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Monday, November 07, 2011

Evansville Common Council Meets Tuesday, Nov 8, 2011

Common Council

Regular Meeting
Tuesday, November 8, 2011, 6:30 p.m.
City Hall, 31 S. Madison Street, Evansville, WI

Agenda
Revised 11/07/2011 adding Items 6B6 and 6C2
1. Call to order

2. Roll Call

3. Approval of Agenda

4. Motion to waive the reading of the minutes of the October 11, 2011, regular meeting and to approve them as presented.

5. Citizen appearances
A. Public Hearing: 2012 Operating Budget.
(1). Staff report.
(2). Initial discussion by Council for clarification.
(3). Public hearing.
(4). Final discussion by Council. (Any changes to the budget must be included in the motion. Changes to the levy will affect the tax rate and that rate will be recalculated by the Finance Department)
(5). Second reading and motion to approve Ordinance 2011-16, Adopting 2012 Operating and Capital Budgets and Setting Tax Levies.

6. Reports of Committees
A. Youth Center Advisory Board Report

B. Finance and Labor Relations Committee Report
(1). Motion to accept the Water & Light bills as presented.

(2). Motion to accept the City bills as presented.

(3). Motion to approve Purchase of Services Agreement with Rock County Humane Society.

(4). Motion to approve Purchasing Policy revisions.

(5). Motion to approve Agreement with InfoSend, Inc. for printing and mailing of monthly utility bills.

(6). Motion to approve Agreement with Sunland Development LLC for Capstone Ridge.

C. Plan Commission Report
(1). Motion to recommend Rock County Land Conservation Committee approval of PACE application 2011-10-28.08.

(2). Motion to approve Agreement to Convey Property and Drainage Easement Maintenance Agreement. [Pond behind Ace Hardware.]

D. Public Safety Committee Report

E. Public Works Committee Report

F. Water & Light Committee Report

G. Economic Development Committee Report
(1). Update: bridge naming contest.

H. Redevelopment Authority Report

I. Parks and Recreation Board Report

J. Historic Preservation Commission Report

K. Fire District Report

L. Police Commission Report

M. Energy Independence Team Report

N. Library Board/Liaison Report

O. Board of Appeals Report

7. Unfinished Business
A. Second Reading and motion to approve Ordinance 2011-14 Designation of Snowmobile Routes. [Sponsors Wessels and Jacobson].

8. Communications and Recommendations from the Mayor
A. Update: Dennis Wessels resignation.

B. Motion to waive the seven-day notice on citizen appointments.

C. Motion to approve the Mayoral appointments of Ald. Jacobson as chair and Ald. Fuchs as committee member to the Public Safety Committee.

D. Motion to approve Resolution #2011-19, a Resolution Promoting Civil Public Discourse.

E. Discussion on legislative advocacy and lobbying.

9. Communications from the City Administrator
A. Discussion: personnel policies.

B. Update: Water & Light Superintendent.

C. Update: City Engineer.

10. New Business
A. First Reading of Ordinance 2011-17 Relative to Outdoor Storage in Light Industrial District [Sponsors Fuchs and Brooks]

11. Introduction of New Ordinances

12. Meeting Reminder:
A. Regular meeting, Tuesday, December 13, 2011, 6:30 pm.

13. Adjournment

Sandra J. Decker, Mayor

Requests for persons with disabilities who need assistance to participate in this meeting should be made to the Clerk’s office by calling 882-2266 with as much advance notice as possible.

Please turn off all cell phones while the meeting is in session. Thank you.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous6:25 AM

    Motion to approve Purchase of Services Agreement with Rock County Humane Society.---- I am curious as to what the details are with this arrangement. As we have called the Rock County Humane society with stray cats before and they have refused to take them saying they have taken all they will take from Evansville. I personally think the R.C.H.S. is awful in how it is run. So how much are we paying and are they putting a limit on how many animals from here they will take.

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