a Responsible Bidder Policy for the City of Sheboygan; recommends adopting the Substitute Ordinance. Motion by Dekker/Perrella to receive the R. C. and adopt the Substitute Ordinance. All ayes. GENERAL ORDINANCES Refer to City Plan: No. 10-22-23 by Ald. Heidemann annexing territory owned by the City to the City of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. CLOSED SESSION Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to convene in closed session pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 19.85(1)(g) for conferring with legal counsel for the City who is rendering oral advice regarding strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to be involved, to wit: City of Sheboygan vs. William Sukowaty, Case No. 2016 CV183 and pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 19.85(1)(e) for deliberating or negotiating the investing of public funds or conducting other specified public business whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session; to wit: discussions regarding possible development incentives for the former Sheboygan Press redevelopment project. All ayes. ADJOURN There being no further business. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to adjourn. All Ald. present voting "Aye." RYAN SORENSON, MAYOR MEREDITH DEBRUIN, CITY CLERK Run: September 12, 2022 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the Twelfth Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: September 19, 2022 Mayor Ryan Sorenson in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Ackley, Salazar, Filicky-Peneski, Felde, Heidemann, Mitchell, Perrella, Dekker, Ramey, Rust 10. Pledge of Allegiance Approval of Minutes On motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski, the reading of minutes of the 11th Regular Council Meeting held on September 6, 2022 were approved as entered on the record. All Ald. voting "Aye". Public Forum No one spoke. Confirmation of Mayoral Appointments Jessica Huss to Room Tax Commission, Ald. Joe Heidemann to Public Works, and Ald. Zach Rust as Vice Chair of the Public Works. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to confirm. All ayes. Presentation Financial Management Plan Operating by Ehlers Public Finance Advisors Election Board of Water Commissioners Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski that nominations be received from the floor, voting to be done by open ballot, and if more than two candidates are nominated, the candidate with the lowest number of votes be dropped from the list, and balloting to continue until one candidate receives a majority. Motion by Felde/Dekker to nominate Gerald VanDeKreeke. No other nominations were received. Motion by Filicky-Peneski/Perrella that nominations be closed. Motion by Felde/Filicky- Peneski that the City Clerk cast a Unanimous ballot for Gerald VanDeKreeke. All ayes. Mayor's Announcements Upcoming Community Events, Proclamations, Employee Recognitions. None. Consent Agenda Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to receive and file all RO's, receive all RC's and adopt all Resolutions and Ordinances. All were passed on call of the roll: Ayes: 10. REPORT OF OFFICERS Passed: *No. 62-22-23 by Board of License Examiners submitting applications for Building Contractor Licenses already granted. *No. 65-22-23 by Transit Commission to whom was referred Res. No. 46-22-23 by Ald. Felde, Dekker, and Mitchell authorizing the filing of an application with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and authorizing the executing of the contract pertaining to grants for calendar year 2023, under Federal Mass Transit Operating Assistance program, 49 U.S.C. 5307, and State Urban Mass Transit Operating Assistance program, Wis. Stat. § 85.20, as amended; recommends adopting the Resolution. No. 66-22-23 by City Plan Commission to whom was referred Gen. Ord. No. 10-22-23 by Ald. Heidemann annexing territory owned by the City to the City of Sheboygan, Wisconsin; recommends adopting the Ordinance. Motion by Heidemann/Mitchell to receive the R. O. and adopt the Ordinance. All ayes. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 63-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Erik Boelkow for alleged damages to his home when a city tree fell on it. No. 64-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Zeferina Soliz for alleged damages to vehicle when hit by a City garbage truck. RESOLUTIONS Passed: No. 68-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute liability waiver documents in support of tourism promotion videography activities that have taken place on City-owned or managed property. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 73-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Rust authorizing a contract with Wallace Tree and Landscape, Inc. for removal of the remaining City street trees and stumps that were damaged during the June 15, 2022 windstorm. Motion by Dekker/Rust to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 72-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the IT Director to execute all necessary documents to enter into a further contract with Darktrace Holdings Limited related to cybersecurity. Motion by Mitchell/Filicky-Peneski to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. Refer to Public Works: No. 67-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Rust authorizing the appropriate City officials to accept the temporary easement for the City to conduct maintenance activities on a drainage swale adjacent to 4812 Ferndale Court. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 70-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski approving Policy Number HR 141 FML titled "Family Medical Leave Policy." No. 71-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute a Recording and Broadcast Agreement between the City of Sheboygan and the County of Sheboygan. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 69-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute an agreement with TargetSolutions Learning, LLC, d/b/a Vector Solutions ("Vector") to implement scheduling software at the Sheboygan Fire Department. REPORT OF COMMITTEES Passed: *No. 93-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 49-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Brandon L. Parker for alleged damages to his vehicle when a City of Sheboygan tree fell on it; recommends filing the claim. *No. 94-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 53-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Kong Vue for alleged damages to vehicle when a tree branch fell on it; recommends filing the claim. *No. 92-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 29-22-23 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Amy E. Hanten for alleged damages to her vehicle from newly painted middle yellow line; recommends filing the claim. *No. 95-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 64-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing entering into a contract with Key Benefit Concepts for an updated actuarial valuation of Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) liability; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 96-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 57-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City Officials to enter into a contract with Scott's Excavating, Inc. for the demolition and associated site restoration of the structures located at 2535-2601 North 15th Street (former Jakum's Hall) so as to prepare the site to be offered for future development; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 97-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 60-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into an Intergovernmental Cooperative Agreement with Sheboygan County for Sales Tax Revenue-Sharing for Transportation Infrastructure Maintenance; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 98-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 61-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing the Purchasing Agent to issue a purchase order to Transportation Equipment Sales Corporation (TESCO) for the purchase of six (6) paratransit buses for the Shoreline Metro-Metro Connection Paratransit Bus Fleet; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 100-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 65-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing application for the NAMI Wisconsin CIT and CIP Expansion Grant; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 101-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 58-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing the Purchasing Agent to issue a purchase order for the purchase of four (4) Police Squad Sport Utility Vehicles and one (1) large capacity van for the Sheboygan Police Department; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 102-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 59-22-23 by Ald. Felde and Ackley authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Metals Treatment Technologies, LLC ("MT2") for lead remediation from the outdoor Police Shooting Range located at the Wastewater Treatment Facility; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 103-22-23 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 61-22-23 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends granting the applications. *No. 104-22-23 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 62-22-23 by Ald. Dekker and Perrella authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute agreements with Schichtel's Nursery, Inc. and Chestnut Ridge Nursery, Inc. for the purchase of 720 street trees; recommends adopting the Resolution. No. 99-22-23 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 66-22-23 by Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski authorizing a budget adjustment and appropriation in the 2022 budget regarding the implementation of the updated pay scale for non-represented employees; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Mitchell/Filicky-Peneski to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. ADJOURN There being no further business. Motion by Felde/Filicky-Peneski to adjourn. All Ald. present voting "Aye." RYAN SORENSON, MAYOR MEREDITH DEBRUIN, CITY CLERK Run: Sept. 26;wnaxlp


COUNTY STATE OF WISCONSIN : CIRCUIT COURT: MARATHON COUNTY Performance Equity Partners, Inc. 18470 Thompson Court, Suite IC Tinley Park IL 60477, Plaintiff vs. Matthew Kinas 3401 Frey Ct Marshfield WI 54449, Defendant CASE NO. 2022SC001212 PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS SMALL CLAIMS UNDER DOLLAR LIMIT CODE #31001 You are being sued by the above mentioned creditor in the Small Claims Court of Marathon County, at the Marathon Courthouse, 500 Forest Street, Wausau WI 54403. A Hearing will be held at 10:00 am on October 19, 2022. 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 listed above.) Dated this Septemebr 23, 2022. MATTHEW J. TADYCH Plaintiff's Attorney 5232 W. Oklahoma Avenue, Suite 200 Milwaukee, WI 53219 (414) 321-1528 State bar Number 10119717 Run: September 27, 2022 wnaxlp


Date Submitted to Press-Gazette: 9/27/2022 Description of Found Property: Money/change Date Found: 9/15/2022 Location Found: West side of Green Bay (Item's value is $100.00 or more.) Please contact the Green Bay Police Property and Evidence Division @ 448-3165 with a specific description of the item(s) lost, together with your name and phone number. If the item you describe matches the item held in our Lost/Found, we will contact you to set up an appointment for the return of your property Run: Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 2022 wnaxlp


DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY Proposed Flood Hazard Determinations for the Unincorporated Areas of Portage County, Wisconsin, and Case No. 22-05-0525P. The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) solicits technical information or comments on proposed flood hazard determinations for the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM), and where applicable, the Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report for your community. These flood hazard determinations may include the addition or modification of Base Flood Elevations, base flood depths, Special Flood Hazard Area boundaries or zone designations, or the regulatory floodway. The FIRM and, if applicable, the FIS report have been revised to reflect these flood hazard determinations through issuance of a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR), in accordance with Title 44, Part 65 of the Code of Federal Regulations. These determinations are the basis for the floodplain management measures that your community is required to adopt or show evidence of having in effect to qualify or remain qualified for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program. For more information on the proposed flood hazard determinations and information on the statutory 90-day period provided for appeals, please visit FEMA's website at https://www.floodmaps.fema.gov/fhm/BFE_Status/bfe_main.asp, or call the FEMA Mapping and Insurance eXchange (FMIX) toll free at 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627). Run: September 14, 21, 2022 WNAXLP


DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY Proposed Flood Hazard Determinations for the Villages of Kronenwetter and Rothschild, Marathon County, Wisconsin, and Case No. 21-05-4158P. The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) solicits technical information or comments on proposed flood hazard determinations for the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM), and where applicable, the Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report for your community. These flood hazard determinations may include the addition or modification of Base Flood Elevations, base flood depths, Special Flood Hazard Area boundaries or zone designations, or the regulatory floodway. The FIRM and, if applicable, the FIS report have been revised to reflect these flood hazard determinations through issuance of a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR), in accordance with Title 44, Part 65 of the Code of Federal Regulations. These determinations are the basis for the floodplain management measures that your community is required to adopt or show evidence of having in effect to qualify or remain qualified for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program. For more information on the proposed flood hazard determinations and information on the statutory 90-day period provided for appeals, please visit FEMA's website at https://www.floodmaps.fema.gov/fhm/BFE_Status/bfe_main.asp, or call the FEMA Mapping and Insurance eXchange (FMIX) toll free at 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627). Run: Sept. 8, 15; wnaxlp


DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY Proposed Flood Hazard Determinations for the City of Appleton and the Unincorporated Areas of Outagamie County, Wisconsin, and Case No. 21-05-2374P. The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) solicits technical information or comments on proposed flood hazard determinations for the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM), and where applicable, the Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report for your community. These flood hazard determinations may include the addition or modification of Base Flood Elevations, base flood depths, Special Flood Hazard Area boundaries or zone designations, or the regulatory floodway. The FIRM and, if applicable, the FIS report have been revised to reflect these flood hazard determinations through issuance of a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR), in accordance with Title 44, Part 65 of the Code of Federal Regulations. These determinations are the basis for the floodplain management measures that your community is required to adopt or show evidence of having in effect to qualify or remain qualified for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program. For more information on the proposed flood hazard determinations and information on the statutory 90-day period provided for appeals, please visit FEMA's website at https://www.floodmaps.fema.gov/fhm/BFE_Status/bfe_main.asp, or call the FEMA Mapping and Insurance eXchange (FMIX) toll free at 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627). Run: 9/23/22, 9/30/22 WNAXLP


Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources Combined Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds GRANTEE/UGLG NAME: Village of Pulaski DEHCR GRANT AGREEMENT #: CDBG-PF 22-12 FOR ACTIVITIES SUBJECT TO ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT COMBINED NOTICE OF FINDINGS OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS Date of publication or posting: Thursday, September 8, 2022 Village of Pulaski (Name of UGLG) 920-822-5182 (Telephone) 585 E Glenbrook Dr, Pulaski, WI 54162 (Street, City, State, and Zip Code) TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS: The above-named UGLG has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the following project. The EA is on file at the address above and is available for public examination and copying. 2022-23 CDBG Chicago Street Utility Improvements (Project Titleinsert-multi-year, if applicable) Removal and replacement of 2,000 lineal feet of sanitary sewer main, water main, associated appurtenances, and 12' wide trench restoration above mains for LMI service are of Chicago Street. (Purpose or Nature of Project) Village of Pulaski, Brown County, Wisconsin (LocationCity, County, State of Project) $ 1,122,435 (Estimated Cost of Project) The UGLG has determined that such request for release of funds will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment and, accordingly, the UGLG has decided not to prepare an Environmental Impact State (EIS) under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 91-190). The reason for such decision is (provide a brief but adequate explanation): None of the agencies consulted noted any negative impacts; the project is expected to have only beneficial impacts on the human environment. All agencies, groups or individuals disagreeing with this decision are invited to submit written comments to the above address. Such written comments should be received on or before September 23, 2022. All such comments will be considered, and the UGLG will not request the release of federal funds or begin the project prior to such date. On or about September 24, 2022, the UGLG will request the Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources (DEHCR) to release Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383) as amended for this project. The UGLG is certifying to the DEHCR that it and its chief executive officer, in his\her official capacity as Village President, consent to accept the jurisdiction of the federal courts if an action is brought to enforce environmental review responsibilities, decision-making, and action; and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. Upon certification, the UGLG may use the CDBG funds, and DEHCR will have satisfied its responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. DEHCR will accept an objection to the release of funds and certification only if (a) the certification was not executed by the chief executive officer or other officer of the UGLG approved by DEHCR; or (b) the UGLG's EA indicates omissions of a required decision, finding, or step. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with 24 CFR 58, and may be addressed to the Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources, Attention: Environmental Desk, P.O. Box 7970, Madison, WI 53708-7970. Objections for reasons other than those stated above will not be considered by DEHCR. No objections received after October 9, 2022 will be considered by DEHCR. Keith Chambers, Village President (Chief Elected Official: Name, Title) 585 E Glenbrook Dr, Pulaski, WI 54162 (Street, City, State and Zip Code of UGLG's Chief Elected Official) Run: September 8, 2022 WNAXLP


FALL WATER MAIN FLUSHING CITY OF OCONTO The Oconto Utility Commission will be flushing water mains in all areas south of the Oconto River on September 12th, 2022. In all areas north of the Oconto River, West of and including Superior Avenue on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 13th & 14th. In all areas north of the Oconto River, East of Superior Avenue, on Thursday and Friday September 15th & 16th. Due to certain water main connections, other areas could be affected, please check your water for discoloration before using laundry. Oconto Utility Commission Jeremy Wusterbarth Superintendent of Public Works & Utilities Run: September 7, 2022 WNAXLP


FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin August 22, 2022 CONVENE Roll Call, Establish Quorum, Moment of Reflection/Pledge of Allegiance The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 5:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Schultz, Uselmann, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig, Gerlach, Moder, Reichenberger, Steinbarth. A Moment of Reflection preceded the Pledge. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by the Board. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ COMMUNICATIONS President Henschel announced that following adjournment of the regular meeting, the Board will convene in an executive session to discuss administrator reorganization and the Superintendent's 2021-22 year-end evaluation as provided for in Wisconsin statutes 19.85(1)(c). PUBLIC COMMENT Tara Procter, 669 Grove St, came to discuss cancellation of DEEP Wellness classes at the Aquatic Center TR 5:45-6:30pm due to swim team practices 4-6pm. In the past the team had shared the pool area with the class. Mary Jo Vescio, 103 Stone Castle Dr, came to protest the cancellation of evening water aerobics. She has been a member of that class for 28 years, predating the recreational swim team. She asked for MW 5:45-6:30 two lanes. She mentioned the need for the working public to be able to use the facilities, especially for stress reduction. Deb O'Connor, N5311 US Hwy 45, came to talk about denying access to the aquatic center to the general public. Last week it was decided that the swim team needed complete access to the facility, even during evening class times. This was a drastic change without any public discussion or input. She mentioned some possible compromises. Based on the roster there should be space, especially since there is not a dive team using the deep well. The members pay for use, and the swim team doesn't. She mentioned using money to build a pool, like the football stadium. The Aquatic Center was built promising community access. This decision bypassed the staff of the Aquatic and Rec departments. Many participants are challenged physically and need access to this facility. Dan Ireland, 102 S Sallie Ave, spoke about the "Green Deal." He read from an AP article about Myanmar and rare earth minerals, green energy such as windmills and car batteries, and the impact on Myanmar citizens. He was unclear about how this related to any school district matter. Joyce Gau, 63 Heritage Ln, drug free communities of FDL county member, mentioned that the group hosted a 16-hour DITFEP training for school district professionals recently. She highlighted five staff from the FDL school district who attended. She recommended that there should be a procedure/policy if a parent comes to school, presenting as impaired, trying to retrieve a student. She also suggested that, like blood pathogen/review, there could be an illicit substance training, in case of the need to handle anything or encountering things in the course of the day. She showed a T-shirt and mentioned that there are messages about drugs on some apparel and these are easily obtained. APPROVAL OF CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA MOTION BY Gedemer, seconded by Godfrey to approve the consent agenda as follows: Human Resources Approvals: 1. Resignations Danelle Anderson, mathematics teacher at Sabish Middle School, effective August 9, 2022; Rachel Bucheger, Grade 4 teacher at Pier Elementary School, effective August 15, 2022; Sarah Larson, special education teacher at Fond du Lac High School, effective August 5, 2022; and Luke Mattias, Spanish teacher at Sabish and Theisen Middle Schools, effective August 12, 2022. 2. Employment Recommendations Effective for the 2022-23 teacher contract year: Shannon Kolpin, 1.0 FTE Grade 8 math teacher at Woodworth Middle School, at Level 1; Barbara Krug, 1.0 FTE Grade 2 teacher at Chegwin Elementary School, at Level 6; and Kelly Wolff, 1.0 FTE Grade 5 teacher at Waters Elementary School, at Level 11. 3. Letters of Temporary Substitute Employment Effective for the 2022-23 teacher contract year: Debra Manchester, 1.0 FTE Grade 3 teacher at Roberts Elementary School, at Level 13+; Jordan Rispalje, 1.0 FTE cross-categorical teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 1. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Board Approval Consider Approval of Fond du Lac High School English Department Trip to London, Paris, and Barcelona, June 12-21, 2023 An Executive Summary was sent to the Board detailing travel plans and academic standards addressed by the trip. Teachers Ms McClyman and Mr Braatz were present to discuss the trip and answer questions. Questions included how credits are handled and options for financial help for students. MOTION BY Schreiter, seconded by Hoerth to approve the Fond du Lac High School English Department trip to London, Paris, and Barcelona, June 12-21, 2023. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. BOARD/ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS Chief of Finance and Operations Initial 2022-23 Budget Report Mike Gerlach reviewed an outline of the timeline of key budget dates related to the 2022-23 budget. This is the initial budget report, with the preliminary budget review on September 12th and approval of the preliminary budget by the board on September 26th. Certification of property values, September seat counts, and certification of state aid all need to be finalized before the budget and local tax levy can be finalized in late October. Chief Academic Officer Social Emotional Learning Report Katie Moder spoke about the Social-Emotional Learning services available to and utilized by students in the district, including access to mental health professionals and services (counselors, nurses, psychologists, and social workers), career counseling, flagging and follow up on suicidal or other harmful behaviors/safety concerns. She reviewed relevant state and local policies and laws. A school counselor was present to share the work of school counselors. The curriculum work is consistent across the district. There was also a presentation about the Fondy C.A.R.E.S. program, which matches students with mental health care professionals right in the school setting. All students will have access to this program, which began a couple years ago with only a limited number of schools included. Systems Design Summit Andrea Reichenberger shared information about the August 3rd and 4th school district leaders' meeting for what used to be the data summit and was revised to be a systems design summit. She shared the goals of the summit, and some of the questions that guided the work to identify higher level action steps that will help drive student success. She shared feedback from the group. Home-Grown Literacy Institute Andrea Reichenberger spoke about the literacy institute. There was an increase in enrollment of staff to 126 teachers, and there were five pathways through which they could choose to grow their practice of literacy teaching. A video of the event was shared, including teacher reflections. Superintendent UVA Partnership Leader in Education (PLE) Schools Present 90-Day Plans Principals from Chegwin, Parkside, and Fondy High each shared a one-page summary of their 90-day improvement plans. They identified "big rocks" which were priority goals and identified action steps and outcomes that will help with implementing these and measuring growth. These plans will be posted on the school websites. Board Members Board Representation on Committees A list of Board committees is as follows: Employee Wellness and Engagement (quarterly) Hoerth/Schultz FEA Meet & Confer (monthly) Schreiter/ Uselmann ESPA Meet & Confer (monthly) Gedemer/ Uselmann Finance & Insurance (monthly) Godfrey/ Henschel Facilities & Capital Improvement (quarterly) Schreiter/Gedemer School Resource Officer, Extracurricular Stipends, and District Equity Leadership Team will be researched/revisited based on needs Student/Staff Activities Godfrey: football game, condolences to a community member Schultz: planning to attend the Wednesday kickoff Uselmann: marching band camp, new teacher breakfast, Back to School packing and distribution, mattress fundraiser, football game Schreiter: will attend kickoff, attended and positively commented on football game, coaches, presentations at this meeting; mentioned Fond du Lac is on WisSports as one of five contenders for Team of the Week Hoerth: commented on plans presented at meeting Henschel: saw Frosh/JV and then Varsity games, saw marching band in the parking lot and at the game, new teacher breakfast, mentioned FDLHS alumni who are getting on Badger marching band PUBLIC COMMENT Jim Hess, W3678 Sunny Rd. Eden, commented on meeting attendance. He extolled the "tried and true" from the past and criticized "new math" and "whole language." He cited some statistics that fewer students are attending public schools, and spoke about local losses, presumably due to DPI and the DOE policies. Money follows mandates, making schools unbearable for parents. He spoke against gender and trans measures. He claimed the CDC admitted they had been wrong about COVID measures and Americans don't trust them. Char Trotter, 77 E 11th St, talked about a Goodrich teacher and aphorisms she remembered. She talked about a post referencing managing spaces and freedom vs control. Personal experiences are important, versus DEI or ICS training. She mentioned the email about new policies at the high school and expressed concern about police and citations, versus restorative practices and other initiatives. She encouraged equity and data broken down by race in the implementation of policies. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATE MATTERS none ADJOURNMENT TO AN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS ADMINISTRATOR REORGANIZATION AND THE SUPERINTENDENT'S 2021-22 YEAR-END EVALUATION AS PROVIDED FOR IN WISCONSIN STATUTES 19.85(1)(c). MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Hoerth, that the Board of Education adjourn the regular meeting and convene in an executive session to discuss administrator reorganization and the Superintendent's 2021-22 year-end evaluation as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(c). "(c) Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility." MOTION CARRIED, 7-0. The regular meeting adjourned at 7:20 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION CALL TO ORDER An executive session of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 7:40 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Schultz, Uselmann, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig. DISCCUSS ADMINISTRATOR REORGANIZATION Dr. Fleig outlined changes in administrative positions due to attrition and other factors. Administrative regulations may be forthcoming. DISCUSS THE SUPERINTENDENT'S 2021-22 YEAR-END EVALUATION The Superintendent shared data and initiatives and discussed areas that are being addressed. The data from employee, parent, and student engagement surveys will be shared with the community via the district website in the future. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Godfrey, that the Board of Education adjourn the executive session. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The executive session adjourned at 8:40. Linda Uselmann, Secretary/Clerk Run: September 22, 2022 wnaxlp


FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin August 8, 2022 OATH OF OFFICE The Honorable Judge Andrew Christianson administered the Oath of Office to new Board member Andrea Schultz. CONVENE Roll Call, Establish Quorum, Moment of Reflection/Pledge of Allegiance The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 5:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Schultz, Uselmann, Henschel. Administrative Staff members present: Fleig, Gerlach, Reichenberger, Steinbarth, Bramstedt, Irving, Moder, Williams. A Moment of Reflection preceded the Pledge. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by the Board. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ COMMUNICATIONS President Henschel announced that following adjournment of the regular meeting, the Board will convene in a workshop to review progress with Excel Engineering on the design phase of the Fond du Lac High School stadium project, followed by an executive session to discuss an employee discipline matter as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(c) and (f). PUBLIC COMMENT Jim Hess, W3678 Sunny Road, Eden, spoke about school spending and wanting more geniuses. He spoke against Human Growth and Development curriculum items in Wauwatosa, claiming they were indoctrination and propaganda. He also spoke about Kettle Moraine and restrictions on teachers due to political implications. He showed a picture of an embryo and talked about his experience at the Pride Picnic. He shared a talking point about the founder of Planned Parenthood and eugenics. Samuel Fuchs, 508 Willsher Drive, spoke in favor of adding an in-person Calculus II class, rather than the virtual option currently offered. He cited statistics about learning and his own learning experiences to back up his request. He stated that a willing group of students and a qualified instructor were available. John Fuchs, 508 Willsher Drive, echoed his son's sentiments and expressed pride in his son being willing to speak at the meeting. Everett Fischer, 220 Old Pioneer Road, also spoke in favor of the Calculus II class. He asked why 14 was the minimum class size, and why if there were students who want to take the class it wouldn't be offered. APPROVAL OF CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA MOTION BY Gedemer, seconded by Uselmann to approve the consent agenda as follows: A. Approval of Minutes: 1. July 11, 2022 Board of Education Regular Meeting as presented. 2. July 21, 2022 Board of Education Special Meeting as presented. B. Chief of Finance and Operations: 1. Current Expenses To approve bills of the Board of Education in the amount of $12,619,262.12 and to have warrants drawn for their payment. 2. Resignations - Ashley Arndt-Eggers, special education teacher at Roberts Elementary School, effective July 23, 2022; Stacey Kastein, grade 5 teacher at Waters Elementary School, effective July 29, 2022; Danielle Pettit, TOSA at Evans Elementary School, effective July 21, 2022; and Ashley Supple, grade 2 teacher at Chegwin Elementary School, effective August 3, 2022. 3. Employment Recommendations - Effective the 2022-23 teacher contract year: Sydney Friess, 1.0 FTE grade 2 teacher at Waters Elementary School, at Level 1; Amara Hartmann, 1.0 FTE grade 5 teacher at Roberts Elementary School, at Level 3; Traci Lyle, 1.0 FTE kindergarten teacher at Waters Elementary School, at Level 4; Nicole Olivas-Dimmer, 1.0 FTE cross-categorical teacher at Sabish Middle School, at Level 11; Charles Olson, 1.0 FTE grade 7 math teacher at Woodworth Middle School, at Level 9; Kathleen Torgersen, 1.0 FTE grade 4 teacher at Waters Elementary School, at Level 4; Kenneth Wolf, 1.0 FTE cross-categorical teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 1; Gerri Wright, 1.0 FTE math teacher at Fond du Lac High School, at Level 6; Abigail Zoller, 1.0 FTE school counselor at Chegwin Elementary School, at Level 4; and Shannon Zupke, 1.0 FTE grade 4 teacher at Chegwin Elementary School, at Level 3. 4. Letters of Temporary Substitute Employment - Effective the 2022-23 teacher contract year: Savannah Cousert, 1.0 FTE grade 8 English/language arts teacher at Theisen Middle School, at Level 1; and Robi Jo Walker, 1.0 FTE grade 6 science teacher at Sabish Middle School, at Level 5. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Chief of Schools Consider Approval of 2022-23 Student School Schedules Each year the Board formally approves the Student School Schedules. All of the schools meet the state requirement for hours and minutes of instruction. Some schools are keeping the staggered start times because staff found them helpful in starting the school day smoothly. MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Hoerth that the Board of Education approve the 2022-23 Student School Schedules as presented. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Chief Academic Officer Consider Approval of Integrated 3-Year-Old Early Childhood Special Education Agreements The Fond du Lac School District provides special education services for students with disabilities from age three through 21. Our Early Childhood contracts allow us to provide students their specialized instruction with the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) with their same age peers. The District has partnered with Camelot Children's Center for many years, and in 2019-20 began a partnership with LilyPad Learning Center. There are three total sites, with Parkside being the third. MOTION BY Schultz, seconded by Hoerth that the Board of Education approve the 2022-23 3-Year-Old Early Childhood Special Education Agreements with LilyPad Learning Center and Camelot Children's Center. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Superintendent Consider Approval of the 2022-2025 Strategic Plan The Strategic Plan will provide much needed guidance to the administration and Board of Education for the next three years. Tim Wyrosdick, Studer Education Group, was instrumental in leading the development of this plan through the facilitation of focus groups as well as leading the steering committee. The four pillars are: Student Achievement, Safety, Employee Engagement, and Collaborative Culture. The length of the plan is three years to facilitate strong, decisive changes in a timely fashion. The plan will be on the site and a baseline score will be shared in the next couple of meetings. The plan's progress will be regularly shared with the board and the public. Board committees will be assigned in the near future and aligned with this plan and process. MOTION BY Schreiter, seconded by Henschel that the Board of Education approve the three-year Strategic Plan for 2022-2025 as presented. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Consider Approval of the Endemic Re-Entry Plan for 2022-23 Dr. Fleig recommended an endemic strategy meaning "stay home if you are sick," with a focus of students being present for in-person with minimal disruption. ESSER requires this update as a part of the re-entry plan. Other districts in the area are following a similar plan. MOTION BY Schreiter, seconded by Schultz that the Board of Education approve the Endemic Re-Entry Plan for the 2022-23 school year. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. BOARD/ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS Chief of Finance and Operations Facilities Referendum Planning Update John Williams shared that there is good progress, although some things are not quite wrapped up. Lakeshore is experiencing site work, including HVAC, parking lot resurfacing, and student drop off. Rosenow is getting air conditioning once interior duct work wraps up. Hopefully supply chain issues will not interfere. Riverside is progressing well with a new production kitchen; the roof is nearly complete and the district office will also be worked on. STEM interior spaces are being renovated in phases, and the elevator is yet to arrive. Road construction also impacts the work. All building roofs at FHS will have been replaced by the end of this process, and HVAC work continues. Exit Interview Data Report Stacey Bramstedt referenced a summary document that was shared with the board. Every employee who terminates employment with the district has the opportunity to share feedback either via a survey or in person. There were more resignations than retirements this past year, while the overall number remained similar. 12-14% turnover is common in surrounding districts, while we are at around 11% for the teacher group. It was brought up that the response rate is disappointing, and how that might be improved. Also suggested was aligning the union exit interviews with the ones done by administration. Chief Academic Officer School Health Programs Annual Report 2021-22 Katie Moder introduced Jill Irving as the school health supervisor, who shared the report. Specific stories and examples of how the school health program assists students and staff were highlighted. The report includes tallies of all health services rendered by health and school staff, along with YScreen results. There was a short discussion about staffing shortages in the field. Superintendent Notification of NEOLA Technical Corrections to Policy Update 31-1 Dr. Fleig shared that there will be two readings of other policies coming up. These technical corrections, however, do not need board action and have already been updated on the website. Back to School Schedule for Staff Dr. Fleig shared that team leaders have already begun meeting this past week. About 126 teachers are doing ELA training at Theisen this week. Tuesday, August 16th is the new employee breakfast at Theisen, 8:00-9:30 a.m. Wednesday August 24th is the whole-staff welcome back at the PAC from 8:00-9:15 a.m. Board Members Board Member Liaison Schools Gedemer: Chegwin /Waters, Godfrey: Pier /Riverside /WINGS, Henschel: Parkside /FHSz/ Fondy Central, Hoerth: Lakeshore/ Sabish, Schreiter: Rosenow/ Theisen, Uselmann: Woodworth/ Roberts; Schultz: Evans/ STEM Student/Staff Activities Schreiter: football program has been getting good publicity as it ramps up, junior football team met with varsity team for Ramp Up Henschel saw a scrimmage and was impressed by facilities at other schools, praised the new staff and communications in programs Uselmann peeked in at jazz workshops at the high school PUBLIC COMMENT none ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATE MATTERS WASB updates: Board of directors has an opening in Region 7. Applications are due August 27th and Uselmann has the paperwork. Legislative resolutions or amendments to current resolutions are due to the WASB Policy and Resolutions Committee by September 15th. These are used by WASB staff to guide lobbying efforts at the state and national level. A list of current resolutions is registered online. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Hoerth that the Board of Education adjourn the regular meeting and convene in a workshop to review progress with Excel Engineering on the design phase of the Fond du Lac High School stadium project, followed by an executive session to discuss an employee discipline matter as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(c) and (f). MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0.The regular meeting adjourned at 6:10 p.m. WORKSHOP CALL TO ORDER The workshop of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 6:30 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Schultz, Uselmann, Henschel. Administrative staff members present: Fleig, Gerlach, Reichenberger, Steinbarth, Michalkiewicz, Gunderson. REVIEW PROGRESS WITH EXCEL ENGINEERING ON THE DESIGN PHASE OF THE FOND DU LAC HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM PROJECT The board received an update from administrators and the engineering firm involved in the design and building of the stadium at the high school. Conceptual drawings were shared with the board. The current costs for the proposed designs runs approximately $1 million over the board-approved amount. The board decided to go with the option of one set of bleachers versus the design including a home and visitor side for cost savings and other considerations. The board will reconvene in a subsequent meeting in a month or so, with people in the meantime looking to solicit donations for, for instance, naming rights to see how much of the difference between approved monies and conception can be made up. If the difference cannot be made up, cuts to the proposed design will need to be made. The conceptual design and information for potential donors will be posted on the district website. ADJOURNMENT TO AN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS AN EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE MATTER AS PROVIDED FOR IN WISCONSIN STATUTES 19.85(1)(c) AND (f) MOTION BY Uselmann seconded by Godfrey that the Board of Education adjourn the workshop and convene in an executive session to discuss an employee discipline matter as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(c) and (f): "(c) Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility." "(f) Considering financial, medical, social, or personal histories or disciplinary data of specific persons, preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems or the investigation of charges against specific persons except where par. (b) applies which, if discussed in public, would be likely to have a substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of any person referred to in such histories or data, or involved in such problems or investigations." MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The workshop adjourned at 7:47 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION CALL TO ORDER An executive session of the Board of Education was called to order by President Henschel at 7:53 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Hoerth, Schreiter, Schultz, Uselmann, Henschel. Administrative staff members present: Fleig. DISCUSS AN EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE MATTER The superintendent updated the board on the resolution of a personnel matter that had been brought to the board's attention in the past. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Gedemer that the Board of Education adjourn the executive session. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The executive session adjourned at 8:05 p.m. Linda Uselmann, Secretary/Clerk Run: September 22, 2022 wnaxlp


FOND DU LAC SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNUAL ASBESTOS NOTIFICATION 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR Under AHERA (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act), all primary and secondary schools are required to develop and implement a plan for managing all building materials that contain asbestos. Included in the AHERA Act is the requirement to annually notify all workers and building occupants (or their guardians) of asbestos-related activities. Beginning in 1988, all buildings owned, leased, or "under the control of" the School District were inspected by EPA accredited inspectors, with building material samples analyzed by an independent laboratory. Based on the inspection, the School District prepared and the state approved a comprehensive management plan for managing the asbestos. Where the asbestos-containing materials are found, the District has in place an Operations and Maintenance program. The District has accomplished the following compliance mandates regarding the administration of asbestos in school buildings: Environmental Management Consulting, Inc. (EMC) was contracted to be the District's consultant for asbestos for the school year. The District is continuing with the Operations and Maintenance Program as designed for the School District. This ensures that all asbestos materials are kept in good condition. Periodic "surveillance" in areas containing asbestos has been completed every six months by our consultant. Buildings are also re-inspected by an accredited inspector every three years. In the past year, the District conducted asbestos removal activities at Lakeshore Elementary School, Riverside Elementary School, STEM Academy (Franklin), and Rosenow Elementary School. All outside contractors shall contact the lead maintenance person before commencing work. Our goal at the District is to be in full compliance with asbestos regulations. A copy of the Asbestos Management Plan is available for review by contacting the District Office. Questions related to this plan or any other asbestos concerns should be directed to the District's Designated Person, John Williams, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday by calling 920-929-2887. Sept 18, 2022 WNAXLP


For Sale: Abandoned property by William Rains From Westbrook Mini Storage Property includes various miscellaneous items. Sale shall commence at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday September 28, 2022 At W6786 Ford Drive, FDL Unit #42 RUN: Sept. 11, 18, 2022 WNAXLP


For Sale: Abandoned property by William Rains From Westbrook Mini Storage Property includes various miscellaneous items. Sale shall commence at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday September 28, 2022 At W6786 Ford Drive, FDL Unit #42 September 11, 18, 2022 WNAXLP


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Retreat Minutes September 7, 2022 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held a special meeting in the form of a retreat on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, at Fox Valley Technical College's Public Safety Training Center, W6400 County Road BB, Appleton, Wisconsin, Room A137. Chair Chris VanderHeyden called the meeting to order at 9:03 a.m. Board members present were: Javad Ahmad, Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Margart Kastner, Justin Krueger, Erik Lampe (arrived 10:01 a.m.), Charles Spoehr, Jr., Patricia Van Ryzin, Chris VanderHeyden, and John Weyenberg; Absent: None. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Christopher Matheny; Administrators: Rayon Brown, Susan Kaufman, Dr. Jennifer Lanter, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Dr. Kim Olson; Recorder: Sarah Bingham. A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to approve the agenda for the February 7, 2022, Retreat as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. The Board made a couple recommendations/changes to their goals for the upcoming year. The changes will be made and this topic will be added to the agenda for the next Board Meeting. John Weyenberg left the meeting at 12:30 p.m. John Weyenberg joined the meeting at 1:35 p.m. There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair VanderHeyden declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 2:48 p.m. Run: sept. 23; wnaxlp


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Retreat Minutes September 7, 2022 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held a special meeting in the form of a retreat on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, at Fox Valley Technical College's Public Safety Training Center, W6400 County Road BB, Appleton, Wisconsin, Room A137. Chair Chris VanderHeyden called the meeting to order at 9:03 a.m. Board members present were: Javad Ahmad, Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Margart Kastner, Justin Krueger, Erik Lampe (arrived 10:01 a.m.), Charles Spoehr, Jr., Patricia Van Ryzin, Chris VanderHeyden, and John Weyenberg; Absent: None. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Christopher Matheny; Administrators: Rayon Brown, Susan Kaufman, Dr. Jennifer Lanter, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Dr. Kim Olson; Recorder: Sarah Bingham. A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to approve the agenda for the February 7, 2022, Retreat as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. The Board made a couple recommendations/changes to their goals for the upcoming year. The changes will be made and this topic will be added to the agenda for the next Board Meeting. John Weyenberg left the meeting at 12:30 p.m. John Weyenberg joined the meeting at 1:35 p.m. There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair VanderHeyden declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 2:48 p.m. Run: sept. 23; wnaxlp


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Meeting Minutes August 16, 2022 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held its meeting on Tuesday, August 16, 2022, at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin, Room A137 and with virtual access for the public to call in. Chair Chris VanderHeyden called the meeting to order at 4:04 p.m. Board members present were: Javad Ahmad, Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Margaret Kastner, Erik Lampe, Charles Spoehr, Jr., John Weyenberg, Chris VanderHeyden. Absent: Justin Krueger, Patricia Van Ryzin. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Christopher Matheny; Administrators: Rayon Brown, Elizabeth Burns, Susan Kaufman, Troy Kohl, Dr. Jennifer Lanter, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Scott Borley, Becky Boulanger, Gary Brilowski, Carmelyn Daley-Hinkens, Chris Dragosh, Barb Dreger, Bob Ebben, Nicole Glisczinski, George Hoppen, Dr. Therese Izzo Nemec, Susan Lowney, Susan Lucius, Jennifer McIntosh, Andy Rinke, John Sorenson, Steve Straub, Paul Van Eyck, Dale Walker, Dave Wuestenberg; Guests: Dr. Kim Olson; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to approve the agenda for the August 16, 2022, meeting as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Lampe to approve the minutes of the July 11, 2022, Regular Board Meeting. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee DeVooght Blaney to approve the recommended strategic priorities for the 2022-23 academic year. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to authorize administration to offer the Diesel Equipment Technician with CDL Two-Year Technical Diploma utilizing the District's resources and facilities to support the offering. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Lampe, Spoehr, Weyenberg, VanderHeyden. 2 Absent: Trustees Krueger, Van Ryzin. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Spoehr to approve the following Consent Agenda items. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Lampe, Spoehr, Weyenberg, VanderHeyden. 2 Absent: Trustees Krueger, Van Ryzin. Contracts Recovering Less Than Full Cost Quarterly Report Contract Training & Technical Assistance Monthly Activity Summary Grant Proposals Submitted in July 2022 New Academic Programs Under Development Personnel Report Quarterly Investment Performance Summary 2021-22 Year-End Budget Review (Pre-Audit) Expenditures > $2,500 for Month of June A motion was made by Trustee Lampe to approve the changes to the Board policy, College Vision and Strategic Directions. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to the Board policy, College Mission & Purposes, as is. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Lampe to adjourn to executive session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(c), Wis. Stats., to discuss the President's performance evaluation and President's contract. The time was 5:22 p.m. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Lampe, Spoehr, Weyenberg, VanderHeyden. 2 Absent: Trustees Krueger, Van Ryzin. A motion was made by Trustee Kastner to reconvene into open session pursuant to Section 19.85(2), Wis. Stats. The time was 5:51 p.m. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Lampe, Spoehr, Weyenberg, VanderHeyden. 2 Absent: Trustees Krueger, Van Ryzin. There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair VanderHeyden declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 5:52 p.m. Run: sept. 23; wnaxlp


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Meeting Minutes August 16, 2022 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held its meeting on Tuesday, August 16, 2022, at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin, Room A137 and with virtual access for the public to call in. Chair Chris VanderHeyden called the meeting to order at 4:04 p.m. Board members present were: Javad Ahmad, Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Margaret Kastner, Erik Lampe, Charles Spoehr, Jr., John Weyenberg, Chris VanderHeyden. Absent: Justin Krueger, Patricia Van Ryzin. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Christopher Matheny; Administrators: Rayon Brown, Elizabeth Burns, Susan Kaufman, Troy Kohl, Dr. Jennifer Lanter, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Scott Borley, Becky Boulanger, Gary Brilowski, Carmelyn Daley-Hinkens, Chris Dragosh, Barb Dreger, Bob Ebben, Nicole Glisczinski, George Hoppen, Dr. Therese Izzo Nemec, Susan Lowney, Susan Lucius, Jennifer McIntosh, Andy Rinke, John Sorenson, Steve Straub, Paul Van Eyck, Dale Walker, Dave Wuestenberg; Guests: Dr. Kim Olson; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to approve the agenda for the August 16, 2022, meeting as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Lampe to approve the minutes of the July 11, 2022, Regular Board Meeting. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee DeVooght Blaney to approve the recommended strategic priorities for the 2022-23 academic year. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to authorize administration to offer the Diesel Equipment Technician with CDL Two-Year Technical Diploma utilizing the District's resources and facilities to support the offering. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Lampe, Spoehr, Weyenberg, VanderHeyden. 2 Absent: Trustees Krueger, Van Ryzin. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Spoehr to approve the following Consent Agenda items. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Lampe, Spoehr, Weyenberg, VanderHeyden. 2 Absent: Trustees Krueger, Van Ryzin. Contracts Recovering Less Than Full Cost Quarterly Report Contract Training & Technical Assistance Monthly Activity Summary Grant Proposals Submitted in July 2022 New Academic Programs Under Development Personnel Report Quarterly Investment Performance Summary 2021-22 Year-End Budget Review (Pre-Audit) Expenditures > $2,500 for Month of June A motion was made by Trustee Lampe to approve the changes to the Board policy, College Vision and Strategic Directions. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to the Board policy, College Mission & Purposes, as is. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Lampe to adjourn to executive session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(c), Wis. Stats., to discuss the President's performance evaluation and President's contract. The time was 5:22 p.m. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Lampe, Spoehr, Weyenberg, VanderHeyden. 2 Absent: Trustees Krueger, Van Ryzin. A motion was made by Trustee Kastner to reconvene into open session pursuant to Section 19.85(2), Wis. Stats. The time was 5:51 p.m. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees Ahmad, DeVooght Blaney, Kastner, Lampe, Spoehr, Weyenberg, VanderHeyden. 2 Absent: Trustees Krueger, Van Ryzin. There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair VanderHeyden declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 5:52 p.m. Run: sept. 23; wnaxlp


Gen. Ord. No. 10 22 - 23. By Ald. Heidemann. September 6, 2022. AN ORDINANCE annexing territory owned by the City to the City of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SHEBOYGAN DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Territory Annexed. In accordance with sec. 66.0223 of the Wisconsin Statutes, territory in the Town of Wilson, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, owned by the City of Sheboygan and lying contiguous to the City, is hereby annexed to the City of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. I hereby certify that the Ordinance was duly passed by the Common Council of the City of Sheboygan on the 19th day of September, 2022. Dated September 20, 2022 MEREDITH DEBRUIN, City Clerk Approved September 20, 2022 RYAN SORENSON, Mayor Res. No. 66 22 23. By Ald. Mitchell and Filicky-Peneski. September 6, 2022. A RESOLUTION authorizing a budget adjustment and appropriation in the 2022 budget regarding the implementation of the updated pay scale for non-represented employees. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That the Finance Director is authorized to decrease the appropriation to the below listed accounts as follows in order to balance the increases above: Account No. Account Name Amount 101150-810102 Wage Adjustment Reserve $283,354.76 101-411100 Property Tax Levy $114,760.97 I hereby certify that the Resolution was duly passed by the Common Council of the City of Sheboygan on the 19th day of September, 2022. Dated September 20, 2022 MEREDITH DEBRUIN, City Clerk Approved September 20, 2022 RYAN SORENSON, Mayor Run: September 26, 2022 WNAXLP


Grand Chute, Storage Unit Auction - 2 Units, 1215 N. Hickory Farm Ln, Household items, tandem bicycle, Public lien sale for Boaz, Autumn. Auction 10/15/22 @ 10:00 AM. RUN: 9/23/22 WNAXLP


GRANTEE/UGLG NAME: Village of Pulaski DEHCR GRANT AGREEMENT #: CDBG-PF 22-12 FOR ACTIVITIES SUBJECT TO ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT COMBINED NOTICE OF FINDINGS OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS Date of publication or posting: Thursday, September 8, 2022 Village of Pulaski 585 E Glenbrook Dr, Pulaski, WI 54162 920-822-5182 TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS: The above-named UGLG has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the following project. The EA is on file at the address above and is available for public examination and copying. Project Title: 2022-23 CDBG Chicago Street Utility Improvements Purpose: Removal and replacement of 2,000 lineal feet of sanitary sewer main, water main, associated appurtenances, and 12' wide trench restoration above mains for LMI service are of Chicago Street. Location: Village of Pulaski, Brown County, Wisconsin Estimated Cost: $ 1,122,435 The UGLG has determined that such request for release of funds will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment and, accordingly, the UGLG has decided not to prepare an Environmental Impact State (EIS) under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 91-190). The reason for such decision is (provide a brief but adequate explanation): None of the agencies consulted noted any negative impacts; the project is expected to have only beneficial impacts on the human environment. All agencies, groups or individuals disagreeing with this decision are invited to submit written comments to the above address. Such written comments should be received on or before September 23, 2022. All such comments will be considered, and the UGLG will not request the release of federal funds or begin the project prior to such date. On or about September 24, 2022, the UGLG will request the Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources (DEHCR) to release Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383) as amended for this project. The UGLG is certifying to the DEHCR that it and its chief executive officer, in his\her official capacity as Village Mayor , consent to accept the jurisdiction of the federal courts if an action is brought to enforce environmental review responsibilities, decision-making, and action; and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. Upon certification, the UGLG may use the CDBG funds, and DEHCR will have satisfied its responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. DEHCR will accept an objection to the release of funds and certification only if (a) the certification was not executed by the chief executive officer or other officer of the UGLG approved by DEHCR; or (b) the UGLG's EA indicates omissions of a required decision, finding, or step. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with 24 CFR 58, and may be addressed to the Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources, Attention: Environmental Desk, P.O. Box 7970, Madison, WI 53708-7970. Objections for reasons other than those stated above will not be considered by DEHCR. No objections received after October 9, 2022 will be considered by DEHCR. Keith Chambers, Village President 585 E Glenbrook Dr, Pulaski, WI 54162 Run: September 8, 2022 wnaxlp


In accordance to Wisconsin Statute 704.90(6)(a) Everyday Self Storage hereby gives notice to Michaela Schultz who has storage unit B9 at 1500 N 30th St. Manitowoc, WI of our intent to donate storage unit contents with a total value less than $100 on September 30, 2022. Runs: Sept. 18, 25, 2022 WNAXLP


IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE In re: BORNEMANN OPERATING CO. LLC, Debtor. Chapter 7 Case No. 22-10170 (MFW) NOTICE OF DISPOSAL OF PATIENT RECORDS TO: ALL PATIENTS AT FACILITIES OPERATED BY BORNEMANN OPERATING CO. LLC D/B/A BORNEMANN NURSING HOME AND BORNEMANN SENIOR COMMUNITIES PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT: On March 3, 2022 (the "Petition Date"), the Bornemann Operating Co. d/b/a Bornemann Nursing Home and Bornemann Senior Communities (the "Debtor") filed a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code. On the same day, the Office of the United States Trustee appointed Alfred T. Giuliano (the "Trustee") as Chapter 7 trustee of the Debtor's estate, which appointment remains in effect. In accordance with the Trustee's obligation under 11 U.S.C. § 351, the Trustee hereby provides notice of the destruction of patient records if not claimed by September 15, 2023. Please contact the Trustee's attorney identified below for more information about the patient medical records and how they may be obtained: Jesse M. Harris, Esq. Fox Rothschild LLP 2000 Market Street, 20th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103-3222 (215) 299-2864 - direct (215) 299-2150 - fax jesseharris@foxrothschild.com www.foxrothschild.com Run: September 15, 2022 WNAXLP


INVITATION FOR SEALED BID (First date of publication: 8/30/2022 ADVOCAP, Inc. invites Sealed Bids from the interested parties for the milling and asphalt paving of the parking lot located at W911 Hwy 44, Markesan, WI. 1. The Bid document can be obtained from ADVOCAP, Inc. by contacting Justin McArthur at (920)922-7760 x3595 or justin.mcarthur@advocap.org 2. The Sealed Bid should be submitted to the below mentioned address by 1:00 PM CST on Friday, September 23, 2022. 3. All terms & conditions shall apply as per the Bid from. Place for submission of Sealed Bid: ADVOCAP Inc., SEAL BID PVHS PO BOX 1108 Fond du Lac, WI 54936-1108 Run: September 1, 2022 WNAXLP


l.STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, CALUMET COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF KURT W. OSTERMEIER Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) Case No. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth 07/25/1929 and date of death 01/30/2022 , was domiciled in Calumet County, State of Wisconsin , with a mailing address of W6455 Firelane 8, Menasha WI 54952 . 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent's estate is December 21, 2022 . 5. A claim may be filed at the Calumet County Courthouse, 206 Court Street, Chilton , Wisconsin, Room 112 . Mark Schubert 2401 East Enterprise Avenue, Appleton WI 54913 920-882-4070 Bar Number: 1000903 DATE SIGNED: September 7, 2022 Electronically signed by Rhonda Neumann, Probate Registrar Run: September 9, 16, 23, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Brown County is accepting bids for a blower/flare replacement project at the East Landfill located in DePere, WI. A non-mandatory pre-bid site visit is scheduled for Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 9:00am CDT. Specifications are available on-line at: www.browncountywi.gov Departments > Purchasing > Open Projects > Project 2534 and DemandStar at: www.demandstar.com All vendors are responsible for addendums. Bids are to be sent to the Brown County Clerk no later than 11:00 am CDT on Tuesday, October 4, 2022. Submit in a sealed envelope marked "Project 2534". A public bid opening (no in-person) will be conducted via WebEx. Call-in information will be provided via addendum. Brown County reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in bids. Late receipts, e-mails and facsimiles will not be accepted. Contact the Purchasing Office at 920-448-4049 if assistance is required. Published by Authority of Port & Resource Recovery By Patrick W. Moynihan, Jr. Brown County Clerk Run: September 8, 15, 2022 wnaxlp


LEGAL NOTICE Brown County is accepting bids for a boiler replacement project at the Resch Center located in Green Bay, WI. A mandatory pre-bid site visit is scheduled for Monday, September 19, 2022 at 9:00am CDT. Specifications are available on-line at: www.browncountywi.gov Departments > Purchasing > Open Projects > Project 2543 and DemandStar at: www.demandstar.com All vendors are responsible for addendums. Bids are to be sent to the Brown County Clerk no later than 11:00 am CDT on Wednesday, September 28, 2022. Submit in a sealed envelope marked "Project 2543". A public bid opening (no in-person) will be conducted via WebEx. Call-in information will be provided via addendum. Brown County reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in bids. Late receipts, e-mails and facsimiles will not be accepted. Contact the Purchasing Office at 920-448-4049 if assistance is required. Published by Authority of Park Department By Patrick W. Moynihan, Jr. Brown County Clerk Run: September 7, 14, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Brown County is accepting bids for an AV System for a flexible meeting room at the Central Library located in Green Bay, WI. A non-mandatory pre-bid site visit is scheduled for Thursday, September 15, 2022 at 9:00am CDT. Specifications are available on-line at: www.browncountywi.gov Departments > Purchasing > Open Projects > Project 2545 and DemandStar at: www.demandstar.com All vendors are responsible for addendums. Bids are to be sent to the Brown County Clerk no later than 11:00 am CDT on Tuesday, September 27, 2022. Submit in a sealed envelope marked "Project 2545". A public bid opening (no in-person) will be conducted via WebEx. Call-in information will be provided via addendum. Brown County reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in bids. Late receipts, e-mails and facsimiles will not be accepted. Contact the Purchasing Office at 920-448-4049 if assistance is required. Published by Authority of Library By Patrick W. Moynihan, Jr. Brown County Clerk Run: September 7, 13, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN that there will be an open meeting between the City of Fond du Lac and the Fond du Lac Fire Supervisory Association to establish ground rules and exchange initial issues to be negotiated between the parties. The meeting will be held on September19, 2022 at 10:00am at the Fond du Lac Fire Department, 815 S Main St., Fond du Lac, WI. Dated this 9th day of September, 2022 Margaret Hefter City Clerk Published: September 14, 2022 Run: September 14, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for a contractor to install flooring in various county buildings. There will be one non-mandatory site visit on September 28th at 8:00am. Reference RFB Section 3.0 for details and to pre-register. Bid specifications could be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 1:00 p.m. CT, October 11, 2022 in the Purchasing Office (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at that time. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or email bids will not be accepted. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: September 11, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for a contractor to provide an install a relief exhaust fan on one of our air handling units. There will be one non-mandatory site visit on September 27th at 8:00am. Reference RFB Section 3.0 for details and to pre-register. Bid specifications could be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CT, October 11, 2022 in the Purchasing Office (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at that time. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or email bids will not be accepted. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: September 11, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE The abandoned and delinquent moving and storage account of Antonio Adams unit #220 (5'x6') will be processed for liquidation on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at Dreifuerst & Sons Moving & Storage, LLC. 33 W. 2nd St., Fond du Lac, WI 54935. Persons claiming interest should contact Ben at (920) 322-6591 prior to the sale date. Dreifuerst & Sons Moving & Storage, LLC. 33 W. 2nd St. Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Run: September 11, 18, 2022 wnaxlp


LEGAL NOTICE The abandoned and delinquent moving and storage account of Lavone Wickliffe unit #235 (5'x8') will be processed for liquidation on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at Dreifuerst & Sons Moving & Storage, LLC. 33 W. 2nd St., Fond du Lac, WI 54935. Persons claiming interest should contact Ben at (920) 322-6591 prior to the sale date. Dreifuerst & Sons Moving & Storage, LLC. 33 W. 2nd St. Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Run: September 11, 18, 2022 wnaxlp


Legal Notice The Fond du Lac County Housing Authority is proposing changes to the Section 8 Administrative Plan regarding the waiting list and other miscellaneous changes. Copies of the proposed changes are available for public comment until October 27, 2022. For more information contact: Louise M. Gudex, Executive Director, Fond du Lac County Housing Authority, 15 North Marr Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Run: Sept. 4, 2022; wnaxlp


LEGAL NOTICE ANDERSON MINI STORAGE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice is hereby given that on 12th of October 2022 @ 9:00 am a public sale will be held for the purpose of satisfying a landlord's lien on the contents of self-storage units as listed, The personal property of lessee, Nick Zamora will be sold at the following location: 2480 Harrison St. Bids will be taken for the entire unit. The goods to be sold are described as follows: All property held in unit F19 but not limited to guitars, pressure washer, furniture, household and miscellaneous. Run: Sept. 25,Oct.2, 2022 WNAXLP


Legal Notice of Lien Sale In accordance with WI Statue, Chapter 704, Section 704.90 et.seq. NEW Storage intends to hold a public Lien Sale to satisfy operator's liens. Said liens are being enforced to satisfy operator's claims for delinquent rent and other charges. The items to be sold are the contents of leased spaces. The sale will be held on 9-10-2022 beginning at 9:00 A.M. at 2545 Velp Ave and will continue at 1911 Bellevue St until all rental spaces and their contents have been sold. Tenant names, rental unit numbers, and general description of contents are as follows: Velp: David Hoppe-A14: tool box, tools, fishing poles. Anthony Griffin-D23: lamps, speakers, couch, table. Jerry Adams-G13: snow shoes, tool box, fireplace. Olympia Webster-FF29: bike, bed, toys, grill. Bellevue: Abakar Oumar-F28: luggage, tote. Jeffry Boria-H34: window A/C, water cooler, helmet. Matthew Kaster-J26: cooler, shelf, bedframe. Kira Raleigh-L18: junked Monte Carlo, bikes, display cabinet. Andrew Helgeson-P6: hockey sticks, furniture, bed frame. Carlos Barrientos-V3: wood, tools. Lynn Robillard-W13: furniture. Alan Manislovich-GG23: couch, tools, stereo. Danny Beverly-HH13: rocking chairs, lamp, furniture. Most units have misc bags, boxes and totes. Owners of property may contact NEW Storage Velp at 920-434-7000 or NEW Storage Bellevue at 920-469-8333 by 9AM the day of the sale to redeem personal property by paying overdue rent and all fees in full. These payments must be made by cash, money order or credit card at the office. The terms of sale will be Cash only. All items sold "as is" with no warranties expressed or implied. All items are subject to withdrawal prior to auction. Rules & Regulations at the auction replace any previous notices. NEW Storage is not responsible for accidents on the premises. Announcements take precedence over printed listings. Run: September 2, 9, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE ONEIDA FAMILY COURT ORIGINAL HEARING BODY NOTICE OF HEARING RE: DOCKET case Number 22CS009 / 14PA199A, Oneida Nation Child Support Agency and Petitioner JENNIFER A LILLEY (DECEASED) v. Respondent NEVILLE A HARRIS A diligent attempt is made to notify the above individual of an action filed by the Oneida Nation Child Support Agency for a Petition for Child Support. A hearing shall take place on Thursday, October 20, 2022 at 10:20AM in the above captioned case at the Oneida Family Court; located at 2630 W. Mason St. Green Bay, WI 54303. Failure to appear may result in a default judgment. Please call (920) 496-7200 with any questions, Inquiries for pleadings and/or additional information may be directed to: Clerk of Court Oneida Family Court P.O. Box 19 Oneida, WI 54155 (920) 496-7200 Run: September 6, 13, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Setting Time and Notice to Interested Parties. The following estates are being prepared for probate by the The Oneida Nation, Land Commission Hearing Body, for: September 28th, 2022, beginning at 4:00 p.m. (via Microsoft Teams platform) In the Matter of the Estate of Nelson James Vande Hei, Case No. 2022 LCP 0001 1. An application for probate was filed. 2. The decedent with a date of birth of 5/27/2005 and date of death 3/13/2022, was an Oneida Nation member and domiciled on the Oneida Reservation at 2478 Oakwood Drive, Green Bay, WI54304. 3. The deadline to submit claims was 7/27/2022. 4. All interested persons are hereby noticed. In the Matter of the Estate of Peter David King, Case No. 2022 LCP 0002 1. An application for probate was filed. 2. The decedent with a date of birth of 9/01/1951 and date of death 2/14/2021, was an Oneida Nation member and domiciled on the Oneida Reservation at 3382 Belmar Road, Green Bay, WI 54313. 3. The deadline to submit claims was 7/27/2022. 4. All interested persons are hereby noticed. To attend a scheduled hearing virtually contact: Diane M. Wilson, Probate, Oneida Nation, Land Management, PO Box 365, Oneida, WI 54155, 920-869-6614 or dwilson@oneidanation.org Dated: 8/31/2022 Run: September 2, 9, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Setting Time and Notice to Interested Parties. The following estates are being prepared for probate by the The Oneida Nation, Land Commission Hearing Body, for: September 28th, 2022, beginning at 4:00 p.m. (via Microsoft Teams platform) In the Matter of the Estate of Nelson James Vande Hei, Case No. 2022 LCP 0001 1.An application for probate was filed. 2.The decedent with a date of birth of 5/27/2005 and date of death 3/13/2022, was an Oneida Nation member and domiciled on the Oneida Reservation at 2478 Oakwood Drive, Green Bay, WI54304. 3. The deadline to submit claims was 7/27/2022. 4.All interested persons are hereby noticed. In the Matter of the Estate of Peter David King, Case No. 2022 LCP 0002 1. An application for probate was filed. 2.The decedent with a date of birth of 9/01/1951 and date of death 2/14/2021, was an Oneida Nation member and domiciled on the Oneida Reservation at 3382 Belmar Road, Green Bay, WI 54313. 3.The deadline to submit claims was 7/27/2022. 4.All interested persons are hereby noticed. To attend a scheduled hearing virtually contact: Diane M. Wilson, Probate, Oneida Nation, Land Management, PO Box 365, Oneida, WI 54155, 920-869-6614 or dwilson@oneidanation.org Dated: 8/31/2022 Respectfully, Diane M. Wilson Run: Sept 2, 9; wnaxlp


LEGAL NOTICE The WILM Consortium 1290 North Avenue Cleveland, WI 53015 INQUIRY: ADM2308 DATE: September 19, 2022 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 1. We are submitting a request for proposal for Extract-Transformation-Load (ETL) Monitoring and Support for the WILM Consortium. An electronic copy of the items to be purchased can be obtained by emailing sandy.miller@gotoltc.edu. 2. Proposals will be accepted via email and must be sent to purchasing@gotoltc.edu. List the ADM number noted in the subject line: ADM2308 ETL Monitoring and Support. Proposals sent to any other email address will not be accepted and will be returned unopened and will not be considered for award. Any proposals received not properly and clearly marked and thus inadvertently opened will be rejected. 3. Please note that proposals must be received at the purchasing@gotoltc.edu email no later than October 3, 2022, 1:00 PM CST. This email address is dedicated to accepting proposals and bids only. It is not accessed until the time/date of proposal/bid opening. Proposals received after the date and time specified will be rejected. The received time and date is the time and date the email is received at LTC. We cannot and will not, under any circumstances accept late proposals. 4. Shortly after October 3, 2022 proposals will be reviewed. Award, if any, will be made as soon thereafter, as possible. 5. Published September 19, 2022 by authority of Lakeshore Technical College, 1290 North Avenue, Cleveland, Wisconsin 53015. 6. All proposals must be guaranteed for one hundred twenty (120) days after the date of opening. Sandy Miller Business Operations Specialist Run: September 19, 2022 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF ABRAMS Liquor Applications For 2022-2023 Notice is hereby given that the following applications for liquor licenses have been received by the Town of Abrams Clerk, Oconto County, Wisconsin for the following licenses: COMBINATION CLASS "A" 7E CO Minnesota LLC Anthony Wied, 2516 W Frontier Road Town of Abrams Jean Hansen Town Clerk Run: September 14, 2022 WNAXLP


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Erika Hernandez, 10x24 unit containing: household items, table, lp tank, fake plants, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends October 19, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. Run Date: September 27, 2022 wnaxlp


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Kade Forsberg, 10x16 unit containing: curio cabinet, mirror, household items, boxes, cooler, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends September 21, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. RUN: 9/1/22 WNAXLP


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Stephany Perez, 11x28 unit containing: household items, mattress, boxes sofa and misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends October 5, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. Run: September 12, 2022 WNAXLP


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Thomas Johnson, 10-24 unit containing: air mattress, totes, cooler, totes, boxes, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends September 28, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. RUN: 9/1/22 WNAXLP


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Courtney Cassell, 10x24 unit containing: household items, boxes, totes, fridge, dolly, coolers, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends September 28, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. RUN: 9/1/22 WNAXLP


LIEN SALE NOTICE The delinquent & abandoned storage accounts of: Dennis Comeaux, 11x30 unit containing: old camper, ice fishing shanty, golf clubs, misc. This unit will be sold to the highest bidder. Sale of contents will be as is. View and bid on contents at www.Bid13.com. Successful bidder will have 48 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. Sale date will start when listed and ends September 28, 2022, at 12pm. Location of stored contents: Superior Storage, 74 Halbach Court, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. RUN: 9/1/22 WNAXLP


LUXEMBURG-CASCO SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING Monday, October 3, 2022 Luxemburg-Casco District Office Conference Room 3:30 PM I. Call to Order A. Roll Call B. Pledge of Allegiance C. Acknowledge notification of meeting D. Approval of agenda E. Report next meeting dates II.Staff Leave Clarification III.Exchange initial proposal of the Luxemburg-Casco School District to the Luxemburg-Casco Education Association IV.CONSIDER POSSIBLE MOTION TO ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION The Committee will consider a motion to move to closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(1) (e) Wisconsin Statutes, 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. To wit: discussion of base wage increase for 2022-23 school year V.Reconvene to Open Session VI.Additional Meet and Confer items VII.Adjourn Run: September 28, 2022 WNAXLP


LUXEMBURG-CASCO SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING Wednesday, September 21, 2022 High School Multipurpose Room 7:00 PM I. Call to Order A. Roll Call B. Pledge of Allegiance C. Acknowledge notification of meeting D. Approval of agenda E. Report next meeting dates II. Public Comments The Board of Education recognizes the value of public comments on educational issues and the importance of allowing members of the public to express themselves on District matters. Prior to making a public comment, individuals must announce their name, address, and group affiliation (if applicable). Each speaker's comments are limited to 3 minutes. All statements are to be directed to the presiding officer. No person may address or question Board members individually. Speakers should not expect an immediate response or reaction to their comments. III. Board/Administration Opening Comments IV. Clerk/Treasurer Reports A. Clerk's Report - Approval of Minutes 1. August 17, 2022 - Regular Board Meeting B. Treasurer's Report 1. Approval of Financial Statements for August 2. Approval of Monthly Bills and Receipts for August V. Discussion Items A. Open Meetings Law /Closed Sessions VI. Administrative Reports A. Middle School CLT (Culture Leadership Team) - Restorative Practices VII. Board Reports/Action A. Business and Finance Consideration of: 1. Approval of Transportation for Kewaunee County Emergency Management 2. Approval of 2022-2023 Medical Advisor 3. Approval of Youth Apprenticeship Position for Buildings & Grounds 4. Approval to Use a Consent Agenda 5. Approval of Proposed Changes to School Board Meeting Agendas 6. Recommendation to Continue Using NEOLA as the District's Policy Service B. Personnel 1. Consideration of Employment a. Jacob Helgeson - Yearbook Advisor - High School b. Debra Liebeck - Full Time LEAP Aide c. Michelle Holewinski - Part Time Study Hall Aide - High School d. Katie DeMeuse - Part Time EBD Paraprofessional Aide - Intermediate School e. Debra Massart - Part Time EBD Paraprofessional Aide - Intermediate School f. Connie Austin - Part Time Cook - Middle/High School g. Jeff Jodar - Girls Basketball Coach - Middle School h. Savannah Bailey - YA Greenhouse Assistant - High School 2. Consideration of Resignations/Retirements a. Emily Wuest - Substitute Teacher b. Darlene Schnook - EBD Teacher - Intermediate School c. Katlyne Yost - Full Time Cook - High School d. Ana Rauch - Part Time Paraprofessional - Primary School 3. Discuss/ Approve addition of a Long Term Substitute Position for Special Ed. 4. Discuss/ Approve Proposal to Increase and Restructure Pay for HS Musical Positions 5. Discuss/ Approve Proposal to Create a Paid Student Representative Council Advisor Position 6. Discuss/ Approve Proposal to Create a Paid Mock Trial Advisor Position VIII. CONSIDER POSSIBLE MOTION TO ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION The Board will consider a motion to move to closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(1) (e) Wisconsin Statutes, 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 and (f) Considering financial, medical, social or personal histories or disciplinary data of specific persons, preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems or the investigation of charges against specific persons except where par. (b) applies which, if discussed in public, would be likely to have a substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of any person referred to in such histories or data, or involved in such problems or investigations To wit: (e) discussion and possible determination of base wage increase for collective bargaining process, (f) information regarding special education legal costs, (f) discussion regarding personnel matter IX. Reconvene to Open Session X. Board Reports/Action A. Take any action the board deems necessary following and/or related to Closed Session XI. Read Forward any Board Action XII. Adjourn This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business and is not considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. Any person wishing to attend who requires special accommodation because of a disability should contact the Administration Office at 920-845-2391 by 4:00 p.m. at least two business days prior to the meeting so that arrangements can be made. This meeting was submitted to be published in the Green Bay Press Gazette on Sunday, September 18 , 2022. The meeting notice was distributed on Friday, September 16, 2022 for posting to: Bank of Luxemburg (home office), Luxemburg Post Office, Casco Post Office, Nicolet Bank in Luxemburg and Fox Communities Credit Union in Luxemburg. Run: September 18, 2022 WNAXLP


LUXEMBURG-CASCO SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL MEETING - MUNICIPALITIES BOARD MEETING Wednesday, September 21, 2022 Luxemburg-Casco High School Multipurpose Room 6:00 PM AGENDA I. Call Meeting to Order II. District Planning Discussion III. 2022-23 Preliminary Budget Report IV. Questions from Municipal Leaders V. Adjourn This meeting was duly published in the Green Bay Press Gazette on September 18, 2022. The meeting notice was distributed on September 16, 2022 for posting to: Bank of Luxemburg (home office), Luxemburg Post Office, Casco Post Office, Nicolet Bank in Luxemburg and Fox Communities Credit Union in Luxemburg. Run: September 18, 2022 WNAXLP


MANITOWOC COUNTY PLANNING AND PARK COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Manitowoc County Planning and Park Commission will hold a public hearing at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, September 26, 2022 at the Manitowoc County Office Complex, 4319 Expo Drive, Manitowoc, Wisconsin on the following matters: Stahl Revocable Trust has petitioned for a zoning district map amendment for approximately 1.63 acres of land located in the NW1/4, NW1/4, Section 22, T21N-R23E, Town of Gibson, from EA, Exclusive Agriculture to RR, Rural Residential. A map of the property affected by the amendment may be obtained from the Planning and Park Commission. All interested persons are invited to attend and be heard. Applications and supporting materials are available for review in the office of the Manitowoc County Planning and Zoning Department, 4319 Expo Drive, Manitowoc, WI. For further information, call (920) 683 4185. James Falkowski, Chair Run: September 16, 19, 2022 wnaxlp


MEETING NOTICE CITY OF OSHKOSH JOINT REVIEW BOARD Notice is hereby given that the City of Oshkosh will hold a Joint Review Board (JRB) meeting on Monday, September 13, 2022 at 11:00am in City Hall Room 404, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh. The purpose of this meeting is for the JRB to consider approval of the resolution to be adopted by the City of Oshkosh Common Council on August 23, 2022 for purposes of considering the proposed Project Plan for TID No. 43 Mill on Main. The meeting is open to the public. Written public comments may be sent via mail addressed to Community Development, placed in the City Hall dropbox, or sent by e-mail to amaier@ci.oshkosh.wi.us. Written comments will be distributed to the Joint Review Board and made part of the public record of the meeting. Persons desiring information on the proposed District and Project Plan may contact the Planning Services Division at 920-236-5059 or planning@ci.oshkosh.wi.us. A copy of the proposed Project Plan is available for review in the Planning Services Office located at City Hall, 215 Church Ave., Room 204 and will be provided upon request. PUBLISHED: September 6, 2022 RUN: September 6, 2022 WNAXLP


MEETING NOTICE BOARD OF EDUCATION GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN The Board of Education will be meeting in the Green Bay Area Public School District Office Building located at 200 S. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54303. The meeting will take place in room #331 which is located on the 3rd floor. Some individuals will be joining via zoom and the meeting will be live streamed broadcasted on the Green Bay Area Public School District YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrBxEp_9xzauvGyUydBvV9g. This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business and is not to be considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. Members of the public wishing to address the Board may speak during the public forum or provide written comments in accordance with the procedures posted on the District's website (https://gbaps.org/our_district/board_of_education/board_meeting_protocol) and state law. Due to Wisconsin Open Meetings Laws the Board may not be able to address comments made during public input. When appropriate the Board may request the administration to reach out to a citizen regarding a concern they may have. Any special needs or any requests for accommodations related to accessing the meeting should be sent to kllehr@gbaps.org at least 24-hours in advance of the meeting. This would include any person for whom it would be burdensome or infeasible to use the primary method(s) of remote access established by the District. The Agenda will be available on the District's Web Site www.gbaps.org on the Friday preceding the meeting, the Agenda is incorporated by reference as part of this Notice. Any special needs or any requests for accommodations related to accessing the meeting should be sent to kllehr@gbaps.org at least 24-hours in advance of the meeting. This would include any person for whom it would be burdensome or infeasible to use the primary method(s) of remote access established by the District. The Agenda will be available on the District's Web Site www.gbaps.org on the Friday preceding the meeting, the Agenda is incorporated by reference as part of this Notice. SPECIAL BOARD MEETING Monday September 26, 2022 Open Session - 4:00 p.m. For the purpose of discussion: Interviews of Superintendent Search Consultants REGULAR BOARD MEETING Monday September 26, 2022 Open Session - Immediately Following Special Board Meeting The Board will convene in Open Session immediately following the Special Board Meeting to consider the agenda, and take action as deemed necessary, which will include an Open Forum, Consent Agenda, Impact of Reassessment of City Property on GBAPSD Pending Referendum, Head Start Program Guidelines and Operational Procedures Handbook and Policy Council By-Laws, Equity Diversity & Inclusion Taskforce Recommendations, Course Book for the 2023-24 School Year, Healthy Schools Meal Resolution, Policy 342.6 - Alternative Education Programs and Curriculum Modifications, Policy 370 - Co-Curricular Activities, Policy 453.7 - Concussions and Head Injuries in Student Athletic Activities, Policy 525 - Gifts to Staff and Solicitations of Staff, Policy 672 - Procurement and Purchasing, Rule 672 - Procurement Requirements and Methods, and Exhibit 672 - Purchase Thresholds for the Green Bay Area Public School District. For a full list of all items please reference the meeting agenda. Andrew Becker, School District Clerk September 21, 2022 Updated September 23, 2022 Run: Sept. 25, 2022; wnaxlp


MEETING NOTICE BOARD OF EDUCATION GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN The Board of Education will be meeting in the Green Bay Area Public School District Office Building located at 200 S. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54303. The open session meeting will take place in room #331, the closed session portion in room #337, both of which are located on the 3rd floor. Some individuals will be joining via zoom and the meeting will be live-stream broadcasted on the Green Bay Area Public School District YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrBxEp_9xzauvGyUydBvV9g. This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business and is not to be considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. Members of the public wishing to address the Board may speak during the public forum or provide written comments in accordance with the procedures posted on the District's website (https://gbaps.org/our_district/board_of_education/board_meeting_protocol) and state law. Due to Wisconsin Open Meetings Laws the Board may not be able to address comments made during public input. When appropriate, the Board may request the administration to reach out to a citizen regarding a concern they may have. Any special needs or any requests for accommodations related to accessing the meeting should be sent to kllehr@gbaps.org at least 24-hours in advance of the meeting. This would include any person for whom it would be burdensome or infeasible to use the primary method(s) of remote access established by the District. The Agenda will be available on the District's Web Site www.gbaps.org on the Friday preceding the meeting, the Agenda is incorporated by reference as part of this Notice. WORK SESSION Monday September 12, 2022 Closed Session - 4:30 p.m. Open Session - 5:00 p.m. The meeting will convene in Open Session at 4:30 p.m. with a motion to go into Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 19.85 (1)(a) and (f) - Considering financial, medical, social or personal histories or disciplinary data of specific persons, preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems or the investigation of charges against specific persons except where par. (b) applies which, if discussed in public, would be likely to have a substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of any person referred to in such histories or data, or involved in such problems or investigations; to wit: for the purpose of holding hearings under Wisconsin Statute 120.13(1)(c) and (e)3. The Board will reconvene in Open Session at 5:00 p.m. in room #331 pursuant to Section 19.85(2), Wisconsin Statute to consider the balance of the agenda which will include an Open Forum, Equity Diversity & Inclusion Taskforce Recommendations, Head Start Program Guidelines and Operational Procedures Handbook and Policy Council By-Laws, Healthy Schools Meal Resolution, Course Book for the 2023-24 school year, Charter School Update, Policy 342.6 - Alternative Education Programs and Curriculum Modifications, Policy 370 - Co-Curricular Activities, Policy 453.7 - Concussions and Head Injuries in Student Athletic Activities, Policy 525 - Gifts to Staff and Solicitations of Staff, Policy 672 - Procurement and Purchasing, Rule 672 - Procurement Requirements and Methods, and Exhibit 672- Purchase Thresholds for the Green Bay Area Public School District. The Board may reconvene in Closed Session after the conclusion of the Regular Board Meeting for such reasons noted in this posting and pursuant to a proper motion. The Board may return to open session to vote on items discussed in Closed Session. OTHER MEETINGS Community Engagement Session - Referendum Tuesday, September 20, 2022 - 6-8 p.m. Preble High School Commons, 2222 Deckner Ave, Green Bay, WI 54302 Community Engagement Session - Referendum Thursday, September 22, 2022 - 6-8 p.m. West High School Library, 966 Shawano Ave, Green Bay, WI 54303 Andrew Becker, School District Clerk September 7,2022 Run: Sept. 11, 2022 WNAXLP


MEETING OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MANITOWOC COUNTY, WISCONSIN Tuesday, August 16, 2022 6:00 P.M. Pursuant to Wis. Stats. 59.04, the County Board of Supervisors of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin convened in open session at the Heritage Building, in the City of Manitowoc, being the 16th day of August 2022, for the purpose of transacting business as a Board of Supervisors. Chairperson Martell called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. Supervisor Wagner gave the invocation, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag by the entire assemblage. Roll call: 22 members were present at the time of voting for ordinances and resolutions: Behnke, Brey, Engelbrecht, Falkowski, Gerroll, Hacker, Hansen, Heller, Jadowski, Klein, Maresh, Martell, Metzger, Muench, Naidl, Neils, Phipps, Shimulunas, Sitkiewitz, Vogt, Wagner, and Weiss. Supervisors Baumann, Linsmeier, and Zimmer were excused. On a motion by Supervisor Behnke, seconded by Supervisor Heller, the July 19, 2022 meeting minutes were approved on a unanimous vote. PUBLIC INPUT OPPORTUNITY FOR CITIZENS TO PRESENT THEIR VIEWS Chairperson Martell declared public comment open at 6:05 p.m. Rieck Beiersdorf, Town of Meeme, provided information regarding the ordinance for the amendment of the zoning map pertaining to his property. Maura Yost, Town of Centerville, advocated for a referendum question pertaining to the half-cent sales tax. No one else present wished to speak, subsequently Chairperson Martell closed public input at 6:11 p.m. REPORTS OF COUNTY SUPERVISORS, OFFICERS, AND DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS County Executive Bob Ziegelbauer and Chairperson Martell presented Proclamation Declaring September as Juror Appreciation Month to Clerk of Court Director Lynn Zigmunt. APPOINTMENTS BY COUNTY EXECUTIVE Chairperson Martell presented County Executive Ziegelbauer's appointments of Supervisor James Falkowski and Jill Pope to the Land Information Council for a two year term expiring September 2024. Supervisor Wagner moved, seconded by Supervisor Hansen to approve the appointments. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. COMMITTEE REPORTS ON MEETINGS, PETITIONS, RESOLUTIONS, ORDINANCES Planning & Park Commission: Supervisor Falkowski gave a brief report. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Vogt to adopt Resolution 2022/2023-21 Accepting Donation for the Manitowoc County Planning and Parks Commission (Geof and Carla Liban). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Maresh to adopt Resolution 2022/2023-22 Accepting Donation for the Manitowoc County Planning and Parks Commission (Manitowoc County Fish and Game Protective Association/FORWARD Endowment). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Hacker to enact Ordinance 2022/2023-23 Amending Zoning Map (Allen A. and Jeanette Miller Revocable Living Trust). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Neils to enact Ordinance 2022/2023-24 Amending Zoning Map (Rieck and Sandra Beiersdorf). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Maresh to enact Ordinance 2022/2023-25 Amending Zoning Map (Edwin Reif). Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Aging and Disability Board: Supervisor Wagner gave a brief report. Executive Committee Chairperson Martell gave a brief report. Expo-Ice Center Board: Supervisor Sitkiewitz gave a brief report. County Executive Bob Ziegelbauer and Chairperson Martell presented Proclamation Commending Tess Salm Manitowoc County "Fairest of the Fair" to Expo and Fair Representative Dick Pollen. Highway Committee: Supervisor Behnke gave a brief report. Land Conservation Committee/UW-Extension Education and Agriculture Committee: Supervisor Wagner gave a brief report. Public Safety Commission: Supervisor Falkowski gave a brief report. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Engelbrecht to adopt Resolution 2022/2023-26 Authorizing Acceptance of the Tribal and Local Law Enforcement Agency Initiative Grant Funds. Upon vote, the motion carried unanimously. Public Works Committee: Supervisor Gerroll gave a brief report. ADJOURNMENT Supervisor Brey moved to adjourn, seconded by Supervisor Muench, and the motion was adopted by acclamation. The meeting adjourned at 6:36 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jessica Backus, Manitowoc County Clerk ** The County Board Meeting is available for viewing at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5FGR1Wq1Oo Run: September 27, 2022 WNAXLP


MID-STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD MEETING MINUTES Wisconsin Rapids Campus July 11, 2022 A. CALL TO ORDER Kristin Crass The meeting was called to order at 4:35 p.m. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Betty Bruski Mallek, Kristin Crass, Justin Feltz, Richard Merdan, Lynneia Miller, Charles Spargo, Are Vang, and Dr. Shelly Mondeik EXCUSED: Craig Gerlach and Gordon Schalow OTHERS: Greg Bruckbauer, Dr. Karen Brzezinski, Dr. Bobbi Damrow, Dr. Mandy Lang, Brad Russell, Dr. Deb Stencil, Angie Susa, and Mike Vilcinskas B. OPEN MEETING CERTIFICATION Kristin Crass The meeting notice was verified; stating that this meeting of the Mid-State Technical College District Board was announced to the public in an attempt to keep the citizens of the district aware of the date, time and place of the meeting. C. OPEN FORUM Kristin Crass The meeting was opened for comments from the audience. No one wished to address the Board. D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Motion by Ms. Bruski Mallek, seconded by Ms. Vang, upon a voice vote, unanimously approved minutes from the board meeting held June 20, 2022 as presented. E. CONSENT AGENDA Motion by Mr. Spargo, seconded by Ms. Miller, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved the following consent agenda items: 1. The district's bills for the month of June 2022 were presented in Exhibit B. These bills totaled $468,837.63 of which $383,051.91 represents operational expenditures and $85,785.72 represents capital expenditures. The district's payroll for the month of June totaled $1,473,542.19 plus $16,785.04 for travel and miscellaneous reimbursements and $634,377.18 in fringe benefits. The district's bills and payroll totaled $2,581,241.72. 2. Entered into the following contracted service agreements: Agreement # Contracted Service: Amount 146806 Heartsaver CPR AED $ 630.00 146807 Ergonomic Basics $ 150.00 146808 HS FA/CPR Skill Test for Online Course $ 590.00 146809 BLS Basic Life Support Provider $ 2,445.00 146810 Industrial First Aid $ 3,150.00 146811 Mock Code Simulation Training $ 3,168.00 146812 BLS Renewal $ 650.00 3. Approved the following procurement(s) for goods and services: Amount Company College Division/Dept. No procurements required Board action. F. CHAIRPERSON'S REPORT Kristin Crass 1. Board members were welcomed to the meeting. Mr. Schalow asked to be excused. 2. The Summer Boards Association meeting will be held July 21-23 in Wausau. Ms. Bruski Mallek and Mr. Merdan plan to attend. Joe Kinsella will be recognized during the July 22 banquet. 3. ACCT Leadership Congress will be held October 26-29 in New York. Ms. Bruski Mallek, Mr. Merdan and Ms. Miller plan to attend. 4. Future meeting dates (times unless otherwise announced: MONTHLY MEETING Committee-of-the-Whole: 5:00 p.m. Monday, August 15, 2022 Board Meeting: Following Committee- Wisconsin Rapids Campus of-the-Whole G. PRESIDENT'S REPORT Dr. Shelly Mondeik 1. Dr. Mondeik announced receipt of a letter of resignation from Craig Gerlach. She thanked Mr. Gerlach for his service and wished him well in future endeavors. 2. Dr. Mondeik highlighted recent campus activities including naming of the Adams Campus Community Engagement Room in honor of Robert Beaver and the upcoming AMETA Site Dedication event on July 22 in Stevens Point. 3. The WTCS Board will meet this week and consider final approval of Mid-State's AMETA project. H. COMMITTEE REPORTS 1. FINANCE & INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE Charles Spargo a. TREASURER'S REPORT: Due to year-end timing, the report will be provided next month. b. FINANCE IMPLICATIONS FOR TOPICS IN OTHER COMMITTEES: No topics discussed. 2. ACADEMIC & STUDENT SERVICES COMMITTEE Betty Bruski Mallek a. PROGRAM SUSPENSIONS: As an informational housekeeping item, two programs were presented for suspension. The HVAC Technical Diploma Program began in June 2020 and would have no student impact with suspension. Mid-State has programming in place for anyone interested in this field. The Criminal Justice Corrections Associate Degree program was launched in 1977 and curriculum modified in 2017. Suspension of this program removes the programs from the books with no student impact. Mid-State has had programming in this field in place for a number of years. b. TELEPRESENCE: Telepresence is offered as a course delivery mode option for students. Those taking telepresence courses will now have an instructional video playing at the start of class providing an improved experience for Mid-State students. The video was shared. 3. HUMAN RESOURCES & EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE Lynneia Miller a. NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION: Mid-State's New Employee Orientation program was highlighted. A feedback survey is administered following orientation and results were shared. b. WAT GRANTS: Workforce Advancement Training grants were highlighted. The competitive grant process awarded $71,000 grants to Mid-State District this year serving 200 individuals. I. COMMITTEE-OF-THE-WHOLE 1. BOARD OFFICERS: Discussion regarding Mid-State's 2022-2023 Board Officers was held during Committee-of-the-Whole. State Statutes require all Wisconsin Technical College's meet the second Monday of July for an annual organizational meeting. Appointed Board members were seated and officers elected. Ms. Crass called for nominations for Chairperson. Mr. Spargo nominated Kristin Crass for Chairperson, seconded by Ms. Miller. Ms. Crass called three times for other nominations. Hearing none, Mr. Spargo moved that nominations be closed and a unanimous ballet be cast for Kristin Crass, seconded by Ms. Miller, and unanimous upon a roll call vote. Ms. Crass called for nominations for Vice Chairperson. Ms. Bruski Mallek nominated Richard Merdan for Vice Chairperson, seconded by Mr. Spargo. Ms. Crass called three times for other nominations. Hearing none, Mr. Spargo moved that nominations be closed and a unanimous ballet be cast for Richard Merdan, seconded by Ms. Bruski Mallek, and unanimous upon a roll call vote. Ms. Crass called for nominations for Secretary. Mr. Spargo nominated Lynneia Miller for Secretary, seconded by Ms. Bruski Mallek. Ms. Crass called three times for other nominations. Hearing none, Mr. Spargo moved that nominations be closed and a unanimous ballet be cast for Lynneia Miller, seconded by Ms. Bruski Mallek, and unanimous upon a roll call vote. Ms. Crass called for nominations for Treasurer. Mr. Merdan nominated Charles Spargo for Treasurer, seconded by Ms. Miller. Ms. Crass called three times for other nominations. Hearing none, Mr. Merdan moved that nominations be closed and a unanimous ballet be cast for Charles Spargo, seconded by Ms. Miller, and unanimous upon a roll call vote. 2. BOARD COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS: Discussion regarding Mid-State Board Committees and District Boards Association Committees was held. Assignments for the 2022-2023 year are as follows: Finance & Infrastructure: Kristin Crass, Gordon Schalow (chair), Charles Spargo Academic & Student Services: Betty Bruski Mallek, Justin Feltz, Are Vang (chair) Human Resources & External Relations: Richard Merdan (chair), Lynneia Miller 3. MEETING STRUCTURE AND DELIVERY FORMAT: Following discussion, the Board will continue to operate with the same committee meeting structure as is in place and will continue to offer a telephone conference line for anyone who is unable to attend the meeting in person and wishes to participate. J. DISCUSSION & ACTION 1. OUTCOMES BASED FUNDING: An overview of Mid-State's FY23 Outcomes Based Funding distribution was provided. In addition, categories for selection were outlined and comparison with WTCS colleges was provided. K. ADJOURNMENT Kristin Crass There being no further action or business of the Board, the meeting adjourned at 5:28 p.m. with a motion by Ms. Bruski Mallek, seconded by Ms. Vang, upon a voice vote. Lynneia Miller, Secretary Angela R. Susa Mid-State Technical College Board Recording Secretary Run: September 20, 2022 WNAXLP


Minutes of REGULAR MEETING The Board of Education Wausau School District A Regular Meeting of the Board of Education of the Wausau School District was held Monday, August 8, 2022, beginning at 5:00 PM in the Nicholson Board Room, 415 Seymour Street, Wausau, Wisconsin 54403. Present: Bouche; Creisher; McKee; Nikolai; Reyes; Trollop; Vandenberg; and Webster. I. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order at 5:00 pm II. ROLL CALL III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE IV. READING OF THE MISSION STATEMENT V. PUBLIC AND STUDENT COMMENT There were none. VI. APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA (Action Requested) The Consent Agenda was approved inclusive of Appointments, Separations, Leaves of Absence, Retirements, Minutes, Payment of Bills/Budget Status and Investment Report, and Donations to the District. VII. Fall 2022 - Middle School Rejuvenation - Standard Based Grading, Schedules, etc Dr. Phelps and Dr. Galligan shared an update on the middle school schedule and standards-based grading. VIII. Whole Child Whole Wausau Service Strand Update Diana White provided an update on the Service Strand of the strategic plan. IX. OLD/RECURRING BUSINESS A. Share Preliminary Design Plans for South Mountain As referendum funded improvement plans develop for each facility, the Board sees the updates when the designs reach 50% completion. The current plans for South Mountain Elementary were shared with the Board. B. Design Plans for Stettin (Action Requested) Vandenberg moved to approve plan designs for Stettin Elementary School as presented to be issued for bidding, seconded by McKee. The motion carried 8-0. C. Developer Agreement for Hawthorn Hills Road (Action Requested) Webster moved to authorize administration to finalize and sign the developer's agreement on behalf of the School Board, seconded by Trollop. The motion carried 8-0. X. NEW BUSINESS There was none. XI. OPEN FORUM A. Board Member Professional Growth & Development Report B. Legislative Liaison Brief comments were made. C. Superintendent Commentary D. Presiding Officer Commentary There was none. XII. ADJOURN The meeting adjourned at 6:38 pm. Respectfully Submitted, Karen Vandenberg, Board Clerk Run: September 16, 2022 WNAXLP


MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC HEARING OF THE CITY OF OCONTO COUNCIL HELD ON JULY 12, 2022 AT 6:00 PM IN THE CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1210 MAIN ST, OCONTO, WI 54153 Public Hearing called to order at 6:00 pm by Mayor John Panetti Public Notice: Petition for Nick Badendick for Conditional Use Permit for Parcels #265-28130151583H to allow for a dealership permit located at 150 N Katch Drive Mayor Panetti asked 3 times for comment and input, hearing none. Motion BY Wittkopf second by Mehlberg to close the public hearing at 6:02 pm. Voice Vote: 5 ayes - M/C MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY OF OCONTO COUNCIL HELD ON JULY 12, 2022 AT 6:00 PM IN THE CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1210 MAIN ST, OCONTO, WI 54153 Meeting of the Regular Council called to order at 6:02 pm by Mayor John Panetti Roll Call: Present: Mayor John Panetti, City Attorney Frank Calvert; Alderpersons: Butch Mehlberg, Steve Stock, John Wittkopf, Patsy Bake, Jean Feldt (arrived at 6:04 pm), and Robert LeBreck; Also present: Police Chief Mike Rehberg, Fire Chief Josh Bostedt, Board of Public Works Director Jeremy Wusterbarth, City Administrator Brittney Bickel and as recording secretary, and other interested parties Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance by Alderperson John Wittkopf Motion by Stock second by Bake to approve the agenda as presented for the Council meeting on July 12, 2022. Voice Vote: 5 ayes - M/C Motion by Wittkopf second by LeBreck to approve the minutes as presented for the Regular Council meeting on June 14, 2022 and the Special Council meeting on June 29, 2022. Voice Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Correspondence/Public Input: 1.Alderperson Jean Feldt 2.Alderperson Steve Stock 3.Marly Thomson, 106 Robin Lane 4.Dale Thomson, 106 Robin Lane 5.Mayorn John Panetti 6.Riley Sowle, 1240 McDonald St Consent Agenda a. Approval of Department Reports as Presented b.Approval of Accounts Payable for the Month of June 2022 in the Amount of $276,910.78, Payroll for the Month of June 2022 in the Amount of $263,455.08, and Other Financial Reports as Presented c. Approval of An Ordinance Regarding Revisions to the Government and Administration Ordinance in the Municipal Code of Ordinances for the City of Oconto - Order of Business - 5-Minute Public Input Rule Motion by LeBreck second by Feldt to approve the consent agenda. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Council voted at 6:22 p.m. to convene into Closed Session pursuant to notice duly given and as allowed by Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(e) for the purpose of 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 and Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(g) for the discussion on litigation for the following items: i.Bid for City Property ii.Discussion of Legal Matters Motion by Wittkopf second by Stock to convene into closed session at 6:22 pm. Voice Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Roll Call: Mayor John Panetti, City Attorney Frank Calvert, City Administrator Brittney Bickel, Police Chief Mike Rehberg, Fire Chief Josh Bostedt, Board of Public Works Director Jeremy Wusterbarth, Butch Mehlberg, Steve Stock, John Wittkopf, Patsy Bake, Jean Feldt, Robert LeBreck, Bill Galik, and Julie Galik Council voted to reconvene into Open Session at 6:42 p.m. pursuant to notice duly given and as allowed by Wis. Stat. 19.85(2) for discussion/recommendation from Closed Session. Motion by Wittkopf second by Feldt to reconvene into open session at 6:42 pm. Voice Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Motion by LeBreck second by Wittkopf to accept offer for sale of city property - parcel #265-30181201545 & 265-30181341559. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Discussion/Recommendation on a. An Ordinance Regarding Revisions to the Government and Administration Ordinance in the Municipal Code of Ordinances for the City of Oconto - Meetings of the Common Council - Third Tuesday of the Month Motion by Stock second by Feldt to approve the ordinance as presented. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 5 ayes, 1 nay (Wittkopf) - M/C b. Approval of Application for Original Alcohol Beverage Retail License Christine A. Reed French Town Franks 303 Brazeau Ave Motion by LeBreck second by Feldt to approve the application as presented. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C c. Approval of Application for Original Alcohol Beverage Retail License Anita Jensen Oconto Riviera, LLC 1240 McDonald St Motion by Feldt second by Mehlberg to Table the application. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C d. Allowing Golf Carts on Smith Ave & Brazeau Ave Motion by Wittkopf second by Feldt to approve golf carts on Smith Ave & Brazeau Ave. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C e. Allowing Recreational Vehicles over the Walking Bridge Motion by Wittkopf second by Stock to approve recreation vehicles over the walking bridge with the exception of snowmobiles. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 3 ayes, 3 nays (Mehlberg, Feldt, LeBreck) - Mayor Panetti voted aye - M/C Recommendation from Utility Commission and Board of Public Works: f. Approval of pay request #2 from Superior Sewer & Water for the reconstruction of Jones Ave in the amount of $276,608.56 Motion by Wittkopf second by Feldt to approve the pay request as presented.Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Recommendation from Board of Public Works: g. Garbage bag proposal Motion by Feldt second by Bake to approve the proposal as presented from Unipak Corp.Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C h. Proposed parking solution on Park Ave / Main St - Tabled at Board of Public Works - BYPASSED i. Eliminate all-way stop at Pine Ave & Doran Ave - Denied at Board of Public Works - BYPASSED j. Amend no parking ordinance on Milledge Ave from Main St 114 feet North on Milledge to 30-minute parking zone from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday - Tabled at Board of Public Works - BYPASSED Recommendation from Utility Commission: k. Approval of invoice from Crane Engineering for $11,057.00 for repairs to equipment at the WWTP. Motion by Stock second by Mehlberg to approve the invoice as presented. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Recommendation from Plan Commission: l. Petition from Nick Badendick for Conditional Use Permit for Parcels #265-28130151583H to allow for a dealership permit located at 150 N Katch Drive Motion by LeBreck second by Feldt to approve the CUP for Nick Badendick as presented. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C m. Text Amendment(s) to the 20-Year Comprehensive Plan Motion by Feldt second by Mehlberg to approve the text amendment as presented. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Motion by Wittkopf second by Feldt to adjourn at 7:18 pm. Voice Vote: 6 ayes - M/C Meeting minutes approved 08/23/22. For more detailed meeting information or supporting documents, visit City Hall 1210 Main Street, Oconto or https://cityofoconto.com/agendas-minutes/ Run: September 7, 2022 WNAXLP


MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CITY OF OCONTO COUNCIL HELD ON JULY 26, 2022 AT 4:00 PM IN THE CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1210 MAIN ST, OCONTO, WI 54153 Meeting of the Special Council called to order at 4:00 pm by Council President Steve Stock Roll Call Present: Mayor John Panetti (via Zoom), City Attorney Frank Calvert; Alderpersons: Butch Mehlberg, Steve Stock, John Wittkopf, Jean Feldt, and Robert LeBreck; Also present: Police Chief Mike Rehberg and City Administrator Brittney Bickel and as recording secretary; Excused: Patsy Bake Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance by Alderperson Bob LeBreck Motion by Feldt second by Mehlberg to approve the agenda as presented for the Special Council meeting on July 26, 2022. Voice Vote: 5 ayes - M/C Correspondence/Public Input: Alderperson Mehlberg asked about food truck permits. Discussion/Recommendation on a. Approval of Original Alcohol Beverage Retail License Application - Play By Play, LLC - 211 Superior Ave Motion by Feldt second by LeBreck to approve the application as presented. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 5 ayes - M/C b. Approval of Application for Temporary Class B Retailers License - Oconto Elks Lodge 887 - Oconto Girls Softball Tournament August 5th - August 7th, 2022 Motion by Wittkopf second by Feldt to approve the application as presented. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 5 ayes - M/C Council voted at 4:06 p.m. to convene into Closed Session pursuant to notice duly given and as allowed by Wis. Stats. 19.85(1)(c) for the discussion on personnel matters for the following items: i. City Hall hire of chosen candidate Motion by Wittkopf second by Mehlberg to convene into closed session at 4:06 pm. Voice Vote: 5 ayes - M/C Roll Call: City Attorney Frank Calvert, City Administrator Brittney Bickel, Butch Mehlberg, Steve Stock, John Wittkopf, Jean Feldt, and Robert LeBreck Council voted to reconvene into Open Session at 4:24 p.m. pursuant to notice duly given and as allowed by Wis. Stat. 19.85(2) for discussion/recommendation from Closed Session. Motion by Wittkopf second by Feldt to reconvene into open session at 4:24 pm. Voice Vote: 5 ayes - M/C Motion by LeBreck second by Wittkopf to hire the chosen candidate. Voice Recorded Roll Call Vote: 5 ayes M/C Motion by Wittkopf second by Mehlberg to adjourn at 4:26 pm. Voice Vote: 5 ayes - M/C Meeting minutes approved 08/23/22. For more detailed meeting information or supporting documents, visit City Hall 1210 Main Street, Oconto or https://cityofoconto.com/agendas-minutes/ September 7, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE On September 19, 2022, a resolution was offered, adopted and approved by the City of Two Rivers, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin (the "Municipality"), whereby the Municipality authorized and directed the issuance and sale of up to $355,975 Water System Revenue Bonds, Series 2022. The closing on these Bonds will be held on September 28, 2022. A copy of all proceedings had to date with respect to the authorization and sale of said Bonds is on file and may be examined in the office of the City Clerk. This Notice is given pursuant to Section 893.77, Wisconsin Statutes, which provides that an action or proceeding to contest the validity of such municipal financing, for other than constitutional reasons, must be commenced within thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this Notice. Dated: September 20, 2022. CITY OF TWO RIVERS, WISCONSIN Jamie Jackson, City Clerk Run: September 22, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE The Manitowoc County Board of Supervisors enacted Ordinance No. 2022/2023-27 Amending Zoning Map (William Schisel and Niccole Holmes). The ordinance rezones 8.221 acres of land in the Town of Manitowoc Rapids from Rural Residential (RR) District to Commercial Business (CB) District. These ordinances were enacted at the September 20, 2022 County Board session. The full text of this ordinance may be obtained by calling the County Clerk at 920-683-4003; or accessed through the county's website at: www.manitowoccountywi.gov Respectfully submitted, Jessica Backus, County Clerk Respectfully submitted, Jessica Backus, County Clerk Run: Sept. 25, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice The Planning Commission will meet on September 15th, 2022 at 6:00 pm at the Town Hall, W5990 Pioneer Road, Fond du Lac, WI at the request of Jeremy Henning to review a special use request for a residential solar panel system at N4998 Co. Rd. K, Fond du Lac, WI 54937. Note:Town board members may be in attendance for information gathering purposes but will not take any action. Interested parties are encouraged to attend. All plan commission decisions are recommendations; the town board makes the final decision based on the recommendation. Agenda 1.Call to order and notice of open hearing. 2.Approval of minutes from previous meeting 3.Review request for solar panel special use permit (Jeremy Henning) a.Location: N4998 Co Rd K, Fond du Lac, WI 54937 (Parcel Number: T09-15-17-36-13-004-00) b.Request is to install a 2x13 panel array with 26 total ground mounted solar panels on the property. 4.Consider the addition of a multi family zoning district (with considerations for sewer, water, buffer zones, etc.) 5.Elect or appoint a new member to serve as secretary 6.Adjournment Run: Sept. 8, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE The undersigned has applied to the Common Council of the City of Manitowoc for a combination "Class A" Retail Intoxicating Liquor & Fermented Malt Beverage License to sell beer and liquor: ALQ-2212A: 7E CO MINNESOTA, LLC; BRIANNA VANNE, AGENT; Business Address, 5050 HECKER RD; Home Address, 1014 23RD ST, TWO RIVERS, WI 54221 MACKENZIE REED-KADOW, City Clerk RUN: Sept. 14,15,16,2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Path Petroleum Inc., Hari B. Adhikari-Agent Residing at 2279 W. Parshing St. #20, Appleton, WI has applied to the Board of the Village of Oakfield for Class A beer, Class A liquor, and Class A cider retail licenses. Location: 127 E. Church Street, Oakfield WI 53065 Miriam Thomas-Village Clerk/Treasurer Run: September 14, 15, 16, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE TOWN OF OAKFIELD Board of Appeals HEARING September 21, 2022, 6:00 p.m. Town Hall at N3349 Oak Center Road, Oakfield, WI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.at the Town Hall in Oak Center, N3349 Oak Center Road, the Town of Oakfield Board of Appeals will conduct a public hearing for the consideration of a variance request from Stephen Lonnee. The variance would be for the construction of an outbuilding at a distance from the center of a public roadway less than the 100 feet minimum allowed under Section 9.4 (H) (3) of the Town of Oakfield Zoning Ordinance and over commonly owned lots or at a distance from the nearest lot line less than the 25 feet minimum allowed under Section 9.4 (F) and 9.4 (G) of the Town of Oakfield Zoning Ordinance. The variance request pertains to parcels located at or adjacent to N4786 Maple Drive in the Town of Oakfield, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. These parcels are described as: T151416030400900: S3 T14N R16E LOT 7 CSM #1001-6-161 LOC IN SE 1/4 NE 1/4 T151416030401000: S3 T14N R16E OUTLOT A CSM #1001-6-161 LOC IN SE 1/4 NE 1/4 T151416030401100: S3 T14N R16E CSM #452-4-52 LOC IN SE 1/4 NE 1/4 The hearing is open to the public and all interested parties are encouraged to attend. Members of the Oakfield Town Board may be present. For more information contact Town Clerk Nicole Schauer at (920) 517-6727. Dated this 7th day of September 2022 Town of Oakfield Board of Appeals RUN: Sept. 7, 14, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE ADOPTION OF SEVERAL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS FOR THE TOWN OF LEDGEVIEW / Notice is hereby given that the Ledgeview Town Board enacted the following on August 1, 2022: Resolution R-2022-041 - A Resolution Authorizing the Urban Forestry Grant and Urban Forestry Catastrophic Storm Grant Programs / Ordinance O-2022-017 - An Ordinance to Rezone 3350 Trestle Road, Portions of D-91-1 and D-91 from AG-FP Agriculture Farmland Preservation to A-2 Agriculture / Ordinance O-2022-014 - An Ordinance to Rezone 0 Glenmore Road, Portions of D-308-4 from AG-FP Agriculture Farmland Preservation to A-2 Agriculture & Ordinance O-2022-019 - An Ordinance for a Condition Use Permit Allowing Truck and Automobile Parts Wholesale at 1275 Rockland Road / Notice is hereby given that the Ledgeview Town Board enacted the following on September 6, 2022: Ordinance O-2022-020 - An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 94 Streets & Sidewalks to Create Article VIII, Public Improvements and Assessments / Notice is hereby given that the Sanitary District No. 2 enacted the following on September 7, 2022: Preliminary Resolution SD-R-2022-05 - Declaring Intent to Exercise Special Assessment Powers for Sanitary Sewer and Water Main Installation on Monroe Road (CT HGV) and Brayden Lane / The full text of the above stated Ordinances and Resolutions may be obtained at the Clerk's office, located at the Ledgeview Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115 or via the Town's website at www.ledgeviewwisconsin.com. For additional information contact the Clerk's office at 920-336-3360 ext. 104 / s/ Jennifer L. Broich / Clerk, Town of Ledgeview / Posted: September 9, 2022 / Published: September 12, 2022 Run: Sept. 12, 2022; wnaxlp


NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR QUOTES / SANITARY SEWER CLEANING AND TELEVISING / PLEASE TAKE NOTICE The Public Works Department of the Town of Ledgeview Sanitary District, Wisconsin will accept quotes for SANITARY SEWER CLEANING AND TELEVISING for years 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027. Quotes will be received by the Town of Ledgeview Sanitary District, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115, until 10:00 a.m. on Friday, September 30, 2022. / All quotes shall be submitted on Town forms. / Forms and specifications may be obtained at the Town of Ledgeview website: www.ledgeviewwisconsin.com. / The Town reserves the right to waive any informality in any quote and reject any or all quotes. Further information regarding the above can be requested by contacting the Director of Public Works, Greg Potts, via email at gpotts@ledgeviewwisconsin.com. / Dated this 15th day of September 2022. / s/ Jennifer L. Broich / Clerk, Town of Ledgeview / Posted: Sept 16, 2022 Run: September 20, 27, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE BUDGET REVISIONS COUNTY BOARD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at the September 13, 2022, meeting of the Fond du Lac County Board of Supervisors, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, the following revisions were made to the 2022 Fond du Lac County Budget: That the 2022 Board of Health Budget be revised to reflect the acceptance of a $34,314 Opioid Fatality Review grant. That the 2022 Sheriff's Office Budget be revised to reflect the acceptance of $96,041 in funding for the purchase of mobile data computers in patrol vehicles. That the 2022 Finance Department Budget be revised to reflect an appropriation of $114,893 for implementation of new cashiering and point of sale software to integrate with the new Oracle Fusion Cloud system. That the 2022 Finance Department Budget be revised to reflect an appropriation of $42,393 for the implementation of scheduling and timekeeping software for integration with the new Oracle Fusion Cloud system. Lisa Freiberg, County Clerk RUN 9/18/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE FOR PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing as required by the General Code of Ordinances for Marathon County Chapter 17 Zoning Code will be held by the Marathon County Board of Adjustment at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, September 22, 2022, Marathon County Courthouse Assembly Room B-105 500 Forest Street Wausau 54403, at which time the Board of Adjustment will consider the following: Persons wishing to attend the meeting by phone may call into the telephone conference beginning fifteen (15) minutes prior to the start time indicated above using the following number: Phone Number: 1-408-418-9388 Access Code/Meeting Number: 2482 290 3069 PLEASE NOTE: If you are prompted to provide an "Attendee Identification Number" enter the # sign. No other number is required to participate in the telephone conference. When you enter the telephone conference, PLEASE PUT YOUR PHONE ON MUTE! 1. Approval of the July 28, 2022, minutes. 2. Application of Cody Milanowski on behalf of Theresa Milanowski for a conditional use permit for the purpose of placing a shipping container within the C-V/R-C Conservancy and Recreation zoning district for the purpose of storing clay targets, part of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 , Section 3, Township 27 North, Range 10 East, Town of Elderon identified as parcel pin #022.2710.031.0989. 3. The Application of Paul Hensch, (Administrator) on behalf of The Village of Spencer for a conditional use permit for the purpose of a gun range within the C-V/R-C Conservancy and Recreation zoning district. Conditional use permit shall be contingent upon Marathon County Board's approval of a rezone from R-R Rural Residential to C-V/R-C Conservancy and Recreation, as part of the Northwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 , Section 11, Township 26 North, Range 2 East, Town of Spencer, identified as parcel pin #074.2602.112.0996. 4. Board education and training 5. Announcements and Requests a) Draft BOA schedule for 2023 6. Adjourn All interested persons will be provided the opportunity to provide testimony at the public hearing. Those planning to attend this meeting who need some type of special accommodation in order to participate should call the County Clerk's Office at 715-261-1500. Please call at least one business day in advance of the meeting. In the event you are unable to attend the public hearing and wish to provide written testimony, please contact the Conservation, Planning and Zoning Department at 715-261-6000 for assistance. Karen Piel, Chairman Board of Adjustment Laine Miskimmia Director Conservation Planning and Zoning Department Run: September 4, 12, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE FOR PUBLIC MEETING CONSULTATION FOR ACDBE OPPORTUNITIES AT APPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (ATW) Outagamie County has established an Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) Program for the Appleton International Airport (ATW) in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), 49 CFR Part 23. Appleton International Airport anticipates it will receive Federal financial assistance from the Department of Transportation, and as a condition of receiving this assistance, Appleton International Airport has signed an assurance that it will comply with 49 CFR Part 23. As per section Part 23.43 establishing the upcoming DBE goals for Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2023/2024/2025, a public/consultation meeting will be held on October 12, 2022 at 2PM at the Appleton International Airport Terminal Meeting Room. The meeting will also be offered virtually. The access information will be as follows: Zoom Meeting: Online or via phone; 1-312-626-6799; Meeting ID 853 1286 8200; Passcode 159039. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss potential opportunities for ACDBE participation at ATW, gain input, and to answer questions. All interested parties are invited to attend which may include (but not limited to) minority, women's and general contractor groups, community organizations, and other officials or organizations who may have interest or information pertinent to the implementation of the Owner's ACDBE Program. The meeting is not mandatory for ACDBE participation at the Appleton International Airport (ATW). Questions regarding the meeting or requests for call line shall be directed to: Director of Finance and Administration, ACDBELO Katie Horan, CPA Appleton International Airport W6390 Challenger Drive Appleton, WI 54914 920 / 832 - 1840 KHoran@atwairport.com RUN: Sept. 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, Oct. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE IN REPLEVIN STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT SHEBOYGAN COUNTY Case Code 31003 Case No. 22-SC-1078 To: PATRICIA K. HUGHES You are hereby notified that a Replevin action has been issued to recover possession of the following described goods and chattels, to wit: 2013 FORD ESCAPE VIN: 1FMCU0GX7DUB86411 of which I, the plaintiff, am entitled to possess, but which you have unjustly taken and unlawfully detain from me. NOW, THEREFORE, unless you shall appear in the Circuit Court of Sheboygan County, located in Room B-10 Lower Level of the Court Commissioner's Office in the Sheboygan County Courthouse, 615 N. 6th Street in the City of Sheboygan, State of Wisconsin, on October 17, 2022 at 8:30 A.M. before the calendar judge or any other judge of said court to whom the said action may be assigned for trial, judgment will be rendered against you for the delivery of said property to the plaintiff and for damages for the detention thereof and for costs. Dated at Milwaukee, WI this 20th day of September, 2022. ALLY BANK Plaintiff By: Zachary L. Enstrom, Attorney State Bar# 1102478 839 N. Jefferson Street Suite 200 Milwaukee, WI 53202 Tele: 414-271-9556 PO No.: 10080.48 Run: 092622 WNAXLP


NOTICE IN REPLEVIN STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT PORTAGE COUNTY Case Code 31003 Case No. 22-SC-426 To: JERROLD H. OSTRANDER You are hereby notified that a Replevin action has been issued to recover possession of the following described goods and chattels, to wit: 2016 DODGE CHALLENGER VIN: 2C3CDZBT6GH172475 of which I, the plaintiff, am entitled to possess, but which you have unjustly taken and unlawfully detain from me. NOW THEREFORE, unless you shall appear in the Circuit Court of Portage County, located in Branch 2 of the Portage County Courthouse in the City of Stevens Point, State of Wisconsin, on September 27, 2022 at 7:30 A.M. before the calendar judge or any other judge of said court to whom the said action may be assigned for trial, judgment will be rendered against you for the delivery of said property to the plaintiff and for damages for the detention thereof and for costs. Dated at Milwaukee, WI this 26th day of August, 2022. ALLY CAPITAL CORP. D/B/A ALLY BANK Plaintiff By: Zachary L. Enstrom, Attorney State Bar# 1102478 839 N. Jefferson St., #200 Milwaukee, WI 53202 Tele: 414-271-5400 PO No. 10080.34 Run: September 6, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE IN REPLEVIN STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT PORTAGE COUNTY Case Code 31003 Case No. 22-SC-463 To: NATHAN FIRKUS You are hereby notified that a Replevin action has been issued to recover possession of the following described goods and chattels, to wit: 2006 FORD F-250 VIN: 1FTSW21PX6ED22381 of which I, the plaintiff, am entitled to possess, but which you have unjustly taken and unlawfully detain from me. NOW, THEREFORE, unless you shall appear in the Circuit Court of Portage County, located in Branch 2 of the Portage County Courthouse, 1516 Church Street in the City of Stevens Point, State of Wisconsin, on October 11, 2022 at 7:30 A.M. before the calendar judge or any other judge of said court to whom the said action may be assigned for trial, judgment will be rendered against you for the delivery of said property to the plaintiff and for damages for the detention thereof and for costs. Dated at Milwaukee, WI this 8th day of September, 2022. COVANTAGE CREDIT UNION Plaintiff By: Joshua J. Brady, Attorney State Bar# 1041428 839 N. Jefferson St., #200 Milwaukee, WI 53202 Tele: 414-271-9556 PO No. 7779.47 Run: September 16, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE IN REPLEVIN STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT PORTAGE COUNTY Case Code 31003 Case No. 22-SC-465 To: KAYLA ZBLEWSKI & JUSTIN ZBLEWSKI You are hereby notified that a Replevin action has been issued to recover possession of the following described goods and chattels, to wit: 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 VIN: 1D7HU18258J179120 of which I, the plaintiff, am entitled to possess, but which you have unjustly taken and unlawfully detain from me. NOW, THEREFORE, unless you shall appear in the Circuit Court of Portage County, located in Branch 2 of the Portage County Courthouse, 1516 Church Street in the City of Stevens Point, State of Wisconsin, on October 11, 2022 at 7:30 A.M. before the calendar judge or any other judge of said court to whom the said action may be assigned for trial, judgment will be rendered against you for the delivery of said property to the plaintiff and for damages for the detention thereof and for costs. Dated at Milwaukee, WI this 12th day of September, 2022. COVANTAGE CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff By: Joshua J. Brady, Attorney State Bar# 1041428 839 N. Jefferson St., #200 Milwaukee, WI 53202 Tele: 414-271-9556 PO No. 7779.66 Run: September 16, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Annual Notice of Special Education Referral and Evaluation Procedures Upon request, D.C. Everest Area School District is required to evaluate a child for eligibility for special education services. A request for evaluation is known as a referral. When the district receives a referral, the district will appoint an Individualized Education Program (IEP) team to determine if the child has a disability, and if the child needs special education services. The district locates, identifies, and evaluates all children with disabilities who are enrolled by their parents in private (including religious) schools, elementary schools and secondary schools located in the school district. A physician, nurse, psychologist, social worker, or administrator of a social agency, who reasonably believes a child brought to him or her for services is a child with a disability has a legal duty to refer the child, including a homeless child, to the school district in which the child resides. Before referring the child, the person making the referral must inform the child's parent that the referral will be made. Others, including parents, who reasonably believe a child is a child with a disability, may also refer the child, including a homeless child, to the school district in which the child resides. Referrals must be in writing and include the reason why the person believes the child is a child with a disability. A referral may be made by contacting Julie Weller, Director of Special Education, D.C. Everest Area School District, at 715-359-4221, or by writing her at 1699 Schofield Ave, Suite 300, Schofield, WI 54476. D.C. Everest Area School District Julie Weller Director of Special Education 1699 Schofield Ave, Suite 300 Schofield, WI 54476 Runs: 9/11/2022 wnaxlp


Notice is hereby given that a new application has been made to the Wisconsin Rapids Common Council for a retail beer license and liquor license to sell through June 30, 2023, fermented malt beverages and/or intoxicating liquors as defined in Chapter 125 of the Wisconsin State Statutes, by the following person at the following location in the City of Wisconsin Rapids: 17Sixteen LLC (MaryBeth Severin, Agent) d/b/a 1716 has made application for a "Class B" Intoxicating Liquor and Class "B" Fermented Malt Beverages License for the premise located at 1716 Baker Street in the City of Wisconsin Rapids. RUN: September 1, 2, 4, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice is hereby given that Jill Horn, acting as agent for the St.Cloud Athletic Club, residing at 124 Clark Street, St. Cloud, WI, acting as agent for the St. Cloud Athletic Club,has applied to the Village Board of the Village of St. Cloud for a Class B liquor license. Village Park and Civic Center located at 915 Main Street and 911 Main Street in St. Cloud, WI. Rhonda Weber, Village Clerk September 9, 11, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice is hereby given that the following individuals are indebted to Lomira Storage Center, LLC, 1399 N Water St, Lomira, WI 53048 (920-791-1432) for past due rent and other charges. Auction will be conducted pursuant to WI Stat 704.90. Auction will be conducted online at Storagetreasures.com, starting September 20, 2022, and ending October 4, 2022. Lomira Storage Center, LLC reserves the right to bid on any unit. Sale of a unit is subject to cancellation in the event of a settlement between Landlord and obligated party. Randy Jones 10 X 20 Miscellaneous household items. Run: September 22, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE MID-STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD NOMINATIONS/APPOINTMENTS Notice is hereby given that the Board Appointment Committee of the Mid-State Technical College Board will conduct a public hearing/meeting at 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 4, 2022 virtually via Microsoft Teams and in Room A223 on Mid-State's Wisconsin Rapids Campus on the candidacy of persons who have submitted applications for appointment to the board. The School District Administrator member position carries a two-year term (filled from anywhere in the district). The following person(s) submitted application(s) to the Appointment Committee: Terry Whitmore The Appointment Committee will consider only the person(s) listed above for appointment to the Board. No additional names will be accepted from the floor for nomination at the time of the public hearing. Each candidate will be considered for board membership in accordance with Wisconsin State Statutes governing the composition of district boards and in compliance with the adopted plan of representation. The Appointment Committee will announce its selection of candidates at the conclusion of the public hearing/meeting. All candidates must be present at the public hearing. The terms of these memberships will commence November 21, 2022 upon certification by the Wisconsin Technical Colleges System Board and will expire June 30, 2024. Board Appointment Committee Mid-State Technical College 500 32nd Street North Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 Run: September 20, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT PERMIT According to Wisconsin Administrative Code NR 107.04(3), Cardno is announcing the proposal to treat aquatic invasive plants on the following properties in Oconto County: Cota-Heise (3 Acres), Duhm (1 acre); Marinette County: Koronkiewicz (6 Acres) These wetland mitigation sites will be selectively treated with aquatic herbicides targeting invasive plants throughout the remainder of the 2022 growing season (August-October). A public information meeting on the proposed treatments will be held if five or more individuals, organizations, special units of government, or local units of government request one. Any request for a public meeting on this treatment must be made within five days after this notice is published. The request must specify the topics to be discussed, at the meeting, including the problems and alternatives and must be sent to: Kevin Pettis Field Operations Manager-Cardno now Stantec Address: 6130 Cottonwood Dr., Madison, WI 53719 Phone: (608) 293-0385 Email: kevin.pettis@cardno.com Brenda Nordin Senior Water Resource Management Specialist Phone: (920) 360-3167 Email: Brenda.Nordin@wisconsin.gov Run: September 7, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that the following applications for a "Class A" Combination liquor and fermented malt beverage license have been filed with the City Clerk, City of Marshfield, Wood/Marathon County, Wisconsin. Name: WHRGOPS-NW-WI-NWI LLC Agent: Tina Tenut Address: 1304 S Central Avenue Name: WHRGOPS-NW-WI-NWI LLC Agent: Jessica Faber Address: 1505 W McMillan Jessica Schiferl City Clerk Run: September 16, 19, 20, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Town Board of the Town of Sharon, County of Portage, Wisconsin, for a Class B Retail License to sell, from September 14, 2022 to June 30, 2023, intoxicating liquor as defined by subsection (8) of Section 125.02 of the Wisconsin Statutes, at retail, subject to the limitations imposed by Chapter 125 of the statutes and all acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereof at the following described premises in the Town of Sharon: For Class B Combination Beer & Liquor: Tomek's II LLC, Agent: Gene Gagas, 3168 State Highway 66, Rosholt, WI 54423 Pam Filtz, Town of Sharon Clerk Run: September 6, 7, 8, 2022 wnaxlp


Notice of Bid Sealed bids will be accepted no later than 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at the Transportation Department of the Stevens Point Area Public School District, 3300 Water Street, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481, Attn: Lee Nowicki. Bids must be in a sealed envelope, conspicuously marked "2023 Stevens Point SD Bus Bid." To be purchased are Seven (7) Type C, 72-capacity, diesel-powered school buses, with exterior luggage compartments. Two (2) Type C, 63-capacity, diesel-powered wheelchair school buses. The district is offering as trade-in, Six (6) Type C, 72-capacity, 2018 diesel-powered school buses; One (1) Type D, 77-capacity, 2018 diesel-powered bus; and Two (2) Type C, 2018 63-passenger dieselpowered wheelchair school buses. Bid documents can be found on the district's website at www.pointschools.net > Departments > Business Services in left margin or picked up at the Transportation Department. Questions should be directed to Lee Nowicki at 715-345-5477. The district reserves the right to change the quantity of buses desired, to waive irregularities, to reject any or all bids, and/or to accept any price or funding option that is determined by the district to be most advantageous to the district, at the sole discretion of the district. The district will evaluate the proposals in terms of best value at its sole discretion. Run: September 2, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF BOARD OF APPEALS HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the BOARD OF APPEALS of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, will take action on the following appeal on Monday, October 3, 2022. The 3:00 pm meeting will be conducted in Meeting Room A (first floor) of the City-County Government Center, 160 S Macy Street. All persons having an interest are invited to participate. Written correspondence for inclusion with agenda materials should be submitted to the City Clerk. The meeting agenda for the Board of Appeals can be accessed on the Calendar tab on the home page of the City's website: www.fdl.wi.gov APPEAL NO. 2022-12 Location of Variance Request: 101 Camelot Drive, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Zoning Code Regulations: Section 720-79(D)(2)(e) requires a 50 ft front yard parking setback in the M-BP District. Section 720-79 (F)(2) requires landscape islands or planters in parking lots that serve 40 or more vehicles. Proposal: Allow for expansion of a parking lot with 42 ft front yard parking setback from Camelot Drive and 13 ft setback from Knights Way. Allow for the exclusion of landscape islands or planters in the parking lot design. Intent of Variance Request: The variance request asks for a waiver to allow a parking lot expansion and replacement that would not meet front yard parking setbacks or include landscape islands or planters. Dated this 20th day of September, 2022. Margaret Hefter City Clerk Run: September 25, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF BOARD OF APPEALS HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the BOARD OF APPEALS of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, will take action on the following appeal on Monday, October 3, 2022. The 3:00 pm meeting will be conducted in Meeting Room A (first floor) of the City-County Government Center, 160 S Macy Street. All persons having an interest are invited to participate. Written correspondence for inclusion with agenda materials should be submitted to the City Clerk. The meeting agenda for the Board of Appeals can be accessed on the Calendar tab on the home page of the City's website: www.fdl.wi.gov APPEAL NO. 2022-11 Location of Variance Request: 100 Camelot Drive, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Zoning Code Regulations: Section 720-79(D)(2)(e) requires a 50 ft front yard parking setback in the M-BP District. Section 720-79(D)(2)(3) requires a 5 ft rear yard parking setback. Schedule IX, Minimum Off-Street Parking Requirements, requires one (1) stall per 300 sq ft of gross floor area. Section 720-55 requires a maximum lot coverage ratio of 70% for all buildings, parking lots and loading areas. Proposal: Allow for reduced front yard parking setback of 10 ft and rear yard parking setback of 0 ft to allow for a building addition and parking lot expansion for a total lot coverage of 73.4% in the M-BP Industrial-Business Park District. Allow for the addition of 43 parking stalls where code requires 76 stalls. Intent of Variance Request: The variance request asks for a waiver to allow a reduced front yard parking setback and rear yard parking setback where the total lot coverage ratio will be 73.4% in the M-BP District to facilitate a building addition and parking lot expansion. Dated this 20th day of September, 2022. Margaret Hefter City Clerk Run: September 25, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF BOARD OF APPEALS HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the BOARD OF APPEALS of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, will take action on the following appeal on Monday, September 12, 2022. The 3:00 pm meeting will be conducted in Meeting Room A (first floor) of the City-County Government Center, 160 S Macy Street. All persons having an interest are invited to participate. Written correspondence for inclusion with agenda materials should be submitted to the City Clerk. The meeting agenda for the Board of Appeals can be accessed on the Calendar tab on the home page of the City's website: www.fdl.wi.gov APPEAL NO. 2022-09 Location of Variance Request: 875 W Johnson Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Zoning Code Regulations: Schedule V, Bulk Requirements Business and Neighborhood Mixed Use Districts, requires front, rear and side yard setbacks for buildings in the C-2 Commercial District. Section 705-14(D), Subdivision of Land, Lot Standards, requires all lots to abut upon a public street. Proposal: Allow for land division where the building would not meet required rear or side setbacks for C-2 Commercial District. Allow for a land division that does not directly abut a public street. Intent of Variance Request: The variance request asks for a waiver to allow a land division where the building would not meet the rear or side yard setbacks for the C-2 Commercial District and does not directly abut a public street. The proposed land division is located within the boundaries of the Forest Mall redevelopment. Dated this 29th day of August, 2022. Margaret Hefte City Clerk Run: Sept. 4, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF BOARD OF APPEALS HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the BOARD OF APPEALS of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, will take action on the following appeal on Monday, September 12, 2022. The 3:00 pm meeting will be conducted in Meeting Room A (first floor) of the City-County Government Center, 160 S Macy Street. All persons having an interest are invited to participate. Written correspondence for inclusion with agenda materials should be submitted to the City Clerk. The meeting agenda for the Board of Appeals can be accessed on the Calendar tab on the home page of the City's website: www.fdl.wi.gov APPEAL NO. 2022-10 Location of Variance Request: 145 W Division Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Zoning Code Regulations: Schedule VI, Land Use or Activities for Commercial-Recreation, Office and Industrial Districts, does not permit retail use in property zoned for manufacturing uses. Proposal:Allow for reuse of an existing building zoned for manufacturing to allow a retail use where retail use is not permitted. Intent of Variance Request: The variance request asks for a waiver to allow retail use at 145 W Division Street where retail is not permitted. The 2040 Comprehensive Plan show General Commercial/Urban Residential as the proposed land use for this area. The property will be rezoned in the future to comply with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. Dated this 29th day of August, 2022 Margaret Hefte City Clerk Run: Sept. 4, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF HEARING FOR VARIANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Board of Appeals, established under the provisions of Chapter 23 of the Ordinance, and known as the Zoning Ordinance, to be held on the 3rd day of Ocober 2022, at 7:00 P.M., in Committee Room "6A/B", 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, of the City of Appleton, Wisconsin, will be heard to consider the Appeal of: from the ruling of the City Building Inspector in granting a permit for the construction, alteration, rebuilding, or occupancy of a nonconforming building on, or for the use of the property known and described as follows: 1040 E. Florida Ave Tax Key Number: 31-1-5011-00 The applicant proposes to erect a six (6) foot fence on the front property line. Section 23-44(a)(1)(a) of the Zoning Ordinance limits fence height to three (3) feet in the front yard. The fence is in the vision corner. Section 23-50(g)(2) of the Zoning Ordinance limits fence height to three (3) feet in the vision corner. Notice is further given that the said meeting is open to the public and that the appellant and any other person interested may appear and be heard for or against the granting of aforesaid permit by this Board. CITY OF APPLETON, Appleton, Wisconsin The Board of Appeals REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WILL BE MADE UPON REQUEST AND IF FEASIBLE. Run: 9/19/22, 9/26/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF HEARING FOR VARIANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Board of Appeals, established under the provisions of Chapter 23 of the Ordinance, and known as the Zoning Ordinance, to be held on the 3rd day of October 2022, at 7:00 P.M., in Committee Room "6A/B", 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, of the City of Appleton, Wisconsin, will be heard to consider the Appeal of: from the ruling of the City Building Inspector in granting a permit for the construction, alteration, rebuilding, or occupancy of a nonconforming building on, or for the use of the property known and described as follows: 3223 E. Heidemann Dr Tax Key Number: 31-4-6203-00 The applicant proposes to erect a fence that is eight (8) feet tall in the rear yard. Section 23-44(a)(1)(a) of the Zoning Ordinance requires fence height not to exceed six (6) feet in rear yard. Notice is further given that the said meeting is open to the public and that the appellant and any other person interested may appear and be heard for or against the granting of aforesaid permit by this Board. CITY OF APPLETON, Appleton, Wisconsin The Board of Appeals REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WILL BE MADE UPON REQUEST AND IF FEASIBLE Run: 9/19/22, 9/26/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPOINT MID-STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD MEMBERS Notice is hereby given that the Board Appointment Committee of the Mid-State Technical College District Board will accept applications for the appointment of three individuals to the Mid-State District Board. The appointments will be made in accordance with the Appointment Committee's Plan of Representation, which specifies categories of membership as well as geographic areas of representation within the district. Following is a list of openings: ONE SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR MEMBER All positions above will commence November 21, 2022, and upon certification of the Wisconsin Technical College System Board. This position carries a two-year term expiring June 30, 2024. A SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR is defined as someone employed as a school district superintendent, supervising principal, or other person who acts as the administrative head of a school district, and who holds an administrator's license. When selection is made candidates for the SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR member may come from anywhere in the District. Applications must be submitted in writing on forms that may be obtained from the Mid-State Technical College District Office, 500 32nd Street North, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494; Mid-State Technical College, 1001 Centerpoint Drive, Stevens Point, WI 54481; Mid-State Technical College, 2600 West Fifth Street, Marshfield, WI 54449; and the Mid-State Technical College Adams Campus, 401 Main Street, Adams, WI 53910; or by calling 715-422-5320 or emailing angela.susa@mstc.edu. All candidates must provide two letters of recommendation with the notarized application. All candidates MUST attend the public hearing at which his or her appointment to the District Board is discussed. The public hearing date has been established at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 4, 2022. Persons with specific questions can view the current Plan of Representation at the Wisconsin Rapids Campus District Office or online at www.mstc.edu/about-us/board-of-directors. Applications will be accepted no later than 4:00 p.m. September 16, 2022. To give equal consideration to the general population distribution within the district, Mid-State's Plan of Representation requires at least one board member represent a minority population. Minorities, women and underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. Board Appointment Committee Mid-State Technical College 500 32nd Street North Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 Run: September 1, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF JOINT REVIEW BOARD MEETING REVIEW OF THE 2021 ANNUAL REPORTS OF TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICTS IN THE CITY OF APPLETON WITHIN OUTAGAMIE COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of Appleton will hold a Joint Review Board (JRB) meeting on Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. in the Common Council Chambers, 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911. The purpose of this meeting is for the JRB to review the annual reports, performance, and status of the tax incremental districts within the City of Appleton that are located within Outagamie County (TID Nos. 3, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12). The meeting is open to the public. Copies of the Tax Incremental Districts (TID) Annual Reports are available for review in the office of Community and Economic Development, at City Hall, 100 N. Appleton Street, 5th Floor, Appleton, Wisconsin and will be provided upon request. KAREN HARKNESS, DIRECTOR COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CITY HALL - 100 NORTH APPLETON STREET APPLETON, WISCONSIN 54911 920-832-6468 Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. RUN: 9/12/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF JOINT REVIEW BOARD MEETING IN THE VILLAGE OF GREENVILLE, WISCONSIN Notice is Hereby Given that the Village of Greenville will hold a Joint Review Board ("JRB") meeting on September 19, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Greenville Village Hall, located at W6860 Parkview Drive. The purpose of the meeting is to review the annual report and the performance and status of each Tax Incremental District governed by the Joint Review Board as required by Wis. Stat. § 66.1105(4m)(f). The meeting is open to the public. Copies of the annual report will be available for viewing in the offices of the Village Clerk at the Greenville Village Hall, located at W6860 Parkview Drive during normal business hours and will be provided upon request. By Order of the Village of Greenville, Wisconsin Run: September 14, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF JOINT REVIEW BOARD MEETING REVIEW OF THE 2021 ANNUAL REPORTS OF TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICTS IN THE CITY OF APPLETON WITHIN CALUMET & WINNEBAGO COUNTIES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of Appleton will hold a Joint Review Board (JRB) meeting on Thursday, September 15, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. in the Common Council Chambers, 6 th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911. The purpose of this meeting is for the JRB to review the annual reports, performance, and status of the tax incremental districts within the City of Appleton that are located within Calumet and Winnebago Counties (TID Nos. 6 and 7). The meeting is open to the public. Copies of the Tax Incremental Districts (TID) Annual Reports are available for review in the office of Community and Economic Development, at City Hall, 100 N. Appleton Street, 5th Floor, Appleton, Wisconsin and will be provided upon request. KAREN HARKNESS, DIRECTOR COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CITY HALL - 100 NORTH APPLETON STREET APPLETON, WISCONSIN 54911 920-832-6468 Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. RUN: September 6, 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF JOINT REVIEW BOARD MEETING TOWN OF ROME, WISCONSIN Notice is Hereby Given that the Town of Rome will hold a Joint Review Board meeting on September 8, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Rome Municipal Building, located at 1156 Alpine Drive. The purpose of the meeting is to review the annual report and the performance and status of Tax Incremental District No. 1T as governed by the Joint Review Board as required by Wis. Stat. § 66.1105(4m)(f). The meeting is open to the public. Copies of the annual reports will be available for viewing in the offices of the Town Clerk at the Rome Town Hall, located at 1156 Alpine Drive, during normal business hours and will be provided upon request. Meeting agendas and packets are also posted online at https://www.romewi.com/ By Order of the Town of Rome, Wisconsin Run: September 2, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF JOINT REVIEW BOARD MEETING TOWN OF SHEBOYGAN, WISCONSIN Notice is Hereby Given that the Town of Sheboygan will hold a Joint Review Board meeting on September 20, 2022, at 4:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Sheboygan Town Hall Community Center, located at 4020 Technology Parkway, Sheboygan, WI. 53083. The purpose of the meeting is to review the annual report and the performance and status of each Tax Incremental District governed by the Joint Review Board as required by Wis. Stat. § 66.1105(4m)(f). The meeting is open to the public. Copies of the annual report will be available for viewing in the offices of the Town Clerk at the Sheboygan Town Hall, located at 4020 Technology Parkway, Sheboygan, WI 53083, during normal business hours and will be provided upon request. By Order of the Town of Sheboygan, Wisconsin Published September 15, 2022 RUN: Sept. 15, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF JOINT REVIEW BOARD MEETING VILLAGE OF KELLNERSVILLE, WISCONSIN Notice is Hereby Given that the Village of Kellnersville will hold a Joint Review Board meeting on September 26, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Kellnersville Community Center, located at 628 Park Street. The Purpose of the meeting is to review the annual report and the performance and status of each Tax Incremental District governed by the Joint Review Board as required by Wis. Stat. § 66.1105(4m)(f). The meeting is open to the public. Copies of the annual report will be available for viewing in the office of the Village Clerk at Kellnersville Village Hall, located at 628 Park Street, by appointment (call 920-732-3016) and will be provided upon request By Order of the Village of Kellnersville, Wisconsin Runs: September 21, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF LIEN SALE Notice is hereby given that an online lien sale will be held on www.Lockerfox.com for the purpose of satisfying a landlord's lien. Michael Sadowski - Many household items including an old wooden radio, portable gas grill, and lots of boxes The online bidding will start on September 23, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. and will end on September 30, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. The terms of the sale will be cash or certified check. The highest bidder will have 72 hours to remove contents from the sale premises. The owner has the right to refuse any and all bids. Highway 52 Self Storage, LLC, 715-432-6874 Run: September 13, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Lien Sale This notice is hereby given on 10/04/22 @ 08:00am or after there will be a sale held for the purpose to satisfy A Landlords Lien on the contents for a Storage room in the names of: 923067 STEPHANIE SMITH 2036 BOXES, TOTES, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 923067 DAQUAN FLEMING 2102 BIKES 923067 CHAD VOESKUIL 2013 BOXES, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 923067 LOGAN GARCIA 1001 BAGS 923067 ANDREW MAJOK 3021 FURNITURE 923067 TERRANCE FORD 2007 BOXES, TOTES 923067 CHIQUETTA FISHER 100 FURNITURE 923067 JOSH PAVLAK 2095 BOXES, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Location U-Haul Center 243 Ohio St, Oshkosh, WI 920-233-1244. Unit sold as a lot with no warranties implied. Units may contain other miscellaneous items not listed. Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer: Brook Snyder #2623-052. Cash or Credit Card accepted as payment. $5 registration fee. RUN: 9/14/22 WNAXLP


Notice of Lien Sale This notice is hereby given on 10/04/22 @ 08:00am or after there will be a sale held for the purpose to satisfy A Landlords Lien on the contents for a Storage room in the names of: 923074 MAKAYLA WEATHERSPOON 0103 BAGS, KIDS TOYS 923074 AMY CALKINS 1320 BOXES, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 923074 AMBER SPRITKA 0259 BOXES, TOTES, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 923074 MARTINA MOLINA 1630 BOXES, BAGS, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 923074 CHRISTY HOLLAND 2170 FURNITURE 923074 KAYLA FIELDS 2181 BAGS, BOXES, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 923074 MICHAEL FIELDS 1715 TOTES, BOXES, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 923074 SHELLY HOLT 1221 BOXES, TOTES, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 923074 TROY WEST 1506 APPLIANCES 923074 JENNIFER PATT 1333 BAGS, TOTES, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Location U-Haul Center, 900 N Koeller st, Oshkosh, WI, 920-232-3713. Unit sold as a lot with no warranties implied. Units may contain other miscellaneous items not listed. Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer: Brook Snyder #2623-052. Cash or Credit Card accepted as payment. $5 registration fee. RUN: 9/14/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF MEETING OF 2022 BOARD OF REVIEW TOWN OF TAYCHEEDAH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Sec. 70.45 of Wis. Statutes the assessment roll for the Year 2022 assessment was open for examination on September 7, 2022, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and again 1:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Taycheedah Town Hall, located at W4295 Kiekhaefer Parkway, Fond du Lac. NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the Board of Review for the Town of Taycheedah, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, shall hold its first meeting on Monday, September 19, 2022, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at the Taycheedah Town Hall, W4295 Kiekhaefer Parkway, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 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 of 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 Town of Taycheedah 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 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. Respectfully Submitted, Kristin A. Marcoe, Clerk Notes: Publish this notice as a class 1 notice under chapter 985, Wis. stats. Post this notice in at least 3 public places in the Town. Post this notice on the door of the Town hall. (All 3 types of notice are required pursuant to s. 70.47 (2), Wis. stats.) The Board of Review must meet for a minimum of 2 hours at its first session. Department of Revenue has created form PA-814 for requesting to testify by phone or written statement. Run:September 4, 12; wnaxlp


NOTICE OF MEETING of TOWN OF FREEDOM JOINT REVIEW BOARD Wednesday, September 28, 2022 5:00 p.m. Freedom Town Hall W2004 County Rd S Agenda 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Review the performance and status of TID #1 based on the Annual Report as filed with the DOR 4. Review the performance and status of TID #2 based on the Annual Report as filed with the DOR 5. Adjourn It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum of members of other government bodies of the municipality, may be in attendance at the above mentioned meeting to gather information. No action will be taken by any governmental body at this meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to in this notice. Posted on the 2 Boards at the Freedom Town Hall and on the Town website on the 20th day of September, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. by the Clerk's Office. Notice will also be published in the Appleton Post Crescent. Colleen M. Laha, Clerk Accommodation Notice Any person requiring special accommodation who wishes to attend this meeting should contact the Town Clerk's Office at 788-4548 at least 48 hours in advance. Run: September 20, 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF MEETING of TOWN OF FREEDOM JOINT REVIEW BOARD Wednesday, September 28, 2022 5:00 p.m. Freedom Town Hall W2004 County Rd S Agenda 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Review the performance and status of TID #1 based on the Annual Report as filed with the DOR 4. Review the performance and status of TID #2 based on the Annual Report as filed with the DOR 5. Adjourn It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum of members of other government bodies of the municipality, may be in attendance at the above mentioned meeting to gather information. No action will be taken by any governmental body at this meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to in this notice. Posted on the 2 Boards at the Freedom Town Hall and on the Town website on the 19th day of September, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. by the Clerk's Office. Notice will also be published in the Appleton Post Crescent. Colleen M. Laha, Clerk Accommodation Notice Any person requiring special accommodation who wishes to attend this meeting should contact the Town Clerk's Office at 788-4548 at least 48 hours in advance. RUN: 9/20/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF MEETING TOWN OF LITTLE RIVER Town Hall, 3627 County A, Oconto, WI Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 7:00 PM MONTHLY TOWN BOARD MEETING On the agenda will be: treasurer's report, payment of bills, open forum. Reports will be given on recycling, roads, fire dept and NSSD. Also S Rane Line RD Hale RD, Town of Grover agreement, City of Oconto road contract, rules for free recycling day, Town emergency plan draft, Any additional agenda items will be posted at 5-Corners, Town Hall & Brubaker's Country Store. Amy Peterson, Clerk Run: September 14, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Merger Application Notice is given that application has been made to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Central District Office, One Financial Place, Suite 2700, 440 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60605, for consent to merge Hometown Bank Fond Du Lac, WI into Bank First, N.A. Manitowoc, WI It is contemplated that the main offices and all branch offices of the above named banks will continue to operate, except that it is anticipated that the Hometown Bank branches located at (1) 80 Sheboygan St, Fond Du Lac, WI, (2) 4190 Boardwalk Court, Appleton, WI, (3) 1200 Main Street, Saint Cloud, WI, (4) 846 North Main Street, Neshkoro, WI, (5) 300 East Bannerman Avenue, Redgranite, WI, (6) 300 N. Broadway, Green Bay, WI, and (7) 2040 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan, WI and the Bank First, N.A. branch located at 689 Woodland Plaza, Seymour, WI will be closed in connection with the merger. This notice is published pursuant to 12 USC 1828(c) and 12 CFR 5. Anyone may submit written comments on this application on or before October 15, 2022 to: Director for District Licensing, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Central District Office, One Financial Place, Suite 2700, 440 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60605 or CE.Licensing@occ.treas.gov. The public file is available for inspection in the OCC Southern District Office during regular business hours. Written requests for a copy of the public file on the application should be sent to the Director of District Licensing. September 15, 2022 Hometown Bank, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin Bank First, N.A., Manitowoc, Wisconsin Run:Sept.15,22,Oct.10,2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Merger Application Notice is given that application has been made to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Central District Office, One Financial Place, Suite 2700, 440 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60605, for consent to merge Hometown Bank Fond Du Lac, WI into Bank First, N.A. Manitowoc, WI It is contemplated that the main offices and all branch offices of the above named banks will continue to operate, except that it is anticipated that the Hometown Bank branches located at (1) 80 Sheboygan St, Fond Du Lac, WI, (2) 4190 Boardwalk Court, Appleton, WI, (3) 1200 Main Street, Saint Cloud, WI, (4) 846 North Main Street, Neshkoro, WI, (5) 300 East Bannerman Avenue, Redgranite, WI, (6) 300 N. Broadway, Green Bay, WI, and (7) 2040 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan, WI and the Bank First, N.A. branch located at 689 Woodland Plaza, Seymour, WI will be closed in connection with the merger. This notice is published pursuant to 12 USC 1828(c) and 12 CFR 5. Anyone may submit written comments on this application on or before October 15, 2022 to: Director for District Licensing, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Central District Office, One Financial Place, Suite 2700, 440 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60605 or CE.Licensing@occ.treas.gov. The public file is available for inspection in the OCC Southern District Office during regular business hours. Written requests for a copy of the public file on the application should be sent to the Director of District Licensing. September 15, 2022 Hometown Bank, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin Bank First, N.A., Manitowoc, Wisconsin Run:Sept.15,22,Oct.10,2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Newly Enacted Ordinances and Resolutions City of Neenah Please take notice that the City of Neenah enacted the following ordinances at the Common Council Meeting of September 7, 2022: -Ordinance 2022-17 Rezoning land located along Jackson Street, McKinley Street, S. Commercial Street, Henry Street, and Tyler Street from the C-1, General Commercial District and the R-2, Two-Family Residence District to the I-2, General Industrial District. -Ordinance 2022-18 Amending Article IV Stormwater Management Services. Please take notice that the City of Neenah enacted the following resolution at the Common Council Meeting of September 7, 2022: -Resolution 2022-15 Vacating a Portion of Jackson Street, Mckinley Street and Austin Avenue, Between Henry Street and S. Commercial Street Pursuant to Section 66.1003 Wis. Stats. The full text of newly enacted ordinances and resolutions may be obtained at the City of Neenah Clerk's Office, 211 Walnut Street, Neenah or on the city website: www.ci.neenah.wi.us. Clerk's phone: 920-886-6101. CITY OF NEENAH Adopted: September 7, 2022 Jane B. Lang, Mayor Charlotte Nagel, City Clerk Run: September 12, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Newly Enacted Ordinance Please take notice that the City of Marshfield enacted Ordinance No. 1477, Zoning, on September 13, 2022. Specifically, this ordinance rezones property at 1901 South Central Avenue from "CMU" Community Mixed Use Development to "CMU-PD" Community Mixed Use Planned Development District. The full text of Ordinance No. 1477 may be obtained from the Marshfield City Clerk's office, 207 W. 6th Street, Marshfield, WI 54449. Clerk's phone: (715)486-2023. Runs: September 16, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Pending Application for Proposed Dredging Project James Kedzierski, 10361 Cal Har Rd, Malone, WI 53049 has applied to the Department of Natural Resources for a permit to conduct a dredging project on Pipe Creek at Calumet Harbor Marina. The project is located in SE 1/4, NE 1/4, Section 27 Township 17N, Range 18E located in Town of Calumet, Fond Du Lac County. The project is for dredging of the Calumet Harbor Marina. The purpose of the project to remove spoils from dock slips and a portion of the waterway (Pipe Creek) to allow recreational boaters access to the Lake Winnebago water system. The total amount of removed dredged spoils is proposed to be 4,990.74 Cubic yards (1000' x 55' x 2.45'). The Department will review the proposal provided by the applicant and any information from public comments and the public informational hearing. The Department will determine whether the proposal complies with ss. 1.11, 30.20 and 30.208, Stats., and ch. NR 150, Wis. Adm. Code, and ensure that the required mitigation meets the standards in s. 281.36(3r), Stats. if the project impacts wetlands. The Department has made a tentative determination that it will issue the permit for the proposed activity. If you would like to know more about this project or would like to see the application and plans, please visit the Department's permit tracking website at https://permits.dnr.wi.gov/water/SitePages/Permit%20Search.aspx and search for IP-NE-2022-2002906. Reasonable accommodation, including the provision of informational material in an alternative format, will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Any person may submit comments and/or request a public informational hearing by emailing or writing to Eric Stadig at eric.stadig@wisconsin.gov, or at 625 E County Rd Y Suite 700, Oshkosh, WI 54901 by U.S. mail. If you are submitting general comments on the proposal, they must be emailed or postmarked within 30 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. If you are requesting a public informational hearing, the request must be emailed or postmarked within 20 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. A request for hearing must include the docket number or applicant name and specify the issues that the party desires to be addressed at the informational hearing. If no hearing is requested, the Department may issue its decision without a hearing. If a public informational hearing is held, comments must be postmarked no later than 10 days following the date on which the hearing is completed. The final decision may be appealed as indicated in the decision document. Docket Number IP-NE-2022-20-02906 STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES For the Secretary By: Eric Stadig Water Management Specialist August 31, 2022 Run: September 9, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Pending Application for Proposed Pier Dale Stewart, 2500 Dowie Memorial Dr., Zion, IL 60099 has applied to the Department of Natural Resources for a permit to Pier. The project is located in NW 1/4, NW 1/4, Section 02 Township 32N, Range 28E located in Town of Liberty Grove, Door County. The project consists of replacing 170 feet of steel sheeting around the failing south solid pier. The Department will review the proposal provided by the applicant and any information from public comments and the public informational hearing. The Department will determine whether the proposal complies with ss. 1.11, 30.12(3m), and 30.208, Stats., and ch. NR 150, Wis. Adm. Code, and ensure that the required mitigation meets the standards in s. 281.36(3r), Stats. if the project impacts wetlands. The Department has made a tentative determination that it will issue the permit for the proposed activity. If you would like to know more about this project or would like to see the application and plans, please visit the Department's permit tracking website at https://permits.dnr.wi.gov/water/SitePages/Permit%20Search.aspx and search for IP-NE-2022-15-01244. Reasonable accommodation, including the provision of informational material in an alternative format, will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Any person may submit comments and/or request a public informational hearing by emailing Sarah.Szabo@wisconsin.gov or writing to Sarah Szabo, 2984 Shawano Ave., Green Bay, WI 54313 by U.S. mail. If you are submitting general comments on the proposal, they must be emailed or postmarked within 30 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. If you are requesting a public informational hearing, the request must be emailed or postmarked within 20 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. A request for hearing must include the docket number or applicant name and specify the issues that the party desires to be addressed at the informational hearing. If no hearing is requested, the Department may issue its decision without a hearing. If a public informational hearing is held, comments must be postmarked no later than 10 days following the date on which the hearing is completed. The final decision may be appealed as indicated in the decision document. Docket Number IP-NE-2022-15-01244 STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES For the Secretary By:Sarah Szabo Water Management Specialist Date: 08/03/2022 Run: September 3, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Pending Application for Proposed Riprap Michael Donahue, 1601 River Bend Rd, Grafton, WI 53024 has applied to the Department of Natural Resources for a permit to install riprap. The project is located in SW 1/4, SW 1/4, Section 31 Township 28N, Range 25E located in Town of Nasewaupee, Door County. The project received Emergency Certification for the Great Lakes Emergency Erosion Control and the project has been completed and installed as described. The project consisted of installing approximately 108 linear feet of riprap to repair the existing riprap that was damaged. The riprap consists of stone 6-48" diameter extending approximately 5-8 feet waterward at a 2:1 slope up to the natural bank. The Department will review the proposal provided by the applicant and any information from public comments and the public informational hearing. The Department will determine whether the proposal complies with ss. 1.11, 30.12, and 30.208, Stats., and ch. NR 150, Wis. Adm. Code, and ensure that the required mitigation meets the standards in s. 281.36(3r), Stats. if the project impacts wetlands. The Department has made a tentative determination that it will issue the permit for the proposed activity. If you would like to know more about this project or would like to see the application and plans, please visit the Department's permit tracking website at https://permits.dnr.wi.gov/water/SitePages/Permit%20Search.aspx and search for IP-NE-2022-1502538. Reasonable accommodation, including the provision of informational material in an alternative format, will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Any person may submit comments and/or request a public informational hearing by emailing nicole.hays@wisconsin.qov or writing to Nicole Hays, 107 Sutliff Ave., Wi, Rhinelander, WI 54501 by U.S. mail. If you are submitting general comments on the proposal, they must be emailed or postmarked within 30 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. If you are requesting a public informational hearing, the request must be emailed or postmarked within 20 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. A request for hearing must include the docket number or applicant name and specify the issues that the party desires to be addressed at the informational hearing. If no hearing is requested, the Department may issue its decision without a hearing. If a public informational hearing is held, comments must be postmarked no later than 10 days following the date on which the hearing is completed. The final decision may be appealed as indicated in the decision document. Docket Number IP-NE-2022-15-02538 STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES For the Secretary By: /s/Nicole Hays, Water Management Specialist Date: 08/01/2022 Run: September 3, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Pending Application for Proposed Wetland & Waterway Individual Permit Peter Neuberger, on behalf of the City of Appleton, 100 N Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911 has applied to the Department of Natural Resources for a Wetland and Waterway Individual Permit, for the purpose of constructing a new roadway alignment of Lightning Drive. The project is located in Section 6, Township 21 North, Range 18 East located in City of Appleton, Outagamie County. The proposed project includes the extension of Lightning Drive from the current terminus (approximately 600 feet north of CTH JJ) to Broadway Drive. The project is new construction on a mapped alignment, extending Lightning Drive north to Broadway Drive, along with providing a multi-use path and sidewalk for pedestrian connectivity. The extension of Lightning Drive will result in two new waterway crossings, which will be a clear span bridge across Apple Creek, and a multi-cell box culvert will across a tributary to Apple Creek. Five regional stormwater management facilities are being provided to meet stormwater quality, and peak flow requirements of the project and for future adjacent development. The project will result in approximately 0.27 acres of total wetland impacts, which are classified as shallow-open water (0.06 acres), wet meadow (0.06 acres), and floodplain forests (0.15 acres). The proposed alignment attempts to minimize wetland impacts while starting at existing Lightning Drive, following geometric roadway safety criteria, and avoiding long utility easement crossings. A hydraulic analysis was conducted in advance of the project, which indicates there will not be any increases in the 1% annual chance floodplain for either Apple Creek North, or Apple Creek Northeast in any locations. The Department will review the proposal provided by the applicant and any information from public comments and the public informational hearing. The Department will determine whether the proposal complies with ss. 1.11, 30.123(2), and 30.208, Stats., and ch. NR 150, Wis. Adm. Code, and ensure that the required mitigation meets the standards in s. 281.36(3r), Stats. since the project impacts wetlands. The Department has made a tentative determination that it will issue the permit for the proposed activity. If you would like to know more about this project or would like to see the application and plans, please visit the Department's permit tracking website at https://permits.dnr.wi.gov/water/SitePages/Permit%20Search.aspx and search for IP-NE-2022-45-T03084. Reasonable accommodation, including the provision of informational material in an alternative format, will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Any person may submit comments and/or request a public informational hearing by emailing matthew.schaeve@wisconsin.gov or by writing to Matt Schaeve 2984 Shawano Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54313, by U.S. mail. If you are submitting general comments on the proposal, they must be emailed or postmarked within 30 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. If you are requesting a public informational hearing, the request must be emailed or postmarked within 20 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. A request for hearing must include the docket number or applicant name and specify the issues that the party desires to be addressed at the informational hearing. If no hearing is requested, the Department may issue its decision without a hearing. If a public informational hearing is held, comments must be postmarked no later than 10 days following the date on which the hearing is completed. The final decision may be appealed as indicated in the decision document. Docket Number IP-NE-2022-45-T03084 STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES For the Secretary BY: Matthew D. Schaeve Environmental Analysis & Review Specialist Date: September 12, 2022 Run: September 20, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Pending Application for Proposed Wetland & Waterway Individual Permit Katie Schwartz, on behalf of the Town of Grand Chute, 1900 Grand Chute Boulevard, Grand Chute, WI, 54913, has applied to the Department of Natural Resources for a Wetland and Waterway Individual Permit. The project is located in NW 1/4 of Section 10, Township 21N, Range 17E in Town of Grand Chute, Outagamie County. The project proposes to reconstruct Gillett Street, which is currently has a rural cross section. The new roadway will continue to be a rural cross section, with ditches and gravel shoulders. However, the proposed roadway will be widened to improve public safety for vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic. The proposed typical roadway section consists of a 66' wide right-of-way, 32' wide asphalt roadway (two 11' wide travels lanes, two 5' wide bicycle lanes), two 2' wide gravel shoulders, and roadway ditches with a typical 4:1 slope. Roadway ditches are proposed at a 3:1 slope within isolated areas to minimize the wetland disturbance or address a landowner concern. As part of the project, a cross culvert structure located approximately 1,000 feet south of West Edgewood Drive will be replaced with a new box culvert, in a tributary to Mud Creek. The culvert will also be lengthened due to the proposed wider roadway, and a backwater analysis conducted for this replacement shows that there should be no change to the effective floodplain model. Approximately 0.48 acres of total wetland disturbance is anticipated, with 0.29 acres of that will be permanent wetland fill, and 0.18 acres being temporary wetland disturbance that will be restored. Of the permanent wetland impacts 0.21 acres are classified as shrub-scrub, 0.05 acres will be fresh (wet) meadow, and 0.04 acres will be wooded wetlands. Of the temporary wetland impacts 0.12 will be shrub-scrub wetlands, 0.04 acres will be fresh (wet) meadow, and 0.02 acres will be wooded wetlands. The Department will review the proposal provided by the applicant and any information from public comments and the public informational hearing. The Department will determine whether the proposal complies with ss. 1.11, 30.123(2), and 30.208, Stats., and ch. NR 150, Wis. Adm. Code, and ensure that the required mitigation meets the standards in s. 281.36(3r), Stats. since the project impacts wetlands. The Department has made a tentative determination that it will issue the permit for the proposed activity. If you would like to know more about this project or would like to see the application and plans, please visit the Department's permit tracking website at https://permits.dnr.wi.gov/water/SitePages/Permit%20Search.aspx and search for IP-NE-2022-45-T03009. Reasonable accommodation, including the provision of informational material in an alternative format, will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Any person may submit comments and/or request a public informational hearing by emailing matthew.schaeve@wisconsin.gov or writing to the attention of Matt Schaeve at 2984 Shawano Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54313 by U.S. mail. If you are submitting general comments on the proposal, they must be emailed or postmarked within 30 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. If you are requesting a public informational hearing, the request must be emailed or postmarked within 20 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. A request for hearing must include the docket number or applicant name and specify the issues that the party desires to be addressed at the informational hearing. If no hearing is requested, the Department may issue its decision without a hearing. If a public informational hearing is held, comments must be postmarked no later than 10 days following the date on which the hearing is completed. The final decision may be appealed as indicated in the decision document. Docket Number IP-NE-2022-45-T03009 STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES For the Secretary BY: Matthew D. Schaeve Environmental Analysis & Review Specialist Northeast Region Date: August 30, 2022 Run: September 6, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Pending Applications for Coastal Riprap and Private Boat Ramp Karen Hinz, 5097 Edgewater Beach Road, Green Bay, WI 54311 has applied to the Department of Natural Resources for a permit to Riprap. The project is located in SE 1/4, NE 1/4, Section 21 Township 25N, Range 22E located in Town of Scott, Brown County. Proposed authorization for emergency shoreline stabilization along 30 ft of shoreline. Work completed included placement of stone materials placed for erosion control and included improvements made to a private boat ramp (under separate authorization review). Authorization for improvement work completed for a private boat ramp. Ramp is 20ft wide by 40ft in length at a 3 to 1 slope. Previously The access was a grassed bank and the improved ramp-is now made of stone within riprap armoring. The Department will review the proposal provided by the applicant and any information from public comments and the public informational hearing. The Department will determine whether the proposal complies with ss. 1.11, 30.12(3m), and 30.208, Stats., and ch. NR 150, Wis. Adm. Code, and ensure that the required mitigation meets the standards in s. 281.36(3r}, Stats. if the project impacts wetlands. The Department has made a tentative determination that it will issue the permits for the proposed activities. If you would like to know more about this project or would like to see the application and plans, please visit the Department's permit tracking website at and search for IP-NE-2021-5-03751 (for-the riprap application) and search for IP-NE-2022-5-0231 (for the private boat ramp application). · Reasonable accommodation, including the provision of informational material in an alternative format, will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Any person may submit comments and/or request a public informational hearing by emailing or over the phone to Crystal van Holdt at 920-410-3181. If you are submitting general comments on the proposal, they must be emailed or verbalized within 30 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. If you are requesting a public informational hearing, the request must be emailed or verbalized within 20 days after the date this notice is published on the Department's website. A request for hearing must include the docket number or applicant name and specify the issues that the party desires to be addressed at the informational hearing. If no hearing is requested, the Department may issue its decision without a hearing. If a public informational hearing is held, comments must be postmarked no later than 10 days following the date on which the hearing is completed. The final decision may be appealed as indicated in the decision document. Docket Numbers IP-NE-2021-5-03751 and IP-NE-2022-5-023i STATE. OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES For the Secretary /s/ Crystal van Holdt Water Management Specialist Date August 17, 2022 Run: September 16, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Public Hearing will be held by the Commission of the Ledgeview Sanitary District #2, Brown County, Wisconsin, on Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. in the Ledgeview Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, at which time the Commission will consider the proposed Special Assessment for the CTH GV (Monroe Rd.) Water and Sewer Main Installation in the Village of Bellevue. Affected Parcels: B-309, B-317-1 and B-307 The report of the District Engineers for Ledgeview Sanitary District No. 2 showing preliminary and final plans and specifications, and an estimate of the entire and complete cost of installation and construction and the proposed assessments, is on file in the office of the District Clerk for Ledgeview Sanitary District No. 2, at 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, Wisconsin. Said report may be inspected at the office of the District Clerk between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that the Commissioners of Ledgeview Sanitary District No. 2, will hear all persons interested, or their agents or attorneys, concerning the proposed special assessment at 2:30 p.m. on the 5TH day of October, 2022 in the Town of Ledgeview Community Center located at 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, Wisconsin. All objections will be considered at said hearing, and thereafter, the amount of any final assessment (if any), will be determined by the Commissioners pursuant to any final resolution levying special assessments as voted upon and passed by said Commission. Written comments may be submitted in lieu of public appearance via mail, addressed to the District Clerk, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115; via email at rpeters@ledgeviewwisconsin.com; or by dropping off said comments in the drop box located on the stone wall inside the main entrance door (to the immediate left) of the Community Center by 12:00 p.m. (noon) of said meeting day. The Commission will acknowledge receipt of written comments submitted during the Public Hearing section of the meeting. Dated this 20th day of September, 2022. /s/ Renae Peters Renae Peters District Clerk, Ledgeview Sanitary District #2 Run: 09/23/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held in the Common Council Chambers of City Hall in the City of Manitowoc on Monday, September 19, 2022 at 6:31 P.M., for the purpose of hearing any and all interested parties in the matter of a proposed Conditional Use Permit located at 502 N. 8th Street for the establishment of a Transitional Housing Warming Shelter Pursuant to 15.230(3)k Further information may be obtained at the office of Community Development. If you need accommodation for this meeting, please notify the City Clerk's office at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting (or as soon as possible after the meeting is posted, if posted less than 48 hours prior to the meeting time) at 920-686-6950. Dated this 31st day of August, 2022. Published September 4 & 12, 2022 (Signed) Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, City Clerk PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MANITOWOC, WISCONSIN Run: September 4, 12, 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held in the Common Council Chambers of City Hall in the City of Manitowoc on Monday, September 19, at 6:32 P.M., for the purpose of hearing any and all interested parties in the matter of a proposed change in zone from R-1 ResidentialAgricultural to I-1 Light Industrial for property located at 4009 Viebahn Street. (Parcel ID: 052-801-202-010) Further information may be obtained at the office of Community Development. If you need accommodation for this meeting, please notify the City Clerk's office at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting (or as soon as possible after the meeting is posted, if posted less than 48 hours prior to the meeting time) at 920-686-6950. Dated this 31st day of August, 2022. (Signed) Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, City Clerk PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MANITOWOC, WISCONSIN Run: September 4, 12, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Plan Commission has filed a petition to amend the Zoning Ordinance (1) to allow up to two detached private garages per single-family dwelling in lots zoned R-1 Single-Family Residential District, R-2 Single- and Two-Family Residential District, and R-4 Resort Residential District; and (2) to add a 35% lot coverage limit in R-4. Current regulations allow one detached private garage per single-family dwelling in R-1, R-2, and R-4, and the R-4 district has no lot coverage limit. The Plan Commission is scheduled to meet at 6pm on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, to review the petitions and determine its recommendation for the Village Board. The Village Board is scheduled to hold a public hearing at 6pm on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, on the petition and Commission recommendations. Both meetings will be held at the Cleveland Village Hall, 1150 W. Washington Ave., Cleveland, Wisconsin. The petition is available at Village Hall during business hours or at www.clevelandwi.gov. Interested parties unable to attend the hearing are welcome to submit written comments by letter addressed to S. Grunwald in the Village Hall drop box or mailed to PO Box 87, Cleveland, WI 53015, or by email to village@clevelandwi.gov. Dated August 29, 2022 Stacy Grunwald Zoning Administrator Run: September 1, 8, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING There will be a Public Hearing before t he City Plan Commission on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 3rd Floor of City Hall, 828 Center Avenue, concerning the following: 1.Application for Conditional Use Permit with exceptions by Application for Conditional Use Permit with exceptions by Quasius Construction to construct a new addition to the Tidy Store facility and service station located at 810 N. 14th Street. Mayor Ryan Sorenson Chairperson, City Plan Commission Published September 12,19, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING There will be a Public Hearing before the City Plan Commission on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 3rd Floor of City Hall, 828 Center Avenue, concerning the following: 1.Application for Conditional Use and Sign Permit with exceptions by Marshall Sign to install new signage for Sheboygan Regency Apartments located at 919 Wisconsin Avenue. Mayor Ryan Sorenson Chairperson, City Plan Commission Sept.26,Oct.3,2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held by the Environmental Resources Committee of the Marathon County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 3:00 p.m., Marathon County Courthouse Assembly Room B-105 500 Forest Street Wausau 54403, at which time the Committee will consider the following: 1. The petition of Tim Vreeland on behalf of Don Sebastian to amend the Marathon County Zoning Ordinance to rezone lands from F-P Farmland Preservation to R-R Rural Residential as described as part of Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 33, Township 26 North, Range 3 East, Town of McMillan. The area proposed to be rezoned is as described as Lot 1 and 2 of the preliminary CSM. Parent Parcel #056.2603.331.0999. 2. The petition by Larry and Patricia Lang to amend the Marathon County Zoning Ordinance to rezone lands from G-A General Agriculture to R-R Rural Residential as described as part of the Southeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 22, Township 26 North, Range 2 East, Town of Spencer. The area proposed to be rezoned is as described as Lot 1 and 2 of the preliminary CSM. Parent Parcel #074.2602.223.0984. 3. The petition of Jason Pflieger on behalf of Daniel and Jennifer Schreiber to amend the Marathon County Zoning Ordinance to rezone lands from G-A General Agriculture to R-R Rural Residential (Lot 1) and G-A General Agriculture to R-E Rural Estate (Lot 2) as described as all of Lot 1 of CSM #15798 located in the Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 35, Township 29 North, Range 2 East, Town of Holton. The area to be rezoned is described as Lot 1 and 2 of the Preliminary CSM. Parent Parcel 042.2902.351.0986. All interested persons will be provided the opportunity to be heard at the public hearing. Those planning to attend this meeting who need some type of special accommodation in order to participate should call the County Clerk's Office at 715-261-1500. Please call at least one business day in advance of the meeting. In the event you are unable to attend the public hearing and wish to provide written testimony prior to the hearing please forward to: Conservation, Planning and Zoning Department, 210 River Drive, Wausau, WI 54403-5449 Jacob Langenhahn Environmental Resource Committee Chair. We are encouraging people to attend the meeting by phone. Please call into the telephone conference ten minutes prior to the start time indicated above using the following number: Phone Number: 1-408-418-9388 Access Code/ Meeting Number: 2482 290 3069 PLEASE NOTE: If you are prompted to provide an "Attendee Identification Number" enter the # sign. No other number is required to participate in the telephone conference. Jacob Langenhahn, Chairman Environmental Resources Committee Laurie Miskimins Director Conservation, Planning, and Zoning Department Run: September 19, 26, 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Norman R Bock, owner/applicant, requests approval of a land use amendment to the City's Comprehensive Plan for properties located at 1529-1539 Oshkosh Avenue. The petitioner is requesting to amend the map's recommended future land use from Light Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. The Oshkosh Common Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed map amendment on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 6:00PM in Room 406, City Hall, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, WI 54901. The Oshkosh Plan Commission recommended denial of the map amendment at its September 6, 2022 meeting. Questions regarding the proposed amendment can be directed to Planning Services Manager Mark Lyons, City of Oshkosh, PO Box 1130, Oshkosh, WI 54903-1130. Phone: 920.236.5059 or email planning@ci.oshkosh.wi.us. Written comments regarding the proposed amendment must be received prior to October 4, 2022 an addressed to Mr. Lyons. The Comprehensive Plan can be viewed online at: https://www.ci.oshkosh.wi.us/PlanningServices/ComprehensivePlan.aspx and the proposed amendment can also be viewed online: https://www.ci.oshkosh.wi.us/WebLink/DocView.aspx?id=1104801&dbid=0&repo=Laserfiche PUBLISHED: September 9 & 11, 2022 Run: September 9, 11, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the City of Wisconsin Rapids Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, October 3, 2022 at 4:00 PM within the Council Chambers at City Hall, 444 West Grand Avenue, Wisconsin Rapids. Participation at the public hearing can be in-person or via remote audioconferencing. The public can also participate in the hearing by calling 1-312-626-6799, Access code: 810 4165 7391. The meeting will also be streamed LIVE on the City of Wisconsin Rapids Facebook page. The following items will be heard and possibly acted on: 1.Public hearing and action on a request from Theresa Cashman to amend Chapter 11-Zoning Ordinance, specifically section 11.06.203(13), Architectural Standards, pertaining to trash, garbage and recyclable screening enclosures. Further details regarding the specific requests can be obtained within the Community Development Department at City Hall, or by calling the department at 715-421-8228. The City of Wisconsin Rapids encourages participation from all its citizens. If participation at any public meeting is not possible due to a disability, notification to the City Clerk's office at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting is encouraged to make the necessary accommodations. Call the Clerk at (715) 421-8200 to request accommodations. Jennifer Gossick, Wisconsin Rapids City Clerk Run: Sept. 16, 23; wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Village Board of the Village of Plover, Portage County, Wisconsin, will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday October 5, 2022 at 6:00 P.M. in the Village Board Meeting Room of the Village of Plover Municipal Building, 2400 Post Road, Plover, Wisconsin to hear the following: Vacating Public Street: That portion of Castle Pines Drive described as a parcel of land described as being all of Castle Pines Drive as platted between Lots 58 and 50 of Village Wood Pointe 2nd Addition as recorded in Document No. 827002, said Castle Pines Drive lying east of Cumberland Drive and west of the east line of Village Wood Pointe 2nd addition. Said parcel contains .219 acres of land being located in the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of Section 25, Township 23 North, Range 8 East, Village of Plover, Portage County, Wisconsin and is subject to any easement, covenants, restrictions and right of ways of record. VILLAGE BOARD OF THE VILLAGE OF PLOVER, WISCONSIN Karen M. Swanson, Clerk RUN: September 14, 21, 28, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RETAIL ALCOHOL LICENSE APPLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application has been received by the Clerk of the Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, WI; for a CLASS "A" BEER, "CLASS A LIQUOR" from 7E CO MINNESOTA, LLC dba DINO STOP #7850 located at 3285 Cedar Hedge Lane, Green Bay, WI 54311. Agent is Craig W. Deutsch at 1321 Grover Road, Eau Claire, WI 54701. / The Town Board of the Town of Ledgeview will consider and receive public input, comment, or concerns regarding issuance of the above referenced license at its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. at the Ledgeview Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI. / Dated this 6th day of September, 2022 / s/ Jennifer L. Broich / Clerk, Town of Ledgeview / Posted: September 6, 2022 / Run: September 9 & 16;Wnaxlp


Notice of Public Hearing The Specialized Transportation Assistance Grant Application for 2023 is scheduled for public hearing on Tuesday, November 8th at 1:30 pm via zoom at link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83578573014pwd=QXcvUk1sZ1AyQ0xGWG1Wb3hzd0R1UT09 Meeting ID: 835 7857 3014 Passcode: 958665 One tap mobile +13126266799 83578573014# *958665# US (Chicago) The Public hearing will be held to receive public comment on Winnebago county's proposed plan for spending $448,742.00 authorized under Section 85.21 of Wisconsin State Statute to implement elderly and disabled transportation services in Winnebago County.Proposed 2023 projects requesting 85.21 funds include GO Transit specialized transportation services ($391,493) and Valley Transit specialized transportation services ($57,488) for those persons unable to attend the hearing and wishing to submit comments in advance may do so by mailing their comments to: Nicole Davis-Dawald, Aging and Resources Program Supervisor Winnebago County Department of Human Services P.O. Box 2187 Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54903-2187 877-886-2372 Run: September 8, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF LUXEMBURG Please take notice of the following public hearing on Monday Sept. 19, 2022, 7:00 p.m. with on-site viewing of property located at N5112 Rendezvous Rd. Parcel 31 012 33.07. The Plan Commission will meet at the Town Hall at 7:15 p.m. to discuss the rezoning of this property for David and Marilyn Barrett Living Trust. They wish to rezone 8.440 acres from A-1 Exclusive Ag to R-1 Residential. The lot will be divided into 2 parcels with house parcel being approximately 1.5 acres. Immediately following the hearing, the Luxemburg Town Board may act on any recommendations made by the Luxemburg Planning Commission. Edith Lauscher, Zoning Administrator Town of Luxemburg Run: September 4, 11, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF ROME PLAN COMMISSION Town of Rome Adams County, WI The Plan Commission of the Town of Rome will meet on September 13, 2022, beginning at 4:00 pm at the following place, for the following purpose. Town of Rome Municipal Building 1156 Alpine Drive Nekoosa, Wisconsin 54457 AMENDED PUBLIC HEARING a. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 655 Meadow Ln, owned by Little Valley LLC/Marcin Wal, also described as lot 49 of Arbor Valley Meadows Unrecorded Subdivision, CSM 586, NW 1/4 , SW 1/4 , Section 34, Town 20N, Range 05E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-01265-0000 b. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 387 Setting Sun Tr., owned by Setting Sun Bluegill LLC/Stephanie Cramer, also described as lot 45 of Setting Sun Addition to Lake Arrowhead, NW 1/4 , SW 1/4 , Section 17, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-04197-0000 c. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 377 15th Ave., owned by Kyle Chrostowski, also described as lot 104 of Kingswood Addition to Lake Arrowhead, SE 1/4 , SE 1/4 , Section 14, Town 20N, Range 05E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-03311-0000 d. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 288 Cranbrook Ct., owned by Family Ltd Partnership Wilcox, also described as lot 37 of Cranbrook Addition to Lake Camelot, SE 1/4 , SE 1/4 , Section 09, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-05261-0000 e. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 913 Kings Way, owned by Paula Mickelson & Rodney Hammons, also described as lot 47 of Falk Addition to Lake Camelot, located in SE 1/4 , SW 1/4 , Section 10 and NE 1/4 , NW 1/4 , Section 15, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-05583-0000 f. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 567 Feather Tr, owned by Jennifer and Ryan Konop, also described as lot 29 of Penwood Addition to Lake Arrowhead, NE 1/4 , SE 1/4 , Section 27, Town 20N, Range 05E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-03742-0000 g. Consideration of a site plan/plan of operation for Wenger Enterprises LLC c/o Thomas J Wenger for the property located at 1124 County Road D, also described as Lot 1 of CSM 6696 located in the SE 1/4 , NE 1/4 , Section 08, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-00641-0020 * For more information or to see a map of the affected property please contact the Zoning Administrator. *AMENDED ITEM Zoning Department, Town of Rome 715-325-8019 zeddies@romewi.com Run: September 6, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING / ADOPTION OF VARIOUS AMENDMENTS TO THE TOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES, / SPECIFICALLY IN ZONING CHAPTER 135 PERTAINING TO TWO-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AND FENCES FOR THE TOWN OF LEDGEVIEW / PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Public Hearing will be held by the Town Board of the Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, Wisconsin, on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. in the Ledgeview Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, at which time the Town Board will consider adoption of various amendments to the Town Code of Ordinances specifically in Chapter 135, as it relates to two-family residential development review and approval requirements; as well as Chapter 135-15 as it relates to fencing requirements by approving Ordinance O-2022-024 and O-2022-025. / Information regarding the above can be requested by contacting the Zoning Administrator via email at dteaters@ledgeviewwisconsin.com. Written comments may be submitted in lieu of public appearance via mail, addressed to the Clerk, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115; via email at jbroich@ledgeviewwisconsin.com; or by dropping off said comments in the drop box located on the stone wall inside the main entrance door (to the immediate left) of the Community Center by 12:00 p.m. (noon) of said meeting day. The Town Board will acknowledge receipt of written comments submitted during the Public Hearing section of the meeting / All interested persons, firms and corporations wishing to be heard are invited to be present and may be heard at this hearing / Dated this 31st day of August 2022 /s/ Jennifer L. Broich / Clerk, Town of Ledgeview / Posted: 08/31/2022 Run: September 2, 9, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE TOWN OF GREEN BAY BOARD (SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE) The Town of Green Bay Town Board will hold a Public Hearing at the Town Hall located at 5999 County Rd K, New Franken, WI 54229 on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 6:30 pm regarding the Resolution of the vacation of a portion of Edgewater Beach Rd, Resolution in part and property description as follows: WHERAS, the Town Board has determined that the public interest requires the vacation, abandonment and discontinuance of said portion of Edgewater Beach Road. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that it appears to be in the public interest that the portion of Edgewater Beach Road be abandoned, vacated and discontinued by the Town. Such portion of Edgewater Beach Road is described as follows: Part of the Right-of-Way known as Edgewater Beach Road, being located in Government Lot 2, Section 15, T25N-R22E, Town of Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin, more fully described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the Northwesterly Right-of-Way of Edgewater Beach Road and the Southwesterly Line of Lot 159 of the recorded "Plat of Edgewater Beach" (Volume 4, Plats, Page 59, Document No. 68502, Brown County Records); thence N58°31'52"E, 122.85 feet to a point being S43°23'15"E, 20.61 feet from the intersection of said Northwesterly Right-of-Way and the Northeasterly Line of Lot 160 of said "Plat of Edgewater Beach"; thence N43°23'15"W, 20.61 feet to said intersection of the Northwesterly Right-of-Way and said Northeasterly Line of Said Lot 160, thence S48°52'53"W, 120.29 feet along said Northwesterly Right-of-Way to the Point of Beginning. Parcel contains 1239 square feet / 0.03 acres, more or less. Parcel subject to easements and restrictions of record. All interested parties wishing to be heard are requested to be present. Submitted by: Debbie Mercier Town of Green Bay Clerk Run: September 20, 27, October 4, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE TOWN OF GREEN BAY BOARD (SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE) The Town of Green Bay Town Board will hold a Public Hearing at the Town Hall located at 5999 County Rd K, New Franken, WI 54229 on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 6:45 pm regarding the Resolution of the vacation of a portion of Depeau Rd, Resolution in part and property description as follows: WHERAS, the Town Board has determined that the public interest requires the vacation, abandonment and discontinuance of said portion of Depeau Road. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that it appears to be in the public interest that the portion of Depeau Road be abandoned, vacated and discontinued by the Town. Such portion of Depeau Road is described as follows: Part of Lot 2 of CSM #9511, Doc# 3014522, being part of the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4, of Section 35, T25N,R22E, Town of Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the South 1/4 Corner of said Section 35, Thence N0°11'17"E, along the North-South 1/4 Line of said section, also being the centerline of De Peau Road, 90.00 feet; Thence S89°52'06"E, 24.75 feet, to the new east right of way line of said road, and also being the point of beginning of this description; Thence N 0°11'17"E along said new east right of way line, 98.00; Thence S 89°52'06"E, 10.25 feet, to the old east right of way line, also being the existing west line of said Lot 1, Thence S 0°11'17"W, along the west line of said CSM, 98.00 feet, also being the old east right of way line; Thence N 89°52'06"W, 10.25 feet, to the new east right of way line, also being the point of beginning of this description; Area if lands returned to owner 1004 Sq. Ft. or 0.0231 acre. The purpose of this description to describe those lands of existing road right of way being vacated by the township and returned to the current owner of said Lot 2. Furthermore to change a strip of existing right of way from being 35 feet to 24.75 feet(3 rods) to clear the encroachments of existing building on said Lot 2 from when this described land was dedicated as part of Lot 1 CSM #7544 Doc. #2269631. All interested parties wishing to be heard are requested to be present. Submitted by: Debbie Mercier Town of Green Bay Clerk Run: September 20, 27, October 4, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING City of Oshkosh Plan Commission NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing has been called and will be held before the City of Oshkosh Plan Commission in Room 404 at the Oshkosh City Hall on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 4:00 pm to consider the following proposals to the Oshkosh Zoning Ordinance which was adopted by the Oshkosh Common Council on the 13th day of December, 2016. Section 1. Oshkosh Area School District, owner/petitioner, requests a zone change from the existing Institutional District (I) to Institutional District with a Planned Development Overlay (I-PD). The applicant also requests approval of General Development Plan and Specific Implementation Plan for athletic field improvements and lighting at Oshkosh West High School, 375 N Eagle Street. Section 2. Bravehart Development, applicant, Associated Bank, owner, requests a zone change from the existing Suburban Mixed Use District to Suburban Mixed Use District with a Planned Development Overlay. The applicant also requests approval of a General Development Plan for a drive-thru coffee shop development at 2101 W 9th Avenue. Section 3. PTS Contractors Inc., petitioner, and Vertical Bridge Nimbus LLC, owner, requests a Conditional Use Permit for a Temporary Outdoor Storage Land Use located at 2333 Bowen St, which is on the corner of Bowen St. and E Smith Ave. Section 4. Frey Rental Properties LLC, petitioner/owner, requests a Conditional Use Permit for an Adaptive Reuse to convert an existing Commercial property into a Residential property located at 322 Court St. Questions regarding these proposals should be directed to the City of Oshkosh Planning Division at 920.236.5059 or email planning@ci.oshkosh.wi.us . Any and all persons interested in said proposals will be given an opportunity to be heard at said time and place. PUBLISHED: September 9 & 11, 2022 Run: September 9, 11, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF WAUSAU ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 21st day of September, 2022 at 4:00 p.m., there will be heard by the Zoning Board of Appeals at a meeting thereof to be held in the 2nd Floor Board Room at the City Hall in the City of Wausau, Marathon County, Wisconsin, the following matter: The appeal of Ron Aderholdt, Facilities Manager, Peoples State Bank, seeking a street yard fence height variance from the maximum 4' to 6' for the back parking lot located at 505 and 509 South 21st Avenue. Legal Description: HELMKE & NEHRING ADD LOT 10 BLK 1 ALSO N 7' OF VAC ALLEY LYG S OF SD LOT INCL W1/2 OF VAC ALLEY LYG E OF SD PCL INCL ALL THAT PT OF VAC S 21ST AVE DESD IN DOC #1399255 EX DOC #1464958 and HELMKE & NEHRING ADD LOT 11 BLK 1 INCL W1/2 OF VAC ALLEY LYG E OF SD PCL Dated: September 7, 2022 Kaitlyn Bernarde CITY CLERK Run: Sept. 9, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT / PLEASE TAKE NOTICE a Public Hearing will be held by the Town Board of the Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, Wisconsin, on TUESDAY, September 20, 2022 at 4:30 PM. at Ledgeview Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, to receive public comments on the following: Request on a Conditional Use Permit:to allow for Local and Long Distance Trucking Operations with Diesel Engines Service, Equipment and Supplies (not manufacturing) / Tax Parcel: D-130-3 / Address: 3700 Elmview Road / Applicant: Michael Hintz, Sr. (agent) on behalf of Dedicated Real Estate Family (owner) Information on the above can be requested by contacting the Zoning Administrator via email at dteaters@ledgeviewwisconsin.com. Written comments may be submitted in lieu of public appearance via mail, addressed to the Clerk, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115; via email at jbroich@ledgeviewwisconsin.com; or by dropping off said comments in the drop box located on the stone wall inside the main entrance door (to the immediate left) of the Community Center by 12:00 p.m. (noon) of said meeting day. The Town Board will acknowledge receipt of written comments submitted during the Public Hearing section of the meeting. / All interested persons, firms and corporations wishing to be heard are invited to be present and may be heard at this hearing. / Dated this 31st day of August 2022. /s/ Jennifer L. Broich / Clerk, Town of Ledgeview / Posted: August 31, 2022 / Published: September 2 & 9, 2022 Run: September 2, 9, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING For Amendments to City of Wausau Official Map 28th Avenue Hilltop Avenue to West Wausau Avenue Notice is hereby given that the City of Wausau Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee will hold a public hearing on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 5:15 pm in the Common Council Chambers of Wausau City Hall, 407 Grant Street, to consider amendments to the Official City Map. These amendments will affect certain private and public property located along 28th Avenue from Hilltop Avenue north to West Wausau Avenue, including some property located along Maple Hill Drive, North 29th Avenue, and North 30th Avenue. The purpose of the public hearing is to receive input from interested parties regarding the proposed map amendments which include establishing the location of the future right-of-way lines for widening and realigning 28th Avenue and removing segments from the Official City Map. The intent of these amendments to the Official City Map is to further reserve the needed street right-of-way by minimizing the amount of building construction activity allowed within this reserved area. The proposed street improvements are intended to improve the safety and motor vehicle carrying capacity of 28th Avenue. The purpose of the official map is to conserve and promote the public health, safety, and convenience and/or general welfare. A legal description of the area involved in these Official City Map amendments and a detailed map of the amendment areas are available for inspection in the City Clerk's Office and in the Engineering Department, both located at City Hall, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. The legal description and map are also available on the City of Wausau website at: https://www.ci.wausau.wi.us/Home/Announcements/tabid/96/ID/1562/Proposed-Amendment-to-Official-City-Map--28th-Avenue-Corridor.aspx Notice is also given that the Common Council of the City of Wausau is anticipated to review and take final action on the proposed amendments to the Official City Map at its November 9, 2022 meeting, which is scheduled to begin at 6:30 pm in the Common Council Chambers of Wausau City Hall. Run: September 28, October 5, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ABATEMENT OF NUISANCES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held, pursuant to the City of Manitowoc Municipal Code Section 8.190(6)(2), in the Common Council Chambers of City Hall in the City of Manitowoc on Monday, September 19, 2022, at 6:34 p.m. for the purpose of hearing objections to proposed assessments to property owners for abatement of nuisance Parks Forestry Assessments, which report is on file at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 900 Quay Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. If you need accommodation for this meeting, please notify the City Clerk's office at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting (or as soon as possible after the meeting is posted, if posted less than 48 hours prior to the meeting time) at 920-686-6950. Dated this 29th day of August, 2022. Signed) Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, City Clerk PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MANITOWOC, WISCONSIN RUN: Sept. 4, 12, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED CHANGES TO CHAPTER 15 OF THE MANITOWOC MUNICIPAL CODE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held, pursuant to Wis. Stat. Section 62.23(7)(d)2 in the Common Council Chambers of City Hall in the City of Manitowoc on Monday, September 19, 2022 at 6:33 p.m. for the purpose of hearing any and all interested parties in the matter of the following proposed change to Chapter 15 of the Manitowoc Municipal Code. Amend Section 15.390(14) related to Setback from Major Streets A copy of the ordinances amending Chapter 15 of the Manitowoc Municipal Code are available in the City Clerk's Office. If you need accommodation for this meeting, please notify the City Clerk's office at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting (or as soon as possible after the meeting is posted, if posted less than 48 hours prior to the meeting time) at 920-686-6950. Dated this 31st day of August, 2022. (Signed) Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, City Clerk PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MANITOWOC, WISCONSIN RUN: Sept. 4, 12, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED CHANGES TO CHAPTER 15 OF THE MANITOWOC MUNICIPAL CODE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held, pursuant to Wis. Stat. Section 62.23(7)(d)2 in the Common Council Chambers of City Hall in the City of Manitowoc on Monday, September 19, 2022 at 6:33 p.m. for the purpose of hearing any and all interested parties in the matter of the following proposed change to Chapter 15 of the Manitowoc Municipal Code. Amend Section 15.390(14) related to Setback from Major Streets A copy of the ordinances amending Chapter 15 of the Manitowoc Municipal Code are available in the City Clerk's Office. If you need accommodation for this meeting, please notify the City Clerk's office at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting (or as soon as possible after the meeting is posted, if posted less than 48 hours prior to the meeting time) at 686-6950. Dated this 31st day of August, 2022. Published September 4 & 12, 2022 Signed) Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, City Clerk PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MANITOWOC, WISCONSIN Run: September 4, 12, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Public Hearing on Zoning Ordinance Text Revisions in the City of Oconto, Oconto, Wisconsin September 27, 2022 6:00 P.M. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in the City of Oconto that there will be a PUBLIC HEARING before the Oconto City Council in the Council Chambers, at City Hall, 1210 Main Street, Oconto, WI 54153, to solicit comments on proposed zoning ordinances text revisions. A copy of the proposed ordinance text revisions is available at Oconto City Hall, Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. or at www.cityofoconto.com. All persons interested are invited to attend this hearing and be heard. Written comments may be submitted to: City of Oconto, Attn: Brittney Bickel, 1210 Main St, Oconto, WI 54153 Brittney M. Bickel, City Administrator Run: September 7, 14, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF OSHKOSH The Redevelopment Authority (RDA) of the City of Oshkosh will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, September 21st 2022 at 4:00 pm in Room 404 at the Oshkosh City Hall, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, to determine if the property at 916 Mason Street is blighted as defined in Section 66.1333, Wis. Stats. Said property is proposed to be demolished for blight elimination purposes. The RDA will hear public comments from all interested parties on the RDA's proposed determination. All comments received are for information purposes only. Any property owner subject to the RDA's determination who objects that their property is blighted shall file a written statement with the RDA before, at the time of, or within 15 days after the public hearing, which statement shall contain the mailing address of the person filing the statement and be signed by or on behalf of that person and mailed to Redevelopment Authority, Oshkosh City Hall, 215 Church Ave, Oshkosh, WI 54901. Questions relating to this notice may be directed to Jason Pausma at the City of Oshkosh Community Development Department at (920) 236-5045 or jpausma@ci.oshkosh.wi.us. RUN: 9/7/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REQUEST TO REZONE / PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Public Hearing will be held by the Town Board of the Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, Wisconsin, on September 20, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. in the Ledgeview Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, at which time the Town Board will consider the request by Michael Hintz, Sr. (agent) on behalf of Dedicated Real Estate Family (owner), for a significant change to lands zoned PDD-BP, Planned Development District Business Park to construct a trucking operations facility with diesel engine service (not manufacturing), drive-through coffee shop, and offices located at 3700 Elmview Road in the Town of Ledgeview, Wisconsin. / Affected Parcels: D-130-3 / Information regarding the above can be requested by contacting the Zoning Administrator via email at dteaters@ledgeviewwisconsin.com. Written comments may be submitted in lieu of public appearance via mail, addressed to the Clerk, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115; via email at jbroich@ledgeviewwisconsin.com; or by dropping off said comments in the drop box located on the stone wall inside the main entrance door (to the immediate left) of the Community Center by 12:00 p.m. (noon) of said meeting day. The Town Board will acknowledge receipt of written comments submitted during the Public Hearing section of the meeting. / All interested persons, firms and corporations wishing to be heard are invited to be present and may be heard at this hearing. / Dated this 31st day of August 2022 /s/ Jennifer L. Broich / Clerk, Town of Ledgeview / Posted: August 31, 2022 Run: September 2, 9, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REQUEST TO REZONE/ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Public Hearing will be held by the Town Board of the Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, Wisconsin, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. in the Ledgeview Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, at which time the Town Board will consider three separate requests for rezones in the Town of Ledgeview / Rezone request by Mary Haas (owner) to rezone parcel D-183-3, located at 1926 Dallas Lane, from A-2 Agriculture to R-1 Residential. / Rezone request by Jon Logan (representative for Brown County) to rezone a portion of D-405-5, located at 3800 Heritage Road, from C-1 Conservancy to I-O Institutional Overlay / Rezone request by Selner/TCD Home for a significant change to lands zoned PDD-BP, Planned Development DistrictBusiness Park to construct an office / warehouse facility on parcel D-122-7, located at 3310 Kewaunee Road. / Information regarding the above requests can be requested by contacting the Zoning Administrator via email at dteaters@ledgeviewwisconsin.com. Written comments may be submitted in lieu of public appearance via mail, addressed to the Clerk, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115; via email at jbroich@ledgeviewwisconsin.com; or by dropping off said comments in the drop box located on the stone wall inside the main entrance door (to the immediate left) of the Community Center by 12:00 p.m. (noon) of said meeting day. The Town Board will acknowledge receipt of written comments submitted during the Public Hearing section of the meeting. / All interested persons, firms and corporations wishing to be heard are invited to be present and may be heard at this hearing / Dated this 15th day of September 2022 /s/ Jennifer L. Broich / Clerk, Town of Ledgeview / Posted: Sept 15, 2022 Run: Spetember 20, 27, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF GRAND CHUTE OUTAGAMIE COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Notice is hereby given that the Outagamie County Zoning Committee will hold a public hearing at the Outagamie County Government Center, County Board Room, 320 S. Walnut St., Appleton, WI 54911, on September 27, 2022 at 10:30 AM to consider the petition of Davel Engineering, applicant on behalf of Midtown Real Estate LLP, owner, to allow construction of a stormwater pond within the 10,000' buffer from Airport Operations Area per Section 10-522(f) of the Outagamie County Airport Zoning Ordinance.The proposed special exception site is further described: Parcel No.: 101125701, LOT 1 CSM 8290 Town of Grand Chute, Outagamie County, Wisconsin. For more details, including a map illustrating the proposed special exception, documents related to this petition can be viewed at https://cityview.outagamie.org/ by referencing the below File Number under Planning Application search. Any interested person may address the Zoning Committee by mailing a letter to Outagamie County DLS, 320 S. Walnut Street, Appleton, WI 54911, emailing zoningemail@outagamie.org, or attending on the date and time listed above. Dated this 8 day of September, 2022 OUTAGAMIE COUNTY ZONING COMMITTEE DEBBIE VANDER HEIDEN, CHAIR File No: PL202200410 Accommodation Notice: Any person requiring special accommodation who wishes to attend this meeting should call (920) 832-5255 at least 48 hours in advance. Run: September 13, 20, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Town of Marshfield October 10, 2022 7:45 P.M. This is to inform you that a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, October 10, 2022, at the Town of Marshfield Hall at 7:45 p.m. to hear testimony relative to an application having been filed with the town clerk by Jeremy & Angela Faber, to change zoning from agricultural to commercial and to request a conditional use permit to operate a business on Lot 2 of WCCSM 10853 parcel # 1100043 located at 11922 N. Galvin Ave., Marshfield, WI being part of Section 3, T25N, R3E, Town of Marshfield, Wood County, WI, as part of the towns update of its zoning code to bring property into alignment with its current use. Janet A. Meyer, Clerk Run: Sept. 26, Oct. 3; wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Town of Marshfield October 10, 2022 8:00 P.M. Notice is hereby given that a public hearing of the Planning Commission will be held on Monday, October 10, 2022, at 8:00 p.m., at the Town of Marshfield Hall for the purpose of discussion and recommendation of proposed change in zoning from Agricultural to Residential (R1) for the following properties as part of the update of the town zoning code: Parcel 1100042A Tyrone Narlock 12020 N. Galvin Ave., Marshfield, WI Parcel 1100042B Ethan Sopiarz 12038 N. Galvin Ave., Marshfield, WI Parcel 11042CA Kenneth Lenz 12032 N. Galvin Ave., Marshfield, WI Parcel 1100042D Rayna Lenzner 12026 N. Galvin Ave., Marshfield, WI and recommendation of proposed change in zoning from Commercial to Agricultural for the following properties as part of the update of the town zoning code: Parcel 1100012B Michael Grosbier 7520 County Road Y, Marshfield WI Parcel 1100075B Jed Moore 7925 County Road Y, Marshfield, WI Parcel 1100075BB Bob Fredrick 7901 County Road Y, Marshfield, WI and recommendation of proposed change in zoning from Residential (R1) to Agricultural for the following properties as part of the update of the town zoning code: Parcel 1100048AA Jacob Willem Zijlstra 8330 County Road Y, Marshfield, WI Parcel 1100052 Kevin Krause and Kayla Spencer 8122 County Road Y, Marshfield, WI Janet A. Meyer, Clerk Town of Marshfield 11191 Milling Lane Marshfield, WI 54449 715.384.5638 Run: Sept. 26, Oct. 3; wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF PIERCE The Town of Pierce Plan Commission will meet on Tuesday, October 4th, 2022, at 7:30 p.m. at the Pierce Town Hall. The commission will hear a request by Jerry and Kathleen Nimmer Trust to rezone a 2-acre parcel of land they wish to purchase from Jean Rohr, Tax Parcel 31 016 31.161 from A-1 Prime Ag Land District to R-1 Residential. All interested persons are invited to attend and be heard. Edith Lauscher Pierce Town Zoning Administrator RUN: 9/20/22, 9/27/22 WNAXLP


Notice of Public Hearing Town of Poygan Notice is hereby given of a public hearing to be held by the Town of Poygan Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday October 12, 2022 at the Poygan Town Hall, 8693 Town Hall Road beginning at 7:00 P.M. to hear testimony on the following request: A conditional use permit has been requested by Andrew and Wendy Kilgas for building an 1/2 acre oval pond on their property. The property in question is located at 8417 Oak Hill Road, described as LOT 1 of CSM-5253 ( 5.0 A) in the Town ofPoygan, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Tax parcel number 020-048705. The property is located 0.2 miles east of the intersection of Oak Hill Road and Rushford Avenue in the Town of Poygan. All neighboring property owners within 300 feet of the subject location will be notified by mail. Any person may speak at the hearing or present written testimony to the Town Clerk, Julia Reinert (920) 685-2686 or Planning and Zoning Secretary (920) 420-2670 prior to the hearing. Susan Schwartz, Deputy Clerk Run:Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF ROME PLAN COMMISSION Town of Rome Adams County, WI The Plan Commission of the Town of Rome will meet on October 11, 2022, beginning at 4:00 pm at the following place, for the following purpose. Town of Rome Municipal Building 1156 Alpine Drive Nekoosa, Wisconsin 54457 PUBLIC HEARING a. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: to construct a brewery on the property located at 304 Matterhorn Tr, owned by Clinton J & Heather L Dalton and Brandon D & Leslie M Orr, also described as Lot 2 of CSM 5041 located in SE 1/4 , SW 1/4 , Section 08, and NE 1/4 , NW 1/4 , Section 17, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-01136-0589 For more information or to see a map of the affected property please contact the Zoning Administrator. Zoning Department Town of Rome 715-325-8019 zeddies@romewi.com Run: September 28, 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF ROME PLAN COMMISSION Town of Rome Adams County, WI The Plan Commission of the Town of Rome will meet on October 11, 2022, beginning at 4:00 pm at the following place, for the following purpose. Town of Rome Municipal Building 1156 Alpine Drive Nekoosa, Wisconsin 54457 PUBLIC HEARING a. Consideration of the proposed Comprehensive Plan map 9 amendment from Forestry to Rural Residential and zoning map amendment from FR (forest & outdoor recreation) to R-2 (One- and Two-Family and Manufactured Dwelling Residence District) relating to the properties owned by T & S Land Investments, described as follows: Parcel numbers 030-00631-0000 and 030-00632-0000, all parcels also described as part of Section 07, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, total area 79 acres b. Consideration of a site plan/plan of operation for Up North Brewing Company c/o Clinton J & Heather L Dalton and Brandon D & Leslie M Orr, for the property located at 304 Matterhorn Tr, also described as Lot 2 of CSM 5041 located in SE 1/4 , SW 1/4 , Section 08, and NE 1/4 , NW 1/4 , Section 17, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-01136-0589 c. Consideration of a site plan/plan of operation for Ebbe Realty c/o Randall J Ebbe Sr, for the property located at 384 State Road 13, also described as Lot 75 of Canterbury Addition to Lake Sherwood located in SW 1/4 , SE 1/4 , Section 17, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-01950-0000 d. Consideration of a site plan/plan of operation for Joshua & Naomi Gottowske, for the property described as Lot 3 of Certified Survey Map 6696, located in SE 1/4 , NE 1/4 , Section 08, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-00641-0030 e. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 389 Cog Hill Ct., Unit 5, owned by Michael Welsh, also described as Unit #9 of Deer Run at Lake Arrowhead Condominium, located in SE 1/4 , SW 1/4 , Section 18, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-02973-0608 f. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 1171 Arrowhead Tr., owned by 424 Investments LLC, also described as lot 106 of Setting Sun Addition to Lake Arrowhead, located in SE 1/4 , SW 1/4 , and SW 1/4 , SW 1/4 , Section 17, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-04257-0000 g. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 338 Hickory Tr., owned by Constance G McNamara & Cubick Living Trust, also described as lots 379-380 of Kingswood Addition to Lake Arrowhead, located in SW 1/4 , NE 1/4 , Section 14, Town 20N, Range 05E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-03585-0000 h. Consideration of the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for the following purpose: the short-term rental at the property located at 1314 Bogey Tr., owned by David & Jacqueline Portz, also described as lot 8 of Bogey Addition to Lake Arrowhead, located in SE 1/4 , NE 1/4 , Section 19, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, with a parcel number of 030-02909-0507 For more information or to see a map of the affected property please contact the Zoning Administrator. Zoning Department Town of Rome 715-325-8019 zeddies@romewi.com Run: September 27, October 4, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF ROME PLAN COMMISSION Town of Rome Adams County, WI. The Plan Commission of the Town of Rome will meet on October 11, 2022, beginning at 4:00 pm at the following place, for the following purpose. Town of Rome Municipal Building 1156 Alpine Drive Nekoosa, Wisconsin 54457 PUBLIC HEARING a. Consideration of the proposed Comprehensive Plan map 9 amendment from Forestry to Residential and zoning map amendment from FR (forest & outdoor recreation) to R-2 (One- and Two-Family and Manufactured Dwelling Residence District) relating to the properties owned by T & S Land Investments, described as follows: Parcel numbers 030-00631-0000 and 030-00632-0000, all parcels also described as part of Section 07, Town 20N, Range 06E, Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, total area 79 acres. For more information or to see a map of the affected property please contact the Zoning Administrator. Zoning Department Town of Rome 715-325-8019 zeddies@romewi.com Run: September 11, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING VILLAGE HALL, 206 MAPLE STREET, LUXEMBURG TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2022 6:45 P.M. A request for a rezone by Dean & Teresa Simonar for parcel 31-146-NE-28-28-7 (415 Robin Lane) for rezoning the property from Residential-3 to C-1 Commercial. The purpose of this request is to correct past inaccuracies in order for the property to be sold as a commercial site which it has been operating for the past 25+ years. The Planning Commission will meet to discuss the plan/site development at 6:30 and will hold a public hearing for public input on the request. After each public hearing, the Planning Commission will make a recommendation to the Village Board at their monthly Board meeting that same evening. MiLissa Stipe, Clerk/Treasurer Run: September 28, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Village of Harrison Calumet County, Wisconsin NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held at the Plan Commission meeting of the Village of Harrison, Calumet County, Wisconsin on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, at 6:00pm at the Harrison Municipal Building, W5298 Hwy 114, Menasha, WI 54952. The public hearing will be held regarding a proposed zoning map amendment (rezoning) by JJMRS Commercial, LLC to rezone from Rural Residential [RR] to Community Commercial [CC] for the property located at N7099 Horn Road, Hilbert WI. The property is described as all of Lot 1 of Certified Survey Map No. 2250 with said lot being part of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, Section 5, Township 19 North, Range 19 East, Village of Harrison, Calumet County, Wisconsin. A map of the property may be obtained from the Village of Harrison. All interested persons objecting to or supporting this rezoning may offer comment at the hearing or send written comment to: Village Clerk, W5298 Hwy 114, Menasha, WI 54952. The Plan Commission will make their decision during the regular meeting. Dated this 31st day of August, 2022. Trish Nau, Assistant Planner Run: September 2, 6, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Notice is hereby given that public hearings will be held by the Oconto County Board of Adjustment under the Oconto County Zoning and Shoreland Ordinance on September 26, 2022. APPLICATION NO. 1 at 8:45 AM at the Townsend Town Hall for Terry Jordan, 2250 Gingerwood Way, Green Bay, WI 54313, Agent: Rod Hansen, for Variance to build closer to the centerline of the road and the ordinary high water mark. Location of the property is in Section 28, T33N, R15E, Town of Townsend. (On-site inspection at 8:30 AM) 17481 Meadow Parkway APPLICATION NO. 2 at 10:15 AM at the Brazeau Town Hall for Thomas Dequaine, 4815 US Hwy 141, Abrams, WI 54101, for Conditional use permit for a dwelling over 15 years. Location of the property is in Section 30, T30N, R19E, Town of Brazeau. (On-site inspection at 10:00 AM) 9396 Lee Lake Rd APPLICATION NO. 3 at 11:00AM at the Spruce Town Hall for Steve Verrette, 6141 Hwy 32 North, Gillett, WI 54124, Agent: Chad Kary, for Conditional use permit for operating a quarry. Location of the property is in Section 13, T29N, R19E, Town of Spruce. (On-site inspection at 10:45 AM) 8771 Charolais Rd APPLICATION NO. 4 at 1:15 PM at the Oconto Town Hall for Anthony Martin, 4428 State Hwy 22, Lena, WI 54139, for Conditional use permit for equipment service and repairs. Location of the property is in Section 17, T28N, R21E, Town of Oconto. (On-site inspection at 1:00 PM) 4428 State Hwy 22 APPLICATION NO. 5 at 3:15PM at the Little Suamico Town Hall for Nathan & Ruth Yoder, 3291 Synder Ln, Little Suamico, WI 54141, Agent: Attorney Brandon O'Bryon, for Conditional use permit for home based industry out of an accessory structure for sheet metal fabrication business. Location of the property is in Section 27, T27N, R21E, Town of Pensaukee. (On-site inspection at 1:45 PM) 3291 Synder Lane APPLICATION NO. 6 immediately following application no. 5 at the Little Suamico Town Hall for Condo Storage Innovations LLC, 5204 Ball Park Rd, Little Suamico, WI 54141, Agent: Jesse Stahl, for Conditional use permit for storage units on Lot 82, 83 & 84. Location of the property is in Section 35, T27N, R20E, Town of Abrams. (On-site inspection at 2:15 PM) 2736 E Frontage Rd Lot 82, 83 & 84 APPLICATION NO. 7 immediately following application no. 6 at the Little Suamico Town Hall for Ron & Carmen Fosick, 4620 E Brown Rd., Little Suamico, WI 54141, Agent: Jim Wolfe, for Variance to build closer to the ordinary high water mark. Location of the property is in Section 31, T26N, R21E, Town of Little Suamico. (On-site inspection at 2:45 PM) 4620 East Brown Rd. Dated: August 31, 2022 For: The Oconto County Board of Adjustment By: Patrick Virtues Zoning Administrator Run: September 7 & 14, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Notice is hereby given that the Oconto County Land and Water Resources Committee will hold public hearings on October 10, 2022 on the proposed redistricting of the following properties under the Oconto County Zoning Ordinance and Oconto County Land Division Ordinance. APPLICATION NO. 1 at 9:00 AM at the Little Suamico Town Hall, 5964 County Rd S, for Carla Liubakka, 4085 Pankow Ln, Oconto, WI 54153, to rezone from Forest District to Rural Residential District. Location of the property is in Section 13, T27N, R20E, Town of Pensaukee. (On-site inspection at 8:00 AM) 4085 Pankow Ln. APPLICATION NO. 2 immediately following application no. 1 at the Little Suamico Town Hall, 5964 County Rd S for Jane VandenLangenberg, 4609 Brookside Rd, Abrams, WI 54101, Agent: Jessica Boomsma, to rezone from General Commercial District to Residential Single Family District. Location of the property is in Section 19, T27N, R21E, Town of Pensaukee. (On-site inspection at 8:15 AM) 4609 Brookside Rd APPLICATION NO. 3 immediately following application no. 2 at the Little Suamico Town Hall for Tracey Krumrei, 1675 Fox Rd., Little Suamico, WI 54141, to rezone from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District. Location of the property is in Section 14, T26N, R20E, Town of Little Suamico. (On-site inspection at 8:45 AM) 1675 Fox Rd. APPLICATION NO. 4 at 11:15 AM at the Oconto Falls Town Hall, 8680 State Highway 22 for Verna Peterson Family Revocable Trust, 8654 Schroeder Rd., Oconto Falls, WI 54154, Agent: Steve Bieda, to rezone from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District. Location of the property is in Section 28, T27N, R19E, Town of Morgan. (On-site inspection at 10:00 AM) 8654 Schroeder Rd. APPLICATION NO. 5 immediately following application no. 4 at the Oconto Falls Town Hall, 8680 State Highway 22 for Baldwin Dove Trust, 19870 Top O The Moor Dr. W, Monument, CO 80132, Agent: Mark Pawlak, to rezone from Forest District to Residential Single Family District & Rural Residential District. Location of the property is in Section 19, T28N, R19E, Town of Oconto Falls. (On-site inspection at 10:20 AM) Gray Lake Rd. APPLICATION NO. 6 immediately following application no. 5 at the Oconto Falls Town Hall for Marc & Karen Braun, 1000 County Rd B, Shawano, WI 54166, Agent: Sierra Olmsted, to rezone from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District. Location of the property is in Section 18, T28N, R19E, Town of Oconto Falls. (On-site inspection at 10:40 AM) 6326 Daly Creek Rd. APPLICATION NO. 7 immediately following application no. 6 at the Oconto Falls Town Hall for Paul Anderson, 7385 Grove St., Oconto Falls, WI 54154, to rezone from Agricultural District to Neighborhood Commercial District. Location of the property is in Section 25, T28N, R19E, Town of Oconto Falls. (On-site inspection at 11:00 AM) Columbia St. APPLICATION NO. 8 at 2:00 PM at the Maple Valley Town Hall for Patrick Flynn, 8285 State Highway 32, Gillett, WI 54124, to rezone from Restricted Commercial District to General Commercial District. Location of the property is in Section 20, T29N, R18E, Town of Maple Valley. (On-site inspection at 1:30 PM) 8285 State Highway 32 APPLICATION NO. 9 immediately following application no. 8 at the Maple Valley Town Hall for Dan & Marianne Baeb, 3700 Evergreen Ave., Green Bay, WI 54313, to rezone from Agricultural District to Forest District. Location of the property is in Section 15, T29N, R18E, Town of Maple Valley. (On-site inspection at 1:45 PM) 10848 County Rd A APPLICATION NO. 10 at 3:15 PM at the Lena Town Hall for Gary Riha, 1573 Sherwood Dr., Green Bay, WI 54313, to rezone from Light Industrial District to General Commercial District. Location of the property is in Section 35, T29N, R20E, Town of Lena. (On-site inspection at 3:00 PM) 7480 Old 141 Rd. APPLICATION NO. 11 immediately following application no. 10 at the Lena Town Hall for Gary Riha, 1573 Sherwood Dr., Green Bay, WI 54313, for a variance from the Oconto County Land Division Ordinance to create a lot less than 20, 000 sq ft. Location of the property is in Section 35, T29N, R20E, Town of Lena. (On-site inspection at 3:00 PM) 7480 Old 141 Rd. Notice is further given that printed copies of the proposed rezoning's are available for public inspection in the Zoning Office, Courthouse, Oconto, Wisconsin during regular office hours. Dated this 14th day of September 2022. THE OCONTO COUNTY LAND AND WATER RESOURCES COMMITTEE OF THE OCONTO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS By: Patrick Virtues, Zoning Administrator Run: September 21, 28, 2022 wnaxlp


Notice of Public Hearings for the Oshkosh and Winnebago County Housing Authorities The U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations require that the Oshkosh (OHA) and Winnebago County Housing Authorities (WCHA) conduct a public hearing to discuss any changes to the goals, objectives, and policies of the agency; and to invite public comment regarding such changes. These changes will then become part of each agency's OHA Five-Year, PHA Annual Plan and Capital Budget for 2022 and 2023 and the OHA/WCHA Family Self Sufficiency Action Plan. The draft plans can be obtained from the Housing Authority office or viewed on the Agency website: "ohawcha.org" and will be available at the meeting. The Public Hearing will begin Monday, September 26, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. at a joint board meeting of the Oshkosh and Winnebago County Housing Authorities. The hearing will be at Court Tower, 100 Court St., (First Floor Theatre Room) Oshkosh. If anyone needs special accommodations to participate, please contact the Authorities at (920) 424-1450 ext. 112. EHO Run: September 11 & 21, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Public Hearings for the Oshkosh and Winnebago County Housing Authorities The U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations require that the Oshkosh (OHA) and Winnebago County Housing Authorities (WCHA) conduct a public hearing to discuss any changes to the goals, objectives, and policies of the agency; and to invite public comment regarding such changes. These changes will then become part of each agency's OHA Five-Year, PHA Annual Plan and Capital Budget for 2022 and 2023 and the OHA/WCHA Family Self Sufficiency Action Plan. The draft plans can be obtained from the Housing Authority office or viewed on the Agency website: "ohawcha.org" and will be available at the meeting. The Public Hearing will begin Monday, September 26, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. at a joint board meeting of the Oshkosh and Winnebago County Housing Authorities. The hearing will be at Court Tower, 100 Court St., (First Floor Theatre Room) Oshkosh. If anyone needs special accommodations to participate, please contact the Authorities at (920) 424-1450 ext. 112. EHO Run: September 11 & 21, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Public Hearings Portage County Board of Adjustment Notice is hereby given that Portage County Board of Adjustment will hold Public Hearings on Monday, September 19, 2022, at 4:00 pm in Conference Room 5 of the County Annex, 1462 Strongs Avenue, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, in order to consider the following petitions: Petition No. PET-2022-013, Village of Plover, Owner, of property located on the east side of County Road R ~800 feet south of the County Road R and Bluebird Drive intersection, being part of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 , Section 24, T23N, R8E, Parcel #030230824-06.06, located in the Town of Plover, wherein a Special Exception from the provisions of Portage County Zoning Ordinance section 7.1.3.1(C)(21) is requested to construct a sign greater than six square feet in the A2 Agricultural Transition Zoning District. and Petition No. PET-2022-016, JNT Investments LLC/Jay Adriaenssens, Owner, a request to reconsider and amend the original Special Exception approved by the Board of Adjustment, Decision A01-21, dated 7/12/01. Properties are located in the Town of Lanark, parcel numbers now known as: 022221029-13.01, 022221029-15.03, 022221029-15.01, 022221032-01 and 022221032-02.02. Original Request: JP Mach/Wild Wild West Kampground & Korral (A01-21) Special Exception to Operate a Recreational Educational Camp, Therapeutic Riding Center, Commercial Stable, Limited Use Restaurant, Indoor Riding Arena in the A4 General Agricultural Zoning District, Town of Lanark Parcel #022-22-1029-14.02, 15.01& 15.03 and 022-22-1032-01& 02.02. Materials and information related to these requests will be available for viewing one week prior to the Hearing date online at www.co.portage.wi.us by clicking on the agenda packet for the Board of Adjustment Committee meeting in the Agendas/Minutes Calendar. All interested persons are invited to attend said hearings and be heard, and accommodations have been made to do so remotely if you prefer. To attend this meeting by telephone: dial 1-608-338-1399, after dialing the number you will then be asked to enter in a meeting number. Use the following meeting number: 899 204 457 then press #. To attend this meeting by video, go to www.co.portage.wi.us and click on the link in the agenda for the Board of Adjustment Committee meeting in the Agendas/Minutes Calendar. If you are unable to attend the hearing, you may submit written comments on agenda items to the Planning and Zoning Department by mail at 1462 Strongs Avenue, Stevens Point, WI 54481, or by e-mail at planningandzoning@co.portage.wi.us. The deadline for sending comments in writing is 2 business days prior to the meeting. Comments will be delivered to the Board members and posted at least 24 hours prior to the start of the meeting. All interested persons are invited to attend said hearings and be heard. The Board of Adjustment will conduct an on-site inspection of the petitioners' premises prior to the meeting on Monday, September 19, 2022. Dated the 9th day of September 2022 Portage County Board of Adjustment Run: September 9, 12, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATIONAL MEETING Transit Development Plan September 20 - 21, 2022 The Marathon County Metropolitan Planning Commission announces a public informational meeting on the draft Transit Development Plan for the Wausau Metropolitan Area, at the following times: 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, and from 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at the Marathon County Public Library Aquarium Room, 300 First Street, Wausau, WI, 54403. Comments may be submitted at the public informational meeting. The draft plan and ability to comment will also be available at WausauMPO.org and will take comments until October 15, 2022. Any person planning to attend this meeting who needs some type of special accommodation to participate should call the County Clerk's Office at 261-1500. Any questions regarding the draft plan can be directed to David Mack, MPO Director, (715) 261-6043. RUN: 9/18/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING TOWN OF SHEBOYGAN ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12TH, 2022, AT 5:00 pm TOWN HALL 4020 TECHNOLOGY PARKWAY SHEBOYGAN, WI 53083 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12TH, 2022 @ 5:00 pm Town of Sheboygan 4020 Technology Parkway PUBLIC HEARING - Variance Petitioner: Josh Fogarty c/o Husky Storage W6544 Cr-C, Plymouth, WI 53073 Property Owner: Josh and Jana Fogarty Property Address: 4420 County Road J Sheboygan, WI 53083 Property Zoning: B-2 Parcel Size: Approx. 2.71 acres Parcel Number: 59024342432 Purpose of Petition: Allow for outdoor parking/storage for RV's, campers, vehicles, and trailers. Interested persons may contact the clerk to obtain a map of the area referenced above or to file written concerns. All interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard at the Public Hearing. Immediately after the hearing the Zoning Board of Appeals will conduct a meeting to review and consider the information in order to make a decision. Peggy Fischer, Clerk Run: September 28, October 5, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING TOWN OF SHEBOYGAN PLAN COMMISSION TUESDAY OCTOBER 4TH, 2022 AT 5:15 PM AT THE NEW TOWN HALL, 4020 TECHNOLOGY PARKWAY, SHEBOYGAN, WI 53083 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 2022, AT 5:15 pm New Town Hall, 4020 Technology Parkway Sheboygan, WI 53083 PUBLIC HEARING Conditional Use Permit Petitioner: Charles E. Van Horn Petitioner Address: W5073 County Road O, Plymouth, WI 53073 Property Owner: Charles E. Van Horn /Town of Sheboygan Property Address: 4305 N. 40th Street, Sheboygan, WI 53083 Property Zoning: PUD Parcel Size: Approx. 34.33acres Parcel Number: 59024341647 Purpose of Petition: Change use of building from farmhouse to sales office and storage Persons with disabilities needing assistance to attend or participate in the above meeting should contact the Town Clerk's Office, 920-451-2320, at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the meeting so that accommodations may be arranged. Daniel W. Hein, Planning Commission Chairman Peggy Fischer, Clerk Run: September 21, 27, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW THE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) FOR THE FOND DU LAC METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION 2023 East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Fond du Lac MPO, has prepared a draft Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Fond du Lac Urbanized Area 2023. This publication of the TIP includes projects that will receive federal or state funding to complete the projects and are located within the Fond du Lac Metropolitan Planning Organization. The TIP will coordinate local, state and federal programs to meet federal metropolitan planning regulations that include provisions for a formal TIP amendment process. Comments regarding the 2023 TIP will be accepted until October 4, 2022. If you would like more information about the 2023 Transportation Improvement Program for the Fond du Lac Metropolitan Planning Organization, and a detailed listing of projects, please visit our Web Site at https://www.ecwrpc.org/public-review/ or contact the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (920)751-4770. Runs: 9/4/22 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW THE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) FOR THE APPLETON (FOX CITIES) TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT AREA 2023 East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Appleton (Fox Cities) Transportation Management Area (TMA), has prepared a draft Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Appleton (Fox Cities) TMA 2023. This publication of the TIP includes projects that will receive federal or state funding to complete the projects and are located within the Appleton (Fox Cities) TMA. The TIP will coordinate local, state and federal programs to meet federal metropolitan planning regulations that include provisions for a formal TIP amendment process. Comments regarding the 2023 TIP will be accepted until October 18, 2022. If you would like more information about the 2023 Transportation Improvement Program for the Appleton (Fox Cities) Transportation Management Area, and a detailed listing of projects, please visit our Web Site at https://www.ecwrpc.org/public-review/ or contact the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (920)751-4770. Run: 9/18/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW THE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) FOR THE OSHKOSH URBANIZED AREA 2023 East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Oshkosh Urbanized Area, has prepared a draft Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Oshkosh Urbanized Area 2023. This publication of the TIP includes projects that will receive federal or state funding to complete the projects and are located within the Oshkosh MPO. The TIP will coordinate local, state and federal programs to meet federal metropolitan planning regulations that include provisions for a formal TIP amendment process. Comments regarding the 2023 TIP will be accepted until October 18, 2022. If you would like more information about the 2023 Transportation Improvement Program for the Oshkosh Urbanized Area, and a detailed listing of projects, please visit our Web Site at https://www.ecwrpc.org/public-review/ or contact the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (920)751-4770. Run: Sept. 18;wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENT TO THE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) FOR THE OSHKOSH METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION 2022 East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Oshkosh MPO, is preparing to amend the adopted 2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The amended TIP would include projects that will receive federal or state funding to complete the projects. The amendment will coordinate local, state and federal programs to meet federal metropolitan planning regulations that include provisions for a formal TIP amendment process. The Amendment includes projects located within the Oshkosh Metropolitan Planning Organization. Comments regarding the 2022 TIP amendment will be accepted until October 18, 2022. If you would like more information about the 2022 Transportation Improvement Program for the Oshkosh Metropolitan Planning Organization, and a detailed listing of projects, please visit our Web Site at https://www.ecwrpc.org/public-review/ or contact the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (920)751-4770. RUN: 9/18/22 WNAXLP


Notice of Public Sale Grant Street Mini-Warehouses at 1975 Grant Street, De Pere, Wisconsin will hold a Public Sale Thursday, September 29, 2022 starting at 9:30am. Bidding is on the complete contents of unit. Unit included in the sale is as follows: Units: E07 rented by Robert Vail of De Pere, WI containing household items NOTE: Please call 920-347-0888 prior to 9:00 am on the above date to confirm the sale will proceed as scheduled. Run: September 13, 20, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Public Sale Barr Storage 1375 Plainview Dr. Oshkosh, WI, will hold an online auction to take place at www.bid13.com. Auction will start Oct 7 at 9:00 am and end on Oct 11 , 2022 at 9:00am. Bidding is on the complete contents of unit. Units included in sale are: W055 Mack Beasley of Manitowoc/. Contents of the unit include household items, couch, mattress, misc items. Run: September 14, 21, 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Published pursuant to Section 704.90 of the Wisconsin state statutes: Apple Storage will hold lien sales at the following locations and times for several items in storage units in default of their owner's lease: 1132 E. Wisconsin Ave. Appleton 1:15 p.m. Friday 10/14/22 1920 Sanitorium Rd. Little Chute 1:30 p.m. Friday 10/14/22 N120 Speedway Lane Kaukauna 1:45 p.m. Friday 10/14/22 N143 Speedway Lane Kaukauna 2:00 p.m. Friday 10/14/22 2150 Tower Dr. Kaukauna 2:15 p.m. Friday 10/14/22 Owners of property may contact Apple Storage by 5p.m. 10/13/2022. To redeem personal property by paying overdue rent and late fees in full as described in their lease and recent letter. Send payment to Apple Storage, P.O. Box 11623, Green Bay, WI 54307, or call (920) 734-1478. Money Order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Amex, will be accepted. Please call day of sale for the latest updates ITEMS FOR SALE Bernardino Hernandez WI Ave Tools, Remote control cars, Bikes and bike rack Ron Lawrence WI Ave Forester Boat WS-7924-85 Hull number FBT14689B888 Bethany DeHart Little Chute Fans, lumber, outdoor storage chest, wood cabinets Vicki Geenen Little Chute 2005 Starcraft Travel Trailer Plate # 83289 RV Andrew Kerk N120 Speedway Bikes, Snowblower, Baby items David Zimmerman N120 Speedway display shelves, racks Kal Kavanaugh N120 Speedway Portable Ice shack, snow blower, small frig, dryer, stainless steel utility sink Freddy Jones N120 Speedway Fridge, little tikes toys, boxes Ashly Vandenwyngarrd N143 Speedway Bikes, Dolly, Tools, Household items Kevin Dinnen N143 Speedway Hyundai car license plate # AIH-9588 VIN #5NPEB4AC2BH235120 Mark Tippet Tower Dr. Kitchen table, chairs, lawn mower, furniture, boxes Run: September 23, 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR COMMENT AND PUBLIC HEARING ON THE DRAFT 2023 2026 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) FOR THE SHEBOYGAN METROPOLITAN PLANNING AREA All interested persons are invited to comment on the preliminary draft of the 2023 2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Sheboygan Metropolitan Planning Area. The TIP contains a program of transit operational funding and capital projects, elderly and disabled transportation operating expenses and capital projects, bicycle and pedestrian transportation projects, and street and highway improvement projects which are eligible for federal funds in calendar years 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026. An air quality conformity assessment is also included as part of the TIP. The 2023 2026 TIP implements the Update to the Year 2045 Sheboygan Area Transportation Plan (SATP). Copies of the draft 2023 2026 TIP have been distributed to the following locations for public review through October 28, 2022: Department of Planning & Development Shoreline Metro Transfer Point City of Sheboygan 828 Pennsylvania Avenue 828 Center Avenue, Suite 208 Sheboygan, WI 53081 Sheboygan, WI 53081 Kohler Village Hall Sheboygan Falls Municipal Building (Clerk/Treasurer's Office) (Clerk/Treasurer's Office) 319 Highland Drive 375 Buffalo Street Kohler, WI 53044 Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085 Mead Public Library 710 North 8th Street Sheboygan, WI 53081 In addition, the draft 2023 2026 TIP can be found at the Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission website, found at: https://baylakerpc.org/sheboygan-mpo/transportation-improvement-program-tip(.) A public hearing on the draft 2023 2026 TIP is scheduled as part of the joint meeting of the Sheboygan MPO Technical and Policy Advisory Committees, which will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2022, at Sheboygan City Hall (Conference Room 305), 828 Center Avenue, Sheboygan, with a virtual participation option also available; this meeting is slated to take place at 1:00 p.m. The Sheboygan MPO Technical and Policy Advisory Committees are scheduled to review and recommend approval of the 2023 2026 TIP to the Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission at this same meeting. The Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission will be taking action on the 2023 2026 TIP at a meeting of the Commission's Executive Committee on October 28, 2022, at its office in De Pere, Wisconsin; this meeting is slated to take place at 10:00 a.m. Unless otherwise noted, the transit component of the 2023 2026 TIP serves as the final program of projects for the Sheboygan Parking and Transit Utility (Shoreline Metro). Written comments on the draft 2023 2026 TIP should be mailed to: Jeffrey C. Agee-Aguayo, Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission, 1861 Nimitz Drive, De Pere, WI 54115, by October 28, 2022. Run: September 28, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned intends to sell the personal property described below to enforce a lien imposed on said property under Self-Service Storage Lien Act. The undersigned will sell at public sale by competitive bidding on Thursday the 15th day of September, 2022 at 12:00 PM. Stor-in-Dor Wausau, 200 South 18th Ave, Wausau, WI, 54401. Stinson, Montrell Bags of clothing, 3 backpacks; Pledge, Ashley Bags, Baby Stroller, baskets, boxes, end tables, TV, Clothing, blankets, DVD Player, Grill, playpen, RadioStereo, Vacuum Cleaners, Bicycle Trailer, Air Mattresses, Cooler, Toys, Weights, Power Box and Adapter, Nerf Guns, Scooter, Jumper Cables, Kites, Shovels, Large Teddy bear Bidding takes place on lockerfox.com. Winner to pay cash only at facility. All purchased items are sold as is, where is, and must be removed within 48 hours of the sale. Sale is subject to cancellation in the event of settlement between owner and obligated party. Run: September 1, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Sale of Personal Property Crestwood Mini-Storage Inc. vs. Patricia Olsen Notice: That personal property belonging to Patricia Olsen, 1711 Cedar St., Oshkosh, WI 54901, stored in mini-warehouse located at 140 W. 28th. Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 54902 unit number 140 will be considered abandoned and sold for owing rent and cost of sale, 15 days from the first date of this notice. PLEASE RESPOND. Items in unit include but are not limited to furniture, tools, books, Christmas items, and other misc. household items. Run: September 15, 22, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF SALE OF STORED CONTENTS To recover storage rent and other expenses incurred, the contents and personal belongings stored in the following units will be sold to the highest Bidder for CASH: Tracy Taylor 8'x5' Circular saw, totes, lamp, backpack, boxes, headboard, mattress. Stephanie Kohls 8'x20' Furniture, foosball game, clothing, kitchenware, microwave. View and bid on conents at Bid13.com. Sale of contents will be where is, as is. Successful Bidder will have 3 days to remove the contents from the sale premises. Sale date: October 9, 2022 Location of Stored Contents: USSAM Self Storage, 3107 Concord Ave., Weston, WI 54476 Run: September 23, 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE OF SALES TAX DEEDED PROPERTIES The Operations Committee of the Wood County Board will accept sealed bids for the sale of the following Tax Deeded properties: Suggested Value CITY OF MARSHFIELD 33-00687 C-MFLD THE SLY 109' OF LOT 8 & THAT PRT OF LOT 9 DAF, COM SE COR SD LOT 9, NLY TO NLN, WLY 3 1/2 ', SLY TO A PT WHICH IS 4 1/2 ' WLY OF SE COR, ELY 4 1/2 ' TO POB, EXC THE NLY 45' THEREOF BLK 41 ..$5,000.00 CITY OF PITTSVILLE 31-00383C SUBD NW NE S34 T23 R3E LOT 4, WCCSM #4812, BNG PRT OF CSM #2481 BNG PRT OF BLK 13$5,000.00 CITY OF WISCONSIN RAPIDS 34-01906 SCOTT AND WITTERS ADD THAT PRT SWSE 226E07 R/R DEPOT LAND ...$500.00 34-10680 PRT SENW SEC 16-22-6E COM 92' S & 30'E OF NW COR FOR POB. E 143', S 96.65', E 115.5', S 155.25', W 258.5', N 251.9' TO POB $15,000.00 TOWN OF REMINGTON 14-01432 Lot 1, WCCSM #6611, BNG PRT OF BLK 36 & N 30' OF VAC ADJ JUNEAU AVE VILLAGE OF BABCOCK.$5,000.00 TOWN OF ROCK 16-00610 S31 T24 R2E THE W 208' OF E 624' OF S 1320' OF S FR 1/2 SW $7,500.00 TOWN OF SARATOGA 18-00173G S9 T21 R6E The E 120' of W 276' of S 220' of N 660' of NW SW, EXC Street...$5,000.00 VILLAGE OF ARPIN 32-00083 S28 T24 R4E THE S 134' OF W 25' OF LOT 2, WCCSM #5233, BNG PRT OF NE NW $200.00 VILLAGE OF BIRON 24-00424 JINSKY'S SUBD LOT 8 BLK ...$5,000.00 VILLAGE OF PORT EDWARDS 27-00058 S35 T22 R5E PRT OF LOT 1, WCCSM #1902, BNG PRT OF NW FR SW; COM NE COR, S 207.56', W 728.53', S 171.41', W TO WLN SD LOT 1, NLY ALG WLN TO NLN, E TO POB ...$7,500.00 27-00081A S36 T22 R5E LOT 1, WCCSM #9508, BNG PRT OF GOV LOT 4 .$115,000.00 27-00082 S36 T22 R5E LOT 1, WCCSM #10267, BNG PRT GOV'T LOT 4, S 36 T 22 R5E...$55,000.00 The Committee reserves the right to accept or reject any and all offers or any combination of offers that would be beneficial to the County. Specifications and offer forms may be obtained at the Office of the Wood County Treasurer, 400 Market St, Room 201, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 or on-line at: www.co.wood.wi.us/departments/treasurer. Bids must be in the Office of the Wood County Treasurer no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 23rd, and will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, September 26th. Heather L. Gehrt Wood County Treasurer Run: September 2, 9, 16, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF SALES TAX DEEDED PROPERTIES The Operations Committee of the Wood County Board will accept sealed bids for the sale of the following Tax Deeded properties: Suggested Value CITY OF MARSHFIELD 33-00687 C-MFLD THE SLY 109' OF LOT 8 & THAT PRT OF LOT 9 DAF, COM SE COR SD LOT 9, NLY TO NLN, WLY 3 1/2 ', SLY TO A PT WHICH IS 4 1/2 ' WLY OF SE COR, ELY 4 1/2 ' TO POB, EXC THE NLY 45' THEREOF BLK 41 ..$5,000.00 CITY OF PITTSVILLE 31-00383C SUBD NW NE S34 T23 R3E LOT 4, WCCSM #4812, BNG PRT OF CSM #2481 BNG PRT OF BLK 13$5,000.00 CITY OF WISCONSIN RAPIDS 34-01906 SCOTT AND WITTERS ADD THAT PRT SWSE 226E07 R/R DEPOT LAND ...$500.00 34-10680 PRT SENW SEC 16-22-6E COM 92' S & 30'E OF NW COR FOR POB. E 143', S 96.65', E 115.5', S 155.25', W 258.5', N 251.9' TO POB $15,000.00 TOWN OF REMINGTON 14-01432 Lot 1, WCCSM #6611, BNG PRT OF BLK 36 & N 30' OF VAC ADJ JUNEAU AVE VILLAGE OF BABCOCK.$5,000.00 TOWN OF ROCK 16-00610 S31 T24 R2E THE W 208' OF E 624' OF S 1320' OF S FR 1/2 SW $7,500.00 TOWN OF SARATOGA 18-00173G S9 T21 R6E The E 120' of W 276' of S 220' of N 660' of NW SW, EXC Street...$5,000.00 VILLAGE OF ARPIN 32-00083 S28 T24 R4E THE S 134' OF W 25' OF LOT 2, WCCSM #5233, BNG PRT OF NE NW $200.00 VILLAGE OF BIRON 24-00424 JINSKY'S SUBD LOT 8 BLK ...$5,000.00 VILLAGE OF PORT EDWARDS 27-00058 S35 T22 R5E PRT OF LOT 1, WCCSM #1902, BNG PRT OF NW FR SW; COM NE COR, S 207.56', W 728.53', S 171.41', W TO WLN SD LOT 1, NLY ALG WLN TO NLN, E TO POB ...$7,500.00 27-00081A S36 T22 R5E LOT 1, WCCSM #9508, BNG PRT OF GOV LOT 4 .$115,000.00 27-00082 S36 T22 R5E LOT 1, WCCSM #10267, BNG PRT GOV'T LOT 4, S 36 T 22 R5E...$55,000.00 The Committee reserves the right to accept or reject any and all offers or any combination of offers that would be beneficial to the County. Specifications and offer forms may be obtained at the Office of the Wood County Treasurer, 400 Market St, Room 201, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 or on-line at: www.co.wood.wi.us/departments/treasurer. Bids must be in the Office of the Wood County Treasurer no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 23rd, and will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, September 26th. Heather L. Gehrt Wood County Treasurer Run: September 2, 9, 16, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of Summary of Ordinance Please take notice that the Wisconsin Rapids Common Council, at its meeting held September 20, 2022, adopted the following ordinances: Ordinance #1324 Amending Section 2.09 (17) of the Municipal Code. Said section sets forth the duties of the Park & Recreation Commission. Ordinance #1325 Amending Chapter 11 of the Zoning Code including Appendix A Land-Use Matrix, Series 5, Group Accommodations Tourist Rooming House, and Appendix B Land Uses, Series 5.06 Tourist Rooming House. Ordinance #1326 - Amending Section 340.004 of the Municipal Code. Said ordinance lists the locations of yield signs. Full text of these ordinances may be obtained from the City of Wisconsin Rapids City Clerk's Office, City Hall, 444 West Grand Avenue, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495 Jennifer M. Gossick, City Clerk RUN: September 26, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WINNEBAGO COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD FOR THE LARSEN DRAINAGE DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Winnebago County Drainage Board will hold the Annual Meeting for the Larsen Drainage District on Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at the Winchester Town Hall, 8522 Parkway Lane, Larsen, WI 54947. Agenda items to include: 2021-2022 Annual Inspection Report, 2021-2022 Financial Report, Proposed Maintenance Projects, 2022 Assessment Rates Payable in 2022-2023. Documents related to agenda items, if they exist, are available for inspection at the Town of Winchester Municipal Office, 8522 Parkway Lane, Larsen (920) 836-2948, during regular business hours or by request from Chairman Miller: (920) 836-1823 or hmiller@howieandmyra.com Drainage Board Members: Howard Miller, Chair Peter Romberg, Vice Chair/Secretary John Kunde Michael Pfankuch Dave Sleik Dated this 15th day of September, 2022 Howard Miller Winnebago Co. Drainage Board Chairman Posted on or before September 15, 2022 Run: September 15, 22, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice of the Board of Review Village of North Fond du Lac NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Open Book for the Village of North Fond du Lac shall be held on September 20, 2022 from 9AM to Noon and 1:30PM to 6PM. Board of Review for the Village of North Fond du Lac of Fond du Lac County shall hold its first meeting on October 4 from 10 AM - NOON. Both sessions will be held in the Board Room at 16 Garfield Street, North Fond du Lac, WI. Please be advised of the following requirements to appear before the Board of Review and procedural requirements if appearing before the Board: - No person shall 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 such property. - 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. - No person may appear before the Board of Review, testify to the Board by telephone or contest the amount of 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 because the person has been granted a waiver of the 48 hour notice of an intent to file a written objection by appearing before the Board during the first two hours of the meeting and showing good cause for failure to meet the 48-hour notice requirement and files a written objection, that the person provides to the Clerk of the Board of Review notice as to whether the person will ask for removal of any Board member and, if so, which member will be removed and the person's reasonable estimate of the length of time that the hearing will take. - When appearing before the Board, the 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. - No person may appear before the Board of Review, testify to the Board by telephone or subject or object to a valuation; if that valuation was made by the Assessor or the Objector using the income method; unless the person supplies the Assessor all of the information about income and expenses, as specified in the manual under Sec. 73.03(2a), that the Assessor requests. The Village of North Fond du Lac has an ordinance for the confidentiality of information about income and expenses that is provided to the Assessor under this paragraph which provides exemptions for persons using information in the discharge of duties imposed by law or of the duties of their office 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 Section 19.35(1) of Wis. Statutes. - 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. Respectfully submitted, Nick Leonard Village Clerk, Village of North Fond du Lac Posted September 2, 2022 Run: September 2, 2022 WNAXLP


Notice to Contractors AWWTP BOILER AND HEATING SYSTEM DESIGN CITY OF APPLETON THE CITY OF APPLETON HAS IMPLEMENTED ONLINE BIDDING USING THE QUEST CONSTRUCTION DATA NETWORK. ONLY ELECTRONIC BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH WWW.QUESTCDN.COM The contract documents may be viewed and downloaded by registering with QuestCDN online (www.questcdn.com). Call (952) 233-1632 or email info@questcdn.com for assistance. This contract is Quest eBidDoc #8266148. Interested parties may view the contract documents at no cost on the QuestCDN website prior to becoming a plan holder. To be considered a plan holder for bids, a contractor must register on QuestCDN.com and purchase the digital contract documents at a non-refundable cost of $15.00. Registering as a plan holder is recommended for all prime contractors and subcontractors as plan holders will receive addenda and other contract document updates via QuestCDN. For this solicitation, bids will ONLY be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com. Quest will charge a $30.00 fee for this service. Download the bid documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the advertisement to access the electronic bid qualifications and bid worksheet. Bids must be entered and submitted by 1:45 p.m. (C.S.T) Wednesday September 28. Bids will be read at 2:00 p.m. at City Center Building, Sixth Floor, 100 N Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911. Drawings and Specifications have been prepared by Donohue & Associates, Inc. located at 3311 Weeden Creek Road, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081, (920) 208-0296. Work includes enhancements of the existing boiler and heating water systems. A non-mandatory pre-bid conference has been scheduled beginning at 9:30 a.m. (C.S.T.) on Wednesday September 21, 2022 at the Appleton Wastewater Treatment Plant located at 2006 East Newberry Street, Appleton, Wisconsin 54915. No bid will be opened unless the "Bidders Proof of Responsibility" for 2022 is filed in the office of the City Clerk not later than Friday, September 23, 2022. Forms are included in specifications, and are also available at the office of the City Clerk. The document is available on the City website as noted below and is included within the bid documents. http://www.appleton.org/home/showdocument?id=240 [bidder's proof of responsibility form]. Reference is made to §66.0901 Wisconsin Statutes. Sales Tax Exemption: Pursuant to §77.54(9m) certain items purchased by the contractor for this project may be subject to sales tax exemption and, in such cases, contractor shall not pay nor charge the City for said taxes. Bidder will be required to have Performance Bond/Labor and Material Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the Contract. Cost of Bond shall be included in Bid. No bid shall be received unless accompanied by a bid bond equal to five percent of the bid, payable to the City as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 10 days from the date the lowest responsible bidder's bid is accepted. If 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. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept any bid deemed for the best interests of the City and to waive any informalities in the bidding. DATE: September6, 2022 KAMI LYNCH City Clerk RUN: 9/8/22, 9/15/22 WNAXLP


Notice to Contractors AWWTP V-BUILDING PAINTING PROJECT - 2022 CITY OF APPLETON THE CITY OF APPLETON HAS IMPLEMENTED ONLINE BIDDING USING THE QUEST CONSTRUCTION DATA NETWORK. ONLY ELECTRONIC BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH WWW.QUESTCDN.COM The contract documents may be viewed and downloaded by registering with QuestCDN online (www.questcdn.com). Call (952) 233- 1632 or email info@questcdn.com for assistance. This contract is Quest eBidDoc #8293970. Interested parties may view the contract documents at no cost on the QuestCDN website prior to becoming a plan holder. To be considered a plan holder for bids, a contractor must register on QuestCDN.com and purchase the digital contract documents at a non-refundable cost of $15.00. Registering as a plan holder is recommended for all prime contractors and subcontractors as plan holders will receive addenda and other contract document updates via QuestCDN. For this solicitation, bids will ONLY be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com. Quest will charge a $30.00 fee for this service. Download the bid documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the advertisement to access the electronic bid qualifications and bid worksheet. Bids must be entered and submitted by 1:45 p.m. (C.D.T) Wednesday, September 28, 2022. Bids will be read at 2:05 p.m. at City Center Building, Sixth Floor, 100 N Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911. Drawings and Specifications have been prepared by Martenson & Eisele Inc (920) 731-0381. Base Bid Work at Building V consists of the removal of the existing lay-in ceiling system, new paint on all walls, hollow metal doors & frames, and associated wall mounted items on the entry and upper levels. Alternate Bid Work consists of painting existing columns and beams on the lower level. A non-mandatory pre-bid conference has been scheduled beginning at 11:00am CDT. on Monday, September 19, 2022, at the entrance to Building V at the Appleton Wastewater Treatment Plant, 2006 East Newberry Street, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911. No bid will be opened unless the "Bidders Proof of Responsibility" for 2022 is filed in the office of the City Clerk not later than Friday, September 23, 2022 (5 DAYS BEFORE BID OPENING). Forms are included in specifications and are also available at the office of the City Clerk. The document is available on the City website as noted below and is included within the bid documents. http://www.appleton.org/home/showdocument?id=240 [bidder's proof of responsibility form]. Reference is made to §66.0901 Wisconsin Statutes. Sales Tax Exemption: Pursuant to §77.54(9m) certain items purchased by the contractor for this project may be subject to sales tax exemption and, in such cases, contractor shall not pay nor charge the City for said taxes. Bidder will be required to have Performance Bond/Labor and Material Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the Contract. Cost of Bond shall be included in Bid. No bid shall be received unless accompanied by a bid bond equal to five percent of the bid, payable to the City as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 10 days from the date the lowest responsible bidder's bid is accepted. If 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. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept any bid deemed for the best interests of the City and to waive any informalities in the bidding. DATE: September 9, 2022 KAMI LYNCH City Clerk Run: Sept. 11, 18; wnaxlp


Notice to Contractors TELULAH PARK EAST PAVILION ALTERATIONS - 2022 CITY OF APPLETON THE CITY OF APPLETON HAS IMPLEMENTED ONLINE BIDDING USING THE QUEST CONSTRUCTION DATA NETWORK. ONLY ELECTRONIC BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH WWW.QUESTCDN.COM The contract documents may be viewed and downloaded by registering with QuestCDN online (www.questcdn.com). Call (952) 233-1632 or email info@questcdn.com for assistance. This contract is Quest eBidDoc #8293969. Interested parties may view the contract documents at no cost on the QuestCDN website prior to becoming a plan holder. To be considered a plan holder for bids, a contractor must register on QuestCDN.com and purchase the digital contract documents at a non-refundable cost of $15.00. Registering as a plan holder is recommended for all prime contractors and subcontractors as plan holders will receive addenda and other contract document updates via QuestCDN. For this solicitation, bids will ONLY be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com. Quest will charge a $30.00 fee for this service. Download the bid documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the advertisement to access the electronic bid qualifications and bid worksheet. Bids must be entered and submitted by 1:45 p.m. (C.D.T) Wednesday, September 28, 2022. Bids will be read at 2:00 p.m. at City Center Building, Sixth Floor, 100 N Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911. Drawings and Specifications have been prepared by Martenson & Eisele Inc (920) 731-0381. Base Bid Work at the East Pavilion consists of new concrete paving, remodeling of the existing Men and Women Restroom facilities and adding a Family Restroom (including new floor coating, paint, fixtures and accessories), upgrading the exterior drinking fountains, new exterior door and frame, new exhaust and vents, and new interior lighting. Alternate Bid Work at the East Pavilion consists of 1) Exterior staining and painting, 2) New metal vented and unvented soffits, and new soffit lighting, and 3) New exterior receptacles and exterior wall-mounted lighting. A non-mandatory pre-bid conference has been scheduled beginning at 12:00pm CDT. on Monday, September 19, 2022 at the east pavilion at Telulah Park, 1300 East Newberry Street, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911. No bid will be opened unless the "Bidders Proof of Responsibility" for 2022 is filed in the office of the City Clerk not later than Friday, September 23, 2022 (5 DAYS BEFORE BID OPENING). Forms are included in specifications, and are also available at the office of the City Clerk. The document is available on the City website as noted below and is included within the bid documents. http://www.appleton.org/home/showdocument?id=240 [bidder's proof of responsibility form]. Reference is made to §66.0901 Wisconsin Statutes. Sales Tax Exemption: Pursuant to §77.54(9m) certain items purchased by the contractor for this project may be subject to sales tax exemption and, in such cases, contractor shall not pay nor charge the City for said taxes. Bidder will be required to have Performance Bond/Labor and Material Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the Contract. Cost of Bond shall be included in Bid. No bid shall be received unless accompanied by a bid bond equal to five percent of the bid, payable to the City as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 10 days from the date the lowest responsible bidder's bid is accepted. If 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. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept any bid deemed for the best interests of the City and to waive any informalities in the bidding. DATE: September 9, 2022 KAMI LYNCH City Clerk RUN: September 11, 18, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE LANGRECK FAMILY IRREVOCABLE TRUST DATED OCTOBER 8, 2021 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. Betty S. Brey is the trustee of the Langreck Family Irrevocable Trust dated October 8, 2021. The decedent, Janet E. Langreck, with a birth date of May 24, 1930, and date of death of April 20, 2022, was domiciled in Marathon County, State of Wisconsin, with a post office address of 2960 Hickory Dr. Apt. 108. Clover, WI 54467. 2. Deadline to make claims: All persons or companies having claims against Janet E. Langreck and/or the Langreck Family Irrevocable Trust dated October 8, 2021, must present their claims to the attorney for the trustee on or before January 2, 2023, which is four (4) months after the date of September 2, 2022, the date of first insertion and publication of this Notice in the Wausau Daily Herald or the claims will be forever barred as set forth in Section 701.0508 of the Wisconsin Statutes. 3. Notice of claims: Claims must be presented by delivering or mailing a written statement of the claim indicating its basis, the name and address of the claimant, the date the claim is due, the amount claimed, and describing any security for the claim. The claim is deemed presented upon receipt by the attorney for the trustee at the address set forth herein. 4. Publication of this notice shall constitute notice to any persons whose names or addresses are unknown. 5. Attorney for trustee: Jessica Merkel, Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C., P.O. Box 8050, Wausau, WI 54402-8050. RUN: Sept. 2, 9, 16, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE TO CREDITORS RE: DONALD G. AND CORENE J. UHER REVOCABLE TRUST of 2017, as amended. A trust administration has been opened regarding the death of Corene J. Uher, domiciled in Brown County, Wisconsin, whose post office address was 421 Erie Road, Green Bay, WI 54311. All creditors' claims must be received by the Trustee before January 20, 2023, or be barred. *Notice shall be given: By publication of this Notice once a week for three consecutive weeks in Green Bay Press Gazette, the first insertion to be within five days from the receipt of this Notice. Thomas J. Uher, Co-Trustee 1708 Charles Street De Pere, WI 54115 Donna J. Leisch, Co-Trustee 1847 Blue Spruce Court Green Bay, WI 54311 Runs: 09/21, 09/28, 10/05/22 WNAXLP


NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Re: Matter of the Marceline J. Werthmann Administrative Trust, dated August 26, 2022 Pursuant to section 701.0508(1)(a)1 of the Wisconsin Statutes, Diane Johnson, as trustee of the Marceline J. Werthmann Administrative Trust, dated August 26, 2022, has the duty and power to pay the debts of Marceline J. Werthmann, deceased, who resided at 428 Kennedy Court, Howards Grove, Wisconsin, 53083. All creditors' claims must be filed with the trustee by January 10, 2023, or shall be barred. Claims may be filed at the law firm of Michael Best & Friedrich, LLC, to the attention of Katherine M. Reynolds, Attorney for Diane Johnson, Trustee, 1000 Maritime Drive, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 54220, (920) 686-2800. Run: Sept. 14, 21, 28, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE TO CREDITORS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Gerald A. Stenulson, with a date of birth June 30, 1945, and date of death April 16, 2021, was domiciled in Outagamie County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 1600 E. Moon Beam Trail, Appleton, WI 54915. All creditors' claims must be filed with the attorneys for the Estate, Dempsey Law Firm, LLP, 210 N. Main Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901, on or before January 9, 2023, or be barred against the Estate, estate property, and any beneficiaries of the Estate. Dated at Oshkosh, Wisconsin this 7th day of September, 2022. DEMPSEY LAW FIRM, LLP Attorneys for the Estate of Gerald A. Stenulson COMPLETED BY: Attorney Heath G. Mynsberge State Bar No. 1079827 ADDRESS: 210 N. Main Street, Suite 100 P.O. Box 886 Oshkosh, WI 54903-0886 Telephone: (920) 235-7300 Facsimile: (920) 235-2011 Email: HGM@dempseylaw.com Run: Sept. 9, 16, 23; wnaxlp


NOTICE TO RESIDENTS TOWN OF CASCO Please take notice that a Casco Town Public Hearing will be held on Monday, October 3, 2022, 6:00 p.m. by the Casco Town Plan Commission with the on-site viewing of the property of Door County Cooperative and Tammy L. Dauck Etal. Door County Cooperative wishes to purchase Parcels 31 006 2.025 and 31 006 2.024 and add them to their parcel 31 006 2.023 and then rezone all property from A-1 Prime Ag Land District to B-1 Business District. The total parcel will be 5.693 acres. All interested persons are invited to attend and be heard. Edith LauscherZoning Administrator Run: Sept 19, 26 2022 wnaxlp


NOTICE TO RESIDENTS TOWN OF CASCO Please take notice that a Casco Town Public Hearing will be held on Monday, September 26, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. by the Casco Town Plan Commission at the Casco Town Hall. The Plan Commission will view the parcel located on Townline Rd. (31 006 31.06) owned by Pravechek Farm Supply. After viewing, the Plan Commission will meet at the town hall to consider the application of Vertical Bridge (VB BTS, LLC) who is requesting a Conditional Use Hearing to allow them to have a 199 foot self-support lattice tower for mobile service on an A-1 Prime Agricultural Land District parcel. Said parcel is located in the NW 1/4 of fr. NW 1/4 , Section 31, T24 N, R24 E. All interested persons are invited to attend and be heard. Edith Lauscher Zoning Administrator You should have received the materials for this hearing at the last meeting except Joe which I have. This is the location to meet. Run: September 9, 16, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC CONCERNING THE CITY OF APPLETON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM CARES ACT FUNDING ROUND 3 When substantial amendments to the Consolidated Plan and/or Annual Action Plan are proposed, the City is required to hold a public comment period. The general public has a period of 5 days September 6, 2022 through September 13, 2022 to offer comments on the proposed amendment. Written comments may be submitted via email to nikki.gerhard@appleton.org or via U.S. Mail to: City of Appleton Community and Economic Development Department; 100 North Appleton Street; Appleton, WI 54911. A summary of all comments received in writing during this period will be attached to the substantial amendment when presented to Common Council for approval. The primary function of this notice is to obtain citizen views on the proposed 2020 Annual Action Plan substantial amendment, awarding $287,607 of CDBG CARES Act funding to community partner organizations. The CDBG-CV Round 3 funding has been allocated to activities that prevent, prepare for, or respond to COVID-19. A copy of the proposed amendment is available on the CDBG website at https://www.appleton.org/government/community-and-economic-development/grants-administration/news-announcements-6880, or at the City of Appleton Customer Service area on the 1st floor of City Hall, starting September 6, 2022. For more information on Appleton's CDBG Program, please visit the web site at https://www.appleton.org/government/community-and-economic-development/grants-administration, or for questions about project/program eligibility, contact Nikki Gerhard at 920-832-6469 or email at nikki.gerhard@appleton.org. Run: September 6, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Kwik Trip Inc., 1626 Oak Street, La Crosse, WI 54602, has applied to the Village of Oostburg for a combined Class A beer license and Class A liquor license for beverages to be sold at Kwik Trip #1198, 21 N. Business Park Drive, Oostburg, Wisconsin for the license period ending June 30, 2023. Submitted by Amy S. Wilterdink, Clerk/Treasurer, Village of Oostburg Run: September 13, 2022 WNAXLP


NOTICE TOWN OF LAKEWOOD LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS The following person has made application with the clerk of the Town of Lakewood for Original Alcohol Beverage Retail License for the period of September 14, 2022 to June 30, 2023. Class A Combo: John Greene, Dollar General #23863, 17210 State Hwy 32, Lakewood WI. Denise A. Jackett, Clerk Town of Lakewood Run: September 21, 2022 WNAXLP


Office of the County Clerk, August 9, 2022. The Board met pursuant to adjournment, and was called to order by Chairperson Nooyen at 6:00 p.m. in the County Board Room, located at 320 South Walnut Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. ROLL CALL of the Board of Supervisors. 30 present, 6 absent. Members present: Thompson, Miller, Smith, Patience, Gabrielson, Konetzke, Hammen, Lawrence, Krueger, Ferguson, McCabe, Hermes, MacDonald, Schroeder, Croatt, Spears, Cooke, Santonato, Cuff, Hagen, Klemp, Thiede, Nooyen, Weinberg, Culbertson, Monfils, Nejedlo, Clegg, VanderHeiden, and Melchert. Absent: Lamers, Wegand, Winterfeldt, Thyssen, Rettler, and Lautenschlager. Board Chairperson requests the Board's confirmation to excuse Supervisor Lamers, Supervisor Wegand, and Supervisor Rettler. No objections; so ordered. Chairperson Nooyen led the Pledge of Allegiance. MINUTES OF THE JULY 12, 2022 COUNTY BOARD MEETING -- Supervisor Konetzke moved, seconded by Supervisor Culbertson, to approve the minutes of the July 12, 2022, County Board meeting. ROLL CALL: 30 yes, 6 absent. MINUTES OF THE JULY 12, 2022, BOARD MEETING ARE APPROVED. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS -- American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)/Outagamie County Update Craig Moser, Deputy Director, Department and Board Relations; Kara Homan, Development and Land Services Director; Yvette Mueller, Finance Director. COVID-relief package signed into law March 11, 2021. Direct funding to counties through the U.S. Treasury Department in order to improve the safety, health and opportunity for all within our communities, with a focus on those most harmed by COVID-19. Funds distributed in two tranches, first in May, 2021, second no sooner than one year after the first distribution. Funds must be obligated by Dec. 31, 2024 and expended by Dec. 31, 2026. Outagamie County total ARPA allocation $36,494,560.00 in two tranches (May 2021 and June 2022). The Outagamie Rescue Plan Implementation Team (ORPIT) developed recommendations based on feedback from community engagement. The County Board approves categorical allocations, or "buckets". The Finance Committee serves as oversight for specific projects/programs. Focus areas include broadband access, child care, mental health, and economic/tourism/workforce development. The County website has a link accessible from the homepage which is dedicated to information about Outagamie County's implementation of the American Rescue Plan (ARPA). 6:10 pm: Supervisor Thyssen arrived at the meeting. 6:34 pm: Supervisor Lamers arrived at the meeting. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY -- Chairperson Nooyen reported the request to have all Ordinance and Resolutions locked in at the meeting. (Ordinance No. Z-4 and Resolution Nos. 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, and 612022-23.) No objections; so ordered. COMMUNICATIONS - Communication Referral List was included in the packet. Chairperson Nooyen summarized the communications. County Clerk King provided an update about the County's combined B-C-D election notice for the August 9, 2022 Partisan Primary. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION. Three citizens expressed their appreciation of the way the American Rescue Plan dollars have been allocated by the County, and for the transparency of the process, especially with regard to childcare, specifically related to Resolution No. 532022-23 which is under consideration this evening. Judith Olson, Appleton. Nancy Jones, Appleton; representing Equity Network. Barb Tengesdal, Appleton. APPOINTMENTS None UNFINISHED BUSINESSNone NEW BUSINESS Ordinance No. Z-42022-23 -- Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning and Land Conservation Committee. Recommend adoption of the petition of Taylor Vande Wettering, applicant and representative of TJS Properties LLC, on behalf of Field of Scenes LLC, owner, to rezone parcel 090038100, approximately 12.44 acres, from Industrial District and Local Commercial District to Industrial District only, in the Town of Freedom, as depicted on the attached review and map. Supervisor VanderHeiden moved, seconded by Supervisor Melchert for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. ORDINANCE NO. Z-42022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 492022-23 Finance Committee. Approve the County Executive line items to increase Capital Outlay by $11,800, and decrease Salaries by $11,800 for a new copier in the County Executive's Office, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor Lawrence moved, seconded by Supervisor Thiede for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 492022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 502022-23 Highway, Recycling and Solid Waste Committee. Authorize the County Highway Commissioner to enter into a State Municipal Agreement for the CTH KK Bridge Replacement project, with the County's share of cost to be included in future budgets, as noted on the attached fiscal note. Supervisor Clegg moved, seconded by Supervisor Nejedlo for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 502022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 512022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the deletion of one (1) full-time Administrative and Communications Assistant and the reclassification of one (1) full-time Executive Operations & Public Relations Specialist (formerly Executive Assistant) position effective August 28, 2022, for the County Executive Office, with no budget adjustment needed, as noted on the attachments. Supervisor Konetzke moved, seconded by Supervisor Spears for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 512022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 522022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the deletion of one (1) full-time Support Specialist IV position effective August 1, 2022, and the addition of one (1) full-time Records Specialist position effective August 28, 2022 for the Clerk of Circuit Courts Office, with no budget adjustment needed, as noted on the attachments. Supervisor Patience moved, seconded by Supervisor MacDonald for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 522022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 532022-23 Finance Committee. Approve to increase the following American Rescue Plan line items: Intergovernmental Revenues by $14,900,049; Purchased Services by $13,500,000; Allocated Applied Expense by $1,400,049, said monies to be set aside for Affordable Housing (up to $3,500,000); Childcare and Early Childhood Development (up to $2,750,000); Behavioral and Mental Health (up to $2,750,000); Broadband (up to $2,500,000); Economic, Tourism and Workforce Development ($1,000,000); County Projects and Administration ($2,400,049), as noted on the attachments. Supervisor Croatt moved, seconded by Supervisor Miller for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 532022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 542022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the reclassification of one (1) full-time Program Assistant position (Grade 18) to Administrative Coordinator (Grade 24) and the deletion of one (1) part-time Office Assistant position effective August 14, 2022 for the Extension Outagamie County Department, with no budget adjustment needed, as noted on the attachments and resolution. Supervisor Spears moved, seconded by Supervisor Santonato for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 542022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 552022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the following Highway Department position changes (as noted on the resolution and attachments): addition of one (1) full-time Account Associate II and the deletion of one (1) full-time Senior Support Specialist, effective August 14, 2022; and the addition of five (5) full-time Field Maintenance Worker positions (shared resource with the Airport), effective October 1, 2022; increase the following Highway (Maintenance) line items: Operating Expenses by $69,266; Charges for Services by $69,266; and increase the following County Rd & Bridge line items: Charges for Services by $23,089; Purchased Services by $23,089, as noted on the attached fiscal note. Supervisor Konetzke moved, seconded by Supervisor Cooke for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 552022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 562022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the following Appleton International Airport position changes: addition of one (1) full-time Station Manager position, the addition of one (1) full-time Employee Experience Specialist position, the reclassification of one (1) full-time Airport Administration and Finance Manager position to the Director of Finance and Administration position, and the reclassification of one (1) full-time Airport Operations and Maintenance Manager position to the Director of Operations position effective August 14, 2022 (as noted on the resolution and attachments); and approve to increase the following Airport line items: Terminal Salaries by $34,826; Terminal Fringe Benefits by $22,625; FBO Salaries by $27,072; and FBO Fringe Benefits by $11,652; and decrease the Terminal Fund Balance Applied line item by $96,175, as noted on the attached fiscal note. Supervisor Weinberg moved, seconded by Supervisor Lawrence for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 562022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 572022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the following positions: deletion of eighteen (18) full-time Fixed Base Operator (FBO), the deletion of thirty-seven (37) part-time FBO, the addition of fifty (50) full-time equivalent (FTE), and the addition of one (1) full-time Airport Operations Specialist II, effective August 14, 2022, for the Appleton International Airport (as noted on the attachments); and approve the following Airport line item changes: increase the FBO Salaries by $128,156, decrease the FBO Fringe Benefits by $180,460, and decrease the Terminal Fund Balance Applied by $52,304, as noted on the attached fiscal note and supporting documents. Supervisor Cooke moved, seconded by Supervisor Cuff for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 572022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 582022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve to increase the following cost center line items by $25,000 each: Onsite Clinic Design/Construction, Capital Outlay; 2022 Capital Projects, Operating Transfer In; HC Stabilization, Operating Transfer Out; HC Stabilization, Fund Balance Applied; 2022 Capital Projects, Operating Transfer In; and HC Stabilization, Operating Transfer Out, for buildout and supply costs needed for an employee onsite clinic, as noted on the attached fiscal note. Supervisor Spears moved, seconded by Supervisor Konetzke for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 582022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 592022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the following positions: addition of one (1) full-time Records Specialist II, deletion of one (1) full-time Process Server, the addition of one (1) Law Enforcement Specialist, and the deletion of one (1) full-time Patrol Officer, effective August 14, 2022, for the Sheriff's Office, with no budget adjustment, as noted on the attachments. Supervisor Patience moved, seconded by Supervisor Smith for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 592022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 602022-23 Property, Airport, Recreation and Economic Development Committee. Approve the Parks Department to accept and expend an unsolicited donation from Grand Chute Youth Baseball in the amount of $50,000 to apply toward a prefabricated bathroom facility in Plamann Park, and increase the following Parks cost center line items: Prefab Bathroom, Miscellaneous Revenue by $50,000; Prefab Bathroom, Capital Outlay by $59,500; 2022 Capital Projects, Operating Transfer In by $9,500; General Fund, Operating Transfer Out by $9,500; 2022 Capital Projects, Operating Transfer In by $9,500; General Fund, Operating Transfer Out by $9,500; and decreasing the Plamann Park, Purchased Services by $9,500, as noted on the attached fiscal note. Supervisor Culbertson moved, seconded by Supervisor Monfils for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 602022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 612022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve discontinuing the temporary Emergency Compensation Plan enacted specifically for Brewster Village in 2020 which consisted of a "Double Time" shift pick up incentive, and approve utilizing the County Critical Staffing Plan for the Wellness Nurse and Certified Nursing Assistant positions and implementing changes to the Approved Shift Allowances (differentials) for 7 day / week employees, with no budget adjustment, as noted on attachments and resolution. Supervisor Krueger moved, seconded by Supervisor Gabrielson for adoption. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 612022-23 IS ADOPTED. RECONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NOS. 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 612022-23, ORDINANCE NO. Z-42022-23. Supervisor Culbertson moved, seconded by Supervisor Thiede, to reconsider Resolution Nos. 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 612022-23, Ordinance No. Z-42022-23. Vote for reconsideration. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NOS. 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 612022-23, ORDINANCE NO. Z-42022-23 ARE RECONSIDERED. Vote for lock in. ROLL CALL: 32 yes, 4 absent. RESOLUTION NOS. 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 612022-23, ORDINANCE NO. Z-42022-23 ARE ADOPTED & LOCKED IN. REPORTSNone. ADJOURNMENT -- Supervisor Spears moved, seconded by Supervisor Lawrence, to adjourn until September 13, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. VOICE VOTE CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. The meeting adjourned at 6:58 p.m. Please call the Outagamie County Clerk's Office (832-5077) if you would like further elaboration of these minutes. Run: September 23, 2022 WNAXLP


Office of the County Clerk, July 12, 2022. The Board met pursuant to adjournment, and was called to order by Chairperson Nooyen at 7:00 p.m. in the County Board Room, located at 320 South Walnut Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. ROLL CALL: 31 present, 5 absent. Members present: Thompson, Smith, Patience, Gabrielson, Konetzke, Hammen, Lawrence, Krueger, Lamers, Ferguson, Wegand, Hermes, MacDonald, Spears, Cooke, Santonato, Cuff, Hagen, Klemp, Thiede, Nooyen, Weinberg, Culbertson, Monfils, Nejedlo, Clegg, Thyssen, VanderHeiden, Rettler, Melchert, and Lautenschlager. Absent: Miller, McCabe, Schroeder, Croatt, and Winterfeldt. The Board Chairperson requested the Board's confirmation to excuse Supervisors Miller, McCabe, Schroeder, Croatt, and Winterfeldt. No objections; so ordered. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairperson Nooyen. MINUTES OF THE JUNE 14, 2022 COUNTY BOARD MEETING Chairperson Nooyen informed the Board that a hard copy of page 2 of the June 14, 2022 minutes was placed on their desks, which was corrected for minor spelling errors. Supervisor Krueger moved, seconded by Supervisor Lawrence, to approve the minutes of the June 14, 2022, County Board meeting, as corrected. ROLL CALL: 30 yes, 1 abstention (Weinberg), 5 absent. MINUTES OF THE JUNE 14, 2022, BOARD MEETING ARE APPROVED, AS CORRECTED. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS Review County Board Voting Procedures Corporation Counsel Kyle Sargent Corporation Counsel Sargent gave a brief review of guidelines for Supervisor voting at County Board meetings, relative to recusals or abstentions. 2021 County Audit Presentation - Elizabeth McMasters, Director - State and Local Government, CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA) -- Ms. McMasters noted the following: Federal and state compliance is substantially complete. Testing included new programs related to COVID-19 programs and WIC. There are no findings to report; no corrected or uncorrected misstatements. Covid-19 challenges include supply chain, inflation, staffing, and technology considerations (e.g. hackers). Governance letter has been provided. Grant funding hot topic in response to all the challenges. That funding is being audited. No findings to report. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY Chairperson Nooyen reported the request to have all appointments and Resolutions locked in at the meeting. (Resolution Nos. Z-5, Z-6, Z-7, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 482022-23.) Chairperson Nooyen asked for unanimous consent to handle reconsiderations and lock ins at the end of the meeting as noted. No objections; so ordered. COMMUNICATIONS Chairperson Nooyen summarized the communications. Chairperson Nooyen called for a motion to suspend County Board Rule Sec. 2-20(c) in order to begin the August 9, 2022 County Board meeting at 6:00 p.m. Purpose of the rule suspension is to adjourn the county board meeting before 8:00 p.m. which will allow the County Clerk time to attend to election day activities. Supervisor Patience moved, seconded by Supervisor Gabrielson, to suspend County Board Rule Sec. 2-20 (c) in order to begin the August 9, 2022 meeting at 6:00 pm. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. SUSPENSION OF COUNTY BOARD RULE SEC. 2-20(C) IN ORDER TO BEGIN THE AUGUST 9, 2022 COUNTY BOARD MEETING AT 6:00 PM IS APPROVED. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION None. APPOINTMENTS County Executive Nelson nomination for appointment of Dan Nejedlo to the Black Otter Lake Rehabilitation District Committee; term is indefinite. Supervisor Krueger moved, seconded by Supervisor Lautenschlager for confirmation of the above-listed appointment. ROLL CALL: 30 yes, 1 abstain (Nejedlo), 5 absent. DAN NEJEDLO IS APPOINTED TO THE BLACK OTTER LAKE REHABILITATION DISTRICT COMMITTEE. County Executive Nelson nomination for reappointments of Steve Hansel, Ethan Kroll, Dan Szymaszek and Cassidy Walsh to the Local Emergency Planning Committee; terms expire June 30, 2025. Supervisor Smith moved, seconded by Supervisor Hagen for confirmation of the above-listed reappointments. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. STEVE HANSEL, ETHAN KROLL, DAN SZYMASZEK, AND CASSIDY WALSH ARE REAPPOINTED TO THE LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE. UNFINISHED BUSINESS None. NEW BUSINESS Resolution No. Z-52022-23 Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning and Land Conservation Committee. Approve the rezone request for Greg Klister, agent of David and Mary Van Zeeland, owners, parcel 030066100, 1.56 acres, from Districts of General Agriculture and Single Family Residential to Local Commercial District in the Town of Buchanan, as noted on the attached review and map. Supervisor VanderHeiden moved, seconded by Supervisor Melchert, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. Z-52022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. Z-62022-23 Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning and Land Conservation Committee. Approve the rezone request for Corey Dahl, agent of Ambrosius Auto LLC, owner, parcel 030063100, 4.26 acres, from General Agriculture District to Industrial District in the Town of Buchanan, as noted on the attached review and map. Supervisor Lautenschlager moved, seconded by Supervisor Konetzke, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. Z-62022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. Z-72022-23 Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning and Land Conservation Committee. Approve the rezone request for Timothy Nickel, parcel 030063907, 4.92 acres, from General Agriculture District to Local Commercial District in the Town of Buchanan, as noted on the attached review and map. Supervisor VanderHeiden moved, seconded by Supervisor Weinberg, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. Z-72022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 262022-23 Finance Committee. Approve and adopt the attached updated Outagamie County Investment Policy. Supervisor Konetzke moved, seconded by Supervisor Spears, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 262022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 272022-23 Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning & Land Conservation Committee. Authorize and approve the Land Conservation Department to accept and expend grant funding of $572,318 from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative to be used toward Riparian Best Management Practices, and authorize and approve the budget changes, as noted on the resolution and the attached fiscal note. Supervisor Rettler moved, seconded by Supervisor Santonato, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 272022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 282022-23 Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning & Land Conservation Committee. Authorize and approve the Land Conservation Department to accept and expend grant funding of $599,643 from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, for targeting dissolved phosphorus from agricultural runoff, and authorize and approve the budget changes, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor Cuff moved, seconded by Supervisor Lautenschlager, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 282022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 292022-23 Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning & Land Conservation Committee. Authorize and approve the Land Conservation Department to accept and expend grant funding of $550,898 from the Environmental Protection Agency, for agricultural runoff treatment systems, streambank stabilization, and streambank restoration in the Plum Creek Watershed, specifically in the Village of Wrightstown, and authorize and approve the budget changes, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor VanderHeiden moved, seconded by Supervisor Melchert, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 292022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 302022-23 Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning & Land Conservation Committee. Authorize and approve the Land Conservation Department to accept and expend grant funding of $600,000 from the Environmental Protection Agency, for improvements of water quality into Lower Green Bay Fox River Area of Concern in the Apple Creek sub-watershed, and authorize and approve the budget changes, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor Rettler moved, seconded by Supervisor Weinberg, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 302022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 312022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the creation of one full-time Engineering Technician Sunset position, effective July 18, 2022, for the Land Conservation Department, fully funded by grant dollars, as noted on the attachments and fiscal note. Supervisor Spears moved, seconded by Supervisor Cooke, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 312022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 322022-23 Finance Committee. Support the attached City of Seymour Territory Amendment #1 to Tax Incremental District (TID) No. 4, dated May 16, 2022, and recommend that the County representative on the City of Seymour TID Board of Review vote in favor of this amendment. Supervisor Cuff moved, seconded by Supervisor Konetzke, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 322022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 332022-23 Finance Committee. Authorize and approve the County Clerk's Office requests for budget changes to cover an increase in hours for two part-time staff positions and additional computer/technology, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor Lawrence moved, seconded by Supervisor Gabrielson, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 332022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 342022-23 Highway, Recycling and Solid Waste Committee. Authorize and approve transferring funds from the CTH O (CTH EE to CTH E) engineering design project funds to the CTH KK Bridge B-44-003 over Kankapot Creek engineering design project funds, to complete final engineering, design reports, plans, specifications, and estimates in 2022 to align with 2023 construction, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor Hagen moved, seconded by Supervisor Clegg, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 342022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 352022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the deletion of one full-time Property Listing Technician position and the creation of one full-time GIS Specialist position, effective July 18, 2022, for the Development and Land Services Department and approve the budget adjustments, as noted on the resolution and attachments. Supervisor Lawrence moved, seconded by Supervisor Spears, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 352022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 362022-23 Property, Airport, Recreation and Economic Development Committee. Approve the attached Second Addendum to Display Advertising Agreement between the Appleton International Airport and ThedaCare, Inc., to update Exhibit A and Exhibit B, with no fiscal impact, as noted on the fiscal note. Supervisor Culbertson moved, seconded by Supervisor Monfils, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 362022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 372022-23 Public Safety Committee. Authorize and approve the Sheriff's Office to accept and expend funds for an emotional support assistance program for correction officers made available from the International Association for Clear Thinking for $13,500, and authorize and approve increasing the Sheriff Administration line items for Miscellaneous Revenue and Purchased Services by $13,500 each, as noted on the fiscal note. Supervisor Patience moved, seconded by Supervisor Cooke, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 30 yes, 5 absent, 1 Abstain (Konetzke) RESOLUTION NO. 372022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 382022-23 Public Safety Committee. Authorize and approve the budget adjustments to the Emergency Management Donations cost center line items related to the County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) of the existing balance of restricted contributions and donations of CERT activities and functions, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor Patience moved, seconded by Supervisor Lamers, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 30 yes, 1 no (Hermes), 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 382022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 392022-23 Public Safety Committee and the Property, Airport, Recreation and Economic Development Committee. Establish the 9-1-1 Communications Center Construction Project as a public works project whose total cost will exceed $500,000 in accordance with Section 50-87 of the Outagamie County Code of Ordinances, and authorize the formation of the 9-1-1 Communications Center Construction Project Oversight Committee to oversee all phases of the project and ensure that the project is proceeding in the best interest of the County. Supervisor Lamers moved, seconded by Supervisor Culbertson, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 392022-23 IS ADOPTED. County Executive Nelson nomination for appointments of Corey Besaw, Jeff Dietzen (alternate), Paul Farrell and Anne Van to the 9-1-1 Communications Center Construction Project Oversight Committee; terms for duration of the project. Supervisor Wegand moved, seconded by Supervisor Spears, for confirmation of the above-listed appointments. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. COREY BESAW, JEFF DIETZEN (ALTERNATE), PAUL FARRELL AND ANNE VAN ARE APPOINTED TO THE 9-1-1 COMMUNICATIONS CENTER CONSTRUCTION PROJECT OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE. County Board Chair Nooyen nomination for appointments of Katrin Patience, Dean Culbertson and Dan Gabrielson (Chair) to the 9-1-1 Communications Center Construction Project Oversight Committee; terms expiring April 2024. Supervisor Krueger moved, seconded by Supervisor Klemp for confirmation of the above-listed appointments. VOICE VOTE CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. KATRIN PATIENCE, DEAN CULBERTSON AND DAN GABRIELSON (CHAIR) ARE APPOINTED TO THE 9-1-1 COMMUNICATIONS CENTER CONSTRUCTION PROJECT OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE. Resolution No. 402022-23 Finance Committee. Support the attached City of Seymour Tax Incremental District (TID) No. 5 Project Plan, dated May 16, 2022, and recommend that the County representative on the City of Seymour TID Board of Review vote in favor of this plan. Supervisor Cuff moved, seconded by Supervisor Konetzke, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 402022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 412022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the budget adjustments related to appropriating funds for the next phase of employee engagement and retention strategies, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor Spears moved, seconded by Supervisor Santonato, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 412022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 422022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the deletion of two (2) full-time Operator III positions, addition of one (1) full-time Operator I position, and addition of one (1) full-time Maintenance Worker position, effective July 18, 2022, for the Recycling and Solid Waste Department, with no budget adjustment necessary, as noted on the resolution and attachments. Supervisor Lawrence moved, seconded by Supervisor Wegand, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 422022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 432022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the reclassification of five (5) Case Manager Positions and the deletion of one (1) part-time Support Specialist II Position, effective July 17, 2022, for the Criminal Justice Treatment Services Department, with no budget adjustment necessary, as noted on the resolution and attachments. Supervisor Cooke moved, seconded by Supervisor Konetzke, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 432022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 442022-23 Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve the multiple position changes, effective July 17, 2022, and budget adjustments for Brewster Village, as noted on the resolution and attachments. Supervisor Gabrielson moved, seconded by Supervisor Clegg, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 442022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 452022-23 Property, Airport, Recreation and Economic Development Committee. Approve the Appleton International Airport's decision to enter into the attached lease amendments allowing Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation and Air Wisconsin LLC to modify their current leasehold interests of property located at the Appleton International Airport and authorize and approve the budget adjustments, as noted on the resolution and attachments. Supervisor Culbertson moved, seconded by Supervisor Klemp, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 452022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 462022-23 Public Safety Committee. Designate the Outagamie County Public Safety Answering Point for the purposes of 2019 Wisconsin Act 26 grant dollars or federal grant opportunities. Supervisor Patience moved, seconded by Supervisor Lamers, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 462022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 472022-23 Highway, Recycling and Solid Waste Committee. Approve the attached Permanent Sanitary Sewer Easement and Temporary Construction Easement Agreement, allowing the County Recycling and Solid Waste Department to obtain a temporary construction easement and permanent sanitary sewer easement for purposes of transferring leachate from the Northwest Landfill to the City of Appleton sewage treatment system. Supervisor Nejedlo moved, seconded by Supervisor Smith, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 472022-23 IS ADOPTED. Resolution No. 482022-23 Property, Airport, Recreation and Economic Development Committee. Allow the County Highway Department to complete various paving projects in 2022 for internal county departments, when deemed cost effective and beneficial to county operations without requesting bids on projects that will exceed $25,000, with no budget adjustment needed, as noted on the resolution and attached fiscal note. Supervisor Culbertson moved, seconded by Supervisor Hammen, for adoption. ROLL CALL: 30 yes, 1 No (Clegg) 5 absent. RESOLUTION NO. 482022-23 IS ADOPTED. RECONSIDERATION OF APPOINTMENTS, RESOLUTION NOS. Z-5, Z-6, Z-7, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 482022-23. Supervisor MacDonald moved, seconded by Supervisor Gabrielson, to reconsider appointments to the Black Otter Lake Rehabilitation District Committee, Local Emergency Planning Committee, 9-1-1 Communications Center Construction Project Oversight Committee, and Resolution Nos. Z-5, Z-6, Z-7, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 482022-23. Vote for reconsideration. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. APPOINTMENTS, RESOLUTION NOS. Z-5, Z-6, Z-7, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 482022-23 ARE RECONSIDERED. Vote for lock in. ROLL CALL: 31 yes, 5 absent. APPOINTMENTS, RESOLUTION NOS. Z-5, Z-6, Z-7, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 482022-23. ARE ADOPTED & LOCKED IN.s REPORTS None. ADJOURNMENT -- Supervisor Thyssen moved, seconded by Supervisor Thiede to adjourn until August 9, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. VOICE VOTE CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. The meeting adjourned at 7:51 p.m. Please call the Outagamie County Clerk's Office (832-5077) if you would like further elaboration of these minutes. RUN: September 2, 2022 WNAXLP


OFFICIAL NOTICE & AGENDA Board of Appeals Meeting A meeting of the Stettin Board of Appeals will be held on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 6:00pm, Location: Stettin Town Hall 141678 Stettin Drive, Wausau WI 54401. Subject matter for consideration and possible action follows: 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call a. Stable Hands Equine Therapy Exception for 142744 Countryside Dr, Wausau WI 54401 Legally described as Section 10-29-06, PT of SE 1/4 SE 1/4 APPROX S 923' THRF EX HWY 3. Correspondence / Questions / Public Comment 4. Adjourn Posted this 25th day of September, 2022 Marlo Turner Town Clerk THERE MAY BE A QUORUM OF TOWN BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT Run: September 25, 2022 WNAXLP


OFFICIAL NOTICE Published pursuant to Section 125.04(3)(g) of the Wisconsin Statutes. NOTICE is hereby given that the following person has given application to the Common Council of the City of Appleton for a License to sell Intoxicating Liquors/Fermented Malt Beverages in the City of Appleton, the granting of which is now pending. Said license is scheduled to be on the October 5, 2022 Common Council Agenda. 2022-2023 "CLASS B" LIQUOR LICENSE CLASS "B" FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE LICENSE Bowlero Wisconsin LLC d/b/a Super Bowl Family Entertainment; located at 2222 E Northland Ave Scott M Radtke, Agent, 2451 S 92nd St West Allis WI 59214 September 13, 2022 KAMI LYNCH CITY CLERK RUNS: Sept. 26, 27, 28, 2022 WNAXLP


OFFICIAL NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received up until 10:00 AM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2022, in the City Clerk's Office, Room 104, City Hall, Oshkosh, Wisconsin for OSHKOSH PUBLIC LIBRARY - GENERATOR REPLACEMENT, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read in the Room 404 of Oshkosh City Hall, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, WI 54901. It is the bidder's sole responsibility to insure that the bid is timely and physically received by the City Clerk's office prior to the deadline set forth in this notice. No bids will be accepted after the deadline. All bids must be submitted in an envelope sealed by the bidder or designated representative. All bids should be addressed to the City Manager, c/o City Clerk's Office, City Hall, 215 Church Avenue, P. O. Box 1130, Oshkosh, WI 54903-1130. On the outside of the envelope, the bidder should distinctly indicate the name and address of the bidder and in the lower left corner should clearly indicate the envelope contains a sealed bid for "OSHKOSH PUBLIC LIBRARY - GENERATOR REPLACEMENT." Any bids not complying with these instructions shall be returned to the bidder unopened and unread. Submission of bid documents by facsimile equipment will not be accepted. MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING: The City of Oshkosh will hold a mandatory pre-bid walkthrough meeting for all qualified contractors on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2022 beginning at 8:30 a.m. at The Oshkosh Public Library, 106 Washington Avenue, Oshkosh, WI 54901. Meeting will commence at the receiving area of The Oshkosh Public Library enter at the receiving area door (Mt. Vernon Street) on the east side of the building. The meeting will include a general overview of the project. Each attendee's contact information will be gathered at this meeting. Answers to all questions submitted during this meeting will be shared to all qualified bidders in a written form according to the Project Schedule attached herein. Oral statements may not be relied upon and will not be binding or legally effective. Any bid proposals from qualified bidders that do not attend the mandatory pre-bid walkthrough will not be accepted. Contractors must be qualified to submit a bid for this project. This shall be done on forms furnished by the City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin and must be filled out in a proper manner and then submitted to the General Services Manager for consideration by the deadline stated within this IFB. The General Services Manager's decision as to qualifications will be final. A copy of this form is included within the bid specifications. To verify if your firm has a pre-qualification form on file for the current calendar year, please contact the Purchasing Office at (920) 236-5100. This bid is posted on DemandStar website. Vendors that have not already registered to receive free notifications of this bid and other City of Oshkosh solicitations may do so by visiting Demandstar at: www.demandstar.com/registration. For further information concerning this invitation for bid, contact the Purchasing Office, Room 302, City Hall, purchasing@ci.oshkosh.wi.us or telephone (920) 236-5100. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informality in bidding. MARK A. ROHLOFF City Manager Run: August 2, 9, 2022 wnaxlp


OFFICIAL NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that electronic bids will be received up to 11:00 a.m., Monday, October 3, 2022, through the online bidding service of QuestCDN.com, www.QuestCDN.com, for the construction of concrete paving, utilities, and appurtenant work. Bids will be opened and publicly read through a WebEx virtual meeting. CITY CONTRACT 23-01 WISCONSIN STREET RECONSTRUCTION Approx. 8,500 sq. yds. of 7" to 8" concrete pavement with curb and appurtenant work Approx. 28,200 sq. ft. of 4" to 6" concrete sidewalk and driveway Approx. 400 sq. yds. of 4" asphaltic surface and transition Approx. 2,400 lin. ft. of 12" to 27" storm sewer and appurtenant work Approx. 1,685 lin. ft. of 6" to 8" storm laterals Approx. 1,800 lin. ft. of 8" to 15" sanitary sewer relay Approx. 1,660 lin. ft. of 4" to 6" sanitary laterals (relay) Approx. 20 lin. ft. of 4" to 6" sanitary lateral riser (relay) Approx. 1,660 lin. ft. of 1" water service (relay) Approx. 2,400 lin. ft. of 4" to 12" water main relay and appurtenant work It is the Bidder's sole responsibility to insure the Bid is received by QuestCDN.com prior to the deadline set forth in this notice. No bids will be accepted after the deadline. All bids must follow the bidding instructions, including providing all attachments as required, on QuestCDN.com. Contractors must be qualified to submit a bid for this Project. This shall be done on forms furnished by the City of Oshkosh, and must be filled out in proper manner and then submitted to the Department of Public Works for consideration by the Director of Public Works and the City Manager and filed not later than Thursday, September 22, 2022. Contractors will not be allowed to bid on this City Contract if complete answers to any Department of Public Works' questions or any missing documentation has not been received by the Department of Public Works by Wednesday, September 28, 2022. The City Manager's decision as to qualifications will be final. Contractors that are prequalified with the City of Oshkosh for the construction year 2023 for the class of work and the Total Contract Amount specified in the Proposal do not need to prequalify again for this Project. Complete digital Project Bidding Documents (including a copy of the current edition of the Standard Specifications for City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin) will be available at www.questcdn.com on Tuesday, September 13, 2022. Download the digital plan documents for a non refundable fee of $30 (Thirty Dollars) by inputting Quest Project No. 8294499 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 this digital Project information. Plans and Specifications may be reviewed at the office of the City Engineer, Room 301 of City Hall, beginning Tuesday, September 13, 2022. These documents are also available for inspection in the office of the City Clerk, Room 104, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. In addition, additional copies of the current edition of the Standard Specifications for the City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin will be available for purchase. The cost of the current edition of the Standard Specifications for the City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin will be $25 (Twenty Five Dollars) and will be available at the City Engineer's office. Sealed Bids must be accompanied by a Bid Bond payable to the City of Oshkosh on the form provided by the City of Oshkosh in an amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the total amount of the Bid as a guarantee that if the Bid is accepted, Bidder will execute and file proper Contract and Bond within ten (10) days after the award of the Contract. The Bid Bond can be presented in pdf format. If the successful bidder executes the Contract and files the necessary bonds within the allowed time, then the Bid Bond shall be released. If the successful bidder fails to execute the Contract and file the Contract Bond within the allowed time, then the Bid Bond shall be forfeited to the CITY as liquidated damages. No bids will be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the scheduled time of opening bids. The CITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities. MARK A. ROHLOFF City Manager RUN: September 9 and 16;WNAXLP


OFFICIAL NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that electronic bids will be received up to 11:00 a.m., Monday, October 17, 2022, through the online bidding service of QuestCDN.com, www.QuestCDN.com, for the construction of concrete paving, utilities, and appurtenant work. Bids will be opened and publicly read through a WebEx virtual meeting. CITY CONTRACT 2226 LAKE BUTTE DES MORTS DRIVE SANITARY SEWER AND WATER MAIN CONSTRUCTION Approx. 200 sq. yds. of 8" concrete pavement with curb and appurtenant work Approx. 300 sq. ft. of 6" concrete sidewalk and driveway Approx. 750 sq. yds. of 4" asphaltic surface Approx. 1,650 lin. ft. of 10" sanitary sewer new Approx. 2,100 lin. ft. of 6" to 16" water main new and relay and appurtenant work It is the Bidder's sole responsibility to insure the Bid is received by QuestCDN.com prior to the deadline set forth in this notice. No bids will be accepted after the deadline. All bids must follow the bidding instructions, including providing all attachments as required, on QuestCDN.com. Contractors must be qualified to submit a bid for this Project. This shall be done on forms furnished by the City of Oshkosh, and must be filled out in proper manner and then submitted to the Department of Public Works for consideration by the Director of Public Works and the City Manager and filed not later than Thursday, October 6, 2022. Contractors will not be allowed to bid on this City Contract if complete answers to any Department of Public Works' questions or any missing documentation has not been received by the Department of Public Works by Wednesday, October 12, 2022. The City Manager's decision as to qualifications will be final. Contractors that are prequalified with the City of Oshkosh for the construction year 2022 for the class of work and the Total Contract Amount specified in the Proposal do not need to prequalify again for this Project. Complete digital Project Bidding Documents (including a copy of the current edition of the Standard Specifications for City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin) will be available at www.questcdn.com on Thursday, September 29, 2022. Download the digital plan documents for a non refundable fee of $30 (Thirty Dollars) by inputting Quest Project No. 8301264 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 this digital Project information. Plans and Specifications may be reviewed at the office of the City Engineer, Room 301 of City Hall, beginning Thursday, September 29, 2022. These documents are also available for inspection in the office of the City Clerk, Room 104, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. In addition, additional copies of the current edition of the Standard Specifications for the City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin will be available for purchase. The cost of the current edition of the Standard Specifications for the City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin will be $25 (Twenty Five Dollars) and will be available at the City Engineer's office. Sealed Bids must be accompanied by an electronic Bid Bond payable to the City of Oshkosh in an amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the total amount of the Bid as a guarantee that if the Bid is accepted, Bidder will execute and file proper Contract and Bond within ten (10) days after the award of the Contract. The Bid Bond can be presented in pdf format or via Surety 2000. If the successful bidder executes the Contract and files the necessary bonds within the allowed time, then the Bid Bond shall be released. If the successful bidder fails to execute the Contract and file the Contract Bond within the allowed time, then the Bid Bond shall be forfeited to the CITY as liquidated damages. No bids will be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the scheduled time of opening bids. The CITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities. MARK A. ROHLOFF City Manager PUBLISHED: September 23 and 30, 2022 Run: September 23, 30, 2022 WNAXLP


OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE WAUSAU COMMON COUNCIL - SPECIAL MEETING held on Monday, August 29, 2022, in Council Chambers, beginning at 6:30 p.m., Mayor Rosenberg presiding. Roll Call indicated 9 members present. 21-1109 Motion by Martens, second by McElhaney to adopt the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving Budget Amendment for External Transit Director Recruitment. Adopted 9-0. Adjournment Motion by Diny, second by Herbst to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 6:34 pm. To obtain a copy of the minutes to this meeting or any other City meeting, contact the Clerk or visit the City's website at www.ci.wausau.wi.us Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Kaitlyn Bernarde, City Clerk Run: September 4, 2022 WNAXLP


OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE WAUSAU COMMON COUNCIL held on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, in Council Chambers, beginning at 6:30 p.m., Mayor Rosenberg presiding. Roll Call indicated 11 members present. Consent Agenda Motion by Watson, second by Kilian to adopt all the items on the Consent Agenda as follows: 22-0801 Minutes of previous meetings (8/10/22 & 8/29/22) 12-1106 Resolution of the Capital Improvements & Street Maintenance Committee Authorizing Downtown Snow/Ice Removal 2022-2023 22-0904 Resolution of the Capital Improvements & Street Maintenance Committee Vacating and discontinuing a portion of South 12th Street between Single Avenue and Sumner Street, just adjacent to 1117 Single Avenue. 22-0905 Resolution of the Capital Improvements & Street Maintenance Committee Accepting Easement with Wisconsin Public Service to bury electrical facilities at 500 Washington Street / 555 Jefferson Street 21-1210 Resolution of the Capital Improvements & Street Maintenance Committee Levying Special Assessments for the 2022 Alley Paving Project 21-1211 Resolution of the Capital Improvements & Street Maintenance Committee Levying Special Assessments for the 2022 Street Construction Projects 13-1106 Ordinance Amending Section 10.20.020 Boulevard parking 22-0108 Resolution of the Public Health & Safety Committee Approving or Denying Various Licenses as Indicated 22-0906 Ordinance of the Wausau Water Works Commission Amending Section 13.62.020 Definitions Adopted 11-0. ******************************************* 07-0304 Motion by Henke, second by Rasmussen to adopt the Joint Resolution of the Capital Improvements & Street Maintenance Committee and Plan Commission Approving Final Plat Alexander Davis. Adopted 9-2. 15-0708 Motion by Watson, second by Henke to adopt the Resolution of the Economic Development Committee Approving Third Amendment to Development Agreement between City of Wausau and Riverlife Condos, LLC (Mitch Viegut). Adopted 11-0. 21-1109A Motion by Watson, second by Henke to adopt the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving and Adopting the Budget for American Rescue Plan Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund Funded Projects -- Infill New Construction. Adopted 11-0. 21-1109B Motion by Rasmussen, second by Herbst to adopt the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving and Adopting the Budget for American Rescue Plan Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund Funded Projects Affordable Rental Units. Adopted 11-0. 21-1109C Motion by Herbst, second by Watson to adopt the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving and Adopting the Budget for American Rescue Plan Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund Funded Projects Homebuyer Education Counseling and Closing Assistance. Adopted 8-3. 21-1109D Motion by Watson, second by Lukens to adopt the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving Modification of the 2022 Budget Fuel Expense Motor Pool Fund. Adopted 11-0. 21-1109E Table Motion by Gisselman, second by Diny to table the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving Modification of the 2022 Budget for Fencing Project until the September 27, 2022 Council meeting. Motion carried 7-4. 21-1109F Motion by Rasmussen, second by Watson to adopt the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving Modification of the 2022 Budget Legal Services. Adopted 11-0. 21-1213 Motion by Herbst, second by Rasmussen to adopt the Joint Resolution of the Human Resources Committee and the Finance Committee Approving a One-Time, Lump Sum Non-Base Building Market Adjustment for Designated Employees. Adopted 9-2. 03-1111 Motion by Kilian, second by McElhaney to adopt the Joint Resolution of the Human Resources Committee and the Finance Committee Authorizing a 3% general wage adjustment for non-represented employees effective January 8, 2023. Adopted 11-0. 22-0908 Motion by Lukens, second by Larson to adopt the Resolution of the Parks & Recreation Committee Approving the proposal from Spohn Ranch, Inc. for the design of the Wausau Skate Park and execution of a contract. Adopted 11-0. 22-0907 Motion by Henke, second by Rasmussen to adopt the Resolution of the Public Health & Safety Committee Approving agreement for Urban Search and Rescue Emergency Response Services with the State of Wisconsin. Adopted 11-0. Suspend the Rules Motion by Watson, second by Herbst to Suspend Rules 6(B) Filing and 12(A) Referral of Resolutions. Motion carried 11-0. 19-0304 Motion by Watson, second by Henke to adopt the Resolution of the Common Council Approving Second Amendment to Lease Agreement Between City of Wausau and Briq's Soft Serve LLC. Adopted 11-0. 21-1109G Motion by Gisselman, second by Lukens to adopt the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving Modification of the 2022 Budget Real Estate Service. Adopted 11-0. 21-1109H Motion by Watson, second by Rasmussen to adopt the Resolution of the Finance Committee Approving Modification of the 2022 Budget for Parking Ramp Capital Repairs and Improvements. Adopted 11-0. Adjournment Motion by Henke second by Herbst to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 8:17 pm. To obtain a copy of the minutes to this meeting or any other City meeting, contact the Clerk or visit the City's website at www.ci.wausau.wi.us Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Kaitlyn Bernarde, City Clerk Run: Sept. 23; wnaxlp


OPEN MEETING NOTICE Division of Medicaid Services Public Hearing on Section BadgerCare 1115 Waiver Extension Wednesday, September 21, 2022 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. By Zoom: https://dhswi.zoomgov.com/j/1604236001 By phone: 669-254-5252; 646-828-7666; 669-216-1590; 551-285-1373 Webinar ID: 161 423 6601 Wednesday, September 28, 2022 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. By Zoom: https://dhswi.zoomgov.com/j/1602656786 By phone: 669-254-5252; 646-828-7666; 669-216-1590; 551-285-1373 Webinar ID: 160 265 6786 AGENDA I. Welcome/Introductions 10:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. II. Section 1115 Waiver Extension Presentation 10:10 a.m. 10:40 a.m. III. Public Comments. 10:40 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Purpose of the Meeting The Department of Health Services (DHS) intends to submit an application to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on or around November 15, 2022, requesting a five-year extension of the current Medicaid 1115 Research and Demonstration Waiver as approved and is not seeking any changes. The BadgerCare waiver primarily provides a robust benefit package, which includes most state plan benefits to nonpregnant, nondisabled, nonelderly childless adults with incomes of up to and including 100% of the federal poverty level (FPL). In addition, the waiver also allows Wisconsin to implement additional components that apply only to the nonmandatory childless adult (CLA) population, including: Implementing premiums on childless adults with incomes greater than 50% up to and including 100% of the FPL. Allowing termination and a period of non-eligibility as a childless adult for up to six months for childless adults who do not pay the required premium, with on-ramps to reactivate coverage during the non-eligibility period. Allowing Wisconsin to vary premiums for childless adults based on the responses on a health risk assessment (HRA) and engagement in healthy behaviors or management of unhealthy behaviors. Charging childless adults an $8 copayment for nonemergency use of the emergency department (ED), consistent with 42 CFR § 447.54(b). Requiring full completion of an HRA as a condition of eligibility, as a part of the application for childless adults, to identify healthy behaviors. The waiver also includes a substance use disorder (SUD) program that expands the SUD benefits package to cover short-term residential services in facilities that qualify as institutions for mental diseases (IMDs) for all Medicaid enrollees. DHS must obtain approval from CMS to extend the waiver beyond December 31, 2023. Providing information and obtaining input on changes from the public is of high importance for the state as we prepare to submit the extension request. By law, you have the opportunity to review the official waiver application and to provide comments for 30 days, starting September 12, 2022, and ending October 14, 2022. You may also provide comments at this public hearing. Public comments will be included in the waiver extension request submitted to CMS on or around November 15, 2022, and will be available on DHS's website at the address listed below. Copies of Waiver Documents Copies of waiver extension documents, including the full public notice (to be posted on September 12, 2022), and the final waiver extension application, once complete, may be obtained from DHS at no charge by downloading the documents at www.dhs.wi.gov/medicaid/waiver-badgercare1115.htm or by contacting Bailey Dvorak at: Mail: Bailey Dvorak Division of Medicaid Services P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Phone: 608-267-5210 Fax: 608-266-3205, Attn: Bailey Dvorak Email: bailey.dvorak@dhs.wisconsin.gov Written Comments Written comments on the proposed changes are welcome and will be accepted from September 12, 2022, through October 14, 2022. Written comments may be sent to: Mail: Department of Health Services Division of Medicaid Services Attn: BadgerCare 1115 Waiver Extension P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Fax: 608-266-1096 Email: DHSDMSbadgercare1115@dhs.wisconsin.gov Requests for Accommodations DHS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. If you need accommodations because of a disability, if you need an interpreter or translator, or if you need this material in another language or in alternate format, you may request assistance to participate by contacting: Mail: Bailey Dvorak Division of Medicaid Services P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Phone: 608-267-5210 Fax: 608-266-3205, Attn: Bailey Dvorak Email: bailey.dvorak@dhs.wisconsin.gov Run: September 12, 2022 WNAXLP


OPEN MEETING NOTICE Division of Medicaid Services Public Hearing on Section BadgerCare 1115 Waiver Extension Wednesday, September 21, 2022 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. By Zoom: https://dhswi.zoomgov.com/j/1604236001 By phone: 669-254-5252; 646-828-7666; 669-216-1590; 551-285-1373 Webinar ID: 161 423 6601 Wednesday, September 28, 2022 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. By Zoom: https://dhswi.zoomgov.com/j/1602656786 By phone: 669-254-5252; 646-828-7666; 669-216-1590; 551-285-1373 Webinar ID: 160 265 6786 AGENDA I. Welcome/Introductions 10:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. II. Section 1115 Waiver Extension Presentation 10:10 a.m. 10:40 a.m. III. Public Comments. 10:40 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Purpose of the Meeting The Department of Health Services (DHS) intends to submit an application to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on or around November 15, 2022, requesting a five-year extension of the current Medicaid 1115 Research and Demonstration Waiver as approved and is not seeking any changes. The BadgerCare waiver primarily provides a robust benefit package, which includes most state plan benefits to nonpregnant, nondisabled, nonelderly childless adults with incomes of up to and including 100% of the federal poverty level (FPL). In addition, the waiver also allows Wisconsin to implement additional components that apply only to the nonmandatory childless adult (CLA) population, including: Implementing premiums on childless adults with incomes greater than 50% up to and including 100% of the FPL. Allowing termination and a period of non-eligibility as a childless adult for up to six months for childless adults who do not pay the required premium, with on-ramps to reactivate coverage during the non-eligibility period. Allowing Wisconsin to vary premiums for childless adults based on the responses on a health risk assessment (HRA) and engagement in healthy behaviors or management of unhealthy behaviors. Charging childless adults an $8 copayment for nonemergency use of the emergency department (ED), consistent with 42 CFR § 447.54(b). Requiring full completion of an HRA as a condition of eligibility, as a part of the application for childless adults, to identify healthy behaviors. The waiver also includes a substance use disorder (SUD) program that expands the SUD benefits package to cover short-term residential services in facilities that qualify as institutions for mental diseases (IMDs) for all Medicaid enrollees. DHS must obtain approval from CMS to extend the waiver beyond December 31, 2023. Providing information and obtaining input on changes from the public is of high importance for the state as we prepare to submit the extension request. By law, you have the opportunity to review the official waiver application and to provide comments for 30 days, starting September 12, 2022, and ending October 14, 2022. You may also provide comments at this public hearing. Public comments will be included in the waiver extension request submitted to CMS on or around November 15, 2022, and will be available on DHS's website at the address listed below. Copies of Waiver Documents Copies of waiver extension documents, including the full public notice (to be posted on September 12, 2022), and the final waiver extension application, once complete, may be obtained from DHS at no charge by downloading the documents at www.dhs.wi.gov/medicaid/waiver-badgercare1115.htm or by contacting Bailey Dvorak at: Mail: Bailey Dvorak Division of Medicaid Services P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Phone: 608-267-5210 Fax: 608-266-3205, Attn: Bailey Dvorak Email: bailey.dvorak@dhs.wisconsin.gov Written Comments Written comments on the proposed changes are welcome and will be accepted from September 12, 2022, through October 14, 2022. Written comments may be sent to: Mail: Department of Health Services Division of Medicaid Services Attn: BadgerCare 1115 Waiver Extension P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Fax: 608-266-1096 Email: DHSDMSbadgercare1115@dhs.wisconsin.gov Requests for Accommodations DHS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. If you need accommodations because of a disability, if you need an interpreter or translator, or if you need this material in another language or in alternate format, you may request assistance to participate by contacting: Mail: Bailey Dvorak Division of Medicaid Services P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Phone: 608-267-5210 Fax: 608-266-3205, Attn: Bailey Dvorak Email: bailey.dvorak@dhs.wisconsin.gov Run: September 12, 2022 WNAXLP


OPEN MEETING NOTICE Division of Medicaid Services Public Hearing on Section BadgerCare 1115 Waiver Extension Friday, September 30, 2022 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. By Zoom: https://dhswi.zoomgov.com/j/1603132788 By phone: 669-254-5252; 646-828-7666; 669-216-1590; 551-285-1373 Webinar ID: 160 313 2788 AGENDA I. Welcome/Introductions 10:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. II. Section 1115 Waiver Extension Presentation 10:10 a.m. 10:40 a.m. III. Public Comments. 10:40 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Purpose of the Meeting The Department of Health Services (DHS) intends to submit an application to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on or around November 15, 2022, requesting a five-year extension of the current Medicaid 1115 Research and Demonstration Waiver as approved and is not seeking any changes. The BadgerCare waiver primarily provides a robust benefit package, which includes most state plan benefits to nonpregnant, nondisabled, nonelderly childless adults with incomes of up to and including 100% of the federal poverty level (FPL). In addition, the waiver also allows Wisconsin to implement additional components that apply only to the nonmandatory childless adult (CLA) population, including: Implementing premiums on childless adults with incomes greater than 50% up to and including 100% of the FPL. Allowing termination and a period of non-eligibility as a childless adult for up to six months for childless adults who do not pay the required premium, with on-ramps to reactivate coverage during the non-eligibility period. Allowing Wisconsin to vary premiums for childless adults based on the responses on a health risk assessment (HRA) and engagement in healthy behaviors or management of unhealthy behaviors. Charging childless adults an $8 copayment for nonemergency use of the emergency department (ED), consistent with 42 CFR § 447.54(b). Requiring full completion of an HRA as a condition of eligibility, as a part of the application for childless adults, to identify healthy behaviors. The waiver also includes a substance use disorder (SUD) program that expands the SUD benefits package to cover short-term residential services in facilities that qualify as institutions for mental diseases (IMDs) for all Medicaid enrollees. DHS must obtain approval from CMS to extend the waiver beyond December 31, 2023. Providing information and obtaining input on changes from the public is of high importance for the state as we prepare to submit the extension request. By law, you have the opportunity to review the official waiver application and to provide comments for 30 days, starting September 12, 2022, and ending October 14, 2022. You may also provide comments at this public hearing. Public comments will be included in the waiver extension request submitted to CMS on or around November 15, 2022, and will be available on DHS's website at the address listed below. Copies of Waiver Documents Copies of waiver extension documents, including the full public notice (to be posted on September 12, 2022), and the final waiver extension application, once complete, may be obtained from DHS at no charge by downloading the documents at www.dhs.wi.gov/medicaid/waiver-badgercare1115.htm or by contacting Bailey Dvorak at: Mail: Bailey Dvorak Division of Medicaid Services P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Phone: 608-267-5210 Fax: 608-266-3205, Attn: Bailey Dvorak Email: bailey.dvorak@dhs.wisconsin.gov Written Comments Written comments on the proposed changes are welcome and will be accepted from September 12, 2022, through October 14, 2022. Written comments may be sent to: Mail: Department of Health Services Division of Medicaid Services Attn: BadgerCare 1115 Waiver Extension P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Fax: 608-266-1096 Email: DHSDMSbadgercare1115@dhs.wisconsin.gov Requests for Accommodations DHS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. If you need accommodations because of a disability, if you need an interpreter or translator, or if you need this material in another language or in alternate format, you may request assistance to participate by contacting: Mail: Bailey Dvorak Division of Medicaid Services P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Phone: 608-267-5210 Fax: 608-266-3205, Attn: Bailey Dvorak Email: bailey.dvorak@dhs.wisconsin.gov Run: September 27, 2022 wnaxlp


OPEN MEETING NOTICE Division of Medicaid Services Public Hearing on Section BadgerCare 1115 Waiver Extension Friday, September 30, 2022 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. By Zoom: https://dhswi.zoomgov.com/j/1603132788 By phone: 669-254-5252; 646-828-7666; 669-216-1590; 551-285-1373 Webinar ID: 160 313 2788 AGENDA I. Welcome/Introductions 10:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. II. Section 1115 Waiver Extension Presentation 10:10 a.m. 10:40 a.m. III. Public Comments. 10:40 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Purpose of the Meeting The Department of Health Services (DHS) intends to submit an application to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on or around November 15, 2022, requesting a five-year extension of the current Medicaid 1115 Research and Demonstration Waiver as approved and is not seeking any changes. The BadgerCare waiver primarily provides a robust benefit package, which includes most state plan benefits to nonpregnant, nondisabled, nonelderly childless adults with incomes of up to and including 100% of the federal poverty level (FPL). In addition, the waiver also allows Wisconsin to implement additional components that apply only to the nonmandatory childless adult (CLA) population, including: Implementing premiums on childless adults with incomes greater than 50% up to and including 100% of the FPL. Allowing termination and a period of non-eligibility as a childless adult for up to six months for childless adults who do not pay the required premium, with on-ramps to reactivate coverage during the non-eligibility period. Allowing Wisconsin to vary premiums for childless adults based on the responses on a health risk assessment (HRA) and engagement in healthy behaviors or management of unhealthy behaviors. Charging childless adults an $8 copayment for nonemergency use of the emergency department (ED), consistent with 42 CFR § 447.54(b). Requiring full completion of an HRA as a condition of eligibility, as a part of the application for childless adults, to identify healthy behaviors. The waiver also includes a substance use disorder (SUD) program that expands the SUD benefits package to cover short-term residential services in facilities that qualify as institutions for mental diseases (IMDs) for all Medicaid enrollees. DHS must obtain approval from CMS to extend the waiver beyond December 31, 2023. Providing information and obtaining input on changes from the public is of high importance for the state as we prepare to submit the extension request. By law, you have the opportunity to review the official waiver application and to provide comments for 30 days, starting September 12, 2022, and ending October 14, 2022. You may also provide comments at this public hearing. Public comments will be included in the waiver extension request submitted to CMS on or around November 15, 2022, and will be available on DHS's website at the address listed below. Copies of Waiver Documents Copies of waiver extension documents, including the full public notice (to be posted on September 12, 2022), and the final waiver extension application, once complete, may be obtained from DHS at no charge by downloading the documents at www.dhs.wi.gov/medicaid/waiver-badgercare1115.htm or by contacting Bailey Dvorak at: Mail: Bailey Dvorak Division of Medicaid Services P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Phone: 608-267-5210 Fax: 608-266-3205, Attn: Bailey Dvorak Email: bailey.dvorak@dhs.wisconsin.gov Written Comments Written comments on the proposed changes are welcome and will be accepted from September 12, 2022, through October 14, 2022. Written comments may be sent to: Mail: Department of Health Services Division of Medicaid Services Attn: BadgerCare 1115 Waiver Extension P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Fax: 608-266-1096 Email: DHSDMSbadgercare1115@dhs.wisconsin.gov Requests for Accommodations DHS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. If you need accommodations because of a disability, if you need an interpreter or translator, or if you need this material in another language or in alternate format, you may request assistance to participate by contacting: Mail: Bailey Dvorak Division of Medicaid Services P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53707-0309 Phone: 608-267-5210 Fax: 608-266-3205, Attn: Bailey Dvorak Email: bailey.dvorak@dhs.wisconsin.gov Run: September 27, 2022 wnaxlp


ORDER TO RAZE TO: Annette Sobczynski 225 East Division Street Fond du Lac WI 54935 Re: 23 West Bank Street, City of Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin Tax Pin No. FDL-15-17-10-12-268-00 PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY vested in the undersigned by Section 66.0413(1)(b),(c) of the Wisconsin Statutes and Chapters 343 and 255 of the Code of the City of Fond du Lac, and upon the authority of the City Council of the City of Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the City of Fond du Lac Chief Building Inspector has determined that the building located on the following described property in the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to wit: The East 45 feet of the West 85 feet of the East 255 feet of the South 130 feet of Block 1 of Bannister and Hiner's Resurvey of Block 23 of the Original Plat of the City of Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. which premises are owned by you and known as 23 West Bank Street, City of Fond du Lac, also identified by tax pin No. FDL-15-17-10-12-268-00, shall be razed because (1) the structure is so old, dilapidated and out of repair, and consequently dangerous, unsafe, unsanitary or otherwise unfit for human habitation and unreasonable to repair, and (2) said structure cannot be made safe by reasonable repairs, in that the costs of repairs of said building would exceed 50% of the assessed value of the building divided by the ratio of the assessed value to the recommended value for the City of Fond du Lac as last published by the Department of Revenue. As the Chief Building Inspector, I make the following conservative cost estimate as required by the State of Wisconsin Building Code is as follows: Rehab Estimate 23 W Bank Street Item No./Work Estimated Amount Carpentry $13,200.00 Basement Beam Repairs $2,900.00 Front Porch Repairs $6,850.00 Entry/Exit Door Replacements $2,450.00 Window Replacements $14,210.00 Siding $12,575.00 Trim Cladding $4,175.00 Electrical $11,300.00 HVAC $18,144.00 Plumbing $12,490.00 Drywall $9,525.00 Painting $11,300.00 Cabinetry & Countertops $9,450.00 Interior Doors $4,250.00 Interior Trim $13,525.00 Flooring $10,970.00 Insulation $4,290.00 Miscellaneous $2,325.00 Concrete $11,367.00 TOTAL $175,296.00 Total Estimated Fair Market Value (Land & Improvements): $75,800.00 Total Cost Estimate for Repair (Conservative): $175,296.00 2021 Tax Bill Assessed Value (Improvements Only): $12,100.00 2021 Tax Bill Equalized (Improvements Only): $13,031.49 2021 Tax Bill Assessed Value (Land & Improvements): $70,400.00 2021 Equalized Value (Land & Improvements): $75,819.58 Based on the information and tax data provided by the City of Fond du Lac Assessor, the value to repair the house exceeds 50% of the equalized value of the structure at 23 West Bank Street. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to raze said buildings within 30 days from the effective date of this notice. Pursuant to Section 66.0413(1)(a)(2) of the Wisconsin Statutes, "raze a building" means to demolish and remove the building and to restore the site to a dust-free and erosion-free condition. Your failure to fully or timely comply with this Raze Order may result in the City of Fond du Lac proceeding with other or further measures and remedies available to the City pursuant to its Code of Ordinances and/or the Wisconsin Statutes, including, but not limited to, the commencement of litigation to obtain your compliance with this Order, and further including, but not limited to, the razing of the building on the property and the imposition of costs, expenses and forfeitures against you and the subject property. If you shall fail or refuse to comply within the time prescribed in this order, the building shall be razed and removed and the site restored to a dust-free and erosion-free condition by the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, or its agents or contractors, and the cost of such razing, removal and restoration of the site to a dust-free and erosion-free condition shall be charged against the property, shall be a lien thereon, and may be assessed and collected as a special charge. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that pursuant to Sections 66.0143(1)(h) and 893.76 of the Wisconsin Statutes, you must make application to the circuit court within thirty (30) days of service of this order if you wish to contest this order. Dated this 31st day of August, 2022. CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Doug Hoerth Chief Building Inspector City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Run: Septemebr 1, 2022 wnaxlp


ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING A NEW CODE FOR THE*; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF CERTAIN ORDINANCES NOT INCLUDED THEREIN; PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF; PROVIDING FOR THE MANNER OF AMENDING SUCH CODE; AND PROVIDING WHEN SUCH CODE AND THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE. Section 1. The Code entitled Two Rivers, Wisconsin Municipal Code published by Municode, consisting of chapters 1 through 12, each inclusive, is adopted. Section 2. All ordinances of a general and permanent nature enacted on or before August 15, 2022, and not included in the Code or recognized and continued in force by reference therein, are repealed. Section 3. The repeal provided for in section 2 hereof shall not be construed to revive any ordinance or part thereof that has been repealed by a subsequent ordinance that is repealed by this ordinance. Section 4. Unless another penalty is expressly provided, every person convicted of a violation of any provision of the Code or any ordinance, rule or regulation adopted or issued in pursuance thereof shall be punished by a fine. Each act of violation and each day upon which any such violation shall continue or occur shall constitute a separate offense. The penalty provided by this section, unless another penalty is expressly provided, shall apply to the amendment of any Code section, whether or not such penalty is reenacted in the amendatory ordinance. In addition to the penalty prescribed above, the fine may pursue other remedies such as abatement of nuisances, injunctive relief and revocation of licenses or permits. Section 5. Additions or amendments to the Code when passed in such form as to indicate the intention of the council to make the same a part of the Code shall be deemed to be incorporated in the Code, so that reference to the Code includes the additions and amendments. Section 6. Ordinances adopted after August 15, 2022, that amend or refer to ordinances that have been codified in the Code shall be construed as if they amend or refer to like provisions of the Code. Section 7. This ordinance shall become effective upon final passage and publication or posting as provided by law. Dated August 15, 2022 /s/ Adam Wachowski President, City Council /s/ Gregory E. Buckley City Manager Attest: /s/ Jamie Jackson City Clerk Approved as to form and legality: /s/ John M. Bruce City Attorney Run: September 15, 2022 WNAXLP


ORDINANCE An Ordinance to amend Section 10.750 of the Manitowoc Municipal Code regulating heavy traffic routes. The Mayor and Common Council of the City of Manitowoc do ordain as follows: Section 1. Section 10.750(3)(b) is amended to read as follows: "10.750 Heavy Traffic Routes and Other Vehicle Restrictions. (3) Heavy Traffic Routes. (a) Heavy Through Traffic Route. Heavy through traffic shall be prohibited from traveling on streets or highways in the City of Manitowoc except over state trunk highways and county trunk highways. (b) Other Heavy Traffic Routes. Other heavy traffic shall be restricted to utilizing the following streets: 1. All marked Federal, State and County highways, whether or not included in the streets listed below. 2. Albert Drive from CTH "B" east to Mirro Drive. 3. Calumet Avenue from the City limits east to South 26th Street. 4. Challenge Lane from Dewey Street to the south 300 feet. 5. Clipper Drive from South 41st Street to Custer Street. 6. Custer Street from the City limits east to South 26th Street. 7. Dewey Street from South Rapids Road (CTH "R") Calumet Avenue east to South 10th Street. 8. Dufek Drive from Calumet Avenue to Custer Street. 9. Expo Drive from South 41st Street to South Rapids Road (CTH "R"). 10. Fairmont Street from North 23rd Street to North 30th Street. 11. Franklin Street from South 26th Street east to South 6th Street. 12. South Frontage Road from Calumet Avenue to South 42nd Street (CTH "CR"). 13. Deleted by Ord. 11-772. 14. Harbor Town Lane from South 41st Street to Dewey Street Crawford Boulevard. 15. I-Tec Drive from Calumet Avenue to West Drive. 16. Magnolia Avenue from North 8th Street to North 18th Street. 17. Menasha Avenue from North Rapids Road (CTH "R") east to Waldo Boulevard. 18. Rapids Road from Calumet Avenue to Custer Broadway Street. 19. Vits Drive from Dufek Drive to South 63rd Street. 20. West Drive from Dufek Drive to South 59th Street. 21. South 10th Street from Madison Washington Street to Viebahn Street. 22. South 21st Street from Franklin Street, across the viaduct to North 18th Street and to Magnolia Avenue. 23. North 23rd Street from Waldo Boulevard to Fairmont Street. 24. South 26th Street from Franklin Street to a point 1,350 feet south of Dewey Street. 25. South 30th Street from Custer Street to Viebahn Street. 26. North 30th Street from Fairmont Street to Menasha Avenue. 27. South 41st Street from Calumet Avenue to Custer Street. 28. South 59th Street from West Drive to Custer Street. 29. South 63rd Street from Vits Drive to Custer Street. 30. South 16th Street from Washington Street to 700 feet north of Wollmer Street. 31. Quay Street from South Lakeview Drive to South 8th Street. 32. South Lakeview Drive from Quay Street to the Lake Michigan Car Ferry Dock. 33. Madison Street from South 10th Street to South Lakeview Drive. 34. South Lakeview Drive from Madison Street to Lake Michigan Car Ferry Dock. 35. Crawford Boulevard from Calumet Avenue to South Rapids Road. Section 2. Section 10.750(5) is amended to read as follows: (5) Injury to Streets by Vehicles Prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate any vehicle on any street which causes or likely to cause injury to such street. The Director of Public Works Infrastructure, any of his designees and any police officer may prohibit the operation of any vehicle in violation of this subsection (5). The owner as well as the operator of any vehicle which causes injury to any City street shall be liable to the City for all such damages. (6) Bridge and Culvert Weight Limits. The City Engineer Director of Public Infrastructure any of his designees, subject to approval by the Common Council, may indicate the maximum gross vehicle weight or axle weight considered safe for passage over any bridge or culvert on any City street where such gross weight is less than otherwise permitted by Statute without a special permit. Any such limitation shall be indicated by a sign erected on or within 100 feet before each end of such structure. " Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect the day after publication. Introduced September 19, 2022 Adopted September 19, 2022 Approved September 20, 2022 (Signed) Justin M. Nickels, Mayor Attest: (Signed) MACKENZIE REED-KADOW, City Clerk I hereby certify that the above ordinance was duly adopted by the Common Council on Monday, September 19, 2022. (Signed) Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, City Clerk Run: September 26, 2022 WNAXLP


ORDINANCE An Ordinance to amend Section 15.390(14) of the Manitowoc Municipal Code regulating Setbacks from Major Streets. The Mayor and Common Council of the City of Manitowoc do ordain as follows: Section 1. Section 15.390(14) is amended to read as follows: "15.310 (14) Setbacks from Major Streets. Twenty-five-foot setbacks: Albert Drive. Beginning at Johnston Drive to North 18th Street; Bayshore Drive. Beginning at E. Waldo Boulevard to E. Reed Avenue (building setback only) Broadway Street. Beginning at the railroad tracks to the west City limits; Calumet Avenue. Beginning at South 26th Street to South 41st Street (building setback only). From South 41st Street west to City limits, building and parking setbacks shall apply; Clipper Drive. Beginning at S. 41st Street to Custer Street (building setback only) Custer Street. Beginning at 26th Street to the City limits (building setback only); Dewey Street. Beginning at South 10th Street to South 42nd Street; Expo Drive. Beginning at S. 41st Street to Vista Road (building setback only) Johnston Drive. Beginning at Memorial Drive to the City limits; Magnolia Avenue. Beginning at Memorial Drive to Menasha Avenue; Maritime Drive. Beginning at Buffalo Street to Memorial Drive; Memorial Drive. From Waldo Boulevard to City limits (building setback only); Menasha Avenue. Beginning at Wisconsin Avenue to the City limits (building setback only); Mirro Drive. Beginning at Memorial Drive to City limits; Rapids Road (North and South). From City limits to City limits (building setback only); Viebahn Street. Beginning at 10th Street to City limits; Waldo Boulevard. Beginning at Memorial Drive to the west City limits; 8th Street (North). Beginning at Park Street to Reed Avenue (building setback only). From Reed Avenue to City limits building and parking setbacks shall apply; 11th Street (North). Beginning at St. Clair Street to Waldo Boulevard; 10th Street (South). Beginning at Division Street to the south City limits; 14th Street (South). Beginning at Dewey Street to Grand Avenue; 18th Street (North). Beginning at Revere Drive North to City limits; 21st Street (South) and Revere Drive. Beginning at Marshall Street to North 18th Street; 24th Street (North). Beginning at Fairmont Street to Menasha Avenue; 26th Street (South). Beginning at Western Avenue to City limits; 30th Street (South). Beginning at Custer Street to City limits; 35th Street (South). Beginning at Meadow Lane to City limits; 41st Street (South). Beginning at Harbor Town Lane to Custer Street (building setback only) and 42nd Street (South). Beginning at Dewey Street to Viebahn Street (building setback only)." Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect the day after publication. Introduced September 19, 2022 Adopted September 19, 2022 Approved September 20, 2022 (Signed) Justin M. Nickels, Mayor Attest: (Signed) MACKENZIE REED-KADOW, City Clerk I hereby certify that the above ordinance was duly adopted by the Common Council on Monday, September 19, 2022. Published September 26, 2022 (Signed) Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, City Clerk Run: September 26, 2022 WNAXLP


ORDINANCE An Ordinance amending the amended zone map of the City of Manitowoc entitled: "Zoning Ordinance of the Municipal Code of the City of Manitowoc". The Mayor and Common Council of the City of Manitowoc do ordain as follows: SECTION 1: Section 15.050 of the amended zone map of the City of Manitowoc is amended to provide that a tract of land located in the NW 1/4 , Section 1, Township 18 North, Range 23 East, in the City of Manitowoc, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin being generally located at the South of Viebahn Street and east of S. 42nd Street / C.T.H. CR is to be changed from "R-1" Residential - Agricultural District to "I-1" Light Industrial District all according to the attached Map. SECTION 2: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect the day after its publication. Introduced September 19, 2022 Adopted September 19, 2022 Approved September 20, 2022 (Signed) Justin M. Nickels, Mayor Attest: (Signed) MACKENZIE REED-KADOW, City Clerk I hereby certify that the above ordinance was duly adopted by the Common Council on Monday, September 19, 2022. (Signed) Mackenzie Reed-Kadow, City Clerk Run: September 26, 2022 WNAXLP


ORDINANCE NO. 2022 - 12 CITY OF OCONTO OCONTO COUNTY, WISCONSIN AN ORDINANCE REGARDING REVISIONS TO THE PUBLIC WORKS ORDINANCE IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE CITY OF OCONTO THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OCONTO, OCONTO COUNTY, WISCONSIN, DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: I. REVISION. Section 6-3-2(a) of the City of Oconto Code of Ordinances shall be revised as follows: (1) General Design. Private driveways shall be of such width and so located that all of such driveways and their appurtenances are within the limits of the frontafe abutting the street of the property served. Driveway shall not provide direct ingress or egress toot from any street intersection area and shall not encroach upon or occupy area of the street right-of-way required for effective traffic control or for street signs or signals. A driveway shall be so located and constructed that vehicles approaching or using it shall have adequate sight distance along the street. Driveway approaches shall be at least ten (10) feet apart measured at the street right-of-way line, except by special permission from the Director of Public Services, or designee, and driveways shall in all cases be placed wherever possible as not to interfere with utilities in place. II. REVISION. Section 6-3-2(b) of the City of Oconto Code of Ordinances shall be revised as follows: (b) Special Requirements for Non-Residential Driveways. The following regulations are applicable to driveways serving non-residential establishments: (1) Width of Drive. The maximum permitted width of a non-residential (commercial I industrial) driveway approach shall be thirty-five (35) feet at the curb line, except as increased by permissible radii. In instances where the unique nature of the commercial or industrial activity or the physical characteristics of the land would require a driveway of greater width than herein specified, the Director of Public Works, or designee, in his/her discretion may permit a driveway of additional width. Ill. REVISION. Section 6-3-2(b)(4) of the City of Oconto Code of Ordinances shall be revised as follows: (4) Surface. a. Streets with No Curb and Gutter. The surface of the driveway approach connecting with street cross section shall slope downward toward the highway pavement. The surface of the driveway approach shall be asphaltic. The grade of the driveway at the street line shall be established by the Director of Public Services, or designee. b. Where There is Curb and Gutter but No Sidewalk. The surface of the driveway approach shall be concrete. The grade at the street line shall be determined by the Director of Public Services, or designee. IV. REVISION. Section 6-3-2(c) of the City of Oconto Code of Ordinances shall be revised as follows: (c) Special Requirements for Residential Driveways. (1) Width. Unless special permission is first received from the Director of Public Services, or designee, a residential driveway shall be no greater than twenty-four (24) feet width at the curb and eighteen (18) feet width at the outer or street edge of the sidewalk. ***** (3) Surface. a. Streets with No Curb and Gutter. The surface of the driveway approach connecting with street cross section shall slope downward toward the highway pavement. The surface of the driveway approach shall be asphaltic. The grade of the driveway at the street line shall be established by the Director of Public Services, or designee. b. Where There is Curb and Gutter but No Sidewalk. The surface of the driveway approach shall be concrete. The grade at the street line shall be determined by the Director of Public Services, or designee. V. REVISION. Section 6-3-2(d) of the City of Oconto Code of Ordinances shall be revised as follows: (d) Special Requirements for Duplex's Driveways. (1) Width. Unless special permission is first received from the Director of Public Services, or designee, a duplex with abutting garages shall have a driveway no greater than forty-five (45) feet wide at the curb line and thirty-nine (39) feet at the outer or street edge of the sidewalk. VI. REVISIONS. Section 6-3-2(e) of the City of Oconto Code of Ordinances shall be revised as follows: (e) Appeal from Permit Refusal. Any person feeling himself aggrieved by the refusal of the Director of Public Services, or designee, to issue a permit for a private driveway may appeal such refusal to the Committee of the Whole within twenty (20) days after such refusal to issue such permit is made. VII. REVISIONS. Section 6-3-2(f) of the City of Oconto Code of Ordinances shall be revised as follows: (f) Prohibited Driveways. (2) No driveway shall be closer than thirty-five (35) feet to the extended street line at an intersection, unless first granted special permission by the Director of Public Services. At street intersections, a driveway shall not provide direct ingress or egress to or from the street intersection area and shall not occupy areas of the roadway deemed necessary by the City for effective traffic control or for highway signs or signals. VIII. REVISIONS. Section 6-3-2(h) of the City of Oconto Code of Ordinances shall be revised as follows: (h) Removal. Failure to comply with this Ordinance will result in the removal of the driveway apron as directed by the Director of Public Services, or designee. Failure to comply with the removal could subject the owner to a citation as allowed by Section 1-2-2. IX. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall be adopted under suspension of local rules and shall take effect upon passage and publication as provided by law. Offered by: Jean Feldt Seconded by: Steve Stock VOTE: Ayes 6 Nays 0 Abstention 0 Absent 0 Date of Adoption: 08/23/2022 Date of Publication: 09/07/2022 BY ORDER OF THE COMMON COUNCIL CITY OF OCONTO, OCONTO COUNTY, WISCONSIN John R. Panetti, Mayor Brittney M. Bickel, City Administrator Run: Septemebr 7, 2022 wnaxlp


ORDINANCE NO. Z-42022-23 AMEND THE OUTAGAMIE COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE Please be advised that on August 9, 2022 the Outagamie County Board of Supervisors did approve the petition of Taylor Vande Wettering, applicant and representative of TJS Properties LLC, on behalf of Field of Scenes LLC, owner, to rezone parcel 090038100, approximately 12.44 acres, from Industrial District and Local Commercial District to Industrial District only, in the Town of Freedom. Detailed copies of the amendment can be viewed or obtained at the Outagamie County Clerk's Office 920-832-5077 or the Development & Land Services Office 920-832-5255, 320 South Walnut Street, Appleton or on the county's website at: www.outagamie.org I, Jeff King, Outagamie County Clerk, hereby certify that Ordinance No. Z-42022-23 was adopted by the Outagamie County Board of Supervisors on August 9, 2022 and that said ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon publication, in accordance with State Statutes 59.14 and 66.0103. \s\ Jeff King, County Clerk Run: September 2, 2022 COUNTY OF OUTAGAMIE, WISCONSIN NOTICE OF BUDGET CHANGE Notice is hereby given that, under Section 65.90(5), Wis. Stats., the Outagamie County Board of Supervisors at its regular meetings held on August 9, 2022 did vote a change in the budget appropriations as follows: Cost Center Name Line Item Acc # Increase/(Decrease) Resolution No. 492022-23 County Executive Capital Outlay 1002200.6000 11,800 County Executive Salaries 1002200.5100 (11,800) Resolution No. 532022-23 American Rescue Plan Intergovernmental Revenues 1003605.4264.01 14,900,049 American Rescue Plan Purchased Services 1003605.5500 13,500,000 American Rescue Plan Allocated Applied Expense 1003605.5900 1,400,049 Resolution No. 552022-23 Highway (Maintenance) Operating Expenses 6005000.5001 69,266 Highway (Maintenance) Charges for Services 6005000.4415.01 69,266 County Rd & Bridge Charges for Services 2070100.4415.31 23,089 County Rd & Bridge Purchased Services 2070400.5500 23,089 Resolution No. 562022-23 Airport Terminal Salaries 5000110.5100 34,826 Airport Terminal Fringe Benefits 5000110.5200 22,625 Airport FBO Salaries 5000119.5100 27,072 Airport FBO Fringe Benefits 5000119.5200 11,652 Airport Terminal Fund balance applied 5000110.8955 (96,175) Resolution No. 572022-23 Airport FBO Salaries 5000119.5100 128,156 Airport FBO Fringe Benefits 5000119.5200 (180,460) Airport Terminal Fund balance applied 5000110.8955 (52,304) Resolution No. 582022-23 2022 Budget Entry: Onsite Clinic Design/Construction Capital Outlay 4622900.6000 25,000 2022 Capital Projects Operating Transfer In 4620100.8900.607 25,000 HC Stablization Operating Transfer Out 6070100.9900.462 25,000 HC Stabilization Fund Balance Applied 6070100.8955 25,000 2022 Actual Entry: 2022 Capital Projects Operating Transfer In 4620100.8900.607 25,000 HC Stabilization Operating Transfer Out 6070100.9900.462 25,000 Resolution No. 602022-23 2022 Budget Entry: Parks Prefab Bathroom Miscellaneous Revenue 4623000.4510.12 50,000 Parks Prefab Bathroom Capital Outlay 4623000.6000 59,500 2022 Capital Projects Operating Transfer In 4620100.8955.100 9,500 Plamann Park Purchased Services 1006200.5500 (9,500) General Fund Operating Transfer Out 100100.9900.462 9,500 2022 Actual Entry: 2022 Capital Projects Operating Transfer In 4620100.8955.100 9,500 General Fund Operating Transfer Out 1000100.9900.462 9,500 Given under my hand and seal this 2nd day of September, 2022. \s\ Jeff King, County Clerk RUN: September 2, 2022 WNAXLP


Our File #W088125 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT WOOD COUNTY COTTONWOOD FINANCIAL WISCONSIN LLC DBA THE CASH STORE A FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Plaintiff, vs. PATRICIA M BITTNER Defendant. Case No. 22SC000649 SMALL CLAIMS AMENDED SUMMONS TO: PATRICIA M BITTNER 8014 BETHEL RD RM 302 ARPIN WI 54410 You are being sued by: COTTONWOOD FINANCIAL WISCONSIN LLC DBA THE CASH STORE A FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY in the Small Claims Court of WOOD County, located at 400 E MARKET ST WISCONSIN RAPIDS WI 54495. A hearing will be held at 1:00 p.m. on September 20, 2022. If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the party suing you. A copy of this amended summons along with the summons and complaint is being mailed to you. Dated at Milwaukee, Wisconsin this August 31, 2022. KOHN LAW FIRM S.C. ELECTRONICALLY SIGNED BY: /S/JASON D. HERMERSMANN JASON D. HERMERSMANN Plaintiff's Attorney State Bar No. 1049948 735 N. Water St., Suite 1300 Milwaukee, WI 53202 (414) 276-0435 Run: September 8, 2022 WNAXLP


OUTAGAMIE COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS WITHIN THE DISTRICTS LISTED BELOW OF THE 2022 ANNUAL MEETINGS AND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The annual meetings of the Outagamie County Drainage Districts will be held on the dates, times and places as listed below: #756 Vandenbroek Tuesday, Sept 20, 7:00 pm Town of Kaukauna Town Hall, W780 Greiner Rd #762 Center Valley Wednesday, Sept 21, 7:00 pm Town of Center Town Hall, N3990 St Rd 47 #755 Duck Creek Wednesday, Sept 21, 8:00 pm Town of Center Town Hall, N3990 St Rd 47 #758 Black Creek/Bovina Thursday, Sept 22, 7:00 pm Town of Bovina Town Hall, N5289 Rexford Road #760 North Liberty Thursday, Sept 22, 7:45 pm Town of Bovina Town Hall, N5289 Rexford Road #757 - Center/Grand Chute Wednesday, Sept 28, 7:00 pm Town of Grand Chute Town Hall, 1900 Grand Chute Blvd #759 Freedom Thursday, Sept 29, 7:00 pm Town of Freedom Town Hall, W2004 Co Rd S #763 Oneida/Hobart Thursday, Sept 29, 7:45 pm Town of Freedom Town Hall, W2004 Co Rd S Agenda items include: 2021-22 Report; future projects; Stormwater Runoff Guidance (Direct and Indirect Connection within Districts); 75' Structure Setback from legal drains; financial report; 2022 assessment rate payable in 2023. A Public Hearing will be held for a revision to the assessment benefits policy for each district concerning property owners adjacent to legal drains that are in violation of not maintaining the buffer corridor from the top of the legal drain ditch as specified by the Board. The revision would allow for a penalty to be charged to the property owner after notification by the Board to correct the violation has failed. The violation penalty for parcels where vegetation is not re-established will be assessed a penalty of 10 times (10x) the annual district special assessment for the parcel in question for that year and each subsequent year until the corridor/buffer is re-established. Drainage Board Members: Al Kramer, Jr., President - 920-841-9392; Greg Nettekoven 920-470-7659; Jason Van Eperen 920-475-7412; Mike Van Asten920-585-2482; Gerald Vander Heiden-920-606-8058 Annual inspection reports/maps and Public Hearing notice may be viewed at: http://www.outagamie.org/government/f-through-m/land-conservation/outagamie-county-drainage-board or by contacting a Drainage Board member above. Al Kramer, Jr. President Run: September 1, 15, 2022 WNAXLP