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00 11 13 - Advertisement for Bids SEALED BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the City of Appleton up to 1:45 PM. (C.S.T.) WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, 2021, in the office of the City Clerk, City Center Building, Sixth Floor, 100 North Appleton Street, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911. Bids will be opened at 2:05 p.m. in Committee Room "A". Bid envelope to: 1) identify project, 2) identify bidder, and 3) be marked "SEALED BID". Bid envelope not properly marked will be cause for rejection. PROJECT: RECONSTRUCTION OF PARKING LOT #3 AT APPLETON MEMORIAL PARK. Drawings and Specifications have been prepared by McMahon Associates, Attn: Ben Hamblin, PE. Work consists of 7334SY full depth asphalt pulverization, 7363SY asphaltic pavement installation, 600SY concrete flatwork installation, 1017LF curb and gutter installation, biofilter construction, lighting system removal and replacement, and landscaping. A pre-bid conference has been scheduled beginning at 11:00am on February 17th, 2021 at the project, site, located in Appleton Memorial Park at 1717 Witzke Blvd. Digital bidding documents may be procured on-line from Quest Construction Data Network. Bidders need to access the Quest CDN website at www.questcdn.com and follow the instructions. You may download a digital copy of the bidding documents (Quest eBidDoc #7554002) for a fee of $35.00. Any fees required will be the responsibility of the Bidder. Only digital bidding documents will be made available. Any bidder who downloads Bid Documents from Quest CDN will be put on a planholders list and will then automatically be emailed notification if/when project addenda are issued. No bid will be opened unless the "Bidders Proof of Responsibility" for 2021 is filed in the office of the City Clerk not later than FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH, 2021. 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: FRIDAY, JANUARY 29TH, 2021 KAMI LYNCH, City Clerk February 3, 10, 2021 WNAXLP


1300 CLEVELAND AVENUE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AFFECTING ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WAUSAU Notice is hereby given that a petition has been filed with the City of Wausau requesting that the following described property be rezoned from: MI, Medium Industrial Zoning District zoned portions of the following described property: SEC 35-29-7 PT OF SW1/4 SE1/4 DESD AS PCL (2) OF CSM VOL 29-114(7651) AND PCL (3) OF CSM VOL 21-134(5816) EX ROW @ DOC #1779786, MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 1300 CLEVELAND AVENUE be changed to MRL-12, Multi-Family Residential-12 Zoning District. Notice is hereby given that the Plan Commission will hear said petition at a public hearing to be held in the Common Council Chambers of Wausau City Hall, 407 Grant Street, at its meeting beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 16, 2021. Notice is also given that the Common Council is expected to consider the proposed rezoning at its first meeting in April, which is currently scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at which time final action on this petition may be taken. ?Please call the Clerk/Customer Service Office at 715-261-6620 to confirm the date and time of the Common Council meeting. February 25, 2021 Leslie Kremer, City Clerk Run: March 1, 8, 2021 WNAXLP


179798 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT PORTAGE COUNTY PEKIN INSURANCE COMPANY PO BOX 7695 APPLETON, WI 54912 Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT E. STEVENS JR 116 S. 17TH AVE., #119 WAUSAU, WI 54401-4227 Defendant. PUBLICATION SUMMONS Case No. 20CV292 Hon. THOMAS B. EAGON 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 February 24th 2021, 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 1516 Church St., Stevens Point, WI 54481, 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 22nd day of February, 2021. Jonathan D. McCollister (State Bar No. 1037740) Attorney for Plaintiff Heuer Law Offices, S.C. 9312 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 Phone: (414) 224-3500 Run: Feb. 24, Mar. 3, 10, 2021 WNAXLP


179901 PUBLICATION SUMMONS Small Claims Case Number 20SC4634 TIFFANY LYNN PETASEK 2036 PREBLE AVE #6 GREEN BAY, WI 54302 You are being sued by AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., S.I. in the Small Claims Court of BROWN County, 100 S. Jefferson St., Green Bay, WI 54305. A hearing will be held at 3:45 pm on March 10, 2021. If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of this claim has been mailed to you at the address above). Dated this 12th day of February, 2021 Jonathan D. McCollister, State Bar No. 1037740 Attorney for Plaintiff Heuer Law Offices, S.C. 9312 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 Phone: (414) 224-3500 Run: February 16, 2021 WNAXLP


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2020 LIQUOR LICENSES TOWN OF SARATOGA, WOOD COUNTY The following license application has been received by the Town of Saratoga for locations in the town. Class B Combination Beverage: Beer and Liquor The Junkyard Bar & Grill-Ronald Ebert, 7940 Pinehaven Court, Wisconsin Rapids for The Junkyard Bar & Grill located at 9047 Highway 13 S, Wisconsin Rapids Run: Feb. 8, 9, 10, 2021 WNAXLP


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A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEKOOSA WAS HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2021 AT 7:00 P.M. The Meeting was called to order by Mayor Daniel J. Carlson Brian Krubsack Mike Kumm Dan Downing Brad Hamilton Larry Krubsack Adam Buehring Kurtis Bredda Garett Kuhn Moved by Hamilton seconded by Kuhn to dispense with the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting. Carried TREASURER'S FINANCIAL REPORT GENERAL FUND JANUARY 2021 GENERAL TOTAL RECEIPTS 1-31-2021 1,553,748.25 BANK ERRORS 1-31-2021 122.57 1,553,870.82 BOOK BALANCE 12-31-2020 2,575,253.33 4,129,124.15 DISBURSEMENTS 1-31-2021 1,058,083.08 BOOK BALANCE 1-31-2021 3,071,041.07 OUTSTANDING CHECKS 1-31-2021 72,814.46 3,143,855.53 OUTSTANDING ACH 1-31-2021 2,240.86 BANK BALANCE 1-31-2021 3,141,614.67 WATER TOTAL RECEIPTS 1-31-2021 140,189.73 BOOK BALANCE 12-31-2020 1,392,011.18 1,532,200.91 DISBURSEMENTS 1-31-2021 70,689.45 BOOK BALANCE 1-31-2021 1,461,511.46 OUTSTANDING CHECKS 1-31-2021 3,708.08 1,465,219.54 OUTSTANDING ACH 1-31-2021 113.43 BOOK BALANCE 1-31-2021 1,465,106.11 LONG TERM INVESTMENT Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank CD #40532, Maturity 12 Months - $20,275.87 Owned jointly with the Town Of Port Edwards for the future closure of the landfill. Respectfully submitted, Bobbi Hertzberg Treasurer, City of Nekoosa Moved by L. Krubsack seconded by Kuhn to accept the Treasurer's Financial Report as written. Carried Mayor Carlson read a letter from Domtar-Nekoosa Mill for a $2,500 donation to the Nekoosa Area Senior Center Ways & Means A Ways and Means Committee meeting was held on Tuesday, February 9th, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were Adam Buehring; Chairman, Brian Krubsack; Secretary, Dan Downing and Garett Kuhn. Also in attendance were Mayor Dan Carlson, Larry Krubsack, Kurtis Bredda, Mike Kumm, Dale Cahak, and Ambulance Chief Joe Krcmar. 1. Recommend Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce Rendezvous in the Park 2021 for $600 2. Recommend table sponsor of $250 for 73rd Annual meeting & Awards Banquet 3. Discussed lot purchase on Brown Trout Court 4. Audit Bill List 5. License Applications 6. Donations / Seminars / Conferences / Equipment / Meetings Respectfully submitted Moved by Buehring Seconded by Hamilton that the Ways & Means Committee Report of February 9, 2021, be accepted as written. Carried Moved by Buehring Seconded by Hamilton that Items 1-2,4 of the Ways & Means Committee Report of February 9, 2021, be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried. Public Works To the Honorable Mayor and Members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Public Works Committee meeting was held on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 2021 at 5:00 p.m. in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were Larry Krubsack, Chairman, Kurtis Bredda, Secretary, Brad Hamilton {Via Zoom) and Adam Buehring. Also, in attendance were Mayor Dan Carlson, Dan Downing (Via Zoom) Garett Kuhn, Brian Krubsack, Michael Kumm, Rick Schmidt; DPW, Chief of Police Shawn Woods and Ambulance Chief Joe Krcmar. 1. Recommend USDA EAB Treatment Plan for Nekoosa be voted on by the full council. 2. Discussed Garbage/Refuse Truck Options. 3. Recommend Mapping Upgrades to Sanitary & Water 4. Discussed Wood Avenue Sewer and Water Service Laterals & 5. Private Lead Service Line Program 6. Discussed City Hall Sidewalk/Parking Lot Project 7. Recommend sending four to the Confined Spaces Training March 91h and May 18, 2021. Respectfully submitted Moved by L. Krubsack Seconded by Hamilton that the Public Works Committee Report of February 2, 2021, be accepted as written. Carried Moved by L. Krubsack Seconded by Hamilton that Items 3 & 7 of the Public Works Committee Report of February 2, 2021, be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried. Moved by Hamilton Seconded by L. Krubsack that Item 1 of the Public Works Committee Report of February 2, 2021 be denied. Roll Call Vote: 6 Ayes, 2 Nays. (Kumm & Kuhn) Carried. Public Safety To the Honorable Mayor and Members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Public Safety meeting was held on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 7:15 p.m. in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were Kurtis Bredda Chairperson, Larry Krubsack Secretary, Garett Kuhn, Mike Kumm. Also in attendance were: Brian Krubsack, Mayor Dan Carlson, Adam Buehring, Ambulance Chief Joe Krcmar, Fire Chief Mike Hartje, Asst. Fire Chief Dave Rheinschmidt, Joe Keyzer, Police Chief Shawn Woods & Dan Downing (Via Zoom). 1. Discussed Ambulance Staffing. 2. Recommend hiring Ben Sheppard, Jocelyn Holtz and Robbi Slothower to the Ambulance Dept. 3. Discussed state of current Ambulance Fleet. 4. Recommend Fire Dept. purchase 36 SCBA bottles for Fire Department for approximately $20,000. 5. Discussed Ambulance Contracts Respectfully submitted Moved by Bredda Seconded by Kuhn that the Public Safety Committee Report of February 2, 2021, be accepted as written. Carried. Moved by Bredda Seconded by Hamilton that Items 2 & 4 of the Public Safety Committee Report of February 2, 2021, be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried. Property Recreation & Human Affairs To the Honorable Mayor and Members of the Nekoosa Common Council: A Property Recreation & Human Affairs Committee meeting was held on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the Nekoosa Council Chambers. Members present were Brian Krubsack, Chairman, Dan Downing (Via Zoom), Garett Kuhn, and Michael Kumm. Also, in attendance were Mayor Dan Carlson, Kurtis Bredda, Larry Krubsack, Adam Buehring, Rick Schmidt; DPW, Chief of Police Shawn Woods, Ambulance Chief Joe Krcmar, Diane Nickel, Jim Nickel, Pam Piatrowski, & Bret Salscheider. 1. Discussed Diane and Jim Nickel Property (Zoom meeting) 2. Recommend the sale of Vacant Lot -307 1st Street to Brandon Jacoby for $4400. 3. Discussed Casey Schroeder street vacation. 4. Recommend funding Nekoosa Recreation Program/SWC YMCA/Nekoosa school District at $1550. 5. Discussed Nekoosa Nature Trails; Trail connections; Asphalt Bike Path. 6. Discussed Surveillance Camera Project. Respectfully submitted Moved by B. Krubsack Seconded by Hamilton that the Property Recreation & Human Affairs Committee Report of February 2, 2021, be accepted as written. Carried Moved by B. Krubsack Seconded by Kuhn that Items 2 & 4 of the Property Recreation & Human Affairs Committee Report of February 2, 2021 be adopted for action. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried. Moved by Hamilton Seconded by Kuhn to accept the Department Head's monthly reports as written. Carried General Disbursement 269,748.75 Water/Sewer Disbursement 16,161.25 Moved by Hamilton Seconded by Kuhn to pay all bills as written and read. Roll Call Vote: 8 Ayes, 0 Nays. Carried Moved by Hamilton Seconded by L. Krubsasck to adjourn. Carried Respectfully Submitted Joseph M. Rusch II City Clerk Run: February 17, 2021 WNAXLP


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According to Wisconsin Administrative Code NR 107.04 (3), the WI DNR Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation and the WI DNR Bureau of Wildlife Management is announcing the proposal to treat (84 acres) at Holland Wildlife Area with aquatic herbicides for non-native buckthorn late winter/early spring 2021, and for non-native Phragmites fall 2021. Applications will consist of cut-stump treatments and foliar spot treatments within the proposed acres. Broadcast applications will not be utilized. The public may request that the applicant hold an informational meeting on this proposed application within five days of publication of this ad. Northeast Region State Natural Area Crew (920) 360-3139 Northeast Region Wildlife Management (920) 662-5139 Run: February 6, 2021 WNAXLP


ADAMS COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION OF MINING OPERATIONS Mathy Corporation will be conducting mining operations at the Seven Sisters Quarry that is located in the Town of Rome & Town of Leola in Adams County, starting no earlier than March 15, 2021. Hours of operations are in accordance with the Operating Agreement between Mathy Corporation and Adams County Highway Department. Should you have any questions concerning this operation please contact Patrick Kotlowski Highway Commissioner at (608) 339-3355. Patrick Kotlowski Highway Commissioner Run: February 27, 2021 WNAXLP


ADOPTED ORDINANCES At the regular meeting of the Green Bay Common Council held on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 the following ordinances were adopted. The ordinances in their entirety may be obtained at the City Clerk's Office, 100 N. Jefferson Street, Green Bay, WI. General Ordinance No. 01-21 An ordinance amending Section 29.208, Green Bay Municipal Code, relating to parking regulations. General Ordinance No. 02-21 An ordinance amending Section 29.307, Green Bay Municipal Code, relating to traffic regulations. Celestine Jeffreys Green Bay City Clerk Feb. 19, 2021 WNAXLP


ADOPTED ORDINANCES At the regular meeting of the Green Bay Common Council held on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 the following ordinances were adopted. The ordinances in their entirety may be obtained at the City Clerk's Office, 100 N. Jefferson Street, Green Bay, WI. Zoning Ordinance No. 01-21 An Ordinance amending Zoning Ordinance No. 38-79 for the Planned Unit Commercial Development at 2350 East Mason Street (East Town Mall). General Ordinance 03-21 An ordinance amending General Ordinance 41-20 relating to required face coverings. Celestine Jeffreys Green Bay City Clerk February 5, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID PROPOSALS CITY OF STURGEON BAY Notice is hereby given that the City of Sturgeon Bay will receive sealed bid proposals for Project 2102 Residential Building Demolitions at the office of the City Clerk: 421 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 until 10:00 AM on March 9, 2021 at which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. This project includes furnishing all materials, equipment, and labor necessary to complete the demolition and site restoration of residential properties at 212 W Locust Street and 1048 Egg Harbor Road in the City of Sturgeon Bay. A pre-bid meeting to examine the project sites will be held on Monday February 22, 2021 at 10:00 AM. This project can begin any time after completion of the Contract Documents and is to be completed by September 3, 2021. The Contract Documents (including plans and specifications) are on file and may be examined and obtained at City Hall: 421 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 or by contacting the Municipal Services Director at (920) 495-0316. The City of Sturgeon Bay reserves the right to reject any or all bid proposals or accept the bid proposal most advantageous to the City. No bid proposal shall be withdrawn without the consent of the Common Council for a period of thirty (30) days after the scheduled time of closing bid proposals. Bonding will not be required; however, no bid proposal will be received unless accompanied by a bid security (in the form of a certified check payable to the City of Sturgeon Bay) equal to at least 5% (five percent) of the bid proposal as a guarantee, and if their bid proposal is accepted, the Contractor will execute and file the Contract forming a part of the specifications within 10 (ten) days after the award of the Contract. Prevailing wage rates are not required for this project. Mike Barker Municipal Services Director Run: Feb. 17, 24, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CLEANING, REPAIRING, & PAINTING 3,000,000-GALLON GROUND STORAGE RESERVOIR HUME RESERVOIR MARSHFIELD UTILITIES MARSHFIELD, WISCONSIN MARSHFIELD UTILITIES JOB NO.:5832 KLM PROJECT NO.: MN3177 FEBRUARY 2021 MANDATORY PRE-BID DATE: FEBRUARY 11, 2021 BID OPEN DATE: FEBRUARY 25, 2021 A mandatory pre-bid conference call will be held at 10:00 AM CST on February 11, 2021 to discuss the scope of the project with the Owner's representatives, Engineer, and prospective bidders. An on-site visit can be arranged for bidders by contacting the Project Engineer at the number listed on the Title Page. Attendance by prospective bidders or their designated representatives at the pre-bid conference is a pre-requisite to bidding the project. Conference call information is as follows: Number 1-612-351-3093 Access Code 434056 An Affidavit of Attendance will be provided by email after the pre-bid conference call to those that attended. This Affidavit must be signed by the contractor and included with the submitted bid proposal in order to be considered a responsible bidder. The Owner will receive sealed bids for the furnishing of all, labor, materials, and equipment necessary for the project until 2:00 PM CST, February 25, 2020 at Marshfield Utilities Building, 2000 South Central Avenue, City of Marshfield, Wisconsin, 54449. Bid openings will be conducted by ZOOM. Bidders may call the teleconference number: +1 312 626 6799 Meeting ID: 842 7600 5678 to hear the bid results announced. NO IN-PERSON BID OPENING WILL BE ALLOWED DUE TO THE COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS. Bids shall be marked as to indicate: Name of Bidder; Date and Time of Bid Opening; Proposal for Cleaning, Repairing, & Painting 3,000,000-Gallon Ground Storage Reservoir; Hume Reservoir. Marshfield Utilities Job Order 5832; KLM Project No. MN3177 Plans and Specifications are available at www.Questcdn.com. You may download the documents for $30.00 by inputting Quest project #7463253. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance with registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. All costs for either electronic or paper copies are NON-REFUNDABLE. All costs associated with the preparation of the bid are to be borne by the bidder. For any bidding questions, please contact Jerry Tell, P.E. at KLM Engineering, Inc., 1976 Wooddale Drive, Suite 4, Woodbury, MN 55125, Phone 651-773-5111. No bid will be considered unless sealed, filed with Nicolas Kumm, General Manager, and accompanied by bid bond or cashier's check payable to the Marshfield Utilities, Marshfield, Wisconsin in the sum of at least five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid, such bid bond or check to be forfeited to the Marshfield Utilities in the event that the successful bidder fails to enter into a contract awarded to them in accordance with the terms of their bid, or fails to furnish bond as provided by law, within ten (10) days after the award becomes final. The Marshfield Utilities Commission reserves the right to reject any or all bids, waive minor irregularities or errors if it appears that such were made inadvertently, or to accept such bids as, in the opinion of the Marshfield Utilities Commission, will be to the best interest of Marshfield Utilities. Award of Work described herein is subject to the provisions of the Wisconsin Statutes. Run: Feb. 4, 11, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS DARBOY JOINT SANITARY DISTRICT NO. 1 Calumet & Outagamie Counties, Wisconsin OWNER - The Darboy Joint Sanitary District No. 1 acting through its Commission, hereby gives notice that sealed Bids will be received in the Sanitary District Office for the following described project. PROJECT The work shall consist of reconstruction of approximately 1,750 linear feet of 8-inch water main and 800 linear feet of 12-inch water main, including approximately 2,000 linear feet of water services. Additional work includes hydrant replacements, sanitary sewer manhole adjustments and reconstructions and lawn turf restoration along Creekview Lane in the Town of Buchanan/Village of Kimberly. Bids will be received on the following Contract(s): Contract No. D0001-09-21-00196 CREEKVIEW LANE WATER MAIN RECONSTRUCTION TIME Sealed Bids will be received until 9:00 a.m., local time, on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, in the Sanitary District Office, at which time and place all Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. BIDS All Bids shall be addressed to Mr. George Schmidt, President, Darboy Joint Sanitary District No. 1, N398 CTH N, Appleton, WI, 54915. Bids shall be sealed and shall have the name and address of the Bidder and the Contract for which the Bid is being submitted on the outside of the envelope. All Bidders shall Bid in accord¬ance with and upon the Bid Forms included in the Contract Documents. EXAMINATION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS The Project Documents are on file for inspection at the offices of McMahon Associates, Inc., 1445 McMahon Drive, Neenah, Wisconsin 54956. PROCUREMENT OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS In order to be a 'Plan Holder' or 'Bidder', each firm or organization shall either download Bidding Documents from the McMahon Associates, Inc. website (www.mcmgrp.com) utilizing QuestCDN eBidDocTM or by obtaining a hard copy as designated in this Advertisement For Bids. Complete digital Bidding Documents are available at www.mcmgrp.com or www.questcdn.com. Digital Bidding Documents may be downloaded for a non-refundable $35.00 by inputting Quest Project No. 7585805 on the website's Project Search page. Contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. An optional 'paper' set of Bidding Documents is also available for a non-refundable $60.00 (approximate cost) plus applicable sales tax and shipping. Contact Blue Print Service Company for more information on paper Bidding Documents and payment options available. Full-size Drawings are available upon request at an additional cost. Neither the Owner nor McMahon Associates, Inc. shall be held responsible for the scale of downloaded Drawings. Printed Drawings obtained from Blue Print Service Company shall be considered to be scalable. Blue Print Service Company 2350 West Pershing Street; Suite A Appleton, WI 54914 920-733-4539 - Telephone 920-733-1438 - Fax bps@blueprintservice.com - Email Blue Print Service Company 2201 South Oneida Street, Suite 8 Green Bay, WI 54304 920-494-4539 - Telephone 920-494-4551 - Fax bps@blueprintservice.com - Email BID SECURITY No Bid shall be received unless accompanied by a Certified Check or satisfactory Bid Bond payable to the Darboy Joint Sanitary District No. 1 in an amount not less than 5% of the maximum Bid as a guaran¬tee that, if the Bid is accepted, the Bidder will execute and file the Contract, Performance/Payment Bonds, and Insurance Certifica¬tion, as required by the Contract Documents, within 15-days after the Notice of Award. BID REJECTION The OWNER reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, waive any informalities in Bidding or to accept the Bid or Bids which best serves the interests of the Darboy Joint Sanitary District No. 1. WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS No Bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60-days after the scheduled opening without the consent of the OWNER. GOVERNING LAWS & REGULATIONS The Contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 66.0901, 66.0903 and 779.14 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Published by the authority of the Darboy Joint Sanitary District No. 1, acting through its Commission. DARBOY JOINT SANITARY DISTRICT NO. 1 Calumet & Outagamie Counties, Wisconsin George Schmidt, President Run: FEB. 16, 23, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS OWNER The Oneida Nation herby gives notice that sealed bids will be received in the Engineering Department, Little Bear Development Center, N7332 Water Circle Place, Oneida WI. 54155 for the following described project. PROJECT Elder Village Cottages Phase III - Work consists of up to 8 freestanding houses of three designs. The houses are slab on grade wood frame construction, interior finishes, HVAC, and electrical. Site grading, driveways, pathways, and landscaping are included in the work. A complete description of the scope of work is noted in the Contract Documents. PROCUREMENT OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Only an Adobe Acrobat® electronic format digital file will be available and can be e-mailed upon request to the Project Manager, contact: Kevin House Project Manager Telephone: 920-869-4545 E-mail: khouse6@oneidanation.org INDIAN PREFERENCE To the greatest extent feasible, the Oneida Nation shall give preference in the award of contracts to certified Indian Organizations and certified Indian Owned companies. Any contract awarded under this advertisement shall conform to the Oneida Nation's Indian Preference in Contracting law. SUBMITTAL DEADLINE The deadline for submitting sealed bids to the Engineering Department is noted in the contract documents and is: until 2:00 p.m., local time, on March 11, 2021. Due to the on-going pandemic, the Engineering Office is closed to the public. No mailed bids will be accepted. In person delivery of bids will be accepted by a Tribal appointed person waiting outside of the Little Bear Development Center between 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM on the bid due date. Bids will be publicly opened by the OWNER and read aloud via a Microsoft Teams meeting at 2:05 PM on March 11, 2021. All plan holders will be emailed a meeting link one day prior to bid opening. Non-plan holders can request a meeting link by emailing Kevin House at khouse6@oneidanation.org. Each bidder must deposit, with his bid, security in the amount of 5% of his bid in accordance with the conditions provided in the Instructions to Bidders. No bid shall be withdrawn after the opening of bids without the consent of the OWNER for a period of ninety (90) days from the bid closing date. A firm fixed-price contract award will be made to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder(s) for each contract: Contract 1 thru 4, or Contract 5. Performance and Payment Bonds are required. The contract shall be subject to Davis Bacon Federal Prevailing Wages. The awarded contractors will be required to obtain an Oneida Vendors License, if firm does not currently hold a license. Published by the authority of the Oneida Nation. Run: Feb. 8 & 10, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS OWNER The Oneida Nation herby gives notice that sealed bids will be received in the Engineering Department, Little Bear Development Center, N7332 Water Circle Place, Oneida WI. 54155 for the following described project. PROJECT Elder Village Cottages Phase III - Work consists of up to 8 freestanding houses of three designs. The houses are slab on grade wood frame construction, interior finishes, HVAC, and electrical. Site grading, driveways, pathways, and landscaping are included in the work. A complete description of the scope of work is noted in the Contract Documents. PROCUREMENT OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Only an Adobe Acrobat® electronic format digital file will be available and can be e-mailed upon request to the Project Manager, contact: Kevin House Project Manager Telephone: 920-869-4545 E-mail: khouse6@oneidanation.org INDIAN PREFERENCE To the greatest extent feasible, the Oneida Nation shall give preference in the award of contracts to certified Indian Organizations and certified Indian Owned companies. Any contract awarded under this advertisement shall conform to the Oneida Nation's Indian Preference in Contracting law. SUBMITTAL DEADLINE The deadline for submitting sealed bids to the Engineering Department is noted in the contract documents and is: until 2:00 p.m., local time, on March 11, 2021. Due to the on-going pandemic, the Engineering Office is closed to the public. No mailed bids will be accepted. In person delivery of bids will be accepted by a Tribal appointed person waiting outside of the Little Bear Development Center between 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM on the bid due date. Bids will be publicly opened by the OWNER and read aloud via a Microsoft Teams meeting at 2:05 PM on March 11, 2021. All plan holders will be emailed a meeting link one day prior to bid opening. Non-plan holders can request a meeting link by emailing Kevin House at khouse6@oneidanation.org. Each bidder must deposit, with his bid, security in the amount of 5% of his bid in accordance with the conditions provided in the Instructions to Bidders. No bid shall be withdrawn after the opening of bids without the consent of the OWNER for a period of ninety (90) days from the bid closing date. A firm fixed-price contract award will be made to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder(s) for each contract: Contract 1 thru 4, or Contract 5. Performance and Payment Bonds are required. The contract shall be subject to Davis Bacon Federal Prevailing Wages. The awarded contractors will be required to obtain an Oneida Vendors License, if firm does not currently hold a license. Published by the authority of the Oneida Nation. Run: Feb. 8 & 10, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT: CTH C Bridge Over Kewaunee River, B-31-32 CTH C Kewaunee County BID DEADLINE: March 11, 2021 1:00 PM, Local Time NOTICE Sealed bid proposals for the above project will be received by Todd Every, Kewaunee County Commissioner until the Bid Deadline. Bid proposals must be submitted in electronic format through Quest vBid. Immediately after the Bid Deadline, the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud, online through electronic means. The bid opening for this project will be conducted using Microsoft Teams. Bidders and other interested parties may call the teleconference number: (715) 318-5006, conference ID: 908518486#, on the day of the bids to hear bids results announced. The teleconference line will be open 15 minutes before bids are due. Bids will be opened after the bid deadline. No in-person attendance at the bid opening will be possible. In general, the project consists of removing asphaltic surface, concrete masonry bridges, bar steel reinforcement, preparation bridge decks, cleaning decks, concrete surface repair, concrete masonry overlay decks, erosion control, and all incidental items necessary to complete the work as shown on the plans and included in the proposal and contract.A formal pre-bid meeting to examine the site will not be held. The site may be viewed at the contractor's convenience.A single prime bid will be received for the work. BID SECURITY Bids must be accompanied by bid security in the amount of 5% of the maximum bid amount. Bid and bid security may not be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the Bid Deadline. Bid security will be retained if the Bidder is awarded the Work and fails to execute the Contract and furnish 100% Performance and Payment Bonds. PROJECT FUNDING This project is receiving funding under the Local Roads Improvement Program. QUALIFICATIONS Bidders shall be experienced in this type of work and shall complete the Statement of Bidder's Qualifications bound with the proposal. The Statement of Bidder's Qualifications, if completed, shall be returned with the proposal. If you are prequalified with the Wis. Dept. of Transportation for work in the class and amount of your bid, a Statement of Bidder's Qualifications is not required. RIGHTS RESERVED Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities in any bid. Page 2 of 2 BIDDING DOCUMENTS Bidding documents may be obtained in PDF electronic format by download from the Quest Construction Data Network website, accessible via www.AyresAssociates.com by clicking on the "Bidding" link, for a non-refundable fee of $45.00. Published by authority of: Todd Every, Kewaunee County Highway Commissioner 2/25 3/4/2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2021 Street Improvements Package 1 Georgia Ave. & S. 10th St. Bid No. 2451-21 Owner and Work: The City of Sheboygan and the Sheboygan Water Utility hereby give notice that sealed public bids will be received for 2021 Street Improvements Package 1, Georgia Ave. & S. 10th St. The majority work of this contract is generally described as follows: 22,000 SY of Asphalt Milling, 5,300 Tons of Asphalt Pavement, 5,340 SY of Concrete Pavement/Base, 6,200 LF of Sewer Lining (10-inch to 24-inch), 10 Inlet Relocations, 13,000 SF of Concrete Sidewalk, 2,400 LF of Curb and Gutter Signalized intersection, 3,100 LF of Water Main, 12-inch, 370 LF of Water Main, 6, 8 and 10-inch, 21 Each Water Main Valves, 6, 8 and 12-inch, 5 Each Fire Hydrants. Time and Place of Bid Opening: Bids will be received until 10:00 AM Local Time on Tuesday, February 23, 2021. Bids will be received using the QuestCDN vBid website. No Paper bids will be accepted. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. To access the bid form, download the project documents and select the online bidding button on the online advertisement. As soon as practical, after said closing time, all bids will be opened online and a summary of the bids will be available. A public opening will be held at the Municipal Services Building located at 2026 New Jersey Avenue, Sheboygan, WI. Bidding Documents: Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for a non-refundable fee of $30 from the QuestCDN Website. Quest eBidDoc Number for this project is: 7523396 QuestCDN: Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdninfo.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, bidding and working with this digital project information. Pre-Bid Qualification: All bidders shall be required to file or have on file a valid Bidder's Proof of Responsibility form with the Engineering Division, City of Sheboygan, not less than five (5) days prior to the time of opening of these bids. Only bidders who have demonstrated their qualifications to perform the work will be permitted to bid. Forms are included in the proposed contract documents. Bid Security: A satisfactory Bid Bond, payable to the City of Sheboygan, WI, in an amount not less than five (5%) percent of the bid. Wage Rates: State and Federal Funds are being used on this project. This project is not subject to State of Wisconsin Wage Rates but is subject to Federal Wage Rates. Contractors are required to conform to the wage requirements prescribed by the federal Davis-Bacon and Related Acts, which requires that all laborers and mechanics employed by contractors and subcontractors performing on projects funded in whole or in part with federal assistance to be paid wages not less than the locally prevailing rates, as determined by the U.S. Department of Labor. Copies of the federal wage rate determination will be on file at the addresses listed for inspecting Bidding Documents and will be included in the Contract Documents Attention of bidders is also called to the fact that the successful bidder must insure the employees are applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of their race, color, sex, religion or national origin. The attention of the bidders is particularly called to the Federal requirements for equal opportunity (Executive Order 11246, Segregated Facilities, Section 109 and Section 3) and the conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract. Legal Provisions: This contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Section 62.15, 66.0901, and 779.15 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Ryan J. Sazama, P.E., A.I.A. City Engineer Run: February 9, 16, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS GREEN BAY METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT DE PERE FACILITY TERTIARY FILTRATION AND SERVICE WATER IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT DE PERE, WISCONSIN Electronic Bids for the construction of the De Pere Facility Tertiary Filtration and Service Water Improvements Project will be received by the Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District, Green Bay, Wisconsin, thru QuestCDN.com via their electronic VirtuBidTM online service until 10:00 a.m., Local Time on the 16th day of March 2021. A virtual bid opening will be hosted using online meeting presentation software. Information to join the bid opening will be provided to the plan-holders list. The Project consists of: Upgrading the existing tertiary sand filtration system with disc filters, upgrading and replacing the facility service water system, and replacing the secondary scum pumps and piping. The project includes site work, yard piping, structural, process piping and equipment, plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, electrical, and instrumentation and control. Complete digital project bidding documents are ONLY available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $15 by inputting Quest project #7310740 on the website's Project Search page. Prospective Bidders must download the documents from QuestCDN to allow access to the vBid online bidding system. Paper sets of project documents will not be made available. Bidders will be charged a fee of $30 to submit a Bid electronically. Bids will ONLY be received electronically via the online bid service through QuestCDN.com. 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. Paper sets of project documents will not be made available. Questions regarding the bid documents should be directed to Donohue & Associates attention: Ryan Holzem, PE (Telephone 920-803-7335, email rholzem@donohue-associates.com). PREQUALIFICATION: Bidders and electrical and mechanical subcontractors must have been prequalified by Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District. Bids received from Bidders who have not been prequalified by Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District or prequalified Bidders listing subcontractors who have not been prequalified will not be considered and their bids returned. The following bidders and subcontractors have been prequalified by Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District: General Contractors 1 C.D. Smith Construction: 125 Camelot Drive, P.O. Box 1006, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 920-924-2900 Robert Seibel 2 J.F. Ahern Co.: 855 Morris St., Fond du Lac, WI 54935 920-907-5536 John Paap 3 Miron Construction Co., Inc.: 1471 McMahon Dr., Neenah, WI, 54956 920-969-7000 Dean J. Basten 4 Staab Construction Corporation: 1800 Laemle Ave., Marshfield, WI, 54449 715-387-8429 Ron Twardowski Mechanical Contractors 1 August Winter & Sons, Inc.: 2323 N. Roemer Rd, P.O Box 1896, Appleton, WI, 54911 920-824-3460 Kurt Van Grinsven 2 Great Lakes Mechanical, Inc.: N962 Tower View Drive, Greenville, WI, 54942 920-257-2169 Nick Johnson Electrical Contractors 1 Van Ert Electric: 7019 Stewart Ave., Wausau, WI, 54401 715-427-7131 Rick Franzke 2 Northern Electric, Inc.: 314 N. Danz Ave., Green Bay, WI, 54302 920-468-6000 Jim Conrad 3 PieperPower: 5477 S. Westridge Court, New Berlin, WI, 53151 414-462-7700 Justin Curler 4 Altmeyer Electric: 827 S. 21st St., Sheboygan, WI, 53081 920-458-3406 Elise Faucett LEGAL PROVISIONS: The Contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 60.77, 66.0901, and 779.15 of the Wisconsin statutes. USE OF AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL: This project is being partially funded by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund which requires that all "iron and steel products" used for a project for the construction, alteration, maintenance, or repair of a public water system or treatment works are produced in the United States. "Iron and Steel products" means the following products made primarily of iron or steel: lined or unlined pipes and fittings, manhole covers and other municipal castings, hydrants, tanks, flanges, pipe clamps and restraints, valves, structural steel, conduit, reinforced precast concrete, and construction materials. The Contractor shall comply with the American Iron and Steel (AIS) requirements of the Clean Water Act, Section 608, as amended by the Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014. WAGE RATES: Contractor shall be required to pay not less than the prevailing wage rates on the Project as established by the United States Department of Labor and State of Wisconsin, Department of Workforce Development. Copies of these wage rates are incorporated in the Contract Documents. AWARD OF CONTRACT: Any Contract or Contracts awarded under this Advertisement for Bids are expected to be funded in part by a loan from the Wisconsin Clean Water Fund. Neither the United States EPA, the Wisconsin DNR, nor agencies or employees is or will be a party to this Advertisement for Bids or any resulting contract. Any contract(s) awarded under this Advertisement for Bids must demonstrate positive efforts to utilize small, woman owned, and minority owned businesses. Disadvantaged business enterprises are encouraged to submit bids. The Contract shall be subject to the applicable compliance standards and procedures for Equal Employment Opportunity under EPA Contracts and EPA Assisted Construction Contracts. VIRTUAL PRE-BID CONFERENCE: A virtual pre-bid conference will be held prior to the Bid opening on February 17, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. to familiarize Bidders with this Project. The virtual meeting information follows: Zoom Virtual Meeting https://donohue-associates.zoom.us/j/99767798772?pwd=eFR2V2NHZGtVQ2pDN0hRYjhySjNLUT09 Meeting ID: 997 6779 8772 Passcode: 974920 One tap mobile +13017158592,,99767798772# US (Washington DC) +13126266799,,99767798772# US (Chicago) Dial by your location +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose) Meeting ID: 997 6779 8772 Find your local number: https://donohue-associates.zoom.us/u/ab75MiTG1M BID SECURITY: Bid Security in the amount of not less than 5% of the Bid shall accompany each Bid in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. CONTRACT SECURITY: The Bidder to whom a Contract is awarded shall furnish a Performance Bond and a Payment Bond each in an amount equal to the Contract Price. BID REJECTION/ACCEPTANCE: The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, waive informalities in bidding, or to accept the Bid or Bids, which best serves the interests of the Owner. BID WITHDRAWAL: No Bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the scheduled opening of the bids without the consent of Owner. Published by authority of the Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District, Green Bay, Wisconsin. By: Thomas W. Sigmund, P.E., Executive Director Donohue & Associates, Inc. Sheboygan, Wisconsin Runs: Feb. 11, 18, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS MARATHON COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 1430 West Street Wausau, Wisconsin 54401 Sealed bids will be accepted by the Marathon County Highway Department at the address above until 10:00 am, Monday, March 8, 2021. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. ONE QUAD AXLE TANKER TRUCK CHASSIS ONE QUAD AXLE PATROL TRUCK CHASSIS ONE SINGLE AXLE PATROL TRUCK CHASSIS Bid information is available at: http://www.co.marathon.wi.us/Departments/HighwayDepartment/BiddingInformation.aspx or the Marathon County Highway Department office. Any questions should be directed to John St. Onge at 715-261-1812. The General Code of the County of Marathon contains various procurement policies which are applicable to this proposed procurement. These include prohibitions against gratuities and kickbacks. JOHN ST. ONGE PURCHASING AGENT Run: February 22, March 1, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS MARATHON COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 1430 West Street Wausau, Wisconsin 54401 Sealed bids will be accepted by the Marathon County Highway Department at the address above until, February 17, 2021 up to time as indicated below. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. CONCRETE BOX CULVERTS - 10:00 A.M. Contractors bidding on the work are required to pay wage rates in accordance with the bidding documents. Bids are for designing, manufacturing and delivering precast concrete box culverts materials. Bids do not include installation. Bid information is available at: http://www.co.marathon.wi.us/Departments/HighwayDepartment/BiddingInformation.aspx or the Marathon County Highway Department office. Any questions should be directed to John St. Onge at 715-261-1812. The General Code of the County of Marathon contains various procurement policies which are applicable to this proposed procurement. These include prohibitions against gratuities and kickbacks. Run: Feb. 3, 10, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS MARY HILL PARK, EMPIRE SANITARY DISTRICT NO. 2 SANITARY SEWER RELOCATION CITY OF FOND DU LAC, FOND DU LAC COUNTY, WISCONSIN Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals for the following WORK will be received on behalf of Empire Sanitary District No. 2 until 10:00 A.M., March 10, 2021 at the offices of J.E. Arthur and Associates, Inc., at which time and place such proposals will be publicly opened and read. Action on the award is expected to be taken at a special Sanitary District meeting scheduled for March 10, 2021 immediately following the bid opening. Principal items of construction include: 1. 403 L.F. 8" PVC Sanitary Sewer 2. 33 V.F. 4' Diameter Sanitary Manhole 3. 3 Ea. Abandon Sanitary Manhole The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, including DRAWINGS and SPECIFICATIONS, may be obtained at the offices of J.E. Arthur and Associates, Inc., 548 Prairie Road, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935, upon the deposit of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for plans and specification book each set. If CONTRACT DOCUMENTS are to be mailed, include a separate, non-returnable fee of $15.00 for postage and handling charges. The deposit will be refunded to those parties returning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, including DRAWINGS and SPECIFICATIONS, in good condition not later than ten days after the opening of the BIDS. Alternately, the BIDDING DOCUMENTS can be emailed in pdf format free of charge. Each proposal shall be submitted on the standard proposal form included in the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. The entire CONTRACT DOCUMENTS shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope and endorsed on the outside: "MARY HILL PARK SANITARY SEWER RELOCATION." Each proposal will be accompanied by a certified check or bank draft payable to the Sanitary District, or a satisfactory BID BOND in an amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the BID as a guarantee that if the proposal is accepted, a CONTRACT will be entered into and the performance of the CONTRACT is properly secured. The letting of the above-described WORK is subject to the provisions of Section 66.0901 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The successful BIDDER will be required to furnish a satisfactory PERFORMANCE BOND in the sum of the full amount of the CONTRACT(S). No BID shall be withdrawn after the opening of BIDS without the consent of the District for a period of forty-five (45) days after the scheduled time of closing BIDS. The District reserves the right to reject any or all BIDS, to waive any informalities in bidding and select the BIDS that will best serve the interests of the District. Published by authority of the Town of Empire Sanitary District No. 2 on February 17 and 24, 2021. Jim Reams, Clerk-Treasurer Run: Feb. 17, 24, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT: Green Isle Park Paving - Roadway Village of Allouez February 2021 BID DEADLINE: February 18, 2021 10:00 a.m., Local Time NOTICE Sealed bids for the above project will be received by the Village of Allouez at Village Hall located at 1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301 until the Bid Deadline. Immediately thereafter, the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. In general, the project involves the complete reconstruction of Greene Avenue through Green Isle Park in the Village of Allouez. Work includes excavation, grading, asphaltic surface paving, and related items. A formal pre-bid meeting to examine the site will not be held. Contractor may view the site at their convenience. A single prime bid will be received for the work. BID SECURITY Bids must be accompanied by bid security in the amount of 5% of the maximum bid amount. Bid and bid security may not be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the Bid Deadline. Bid security will be retained if the Bidder is awarded the Work and fails to execute the Agreement and furnish 100% Performance and Payment Bonds. QUALIFICATIONS If requested, the apparent low bidder will be required to submit evidence of qualifications to the Owner prior to award of contract. RIGHTS RESERVED Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities in any bid. BIDDING DOCUMENTS Bidding documents may be obtained in PDF electronic format by download from the Quest Construction Data Network website, accessible via www.AyresAssociates.com by clicking on the "Bidding" link, for a non-refundable fee of $30.00. Bidding documents will be available February 4, 2021. Published by authority of: Village of Allouez Run: February 4, 11, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT: Macco Road Culvert Replacement Town of Red River BID DEADLINE: March 1, 2021 2:00 p.m., Local Time NOTICE Sealed bids for the above project will be received by the Town of Red River until the Bid Deadline. Immediately thereafter, the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud, online through electronic means. Bids must be submitted in electronic format through Quest vBid. The bid opening for this project will be conducted using Microsoft Teams. Bidders and other interested parties may call the teleconference number: (715) 318-5006, conference ID: 336924749#, on the day of the bids to hear bids results announced. The teleconference line will be open 15 minutes before bids are due. Bids will be opened after the bid deadline. No in-person attendance at the bid opening will be possible. In general, the project consists of the removal of triple CMP arch culverts, excavation, installation of aluminum box culvert with concrete headwalls and wingwalls, backfilling, filling, grading, erosion control, riprap, stream restoration, roadway restoration, and associated items. No pre-bid meeting will be held. A single prime bid will be received for the work. BID SECURITY Bids must be accompanied by bid security in the amount of 5% of the maximum bid amount. Bid and bid security may not be withdrawn for a period of 45 days after the Bid Deadline. Bid security will be retained if the Bidder is awarded the Work and fails to execute the Agreement and furnish 100% Performance and Payment Bonds. PROJECT FUNDING This project is funded in part by Town Road Improvement Discretionary (TRID) Program. QUALIFICATIONS Bidders shall submit a Statement of Bidder's Qualifications with their bid. RIGHTS RESERVED Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities in any bid. BIDDING DOCUMENTS Bidding documents may be obtained in PDF electronic format by download from the Quest Construction Data Network website, accessible via www.AyresAssociates.com by clicking on the "Bidding" link, for a non-refundable fee of $45.00. Published by authority of: Town of Red River Runs: Feb. 15, 22, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT: Water Tower Paint Rehabilitation Village of Suamico BID DEADLINE: February 25, 2021 10:00 a.m., Local Time NOTICE Sealed bids for the above project will be received by Village of Suamico until the Bid Deadline. Bids shall be submitted in electronic format through Quest vBid. Immediately after the Bid Deadline, bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the Village of Suamico's Municipal Service Center located at 12781 Velp Avenue, Suamico WI. The bid opening for this project will be conducted using Microsoft Teams. Bidders and other interested parties may call the teleconference number: (715) 318-5006, conference ID: 546377623#, on the day of the bids to hear bid results announced. The teleconference line will be open 15 minutes before bids are due. Bids will be opened after the bid deadline. In-person attendance at the bid opening will be accommodated at the Suamico Village Hall. In general, the project consists of repainting an existing 500,000-gallon elevated steel spherical water tank. The work includes complete removal and repaint of the interior wet coating; cleaning, spot repairs, and over coating the dry interior coating; and cleaning, spot repairs, over coating the exterior of the tank, and all necessary related work. No pre-bid meeting will be held. Prospective bidders may contact the Village of Suamico to view the Water Tower. A single prime bid will be received for the work. BID SECURITY Bids must be accompanied by bid security in the amount of 5% of the maximum bid amount. Bid and bid security may not be withdrawn for a period of 45 days after the Bid Deadline. Bid security will be retained if the Bidder is awarded the Work and fails to execute the Agreement and furnish 100% Performance and Payment Bonds. QUALIFICATIONS Bidders shall submit a Statement of Bidder's Qualifications with their bid. RIGHTS RESERVED Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities in any bid. BIDDING DOCUMENTS. Bidding documents may be obtained in PDF electronic format by download from the Quest Construction Data Network website, accessible via www.AyresAssociates.com by clicking on the "Bidding" link, for a non-refundable fee of $45.00. Published by authority of: Village of Suamico Run: Feb. 4, 11, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids for Freedom VFW Restroom Improvements, will be received by the Town of Freedom, Town Clerk, at the Town Hall, W2004 County S, Freedom, WI 54131, by 11:00 a.m., local time, February 23, 2021, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The work, in general, will include the following schedule of work: A single lump sum project for the renovations to existing restroom facility consisting of replacement of plumbing fixtures, exterior doors, exhaust fan, toilet partition walls and toilet accessories, painting interior walls and ceilings, replacement of epoxy floors, and the updating of interior/exterior light fixtures. The proposals shall be submitted on the forms furnished with the specifications. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check payable to the owner equal to five percent (5%) of the proposal or a bid bond of a bonding company duly authorized to do business in the State of Wisconsin in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the proposal. This proposal guarantee shall be subject to forfeiture as provided by law. Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.cedarcorp.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $30.00 (Quest eBidDoc #7353110). 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. An optional paper set of project documents is also available from Blue Print Service Company for a non-refundable cost plus applicable sales tax and shipping. (Full-size drawings are available upon request at an additional cost. Only printed plans obtained from Blue Print Service Company shall be considered scalable plans.) Contact Blue Print Service Company for pricing and instructions: 920-733-4539 (phone), or bps@blueprintservice.com (email). Proposals shall not be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the date of opening. The Town of Freedom reserves the right to reject any or all of the proposals and to waive any informalities therein. Dates of Publication: February 4th and 11th, 2021 By Authority of: Colleen M. Laha, Town Clerk Run: Feb. 4 & 11, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The County of Winnebago, Wisconsin, a tax-exempt municipal corporation under Wisconsin Statute 77.54(9a), will receive sealed bids up to 3:00 PM on March 18, 2021, in the Winnebago County Purchasing Office, Oshkosh, WI 54901, for the following: RFB# PK02-21 Jeff Bahling Memorial Archway- Winnebago County is seeking bids from qualified contractors to provide a steel and landscape block memorial archway located south of the Shelter 1 cul-du-sac of the Community Park at 501 E County Rd. Y in Oshkosh, WI. A virtual pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 am on March 2, 2021. Interested Contractors should email Chase Rettler at crettler@rettler.com. Contractors may obtain copies of the Bid Documents from the DemandStar website at www.demandstar.com. If you are not a member of DemandStar, please contact the Purchasing Department for information on how to sign up free of charge. Bids must be filed in the Winnebago County Purchasing Dept, no later than 2:45 PM, central time, March 18, 2021. Bids received after the above hour and date, will be returned unopened to the bidder. All bids must be sealed in an envelope with the bidder's name and address. The appropriate bid number, RFB# PK02-21 must be printed in the lower left-hand A certified check, cashier's check, or bid bond, payable to Winnebago County in an amount of five percent (5%) of the bid amount must accompany the bid as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract within ten (10) days after award of the contract. Bids will be opened and publicly read at 3:00 PM on March 18, 2021 via Zoom Video Conference. Contact Chase Rettler at crettler@rettler.com for the meeting link and passcode. Winnebago County is not liable for any costs incurred in replying to this request. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to accept the bid(s) considered most advantageous to Winnebago County. Requests for additional information should be directed to the Purchasing Department, 112 Otter Ave., Oshkosh, WI 54901, (920) 232-3427, or lforbes@co.winnebago.wi.us. Run: Feb. 23, Mar. 2, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF LAWRENCE Brown County, Wisconsin OWNER The Town of Lawrence, acting through its Town Board, hereby gives notice that sealed bids will be received in the Town Hall, 2400 Shady Court, De Pere, Wisconsin 54115 for the following described project. 2021 ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT The work shall consist of the following roads/projects: 1. Nostalgic Drive (Whispering Oak Drive to Tranquil Lane) (740 ft. x 24 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 4" topsoil, seed and mulch shoulder. 2. Nostalgic Court (Tranquil Lane to end of Cul De Sac) (675 ft. x 24 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 4" topsoil, seed and mulch shoulder 3. Tranquil Lane (Nostalgic Drive to Spring Meadows) (450 ft. x 24 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 4" topsoil, seed and mulch shoulder 4. Grading work needed at intersection of Nostalgic and Tranquil lane- See supplemental plan from McMahon Engineering to raise the intersection using pulverized asphalt, include grading cost. Ditching not included (ditching will be completed by town separate from this contract) 5. Woodhaven Court (end of Cul De Sac 340 feet east to the west edge of the driveway at 3025 Woodhaven Court) (340 ft. x 24 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 4" topsoil, seed and mulch shoulder 6. Golden Glow Rd East (CN Railroad east to Lost Dauphin Rd) (1270 ft. x 22 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 1' CABC shoulder 7. Golden Glow Rd West (CN Railroad west 550 feet) (550 ft. x 22 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 1' CABC shoulder 8. Railroad Flagging on Golden Glow 9. Mid Valley Wedging- 100 tons 10. DPW Driveway Paving at 2434 Little Rapids Road- Approximately 145 feet x 65 feet 11. Striping Epoxy Center Lines & Fog Lines a. Golden Glow (From Lost Dauphin west to 550 ft. west of CN Railroad)- west limit of resurfacing.)-5400 LF b. Mid Valley Road (Starting at the north town boundary line with the City of De Pere going south to Scheuring road ending at the round-a-bout)- 35,250 LF Supplemental Bid Items 1. Sunrise River Court (From Lost Dauphin Rd west to end of Cul De Sac) (850 ft. x 24 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 4" topsoil, seed and mulch shoulder TIME Sealed bids will be received until 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday March 17, 2021, at the Town of Lawrence Town Hall, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. BIDS All bids shall be addressed to Patrick Wetzel, Town Administrator, Town of Lawrence, 2400 Shady Court, De Pere, WI 54115. Bids shall be sealed and shall have the name and address of the bidder and the contract for which the bid is being submitted on the outside of the envelope. All bidders shall bid in accordance with and upon the Bid Forms included in the contract documents. PROCUREMENT AND EXAMINATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The contract documents are on file for inspection at the Town of Lawrence Town Hall, 2400 Shady Court, De Pere, WI 54115 or via email at PatrickW@townoflawrence.org BID SECURITY No bid shall be received unless accompanied by a certified check or satisfactory bid bond payable to the Town of Lawrence in an amount not less than 10% of the maximum bid as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the contract, performance/payment bonds and insurance certification, as required by the contract documents, within ten (10) days after the Notice of Award. BID REJECTION The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids, waive any informalities in bidding or to accept the bid or bids which best serves the interests of the Town of Lawrence. WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 30-days after the scheduled opening without the consent of the Owner. COMPLETION OF WORK All work shall be completed by July 15, 2021. If not completed by said date there shall be a penalty of $500.00 per day until completed. GOVERNING LAWS & REGULATIONS The contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 60.47, 66.0901, 66.0903, and 779.16 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Published by the authority of the Town of Lawrence, acting through its Town Board.- Patrick Wetzel, Town Administrator Run: March 1, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2021 CITY-WIDE TREE PLANTING PROGRAM FILE NO. 2021-033 CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WICONSIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received at City Administrative Offices, located on the fourth floor of the City/County Government Center, 160 South Macy Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935 on or before Thursday, February 25th, 2021 at 2:00 PM, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the City Manager's conference room of the fourth floor of the City/County Government Center. Complete digital project bidding documents are available from the City Engineering Office, PO Box 150, 160 S Macy Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54936-0150, email jmusack@fdl.wi.gov , or by calling 920-322-3453. All bids shall be prepared on the proposal forms provided in the specifications and shall remain attached thereto, and shall be addressed to City of Fond du Lac, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Each bid envelope shall be properly identified on the face thereof "SEALED BID 2021 City-Wide Tree Planting Program". No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of (30) thirty days after the opening of said bids, without the consent of the Director of Public Works. The City of Fond du Lac may reject any or all bids on any basis and without disclosure of any reason. The failure to make a disclosure shall not result in accrual of any right, claim or cause of action against the City. The City also reserves the right to waive any formalities or informalities in bidding, and to select the bid that, in its opinion, will best serve the interests of the City. No bid will be opened unless the "Bidder's Proof of Responsibility" for 2021 is filed at least (5) five days before the scheduled time for opening of bids. Reference is made to Section 66.0901(2) & (3) Wisconsin Statutes. The Director of Public Works decision as to qualifications shall be final. Bidder's attention is called to the fact that this contract includes a "Disclosure of Ownership" form. Section 66.0903 (12)(d) of Wisconsin Statutes requires that each bidder complete this form. No bid will be considered unless the prospective bidder has completed the form entitled "Disclosure of Ownership". Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check or bank draft, payable to the City of Fond du Lac, or satisfactory bid bond, in the amount of 5% of the gross bid as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted as the successful bid, such successful bidder will execute and file the proposed contract and performance bond within ten days after notice of award of contract. Published by authority of the City of Fond du Lac on February 10th and February 17th, 2021 Run: Fe. 10, 17, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2021 SIDEWALK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN File No. 2021--018 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received in the City Administrative Office at the City/County Government Center (CCGC), 160 South Macy Street, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, until 2:00 PM, local time, on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021 at which time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the City Manager's Conference Room, 4th Floor. The project quantities includes but are not limited to the following described approximate quantities of work: FURNISH, INSTALL & CONSTRUCT 24,810 SF 4" Concrete Sidewalk Reconstruction 780 SF 6" Concrete Sidewalk Reconstruction Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. Contractors may download the digital plan documents for a non-refundable fee of $20.00 by inputting Quest Project #7569322 on the website's 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. Each bid envelope shall be properly identified on the face thereof "SEALED BID 2021 SIDEWALK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM". No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of (30) thirty days after the opening of said bids, without the consent of the Director of Public Works. The City of Fond du Lac may reject any or all bids on any basis and without disclosure of any reason. The failure to make a disclosure shall not result in accrual of any right, claim or cause of action against the City. The City also reserves the right to waive any formalities or informalities in bidding, and to select the bid that, in its opinion, will best serve the interests of the City. No bid will be opened unless the "Bidder's Proof of Responsibility" for 2021 is filed and approved at least (5) five days before the scheduled time for opening of bids. Reference is made to Section 66.0901(2) & (3) Wisconsin Statutes. The Director of Public Works decision as to qualifications shall be final. Bidder's attention is called to the fact that this contract includes a "Disclosure of Ownership" form. Section 66.0903 (12) (d) of Wisconsin Statutes requires that each bidder complete this form. No bid will be considered unless the prospective bidder has completed the form entitled "Disclosure of Ownership". Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check, or bank draft, payable to the City of Fond du Lac, or satisfactory bid bond, in the amount of 5% of the gross bid as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted as the successful bid, such successful bidder will execute and file the proposed contract and performance bond within ten (10) days after notice of award of contract. Published by authority of the City of Fond du Lac on February 15 and February 22, 2021 Run: Feb.15, 22, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2021 STREET AND UTILITY CONSTRUCTION FILE NO. 2021-019 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 Thursday, February 25, 2021, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the City Manager's Conference Room. A portion of the project includes Doty Street from Follett Street to Scott Street, which is funded by the State of Wisconsin Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP). The project includes but is not limited to the following approximated quantities of work: FURNISH, INSTALL AND CONSTRUCT: 7,100 LF 36-Inch to 6-Inch Sanitary Sewer Main and Lateral Reconstruction 9,200 LF 36-Inch to 6-Inch Storm Sewer Main and Lateral Reconstruction 5,200 LF 12-Inch to 6-Inch Water Main Reconstruction 3,600 LF 1-1/4-Inch Polyethylene Water Service Pipe 33,000 SF 6-Inch to 4-Inch Concrete Sidewalk and Driveway Approach 10,200 LF Concrete Curb and Gutter 35 EA Ornamental and/or Cobra Head Street Light Installation with Conduit and Wiring 13,500 CY Common Excavation Includes Asphalt and Concrete Pavement Removal 21,500 SY Crushed Aggregate Base Course 18,500 SY Concrete Pavement and/or Asphalt Pavement 7,500 SY Lawn Restoration Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. Contractors may download the digital plan documents for a non-refundable fee of $20.00 by inputting the Quest project number: 7562579 on the Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading or working with digital project information. All bids shall be prepared on the proposal forms provided in the specifications and shall remain attached thereto and shall be addressed to City of Fond du Lac, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 54936-0150. Each bid envelope shall be properly identified on the face thereof "SEALED BID 2021 STREET AND UTILITY CONSTRUCTION." 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 2021 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. Published by authority of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on February 10 and February 17, 2021. Run: Feb. 10, 17, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ASPHALTIC CONCRETE LOCAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Bids will be accepted by Winnebago County for the 2021 season requirements of Asphaltic Concrete totaling approximately 48,600 tons. Winnebago County will be utilizing approximately 11,200 tons of that mix for the CHI project on CTH CB, and 7,280 tons for the CHI-D project on CTH II. Included in the total is the production of approximately 684 tons of 4 LT 58-28 mix on behalf of the Town of Winneconne for the TRI project on East Island/Island Road, and 900 tons each of 4LT 58-28 and 3LT 58-28 mix for the project on Bonnie View Road on behalf of the Town of Utica. Asphalt producer must bill municipality directly for hot mix asphalt. Placement will be done by others. Bids are to be submitted on forms prepared by Winnebago County, and are due by 3:00 p.m. central time on Thursday, February 25, 2021. Specifications, special provisions, and proposal forms must be obtained by contacting the Winnebago County Purchasing Department at 920-232-3427. Winnebago County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to accept such proposal or portion thereof which they deem most advantageous to Winnebago County. Winnebago County is not liable for any costs incurred in replying to these proposals. Raymond Palonen Winnebago County Highway Commissioner Run: February 10, 17, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS BECHAUD AVENUE & POLK STREET IMPROVEMENTS ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION VILLAGE OF NORTH FOND DU LAC FOND DU LAC COUNTY, WI he Village Of North Fond Du Lac will receive and accept bids ONLY through QuestCDN.com via the online electronic bid service (QuestvBid) for the construction of Bechaud Avenue & Polk Street Improvements Roadway Construction until 10:00 a.m., local time on Tuesday, February 23, 2021. All bids will be downloaded and publicly read aloud during a virtual public bid opening that will be held at the day and time of the bid closing. All planholders will receive information via Quest on how to join the virtual meeting prior to the bid opening. A pre-Bid conference will be held at 10:00 a.m., local time on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at the Village Offices, 16 Garfield Street, North Fond du Lac, WI. Representatives of OWNER and ENGINEER will be present to discuss the Project. Prospective bidders are required to attend and participate in the conference. No bids will be accepted from any firm not attending the Pre-Bid Conference. A Bidder's Proof of Responsibility must be submitted to Mr. Mitchell Vis, Project Manager, 16 Garfield Street, North Fond du lac, WI 54937, prior to the close of business, 4:30 PM local time on Thursday, February 18, 2021. A Contractor will be able to see the bidding documents on Quest, but will not be allowed to submit a bid until approval is granted by the Village. The work for which bids are asked includes the following: unclassified excavation; 4,200 SY of topsoil placement and seeding; miscellaneous erosion control and traffic control; 4,200 LF of curb and gutter installation; 10,150 SF of 6-inch concrete driveway and sidewalk installation including base aggregate; 16,200 SF of 4-inch concrete sidewalk installation including base aggregate; 200 TON of dense graded base installation for roadway; 1,900 TON of asphalt pavement installation; 47 EA existing utility structure casting adjustments; and all other related work. The anticipated substantial completion date is June 11, 2021 and final completion date is June 25, 2021. Planholders list will be updated interactively on our web address at http://www.msa-ps.com under Bidding. Copies of the BIDDING DOCUMENTS are available at www.questcdn.com. QuestCDN Vbid system requires Bidders to purchase BIDDING DOCUMENTS from QuestCDN. You may download the digital plan documents for $40.00 by inputting Quest eBidDoc #7522458 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with the digital project information. No proposal will be accepted unless accompanied by a certified check or bid bond equal to at least 5% of the amount bid, payable to the OWNER as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 15 days after the award of the contract. BIDDER is required to deliver the original certified check or bid bond within the 72 hours of bid opening to MSA Professional Services, Inc., Attn: Dan Rammer, 1500 N. Casaloma Drive, Suite 100, Appleton, WI 54913. The certified check or bid bond will be returned to the bidder as soon as the contract is signed, and if after 15 days the bidder shall fail to do so, the certified check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the OWNER as liquidated damages. No bid may be withdraw within 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Published by the authority of the Village Of North Fond Du Lac. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 1500 N. Casaloma Drive Appleton, WI 54913 Dan Rammer, P.E. 920-931-0095 Run: February 2, 9, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS City of Kewaunee PROJECT: Fisherman's Point- 77 N. Main St., Kewaunee, WI 123 Kilbourn St., Kewaunee, WI 1304 Ellis St., Kewaunee, WI BID DEADLINE: March 8, 2021 4:00 p.m., Local Time NOTICE Sealed bids for the above project will be received by Robbie Davister, Building Inspector, at City Hall- 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee WI 54216 until the Bid Deadline. Immediately thereafter, the bids will be publicly open and read aloud. In general, the project consists of demolishing Fisherman's Point at 77 N. Main Street, 123 Kilbourn Street, and 1304 Ellis Street in Kewaunee, Wisconsin. Following demolition, the site shall be graded back to existing grade. An examination of the project site can be made by appointment by contacting Robbie Davister. BID SECURITY Bids must be accompanied by bid security in the amount of 5% of the maximum bid amount. Bid and bid security may not be withdrawn for a period of 45 days after the Bid Deadline. Bid security will be retained if the Bidder is awarded the Work and fails to execute the Agreement and furnish 100% Performance and Payment Bonds. PROJECT FUNDING This project is expected to be funded in part by the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation- Site Assessment Grant Program. The attention of bidders is particularly called to the requirements for Section 3, Segregated Facilities, Section 109, Executive Order 11246, use of MBE/WBE/DBE firms, and non-discrimination and affirmative action. RIGHTS RESERVED Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive the informalities in any bid. BIDDING DOCUMENTS Bidding documents may be examined at 401 Fifth Street, Kewaunee, WI or can obtained in PDF electronic format by contacting Robbie Davister at rdavister@cityofkewaunee.org. Bidding documents will be available February 17, 2021. Published: February 18, 2021 Terri Decur, City Clerk/Treasurer Feb. 18, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CITY OF NEKOOSA STH 173 UTILITIES CITY OF NEKOOSA WOOD COUNTY, WI The City Of Nekoosa will receive and accept bids ONLY through QuestCDN.com via the online electronic bid service (QuestvBid) for the construction of City of Nekoosa STH 173 Utilities until 9:00AM, Monday, March 22, 2021. All bids will be downloaded and publicly read aloud during a virtual public bid opening that will be held at the day and time of the bid closing. All bidders will receive information via Quest on how to join the virtual meeting prior to the bid opening. The work for which bids are asked includes the following: PROJECT A: Wood Ave. (STH 173) Reconstruction from Water Works Road to 175 feet East of Cedar Street and STH 173 from Point Basse Ave. to Garrison Street, existing water main replacement. Utility Construction: Approximately 4,400 lineal feet of PVC water main (6-inch to 12-inch) including temporary water, removals, valves, hydrants, leads and water services. Approximately 3,500 lineal feet of (8-inch to 10-inch) PVC sanitary sewer including manholes and service laterals. Approximately 3,800 lineal feet of RCP/HDPE storm sewer (12-inch to 42-inch) including inlets and manholes. Roadway and Other Associated Work: Approximately 3,700 lineal feet of roadway reconstruction including new base course, HMA paving, sidewalk, concrete curb and gutter and grading. Pavement Markings Work in WisDOT right-of-way and associated detour/traffic control. Traffic Signal loop detection reinstallation Driveway removal, tree removal, grubbing, and turf restoration. PROJECT B. Replace approximately 67 residential water and sewer laterals from City right of way to the home including restoration of pavements, landscaping, decks and other disturbances required. PROJECT C. Cedar and Market Street (STH 173) from Wood Ave. to STH 73 bridge. Utility Construction: Approximately 5 sanitary sewer manhole adjustments (casting and rings) Approximately 11 water valve manhole removals and replacement with valve stacks Approximately 21 storm sewer structure replacements including inlets and manholes, re-grounting manholes, televising, cleaning structures and pipe Roadway and Other Associated Work: Spot repair of base aggregate, asphalt, curb and gutter, and sidewalk. Work in WisDOT right-of-way traffic control. PROJECT D. Alexander Avenue conversion from roadway to municipal parking lot construction. Utility Construction: Approximately 4 new storm sewer inlets, 120 linear feet of storm sewer pipe, inlet and manhole adjustments, water valve adjustments. Other Associated Work: Spot repair of base aggregate, asphalt, curb and gutter, and sidewalk. Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) System Pavement Markings Work in WisDOT right-of-way traffic control. BIDDERS shall submit Proof of Responsibility statements before 5:00 p.m., March 15, 2021, to the office of the Engineer by methods of email (dborchardt@msa-ps.com), fax (715-384-9787), or by postal mail (MSA Professional Services, Inc, 146 North Central Avenue, Suite 201, Marshfield, Wisconsin 54449). An approved prequalified general contractor list will be posted to Quest eBidDoc #7169143 on March 16, 2021 The anticipated substantial completion date is October 1, 2021 and final completion date is November 1, 2021. Planholders list will be updated interactively on our web address at http://www.msa-ps.com under Bidding. Copies of the BIDDING DOCUMENTS are available at www.questcdn.com. QuestCDN Vbid system requires Bidders to purchase BIDDING DOCUMENTS from QuestCDN. You may download the digital plan documents for $40 by inputting Quest eBidDoc #7169143 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with the digital project information. No proposal will be accepted unless accompanied by a certified check or bid bond equal to at least 5% of the amount bid, payable to the OWNER as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 15 days after the award of the contract. BIDDER is required to deliver the original certified check or bid bond within the 72 hours of bid opening to MSA Professional Services, Inc., Attn: Daniel Borchardt, 146 North Central Avenue, Suite 201, Marshfield, WI 54449. The certified check or bid bond will be returned to the bidder as soon as the contract is signed, and if after 15 days the bidder shall fail to do so, the certified check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the OWNER as liquidated damages. No bid may be withdraw within 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. PROJECTS A, B AND C: The minimum wages to be paid on the project shall be in accordance with Federal Davis Bacon Wage Rates. Federal wage rates can be found at http://www.wdol.gov/dba.aspx#0. Be aware that project Administrators, Bidders, and Contractors are required to use the latest federal wage rate available at the time of bid opening. This project anticipates use of Wisconsin DNR Safe Drinking Water Loan Program, Lead Service Line Program and Clean Water Fund Program funding. We encourage Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), including Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBEs), and Women's Business Enterprises (WBEs) to submit bid proposals. A municipality, in awarding prime contracts, and the primary engineer and primary contractor, in awarding subcontractors, are required to make a good faith effort to achieve a combined minimum goal of 15% participation for MBE/WBE utilization in accordance with s.NR 162.09(3), s.NR 166.12(4), and s.NR 167.18(4) Wis. Admin. Code. If a subcontractor awards subcontracts, these requirements shall apply to the subcontractor. The Contractor shall conform to the "Use of American Iron and Steel" provision of H.R. 3547 Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014, section 436, including all iron and steel products used in the project. Bid Proposals may be denied if the requirements of this section are not met and waivers are required. EPA guidance for the use of American Iron and Steel (AIS) can be found at http://water.epa.gov/grants_funding/aisrequirement.cfm . PROJECT D: Pursuant to Section 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes, the minimum wages to be paid on the project shall be in accordance with the wage rate scale established by local wage rates. OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Published by the authority of the City Of Nekoosa. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 146 North Central Ave., Suite 201 Marshfield, WI 54449 Daniel Borchardt, P.E. +1 (715) 304-0448 Run: March 1, 8, 2021 WNAXLP


Advertisement for Bids For Construction at airports: Project #1 Capitol Airport Brookfield, WI John F Kennedy Memorial Ashland, WI Lancaster Municipal Lancaster, WI Lakeland Airport Woodruff, WI Solon Springs Municipal Solon Springs, WI Waukesha County Waukesha, WI Wausau Downtown Wausau, WI Project #2 Bloyer Field Tomah, WI Southern Wisconsin Regional Janesville, WI Project no. BOA20001 Sealed proposals for the work described herein will be received until 2:00 p.m., local time, Thursday, March 18, 2021, by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of Aeronautics, on behalf of the Secretary, authorized agent for the airport listed above, in accordance with Wis. Stat. §114.32(3), at the office of the Bureau of Aeronautics, 4822 Madison Yards Way, 5th floor South, Madison, Wisconsin 53705; whereupon the sealed proposals received as provided above will be publicly opened and read via teleconference. The bid results will be posted as soon as practicable to the bureau of Aeronautics website here: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/aeronautics/airports/arpt-bidinfo.aspx COVID19 impact to bid submittal/delivery: Please be aware that bid submittal for this project will ONLY be accepted by mail through the United States Postal Service (USPS), as well as delivery services including, but not limited to, FedEx, UPS, DHL, and other similar delivery/courier services. No hand delivery of bids will be allowed or accepted. Mail and delivery services are generally delivered once a day to the state building and all parcels and mail are distributed once per day throughout the building. Please allow sufficient time for your bid to be received by the Bureau of Aeronautics prior to the bid deadline. Bids received by the Bureau of Aeronautics later than the time set forth above will be returned unopened. The correct mailing address is: Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of Aeronautics, 4822 Madison Yards Way, 5th Floor South, Madison, Wisconsin 53705. Sending bid documents by Priority Mail may not guarantee timely delivery to our office. Description of work: Crack seal, micro-surfacing, slurry seal, and pavement marking Estimate of major quantities: Micro-Surfacing 92,930 SY, Crack Sealing 141,00 LB, Pavement Marking 110,675 SF DBE Goal: 6.25% (project #1 only) Contract Completion Time: November 19, 2021 Proposals: Proposal forms are included with the plans and specifications and are subject to the provisions of Wis. Stat. §66.0901(7). Plans and specifications: An electronic version of the plans and specifications may be obtained by emailing joshua.holbrook@dot.wi.gov Plans and specifications which govern the work are on file and available for office examination at the office of the Wisconsin Bureau of Aeronautics 4822 Madison Yards Way, 5th floor South, Madison, Wisconsin 53707. Proposal Submittal: This contract is NOT electronically bid. A paper bid submittal is required. COVID19 impact to bid submittal/delivery: Please be aware that bid submittal for this project will ONLY be accepted by United States Postal Service (USPS), as well as delivery services including, but not limited to, FedEx, UPS, DHL, and other similar delivery/courier services. No hand delivery of bids will be allowed or accepted. Mail and delivery services are generally delivered once a day to the state building and all parcels and mail are distributed once per day throughout the building. Please allow sufficient time for your bid to be received by the Bureau of Aeronautics prior to the bid deadline. Contractors electing to obtain plans & specifications via CD or any electronic method are still required to submit a paper bid proposal. Proposal guaranty: Each proposal must be accompanied by a bid bond, certificate of annual bid bond, a certified check, bank's draft, bank's check, or postal money order made payable to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Secretary for 5% of the total amount bid. Certified checks may be drawn on the account of the bidder submitting the proposal. Qualification of bidders: 1. TWO prequalification methods are acceptable for this project. EITHER Bureau of Aeronautics "Statement of Bidder's Qualifications and Experience" (AKA: "Short form") will apply. OR the Bureau of Project Development "Prequalification Statement" (AKA: "Highways"). If your firm does not already hold a valid WisDOT highways prequalification and you do not expect to bid WisDOT highways projects in the future, please complete the simplified Bureau of Aeronautics "short form". Bid proposals will be opened only from those who have established their qualifications for the work being bid upon. If a prospective bidder has submitted a current statement and received approval from the department, a re-submittal for this project is not required. Any prospective bidder who has not previously established their qualifications must file a pre-qualification statement on the proper forms and be received by the department no later than 12:00 noon, local time, Friday, March 5, 2021. Only prime or general contractors submitting the bid need to be prequalified; subcontractors do not need to be prequalified. The qualification statement is a sworn statement and consist of information relating to financial ability, equipment, and experience in the work prescribed in this proposal. The statement shall be in writing on the proper standard form furnished by the department. The department will evaluate the statement and determine acceptability prior to bid allowance. Each bidder is required to submit a "Bidder's Request to Bid/Current Workload" form for this project, and it should be received by the bureau no later than 24 hours prior to the bid opening. Bidders are urged to submit this form as early as possible to determine eligibility prior to preparing the bidding proposal. Failure to submit the request to bid/current workload form may result in the rejection of the bid. Federal Requirements: This project is federally funded, and federal provisions and requirements apply. Federal provisions made part of, but not limited to this contract include: Buy American Preference, Foreign Trade Restriction, Davis Bacon, Affirmative Action, Governmentwide Debarment and Suspension, Governmentwide Requirements for Drug-free Workplace. Hours of labor and minimum wage rates: Pursuant to regulations provided by applicable federal and/or state laws, the hours of labor and minimum wage rates are set forth in the proposal. Affirmative action: The department hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin in consideration for an award. Affidavit of non-collusion: A required affidavit of non-collusion will be incorporated as part of the proposal cover provided to each prospective bidder. Failure to complete the sworn statement makes the bid non-responsive and ineligible for award consideration. By signing the proposal cover each bidder by or on behalf of the person, firm, association, or corporation submitting the bid, certifies that such person, firm, association, or corporation has not, either directly or indirectly, entered into agreement, participated in any collusion, or otherwise taken any action, in restraint of free competitive bidding in connection with the submitted bid. This sworn statement shall be executed and sworn to by the bidder before a person who is authorized by the laws of the state to administer oaths. Pre-bid conference: A pre-bid conference will be held on March 1, 2021 at 9:00am. The pre-bid will be conducted by teleconference in accordance with best practices for COVID19 social distancing recommendations. The teleconference information will be sent to all plan holders approximately 3 days prior to the pre-bid date. A physical visit of the site may be authorized by the airport on a case by case basis. Questions arising from site visits shall be submitted by email to the contact person below. Answers will be provided to all plan holders via a subsequent addendum. The purpose of the meeting will be to familiarize all concerned persons with the project and conditions at the airport. For further information, contact Josh Holbrook at 608-267-2143, email joshua.holbrook@dot.wi.gov. Represented by Craig Thompson, Secretary Department of Transportation Sponsor's Authorized Agent Run: February 22, March 1, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, WI Department of Public Works Pavement Crack Sealing Services The Public Works Department of the Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, Wisconsin will accept sealed bids for Pavement Crack Sealing Services on select streets within the Town of Ledgeview for 2021. Bids will be received by the Town of Ledgeview Public Works Department located at 3700 Dickinson Road, DePere, WI 54115, until 2:00 P.M. on February 25th, 2021, at which time they will be opened. The proposed amount of crack filling being sought for 2021 not to exceed Forty-Six Thousand ($46,000) dollars All bids shall be submitted on Town bid forms and be sealed in an envelope which will be plainly marked "Bid for Town of Ledgeview Pavement Crack Sealing Services 2021" along with the bidder's name. Bid forms and specifications may be obtained at the Town of Ledgeview's website at www.ledgeviewwisconsin.com, Ledgeview Community Center at 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI. 54115, or requested deliver by phone at 920-336-3360. The Town of Ledgeview reserves the right to waive any formality in any proposal and to reject any or all bids. Dated this, 26th day of January, 2021 Town of Ledgeview Greg Potts Director of Public Works Posted January 28th, 2021 Run: Feb. 10, 17, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR WINNEBAGO SANITARY DISTRICT UTILITY & STREET RECONSTRUCTION Town of Oshkosh Winnebago County, Wisconsin BIDS CLOSE: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2021 AT 1:00PM, LOCAL TIME The Town of Oshkosh will receive sealed Bids for the Winnebago Sanitary District Utility & Street Reconstruction at the Town of Oshkosh Town Hall, 230 E. CTH Y, Oshkosh, WI 54901 at the time and date stated above, at which time, all Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The Work for which Bids are asked includes the following: Relay existing sanitary sewer with 2,585ft of 8" PVC sewer; Relay existing water main with 2,650ft of 8" ductile iron water main; 750ft of urban street section replacement including new curb and gutter, gravel, asphalt and sidewalk, replacement of the sewer and water laterals, tree removal/replacement, erosion control, traffic control, and yard restoration. Digital Bidding Documents are available at www.generalengineering.net. You may download the digital documents for $20.00 by inputting project #7544918. An optional paper set is also available from the office of General Engineering Company, P.O. Box 340, 916 Silver Lake Drive, Portage, WI 53901 for a fee. Bids must be accompanied by bid security in the form of a certified check or bid bond equal to five percent of the maximum bid price, payable to the Owner as a guaranty that if the Bid is accepted, the Bidder will execute the Contract Documents and furnish the required contract security. If the Successful Bidder fails to execute the Contract Documents and provide the required contract security within 15 days after the Notice of Award, the Owner may annul the Notice of Award and the Bid Security will be forfeited. Bids may not be withdrawn within 60 days after the date of the bid opening. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, and to award the Contract to the Bidder, who in the judgment of the Owner, will best serve the interest of the Owner. The Contract shall be subject to Federal Davis-Bacon wage rates. Attention of bidders is particularly called to the requirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under this contract, Section 3, and E.O. 11246 Any contract or contracts awarded under this Advertisement for Bids may be funded in part by a grant from the Community Development Block Grant Program. Published by the authority of the Town Board of the Town of Oshkosh. By: Town of Oshkosh Jeannette Merten, Clerk 230 E. CTH Y Oshkosh, WI 54901 Run: February 4, 11, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOX RIDGE BUSINESS PARK PHASE 3 FILE NO. 2021-022 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 Thursday, March 4, 2021, 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, INSTALL AND CONSTRUCT: 2,300 LF 12-Inch Sanitary Sewer Main Construction 3,390 LF 16-Inch Water Main Construction 7,030 LF Concrete Curb and Gutter 14 EA Street Light Installation with Conduit and Wiring 262,000 SY Restoration 215,000 CY Common Excavation 16,810 SY Crushed Aggregate Base Course 14,030 SY Concrete Pavement Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. Contractors may download the digital plan documents for a non-refundable fee of $20.00 by inputting the Quest project number: 7579677 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 FOX RIDGE BUSINESS PARK PHASE 3." 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 2021 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. Published by authority of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on February 17 and February 24, 2021. Run: Feb.14, 17, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS MARATHON COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 1430 West Street Wausau, Wisconsin 54401 Sealed bids will be accepted by the Marathon County Highway Department at the address above until, March 2, 2021 up to time as indicated below. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. CULVERT MATERIALS - 10:00 A.M. TIMBER BRIDGE DECK 10:00 A.M. Contractors bidding on the work are required to pay wage rates in accordance with the bidding documents. Bids are for designing, manufacturing, supplying and delivering culvert materials and timber bridge deck materials only. Bids do not include installation as the materials will be installed by county workforces. Bid information is available at: http://www.co.marathon.wi.us/Departments/HighwayDepartment/BiddingInformation.aspx or the Marathon County Highway Department office. Any questions should be directed to John St.Onge at 715-261-1812. The General Code of the County of Marathon contains various procurement policies which are applicable to this proposed procurement. These include prohibitions against gratuities and kickbacks. Run: February 16, 23, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS NEENAH-MENASHA SEWERAGE COMMISSION MENASHA, WINNEBAGO COUNTY, WI OWNER - The NeenahMenasha Sewerage Commission hereby gives notice that sealed Bids will be received in the offices of the NeenahMenasha Wastewater Treatment Facility for the following described project. PROJECT The work shall consist of demolishing three (3) dual fuel boilers, demolishing a chiller and providing four (4) new boilers with hot water pumps, providing a new chiller, expanding the intake louver, providing a hot water blending pump, new boiler controls, improvements to the biogas conditioning unit and all other work described in the Bidding Documents. Work shall consist of all labor, materials, equipment, fuel, and transportation necessary to accomplish the work; complete and ready for operation by the Neenah-Menasha Sewerage Commission, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Bids will be received on the following Contract(s): Contract No. N0008-09-20-00518.02 DIGESTER BOILER REPLACEMENT PROJECT TIME Sealed Bids will be received until 1:00 p.m., local time, on February 22, 2021 in the office of the Neenah-Menasha Wastewater Treatment Facility, at which time and place all Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. BIDS All Bids shall be addressed to Paul Much, Manager, Neenah-Menasha Wastewater Treatment Facility, 101 Garfield Avenue, Menasha, WI 54952. Bids shall be sealed and shall have the name and address of the Bidder and the Contract for which the Bid is being submitted on the outside of the envelope. All Bidders shall Bid in accord¬ance with and upon the Bid Forms included in the Contract Documents. EXAMINATION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS The Project Documents are on file for inspection at the offices of McMahon Associates, Inc., 1445 McMahon Drive, Neenah, Wisconsin 54956. PROCUREMENT OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS In order to be a 'Plan Holder' or 'Bidder', each firm or organization shall download Bidding Documents from the McMahon Associates, Inc. website (www.mcmgrp.com) utilizing QuestCDN eBidDocTM . Complete digital Bidding Documents are available at www.mcmgrp.com or www.questcdn.com. Digital Bidding Documents may be downloaded for a non-refundable $35.00 by inputting Quest Project No. 7559017 on the website's Project Search page. Contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. BID SECURITY No Bid shall be received unless accompanied by a Certified Check or satisfactory Bid Bond payable to the Neenah-Menasha Sewerage Commission in an amount not less than 5% of the maximum Bid as a guaran¬tee that, if the Bid is accepted, the Bidder will execute and file the Contract, Performance/Payment Bonds and Insurance Certifica¬tion, as required by the Contract Documents, within 15-days after the Notice of Award. BID REJECTION The OWNER reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, waive any informalities in Bidding or to accept the Bid or Bids which best serves the interests of the Neenah-Menasha Sewerage Commission. WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS No Bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 90-days after the scheduled opening without the consent of the OWNER. GOVERNING LAWS & REGULATIONS The Contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 66.0901, 66.0903 and 779.14 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Published by the authority of the Neenah-Menasha Sewerage Commission. NEENAH-MENASHA SEWERAGE COMMISSION, Menasha, Winnebago County, WI Run: February 6, 13, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT: Green Isle Park Paving - Roadway Village of Allouez February 2021 BID DEADLINE: February 18, 2021 10:00 a.m., Local Time NOTICE Sealed bids for the above project will be received by the Village of Allouez at Village Hall located at 1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301 until the Bid Deadline. Immediately thereafter, the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. In general, the project involves the complete reconstruction of Greene Avenue through Green Isle Park in the Village of Allouez. Work includes excavation, grading, asphaltic surface paving, and related items. A formal pre-bid meeting to examine the site will not be held. Contractor may view the site at their convenience. A single prime bid will be received for the work. BID SECURITY Bids must be accompanied by bid security in the amount of 5% of the maximum bid amount. Bid and bid security may not be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the Bid Deadline. Bid security will be retained if the Bidder is awarded the Work and fails to execute the Agreement and furnish 100% Performance and Payment Bonds. QUALIFICATIONS If requested, the apparent low bidder will be required to submit evidence of qualifications to the Owner prior to award of contract. RIGHTS RESERVED Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities in any bid. BIDDING DOCUMENTS Bidding documents may be obtained in PDF electronic format by download from the Quest Construction Data Network website, accessible via www.AyresAssociates.com by clicking on the "Bidding" link, for a non-refundable fee of $30.00. Bidding documents will be available February 4, 2021. Published by authority of: Village of Allouez Runs: Feb. 4, 11, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF LEOLA, WISCONSIN Town of Leola New Municipal Town Hall Building Project BIDS CLOSE: 6:00 P.M. (CENTRAL TIME), WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021. Location 170 Apache Ln. Plainfield, WI 54966 Project Architect Mr. Tom. W. Meiklejohn 79 East Division St. Fondu Lac, WI 54935 Owner Mr. David Roberts, Town Chairperson 457 Akron Drive Bancroft, WI 54921 Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the Town of Leola Hall, Attn: Nancy Gasperic, Town Clerk, 127 Apache Lane, Plainfield, WI. 54966 on or before the above-mentioned date and time. Bids may be also be delivered just prior to bid opening at the Town Hall at 172 Aniwa Lane, Plainfield, WI. 54966. Bids will be opened the same day at a regular Town Board meeting and read aloud. Telephonic emailed or faxed bids will not be accepted. Late proposals will not be accepted under any circumstances. Any proposal(s) received after the scheduled time for closing will be returned to the proposing firm unopened. Sole responsibility rests with the proposing firm to see that their proposal is received on time. Project and Location. The project site is on approximately 9 acres at the location of 170 Apache Ln., Plainfield, WI 54966 (parcel # 014-00485-0010). A site visit by each bidder is recommended prior to submitting the bid for this work. For appointments to arrange for such site visit with the Town of Leola, please contact David Roberts, Town Chairperson, 715-213-9677, droberts326@gmail.com. Failure to visit the site or failure to examine any and all bidding documents will in no way relieve the successful contractor from necessity of furnishing any materials or equipment or performing any work that may be required to be completed in accordance with the bidding and contract documents. Building bid questions may be submitted by contacting Architect Tom Meiklejohn by phone at 920-923-3163 or email at twm3arch@gmail.com. The deadline for bid clarifying questions shall be Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 4:00 PM (Central Time). Bids will be received for a Single Prime Contract which includes, but is not limited to Site Work, Building Construction and all its components, Design-Build for the Plumbing, Electrical & HVAC (including all piping). All work shall be per all applicable codes, building plan and specifications. Bidder's attention is called to the fact that this contract includes a "Disclosure of Ownership" form. Section 103.49(7)(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". The plans and other bidding documents may be obtained from the Town of Leola by email to townofleola@gmail.com (cc: droberts326@gmail.com). PDF copies of Bidding documents will be emailed at no charge. Printed copies of Bidding Documents are available from the Town of Leola for a non-refundable cost of $50. Plans and Bid Information are also available at Builders Exchange of WI, (www.bxwi.com) and Wausau Builders Exchange (planroom@wausaubex.com). The letting of work described herein is subject to the provisions of Section 60.47, Wisconsin Statutes. No bid may be withdrawn by the Bidder for a period of forty-five (45) days following the date of the bid opening, within which time the contract will be awarded by the Town Board. All bids shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check or bid bond equal to at least five percent (5%) of the total bid as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contracts. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a 100% performance bond and payment bond prior to commencing work, and will be required to enter into the AIA 101 Owner/Contractor Agreement for this project. This project must begin by June 1, 2021 and be completed by September 13, 2021. Firms should submit one (1) original and one (1) copy of their bid, sealed in an envelope. The envelope in which the bid is sealed shall bear the name and address of the bidder and the notation: "Town of Leola Municipal Town Hall Building Bid" The Town of Leola reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive informalities in bidding and to accept the bid deemed most advantageous to the Town of Leola. Nancy Gasperic, Town Clerk Town of Leola Run: Feb. 15, 22, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS UW Stevens Point at Wausau Parking Lot Reconstruction Project Notice is hereby given by Marathon County that it will receive sealed bids for the reconstruction of a parking lot at the UW Stevens Point at Wausau Campus until 11:00 AM on the 11th day of March 2021. Bids can be mailed or dropped off to Marathon County, 1000 Lakeview Drive, Suite 300, Wausau, WI 54403. Use Door 27 on the south end of the Healthcare Center. At that time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. In general, the work shall include removal of existing concrete sidewalk, concrete curb, asphalt pavement, concrete retaining wall, and reconstruct the parking lot including restoration to provide better access and drainage. The parking lot is located at 518 S. 7th Avenue in the City of Wausau. Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained from the office of Marathon Technical Services LLC, located at 404 Franklin Street, Wausau, WI 54403 or by emailing Nick Bancuk at nick@mtsllc.net No bids shall be considered unless submitted on the official Proposal form. Marathon County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informality in the bidding, and to award the Contract in the best interest of Marathon County. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the actual time of opening the bids. A Bid Bond in the amount of 5% of the Bid is required to be included with the Bid. The project timeline as set as June 1, 2021 to August 20, 2021. No deviations from the project timeline will be allowed. A Performance Bond and a Payment Bond each in the amount of 100 percent (100%) of the total bid price, together with an executed Agreement in the form prescribed by Marathon County, will be required of the successful bidder. February 8, 2021 Craig Christians, Marathon County Facility Planner Publish: Monday, February 15 and February 22, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS VILLAGE OF AUBURNDALE 2021 WWTF UPGRADE VILLAGE OF AUBURNDALE WOOD COUNTY, WISCONSIN The Village Of Auburndale will receive and accept bids ONLY through QuestCDN.com via the online electronic bid service (QuestvBid) for the construction of Village of Auburndale 2021 WWTF Upgrade until 10:00 AM, March 1, 2021. All bids will be downloaded and publicly read aloud during a virtual public bid opening that will be held at the day and time of the bid closing. All planholders will receive information via Quest on how to join the virtual meeting prior to the bid opening. The work for which bids are asked includes the following: Improvements at the Village of Auburndale Wastewater Treatment Facility including, but not limited to, lagoon sludge removal; prefabricated fiberglass composite building to house new chemical feed equipment; site work, gravel access road reconstruction, solar power system, and related electrical work. Planholders list will be updated interactively on our web address at http://www.msa-ps.com under Bidding. Copies of the BIDDING DOCUMENTS are available at www.questcdn.com. QuestCDN Vbid system requires Bidders to purchase BIDDING DOCUMENTS from QuestCDN. You may download the digital plan documents for $40 by inputting Quest eBidDoc #7249081on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with the digital project information. No proposal will be accepted unless accompanied by a certified check or bid bond equal to at least 5% of the amount bid, payable to the OWNER as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 15 days after the award of the contract. BIDDER is required to deliver the original certified check or bid bond within the 72 hours of bid opening to MSA Professional Services, Inc., Attn: Mike Voss, 146 North Central Avenue, Suite 201, Marshfield, WI 54449. The certified check or bid bond will be returned to the bidder as soon as the contract is signed, and if after 15 days the bidder shall fail to do so, the certified check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the OWNER as liquidated damages. No bid may be withdraw within 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. The minimum wages to be paid on the project shall be in accordance with Federal Davis Bacon Wage Rates. Federal wage rates can be found at http://www.wdol.gov/dba.aspx#0. Be aware that project Administrators, Bidders, and Contractors are required to use the latest federal wage rate available at the time of bid opening. This project anticipates use of Wisconsin DNR Clean Water Fund Program funding. We encourage Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), including Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBEs), and Women's Business Enterprises (WBEs) to submit bid proposals. A municipality, in awarding prime contracts, and the primary engineer and primary contractor, in awarding subcontractors, are required to make a good faith effort to achieve a combined minimum goal of 15% participation for MBE/WBE utilization in accordance with s.NR 162.09(3), s.NR 166.12(4), and s.NR 167.18(4) Wis. Admin. Code. If a subcontractor awards subcontracts, these requirements shall apply to the subcontractor. The Contractor shall conform to the "Use of American Iron and Steel" provision of H.R. 3547 Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014, section 436, including all iron and steel products used in the project. Bid Proposals may be denied if the requirements of this section are not met and waivers are required. EPA guidance for the use of American Iron and Steel (AIS) can be found at http://water.epa.gov/grants_funding/aisrequirement.cfm. OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Published by the authority of the Village Of Auburndale. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 146 North Central Ave., Suite 201 Marshfield, WI 54449 Mike Voss, P.E. (715) 304-0456 Run: Feb. 12, 19, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS VILLAGE OF PORT EDWARDS 6TH STREET ROAD EXTENSION VILLAGE OF PORT EDWARDS WOOD COUNTY, WI The Village of Port Edwards will receive and accept bids ONLY through QuestCDN.com via the online electronic bid service (QuestvBid) for the construction of Village of Port Edwards 6th Street Road Extension until 9:00 AM, March 11, 2021. All bids will be downloaded and publicly read aloud at MSA Professional Services, Inc., 146 North Central Avenue, Suite 201, Marshfield, WI 54449 at that time. Virtual attendance will be available to bidders. The work for which bids are asked includes the following: Approximately 475 feet of curb and gutter Paving approximately 425 feet and installing 1.5 to 3-inches of asphalt Installation of an inlet in line with the existing inlet The anticipated substantial completion date is May 14, 2021 and final completion date is May 28, 2021. Planholders list will be updated interactively on our web address at http://www.msa-ps.com under Bidding. Copies of the BIDDING DOCUMENTS are available at www.questcdn.com. QuestCDN Vbid system requires Bidders to purchase BIDDING DOCUMENTS from QuestCDN. You may download the digital plan documents for $40 by inputting Quest eBidDoc #7550752 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with the digital project information. No proposal will be accepted unless accompanied by a certified check or bid bond equal to at least 5% of the amount bid, payable to the OWNER as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 15 days after the award of the contract. BIDDER is required to deliver the original certified check or bid bond within the 72 hours of bid opening to MSA Professional Services, Inc., Attn: Dan Borchardt, P.E., 146 North Central Avenue, Suite 201, Marshfield, WI 54449. The certified check or bid bond will be returned to the bidder as soon as the contract is signed, and if after 15 days the bidder shall fail to do so, the certified check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the OWNER as liquidated damages. No bidder may withdraw his bid within 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. Pursuant to Section 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes, the minimum wages to be paid on the project shall be in accordance with the wage rate scale established by local wage rates. OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Published by the authority of the Village Of Port Edwards. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 146 North Central Ave., Suite 201 Marshfield, WI 54449 Daniel Borchardt, P.E. (715) 304-0448 Run: Feb. 22, Mar. 1, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received by the Brown County Public Works Department at the Main Highway Shop Office at 2198 Glendale Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54303, until 2:00 p.m., Thursday, March 4, 2021, for the following equipment: THREE (3) ONE-WAY DUMP BODIES, HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS, AND SALT SPREADER CONTROLS TO BE FURNISHED AND DELIVERED TO THE BROWN COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT FOR INSTALLATION ON NEW QUAD-AXLE DUMP TRUCKS The Public Works Department reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted, or to accept any part or combination thereof, to waive any technicalities, and to accept any proposal deemed most advantageous to Brown County. Proposals shall be submitted on Brown County Public Works Department forms and specifications; which may be obtained by accessing the Brown County website @ www.browncountywi.gov, Departments, Public Works Highway, Bids & RFP's. Any proposal submitted after the date and time specified will be rejected. A certified check, cashier's check, or bid bond payable to the Brown County Public Works Department in the amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the quotation, shall accompany each quotation as a guarantee that if the quotation is accepted, the proposer will carry out the provisions of the proposal. FOR: BROWN COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT BY: PAUL A. FONTECCHIO, P.E. Highway Commissioner / Director Run: Feb. 25, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROPOSALS The Town of Washington is looking for proposals for a Service Agreement for its transfer station operations beginning March 22, 2021. A multi-year agreement (up to five years) is requested. The Town of Washington utilizes several stations for collection of mainstream waste, C & D waste, and co-mingled recycling material. The agreement should include two 42-yard boxes that would need to be provided to rotate onto the town owned compactor for mainstream waste, two 30-yard boxes (owned by the town) for C & D waste (hauler would need to provide one box for rotation), and two 42-yard boxes to rotate for co-mingled recycling material. Approximate yearly amounts of waste are 400 tons of mainstream waste, 100 tons of C & D waste, and 70 tons of co-mingled recycling materials. This would be an on-call service with no set times of when the boxes would be changed out. The town would be open to proposals to consider alternatives to the current system of station utilization as it relates to owned/leased boxes and other considerations as to the removal system now in place. Those in need of additional information and/or an inspection of current operations are requested to contact the Director of Public Works: Jonathan Mann at (920) 535-0979. Sealed proposals for consideration must be received by the Town prior to 4 pm on Tuesday, March 16, 2021, and will be opened during the Regular Town Board meeting on March 17, 2021. Proposals must be sealed within an opaque envelope labeled: "Transfer Station Proposal", and delivered by post to: Town of Washington P.O. Box 220, Washington Island WI. 54246, or received at the Town Office located at 910 Main Road, Washington Island WI. 54246. The Town of Washington reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted, or to accept any part or combination thereof, to waive any technicalities, and to accept any proposal deemed most advantageous to the Town of Washington. Valerie Carpenter, Town Clerk/Treasurer Run: February 24, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR SEALED BIDS Subject: Bid No. B21-0138 NCMMTC Instructional Space Renovation Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Marinette, Wisconsin Northeast Wisconsin Technical College will receive stipulated sum proposals for furnishing all labor and material called out in the Drawings and Project Manual for the above-mentioned project until 2:00 p.m. CST on March 2, 2021. NWTC intends to award a contract to the lowest responsible bidder meeting specifications on a fixed fee and stipulated sum price the contractor is required to bid where indicated on the NWTC bid form. Sealed Bids should be mailed or emailed to the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, District Office, 2740 W. Mason St., Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303. If sent by mail, Bids should be addressed to Purchasing Department, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, 2740 W. Mason St., Green Bay, WI 54303. If sent by email, bids should be sent to proposals@nwtc.edu. Any proposal received without the subject line of the email not properly and clearly marked may result in the proposal being rejected. It is the responsibility of the bidder to ensure the proposal is received on time. Any proposals received after the specified due date and time will be rejected. Late proposals will be rejected unopened, regardless of the degree of lateness or the reasons for lateness, including reasons beyond the control of the supplier. Sealed Bids will be opened at a Public Opening immediately after the Bid Due Time and read aloud via a virtual meeting. If you would like to attend the public bid opening please send a request to proposals@nwtc.edu to obtain a link to the virtual meeting before 10:00 AM CST, on the bid opening date, March 2, 2021. The project is located at North Coast Marine Manufacturing Training Center in Marinette, Wisconsin. The scope of work will include architectural, electrical, fire protection and HVAC work as required to make one instructional classroom larger. The original instructional classroom is approximately 291 sq ft. After the renovation, the classroom with be approximately 560 sq ft. The work will include but is not limited to: demo an existing wall, door and all associated electrical components, constructing two new walls, replacing/patching ceiling grid and tile, replacing floor finishes, painting walls, patching drywall, relocating light fixtures, relocating sprinkler heads and reworking the HVAC system. Work on this project will consist of a single lump sum contract for all work. Bidding documents will be available after 4:00 pm, February 16, 2021 from the Blue Print Service Company, Inc., 2350 W Pershing St, Appleton WI 54914. Instructions for downloading electronic (.pdf) copies or requesting paper copies and pricing can be obtained by visiting their website: www.blueprintservice.com. Costs for obtaining paper copies of the bidding documents are at the expense of the bidder. NWTC supports the promotion and development of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) firms and encourages such firms to participate in the invitation to bid on this and other college projects. Bid Security is required. The accepted Bidder(s) will be required to provide a Performance, Labor and Material Payment Bond, and a Certificate of Insurance listing NWTC as "additional insured". Bids must be guaranteed for a minimum period of sixty days from the date of bid opening. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Contract award is contingent upon funds availability, budget considerations and any Federal or State Public Health Orders. Run: February 11, 18, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT TO BID OMRO ROAD UTILITY RELOCATION CONTRACT 1-2021 TOWN OF ALGOMA SANITARY DISTRICT NO. 1 Sealed Bids for the construction of the Omro Road Utility Relocation, Contract 1-2021 will be received by Town of Algoma Sanitary District No. 1 at 3477 Miller Drive, Oshkosh, WI 54904 until March 10, 2021, local time on 10 A.M., at which time the Bids will be downloaded and read aloud publicly via teleconference. The login information for the teleconference is as follows: 608-571-7149, Conference ID 449389691#. The Work includes installation of approximately 300 linear feet of gravity sanitary sewer, 400 linear feet of water main, 75 linear feet of sanitary force main, 30 manhole casting adjustments, 25 water valve box adjustments, and appurtenances. Complete digital Project Bidding Documents are available at www.strand.com or at www.questcdn.com. Download the digital Bidding Documents for $30 by inputting Quest project number 7577269 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at (952) 233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance with free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. 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 advertisement. The Issuing Office is Strand Associates, Inc.® 910 West Wingra Drive, Madison, WI 53715. All Bidders submitting a sealed Bid shall obtain the Bidding Documents from QuestCDN.com. Bidders who submit a Bid must be a Plan Holder of record at the Issuing Office. Bids from Bidders who are not on the Plan Holders List may be returned as not being responsive. Plan Holders are requested to provide an e-mail address if they wish to receive addenda and other information electronically. Plan Holders are requested to designate whether they are a prime contractor, subcontractor, or supplier if they want this information posted on the project Plan Holders List. The Bid must be accompanied by Bid security made payable to OWNER in an amount of 10% of the Bidder's maximum Bid price. The Town of Algoma Sanitary District No. 1 reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, to waive any technicality, and to accept any Bid which it deems advantageous. All Bids shall remain subject to acceptance for 85 days after the time set for receiving Bids. Contract award shall be made based on the lowest responsive and responsible Bidder. Prospective Bidders are required to complete and submit a prequalification questionnaire with supporting documents to OWNER (see Instructions to Bidders). Prequalification forms will be provided with Bidding Document sets. Completed forms are to be submitted no later than 10 A.M., local time, on March 5, 2021. The Strand Associates, Inc.® project manager is Josh Straka and can be contacted at Strand Associates, Inc.®, 910 West Wingra Drive, Madison, WI 53715, (608) 251-4843 regarding the project. Published by the authority of the Town of Algoma Sanitary District No. 1 Kevin Mraz, Director of Public Utilities Dated at Town of Algoma Sanitary District No. 1, Wisconsin Feb. 24, March 3, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENTS FOR BIDS Contractors are invited to bid on the Village of Weston Municipal Facility located at 5500 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476, as described in the Drawings and Specifications dated February 23, 2021 as prepared by: Kueny Architects, LLC 10505 Corporate Drive, Suite 100, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin 53158. Phone number (414) 690-3197 jonw@kuenyarch.com A Pre-Bid meeting will be held on March 10, 2021 at 10:00 AM at Site location 4707 Camp Philips Road, Weston WI 54476. Sealed Bids will be received by the Village of Weston 5500 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 on March 23, 2021 at the receptionist's desk in the main office up until 2:00 PM Central Standard Time. At that time Bids will be opened publicly read aloud for consideration by the Owner. The project consists of an 114,400 sq. ft. two Story New Municipal Center Building to be constructed at Camp Philips Road. Project to included Municipal Offices, Fleet Storage and Maintenance, Salt Storage, and related site work. Bids will be based on a single lump sum for the following separate Contracts: 1. General The Contract Documents, including Plans and Specifications are on file with: 1. McGraw Hill / Dodge 4. Bid Tool 7. Blue Book 2. Bid Ocean Inc. 5. Daily Reporter 3. La Force Inc. 6. AGC Builders Exchange Plans and Specification may be access online from BPI Inc.'s project portal, send an email to dfs@bpicolor.com with the project name in the subject line. Include the Company Name, Contact Person, and a valid email address that can receive correspondence regarding the project. Contact BPI (414) 327-5010 with any questions. Bidders may be required to submit a brief statement of their qualifications to the Architect before submitting a Bid. All Bidders will be required to submit a complete list of subcontractors with their proposals. within 24 hours after bid due date. All Bids will remain firm for a period of 90 days after the opening date. A certified check or a satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the Bidder and satisfactory Surety Company in the amount of 10% of the Bid made payable to The Village of Weston, shall accompany each bid. Successful Bidders will be required to furnish and pay for a satisfactory Performance Bond, and Labor and Materials Bond in the amount of 100% of the Contract. The Owner reserves the right to accept or reject any and all Bids in their best interest. Run: February 16, 23, 2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the Town of Pittsfield at 4862 Kunesh Road until 10:00 am local time, Tuesday, March 2, 2021.For: Town of Pittsfield, 2021 Road Construction.The project consists of adding stone to existing asphalt road (Woodside Drive), pulverizing, grading and asphalt paving.Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $20.00 by imputing Quest project number 7559321 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. An optional paper set of project documents is also available for a nonrefundable price of $50.00 per set, which includes applicable sales tax and shipping. Please make your check payable to Mead & Hunt, Inc. and send it to 1702 Lawrence Drive, De Pere, WI 54115. Please contact us at (920) 496-0500 if you have any questions.Prequalification of bidders will not be required.Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.The OWNER reserves the right to accept or reject any bids which may be advantageous to the OWNER.No bid shall be withdrawn after the opening of bids without the consent of the OWNER for a period of sixty (60) days after the scheduled time of receiving bids.Each bidder must deposit, with his bid, security in the amount of 5% of his bid in accordance with the conditions provided in the Instructions to Bidders. Published by the authority of the Town of Pittsfield. By Keith Deneys, Chairman 02/16 02/23/2021 WNAXLP


ADVERTISMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the Town of Scott at 2621 Jody Drive, New Franken, WI 54229 until 10:00 am local time, Thursday, March 4, 2021. For: Bay Settlement Road and Van Lanen Road Reconstruction, Contract A-2021 The project consists of: Reconstruction of one mile of Bay Settlement Road to an urban section including storm sewer, rock excavation, base course and asphalt pavement and reconditioning of 3,600 feet of Van Lanen Road. Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $20.00 by imputing Quest project number 7594535 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. An optional paper set of project documents is also available for a nonrefundable price of $50.00 per set, which includes applicable sales tax and shipping. Please make your check payable to Mead & Hunt, Inc. and send it to 1702 Lawrence Drive, De Pere, WI 54115. Please contact us at (920) 496-0500 if you have any questions. Prequalification of bidders will not be required. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The OWNER reserves the right to accept or reject any bids which may be advantageous to the OWNER. No bid shall be withdrawn after the opening of bids without the consent of the OWNER for a period of sixty (60) days after the scheduled time of receiving bids. Each bidder must deposit, with his bid, security in the amount of 5% of his bid in accordance with the conditions provided in the Instructions to Bidders. Published by the authority of the Town of Scott. By: Mike Van Lanen, Chairman Run: Feb. 18 & 25, 2021 WNAXLP


AGENDA GREEN BAY METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT COMMISSION MEETING February 24, 2021 Via Zoom Videoconference (If a member of the public or a customer would like to participate in the meeting, please contact NEW Water at 920-432-4893 for access to the videoconference) 8:30 a.m. Vision: Protecting our most valuable resource, water 1) Safety moment. 2) Nicolet National Bank economic and financial market update. 3) Convene in closed session under State Statute 19.85 (1) (g) for the purpose of conferring with legal counsel for the Commission who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the Commission with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved: a) Litigation involving Bayview Interceptor b) Potential litigation resulting from the failure of the granulated activated carbon system of the fluidized bed incinerator c) Potential litigation resulting from wastewater spillage during construction of the Dutchman Creek Interceptor stream crossings d) Potential litigation resulting from erroneous readings of biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) analyzer 4) Reconvene in open session. 5) Request Commission approval of the proposed settlement of claims resulting from erroneous readings of biochemical oxygen demand (BOD). 6) Approval of minutes of Commission meeting held January 27, 2021. 7) Preliminary December financials. 8) Request Commission approval of Contract 35 Solids Building 300 Demolition Work Change Directive No. 12 amount from $200,000 to $275,000. 9) Sewer plan approvals: a) Town of Lawrence Project #L0017-9-20-00292; GBMSD Request #2021-03 b) Town of Lawrence Project #L0017-9-20-00292; GBMSD Request #2021-04 c) 2021 City of De Pere Sanitary Sewer Projects; GBMSD Request #2021-07 d) Town of Lawrence Project #L0017-9-21-00127; GBMSD Request #2021-08 10) Wisconsin Pollution Discharge Elimination System permit renewal update. 11) NEW Watershed Program Adaptive Management update. 12) Update of projects: a) Contract 35 Solids Building 300 Demolition b) Effluent Reuse Pump Station and Force Main 13) January 2021 Operations report. 14) Executive Director's report: a) March Commission meeting b) Executive Director approved agreements c) Scott Dequaine accepted the Lab Analyst II position d) Colin Clark accepted the Lab Analyst I position e) Billie Komorowski accepted the Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator position f) COVID-19 paid leave statistics g) COVID-19 update h) NEW Water receives the NACWA 2021 National Environmental Achievement Award i) PFAS update Run: FEB 23, 2021 WNAXLP


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AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-01-01 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-01-01, January 21, 2021 granting the rezoning application of Phyllis Glynn Trust to rezone the following described property from Forest District to Rural Residential District. Tax Parcel #008-511804833 and 008-5219020221, Part of Section 18 and 19, T31N, R18E, Town of Brazeau. 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 01/12/2021 - BLE Run: February 10, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-01-02 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-01-02, January 21, 2021 granting the rezoning application of Edward and Cyndie Reinheimer to rezone the following described property from Forest District to Rural Residential District. Tax Parcel #019-37270404C, Part of Section 27, T33N, R16E, Town of Lakewood. 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 1/12/2021 - BLE Run: February 10, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-01-03 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-01-03, January 21, 2021 granting the rezoning application of George and Jane Wos to rezone the following described property from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District. Tax Parcel #022-202601234A1, Part of Section 26, T29N, R21E, Town of Little River. 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 01/12/2021 - BLE Run: February 10, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-01-04 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-01-04, January 21, 2021 granting the rezoning application of Daniel Hansen; Frederick & Janice Konitzer to rezone the following described property from Forest District and Agricultural District to Residential Single Family District and Rural Residential District. Tax Parcel #026-282801333, Part of Section 28 and 33, T29N, R18E, Town of Maple Valley. 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 01/12/2021 - BLE Run: February 10, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-01-05 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-01-05, January 21, 2021 granting the rezoning application of Ronald Pitroski Living Trust to rezone the following described property from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District. Tax Parcel #034-071200111 and 034-180700722, Part of Section 12, T27N, R20E, 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 01/12/2021 - BLE Run: February 10, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-01-06 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-01-06, January 21, 2021 granting the rezoning application of Arnold and John Anderson, et al to rezone the following described property from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District. Tax Parcel #038-313102144B, Part of Section 31, T29N, R19E, Town of Spruce. 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 01/12/2021- BLE Run: February 10, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-02-01 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-02-01, February 18, 2021 granting the rezoning application of Larry Birr; Allan Birr; Betty Birr to rezone the following described property from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District. Tax Parcel #012-05050033A; 012-05050033; 012-05050033C, Part of Section 5, T26N, R19E, Town of Chase. 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 02.10.2021- BLE Run: February 24, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-02-02 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-02-02, February 18, 2021 granting the rezoning application of Chris Augustine to rezone the following described property from Agricultural District to Residential Single Family District. Tax Parcel #024-293301222H, Part of Section 33, T26N, R20E, Town of Little Suamico. 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 02.10.2021- BLE Run: February 24, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-02-03 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-02-03, February 18, 2021 granting the rezoning application of John & Regina Boettcher to rezone the following described property from Agricultural District to Rural Residential District. Tax Parcel #028-353501233, Part of Section 35, T27N, R19E, Town of Morgan. 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 02.10.2021 - BLE Run: February 24, 2021 WNAXLP


AMENDATORY ORDINANCE - A2021-02-04 The Oconto County Board of Supervisors enacted an Amendatory Ordinance A2021-02-04, February 18, 2021 granting the rezoning application of Maass Construction, LLC to rezone the following described property from Forest District to Residential Single Family District. Tax Parcel #042-323203821A, Part of Section 32, T33N, R15E, Town of Townsend. 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 02.10.2021 - BLE Run: February 24, 2021 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 February 17, 2021 and approved by the Mayor on the 17th day of February 2021, and become effective with this publication. 1-21 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 1/6/2021) 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 1000 North Ballard Road (Parcel Number: 31-1-1372-00) (aka The Refuge Foundation for the Arts), including to the centerline of the adjacent right-of-way and the Fox River, from P-I Public Institutional District to C-1 Neighborhood Mixed Use District. (Rezoning #10-20 The Refuge (Property Owner: Fox River Environmental Education Alliance Inc.)) LEGAL DESCRIPTION: CSM 6785 LOT 1 (DOC2011581) BEING ALL OF LOT 1 CSM 910; ALL OF LOTS 13 THRU 17 BLK1 GREEN GROVE PLAT; ALL OF LOTS 4 THRU 12 PLAT OF WAUBUN PLACE; PRT VAC HAMMOND AVE; PRT GL2 SEC30 T21 N R18# AND PRT SW1/4 FR AC SW1/4 SEC19 T21N R 18E, CITY OF APPLETON, OUTAGAMIE COUNTY, WISCONSIN, INCLUDING TO THE CENTERLINE OF BALLARD ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY, THE FOX RIVER AND THE WESTERN PORTION OF EAST HAMMOND AVENUE RIGHT-OF-WAY. COMMON DESCRIPTION: 1000 North Ballard Road, including to the centerline of the adjacent right-of-way and the Fox River 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. 4-21 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 2/17/2021) 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 part of the lands located at 7476 North Purdy Parkway (Tax Id #31-1-9203-36) and a portion of the North Purdy Parkway right-of-way from R-1B Single-Family District to NC Nature Conservancy District. (Rezoning #11-20 YMCA of the Fox Cities, owner and Schuler & Associates, Inc., applicant) LEGAL DESCRIPTION: PART OF LOT 136 OF APPLE HILL FARMS III AS DOCUMENT NO. 1697626 AND PART OF ADJACENT PURDY PARKWAY RIGHT-OF-WAY, LOCATED IN THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 22 NORTH, RANGE 18 EAST, CITY OF APPLETON, OUTAGAMIE COUNTY, WISCONSIN BEING DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID LOT 136; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 45 MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID LOT 136, A DISTANCE OF 184.21 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 65 DEGREES 15 MINUTES 50 SECONDS WEST 47.37 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 45 MINUTES 46 SECONDS WEST 138.00 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID LOT 136; THENCE SOUTH 81 DEGREES 32 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST 30.00 FEET; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG THE CENTERLINE OF PURDY PARKWAY, 19.67 FEET, ALONG THE ARC OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, HAVING A RADIUS OF 1000.00 FEET AND A CHORD THAT BEARS NORTH 09 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 49 SECONDS WEST 19.67 FEET; THENCE NORTH 80 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST 30.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING 3,821 SQUARE FEET (0.088 ACRES) OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, INCLUDING THE ADJACENT 1/2 ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY OF NORTH PURDY PARKWAY. COMMON DESCRIPTION: Part of 7476 North Purdy Parkway (Tax Id #31-1-9203-36) and a portion of North Purdy Parkway right-of-way 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. 5-21 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 2/17/2021) 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 675 East Edgewood Drive (Tax Id #31-6-5824-00) included in the "Cain" Annexation from Temporary AG Agricultural District to R-1A Single-Family District. (Rezoning #1-21 Cain Annexation) LEGAL DESCRIPTION: A part of the West One-half (W 1/2 ) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4 ) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4 ) of Section Eleven (11), Township Twenty-one (21) North, Range Seventeen (17) East, City of Appleton, Outagamie County, Wisconsin, and being further described as follows: Commencing at the Northeast corner of said Section 11; Thence South 88°40'17" West 659.12 feet coincident with the North line of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 11; Thence South 00°30'17" East 50.00 feet to the point of beginning; Thence continue South 00°30'17" East 167.80 feet; Thence South 88°40'17" West 200.00 feet; Thence North 00°30'17" West 167.80 feet; Thence North 88°40'17" East 200.00 feet to the point of beginning. COMMON DESCRIPTION: 675 East Edgewood Drive (Tax Id #31-6-5824-00) included in the "Cain" Annexation 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. /s/Jacob A. Woodford, Mayor /s/Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: Feb. 22, 2021 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 February 3, 2021 and approved by the Mayor on the 3rd day of February 2021, and become effective with this publication. 3-21 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 104-20 ANNEXING TERRITORY TO THE CITY OF APPLETON, WISCONSIN. (Sequoia Drive (right-of-way) Annexation) MBR No. 14337 The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1. Territory Annexed. In accordance with §66.0217 of the Wisconsin Statutes for 2017 2018 and the Unanimous Petition for Direct Annexation filed with the City Clerk on September 10, 2020, the following described territory in the Town of Grand Chute and the Town of Vandenbroek, Outagamie County, Wisconsin, lying contiguous to the City of Appleton, is hereby annexed to the City of Appleton, Wisconsin: Part of Tax Key #101153201, 101153500, 200012500 and 200012700 A part of Lot 2 of Certified Survey Map No. 5163 filed in Volume 29 of Certified Survey Maps on Page 5163 as Document No.1676059, a part of the East 1/2 of the Fractional Northwest 1/4 and a part of the West 1/2 of the Fractional Northeast 1/4 of Section 5, Township 21 North, Range 18 East, Town of Grand Chute and the Town of Vandenbroek, Outagamie County, Wisconsin, containing 3.3251 Acres (144,841 sq. ft.) of land and being more fully described by: Commencing at the N 1/4 corner of said Section 5; Thence South 00°16'59" West 33.00 feet along the West line of the Fractional NE 1/4 of said Section 5 to the Point of Beginning; Thence South 89°33'00" East 33.02 feet along the South line of Broadway Drive; Thence South 00°31'45" West 1,347.02 feet; Thence Southwesterly 400.24 feet along the arc of curve to the right having a radius of 335.00 feet and the chord of which bears South 34°45'22" West 376.86 feet; Thence Southwesterly 312.44 feet along the arc of a curve to the left having a radius of 265.00 feet and the chord of which bears South 35°12'24" West 294.66 feet; Thence South 01°25'49" West 9.99 feet; Thence North 88°35'21" West 70.00 feet; Thence North 01°25'49" East 10.01 feet; Thence Northeasterly 394.97 feet along the arc of curve to the right having a radius of 335.00 feet and the chord of which bears North 35°12'24" East 372.49 feet; Thence Northeasterly 316.61 feet along the arc of a curve to the left having a radius of 265.00 feet and the chord of which bears North 34°45'22" East 298.11 feet; Thence North 00°31'45" East 1,347.07 feet; Thence South 89°18'26" East 36.81 feet; Thence South 89°33'00" East 0.17 feet to the point of beginning. The current population of such territory is 0 people. Section 2. Effect of Annexation. From and after the date of this ordinance, the territory described in Section 1 shall be a part of the City of Appleton for any and all purposes provided by law and all persons coming or residing within such territory shall be subject to all ordinances, rules and regulations governing the City of Appleton. Section 3. Ward Designation. The territory on the WEST (Town of Grand Chute) side of the road/right-of-way, as well as those areas marked as C1 and C2 on the attached map, are hereby made a part of the Thirty-ninth (39th) Ward, attached to the Thirteenth (13th) Aldermanic District and the EAST (Town of Vandenbroek) side of the road/right-of-way is hereby made a part of the newly created Sixty-second (62nd) Ward, attached to the Thirteenth (13th) Aldermanic District of the City of Appleton, Outagamie County, subject to the ordinances, rules and regulations of the City governing wards. Section 4. Zoning Classification. The territory described in Section 1 is hereby zoned as follows, pursuant to §66.0217(7)(a), Stats., and §23-65(e), Appleton Municipal Code: Temporary AG District (Temporary Agricultural District) Section 5. Severability. If any provision of this ordinance is invalid or unconstitutional, or if the application of this ordinance to any person or circumstances is invalid or unconstitutional, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the other provisions or applications of this ordinance, which can be given without the invalid or unconstitutional provision or application. Section 6. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication. Dated: February 3, 2021 /s/Jacob A. Woodford, Mayor /s/Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: Feb. 10, 2021 WNAXLP


ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE Tuesday, March 2, 2021, 1:30 PM 2800 South Taylor Drive Sheboygan, WI Acuity, A Mutual Insurance Co. Policyholders' Meeting for the purpose of electing directors whose terms expire in 2021 and transacting such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Shane A. Paltzer, Assistant Secretary Run: February 16, 2021 WNAXLP


Annual Publication of Significant Violators Public Notice of Significant Industrial Pollution. Violation of The -Neenah Menasha Sewerage Commission Pretreatment Program Listed below are industrial user(s) that were found in significant non-compliance with their wastewater discharge permit categorical limits and the requirements of 40 CFR 403 (General Pretreatment Regulations) during the 2020 reporting year. Industry Name: Neenah Foundry Co. Address: 2121 Brooks Avenue Neenah, WI 54956 Violation: Exceedance of zinc limit, Action Taken: Neenah Foundry is implementing improvements to their pretreatment system to consistently reduce the zinc level below the permit limit. NF is back in compliance as of October 28, 2020. Run: Feb. 17, 2021 WNAXLP


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APPLICATION FOR INTOXICATING LIQUOR/FERMENTED MALT LICENSE The following has made application for an Intoxicating Liquor / Fermented Malt License in the City of Oshkosh, the granting of which is now pending: COMBINATION "CLASS B" LICENSE (FEBRUARY 9, 2021 thru JUNE 30, 2021) NAME AND ADDRESS: LOCATION OF PREMISES: JOCKEY CLUB (PBK Enterprises LLC)24 E Gruenwald Ave Agent: Paula Britton, 833 Vine Avenue Runs: Feb. 5, 6, 77, 2021 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that: The Ginger House LLC/ The Ginger House Andrew Pirrung, Agent "Class A" and Class "A" Liquor License residing in Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Gibraltar for a retail License to sell fermented malt beverages and intoxicating liquors for the period ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 9114 Hwy. 42. Dated February 24, 2021 /s/ Beth Hagen, Clerk Run: February 24, 2021 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that Get Rea Cafe, LLC, Veronica Janice Ripp (Agent) residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class C Wine for the period beginning March 17, 2021 and ending June 30, 2021, at the building situated on 43 S. Madison Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Dated 2-15-21 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: February 27, 2021 WNAXLP


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BID NOTICE The Town of Saratoga will receive bids for insurance for the Town. Bids can be sent to the Town of Saratoga, 1120 State Highway 73 South, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494. All bids must be received by February 16, 2021. Bids will be reviewed and possibly acted upon at the meeting on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. The Town of Saratoga reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept the bid deemed most advantageous to the Town. For more information call (715) 325-5204. Heidi Kawleski, Clerk Run: Feb. 7, 2021 WNAXLP


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Brown County is accepting bids for the renovation of bunkers at the Golf Course located in Hobart, WI. A mandatory virtual pre-bid meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 9:00am CST. Specifications are available on-line at: www.browncountywi.gov, Departments > Purchasing > Open Projects > Project 2415 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 CST on Monday, March 1, 2021. Submit in a sealed envelope marked "Project 2415". 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 920-448-4040 if assistance is required. Published by Authority of Golf Course By Patrick W. Moynihan, Jr. Brown County Clerk Run: February 8, 2021 WNAXLP


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By the court: Circuit Court Judge Todd P. Wolf Filed: February 19th, 2021 State of Wisconsin, Circuit court, Wood County IN THE MATTER OF THE NAME CHANGE OF: Zachary Frasier Rustad NOTICE AND ORDER FOR NAME CHANGE HEARING Case No. 21CV70 NOTICE IS GIVEN: A petition was filed asking to change the name of the person listed above: From: Zachary Frasier Rustad To: Jacob Martein Avila Birth Certificate: Zachary Frasier Rustad IT IS ORDERED: This petition will be heard in the Circuit Court of Wood County, State of Wisconsin: Judge: Hon. Gregory Potter Place: Wood County Courthouse-BR 1 400 Market St Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 Date: April 7th, 2021 Time: 9:00 A.M. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED: Notice of this hearing shall be given by publication as a Class 3 notice for three (3) weeks in a row prior to the date of the hearing in a newspaper published in Wood County, State of Wisconson. 2/26 3/5 3/12/2021 WNAXLP


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Case No. 20 IN 253 Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT WOOD COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Karen L. Yonker, Deceased. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth 11/21/1949 and date of death 05/08/2016, was domiciled in Wood County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 7144 HWY 186 Vesper, WI 54489. 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decendent's estate is May 21, 2021. 5. A claim may be filed at the Wood County Courthouse, 400 Market Street Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494, Wisconsin, Room 308. Form completed by: Robert Kryshak Nash Law Group Attorneys at Law, S.C. 170 3rd Street North, PO Box 997 Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495-0997 Telephone: 715.423.8200 Bar Number: 1008286 Run: Feb 17, 24, and March 3, 2021 WNAXLP


Case No. 20SC000156 SMALL CLAIMS AMENDED SUMMONS STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT TAYLOR COUNTY SECURA INSURANCE AS SUBROGEE OF GERRY FRENCH Plaintiff, vs. NICHOLE E ODELL Defendant. TO: NICHOLE E ODELL 3521 PATTI DR APT 3 PLOVER WI 54467 You are being sued by: SECURA INSURANCE AS SUBROGEE OF GERRY FRENCH in the Small Claims Court of TAYLOR County, located at 224 S 2 ST MEDFORD WI 54451. A hearing will be held at 9:00 a.m. on March 4, 2021. 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 February 2, 2021. KOHN LAW FIRM S.C. ELECTRONICALLY SIGNED BY: /S/JENNIFER L. ANDERSON JENNIFER L. ANDERSON Plaintiff's Attorney State Bar No. 1030556 735 N. Water St., Suite 1300 Milwaukee, WI 53202 (414) 276-0435 Run: February 9, 2021 WNAXLP


Case No. 21PR44 Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, WINNEBAGO COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ARLEN LEROY SCHROEDER PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth 06-16-1933 and date of death 01-15-2021 , was domiciled in WINNEBAGO County, State of WISCONSIN , with a mailing address of 253 CRESTVIEW AVENUE, NEENAH, WI 54956 . 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent's estate is [Date] May 18, 2021 . 5. A claim may be filed at the Winnebago County Courthouse, Oshkosh , Wisconsin, Room 242 . Form completed by: James A. Kearney 675 Deerwood Avenue Neenah, WI 54956 Telephone: 920-725-6260 Bar Number: 1005653 Run: Feb 11, 18, 25, 2021 WNAXLP


Case No. 21PR46 Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, BROWN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF BARBARA L. VANDER GRINTEN PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decendant, with date of birth June 6, 1937 and date of death January 11, 2021, was domiciled in Brown County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 1515 Belmont Road, Green Bay, WI 54313. 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decendant's estate is May 21, 2021. 5. A claim may be filed at Brown County Courthouse, Green Bay, Wisconsin, Room 160. Form completed by: Attorney Daniel J. Duke Hanaway Ross, S.C. 345 S Jefferson Street Green Bay, WI 54301 Telephone: (920) 432-3381 Bar Number: 1020745 Run: Feb 11, 18, 25, 2021 WNAXLP


CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF WISCONSIN CHILDREN'S DIVISION MILWAUKEE COUNTY In the Interest of: DM(03/24/2008) Child Under the Age of Eighteen NOTICE OF HEARING Family No: 04027986 CCAP No.: 2018JC000311 To: Christopher Meyer 19 Seminole Court Appleton, WI 54914 Adjudicated Father of DM NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at a regular session of the Circuit Court of Milwaukee County, Children's Division, to be held on February 17, 2021, at 2:00 p.m., in the Court Room 2421 in BR. 41 Vel R. Phillips Juvenile Justice Center, 10201 Watertown Plank Road, in the City of Wauwatosa and County of Milwaukee, State of Wisconsin, there will be a hearing in the matter of the Petition for Guardianship and will concern said child, at which time an order may be made affecting the transfer of legal care, control, custody and guardianship of said child. This hearing will be conducted remotely. To access this hearing, you must contact the Branch 41 check-in clerk at (414) 372-6651. If you fail to appear remotely at such hearing, an order may be entered affecting the transfer of legal care, control, custody and guardianship of said child. Ryan T. Sanson Assistant District Attorney Bar No.: 1081077 10201 Watertown Plank Road Wauwatosa, WI 53226 (414) 257-7725 Run: February 10, 2021 WNAXLP


CITIZEN HEARING NOTICE CITY OF NEENAH 2021 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM The City of Neenah Department of Community Development will conduct a citizen hearing to receive comments for the City of Neenah 2021 Annual Action Plan and the use of the City's 2021 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). HEARING DATE: Wednesday, February 10, 2021 TIME: 4:00 P.M. PLACE: Virtual Meeting and Hauser Committee Room Neenah City Hall 211 Walnut Street Neenah, Wisconsin Web Link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/189104877 Conference Telephone Number: +1 (224) 501-3412 Access Code: 189-104-877 The City of Neenah anticipates receiving approximately $200,000 after June 1, 2021 through the Community Development Block Grant program, and estimates having $30,000 available from program income. Federal law requires that at least 70% of the funds received in the program years 2021, 2022, and 2023 be designated for activities that benefit low and moderate-income persons. Eligible activities that may be undertaken with program funds include public service activities, housing and economic development activities, and program administrative support and planning. All interested citizens, especially those having low and moderate incomes, are encouraged to attend the hearing and state their views on housing and community development needs, and make suggestions as to the use of CDBG funds. These needs and suggestions will be considered for inclusion in the Annual Action Plan. Applications for funding are due by Monday, March 1, 2021, and are available at www.ci.neenah.wi.us or at Neenah Department of Community Development, Room 313, 211 Walnut Street, Neenah, Wisconsin 54956. Those interested in the program who have not applied previously are encouraged to contact the Department of Community Development at 920-886-6128 for further information. Non-English speaking persons and persons with disabilities are encouraged to attend. Persons needing accommodations are asked to contact the Department of Community Development at (920) 886-6128 at least 24 hours in advance of the hearing. Written comments and proposals may be submitted until March 1, 2021 to the Department of Community Development, 211 Walnut Street, Neenah, WI 54956. Phone (920) 886-6128, email ckasimor@ci.neenah.wi.us February 3, 2021 Neenah Department of Community Development Run: Feb. 3, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Legislative Chambers 160 S Macy Street February 10, 2021 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER Roll Call Present: Arletta Allen, Daniel Degner, Ben Giles, Alicia Hans, Brian Kolstad, virtual, Kay Miller, Donna Richards Absent: None CONSENT AGENDA January 27, 2021 Council Minutes List Of Claims Dated February 3, 2021 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve the consent agenda and seconded by Arletta Allen, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards ACTION ITEMS Resolution No. 8918 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve Resolution No. 8918 authorizing the City of Fond du Lac to file applications for financial assistance from State of Wisconsin Environmental Improvement Fund and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards ADJOURN Adjourn To Closed Session 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. The Subject Of The Closed Session Is: Economic Development Opportunity These Subjects Are Exempt Under Wisconsin Statutes Section 19.85 (1) (e) A Motion was made by Kay Miller to adjourn to closed session at 7:35 p.m. and seconded by Alicia Hans, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Margaret Hefter, City Clerk Run: Feb 28, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Legislative Chambers 160 S Macy Street January 27, 2021 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER Roll Call Present: Arletta Allen, Daniel Degner, Ben Giles, Alicia Hans, Brian Kolstad, virtual, Kay Miller Donna Richards Absent: None PUBLIC HEARINGS Adoption Of The 2040 Comprehensive Plan President Kolstad opened the Public Hearing. Wrote in support of 2040 Comprehensive Plan: Resident: Jennifer Sunstrom, REALTORS Association of Northeast Wisconsin With no one else wishing to speak President Kolstad declared the Public Hearing closed. CONSENT AGENDA January 13, 2021 Council Minutes List Of Claims Dated January 20, 2021 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve the consent agenda and seconded by Arletta Allen, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards ACTION ITEMS "Class B" Intoxicating Liquor and Class "B" Fermented Malt Beverage Change Of Agent A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve change of agent for South Hills Golf and County Club to Jacqueline Runge and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Class "B" Fermented Malt Beverage & "Class C" Wine License A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve "Class B" Fermented Malt Beverage & "Class C" Wine License to A Family Affair Soulfood Kitchen, LLC d/b/a A Family Affair Soulfood Kitchen located at 417 S Main Street and seconded by Donna Richards, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Abstain: Allen Resolution No. 8917 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve Resolution No. 8917 in regards to World Migratory Bird Day and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Ordinance No. 3730 A Motion was made by Kay Miller to approve Ordinance No. 3730 amending Chapter 7520, Zoning, Defining Carriage Porch and Chapter 14, Boards, Commissions and Committees by amending members of the Plan Commission of the Code of the City of Fond du lac and seconded by Alicia Hans, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Ordinance No. 3731 A Motion was made by Arletta Allen to approve Ordinance No. 3731 to update and adopt the Comprehensive Plan of the City of Fond du Lac and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards ADJOURN A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to adjourn at 8:50 p.m. and seconded by Arletta Allen, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Allen, Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Margaret Hefter City Clerk Run: February 14, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WISCONSIN Tuesday, January 19, 2021 (A complete set of minutes is on file in the Clerk's Office) A meeting of the Wisconsin Rapids Common Council was held via remote videoconferencing on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. Because of the pandemic, the public was unable to attend this meeting in person; however, the public was invited to listen to the audio of the meeting. The meeting was also streamed LIVE on the City's Facebook page. 1. Call to Order Mayor Blaser called the meeting to order at 6:04 p.m. 2. Roll Call Roll call indicated that all alderpersons were present, except Jake Cattanach: 3. Pledge of Allegiance and Silent Prayer in Lieu of Invocation Mayor Blaser requested that all present stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and a moment of silent prayer. 4. Reading of the Minutes of the Previous Meeting held on December 15, 2020 It was moved by Kellogg, seconded by Kubisiak to dispense with a reading and accept the minutes of the previous meeting. Motion carried, 6 ayes and 0 nays. 5. Consider a Resolution recognizing the Town of Saratoga for allocating their Routes to Recovery Grant funds of $51,000 to the City of Wisconsin Rapids It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Veneman to approve a Resolution recognizing the Town of Saratoga for allocating their Routes to Recovery Grant funds of $51,000 to the City of Wisconsin Rapids. Motion carried, 6 ayes and 0 nays. Resolution No. 1 (2021) 6. Consider a Resolution Declaring September 12, 2021 as World Migratory Bird Day for the City of Wisconsin Rapids Alderperson Rayome joined the meeting at this point It was moved by Veneman, seconded by Kellogg to approve a Resolution Declaring September 12, 2021 as World Migratory Bird Day for the City of Wisconsin Rapids. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 0 nays. Resolution No. 2 (2021) 7. Request from Council President Kubisiak to consider for approval a Council rule which would require that alderpersons who are not in physical attendance at a standing committee or Common Council meeting may appear via videoconference for the meeting, provided their video feed is enabled so that their attendance and presence at the meeting, as well as their voting, can be seen and confirmed. It was moved by Veneman, seconded by Kellogg to adopt a Council rule which would require that alderpersons who are not in physical attendance at a standing committee or Common Council meeting may appear via videoconference for the meeting, provided their video feed is enabled so that their attendance and presence at the meeting, as well as their voting, can be seen and confirmed. Motion carried, 5 ayes and 2 nays with Rayome and Koth voting in the negative. 8. Consider a Resolution Extending the Emergency Declaration Proclamation Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic It was moved by Zurfluh, seconded by Veneman to approve a Resolution Extending the Emergency Declaration Proclamation Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic. Motion carried, 6 ayes and 1 nay with Rayome voting in the negative. Resolution No. 3 (2021) 9. Public Hearings (jointly held with Planning Commission) 1. Public hearing on a request from Michelle Sweeney & Virginia Schuelke for a Conditional Use Permit to operate a dog training use at 1020-1022 West Grand Avenue (Parcel ID 3401969) The Public Hearing was called to order at 6:45 p.m. Speaking against: none Speaking in favor: none The Public Hearing closed at 6:49 p.m. 2. Public hearing on a request from the Wisconsin Rapids Public School District for a Conditional Use Permit to expand the outdoor recreational facilities at 1801 16th Street South (Parcel ID 3414751) The Public Hearing was called to order at 6:53 p.m. Speaking against: none Speaking in favor: Craig Broeren The Public Hearing closed at 7:01 p.m. 3. Public hearing on a request from Bulk Storage Inc. for a Conditional Use Permit to construct a storage building for biosolids on City property located at an unaddressed parcel along 21st Avenue North (Parcel ID 3400279) The Public Hearing was called to order at 7:16 p.m. Speaking against: none Speaking in favor: none The Public Hearing closed at 7:17 p.m. 10. Consider for Adoption the Actions of the Planning Commission at its meetings held on January 4, 2021 and January 19, 2021: A. REPORT OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING HELD ON JANUARY 4, 2021: The Planning Commission met at 4:00 p.m. on January 4, 2021 in the Council Chambers at City Hall and via remote audioconferencing. In-person participation required the use of masks and social distancing guidelines. The meeting was called to order at 4:01 p.m. 1. Approval of the reports from the December 7, 2020 Plan Commission meeting Motion by Bemke, second by Feith to approve the reports from the December 7, 2020 Plan Commission meeting. Motion carried (7-0) 2. PLAN-20-1018; Michelle Sweeney & Virginia Schuelke Conditional Use Permit to operate a dog training use at 1020-1022 West Grand Avenue (Parcel ID 3401969). Speaking against PLAN-20-1018 was Mr. David Hopfer, McKinley Street, who expressed concerns over noise and animal waste on the premises. Motion by Bemke, second by Burkart to approve PLAN-20-1018; Michelle Sweeney & Virginia Schuelke; Conditional Use Permit to operate a dog training use at 1020-1022 West Grand Avenue (Parcel ID 3401969) subject to the following conditions: a. The conditional use permit is solely for a dog training use on the property. b. The outdoor animal bathroom area shall be completely screened from surrounding property with a minimum of a 3-foot-high fence. c. Outdoor dog training shall occur within a fully fenced area which does not interfere with parking and circulation onsite. d. The premise shall be kept clean and orderly, including the disposal of animal waste daily. e. No boarding of animals shall occur on the property. Motion carried (7-0) 3. PLAN-20-1020; Wisconsin Rapids Public School District Conditional Use Permit to expand the outdoor recreational facilities at 1801 16th Street South (Parcel ID 3414751) Mr. Eric Daven of 21st Place South expressed concerns about the future use of the area and the intersection of 21st Street and Grove Street. Motion by Bemke, second by Feith to approve PLAN-20-1020; Wisconsin Rapids Public School District Conditional Use Permit to expand the outdoor recreational facilities at 1801 16th Street South (Parcel ID 3414751) subject to the following conditions: a. The conditional use permit shall only apply to those lands within the City of Wisconsin Rapids. However, if annexation of adjacent property occurs prior to the construction of improvements, this permit shall extend to such annexed lands as shown. b. Site plan review by the Plan Commission shall occur prior to construction. Motion carried (7 0) 4. PLAN-20-1034; Bulk Storage Inc. Conditional Use Permit to construct a storage building for biosolids on City property located at an unaddressed parcel along 21st Avenue North (Parcel ID 3400279). Motion by Blaser, second by Bemke to approve PLAN-20-1034; Bulk Storage Inc. Conditional Use Permit to construct a storage building for biosolids on City property located at an unaddressed parcel along 21st Avenue North (Parcel ID 3400279), subject to the following conditions: a. Applicable building and stormwater permits shall be obtained. b. Community Development staff shall have the authority to approve minor modifications to the plan. Motion carried (7 0) 5. PLAN-20-1033; Alliance Development Site Plan review to construct a Starbucks building at 1810-1833 8th Street South (Parcel ID 3411723 & 3411724). Questions were asked regarding building design and traffic flow, with which the applicants responded with further detail. Motion by Burkart, second by Thao to approve PLAN-20-1033; Alliance Development Site Plan review to construct a Starbucks building at 1810-1833 8th Street South (Parcel ID 3411723 & 3411724), subject to the following conditions: a. Parcels 3411723 and 3411724 shall be combined prior to the development construction. b. Applicable right-of-way permits shall be obtained, to be reviewed and approved by the Department of Public Works. c. An exterior lighting plan shall be submitted for review and approval by the Community Development Department d. All applicable building and stormwater permits through the City of Wisconsin Rapids and other jurisdictions, such as the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, shall be obtained. e. The Community development department shall have the authority to approve minor modifications to the plans. Motion carried (7 0) 6. PLAN-20-0720 Community Development Department Action on a request to amend the Zoning Code (Chapter 11 of the Municipal Code), to modify the secondary review requirements for uses. Motion by Blaser to approve PLAN-20-0720 Community Development Department Action on a request to amend the Zoning Code (Chapter 11 of the Municipal Code), to modify the secondary review requirements for uses. Second by Bemke. Motion failed (1-6) 7. Adjourn Motion by Bemke, second by Thao to adjourn. Motion carried (7 0). Meeting adjourned at 5:04p.m. This report was considered with the report from January 19, 2021. B. REPORT OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING HELD ON JANUARY 19, 2021: The Planning Commission met at 6:00 p.m. on January 19, 2021 in the Council Chambers at City Hall and via remote audioconferencing. In-person participation required the use of masks and social distancing guidelinesThe meeting was called to order at 6:04 p.m. to conduct three Public Hearings jointly with the Common Council. 1. Public Hearing and possible action on PLAN-20-1018; Michelle Sweeney & Virginia Schuelke Conditional Use Permit to operate a dog training use at 1020-1022 West Grand Avenue (Parcel ID 3401969) Public Hearing was OPENED: 6:45 p.m. Speaking in favor: 0-none Speaking against: 0-none Public Hearing was CLOSED: 6:49 p.m. Motion by Blaser, second by Burkart to approve PLAN-20-1018; Michelle Sweeney & Virginia Schuelke Conditional Use Permit to operate a dog training use at 1020-1022 West Grand Avenue (Parcel ID 3401969) subject to the following conditions: a. The conditional use permit is solely for a dog training use on the property. b. The outdoor animal bathroom area shall be completely screened from surrounding property with a minimum of a 3-foot-high fence. c. Outdoor dog training shall occur within a fully fenced area which does not interfere with parking and circulation onsite. d. The premise shall be kept clean and orderly, including the disposal of animal waste daily. e. No boarding of animals shall occur on the property. Motion carried; 6 0 2. Public Hearing and possible action on PLAN-20-1020; Wisconsin Rapids Public School District Conditional Use Permit to expand the outdoor recreational facilities at 1801 16th Street South (Parcel ID 3414751) Public Hearing was OPENED: 6:53 p.m. Speaking in favor: Craig Broeren, School District Superintendent, spoke in favor of the request. Speaking against: Alder Rayome spoke with concern over the information available and presented for the request. Public Hearing was CLOSED: 7:01 p.m. Motion by Bemke, second by Brey to approve PLAN-20-1020; Wisconsin Rapids Public School District Conditional Use Permit to expand the outdoor recreational facilities at 1801 16th Street South (Parcel ID 3414751) subject to the following conditions: a. The conditional use permit shall only apply to those lands within the City of Wisconsin Rapids. However, if annexation of adjacent property occurs prior to the construction of improvements, this permit shall extend to such annexed lands as shown. b. Site plan review by the Plan Commission shall occur prior to construction. Motion carried; 6 0 3. Public Hearing and possible action on PLAN-20-1034; Bulk Storage Inc. Conditional Use Permit to construct a storage building for biosolids on City property located at an unaddressed parcel along 21st Avenue North (Parcel ID 3400279) Public Hearing was OPENED: 7:16 p.m. Speaking in favor: Alder Rayome spoke in favor of the request Speaking against: 0-none Public Hearing was CLOSED: 7:17 p.m. Motion by Feith, second by Burkart to approve PLAN-20-1034; Bulk Storage Inc. Conditional Use Permit to construct a storage building for biosolids on City property located at an unaddressed parcel along 21st Avenue North (Parcel ID 3400279), subject to the following conditions: a. Applicable building and stormwater permits shall be obtained b. Community Development staff shall have the authority to approve minor modifications to the plan Motion carried; 6 0 4. Adjournment Motion by Blaser, second by Bemke to adjourn. Motion carried 6 0 Meeting adjourned at 7:19 p.m. It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Veneman to approve and adopt the actions of the Commission on January 4 and January 19, 2021. It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Bemke to cease debate. A voice vote was taken and the motion carried, 5 ayes and 2 nays with Zurfluh and Rayome voting in the negative. Motion to approve and adopt the actions of the Commission on January 4 and January 19, 2021 carried, 6 ayes and 1 nay with Rayome voting in the negative. 11. Consider for Adoption the Actions of the Standing Committees of the Common Council, as Follows: A. REPORT OF THE FINANCE AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON JANUARY 12, 2021: The Finance and Property Committee meeting was held via remote videoconferencing, originating from the City Hall Council Chambers, on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. 1. Call to order Alderperson Kellogg called the meeting to order at 4:35 p.m. 2. Consider for approval the appointment of Lianna S. Johnson as successor agent for the Class "A" Beer license and "Class A" Intoxicating Liquor license for Kwik Trip, Inc. d/b/a Kwik Trip 128, located at 1111 Lincoln Street It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to approve the appointment of Lianna S. Johnson as successor agent for the Class "A" Beer license and "Class A" Intoxicating Liquor license for Kwik Trip, Inc. d/b/a Kwik Trip 128, located at 1111 Lincoln Street. Motion carried. 3. Consider a request from the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters for approval for them to make improvements to Witter Field, including installing more Home Plate Club seating, expanding the Point Craft River area, and expanding the accessible seating area. It was moved by Kellogg, seconded by Kubisiak to approve the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters request to make improvements to Witter Field, including installing more Home Plate Club seating, expanding the Point Craft River area, and expanding the accessible seating area. Motion carried. 4. Consider Quad Plex referral cost estimates for extending sewer and water for the proposed quad-plex project. It was moved by Kellogg, seconded by Kubisiak to approve installing a 8-inch sanitary sewer main and 4-inch water main from 21st Place S to a point 500 feet west at an estimated cost of $125,000 and install a sanitary lateral and water service from the right-of-way to the proposed concession building location at an estimated cost of $35,000. Motion carried. 5. Consider a request from the Town of Grand Rapids for use of City of Wisconsin Rapids property for a walk/bike trail extension from the City of Wisconsin Rapids along County Highway W to Lake Wazeecha; using city-owned railroad right-of-way from 32nd Street to 48th Street, and then connect to North Beach Road from 48th Street to Lake Wazeecha. It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Kellogg to direct staff to work with the Town of Grand Rapids to develop an agreement addressing the Town of Grand Rapids' request and refer that agreement back to the Finance and Property Committee for consideration. Motion carried. 6. Consider for approval a grant application for an Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) in the amount of $62,525.00. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kubisiak to approve a grant application for an Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) in the amount of $62,525.00. Motion carried. 7. Consider approving a proposal for architectural design for an addition and renovation of the fire stations. It was moved by Kellogg, seconded by Kubisiak to approve an agreement with Wendel Architecture, P. C. for professional design services for the proposed additions and remodels to both fire stations. Motion carried. 8. Review and approve proposals to provide uniform and entry rug services to City of Wisconsin Rapids buildings. It was move by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to approve the proposal from Unifirst in the amount of $16,220.36 and enter into a one-year contract with Unifirst with authority granted to the Public Works Superintendent to extend it a two-year contract if service is satisfactory from the vendor or terminate the contract after one-year if service is not satisfactory. Motion carried. 9. Review and approve purchase of one 16' mower. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kubisiak to approve the purchase of a Jacobsen HR800 4wd mower from Horst Distributing, Inc. for $87,890. Motion carried. 10. Review and approve proposal to purchase tag equipment trailer. It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Kellogg to approve the purchase a Midsota TB-22 trailer from LK Trailers, LLC for $9,080. Motion carried. 11. Audit of the bills It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to approve check no. 6523 to 6865. Motion carried. 12. Set next meeting date The next regularly scheduled Finance and Property Committee will be Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. 13. Adjourn Motion by Kubisiak, seconded by Kellogg to adjourn. Motion carried with the meeting adjourning at 5:57 p.m. Rayome requested that item #4 be held out for separate vote. Koth requested that item #8 be held out for separate vote. Kellogg requested that item #9 be held out for separate vote. It was moved by Koth, seconded by Kellogg to approve and adopt the actions of the Committee holding out items #4, #8, and #9 for separate vote. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 0 nays. Regarding item #4, it was moved by Bemke, seconded by Veneman to approve the item as presented. Motion carried, 6 ayes and 1 nay with Rayome voting in the negative. Regarding item #8, it was moved by Koth, seconded by Kubisiak to approve a five-year contract with Unifirst for uniforms and entry rugs: Years 1-3 shall be in the amount of $16,220.36 with a 3% increase iin year four and in year five. Public Works Superintendent to include a contract cancellation clause if the vendor is not meeting the requirements of the contract. The City will give written notification of contract termination within 90 days. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 0 nays. Regarding item #9, it was moved by Veneman, seconded by Kubisiak to approve the item as presented. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 0 nays. B. REPORT OF THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON JANUARY 5, 2021: The Public Works Committee met on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 via remote videoconference, originating from the City Hall Council Chambers. 1. Call to order The meeting was called to order at 6:01 pm 2. Review DPW Report The DPW report was reviewed 3. Review One Mile Creek storm water dredging project scope Motion by Veneman, second by Bemke to expand the One Mile Creek storm water dredging project to include repairing the lower dam, dredging the lower pond, removing the upper dam, and removing the upper pond for an estimated $307,000 (budget = $270,000). Motion carried (3-0) 4. Review speed limit on Two Mile Ave east of 16th Street Motion by Veneman, second by Bemke to update 340.003(5) to include a 35 mph speed limit on Two Mile Ave from 16th St S to the east City limits. Motion carried (3-0) Ordinance No. MC 1281 5. Review proposals for consulting services to assist the City in purchasing necessary realestate for the W Jackson St project. Motion by Rayome, second by Veneman to accept the proposal by Streetland to provide West Jackson Street real estate services. Motion carried (3-0) 6. Review proposals from consulting services to develop a transportation utility model Motion by Veneman, second by Rayome to accept proposal by Ehlers/raSmith to provide transportation utility model and economic analysis services. Motion carried (3-0) 7. Review referral list The referral list was reviewed 8. Adjourn. Motion by Bemke, second by Rayome to adjourn. Motion carried (3-0). The meeting was adjourned at 6:35 pm It was moved by Rayome, seconded by Bemke to approve and adopt the actions of the Committee. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 0 nays. C. REPORT OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON JANUARY 7, 2021: A meeting of the Human Resources Committee was held on Thursday, January 7, 2021, at 4:30 p.m. via remote videoconferencing, originating from the City Hall Council Chambers. All members were present. (Kubisiak, Bemke, Zurfluh). Also present remotely were Mayor Blaser, Sue Schill and Tom Rayome. Paul Vollert and Ryan Hartman were also present. 1. Call to order. Chairperson Kubisiak called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m. 2. Discuss and consider a Requisition Request for an Aquatic/ Building Maintenance Technician position at the Aquatic facility. Motion by Kubisiak, second by Bemke to approve a Requisition Request for an Aquatic/ Building Maintenance position at the Aquatics Facility. Job description as presented will be modified to reflect that a Class B driver's license for CDL with air brakes may be required or requested. Motion carried 3-0. 3. Discuss and consider for approval the submission of a Request for Proposal for a City employee wage study. Motion by Kubisiak, second by Bemke to approve to proceed with the seeking of proposals for the performance of an employee compensation/ wage study. Motion carried 3-0. 4. HR Department Update a. DPW o Positions of Sewer Construction Group Lead and Street Supervisor starting 1/11/21. b. Finance Department o New position of Assistant Director of Finance interview phase is completed. c. COVID-19 Vaccine update 5. Adjournment. Motion by Bemke, second by Zurfluh to adjourn. Motion carried 3-0. The meeting adjourned at 4:45 p.m. It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Rayome to approve and adopt the actions of the Committee. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 0 nays. 12. Reports of Other Committees, Commissions and Boards; Department Reports It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Kellogg to place the reports on file. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 0 nays. 13. Referrals to Committees No referrals were received. 14. Adjournment It was moved by Kubisiak, seconded by Bemke to adjourn. Motion carried, 7 ayes and 0 nays. The meeting adjourned at 8:14 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jennifer M. Gossick, City Clerk Run: February 13, 2021 WNAXLP


City of Appleton & Outagamie County NOTICE PUBLIC TEST OF VOTING EQUIPMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the CITY OF APPLETON and the COUNTY OF OUTAGAMIE will conduct the required public test of the voting equipment- ES&S DS200 Tabulator and ExpressVote Ballot Marking Device to be used at the February 16, 2021 Spring Primary Election at the respective dates and locations: CITY OF APPLETON OUTAGAMIE COUNTY Tuesday, February 9th 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 9th 10:00 a.m. Appleton City Hall Office of the Outagamie County Clerk 100 North Appleton Street, Rm 6D 320 S Walnut Street Appleton, WI 54911 Appleton, WI 54911 This test is open to the general public. Done on this 2nd day of February, 2021 Kami Lynch, City of Appleton Clerk Run: February 5, 2021 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, February 3, 2021 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 Martin. C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 15- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Jake Woodford Excused: 1 - Alderperson Mike Smith E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS All departments were represented with the exception of the Library, who was excused. F. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 21-0125 Common Council Meeting Minutes of January 20, 2021 Attachments: CC Minutes 1-20-21.pdf Alderperson Fenton moved, seconded by Alderperson Reed, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 1 - Alderperson Mike Smith Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford G. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 21-0129 Appointment to the Board of Zoning Appeals Attachments: Appointment Memo - Board of Zoning Appeals 2-3-21.pdf Alderperson Fenton moved, seconded by Alderperson Reed, that the appointment be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 1 - Alderperson Mike Smith Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 21-0128 Proclamations: - Black History Month - Career & Technical Education Month - Burn Awareness Week - Gun Violence Survivor Week Black History Month Proclamation.pdf Career and Technical Education Month Proclamation.pdf Burn Awareness Week Proclamation-rev.pdf Gun Violence Survivor Week Proclamation.pdf Attachments: The proclamations were presented. 21-0126 COVID-19 Update Attachments: COVID -19 Cases 2-3-21.pdf H. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION No one was signed up to speak during Public Participation. I. PUBLIC HEARINGS J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY L. COMMITTEE REPORTS Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Reed moved, Alderperson Otis 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 Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 1 - Alderperson Mike Smith Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 21-0078 Approve Resolution for Outagamie Landfill Siting Negotiation Process Attachments: Resolution for Outagamie Landfill.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0104 Request from Appleton Downtown Inc. for a Street Occupancy Permit to place ice carvings throughout the downtown for the weekend of February 19, 2021 for "Avenue of Ice." Attachments: ADI-Avenue of Ice.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0106 Approve proposed Pedestrian Crossing License with Wisconsin Central Ltd Railroad for the Locust/Lawrence Grade Crossing. Attachments: Pedestrian Crossing License with WCL Railroad.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0107 Approve proposed 1-year extension of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Engineering On-Call Consulting Services Contract with Alta Planning & Design in an amount not to exceed $12,000. Attachments: Bicycle-Pedestrian Consulting Service.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0111 Request to negotiate a sole source professional services contract with Desman Design Management for planning, design and administrative services related to the structural maintenance of the City's public parking ramps. Attachments: Desman Design Management.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 21-0116 Recommendation to deny the Operator License for Robert Budrick. RobertBudrickApplication.pdf RobertBudrickDenialLetter.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0122 Request to Temporarily Modify the Special Event Policy related to Extending Application Fee Carryover due to COVID-19 Attachments: Memo- Special Event Fee Carryover Extension.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0123 Reserve "Class B" Liquor and Class "B" Beer License Change of Agent application for Fox River Boat Holding Co. LLC d/b/a River Tyme Bistro, Candice Mortara, New Agent, located at 425 W Water St Unit 100, contingent upon approval from Appleton Police Department. Attachments: Candice Mortara S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 21-0070 Request to approve the Extraterrito rial Final Plat for Marsden Parklocated in the Town of Grand Chute as shown on the attached maps and subject to the condition in the attached staff report Attachments: StaffReport_ MarsdenPark_FinalPlat_ For01-26-21. pdf 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 21-0098 Request to approve the following 2021 Budget amendments: ELC (Epidemiology & Laboratory Capacity) COVID Grant Fund Health Grants and Aids +$ 22,900 Salaries +$ 4,200 Fringe Benefits +$ 700 Purchased Services +$ 18,000 to record grant agreement modification from the State Department of Health Services for 2020-2021 COVID-19 pandemic response costs (2/3 vote of Council required) ELC (Epidemiology & Laboratory Capacity) COVID Grant Fund Health Grants and Aids +$390,100 Salaries +$224,000 Fringe Benefits +$ 39,500 Supplies +$ 5,500 Purchased Services +$121,100 to record grant agreement modification from the State Department of Health Services for 2020-2022 COVID-19 pandemic response costs (2/3 vote of Council required) Attachments: 2020-2021 ELC Funding.pdf 2020-2022 ELC Funding.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0099 Request to approve the Relocation Orders for the Richmond at Glendale, Lightning Drive, Spartan Drive, and Newberry at Kensington projects Attachments: RO - Richmond and Glendale.pdf RO - Lightning Drive.pdf RO - Spartan Drive.pdf RO - Newberry and Kensington.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0100 Request to approve Resolution for Worker's Compensation self-insurance Attachments: 0008 - WC Resolution to Reauthorize Self Insurance.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 21-0063 Request to approve Third Substantial Amendment to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) 2020 Annual Action Plan (AAP) awarding an additional $343,268 of CDBG Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES Act) funding to community partner organizations as specified in the attached documents Attachments: 2020 AAP Third Substantial Amendment Memo to CEDC.pdf Appleton 2020 CDBG CV3 Award Letter.pdf 2020 AAP Third Substantial Amendment Draft.pdf Final MOU - ADVOCAP 1-21-2021.pdf PublicCommentReceived_1-26-21__2020AAPThirdSubstantialAmend ment.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0076 Request to contract with and expend Wisconsin Department of Administration Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) Round 2 funding (CDBG-CV2) and enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Boys & Girls Club as specified in the attached documents Attachments: 2020 DOA CDBG-CV2 Funding Memo to CEDC_1-27-2021.pdf State of WI DOA CV2 Entitlement Memo-FINAL.pdf Final MOU - CoA_Boys+Girls Club.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0096 Request to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with ADVOCAP as specified in the attached documents (Associated with Action Item #21-0063) Attachments: 2020 AAP Third Substantial Amendment Memo to CEDC.pdf Appleton 2020 CDBG CV3 Award Letter.pdf 2020 AAP Third Substantial Amendment Draft.pdf Final MOU - ADVOCAP 1-21-2021.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 21-0114 Award the Engineering contract for 2021 Sludge Storage Addition Project to Applied Technologies, Inc. in the amount of $499,301 with a 15% contingency of $74,895 for a Project Total not to exceed $574,196. Attachments: 2021 SSB Addition_UC Memo_Engineering Award ATI_rev.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0115 Award the Engineering contract for 2021 Solids Dewatering Equipment Upgrades Project to McMahon in the amount of $325,872 with a 10% contingency of $32,587 for a Project Total not to exceed $358,459. 2021 Solids Dewatering Equip Upgrades UC Memo_Engineering Award McMahon_rev.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 8.MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 21-0118 Request to change reporting structure of the Account Clerk II from the Finance Department to the Parks, Recreation and Facilities Management Department. Attachments: Account Clerk II TO change.pdf PRFM TO draft 1-22-21.pdf Finance TO draft 1-22-21.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 9. MINUTES OF THE FOX CITIES TRANSIT COMMISSION 10. MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH M. CONSOLIDATED ACTION ITEMS N. ITEMS HELD O. ORDINANCES 21-0127 Ordinance #3-21 Revising the Ward Designation for Sequoia Drive Annexation Attachments: Ord #3-21 Revising Wards - Seqouia Drive Annex.pdf Alderperson Fenton moved, seconded by Alderperson Otis, that the Ordinance be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 1 - Alderperson Mike Smith 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 Reed moved, seconded by Alderperson Otis, that the meeting be adjourned at 7:34 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 1 - Alderperson Mike Smith Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: Feb. 9, 2021 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final-revised Common Council Wednesday, January 20, 2021 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Woodford at 7:01 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Fenton C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 16 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Jake Woodford E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS All Departments were represented. F. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 21-0053 Common Council Meeting Minutes of January 6, 2021 Attachments: CC Minutes 1-6-21.pdf Alderperson Smith moved, seconded by Alderperson Fenton, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford G. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 21-0054 Proclamations: Human Trafficking Proclamation; Kiwanis Week Proclamation; Martin Luther King Jr. Proclamation Attachments: Human Trafficking Awareness Day Proclamation.pdf; Human Trafficking Attachment.pdf; Kiwanis Week Proclamation.pdf; Martin Luther King Jr Day Proclamation.pdf. The Proclamations were presented. 21-0058 Board & Committee Appointments Attachments: BID Board Appt Memo 1-20-21.pdf; Committee Appts 1-20-21 REV.pdf. Alderperson Otis moved, seconded by Alderperson Siebers, that the Board/Committee Appointments be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 21-0055 COVID-19 Update: Attachments: COVID -19 Cases 1-20-21.pdf H. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION I. PUBLIC HEARINGS J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY L. COMMITTEE REPORTS: Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Martin moved, Alderperson Meltzer seconded, to approve the balance of the agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE: 20-1569 Owaissa Street, from Opechee Street to Pacific Street, be reconstructed with concrete pavement and curb & gutter to a width of 24' 20'from back of curb to back of curb, which is approximately 1'-4' wider than the existing street. New concrete sidewalk to be constructed along the east side of Owaissa Street from approximately 160' south of Pacific Street to approximately 500' south of Pacific Street. Existing parking provisions within the project limits will remain unchanged. Parking be prohibited on both sides of the street. Attachments: Comments-Owaissa Street.pdf; Comments -Owaissa St Project.pdf; Owaissa St Design Approval Process.pdf; Email-Owaissa St.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0022 Appleton Street, from College Avenue to Pacific Street, and Oneida Street, from Pacific Street to Atlantic Street, be reconstructed with concrete pavement and curb and gutter. The dimensions of the Appleton Street/Oneida Street reconstruction project are as follows: College Avenue - Washington Street: New concrete pavement to be constructed to a width of 41' from back of curb to back of curb, which is the same width as the existing street within this portion of the project. Washington Street - 150' north of Packard Street: New concrete pavement to be constructed to a width of 45' from back of curb to back of curb, which is the same width as the existing street within this portion of the project. 150' north of Packard Street - Pacific Street (End of Appleton St/Beginning of Oneida St): New concrete pavement to be constructed to a width of 35' from back of curb to back of curb, which is 2' wider than the existing street within this portion of the project. Pacific Street (End of Appleton St/Beginning of Oneida St) - Atlantic Street: New concrete pavement to be constructed to a width of 44' from back of curb to back of curb, which is 7' wider than the existing street within this portion of the project. Appleton Street/Oneida Street will consist of 1 travel lane in each direction, bike lanes along both sides of the street, and a two-way left turn lane and/or exclusive left turn lanes at each intersection within the project limits. On-street parking will be prohibited along the entire project length. The 1-way westbound portion of Pacific Street between Appleton Street and Oneida Street will be vacated as part of this reconstruction project. The intersections of Appleton Street and Pacific Street and Oneida Street and Pacific Street will be reconstructed and geometrically modified to provide a more standard T-intersection configuration. A dedicated left turn lane along southbound Oneida Street, at Pacific Street, will also be incorporated at this intersection as part of this reconstruction project. This Report Action Item was approved 21-0033 Request to allow driveway access off Haymeadow for Lot 91, Clearwater Creek Subdivision. Attachments: Memo for Lot 91.pdf; Jill Hendricks-formal request.pdf; Clearwater Creek 1st Addition.pdf. This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0061 Request to allow free parking in the Red Parking Ramp for a 30 day period, during vaccination clinic hours, as part of the community vaccination program at the Fox Cities Exhibition Center. Attachments: Free parking-Red Ramp.pdf. This Report Action Item was approved. 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 20-1639 Cigarette License application for Driftwood Special Servicing LLC d/b/a Appleton Red Lion Paper Valley Hotel, Linda Garvey, Agent, located at 333 W College Ave. Attachments: Driftwood - Red Lion S&L.pdf. This Report Action Item was approved. 20-1641 Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor License application for Zeusinator LLC d/b/a Ambassador, Corbin Schiedermayer, Agent, located at 117 S Appleton St, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: Ambassador.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-1642 Class "A" Beer License application for Auto Stop LLC d/b/a Oneida St BP, Shahezad S Noorani, Agent, located at 1306 S Oneida St, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: Oneida St BP.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0007 Class "A" Beer and "Class A" Liquor License application for Nepal LLC d/b/a Memorial Liquor, Puspa Subedi, Agent, located at 415 S. Memorial Dr, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: Memorial Liquor.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0016 Cigarette License application for Nepal LLC d/b/a Memorial Liquor, Puspa Subedi, Applicant, located at 415 S Memorial Dr. Attachments: Memorial Liquor S&L.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0018 Cigarette License application for Auto Stop LLC d/b/a Oneida Street BP, Shahezad Noorani, Applicant, located at 1306 S. Oneida St. Attachments: Oneida St BP S&L.pdf. This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0039 Class "B" Beer and "Class B" Liquor License Change of Agent application for McGregors LLC d/b/a The Durty Leprechaun, Jonathon E Kuehn, New Agent, located at 343 W College Ave, contingent upon approval from Appleton Police Department. Attachments: Jonathon E Kuehn S&L.pdf. This Report Action Item was approved. 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 21-0009 Request to approve Special Use Permit #7-20 for a parking ramp located at 120 South Oneida Street (Tax Id #31-2-0052-00), as shown on the attached maps and per attached plan of operation, to run with the land subject to the conditions in the attached staff report and approve attached Resolution (2/3 vote of Common Council required for approval) Attachments: StaffReport_YMCAParkingRamp_SUP_For01-12-21.pdf. This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0010 Request to approve the Cain Annexation consisting of approximately 0.77 acre located at 675 East Edgewood Drive, currently in the Town of Grand Chute, as shown on the attached maps subject to the stipulation in the attached staff report Attachments: StaffReport_Cain Annexation_For01-12-21.pdf; DOA Annexation Review Letter_Cain_1-11-21.pdf. This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0034 Request to approve the access restriction release for Lot 91 of First Addition to Clearwater Creek (Tax Id #31-6-6200-91), as shown on the attached map, pending approval by the Municipal Services Committee, and subject to the owner/agent completing and recording an appropriate correction instrument with the Outagamie County Register of Deeds Attachments: StaffMemo_FirstAddnToClearwaterCreek_RestrictionRelease_For01-12-21.pdf RequestEmail_FirstAddnToClearwaterCreek_RestrictionRelease.pdf RecordedPlat_FirstAddnToClearwaterCreek_RestrictionRelease.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 21-0015 Action Item-Select Winning Photos Received From The "Images of Hope" Photo Contest To Be Placed In The Welcome Tower In Houdini Plaza Attachments: Action Item-Images of Hope.pdf. This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0017 Action Item-Request a Sole Source Contract To KCI Conservation For The Recondition And Repair Of The Soldier's Square Monument For $47,135 With A Contingency Of 10% For A Contract Not To Exceed $51,849 Attachments: 2021 Soldier's Monument.docx. This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0023 Action Item-Award Design, Engineering, And Permitting Services For The Edison Street Pedestrian Bridge And Trail To EXP For A Contract Amount Of $495,000 Attachments: Edison Street Ped Bridge and Trail Comm Memo.doc This Report Action Item was approved. 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 21-0030 Request to award the City of Appleton's MSB Garage HVAC Upgrades project contract to Great Lakes Mechanical, Inc in the amount of $819,780 with a contingency of 10% for a project total not to exceed $901,758 Attachments: 2021 MSB Garage HVAC Upgrdes.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 21-0040 Request to approve the following 2020 Budget amendments: PHEP (Public Health Emergency Preparedness) COVID Grant Fund Health Grants & Aids +$53,243 Salaries +$45,300 Fringe Benefits +$ 7,943 to record grant agreement modification from the State Department of Health Services for COVID-19 pandemic response costs (2/3 vote ofCouncil required) Attachments: DPH PHEP COVID 2020 Grant.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 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 21-0056 Consolidated Action Items Re: Access Restriction Release for Lot 91 of First Addition to Clearwater Creek 21-0033 Municipal Services Committee; 21-0034 Community & Economic Development Committee; Alderperson Otis moved, seconded by Alderperson Smith, that the Consolidated Action Items be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford N. ITEMS HELD O. ORDINANCES: 21-0057 Ordinance #2-21, Cain Annexation; Attachments: Ord #2-21 Cain Annexation.pdf. Alderperson Reed moved, seconded by Alderperson Otis, that the Annexation Ordinance be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford LICENSE APPLICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION Q. RESOLUTIONS SUBMITTED BY ALDERPERSONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION 21-0059 Resolution #1-R-21 Accessory Dwelling Units; Attachments: #1-R-21 Accessory Dwelling Units.pdf; This Report Action Item was referred to the Community & Economic Development Committee due back on 1/27/2021. 21-0079 Suspend the Council Rules, Rule 19 regarding referral of resolutions so the Council may immediately take up the Resolution. Alderperson Fenton moved, seconded by Alderperson Schultz, that the Council Rules be suspended to take up the Resolution immediately. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 14 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 1 - Alderperson Matthew Reed Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford 21-0060 Resolution #2-R-21 Redistricting Advisory Referendum; Attachments: #2-R-21 Fair Maps Referendum.pdf; Alderperson Fenton moved, seconded by Alderperson Schultz, that the Resolution for an advisory referendum be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford R. OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS S. ADJOURN Alderperson Siebers moved, seconded by Alderperson Martin, that the meeting be adjourned at 7:58 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 15 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matthew Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Mike Smith, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Nate Wolff, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Joe Prohaska and Alderperson Corey Otis Abstained: 1 - Mayor Jake Woodford Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: Feb 22, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF DE PERE NOTICE OF OPEN BOOK OF ASSESSMENT ROLLS AND BOARD OF REVIEW MEETING Prior to the meeting of the Board of Review, the assessment roll for the year 2021 will be OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND EXAMINATION. The open book session is the time set aside for taxpayers to discuss with the Assessor's Office (Accurate Appraisal, LLC) their new 2021 property assessment. It is recommended that you discuss your assessment with the Assessor PRIOR to making any appointment to appear before the Board of Review. The OPEN BOOK Period for such examination has been scheduled for: Via Telephone: Wednesday, March 31st from 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Thursday, April 1st from 12:00 Noon 7:00 PM In Person: Thursday, April 1st from 1:00 PM 3:00 PM To set up an Open Book appointment please log on to www.accurateassessor.com and click the online APPOINTMENTS link on top of the screen, then choose your location (De Pere), choose your Telephone or In Person Open Book date and time, then enter your personal information including the phone number you wish to be contacted at (for telephone appointments; an assessor will call you within 15 minutes of your scheduled time). If you do not have Internet access, please call Accurate Appraisal at 1-800-770-3927 to schedule a telephone discussion. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF REVIEW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Review will meet pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes §70.47 for the purpose of hearing and adjusting complaints pertaining to the assessments of the year 2020. DATE: Thursday, May 6th 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. City Hall, 335 S. Broadway Street Common Council Chambers This meeting is planned to be held in-person. There will also be an electronic/telephonic attendance option: Computer/smart phone accessing https://www.gotomeet.me/DePere OR You can dial in using your phone 1-312-757-3117 (Toll Free) 1-866-899-4679 Access Code: 154-883-285 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. All persons wishing to appear before the Board must make an appointment 48 hours prior to the first meeting of the Board or within the first two hours the Board is in session. Waivers of the required 48-hour notice of intent to file an objection may be granted during the first two hours for good cause. No person who is scheduled to appear before the Board of Review may contact, or provide information to a member of the Board about that person's objection except at a session of the Board. A person who qualifies to a appear before the Board of Review may ask for the removal of a member of the Board of Review as long as the request is made at least 48 hours before the meeting of the Board. This request is to be made to the clerk of the Board of Review and should include the name of the member being removed and the length of time the hearing will take. Please note: When appearing before the Board of Review, 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. If a person is objecting to their assessment, which was made by the assessor using the income method, all the information must have been provided to the assessor about income and expenses as specified in the Assessor's manual under Sec. 73.03(2a) of Wis. Statutes. If these requirements have not been met, the person will not be allowed to appear before the Board, testify by telephone or object to a valuation. The City of De Pere has an ordinance for the confidentiality of information about income and expenses that is provided to the assessor (Ordinance #99-30, Adopted by the Common Council December 21, 1999) and will provide exceptions for persons using information in the discharge of duties imposed by law or of the duties of their office or by an order of the 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 Sec. 19.35(1) of Wis. Statutes. State law allows the Board to accept sworn written statements or testimony by telephone from property owners. The BOR determines whether it will accept information in writing or over the phone. Instructional materials on appealing your assessment to the Board of Review are available at the City Clerk's office, 335 S. Broadway Street or online at www.deperewi.gov then select Government/Assessment/Board of Review. Respectfully submitted, City of De Pere /s Carey Danen Carey Danen City Clerk Run: February 22, 2021 WNAXLP


City of Fond du Lac Notice of Auction Please take notice that pursuant to Section 630-20 of the Code of the City of Fond du Lac and Wisconsin Statute Section 342.40, the below listed vehicle(s) was deemed abandoned and a public nuisance by the City of Fond du Lac. All registered owners and lienholders of said vehicle(s) were properly and timely notified of impoundment. A public auction will be held on March 20, 2021 at 10:00 AM. Said auction will take place at Trans American Recovery Service Inc., W3828 Laurel Lane, Fond du Lac, WI, 54937. The listed vehicle(s) is sold "as is" and with all faults. Said vehicle does not have keys. Terms and conditions announced at the auction take precedent. Vehicles must be paid for in full with cash at the time of sale. Vehicles must be removed, by appointment, within 10 days of sale. Failure to remove the vehicle within 10 days of the auction constitutes forfeiture of all interests in the vehicle. Vehicle List: 9BWGD61JX14064088 2001 Volkswagen Golf 4A3AC44G53E143380 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1C3CCBBG2CN298458 2012 Chrysler 200 1G2NW52E83C333631 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix 1G2WP12K2YF207447 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix 1GNDT13S352376741 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer Run: February 25, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA COMMON COUNCIL FEBRUARY 1, 2021 MINUTES A. CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order by Mayor Merkes at 6:02 p.m. B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE C. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Ald. Tom Grade, Ted Grade, Ropella (6:03 p.m.), Nichols, Taylor, Sevenich, Langdon, Schmidt ALSO PRESENT: PC Styka, FC Kloehn, CDD Schroeder, DPW Alix, DDE Gordon, CE Jungwirth, FD Sassman, PHD McKenney, PRD Sackett, LD Lenz, CA/HRD Captain, Mayor Merkes, Clerk Krautkramer D. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF THE COMMON COUNCIL AND MAYOR TEL WEB CONFERENCE M/S/C: Ald. Sevenich/Tom Grade to temporarily suspend the rules of the Common Council and Mayor/Tel Web Conference to allow for the use of electronic devices. E. PUBLIC HEARING F. REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OFFICERS/DEPARTMENT HEADS/STAFF/CONSULTANTS 1. PHD McKenney, COVID-19 Update Staff commented on current case counts, weekly data summary, activity level, testing, metrics for suppression, available community COVID-19 testing sites, and vaccination updates. General discussion ensued on: 2. Clerk Krautkramer - the following minutes and communications have been received and placed on file: Minutes to receive: a. Administration Committee, 1/18/21 b. Board of Public Works, 1/18/21 c. Library Board - Director Search Committee, 1/13/21 d. Personnel Committee, 1/18/21 e. Police Commission, 1/21/21 f. NMFR Joint Finance & Personnel Committee, 1/26/21 g. NM Joint Fire Rescue, 1/27/21 Communications: e. Winter 2021 Lake Winnebago Strategy Conference Call M/S/C: Sevenich seconded by Ald. Tom Grade to approve minutes and communications a-e. G. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER OF CONCERN TO THE CITY Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha. She commented on seeking requests for proposal for Legal Services, COVID-19 response plan, Health Department updates, vaccination clinic location, in-person open meetings, R-2-21 amendment, mask mandates, accounts payable and payroll items, and the Library Board appointment. H. CONSENT AGENDA Minutes to approve: 1. Common Council, 1/18/21 Board of Public Works, 1/18/21, Recommends Approval of: 2. Change Orders Miron Construction Co., Inc.; PWF Facility Construction Project; ADD $10,408.66 (Change Order No. 15) 3. Payment Miron Construction Co., Inc.; PWF Facility Construction Project $221,963.53 (Payment No. 10) NM Joint Finance & Personnel Committee, 1/26/21, Recommends Approval of: 4. The Combined Recruit Class Memorandum of Understanding with Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue, Oshkosh Fire Department and Grand Chute Fire Department. Personnel Committee, 1/18/21, Recommends Approval of: 5. To accept the recommended revisions to Appendix O: Police Addendum as outlined in this memo: (1) Add $4.00 per hour to the overtime rate for Supervisory Lieutenants; (2) Modify the minimum hours for court time for Supervisory Lieutenants; and (3) Change the payout date for the Physical Fitness Incentive to November M/S/C: Sevenich requested to remove items 1-5 from the Consent Agenda. Mayor Merkes stated all items would be voted on separately. I. ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA 1. M/S/C: Sevenich/Ted Grade to approve Consent Agenda item 1, Common Council, 1/18/21 2. M/S/CRC8-0: Langdon/Taylor to approve Consent Agenda item 2, Change Orders Miron Construction Co., Inc.; PWF Facility Construction Project; ADD $10,408.66 (Change Order No. 15). Staff provided an overview of the change orders and commented on the four construction items funded through the Project Contingency Fund; (1) add water hose bib and 1 1/2 water supply, (2) elimination of duct registers, (3) sign access panel and weather proofing, and (4) HVAC alterations. 3. M/S/CRC8-0: Langdon/Taylor to approve Consent Agenda item 3, Payment Miron Construction Co., Inc.; PWF Facility Construction Project $221,963.53 (Payment No. 10). 4. M/S/CRC5-4: Ted Grade/Langdon to approve Consent Agenda item 4, The Combined Recruit Class Memorandum of Understanding with Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue, Oshkosh Fire Department and Grand Chute Fire Department. Ropella, Taylor, Sevenich, Langdon voted no. Nichols, Schmidt, Tom Grade, Ted Grade and Mayor Merkes voted yes. Staff commented on the operation of Grand Chute's Fire Department operations and staff, fire fighter training, training tower costs and amenities, response and disconnection time, training, cost sharing arrangement, training facility maintenance, and Combined Recruit Class Memorandum of Understanding term. 5. M/S/CRC8-0: Ted Grade/Nichols to approve Consent Agenda item 5, To accept the recommended revisions to Appendix O: Police Addendum as outlined in this memo: (1) Add $4.00 per hour to the overtime rate for Supervisory Lieutenants; (2) Modify the minimum hours for court time for Supervisory Lieutenants; and (3) Change the payout date for the Physical Fitness Incentive to November. Staff provided an overview of current Police Department employee incentives. J. ACTION ITEMS 1. Accounts payable and payroll for the term of 1/15/21 1/28/21 in the amount of $986,840.37. M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Tom Grade to approve. Staff provided clarification on various item on the accounts payable and payroll. 2. Beverage Operators License Applications for the 2019-2021 licensing period. M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Ropella to approve. 3. Request to Receive and Spend Wisconsin DHS, DPH ELC Enhancing Detection Supplemental Funds M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Sevenich to approve. Staff provided an overview of the Wisconsin DHS, DPH ELC Enhancing Detection Supplemental Funds and commented on funds allocation, staff usage, vaccination timeline, increased vacation efforts, and vaccination administration, vaccination second dose administration, vaccination clinic locations, Menasha resident vaccination offering, vaccination effectiveness, and community immunity. K. HELD OVER BUSINESS 1. Check 70406 Landmarks Façade Improvement Grant Staff commented on check issuance, policy change, and check approval. M/S/CRC7-1: Nichols/Schmidt to approve. Motion carried on roll call 7-1. Taylor voted no. Taylor stated a Point of Order on account of a personal attack. Mayor Merkes stated the Point of Order was overruled. Taylor appealed Mayor Merkes' Point of Order. L. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 1. R-2-21 Emergency Sick Leave for Eligible Employees who have taken the COVID-19 Vaccination M/S/CRC7-1: Langdon/Sevenich to approve. Nichols voted no. 2. R-3-21 Resolution Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of $8,640,000 Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2021A of the City of Menasha, Calumet and Winnebago Counties, Wisconsin, and Providing for the Payment of the Bonds and Other Details with Respect to the Bonds Greg Johnson, CIPMA | Ehlers presented the sale results from the outstanding bond sale to refund the electric utilities state trust fund revenue loan. He commented on the competitive sale of the bonds, the debt service, refinancing the existing loan, cost of issuance expense, premium bid, and saving results. M/S/CRC8-0: Sevenich/Tom Grade to approve. M. APPOINTMENTS 1. Mayor's appointment of Lindsay Derencius to the Library Board for the term of 2/1/2021-7/1/2021 M/S/C: Sevenich/Tom Grade to approve Mayor's appointment of Lindsay Derencius to the Library Board for the term of 2/1/2021-7/1/2021. N. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY O. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha. She commented on R-2-21, Combined Recruit Class Memorandum of Understanding, accounts payable and payroll items, Landmarks Façade Improvement policy, and legal services. P. ADJOURNMENT M/S/C: Schmidt/Langdon to adjourn at 9:18 p.m. Haley Krautkramer, City Clerk Complete minutes available in Clerk's office and on city website. Run: February 17, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA COMMON COUNCIL JANUARY 18, 2021 MINUTES A. CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order by Mayor Merkes at 6:02 p.m. B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE A Moment of Silence was observed in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. C. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Ald. Schmidt, Tom Grade, Ted Grade, Ropella, Nichols, Taylor, Sevenich, Langdon ALSO PRESENT: PC Styka, FC Kloehn, CDD Schroeder, DPW Alix, DDE Gordon, FD Sassman, PHD McKenney, PRD Sackett, LD Lenz, CA/HRD Captain, Mayor Merkes, Clerk Krautkramer D. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF THE COMMON COUNCIL AND MAYOR TEL WEB CONFERENCE M/S/C: Sevenich/Taylor to temporarily suspend the rules of the Common Council and Mayor to allow for the use of electronic devices. E. PUBLIC HEARING F. REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OFFICERS/DEPARTMENT HEADS/STAFF/CONSULTANTS 1. PHD McKenney, COVID-19 Update Staff provided an update on COVID-19 case counts, case rate, weekly data summary, laboratory confirmed cases, positivity rate, case rate burden, testing sites, variants, and vaccinations. 2. Clerk Krautkramer - the following minutes and communications have been received and placed on file: Minutes to receive: a. Administration Committee, 1/4/2021 b. Board of Public Works, 1/4/2021 c. Landmarks Commission, 12/9/20 d. Personnel Committee, 1/4/21 e. Redevelopment Authority, 12/8/20 f. Parks & Recreation Board, 12/8/20 g. Committee on Aging, 12/11/20 Communications: h. 2020 Civic Commemorations Carryover M/S/C: Sevenich/Ted Grade to approve minutes and communications a-h. G. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER OF CONCERN TO THE CITY Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha. She commented on Health Department services, vaccination distribution locations, accounts payable and payroll items, the Strong Neighborhood Program, Legal services request for proposal, drive-thru services, suspension of the rules for virtual meetings, and financial audit. H. CONSENT AGENDA Minutes to approve: 1. Common Council, 1/4/2021 Administration Committee, 1/4/2021, Recommends Approval of: 2. Contracting with Spielbauer Fireworks for both 2021 and 2022 Board of Public Works, 1/4/2021, Recommends Approval of: 3. Change Order MCC, Inc.; Contract Unit No. 2019-04; New Street Construction & Rehabilitation; ADD $23,755.05 (Change Order No. 2) 4. Payment MCC, Inc.; Contract Unit No. 2019-04; New Street Construction & Rehabilitation; $23,755.05 (Payment No. 5 & Final) Personnel Committee, 1/4/2021, Recommends Approval of: 5. The reclassification of the Public Health Aid position to Public Health Office Coordinator, with the salary schedule of $21.22-$26.58 matching that in similarity of the Deputy Clerk and Finance Clerk Ald. Sevenich requested to remove items 1-5. Mayor Merkes stated each item would be voted on separately. I. ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA 1. M/S/C: Sevenich/Tom Grade to approve Consent Agenda item 1, Common Council, 1/4/2021. 2. M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Taylor to approve Consent Agenda item 2, Contracting with Spielbauer Fireworks for both 2021 and 2022 Communtyfest fireworks show with an added provision that if the show was cancelled due to COVID-19 the deposit held by Spielbauer Fireworks would be applied to the 2022 show and there would be no cancellation fee for the 2021 show. 3. M/S/CRC8-0: Langdon/Taylor to approve Consent Agenda item 3, Change Order MCC, Inc.; Contract Unit No. 2019-04; New Street Construction & Rehabilitation; ADD $23,755.05 (Change Order No. 2) 4. M/S/CRC8-0: Langdon/Taylor to approve Consent Agenda item 4, Payment MCC, Inc.; Contract Unit No. 2019-04; New Street Construction & Rehabilitation; $23,755.05 (Payment No. 5 & Final) 5. M/S/CRC8-0: Ted Grade seco/Nichols to approve Consent Agenda item 5, The reclassification of the Public Health Aid position to Public Health Office Coordinator, with the salary schedule of $21.22-$26.58 matching that in similarity of the Deputy Clerk and Finance Clerk. J. ACTION ITEMS 1. Accounts payable and payroll for the term of 1/1/21 1/14/21 in the amount of $7,201,934.84 M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Ted Grade to approve. Staff offered clarification on various items in the accounts payable and payroll. M/S/CRC5-3: Taylor/Ropella to hold check 70406 dated 1/7/2021 for Kimberly Massey in the amount of $2,323.40 until the next meeting. Tom Grade, Ted Grade, Schmidt voted no. 2. Beverage Operators License Applications for the 2019-2021 licensing period M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Tom Grade to approve. 3. "Class A" Liquor License Application for KN LLC, d/b/a Menasha Marathon, Nawaraj Subedi, agent for the premise at 209 Racine Street, Menasha for the remainder of the 2020-2021 licensing year M/S/CRC8-0: Nichols/Grade to approve. Strong Neighborhood Program Amendment M/S/CRC8-0: Tom Grade/Schmidt to recommend to accept the Strong Neighborhoods Program which was amended at the Council Workshop on December 7, 2020. Staff provided an overview of the Strong Neighborhoods Program amendments and commented on first-time homebuyer applications and funds awarded, the minimum project values, and program benefits. M/S/CRC6-2: Sevenich/Ropella to amend the original motion to eliminate the first-time homebuyers portion of the Strong Neighborhood Program. Schmidt and Tom Grade voted no. M/S/CRC6-2: Nichols/Sevenich to amend the original motion to maintain the minimum project value of $15,000. Schmidt and Tom Grade voted no. 4. Ad-hoc Downtown Christmas Lights Committee M/S/CRC8-0: Ropella/Tom Grade to approve. K. HELD OVER BUSINESS L. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS M. APPOINTMENTS N. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY O. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA Sandra DaBill Taylor, 545 Broad Street, Menasha. Strong Neighborhood program amendments. P. ADJOURNMENT M/S/C: Taylor/Tom Grade to adjourn at 7:35 p.m. Haley Krautkramer, City Clerk Complete minutes available in Clerk's office and on city website. Run: February 3, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA Public Hearing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held by the Menasha Common Council on an application for a Special Use Permit by Mach IV Engineering and Surveying, LLC, on behalf of the developer, Banta I, LLC, to rehab the existing Banta facility into a multi-family and commercial development within the C-2 Central Business District, as required by Sec. 13-1-30(c)(5) of the City of Menasha Municipal Code. The proposed use is to take place on parcels located at 460 Ahnaip Street (3-00548-00) and Ahnaip Street (3-00550-00), City of Menasha, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. The Common Council will be considering this special use permit at a formal public hearing on Monday, February 15, 2021 at 6:00 p.m., or shortly thereafter, virtually. Persons interested in this matter will be given an opportunity to comment and ask questions about the proposed special use. All persons interested in commenting on the application for this Special Use Permit are invited to attend. Haley Krautkramer City Clerk Feb. 6, 8, 2021 WNAXLP


City of Menasha Public Hearings NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an informal public hearing will be held by the Menasha Plan Commission on an application for a Special Use Permit by Bauer Sign and Lighting Co. Inc., on behalf of BP, to update an existing pole sign to a monument sign and include an electronic message center within the revised sign, as required by Sec. 13-1-67(d)(2) of the City of Menasha Municipal Code. The proposed use is to take place on a parcel located at 1515 Appleton Road (Parcel Number 6-01262-04), City of Menasha, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. The Plan Commission will hold its informal public hearing on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 3:30 PM, or shortly thereafter, in the first floor conference room of the Menasha City Center, 100 Main Street, Menasha, WI. Persons interested in this matter will be given an opportunity to comment and ask questions about the proposed special use. All persons interested in commenting on the application for this Special Use Permit are invited to attend. Haley Krautkramer City Clerk Run: February 26, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Board of Public Works that it will receive sealed bids until 9:00 a.m., local time, on the 2nd day of March, 2021, in the office of the Director of Public Works, in the City Administration Building at 211 Walnut Street in the City of Neenah, Wisconsin for the following work: CONTRACT 2-21 Sewer, Water Main, and Street Construction on Fairview Avenue, Laudan Boulevard and the Water Plant truck turnaround. 2,500 Lin. Ft. 8-inch Sanitary Sewer 2,100 Lin. Ft. PVC Water Main (Various Sizes) 900 Lin. Ft. Storm Sewer (Various Sizes) 1,500 Lin. Ft. 10-inch SDR9 HDPE Force Main 2,300 Tons Hot Mix Asphalt 5,750 Sq. Yd. 7-inch Concrete Pavement (Alternate Bid) The City of Neenah shall award a contract to the lowest responsible bidder on the basis of its opinion of initial cost of construction, design life of the pavement type, and the cost and frequency of maintenance in accordance with the plans, specifications and contract now on file in the office of the Director of Public Works. No bid shall be received or considered unless accompanied by a certified check equal to five (5) percent of the bid or bid bond in equal amount payable to the City as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder shall execute and file the proper contract and bond within ten days from the date the lowest responsible bid is accepted. In case the bidder fails to file such contract and bond within the time set by the City, the check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the City as liquidated damages. Plans, detailed specifications and proposal forms are available for download at www.QuestCDN.com. Quest Project No. 7476118. Download cost for each contract is $20.00. Documents may be examined in the office of the Director of Public Works. Unless previously qualified, Contractors bidding on these contracts shall be prequalified before receiving plans and specifications. Proof of Responsibility forms may be obtained from the Director of Public Works, and shall be filed with him for consideration not later than 4:00 p.m., February 23, 2021. The minimum wage scale to be paid on said project by the Contractor is either included in the specifications or on file in the office of the City Clerk in accordance with Section 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin this 16th day of February, 2021. Board of Public Works City of Neenah by Gerry Kaiser, Director of Public Works Run: Feb. 16, 23, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Parks and Recreation Commission that it will receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., local time, on the 5th day of March, 2021, in the office of the Director of Parks and Recreation, in the City Administration Building at 211 Walnut Street in the City of Neenah, Wisconsin for the following work: CONTRACT PR21-01 Doty Park Court Replacement The Doty Park Court Replacement project consists if removal and replacement of the tennis court complex on Lincoln Street. Demolition of the courts and fencing shall be performed by the City. Contractor scope of work includes but is not limited to earthwork, erosion control, concrete, new base course, compaction, asphalt, court surfacing, court striping, restoration, and installation of City provided nets/posts. The above public work will be let to the lowest responsible bidder and shall be performed in accordance with the plans, specifications and contract now on file in the office of the Director of Parks and Recreation. No bid shall be received or considered unless accompanied by a certified check equal to five (5) percent of the bid or bid bond equal amount payable to the City as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder shall execute and file the proper contract and bond within ten days from the date the lowest responsible bid is accepted. In case the bidder fails to file such contract and bond within the time set by the City, the check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the City as liquidated damages. Plans, detailed specifications and proposal forms are available for download at www.QuestCDN.com Quest Project No.7546696. Download cost for each contract is $20.00. Documents may be examined in the office of the Director of Parks and Recreation. Unless previously qualifies, Contractors bidding on these contracts shall be prequalified before receiving plans and specifications. Proof of Responsibility forms may be obtained from the Office of the Director of Public Works, and shall be filed with the Department not later than 4:00 p.m., February 26, 2021. Minimum salaries and fringes to be paid on the project shall be in accordance with the prevailing wage rate scale established by the Federal Department of Labor (DOL). Attention is called to the fact that not less than the minimum salaries and fringes set forth in the Contract Documents must be paid on this project, and that the Contractor must ensure that employees and applications for employment are not discriminated against because of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or other protected class. Federal Labor standards program laws, including, but not limited to the Davis Bacon Act, and the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act will apply to all projects. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin this 1st day of February, 2021. Parks and Recreation Commission City of Neenah by Michael Kading, Director of Parks and Recreation Run: Feb. 19, 26, 2021 WNXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Board of Public Works that it will receive sealed bids until 9:00 a.m., local time, on the 23rd day of February, 2021, in the office of the Director of Public Works, in the City Administration Building at 211 Walnut Street in the City of Neenah, Wisconsin for the following work: CONTRACT 1-21 Marathon Avenue Sewer, Water Main, and Street Construction 650 Lin. Ft. Sanitary Sewer (Various Sizes) 3,000 Lin. Ft. PVC Water Main (Various Sizes) 1,400 Lin. Ft 10" SDR9 HDPE Force Main 850 Lin. Ft. Storm Sewer (Various Sizes) 17,100 Sq. Yd. 8" JP Concrete Pavement The above public work will be let to the lowest responsible bidder and shall be performed in accordance with the plans, specifications and contract now on file in the office of the Director of Public Works. No bid shall be received or considered unless accompanied by a certified check equal to five (5) percent of the bid or bid bond in equal amount payable to the City as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder shall execute and file the proper contract and bond within ten days from the date the lowest responsible bid is accepted. In case the bidder fails to file such contract and bond within the time set by the City, the check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the City as liquidated damages. Plans, detailed specifications and proposal forms are available for download at www.QuestCDN.com. Quest Project No. 7476111. Download cost for each contract is $20.00. Documents may be examined in the office of the Director of Public Works. Unless previously qualified, Contractors bidding on these contracts shall be prequalified before receiving plans and specifications. Proof of Responsibility forms may be obtained from the Director of Public Works, and shall be filed with him for consideration by the Public Services and Safety Committee not later than 4:00 p.m., February 16, 2021. The minimum wage scale to be paid on said project by the Contractor is either included in the specifications or on file in the office of the City Clerk in accordance with Section 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin this 9th day of February, 2021. Board of Public Works City of Neenah by Gerry Kaiser, Director of Public Works Run: Feb. 9, 16, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Board of Public Works that it will receive sealed bids until 9:00 a.m., local time, on the 9th day of March, 2021, in the office of the Director of Public Works, in the City Administration Building at 211 Walnut Street in the City of Neenah, Wisconsin for the following work: CONTRACT 3-21 Sewer, Water Main, and Street Construction on Isabella Street, Olive Street, Washington Avenue and Winneconne Avenue The City of Neenah shall award a contract to the lowest responsible bidder on the basis of its opinion of initial cost of construction, design life of the pavement type, and the cost and frequency of maintenance in accordance with the plans, specifications and contract now on file in the office of the Director of Public Works. No bid shall be received or considered unless accompanied by a certified check equal to five (5) percent of the bid or bid bond in equal amount payable to the City as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder shall execute and file the proper contract and bond within ten days from the date the lowest responsible bid is accepted. In case the bidder fails to file such contract and bond within the time set by the City, the check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the City as liquidated damages. Plans, detailed specifications and proposal forms are available for download at www.QuestCDN.com. Quest Project No. 7476128. Download cost for each contract is $20.00. Documents may be examined in the office of the Director of Public Works. Unless previously qualified, Contractors bidding on these contracts shall be prequalified before receiving plans and specifications. Proof of Responsibility forms may be obtained from the Director of Public Works, and shall be filed with him for consideration not later than 4:00 p.m., March 2, 2021. The minimum wage scale to be paid on said project by the Contractor is either included in the specifications or on file in the office of the City Clerk in accordance with Section 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin this 23rd day of February, 2021. Board of Public Works City of Neenah by Gerry Kaiser, Director of Public Works Feb. 23, March 2, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF OSHKOSH PAYMENT PLAN CONTRACT 19-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the contract mentioned below is certified by the City of Oshkosh for the following improvements: CONTRACT NO 19-23 COLD MIX ASPHALT PAVEMENT OVERLAY Madison Street (Merritt Avenue to Northwestern Avenue) Northwestern Avenue (Madison Street to Mount Vernon Street) West 10th Avenue (Oregon Street to Minnesota 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 City Clerk. 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 CLERK BY MARCH 11, 2021. Per section 25-85 (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 Clerk's Office by the date deadline. IF THE ASSESSMENT IS UNDER $500.00 FULL AMOUNT WILL BE PLACED ON THE TAX BILL WITH NO INTEREST. IF THE ASSESSMENT IS OVER $500.00 THE ASSESSMENT WILL BE PLACED ON THE TAX BILL FOR 5 YEARS AT 4% INTEREST Payment choice of the assessment may be made in one of the following manners: INVOICE PAYMENT WITHIN 30 DAYS The enclosed payment choice form must be signed by the property owner and returned to the City Clerk by MARCH 11, 2021. The City of Oshkosh will then send the property owner a city invoice, and payment must be made within thirty days of that notice. If after making this selection, the property owner fails to make payment to the City Treasurer, the entire amount will be placed on the next property tax bill, plus interest. TOTAL ASSESSMENT ON NEXT TAX BILL IN FULL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Clerk's Office by MARCH 11, 2021. Property owners may elect to pay 100% of the assessment on the next designated real estate property tax bill, without interest. The total amount of the assessment will be included on and payable in conjunction with the next designated property tax bill. FIVE ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL (ASSESSMENT MUST BE IN EXCESS OF $500.00) Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Clerk's Office by MARCH 11, 2021. 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 pro-rated to the month of payment. Property owner shall be deemed to accept this plan unless he/she filed the payment plan with the City Clerk's Office. (Applies to assessments in excess of $500.00) CITY OF OSHKOSH PAMELA R. UBRIG CITY CLERK Runs: 2/13/2021


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 18-14 CONCRETE PAVEMENT, ASPHALT PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK (NEW & REHABILITATION) SANITARY SEWER MAIN & LATERALS, WATER MAIN & LATERALS, DRIVEWAY APRONS, STORM SEWER MAINS & LATERALS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS & STREET LIGHTING North Koeller Street from 100' south of Rath Lane to North Westfield Street North Westfield Street from North Koeller Street to Oshkosh Avenue Oshkosh Avenue from 200' east of North Koeller Street to 600' east of North Westfield Street Rath Lane from 100' southwest of the west end of Rath Lane to the east end of Rath Lane CONTRACT NO 19-04 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) Hazel Street from Washington Avenue to 100' north of East Irving Avenue Washington Avenue from 100' east of Hazel Street to 100' west of Hazel Street Merritt Avenue from 100' east of Hazel Street to 100' west of Hazel Street East Parkway Avenue from 100' west of Hazel Street to Hazel Street Cleveland Avenue from 100' west of Hazel Street to Hazel Street East Irving Avenue from 100' east of Hazel Street to 100' west of Hazel Street CONTRACT NO 19-05 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 AND RELAY) Oregon Street from West 16th Avenue to 100' south of West 21st Avenue West 17th Avenue from 100' east of Oregon Street to 100' west of Oregon Street West 18th Avenue from 100' east of Oregon Street to 100' west of Oregon Street Brockway Avenue from Oregon Street to 100' east of Oregon Street West 19th Avenue from 100' east of Oregon Street to 100' west of Oregon Street West 20th Avenue from 100' west of Oregon Street to Oregon Street West 21st Avenue from Oregon Street to 100' east of Oregon Street CONTRACT NO 19-07 CONCRETE PAVEMENT, ASPHALT PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK (NEW & REHABILITATION), DRIVEWAY APRONS, SANITARY SEWER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), WATER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), STORM SEWER MAINS & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY) Sheridan Street from West Murdock Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue Mitchell Street from West Murdock Avenue to north of West Linwood Avenue Crane Street from West Murdock Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue Plymouth Street from West Murdock Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue CONTRACT NO 19-20 STORM SEWER LATERALS 225, 226, 231, 234, 239, 240 & 245 Foster Street 431, 437, 439 & 447 W. 5th Avenue 640 Grand Street 931, 936, 1028 & 1101 Reichow Street 931, 935 & 1010 Alpine Court 1005 & 1010 Pierce Avenue 1111 Coolidge Avenue 1302 Western Street 1503 W. 7th Avenue 1531 & 1537 Rugby Street 1529, 1536 & 1601 Doemel Street 1555 & 1565 Villa Park Drive 1645 Beech Street 1675 Deerfield Drive 1638, 1721 & 2135 White Swan Drive 1720, 1730, 1745 & 1750 Chatham Drive 1804 & 1810 Menominee Drive 1806 Winchester Avenue 1844 & 1845 Fairview Street 2111 Mount Vernon Street 2301, 2306 & 2320 Allerton Drive CONTRACT NO 19-24 CONCRETE PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK (NEW), DRIVEWAY APRONS, SANITARY SEWER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), WATER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), STORM SEWER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY) Fernau Court (500' north of West Fernau Avenue to 675' north of West Fernau Avenue) 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 City Clerk. 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 CLERK BY MARCH 11, 2021. Per section 25-85 (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 Clerk's Office by the date deadline. IF THE ASSESSMENT IS UNDER $500.00 FULL AMOUNT WILL BE PLACED ON THE TAX BILL WITH NO INTEREST. IF THE ASSESSMENT IS OVER $500.00 THE ASSESSMENT WILL BE PLACED ON THE.TAX BILL FOR 10 YEARS AT 4% INTEREST Payment choice of the assessment may be made in one of the following manners: INVOICE PAYMENT WITHIN 30 DAYS The enclosed payment choice form must be signed by the property owner and returned to the City Clerk by MARCH 11, 2021. The City of Oshkosh will then send the property owner a city invoice, and payment must be made within thirty days of that notice. If after making this selection, the property owner fails to make payment to the City Treasurer, the entire amount will be placed on the next property tax bill, plus interest. TOTAL ASSESSMENT ON NEXT TAX BILL IN FULL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Clerk's Office by MARCH 11, 2021. Property owners may elect to pay 100% of the assessment on the next designated real estate property tax bill, without interest. The total amount of the assessment will be included on and payable in conjunction with the next designated property tax bill. TEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL (ASSESSMENT MUST BE IN EXCESS OF $500.00) Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Clerk's Office by MARCH 11, 2021. 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 pro-rated to the month of payment. Property owner shall be deemed to accept this plan unless he/she filed the payment plan with the City Clerk's Office. (Applies to assessments in excess of $500.00) FIFTEEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL (ASSESSMENT MUST BE IN EXCESS OF $1,000.00) Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Clerk's Office by MARCH 11, 2021. The amount of the assessment will be placed on the property tax bill with interest at 4% of the unpaid balance per year over the fifteen- (15) year period. The annual assessment payment and interest will be included in the total tax bill payment. The assessment balance may be paid in full at any time during the fifteen-year period, with interest pro-rated to the month of payment. (Applies to assessments in excess of $1,000.00) CITY OF OSHKOSH PAMELA R. UBRIG CITY CLERK 2/13/2020 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 18-14 CONCRETE PAVEMENT, ASPHALT PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK (NEW & REHABILITATION) SANITARY SEWER MAIN & LATERALS, WATER MAIN & LATERALS, DRIVEWAY APRONS, STORM SEWER MAINS & LATERALS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS & STREET LIGHTING North Koeller Street from 100' south of Rath Lane to North Westfield Street North Westfield Street from North Koeller Street to Oshkosh Avenue Oshkosh Avenue from 200' east of North Koeller Street to 600' east of North Westfield Street Rath Lane from 100' southwest of the west end of Rath Lane to the east end of Rath Lane CONTRACT NO 19-04 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) Hazel Street from Washington Avenue to 100' north of East Irving Avenue Washington Avenue from 100' east of Hazel Street to 100' west of Hazel Street Merritt Avenue from 100' east of Hazel Street to 100' west of Hazel Street East Parkway Avenue from 100' west of Hazel Street to Hazel Street Cleveland Avenue from 100' west of Hazel Street to Hazel Street East Irving Avenue from 100' east of Hazel Street to 100' west of Hazel Street CONTRACT NO 19-05 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 AND RELAY) Oregon Street from West 16th Avenue to 100' south of West 21st Avenue West 17th Avenue from 100' east of Oregon Street to 100' west of Oregon Street West 18th Avenue from 100' east of Oregon Street to 100' west of Oregon Street Brockway Avenue from Oregon Street to 100' east of Oregon Street West 19th Avenue from 100' east of Oregon Street to 100' west of Oregon Street West 20th Avenue from 100' west of Oregon Street to Oregon Street West 21st Avenue from Oregon Street to 100' east of Oregon Street CONTRACT NO 19-07 CONCRETE PAVEMENT, ASPHALT PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK (NEW & REHABILITATION), DRIVEWAY APRONS, SANITARY SEWER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), WATER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), STORM SEWER MAINS & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY) Sheridan Street from West Murdock Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue Mitchell Street from West Murdock Avenue to north of West Linwood Avenue Crane Street from West Murdock Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue Plymouth Street from West Murdock Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue CONTRACT NO 19-20 STORM SEWER LATERALS 225, 226, 231, 234, 239, 240 & 245 Foster Street 431, 437, 439 & 447 W. 5th Avenue 640 Grand Street 931, 936, 1028 & 1101 Reichow Street 931, 935 & 1010 Alpine Court 1005 & 1010 Pierce Avenue 1111 Coolidge Avenue 1302 Western Street 1503 W. 7th Avenue 1531 & 1537 Rugby Street 1529, 1536 & 1601 Doemel Street 1555 & 1565 Villa Park Drive 1645 Beech Street 1675 Deerfield Drive 1638, 1721 & 2135 White Swan Drive 1720, 1730, 1745 & 1750 Chatham Drive 1804 & 1810 Menominee Drive 1806 Winchester Avenue 1844 & 1845 Fairview Street 2111 Mount Vernon Street 2301, 2306 & 2320 Allerton Drive CONTRACT NO 19-24 CONCRETE PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK (NEW), DRIVEWAY APRONS, SANITARY SEWER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), WATER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY), STORM SEWER MAIN & LATERALS (NEW & RELAY) Fernau Court (500' north of West Fernau Avenue to 675' north of West Fernau Avenue) 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 City Clerk. 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 CLERK BY MARCH 11, 2021. Per section 25-85 (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 Clerk's Office by the date deadline. IF THE ASSESSMENT IS UNDER $500.00 FULL AMOUNT WILL BE PLACED ON THE TAX BILL WITH NO INTEREST. IF THE ASSESSMENT IS OVER $500.00 THE ASSESSMENT WILL BE PLACED ON THE.TAX BILL FOR 10 YEARS AT 4% INTEREST Payment choice of the assessment may be made in one of the following manners: INVOICE PAYMENT WITHIN 30 DAYS The enclosed payment choice form must be signed by the property owner and returned to the City Clerk by MARCH 11, 2021. The City of Oshkosh will then send the property owner a city invoice, and payment must be made within thirty days of that notice. If after making this selection, the property owner fails to make payment to the City Treasurer, the entire amount will be placed on the next property tax bill, plus interest. TOTAL ASSESSMENT ON NEXT TAX BILL IN FULL Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Clerk's Office by MARCH 11, 2021. Property owners may elect to pay 100% of the assessment on the next designated real estate property tax bill, without interest. The total amount of the assessment will be included on and payable in conjunction with the next designated property tax bill. TEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL (ASSESSMENT MUST BE IN EXCESS OF $500.00) Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Clerk's Office by MARCH 11, 2021. 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 pro-rated to the month of payment. Property owner shall be deemed to accept this plan unless he/she filed the payment plan with the City Clerk's Office. (Applies to assessments in excess of $500.00) FIFTEEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS ON PROPERTY TAX BILL (ASSESSMENT MUST BE IN EXCESS OF $1,000.00) Selection of this plan must be made by signing the enclosed payment choice form and returning it to the City Clerk's Office by MARCH 11, 2021. The amount of the assessment will be placed on the property tax bill with interest at 4% of the unpaid balance per year over the fifteen- (15) year period. The annual assessment payment and interest will be included in the total tax bill payment. The assessment balance may be paid in full at any time during the fifteen-year period, with interest pro-rated to the month of payment. (Applies to assessments in excess of $1,000.00) CITY OF OSHKOSH PAMELA R. UBRIG CITY CLERK 2/13/2020 WNAXLP


City of Schofield Notice of Ordinance Creating the Code of Ordinance Section 55-694 Entitled "Amending Comprehensive Plan" Please take notice that the City of Schofield has created the code of ordinance on February 9, 2021 with respect to amending the Comprehensive Plan. The intent of this ordinance amends section 55-694 incorporating a change to the future land use map that is included in the Comprehensive Plan. 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: February 20, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, January 18, 2021 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Council President Andrews at 6:00 PM. Roll Call Present: Curt Andrews, Bill LeClair, Jay Remiker, Mark Bittner, Darla LeClair, Bonnie Shimulunas, Adam Wachowski, Kay Koach and John Casavant. Jackson reported that notice of the meeting was properly posted. Public Hearing on Resolution Authorizing Submittal of Community Development Block Grant Application. President Andrew opened the public hearing and made the first call. No one addressed the Council. On the second and third calls, no one addressed the Council. President Andrews closed the hearing. Motion by B. LeClair, seconded by Wachowski to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0) Motion carried. Public Hearing on Resolution Adopting an Updated Citizen Participation Plan Related to City Applications for and Use of Community Development Block Grant Application. No one addressed the Council. On the second and third calls, no one addressed the Council. President Andrews closed the hearing. Motion by Wachowski, seconded by Bittner to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0) Motion carried. Consent Agenda: Minutes from Regular City Council Meeting January 4, 2021. Minutes of Meetings: Public Utilities, January 5, 2021; Public Works, January 6, 2021; Plan Commission, January 11, 2021; Advisory Recreation Board, December 8, 2020; Library Board, December 8, 2020; Community Development Authority and Business and Industrial Development; Committee, December 15, 2020. Department Reports for December 2020: City Clerk, Community Development, Electric, Fire, Inspections, Library, Parks & Recreation, Police, Public Works, Safety, Water. Summary of Verified Bills for the Month of December 2020 for $1,670,170.41. Motion by Remiker, seconded by Bittner, to approve. Voice vote. Motion carried. Resolution to Petition the Wisconsin Elections Commission for Permission to Use Paper Ballots and authorizing the use of a Single Polling Place in Spring Primary Election to be Held February 16, 2021. Motion by Remiker, seconded by B. LeClair to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0) Motion carried. Ordinance to Amend Municipal Code Section 9-6-4 Entitled "Responsibilities of Owners" to Include Provisions Prohibiting a Person from Discharging Water and Depositing Snow onto Property Not Owned by That Person. These Provisions were Adopted on January 3, 2017 but were Unintentionally Omitted during the 2020 Code Codification Process. Motion by Bitter, seconded by Remiker to waive reading and adopt the Ordinance. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. Consider Terms for City Funding Assistance for Main Street Downtown Grant Programs. Motion by Bittner, seconded by Shimulunas to approve the terms for City funding assistance as described in the staff memo/ Voice vote. Motion carried. Set a Public Hearing on an Application for Conditional Use Permit for "Moving Forward," an Adult Day Care Facility Proposed in the Planned Unit Development District (PUD) at 2214 11th Street (former St. Mark's Rectory), as Requested by Curt Gesell, Property Owner, and Nichole Lembke, Tenant/Operator. Motion by Wachowski, seconded by B. LeClair to set the public hearing for Monday, February 1, 2021 at 6:00 PM, as recommended by the Plan Commission. Voice vote. Motion carried. Approval of Changes in Fees Charged for Park Shelters, Concession Stand, Beach Pavilion and Other Facilities. Motion by D. LeClair, seconded by Casavant to approve the fees, as recommended by the Advisory Recreation Board effective January 1, 2021. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Abstain (1) Wachowski. Motion carried. At 8:10 PM, motion by B. LeClair, seconded by Casavant, to enter into closed session, per Wisc. Stats 19.85(1)(e) deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investment of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reason require a closed session. Discuss possible City assistance to economic development projects, status of negotiations regarding former Hamilton property, contractual relationship with Progress Lakeshore, and possible property sale. Roll call vote, Ayes (9) Noes (0). Motion carried. At 9:02 p.m., a motion by Casavant, seconded by Shimulunas to reconvene into open session and to consider possible actions in follow-up to closed session discussions. Voice vote. Motion carried. At 9:02 p.m. a motion by Remiker, seconded by D. LeClair, to dispense with the reading of the minutes and adjourn meeting. Voice vote. Motion carried. Jamie Jackson City Clerk Run: February 3, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, January 4, 2021 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by President Andrews at 6:00 PM. Roll Call Present: Mark Bittner, Adam Wachowski, Bonnie Shimulunas, Bill LeClair, Curt Andrews, John Casavant, Kay Koach and Jay Remiker. Absent and Excused: Darla LeClair. Graves reported that notice of the meeting was properly posted. Consent Agenda: Regular City Council Minutes-December 21, 2020; Work Session December 28, 2020. Motion by Remiker, seconded by B. LeClair to approve Consent Agenda. Voice vote. Motion carried. Resolution Upon Retirement, City Clerk/Human Resources Director Kim Graves Motion by Wachowski, seconded by Remiker to read and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. Resolution Upon Retirement, Electric Utility Director Ken Kozak. Motion by Casavant, seconded by Bittner to read and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. Status Report on 2020 Goals and Objectives. Motion by Wachowski, seconded by Remiker to approve the report, as reviewed at the December 28, 2020 City Council Work Session, and to Direct that Highlights from the Report be Included in the City Manager's State of the City Report to be Presented at the January 18, 2021 Council Meeting. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. Set Special Meeting with Plan Commission and BIDC/CDA to Discuss Redevelopment Options for the Paragon Property. Motion by Remiker, seconded by LeClair, to dedicate the January 25 work session to this topic, and schedule as a joint meeting, both in person and via Zoom, with the Plan Commission and BIDC/CDA. Voice vote. Motion carried. At 6:50 PM, a motion by B. LeClair, seconded by Casavant to enter into Closed Session, per Wisc. Stats 1985(1)(e) deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investment of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reason require a closed session. Discuss possible City assistance to economic development projects. Discuss status of negotiations regarding former Hamilton property, and discuss proposed sale of former Paragon property. Discuss contractual relationship with Progress Lakeshore. Discussion of development agreement with Abbey Ridge, LLC, Abbey Ridge II, LLC, Abbey Ridge III, LLC, John Lukas and Dr. Scott Behringer, related to Washington Highlands/TID No. 8. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. At 7:23 PM, motion by Bittner, seconded by B. LeClair a motion to reconvene in open session and consider possible actions in follow-up to closed session discussions. Voice vote. Motion carried. At 7:23 PM, a motion by Remiker, seconded by Wachowski to dispense with the reading of the minutes and adjourn. Voice vote. Motion carried. Jamie Jackson City Clerk Run: February 4, 2021 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: 2021 CONCRETE PAVEMENT REPAIR PROJECT Concrete Pavement Repair Partial Depth 1,700 Linear Feet Concrete Pavement Repair/Replace 1,600 Square Yards Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 7602075. 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 10:00 a.m. on March 16, 2021. 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 March 8, 2021, 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: February 22, March 1, 2021 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: 2021 STREET CONSTRUCTION PROJECT A Excavation Common 3,000 c.y. HMA Pavement 2,000 ton Concrete Curb and Gutter 4,100 l.f 8" 18" PVC Sanitary Sewer 2,000 l.f. Base Aggregate Dense 2,500 c.y. Concrete Sidewalk 20,000 s.f. Storm Sewer 12" 24" 2,000 l.f. 6" 8" D.I. Watermain 2,200 l.f. Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 7625413. There is a non-refundable fee of $30.00 for each set of Contract Documents. For this project bids will only be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com. To access the electronic bid form, download the project documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the bid advertisement. (The on-line bid button will be available when the project is published and ready for bid submitting.) Bids will be received until 1:30 p.m. on March 23, 2021. 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 March 15, 2021, 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: March 1 & 8, 2021 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: 2021 ASPHALT PAVING PROJECT A Removing Asphaltic Surface Milling 14,360 SY HMA Pavement 1,760 TON Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 7602110. 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 10:00 a.m. on March 16, 2021. 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 March 8, 2021, 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: February 22, March 1, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF THE PLAN COMMISSION Rezoning 2025 County Road U from SMU, Suburban Mixed-Use Zoning District to LI, Light Industrial Zoning District. Committee Action: Approved 6-0 Ordinance Number: 61-4057-705 Fiscal Impact: None. File Number:21-0206 Date Introduced: February 9, 2021 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the site of lands described as follows: SEC 22-29-07 PT OF NE 1/4 NW 1/4 DESC AS LOT 1 OF CSM VOL 87 PG 38 (17923) DOC #1750197, MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 2025 COUNTY ROAD U now comprising a part of SMU, Suburban Mixed-Use Zoning District according to the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Wausau is hereby rezoned to LI, Light Industrial Zoning District. Section 2. This change in zoning shall be designated on the official city zoning map. Section 3. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 4. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its date of publication. Adopted: 2/09/21 Approved: Approved: 2/10/21 Published: 2/12/21 Attest: 2/10/21 Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Attest: Leslie M. Kremer, City Clerk Run: February 12, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Authorizing 2020 Budget Modification for Emergency Storm Sewer Repair Committee Action: Approved 5-0 Fiscal Impact: $139,592.83 File Number: 19-1109 Date Introduced: January 26, 2021 WHEREAS, a deep storm sewer collapse occurred October 2020 at 3rd and Wausau Avenue requiring emergency repair at a cost of $139,593; and WHEREAS, the 2020 Public Works budget proposes to fund the work from savings within winter maintenance budgets due to the mild winter; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has reviewed the request and recommends a budget modification to fund the emergency services as follows: Transfer From 110-102492350 Snow Removal Services $28,000 Transfer From 110-102594540 Salt $98,000 Transfer To 110-101792490 Stormwater Repairs and Maintenance $126,000 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the proper City official(s) be authorized and directed to modify the 2020 budget as presented. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City Officials are hereby authorized and directed to publish the budget modification in the official newspaper as required. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: February 12, 2021


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Authorizing 2021 Budget Modification DPW Material Crushing Activity Committee Action: Approved 4-1 Fiscal Impact: $58,000 File Number: 20-1109 Date Introduced: February 9, 2021 WHEREAS, every 5-7 years the streets division crushes stockpiled concrete and asphalt for reuse on repair projects; and WHEREAS, this process saves money and recycling is good for the environment; and WHEREAS, the City received a competitive quote from a vendor who is already crushing material for the sewer utility; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has considered and recommends that the 2021 budget be modified to provide funding as follows: FROM 110-101594810 Asphalt $ 20,000 FROM 110-101794110 Concrete Pipe $ 6,000 FROM 110-101594120 Ready Mix $ 4,000 FROM 110-101794130 Stormwater Pipe Concrete $ 6,0000 FROM 110-101794410 Stormwater Pipe Plastic $ 10,000 FROM 110-101792490 Storm Contract Services $ 12,000 TO 110-101592990 Street Contract Vrvices $ 58,000 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the proper City official(s) be authorized and directed to modify the 2021 budget to increase the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City Officials are hereby authorized and directed to publish the budget modification in the official newspaper as required. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: February 12, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Authorizing 2021 Budget Modification for Purchase of LED lighting for the McClellan Ramp Committee Action: Approved 4-1 Fiscal Impact: $37,500 File Number: 20-1109 Date Introduced: January 26, 2021 WHEREAS, the City has converted the Sears, Penneys and most recently the Jefferson Street Parking Ramp to LED lighting which produces a brighter light, lasts longer than traditional lamps and dramatically reduces electric costs; and WHEREAS, the LED lighting vendor initially sent the wrong lamps for the Jefferson Ramp conversion; and WHEREAS, the incorrect lamps will fit in the McClellan Ramp and the lighting vendor has offered a 75% discount to the City for the purchase; and WHEREAS, the payback on the discounted lamps is expected to be 12-14 months; and WHEREAS, staff recommend the purchase and proposes a budget modification to finance the purchase. INCREASE 150-237598402 PARKING RAMP IMPROVEMENTS $ 37,500 DECREASE 150-237598456 STREET L IGH TING $ 17,500 DECREASE 150-236592190 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES $ 10,000 DECREASE 240-490098191 OTHER CAPITAL EQUIPMENT $ 10,000 WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has reviewed and recommends the purchase and budget modification. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the proper City official(s) be authorized and directed to modify the 2021 budget as presented. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City Officials are hereby authorized and directed to publish the budget modification in the official newspaper as required. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: February 12, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Authorizing 2021 Budget Modification Robotic Survey Equipment Committee Action: Approved 4-1 Fiscal Impact: $31,000 File Number: 20-1109 Date Introduced: February 9, 2021 WHEREAS, robotic surveying has improved staff efficiencies; and WHEREAS, the engineering staff sees a need to expand the equipment; and WHEREAS, the Water and Sewer services rely on surveying work and will share in the cost; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has considered and recommends that the 2021 budget be modified to provide for funding as follows: FROM 110-100293493 Engineering Drafting Supplies $ 1,000 FROM 110-1017492490 Stormwater Services $ 5,000 FROM 161-901099240 Water Transfer to Capital Projects $ 5,000 FROM 163-801099240 Sewer Transfer to Capital Projects $ 5,000 TO 240-490098191 Transportation Sleets Capital Equipment $ 16,000 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the proper City official(s) be authorized and directed to modify the 2021 budget to increase the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City Officials are hereby authorized and directed to publish the budget modification in the official newspaper as required. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: February 12, 2021 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Authorizing 2021 Budget Modification for Priority Based Software Program Committee Action: Approved 4-1 Fiscal Impact: $50,000 File Number:20-1109 Date Introduced: February 9, 2021 WHEREAS, the City will undertake a strategic plan for the City in 2021; and WHEREAS, priority based budgeting is a budgeting tool for the Common Council to link the financial expenditures and resources of the city to the strategic goals established; and WHEREAS, Wisconsin Levy Limit and Expenditure Restraint laws and the City's revenue referendum ordinance restrict revenues and expenses which necessitate critical review of spending and prioritizing needs; and WHEREAS, the City wishes to maintain an affordable tax rate; and WHEREAS, Marathon County has utilized the Center for Priority Based Budgeting/Resource X as their priority based budgeting consultant and software for many years; and WHEREAS, the software has a strong citizen engagement tool and graphics packaged designed to engage and inform citizen in the community priority process; and WHEREAS, the City and County have a history of successful cross utilization of software through the City County Information Technology Commission; and WHEREAS, the Government Finance Officers Association and the City/County Management Association identify Priority Based budgeting as a best practice; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has considered and recommends that the City retain the Center for Priority Based Budgeting/Resource X to provide implementation consulting and software access to develop a priority based budget for 2022 at a cost of $50,000 and an annual maintenance cost of $20,000 in future years; and WHEREAS, the 2020 Common Council and Mayors budget experienced savings; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has considered and recommends that the 2021 budget be modified to provide for funding from reserves as follows: Increase 110-3092142 Software Services $50,000 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the proper City official(s) be authorized and directed to modify the 2021 budget to increase the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City Officials are hereby authorized and directed to publish the budget modification in the official newspaper as required. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proper City officials are directed and authorized to execute the necessary contract or other documents to engage the Center for Priority Based Budgeting/Resource X for priority based budgeting services and software as a service. Approved: Katie Rosenberg, Mayor Run: February 12, 2021 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF Michael C. Rinehart and the MCR Income Trust dated October 18, 2012 Pursuant to Section 701.0508, Wisconsin Statutes, Brian L. Rinehart, as trustee of the MCR Income Trust dated October 18, 2012 with the power to pay the debts of Michael C. Rinehart (deceased December 31, 2020) hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing for payment of debts of Michael C. Rinehart and the MCR Income Trust dated October 18, 2012 being the date four (4) months after the date of first insertion of this notice. Brian L. Rinehart Trustee Address: c/o Hougum Law Firm, LLC 305 South 18th Ave., Suite 200 Wausau, WI 54401 February 5, 12, 19, 2021 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE ROBERT F. REBMAN and JEANNE E. REBMAN TRUST Pursuant to Section 701.0508, Wisconsin Statutes, Rachel S. Rifleman, as Successor Trustee of the Robert F. Rebman and Jeanne E. Rebman Trust, with power to pay the debts of Robert F. Rebman, D.O.D. August 13, 2018, and Jeanne E. Rebman, D.O.D. February 3, 2021, hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing claims for payment of debts of Robert F. Rebman or Jeanne E. Rebman, with Rachel S. Rifleman, as Successor Trustee of the Robert F. Rebman and Jeanne E. Rebman Trust, is June 18 , 2021, being the date four (4) months after the date of the first insertion of this Notice. By:/s/ Daniel J. Duke Daniel J. Duke, Attorney for Rachel S. Rifleman as Successor Trustee of the Robert F. Rebman and Jeanne E. Rebman Trust HANAWAY ROSS, S.C. 345 S. Jefferson St., Green Bay, WI 54301 (920) 432-3381 Run: Feb. 18, 25, Mar. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE STEFFEK JOINT REVOCABLE TRUST Pursuant to section 701.0508 Wisconsin Statutes, Mary K. Crevcoure, as trustee of the Steffek Joint Revocable Trust dated August 16, 2018, with power to pay the debts of Patricia M. Steffek, D.O.D. January 8, 2020 and John F. Steffek, D.O.D. December 16, 2020, hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing claims for payment of debts of Patricia M. Steffek or John F. Steffek with Mary K. Crevcoure c/o Attorney Daniel J. Walsh, One Law Group, S.C. is June 10, 2021 being a date four (4) months after the date of the first insertion of this Notice. All Claims, including claims of the state and any subdivision thereof, whether due or to become due, absolute or contingent, liquidated or unliquidated, are barred against the Trustee, the Trust property and any recipient of Trust property unless filed with the Trustee on or before the Claims Deadline. Dated this 1st day of February, 2021. /s/ Mary K. Crevcoure, Trustee c/o Attorney Daniel J. Walsh One Law Group, S.C. 444 Reid Street, Ste. 200 De Pere, WI 54115 (920) 336-5766 Run: Feb. 4, 11, 18, 2021 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF: Gretchen E. Heinritz Pursuant to section 701.0508(1), Wisconsin Statutes, Fiduciary Partners Trust Company, as Trustee of the Gretchen E. Heinritz Revocable Trust, with power to pay the debts of Gretchen E. Heinritz, DOD 1/13/2021, hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing claims for payment of debts of Gretchen E. Heinritz with Fiduciary Partners Trust Company as Trustee of the Gretchen E. Heinritz Revocable Trust, is June 5, 2021, 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 Assistance Vice President Run: Feb. 5, 12, 19, 2021 WNAXLP


CLASS II VILLAGE OF ROTHSCHILD NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING ON REQUEST FOR A VARIANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held before the Board of Appeals of the Village of Rothschild, Marathon County, Wisconsin, at the Rothschild Village Hall, 211 Grand Ave, Rothschild, Wisconsin, on the 22nd day of February, 2021, at 5:30 pm. The Hearing will be to consider the request of two Variances for Truck Country located at 2435 Trailwood Lane (176-2707-021-0987) from the Village Zoning Ordinance Article XVIII Signs, Chapter 590-179; Sign in Neighborhood Commercial, Commercial, Business and Office and Industrial Districts (B)(3)Pole Signs (a) and (b). The Variance(s) consist of: Area restriction exceedance of 108 square feet per side; Height restriction exceedance of 22 feet. Dated this 5th day of February, 2021. Elizabeth Felkner, WCMC Village of Rothschild Clerk Run: Feb. 8, 15, 2021 WNAXLP


Cleveland Mini Storage, LLC will sell at on-line auction site www.Bid13.com contents of Gary Alfson unit A22 located at 1077 N Maple Street, Cleveland, WI. Final date and time of bidding: February 22, 2021 at 10:00 AM Brief description of contents: Water heater, Grill, Carpeting, Tool boxes, Aluminum frames, Tables. (920)242-8333 Run: February 5, 2021 WNAXLP


Cleveland Mini Storage, LLC will sell at on-line auction site www.Bid13.com contents of Patricia Klinzing unit A18 located at 1077 North Maple Street, Cleveland , WI. Final date and time of bidding: February 22, 2021 at 10:00 AM Brief description of contents: Snowblower, Tank, Framing Lumber, Totes. (920)242-8333 Run: February 5, 2021 WNAXLP


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COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the Twenty-First Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: February 1, 2021 Mayor Michael Vandersteen in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Donohue (remote), Bohren (remote), Sorenson, Felde (remote), Dekker, Ackley (remote), Mitchell (remote), Filicky-Peneski (remote), Phillips (remote), Savaglio (remote) 10. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVAL OF MINUTES On motion by Sorenson/Donohue, the reading of minutes of the 20th Regular Council Meeting held January 18, 2021 were approved as entered on the record, all Ald. voting "Aye." PUBLIC FORUM No one spoke. CONFIRMATION OF MAYORAL APPOINTMENTS William Bulson to the Library Board. Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to confirm. All ayes. RESIGNATION Martha Leppanen from the Senior Activity Center Commission. Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to receive and file. All ayes. MAYOR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS, PROCLAMATIONS, EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS, UPDATE ON COVID-19 Consent Agenda Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to receive and file all RO's, receive all RC's and adopt all Resolutions and Ordinances. All were passed on call of the roll: Ayes: 10. ( * = Consent items) REPORT OF OFFICERS Passed: *No. 129-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications (Evergreen Lawn & Land LLC). Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 130-20-21 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Acuity Insurance for alleged damages to their insured (Steven L. and Susan M. Aubry) vehicle when it was backed into by a City owned vehicle. No. 131-20-21 by City Clerk submitting a claim of alleged unlawful tax collected from Midstate Amusement Games, LLC by the City for the 2020 tax year, plus interest as provided by law, with respect to certain property located in the City and known by the personal property tax Account Number 59281860858P. No. 132-20-21 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Roswitha T. Both vs. City Plan Commission of the City of Sheboygan. No. 133-20-21 by Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations submitting for information the signed Tentative Agreement regarding the collective bargaining contract between the City of Sheboygan and the International Association of Firefighters Local 483. The final contract will be submitted for approval by the Common Council once it has been finalized. No. 134-20-21 by City Attorney submitting, as a matter of record, a copy of the Stipulation for Dismissal filed with the United States District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin, on January 26, 2021 in the matter of Kurt R. Klessig and Mary A. Heitzmann v. Anthony Hamilton, Brandon Kehoe, City of Sheboygan, City of Sheboygan Police Department, et al., Case No. 17-CV-00031. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 135-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications. RESOLUTIONS Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 153-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren providing for the sale of approximately $5,140,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, series 2021A. No. 154-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the appropriate City officials to contract with Wisconsin Public Finance Professionals, LLC for financial advisory services in 2021. No. 155-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren repealing Res. No. 196-19-20 regarding an Early Retirement Incentive Program offered to qualifying city employees. No. 156-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the Purchasing Agent to issue purchase orders for the purchase of a new Pierce Manufacturing Rescue Engine and other necessary equipment related to that Rescue Engine for the Sheboygan Fire Department. Refer to Public Works: No. 157-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing executing an easement for a mini-storm sewer (Kraus). No. 158-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing executing an easement for a mini-storm sewer (Meyer). No. 159-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing executing an easement for a mini-storm sewer (Steinmeyer). No. 160-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing executing an easement for a mini-storm sewer (Wuestenhagen). No. 161-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract for the construction of the Kiwanis Park Trail Extension. No. 162-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into an Agreement with Sheboygan Athletic Club, Inc. regarding the operation and management of Wildwood Baseball Park. REPORT OF COMMITTEES Passed: *No. 231-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred pursuant to R. O. No. 128-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends granting the license applications. *No. 232-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 147-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the Director of Planning and Development to execute a SAAS Services Agreement with Benevate Inc. for Neighborly Software; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 233-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 146-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the Site Lease Agreement between the Wisconsin Power and Light Company and the City of Sheboygan regarding a solar photovoltaic generating facility; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 234-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 150-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into an Agreement with Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization for use of Fountain Park for the operation of a Summer Farmer's Market in 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 235-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 148-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the Sheboygan County Dive Team Intergovernmental Cooperative Agreement between the City of Sheboygan and Sheboygan County; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 236-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred Res. No. 149-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker authorizing the Purchasing Agent to issue a Purchase Order for the purchase of 24 ruggedized laptop computers and vehicle mounting hardware for the Sheboygan Police Department; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 237-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 316-19-20 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 342-18-19 by Finance and Personnel and R. O. No. 214-18-19 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Kailee Ridenour, on behalf of her minor child, for alleged injuries that occurred when she slipped on ice and fell on her child; recommends filing the claim. *No. 238-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 126-20-21 by Fire Chief, pursuant to section 50-564 of the Municipal Code, submitting the quarterly report of Benchmark Measurements for the Fire Department, for the period commencing October 1, 2020 and ending December 31, 2020; recommends filing the document. *No. 239-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 127-20-21 by Chief of Police Christopher Domagalski, pursuant to section 54-65 of the Municipal Code, submitting the quarterly report of Benchmark Measurements for the Police Department, for the period commencing October 1, 2020 and ending December 31, 2020; recommends filing the document. No. 240-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL Res. No. 151-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute an Amendment to Offer Purchase with Martens-Trilling True Value extending the closing date to July 30, 2021 due to continued environmental testing; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 241-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL Res. No. 152-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Foth Infrastructure and Environment, LLC for design services related to the South Side Interceptor System (SIS) Rehab/Access Road/Shoreline Protection Program; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Dekker/Sorenson to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. ADJOURN There being no further business. Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to adjourn. All Ald. present voting "Aye." MICHAEL VANDERSTEEN, MAYOR MEREDITH DEBRUIN, CITY CLERK February 6, 2021 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: February 15, 2021 Mayor Michael Vandersteen in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Donohue (remote), Bohren (remote), Sorenson, Felde (remote), Dekker, Ackley (remote), Mitchell (remote), Filicky-Peneski (remote), Savaglio (remote) 9. The following Ald. was absent and excused: Phillips 1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVAL OF MINUTES On motion by Sorenson/Donohue, the reading of minutes of the 21st Regular Council Meeting held February 1, 2021 were approved as entered on the record, all Ald. voting "Aye." PUBLIC FORUM No one spoke. MAYORAL APPOINTMENTS John Scholke to the Senior Activity Center Commission. Lays Over. MAYOR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS, PROCLAMATIONS, EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS, UPDATE ON COVID-19 Consent Agenda Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to receive and file all RO's, receive all RC's and adopt all Resolutions and Ordinances. All were passed on call of the roll: Ayes: 9. ( * = Consent items) REPORT OF OFFICERS Passed: *No. 136-20-21 by Board of License Examiners submitting applications for Building Contractor Licenses already granted. No. 137-20-21 by City Clerk submitting license application. Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to suspend the rules and grant the license application. Refer to City Plan: No. 138-20-21 by City Clerk submitting a communication from Robert J. Werner of Stonebrook Crossing LLC submitting a final plat for Stonebrook Crossing Addition No. 2 to replat the previous interior lot lines in the Boulder No. 139-20-21 by City Clerk submitting an application from the City of Sheboygan Redevelopment Authority for an amendment of the official zoning map of the City of Sheboygan for property located on the Northwest corner of South 10th Street and Illinois Avenue (Formerly 935 Illinois Avenue - Parcel #59281505800) from Class Urban Industrial (UI) to Class Central Commercial (CC) Classification. No. 140-20-21 by City Clerk submitting an application from the City of Sheboygan Redevelopment Authority for an amendment of the official zoning map of the City of Sheboygan for property located off of South 10th Street (Formerly 1011 South 10th Street - Parcel #59281505810) from Class Urban Industrial (UI) to Class Central Commercial (CC) Classification. No. 141-20-21 by City Clerk submitting an application from the City of Sheboygan Redevelopment Authority for an amendment of the official zoning map of the City of Sheboygan for property located off of South 10th Street (Formerly 1015 South 10th Street - Parcel #59281505820) from Class Urban Industrial (UI) to Class Central Commercial (CC) Classification. No. 142-20-21 by City Clerk submitting an application from the City of Sheboygan for an amendment of the official zoning map of the City of Sheboygan for property located off of South 10th Street (Parcel #59281505930) from Class Urban Industrial (UI) to Class Central Commercial (CC) Classification. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 143-20-21 by City Clerk submitting a claim from Gina M. Gordon for alleged damages to her car when it was struck by a Department of Public Works vehicle. No. 144-20-21 by City Administrator submitting the City of Sheboygan 2021 Long Term Financial Plan to the Common Council. Refer to Finance and Personnel and Public Works: No. 145-20-21 by Director of Public Works submitting an analysis of the Motor Vehicle Division of the Department of Public Works non-commercial driver's license vehicles (Non-CDL light duty by Enterprise Fleet Management). The analysis describes the current state of the fleet and its limitations, provides alternatives to shorten the life cycle and maximize the equity at the time of resale. In addition, the program will improve operating and capital financials. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 146-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications. RESOLUTIONS Passed: No. 164-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Buteyn-Peterson Construction Company, Inc. to replace the sanitary sewer along Bell Avenue between N. 5th Street and N. 6th Street. Motion by Dekker/Sorenson to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 165-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Donohue authorizing the appropriate City officials to sign the January 1, 2021-December 31, 2023 Contract between the City of Sheboygan and International Association of Firefighters Local 483. Motion by Sorenson/Dekker to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. Refer to City Plan: No. 166-20-21 by Ald. Bohren pursuant to the extraterritorial plat approval jurisdiction of the City of Sheboygan approving the final plat of Koopelmann Estates subdivision in the Town of Sheboygan, the preliminary plat being approved by the City Plan Commission on December 15, 2020. REFER TO CITY PLAN COMMISSION No. 167-20-21 by Ald. Bohren approving the final plat of the Stonebrook Crossing Addition No. 2 subdivision. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 168-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren providing for the sale of approximately $3,660,000 Taxable General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2021B. Refer to Public Works: No. 169-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute a Professional Services Agreement with MSA Professional Services, Inc. for planning and engineering services necessary to replace the generator and electrical panels at the Municipal Service Building. No. 170-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract for the construction of the 2021 Sidewalk Program. No. 174-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a Design Engineering Services Agreement with AECOM Technical Services, Inc. to finalize the engineering and provide construction services for the Influent Building HVAC Project at the Waste Water Treatment Plant. Refer to Transit: No. 171-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker accepting and approving the Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan (February 2021). No. 172-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker accepting and approving the Sheboygan Transit Development Program (TDP) 2021-2025. No. 173-20-21 by Ald. Sorenson and Dekker authorizing the appropriate City Officials to enter into a Grant Agreement with the State of Wisconsin and to make necessary expenditures under that Grant Agreement in order to take advantage of the State of Wisconsin's Volkswagen Mitigation Transit Capital Assistance Grant Program. REPORT OF COMMITTEES Passed: *No. 242-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 303-19-20 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 314-18-19 by Finance and Personnel and R. C. No. 416-16-17 by Finance and R. O. No. 199-16-17 by City Clerk submitting a Complaint and four (4) Summons in the matter of Kurt R. Klessig and Mary A. Heitzmann v Anthony Hamilton, Brandon Kehoe, City of Sheboygan, City of Sheboygan Police Department and Wilson Mutual Insurance Company; recommends filing the document. *No. 243-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 304-19-20 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 318-18-19 by Finance and Personnel and R. C. No. 286-17-18 by Finance and R. O. No. 242-17-18 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Wal-mart Stores, Inc. v. City of Sheboygan; recommends filing the document. *No. 244-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 305-19-20 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 327-18-19 by Finance and Personnel and R. O. No. 101-18-19 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Wal-mart Stores, Inc. v. City of Sheboygan; recommends filing the document. *No. 245-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 306-19-20 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 338-18-19 by Finance and Personnel and R. O. No. 203-18-19 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Accurate Repair, LLC vs City of Sheboygan; recommends filing the document. *No. 246-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. C. No. 308-19-20 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 71-19-20 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Wal-mart Stores, Inc. v. City of Sheboygan; recommends filing the document. *No. 247-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 95-20-21 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of QaShontae Hosomla Short vs. Sheboygan Police Department; recommends filing the document. *No. 248-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 125-20-21 by City Attorney submitting a recommendation that the City of Sheboygan continue to use Quarles and Brady as bond counsel; recommends filing the document and approving the recommendation. *No. 249-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred R. O. No. 128-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends denying Taxicab Driver License application No. 3452 (Jamie M. Peterson) due to her record of violations related to the licensed activity, her history as a habitual law offender, and her failure to cooperate with staff for the committee. *No. 250-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 133-20-21 by Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations submitting for information the signed Tentative Agreement regarding the collective bargaining contract between the City of Sheboygan and the International Association of Firefighters Local 483; recommends filing the document and advises that the terms of the Tentative Agreement are approved by the committee. *No. 251-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred R. O. No. 134-20-21 by City Attorney submitting, as a matter of record, a copy of the Stipulation for Dismissal filed with the United States District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin on January 26, 2021 in the matter of Kurt R. Klessig and Mary A. Heitzmann v. Anthony Hamilton, Brandon Kehoe, City of Sheboygan, City of Sheboygan Police Department, et al., Case No. 17-CV-00031; recommends filing the document. *No. 252-20-21 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety to whom was referred pursuant to R. O. No. 135-20-21 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends granting the applications with caveat. *No. 253-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 154-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the appropriate City officials to contract with Wisconsin Public Finance Professionals, LLC for financial advisory services in 2021; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 254-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 156-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren authorizing the Purchasing Agent to issue purchase orders for the purchase of a new Pierce Manufacturing Rescue Engine and other necessary equipment related to that Rescue Engine for the Sheboygan Fire Department; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 255-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 157-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing executing an easement for a mini-storm sewer (Kraus); recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 256-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 158-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing executing an easement for a mini-storm sewer (Meyer); recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 257-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 159-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing executing an easement for a mini-storm sewer (Steinmeyer); recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 258-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 160-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing executing an easement for a mini-storm sewer (Wuestenhagen); recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 259-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 161-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract for the construction of the Kiwanis Park Trail Extension; recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 260-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred Res. No. 162-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into an Agreement with Sheboygan Athletic Club, Inc. regarding the operation and management of Wildwood Baseball Park; recommends adopting the Resolution. No. 261-20-21 by Finance and Personnel to whom was referred Res. No. 155-20-21 by Ald. Donohue and Bohren repealing Res. No. 196-19-20 regarding an Early Retirement Incentive Program offered to qualifying city employees; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 262-20-21 by Finance and Personnel Committee to whom was referred Res. No. 153-20-21 by Alderpersons Donohue and Bohren providing for the sale of approximately $5,140,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2021A; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 263-20-21 by Public Works to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL Res. No. 163-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Rebuild-it Services Group to replace two clarifier drive units at the Wastewater Treatment Facility; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Dekker/Sorenson to receive the R. C. and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. GENERAL ORDINANCES Refer to City Plan: No. 32-20-21 by Ald. Donohue amending the City of Sheboygan Official Zoning Map of the City of Sheboygan Zoning Ordinance to change the Use Classification of property located on the Northwest corner of South 10th Street and Illinois Avenue (Formerly 935 Illinois Avenue - Parcel #59281505800) from Class Urban Industrial (UI) to Class Central Commercial (CC) Classification. No. 33-20-21 by Ald. Donohue amending the City of Sheboygan Official Zoning Map of the City of Sheboygan Zoning Ordinance to change the Use Classification of property located off of South 10th Street (Formerly 1011 South 10th Street - Parcel #59281505810) from Class Urban Industrial (UI) to Class Central Commercial (CC) Classification. No. 34-20-21 by Ald. Donohue amending the City of Sheboygan Official Zoning Map of the City of Sheboygan Zoning Ordinance to change the Use Classification of property located off of South 10th Street (Formerly 1015 South 10th Street - Parcel #59281505820) from Class Urban Industrial (UI) to Class Central Commercial (CC) Classification. No. 35-20-21 by Ald. Donohue amending the City of Sheboygan Official Zoning Map of the City of Sheboygan Zoning Ordinance to change the Use Classification of property located off of South 10th Street (Parcel #59281505930) from Class Urban Industrial (UI) to Class Central Commercial (CC) Classification. Refer to Public Works: No. 36-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson creating a 15 Minute Parking zone on the north side of Niagara Avenue between N. 14th Street and N. Commerce Street. No. 37-20-21 by Ald. Dekker and Sorenson placing stop signs at the northwest corner and southeast corner of N. 9th Street and Niagara Avenue. CLOSED SESSION Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to convene in closed session under the exemption provided in Sec. 19.85(1)(e), Wis. Stats., where competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session related to a development opportunity in the SouthPointe Enterprise Campus. All ayes. ADJOURN There being no further business. Motion by Sorenson/Donohue to adjourn. All Ald. present voting "Aye." MICHAEL VANDERSTEEN, MAYOR MEREDITH DEBRUIN, CITY CLERK Run: February 20, 2021 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL February 2, 2021 A meeting of the Common Council was called to order at 6:02 p.m. by Mayor Ward. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Roll call: Bacon, Statz, Williams, Gustafson, Nault, Wiederanders and Reeths were present. Ald. Bacon, Statz, Williams, Gustafson, Nault, and Reeths and Mayor Ward appeared in person. Ald. Wiederanders appeared virtually via Zoom. Williams/Nault to move Item 7e to the regular agenda and adopt the amended agenda. Carried. No one spoke during public comment. Bacon/Reeths to approve following bills: General Fund - $3,685,770.39, Capital Fund - $616,306.92, TID #2 - $362.58, TID #4 - $9,124.03, Solid Waste Enterprise Fund - $2,553.14 and Compost Site Enterprise Fund - $10,000.00 for a grand total of $4,324,097.06. Roll call: All voted aye, Wiederanders unresponsive due to technical difficulties. Carried. Mayor Ward declared a recess at 6:06 p.m. to fix technical difficulties. Convened at 6:18 p.m. Nault/Bacon to approve consent agenda: a. Approval of 1/19/21 regular Common Council minutes. b. Place the following minutes on file: (1) Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee 1/12/21 c. Place the following reports on file: (1) Police Department Report December 2020 d. Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee recommendation re: Approve the draft cable installation agreement for Canal Lane as presented. e. Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee recommendation re: Immediately enter into a professional services agreement with E-Plan Exam for sprinkler system plan reviews and to submit a 30-day notice to Safebuilt for termination of services effective May 16, 2021 thereafter E-Plan Exam will provide plan review services. Moved to regular agenda. f. Joint Parks & recreation board & Committee re: Approve the updated Farm Market Rules & Regulations, and attempt to hold a vendor meeting at the beginning and the end of the 2021 Farm Market Season. h. Joint Parks & Recreation Board & Committee re: Approve the updated Five Year Parks & Recreation Plan. i. Disallowance of Claim Resolution re: Kim M. Robertson. j. Consideration of: Approval of Beverage Operator licenses. Carried. RECOMMENDATION We, the Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee, hereby recommend to immediately enter into a professional services agreement with E-Plan Exam for sprinkler system plan reviews and to submit a 30-day notice to Safebuilt for termination of services effective May 16, 2021 thereafter E-Plan Exam will provide plan review services. FINANCE/PURCHASING & BUILDING COMMITTEE By: Helen Bacon, Chr. Community Development Director Olejniczak introduced DA Mattox, owner of E-Plan Exam, who presented a power point presentation. Mr. Mattox explained that E-Plan Exam provides commercial building plan reviews on HVAC, electrical, structural, and sprinkler. Until recent years, this service was only provided by the State. E-Plan Exam is fully licensed by the State with their review process guaranteed to take less than 15 days for approval. Bacon/Gustafson to approve. Carried. There were no mayoral appointments. RECOMMENDATION We, the Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee, hereby recommend to approve submitting application for the M-90 Transbay Service Project grant and have it solidified and sent by January 29, 2021. FINANCE/PURCHASING & BUILDING COMMITTEE By: Helen Bacon, Chr. Mayor Ward commented that the city can remove themselves from this Federal program at any time. ReethsWiederanders to approve. Carried. City Engineer Shefchik introduced award of contract for Project 2101A-Concrete replacement program. Three bids were received for project, all at or below budget amounts. Williams/Bacon to award the Contract for Project 2101A Concrete Replacement Program to Martell construction, Inc. with unit pricing amounts totaling an estimated cost of $139,934.40. Carried. Mr. Shefchik introduced award of contract for Project 2101B Asphalt Replacement Program, in which only one bid was received. Gustafson/Wiederanders to award the contract for Project 2101B Asphalt Replacement Program to Northeast Asphalt, Inc. with unit pricing amounts totaling an estimated cost of $722,053.64. Carried. City Administrator VanLieshout gave his report. Mayor Ward gave his report. Reeths/Williams to adjourn. Carried. The meeting adjourned at 6:53 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Laurie A. Spittlemeister Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Run: February 20, 2021 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL January 19, 2021 A regular meeting of the Common Council was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Mayor Ward. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Roll call: Bacon, Statz, Williams, Gustafson, Nault, Wiederanders and Reeths were present. Williams/Statz to move Item 7e to the regular agenda adopt the amended agenda. Carried. The following people spoke during public comment: Chris Kellems, 120 Alabama Street Bacon/Wiederanders to approve the following bills: General Fund - $128,515.52, Capital Fund - $46,854.50, Cable TV - $40.01, TID #4 - $86,744.97 and Solid Waste Enterprise Fund - $18,096.62 for a grand total of $280,251.62. Roll call: All voted aye. Carried. Reeths/Gustafson to approve the consent agenda: a.Approval of 1/5/21 regular Common Council minutes. b. Place the following minutes on file: (1)Community Protection & Services Committee 11/5/20 (2)Police & Fire Commission 12/14/20 (3)Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee 12/29/20 (4)Personnel Committee 1/8/21 c. Place the following reports on file: (1)Inspection Department Report December 2020 (2)Fire Department Report December 2020 d. Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee recommendation re: Approve purchase of two 2021 Ford Explorer Police Vehicles from Jim Olson Ford, Lincoln in the amount of $66,676.00 plus DMV fees. e. Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee recommendation re: Direct staff to prepare a RFP and interview questions for City Attorney. Moved to regular agenda. f. Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee recommendation re: Extend provision in FFCA to continue paid sick leave benefits for employees up to 80 hours of Emergency Paid Sick Leave for COVID-related reasons as stated in the Family First Compliance Policy until March 31, 2021. Carried. The Mayor presented the following appointments for approval: Williams/Statz to approve: DOOR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 2 year term David Ward, Council Rep. Josh VanLieshout, City Administrator Carried. Gustafson/Wiederanders to approve: DOOR COUNTY TOURISM ZONE COMMISSION 1 year term Pam Seiler Josh VanLieshout Carried. Reeths/Bacon to approve: PARKS & RECREATION COMMITTEE J. Spencer Gustafson (replaces Hayes) Carried. Williams/Nault to approve: BOARD OF PARKS & RECREATION J. Spencer Gustafson (Park & Recreation Committee member) 1 year term Carried. A resolution to combine all polling locations, wards 1 30, for the February 16, 2021 primary was presented. Wiederanders/Nault to adopt. Carried. Bacon/Gustafson to approve an endorsement of Marine Highway Project Destination. The project destination would facilitate increasing levels of freight to be towed via barge across the Bay of Green Bay, instead of over the surface road network. Discussion took place regarding Fincantieri, Navy contracts, opening up to other shippers, and ice breaking procedures. Carried. RECOMMENDATION We, the Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee, hereby recommend to direct staff to prepare a RFP and interview questions for a City Attorney. Introduced by Bacon. Williams/Reeth to approve. Carried. There was no City Administrator report. Mayor Ward gave his report. Nault/Williams to adjourn. Carried. The meeting adjourned at 6:47 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Stephanie Reinhardt City Clerk/HR Director Feb. 10, 2021 WNAXLP


Common Council Proceedings Wednesday, February 3, 20217:00pm The Common Council of the City of Neenah, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, met virtually in regular session at 7:00pm, February 3, 2021. Mayor Kaufert in the chair. Present: Alderpersons Boyette, Bates, Lang, Lendrum, Erickson, Borchardt, Steele, and Stevenson, Director of Finance Easker, Director of Community Development & Assessment Haese, Director of Public Works Kaiser, City Attorney Westbrook, and City Clerk Cheslock. Also Present: City Attorney Godlewski, Director of Parks and Recreation Kading, Bret Flory, Libby Falck, Kate Hancock-Cooke, Deputy Director of Community Development and Assessment Schmidt, Director of Human Resources and Safety Kehl, Jennifer Sunstrom, Director of Water Utility Mach, Michael Greif, Steven Demuth, John Skyrms, Kelly French, Kristen Sandvick, Richard Fahrenkrug, Recreation Supervisor Schott, Recreation Superintendent Kluge, Lee HIllstrom, Jeri Nelson, Brad Viegut, Janet Wanamaker, Abbey Rhodes George Scherck, and Deb Benada. Mayor Kaufert called the meeting to order at 7:00pm I. Clerk Cheslock called a voice roll call II. Proceedings MS Lendrum/Bates to approve the Council Proceedings of the regular meeting of January 20, 2021. There being no objections the motion was approved by unanimous consent. III. Public Hearings A. Consider a Special Use Permit request by Caliber Collision Center, to establish an auto body paint and repair shop on property located at 800 W Winneconne Avenue, Neenah, WI Mayor Kaufert opened the Public Hearing. Bret Flory, representing Caliber Collison Center, stated he was on the call in case of questions and was looking forward to working in Neenah. There being no further appearances, Mayor Kaufert closed the Public Hearing. B. Consider a Special Use Permit request by the Neenah Joint School District, to construct a building addition on property located at 925 Tullar Road (Tullar Elementary School) Neenah, WI Mayor Kaufert opened the Public Hearing. Kelly French from Gries Architectural Group, explained they are looking to do a two classroom addition to Tullar Elementary and stated she was on the call in case of questions. There being no further appearances, Mayor Kaufert closed the Public Hearing. IV. Plan Commission Report pertaining to the Public Hearings A. Council Rep. Lang reported from the Plan Commission meeting of January 26, 2021: 1. Commission recommends Council approve a Special Use Permit for an auto repair business located at 800 W Winneconne Avenue subject to the conditions of the Approval Letter. MSCRP Lang/Stevenson all voting aye. 2. Commission recommends Council approve an amendment to a Special Use Permit for a building addition on a public school located at 925 Tullar Road subject to the conditions on the Approval Letter. MSCRP Lang/Stevenson all voting aye. V. Consent Agenda MS Lendrum/Bates to approve the Consent Agenda as follows: A. Approve the Special Event Permit for the Run Away to the Bay sponsored by the Run Away Events, W 3192 County Rd KK, Appleton, WI to be held on April 17, 2021. (PSSC) There being no objections the motion was approved by unanimous consent. VI. Reports of standing committees A. Chairman Bates reported from the Regular Public Service & Safety Committee meeting of January 26, 2021: (Chairman Bates/Vice Chair Lang) (Minutes can be found on the City's website) 1. Committee recommends Council approve purchase of the 2021 Graco Pulse Pro Electronic Oil Dispensing and Management System from the EH Wolf and Sons for the amount of $16,617.00 with $16,000.00 from the 2021 Capital Improvement Program and the remaining $617.00 using Maintenance of the Building Operating funds. MSCRP Bates/Borcahrdt all voting aye. 2. Committee recommends Council approve funding the remaining $35,107.90 in City costs for Courtney Court street construction with Public Infrastructure Reserves. MSCRP Bates/Borchardt all voting aye. B. Regular Finance & Personnel Committee meeting was cancelled. C. Chairman Erickson reported from the Special Finance & Personnel Committee meeting of February 3, 2021: 1. Committee recommends Council approve Resolution No. 2021-03 Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of $11,750,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes. MSCRP Erickson/Stevenson all voting aye. D. Chairman Boyette reported from the regular Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue Joint Finance and Personnel Committee meeting of January 26, 2021: 1. Committee recommends Council approve the Combined Recruit Class Memorandum of Understanding with Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue, Oshkosh Fire Department, and Grand Chute Fire Department. MSCRP Boyette/Borchardt all voting aye. VII. Reports of special committees and liaisons and various special projects committees A. Council Rep. Lang reported from the regular Plan Commission Meeting of January 26, 2021: 1. Commission recommends Council approve Ordinance No. 2021-02, amending section 26-178 of the Code of Ordinances relating to Single-Family Attached Dwellings. MSCRP Lang/Lendrum moved to approve Ordinance No. 2021-02. MSC Bates/Stevenson moved to postpone action on Ordinance 2021-02 until the February 17, 20221 meeting. B. Vice Chairman Bates reported from the Board of Public Works meeting of January 26, 2021: 1. Council Action Items a. The Board recommends Council approve the Final Payment for Contract 9-20, HMA Pavement Repair to MCC, Inc., Appleton, WI in the amount of $97,360.00. MSCRP Bates/Lang, all voting aye. VIII. Adjournment MSC Stevenson/Lendrum to adjourn at 8:50 pm, all voting aye. Stephanie Cheslock City Clerk Run: February 24, 2021 WNAXLP


Common Council Proceedings Wednesday, January 20, 20217:00pm The Common Council of the City of Neenah, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, met virtually in regular session at 7:00pm, January 20, 2021. Mayor Kaufert in the chair. Present: Alderpersons Boyette, Bates, Lang, Lendrum, Erickson, Spellman, Borchardt, and Stevenson, Director of Finance Easker, Director of Community Development & Assessment Haese, Director of Public Works Kaiser, City Attorney Godlewski, City Attorney Westbrook, and City Clerk Cheslock. Excused: Alderperson Steele. Also Present: Director of Parks and Recreation Kading, Captain Van Sambeek, Police Chief Olson, Trevor Frank, Jim Wise, Deputy Director of Community Development and Assessment Schmidt, Director of Human Resources and Safety Kehl, Samantha Parks, Jim Parks, John Skyrms, Jeff Saxby, Bryan Cunningham, and Brad Viegut. Mayor Kaufert called the meeting to order at 7:02pm I. Clerk Cheslock called a voice roll call II. Introduction and Confirmation of Mayor's Appointments A. Mayor Kaufert introduced his reappointment of Lynn Altenburg to the Board of Review for the five year term to expire June 2025 (UC) MS Bates/Borchardt to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. B. Mayor Kaufert introduced his appointment of David Williams to the Board of Review for the five year term to expire June 2024 (UC) MS Borchardt/Stevenson to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. C. Mayor Kaufert introduced his appointment of Beth Stubing to the Business Improvement District Board for the three year term to expire December 2022 (UC) MS Erickson/Stevenson to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. D. Mayor Kaufert introduced his appointment of Michael Veith to the Committee on Aging for the three year term to expire September 2023 (UC) MS Bates/Borchardt to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. E. Mayor Kaufert introduced his reappointment of Jack Speech to the Landmarks Commission for the three year term to expire July 2023 (UC) MS Stevenson/Lang to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. F. Mayor Kaufert introduced his reappointment of Ruth Streck to the Landmarks Commission for the three year term to expire July 2023 (UC) MS Boyette/Lang to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. G. Mayor Kaufert introduced his reappointment of Nate Van Zeeland to the Landmarks Commission for the three year term to expire July 2023 (UC) MS Lang/Bates to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. H. Mayor Kaufert introduced his appointment of Jim Wise to the Parks and Recreation Committee for the three year term to expire December 2023 (UC) MS Stevenson/Boyette to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. I. Mayor Kaufert introduced his appointment of Jim Wise to the Sustainable Neenah Committee for the three year term to expire December 2023 (UC) MS Borchardt/Lang to confirm Mayor Kaufert's appointment. There being no objections the motions to confirm all appointments were approved by unanimous consent. III. Proceedings MS Lendrum/Lang to approve the Council Proceedings of the regular meeting of January 6, 2021. There being no objections the motion was approved by unanimous consent. IV. Public Hearings A. Consider amending Section 26-178 of the Neenah Zoning Code relating to single-family attached dwellings Mayor Kaufert opened the Public Hearing. There being no appearances, Mayor Kaufert closed the Public Hearing. V. Consent Agenda MS Borchardt/Lang to approve the Consent Agenda as follows: A. Approve the change of agent application for Uncorked Bistro Inc., d/b/a Uncorked Bistro, 108 E Wisconsin Avenue; Stephanie Humblet, Agent. (PSSC) B. Approve Original Alcohol Beverage Retail License Application and Plan of Operation for Old 41 Saloon LLC d/b/a/ Old 41 Saloon, 293 Green Bay Road, Neenah WI 54956, James Scott Parks, agent (Formerly C&C Tavern), pending the return to City inventory of the license currently held by C&C Tavern, Drinks N More. (PSSC) C. Approve the proposed 1 Lot CSM at 164 N. Lake Street. (PC) D. There being no objections the motion was approved by unanimous consent. VI. Reports of standing committees A. Chairman Bates reported from the Regular Public Service & Safety Committee meeting of January 12, 2021: (Chairman Bates/Vice Chair Lang) (Minutes can be found on the City's website) 1. Committee recommends Council approve acceptance of the Efficient Disinfection of Police Vehicles Coronavirus Emergency Supplement Grant in the amount of $6,521.00. MSCRP Bates/Lang, all voting aye. 2. Committee recommends Council approve the Arrowhead Park Design and Engineering Agreement for Millview Drive Railroad Crossing with SEH, Inc. including the following; Task 1: Preliminary Project Design and Coordination for $16,100.00; Task 2: Easement Property Expansion and Railroad Coordination for $7,750.00; Task 3: Office of the Commissioner of Railroads Petition and Hearing for $13,750.00; Task 4: Final Design and Documents for $17,600.00. MSCRP Bates/Lang, all voting aye. 3. Committee recommends Council approve the Design and Engineering Agreement for Phase 1B at Arrowhead Park as defined in the scope of services with SEH, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $101,000.00 utilizing 2021 CIP Budgeted Funds. MSCRP Bates/Borchardt, all voting aye. 4. Committee recommends Council approve Preliminary Resolution 2021-01: Sanitary Sewer Lateral Construction on Fairview Avenue, Isabella Street, Laudan Boulevard, Marathon Avenue, Olive Street, and Washington Avenue. MSCRP Bates/Lendrum, all voting aye. B. Chairman Erickson reported from the Special Finance & Personnel Committee meeting of January 20, 2021: 1. Committee recommends Council approve Resolution. No. 2021-2 Providing for the Sale of Approximately $11,750,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes. MSCRP Erickson/Stevenson, all voting aye. 2. Committee recommends Council authorize the Police Department to fill an upcoming sworn staff vacancy by temporarily adding one additional sworn staff member, no sooner than March 1, 2021 and to have Chief Olson provide monthly reports to the Committee of the number of sworn officers. MSCRP Erickson/Boyette, all voting aye. C. Chairman Erickson reported from the regular Finance & Personnel Committee meeting of January 11, 2021: 1. Committee recommends Council approve the 2021 Intermunicipal Agreement with the City of Appleton for Dial-A-Ride cost sharing. MSCRP Erickson/Borchardt, all voting aye. 2. Committee recommends Council approve replacing the Deputy City Attorney with a Legal Assistant/Paralegal at the salary grade of H3 and authorize staff to fill the position. MSCRP Erickson/Boyette, all voting aye. 3. Committee recommends Council increase the HR Recruiter/Coordinator position from 20 hours per week to 30 hours per week. MSCRP Erickson/Boyette, all voting aye. 4. Committee recommends Council authorize the modification of the grade of the Community Development and Assessment Administrative Assistant position from the grade "G" to a grade "F" and further reclassify the position from full-time to part-time. MSCRP Erickson/Stevenson all voting aye. VII. Reports of special committees and liaisons and various special projects committees A. Vice Chairman Bates reported from the Board of Public Works meeting of January 12, 2021: 1. Council Action Items a. 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COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the regular meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) Board of Education to order on Wednesday, December 16, 2020, at 6:00 p.m., at the district administrative offices. Secretary Jackie Jacak verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Poeschl, Szilagyi NON-AGENDA RELATED PUBLIC FORUM Mark Kainz, 1320 Snowdon Dr., Oshkosh, thanked the Board of Education for their service. He discussed various uses of data and would like to see the Board continue to use: the Winnebago County Health Department information, the state of Wisconsin metrics, and the CDC guidelines. Once the District opens, he would like it to remain open. Kristopher Karns, 1009 Windsor St., Oshkosh, thanked the Board for allowing the opportunity for him to speak and commended teachers for their hard work and dedication. He feels that education is owned by everyone. Julia Salomon, 1320 Snowdon Dr., Oshkosh, sees the effort everyone in the District is putting forth and knows the decisions being made are difficult. She is concerned about how this pandemic has pit people against each other. Her foremost concern, is the safety and happiness of District students. Chris Becich, 1296 Wheatfield Way, Oshkosh, would like to see the District move back to in-person instruction and doesn't understand why that hasn't happened yet since the metrics are trending down. Nadine Tarabishi, 1553 Plummer St., Oshkosh, she hopes that OASD keeps their promise of returning to school two days per week starting in 2021, for virtual learning has become a struggle for her and her family. John Fitzsimmons, 2375 Hamilton St., Oshkosh, he reminded the Board that many individuals have been working since the start of the pandemic. He wonders why students can't return to in-person learning as well. If the District needs additional help, he recommended sending out a memo to the community, for he feels many people would step up and help out. See Knaggs, 1564 Villa Park Dr., Oshkosh, would like to see the kids return to in-person learning. She suggested for those who do not want to return to in-person learning they enroll in eAcademy. Emily and Adam Stadtmueller, 3601 County Rd. N., Oshkosh, explained how their days have changed since their kids have been in virtual learning and how it has affected their family business. They expressed disappointment in the amount of time it has taken the District to formulate a plan to get the students back to in-person learning five days a week. Robert Rigoni, 4556 Bellhaven Ln., Oshkosh, he would like to see the kids return to in-person learning five days a week and would like the District to prioritize this a high-level concern. Nancy Schultz, 55 Crimson Ln., Oshkosh, owns her own business and has no kids in the District, but expressed her disappointment that kids are able to play sports, but are not able to have in-person learning. She doesn't understand how other schools in the community have been able to stay open using the same metrics as the OASD and feels that the District has had ample time to figure this out. CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA For the consent agenda, the board has been furnished with background material on each item or has discussed it at a previous meeting. These will be acted upon with one vote without discussion. If a board member wants to discuss any item, it will be pulled out of the consent agenda and will be voted on separately. The Board will consider approval of: 1. Minutes of November 18, 2020 Regular Board Meeting 2. Minutes of December 2, 2020 Regular Board Meeting 3. Minutes of December 2, 2020 Executive Session of Regular Board Meeting 4. Minutes of December 9, 2020 Executive Session of Special Board Meeting 5. Schedule of vouchers payable filed with the secretary of the Board in the amount of $6,462,351.21 for the Board of Education and $15,857.43 for the recreation department for a total of $6,478,208.64. 6. Personnel A. Appointments, Resignations, and Salaries B. 7. English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program Plan 8. PC Workstation Replacements Moved by Evans and seconded by Olmsted to approve the consent resolutions. Unanimous upon roll call. The consent resolutions were adopted. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTION(S): RESOLUTION #6 MOTION: Evan SECOND: Garner BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve the retirements as filed with the Secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. RESOLTUION #9 MOTION: Evans SECOND: Poeschl BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education approve a waiver for the Educator Effectiveness Evaluation Program for the 2020-2021 school year as filed with the Secretary to the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. RESOLUTION #10 MOTION: Olmsted SECOND: Poeschl BE IT RESOLVED, that the Oshkosh Area School District Board of Education hereby direct the WASB Delegate to support resolutions forwarded to all WASB members prior to the convening of the assembly. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the WASB Delegate is directed to vote on amendments or resolutions that arise from the floor of the delegate assembly in a manner that is consistent with the position of the original resolutions as filed with the Secretary to the Board of Education on December 16, 2020 in accordance with the Rules, Regulations, and Policies of the Board of Education. Unanimous upon roll call. The resolution was adopted. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION: Moved by Garner and seconded by Carlin to adjourn into executive session to: 1. 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 §19.85(1)(e) A. Oshkosh Education Association (OEA) Negotiation Strategies B. Oshkosh Paraprofessional Employee Association (OPEA) Negotiation Strategies C. 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COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the regular meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) Board of Education to order on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. The meeting was held virtually. Secretary Jackie Jacak verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Poeschl, Szilagyi NON-AGENDA RELATED PUBLIC FORUM Alicia Alsberg, 1624 Maricopa Dr., Oshkosh, would like the Board to consider formulating an open enrollment policy that would accommodate teachers and their families, allowing students to be placed in the same school where the parent teaches. Julia Salomon, 1320 Snowdon Drive, Oshkosh, thanked the Board for listening to all of the public comments throughout the pandemic. As excited as she is to get her student back in the classroom, she advocates for schools to be responsible. She is appreciative of the decisions and communication the School Board has provided up to this point. CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA For the consent agenda, the board has been furnished with background material on each item or has discussed it at a previous meeting. These will be acted upon with one vote without discussion. If a board member wants to discuss any item, it will be pulled out of the consent agenda and will be voted on separately. The Board will consider approval of: 1. Legislative Platform Approval 2. Neola Policy Updates A. 3131 Reduction in Staff B. 3231 Outside Activities of Professional Staff C. 4130 Assignment and Transfer D. 4131 Reduction in Staff E. 4231 Outside Activities of Support Staff F. 7440.03 Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones) - (NEW) G. 7441 Unmanned Aircraft (Drones) (DELETE) 3. New Policies A. 1630.02 Oshkosh Area School District-Sponsored COVID-Related Leave B. 3430.02 Oshkosh Area School District-Sponsored COVID-Related Leave C. 4430.02 Oshkosh Area School District-Sponsored COVID-Related Leave Moved by Evans and seconded by Poeschl to approve the consent resolutions. Unanimous upon roll call. The consent resolutions were adopted. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION 1. Considering the Employment, Promotion, Compensation or Performance Evaluation Data of Any Public Employee Over Which the Governmental Body Has Jurisdiction or Exercises Responsibility [§19.85(1)(c) Wisconsin Statutes] A. Contract Renewals for Administrators B. Superintendent Evaluation/Contract Moved by Garner and seconded by Poeschl to adjourn. Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned into Executive Session at 8:41 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jackie Jacak Board Secretary Run: Feb. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the special joint meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) Board of Education and the Oshkosh City Council to order on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. The meeting was hosted virtually. Secretary Jackie Jacak verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Poeschl, Szilagyi Guests from the City of Oshkosh included: Allen Davis, Lynnsey Erickson, Michael Ford, Jake Krause, Mark Lyons, Matt Mugerauer, Mayor Lori Palmeri, James Rabe, Mark Rohloff, Assistant Chief Kurt Schoeni WORKSHOP SESSIONS Police School Liaison Officer (PSLO) Program Future Funding Currently, the City of Oshkosh provides the OASD with five officers while school is in session. Oshkosh Area School District pays 50% of four police school liaison officer's (PSLO) wages/benefits while on campus (approximately nine months) and pays for all overtime. The fifth school liaison officer is paid 100% by the City of Oshkosh. The City of Oshkosh would like the school district to consider helping pay for all five officers at 50%. Currently, the City of Oshkosh is caring a larger burden of the cost and for budgetary purposes needs assistance in this area. The cost of the fifth officer at 50% would be approximately be $31,000. The memorandum of understanding for the PSLO's expires August of 2022. New School(s) Plans Moving Forward The District and City of Oshkosh will continue to work together cohesively during the school District's rebuilding process. Some items that need to be considered during the rebuilding/renovation projects are; traffic patterns, land use, and vitality of neighborhoods. The City is ready to work closely with the District to help make sure the schools have a positive impact on the community and neighborhoods. REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS Update on the school building projects Busing City of Oshkosh and OASD addressing mental health issues in the community ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION 1. Considering the Employment, Promotion, Compensation or Performance Evaluation Data of Any Public Employee Over Which the Governmental Body Has Jurisdiction or Exercises Responsibility [§19.85(1)(c) Wisconsin Statutes] A. Contract Renewals for Administrators B. Superintendent Evaluation/Contract Moved by Garner and seconded by Carlin to adjourn. Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned into Executive Session at 7:06 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jackie Jacak Board Secretary Run: Feb. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the special meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) Board of Education to order on Wednesday, December 16, 2020, at 5:45 p.m., at the district administrative offices. Secretary Jackie Jacak verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans (arrived 5:49 p.m.), Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Poeschl, Szilagyi PUBLIC HEARING ON MODIFYING EDUCATOR EFFECTIVENESS PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR. Reading of Educator Effectiveness Program Requirements Waiver - Dr. Jones provided a brief overview of the evaluation system currently at OASD for teachers and administrators. The current model is not designed for evaluating individuals while in virtual model. Vast majority of the components require in-person evaluation. Board approved changes will need to be submitted to the state for final approval. ADJOURNMENT Moved by Garner and seconded by Carlin to adjourn. Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned at 5:54 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jackie Jacak Board Secretary Run: Feb. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. President Herzog called the special meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) Board of Education to order on Wednesday, January 6, 2020, at 6:04 p.m., at the district administrative offices. It was verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Poeschl, Szilagyi ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION Moved by Evans and seconded by Olmsted to adjourn into Executive Session at 6:05 p.m. for the purpose of : 1. Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility.[§19.85(1)(c) Wis. Stats.] A. Discussion and review of employee complaint RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION Moved by Garner and seconded by Olmsted, the Board reconvened into Open Session at 8:59 p.m. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Board announced that it will be taking the following actions: - Measuring the engagement levels of all staff members in the OASD using a nationally normed tool within the next three weeks. - Reviewing policy and process for bringing complaints to the OASD School Board. - Reviewing the performance of the Superintendent and the Executive District Office team. - Reviewing our process for the Board to frequently collect feedback ADJOURNMENT Moved by Garner and seconded by Poeschl to adjourn. Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned at 9:02 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Cheryl Wirtz Acting Board Secretary Run: Feb. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW NOTIFICATION [§19.84(2)]. The special meeting of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) Board of Education was called to order by President Herzog on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, at 6:15 p.m., in the District administrative offices. Secretary Jackie Jacak verified that the meeting had been noticed pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes. ROLL CALL Verification of Quorum. Present: Carlin, Evans, Garner, Herzog, Olmsted, Poeschl, Szilagyi WORKSHOP LEAD PRESENTER MATRIX REVIEW EXECUTIVE TEAM & SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS The Board of Education at the January 13, 2021 meeting requested a review of the OASD Instructional Models Matrix in an effort to have students safely return to in-person learning five days a week as soon as possible. Kammerer provided a brief overview of how the current matrix came to be. The Instructional Models Matrix was revised with the goal of helping students, parents, staff members, and the community understand how transition decisions are being made. The Executive Team presented four options for the Board to consider. Those options are as follows: Change the Matrix Option #1 would shift the high burden level down. This could be confusing for individuals. The Executive Team is not recommending this option. Create a New Matrix Option #2 would create a new matrix that is based solely on COVID-19 cases and quarantines within OASD schools, as reported in the OASD COVID-19 dashboard. The District would stop using the OASD boundary burden rates. This option could be disruptive to families due to toggling between school being opened and closed. Move Beyond the Matrix Option #3 would stop using the current matrix and transition decision-making to logistics for a return to in-person learning five-days per week for all students (PK-12) on or after February 8, 2021. This option is more school-focused rather than community-focused. Stay with the Current Matrix Option #4 would continue to use the committee-developed revised OASD Instructional Models Matrix to guide transition decisions. After a lengthy discussion reviewing the pros and cons of all of the options, the Board would like to present a resolution on Option #3, moving beyond the matrix, at a Special Board Meeting on Monday, January 25, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. This option will allow the Executive Team to pivot accordingly and safely when launching back into in-person learning five days per week. The Board requested that Dr. Cartwright present several options with staggered starts. They would also like to know what data will be used to make the decisions to open or close. Garner would like the Board to take the lead on providing a date as to when the matrix change would be implemented. This will give the teachers, staff, and the community time to prepare and look forward to this great step. ADJOURN Moved by Garner and seconded by Carlin to adjourn. Unanimous upon roll call. The meeting adjourned at 10:02 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jackie Jacak Board Secretary Run: Feb. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


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DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS' SPECIAL MEETING Tuesday, January 12, 2021 Northcentral Technical College 1000 W. Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 Conference Room: C135 The Northcentral Technical College District Board of Trustees Officers met on January 12, 2021 at the Wausau Campus for a Special Meeting. Chairperson Paul Proulx called the meeting to order at 12:30 p.m. Roll Call: Tom Felch, Charlie Paulson, Paul Proulx I. CLOSED SESSION (12:31 p.m.) a. Charlie Paulson moved and Tom Felch seconded approval to adjourn the Board into Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes Section 19.85(1)(c) for the purpose of: i. Personnel Consideration Roll Call Vote Ayes: Felch, Paulson, Proulx. Motion carried unanimously. II. OPEN SESSION a. Paul Proulx moved and Tom Felch seconded approval to reconvene the Board into Open Session to take any action deemed necessary as a result of the Closed Session. Roll Call Vote Ayes: Felch, Paulson, Proulx. Motion carried unanimously. III. MEETING ADJOURN By consensus, the meeting adjourned at 12:50 p.m. Run February 11, 2021 WNAXLP


DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING Tuesday, January 12, 2021 Northcentral Technical College 1000 W. Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 Zoom + Microsoft Teams The Northcentral Technical College District Board of Trustees met on January 12, 2021 via Zoom + Microsoft Teams. Chairperson Paul Proulx called the meeting to order at 1:01 p.m. Roll Call: Brown, Felch, Gilmore, Paulson, Proulx, Risley-Gray (left at 2:27 p.m.), Smith, Volpe The following items were approved: A. Approval of minutes from December 1, 2020 Board of Trustees Regular Meeting Troy Brown moved and Charlie Paulson seconded Northcentral Technical College District Board approval of the meeting minutes from the December 1, 2020 Board of Trustees Regular Meeting. Roll Call Vote Ayes: Brown, Felch, Gilmore, Paulson, Risley-Gray, Smith, Proulx Abstained: Volpe Motion carried. B. Approval of the 2019-2020 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Roxanne Lutgen Tom Felch moved and Kristine Gilmore seconded Northcentral Technical College District Board approval of the 2019-2020 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. Roll Call Vote Ayes: Brown, Felch, Gilmore, Paulson, Risley-Gray, Smith, Volpe, Proulx. Motion carried unanimously. C. Kristine Gilmore moved and Charlie Paulson seconded approval of the Consent Voting Agenda including: a. Receipts + Expenditures b. Personnel Changes Roll Call Vote Ayes: Brown, Felch, Gilmore, Paulson, Risley-Gray, Smith, Volpe, Proulx. Motion carried unanimously. The following reports were heard: A. President's Report a. Regional Technology Centers of Excellence Jeannie Worden, Darren Ackley, Chet Strebe b. Strategic Plan Draft Jeannie Worden + Vicki Jeppesen c. Mid-Year Institutional Updates B. Chairperson's Report a. WTC DBA Winter Meeting + Legislative Outreach January 15, 2021 (Virtual) b. Spring Board Appointment Process i. Appointment Hearing: Monday, March 15, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. C. Information a. Advisory Meeting Minutes b. Upcoming Meetings + Events c. Good News CLOSED SESSION (2:27 p.m.) A. Paul Proulx moved and Dale Smith seconded approval to adjourn the Board into Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes Section 19.85(1)(c)(g) for the purpose of: a. Approval of December 1, 2020 Closed Session Meeting Minutes b. Update on Potential Litigation c. Personnel Consideration Roll Call Vote Ayes: Brown, Felch, Gilmore, Paulson, Risley-Gray, Smith, Volpe, Proulx. Motion carried unanimously. OPEN SESSION A. Tom Felch moved and Dale Smith seconded approval to reconvene the Board into Open Session to take any action deemed necessary as a result of the Closed Session. Roll Call Vote Ayes: Brown, Felch, Gilmore, Paulson, Smith, Volpe, Proulx. Motion carried unanimously. B. Troy Brown moved and Tom Felch seconded that the Board confirms acceptance of Dr. Weyers' retirement effective June 30, 2021 and to ensure a smooth transition, the Board will conduct an internal search for the next College President. More details will be forthcoming. Roll Call Vote Ayes: Brown, Felch, Gilmore, Paulson, Smith, Volpe, Proulx. Motion carried unanimously. MEETING ADJOURN By consensus, the meeting adjourned at 2:56 p.m. Run February 11, 2021 WNAXLP


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DOCUMENT 00030 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS VILLAGE OF MT. CALVARY DIX ROAD ROADWAY RECONSTRUCTION OWNER Village of Mt. Calvary 999 Fond du Lac Street Mt. Calvary, WI 53057 (920) 753-2230 ENGINEER Gremmer & Associates, Inc. 93 S. Pioneer Road, Suite 300 Fond du Lac, WI 54935 (920) 924-5720 Project No. 200716 Sealed bids will be received by the Village of Mt. Calvary at the office of Gremmer & Associates, Inc., 93 S. Pioneer Road, Suite 300, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935 for Dix Road, until 10:00 a.m., February 24, 2021. Bids received after this time will not be accepted. Bids will be opened and publicly read aloud, immediately after specified closing time. All interested parties are invited to attend. This project is partially funded with State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation Local Roads Improvement Program (LRIP) funds. The Work consists of the approximate quantities: 1,875 CY Common Excavation 575 TONS HMA Pavement 2,025 TONS Base Aggregate Dense 1,730 LF Concrete Curb & Gutter 745 LF Storm Sewer 1,520 SY Restoration Bids will be received on a unit price basis. Each bid must be accompanied by a bid bond, a certified check, or a bank cashier's check as bid security, in the sum of five percent (5%) of the bid, payable to the Village of Mt. Calvary as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, a Contract will be entered into and its performance properly secured within fifteen (15) days of the award of Contract. Should any bid be rejected, such bid security will be forthwith returned to the bidder, and should any bid be accepted, such bid bond or check will be returned upon the timely and proper execution and securing of the Contract. In case the successful bidder shall fail to execute the Contract and Performance Bond, the amount of the bid bond or check shall be forfeited to the Village of Mt. Calvary as liquidated damages. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the opening date. Copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained ONLY from www.gremmerassociates.com or www.questcdn.com. No paper plan sets will be provided. Access the Gremmer & Associates, Inc. or QuestCDN web site to view and download bid information and documents on or after February 10, 2021, for a non-refundable fee of $15.00. Input QuestCDN eBidDoc No. 7535701 on the Gremmer & Associates Contract Bids page or on the QuestCDN Project Search page. No password is required. Contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in downloading and working with the digital documents. Copies of the Bidding Documents are available for viewing at the following offices: 1. Gremmer & Associates, Inc., 93 S. Pioneer Road, Suite 300, Fond du Lac, WI 54935. The letting of the work described herein is subject to the provisions of Section 66.0901 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The Village of Mt. Calvary reserves the right to reject any or all bids, waive any informalities in bidding, or accept the bid(s) which serves the best interest of the Village. Questions regarding this project should be directed to Mr. Jeff Chvosta, P.E. of Gremmer & Associates, Inc. at (920) 924-5720 or j.chvosta@gremmerassociates.com. For the Village of Mt. Calvary: Jerry Olig Village President Run: Feb. 10 & 17, 2021 WNAXLP


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EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD PUBLIC HEARING FEBRUARY 25, 2021 AT 6:00 PM To mitigate the impact of COVID-19: Members of the public can join the meeting by video conference: www.zoom.us (Join a Meeting) Meeting ID: 998 0716 7484 Passcode:130586 Members of the public with limited internet are encouraged to join by phone: Call: 1-312-626-6799 Meeting ID: 998 0716 7484 Passcode: 130586 AGENDA 1. CALL TO ORDER WITH ROLL CALL 2. PROPERLY NOTICED AND ADOPT THE AGENDA PROPOSED RETAIL BUSINESS, DOLLAR GENERAL, TO BE LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF HIGHWAY 42 AND HILLSIDE ROAD. PARCEL#008-02-36302634F & 008-02-36302634G 3. FOLLOWING PROCEDURES FOR THE CONDUCT OF THIS PUBLIC HEARING: A. The developer and their representatives will present their project to the Public. B. All Persons wishing to speak after presentation will be limited to three (3) minutes C. A spokesperson representing a special interest group will be allowed ten (10) minutes for such presentation. Any unused time will not be af forded to succeeding speakers. D. Persons speaking in opposition of the project will speak first after the presentation. E. Anyone speaking in favor of the project will be allotted the same time to provide their comments. F. Time allocation and subject matter allowed is left to the sole discretion of the Town Chairman, without recourse. G. Supervisors will not participate in the discussion of concerns during this public hearing. H. Only Town Supervisors, Clerk, and their transportation providers will be allowed to enter the Town Hall due to COVID concerns. 4. OPEN THE HEARING 5. ADJOURNMENT Deviation from the order shown may occur Notice is hereby given that if a majority of the Plan Commission is present at this meeting, it will constitute a Plan Commission meeting, although the Plan Commission will not take any formal action at this meeting. POSTED: February 6, 2021 J.P. Express Door County Coffee & Tea Egg Harbor Town Hall/Fire Station www.townofeggharbor.org Run: February 6, 13, 2021 WNAXLP


ELECTION NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the public test of the Image Cast Evolution (ICE) voting equipment to be used by the City of Neenah for the February 16, 2021 Spring Primary will be conducted on February 8, 2021 at City of Neenah, 9:00 a.m., Neenah City Hall, 211 Walnut Street. This public test is open to the general public. Stephanie Cheslock, City Clerk, City of Neenah Run: February 6, 2021 WNAXLP


Emergency Food and Shelter Board Program Phase 38 Funding Available Sheboygan County has been awarded federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Emergency Food and Shelter Board Program. Sheboygan County has been chosen to receive $23,143 for phase 38 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county. The selection was made by a National Board that is chaired by the U.S Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency and consists of representatives from American Red Cross; Catholic Charities; USA: National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA; The Jewish Federations of North America; The Salvation Army; and United Way Worldwide. A local board made up of community members and agencies will determine how the funds awarded to Sheboygan County are to be distributed among emergency food and shelter programs run by local service agencies in the area. Under the terms of the grant from the National Board, local agencies chosen to receive funds must: 1) be private voluntary nonprofits or units of government, 2) be eligible to receive Federal funds, 3) have an accounting system, 4) practice nondiscrimination, 5) have demonstrated the capability to deliver emergency food and/or shelter programs, and 6) if they are a private voluntary organization, have a voluntary board. Qualifying agencies are urged to apply. Last year, Sheboygan County distributed emergency food and shelter funds through The Salvation Army and Sheboygan County Food Bank. Public or private voluntary agencies interested in applying for Emergency Food and Shelter Program funds must contact the Local Board Chair, Patrick Boyle, at 920-453-0169 ext. 103 or patrick@sheboygancountfoodbank.com for an application. The deadline for applications to be received is March 9, 2021. A meeting to determine how the funds awarded to Sheboygan County will be distributed will be held virtually at 10 a.m. on March 10, 2021. Run: Feb. 23, 2021 WNAXLP


EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER PROGRAM BOARD ACCEPTING FUNDING APPLICATIONS The Manitowoc County Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) Board has been awarded Phase 38 (FY2020) funds at $13,756. Source of funding is a federal appropriation from Congress to the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program. The National Board selects jurisdictions (cities or counties) for funding, not specific agencies. The federal department responsible for this program is the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). These are not state/county government or United Way funds. The Manitowoc County EFSP Board is charged with determining how each phase of funds are to be distributed among the emergency food and shelter programs run by local agencies in the Manitowoc County area. Under the terms of the grant from the National Board, local agencies chosen to receive funds must: 1) be private voluntary non-profits or units of government, 2) be eligible to receive Federal funds, 3) have an accounting system, 4) practice nondiscrimination, 5) have demonstrated capability to deliver emergency food and/or shelter programs, and 6) if they are a private voluntary organization, have a voluntary board. Qualifying agencies are urged to apply. Public or private voluntary agencies interested in applying for Emergency Food and Shelter Program funds, and for a list of the eligible service areas, contact Ashley Bender, United Way Manitowoc County Executive Director, at (920) 682-8888 or info@unitedwaymanitowoccounty.org for an application. The deadline for applications to be received is Wednesday, February 17, 2021. Run: Feb. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


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


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


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


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


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


EXHIBIT A NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF NORTH FOND DU LAC FOND DU LAC COUNTY WISCONSIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the School Board of the above-named School District, at a meeting duly called, noticed, held and conducted on February 22, 2021, adopted a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE BORROWING OF NOT TO EXCEED $600,000; AND PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION PROMISSORY NOTES Said Resolution was adopted pursuant to the provisions of Section 67.12(12), Wisconsin Statutes to authorize a borrowing in an amount not to exceed $600,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of acquisition of land and a building, renovations and improvements to the building and site, and acquisition of furnishings, fixtures and equipment (the "Project"). Copies of said Resolution are on file in the District office, located at 1 115 Thurke Ave., North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54937 and may be inspected Monday through Friday, except for holidays, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. or upon request by email from Aaron Sadoff, District Administrator, asadoff@nfdlschools.org. Section 67.12(12)(e)2, Wisconsin Statutes provides in part that a referendum is required on the question of this borrowing only if a petition is filed within 30 days after this publication signed by at least 7,500 District electors or 20% of the District electors voting for Governor at the last general election, whichever is the lesser. If no such petition is filed, then the Resolution shall be effective without a referendum, Dated this 22nd day of February, 2021. BY THE ORDER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD Vickie Goldapske District Clerk Published this 25th day of February, 2021 in the Fond du Lac Reporter. WNAXLP


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FEBRUARY 2, 2021 Special meeting of the Common Council was called to order by Mayor McManus at 6:19 p.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall. PRESENT: Mike Feirer, Nick Poeschel, Quentin Rosandich, Ken Bargender, Ed Wagner, Tom Witzel, Adam Fischer, Rebecca Spiros, Tom Buttke, and Peter Hendler. ABSENT: None The flag was saluted and the pledge given. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD · None CC21-012 Motion by Spiros, second by Poeschel to go into closed session pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 19.85(1)(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"; and 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." · Review of Fire and Police Commission members activities and procedures · Review of complaint filed related to Mayor Bob McManus Roll call vote: Ayes 9; Nays 1 (Hendler) (Time: 6:22 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Rosandich, Bargender, Wagner, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, Buttke and Hendler, City Administrator Barg, City Attorney Wolfgram and City Clerk Hall. The Mayor presented information pertaining to Fire and Police Commission members activities and procedures. Once done presenting his information he recused himself and Council President Witzel assumed the chair at 6:56 p.m. The Mayor left the closed session at 7:05 p.m. CC21-013 Motion by Wagner, second by Buttke to return to open session. Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 7:49 p.m.) Motion carried CC21-014 Motion by Wagner, second by Bargender to require Andy Keogh to deliver a bond in the amount of $1,000 pursuant to Wis. Stats. 17.16(4) in a form acceptable by the City Attorney conditioned for payment of actual costs incurred by the City arising out of the hearing or investigation of the charges he has preferred to be heard by the Council. Ayes 7; Nays 3 (Poeschel, Fischer, Spiros) Motion carried CC21-015 Motion by Buttke, second by Poeschel to authorize the President of the Council to work with the City Administrator to secure special legal counsel for the purpose of providing legal services to the Common Council in the investigation and hearing of the Complaint filed seeking removal of the Mayor and authorize the execution of agreement related to such services. Ayes 9; Abstain 1 (Witzel) Motion carried CC21-016 Motion by Poeschel, second by Fischer to authorize the President of the Council to coordinate the scheduling of a hearing on the Complaint filed seeking removal of the Mayor. Ayes 9; Abstain 1 (Witzel) Motion carried CC21-017 Motion by Buttke, second by Hendler to authorize the President of the Council to coordinate the service of the Complaint and notice of hearing on the Mayor. Ayes 9; Abstain 1 (Witzel) Motion carried CC21-018 Motion by Wagner, second by Spiros to authorize the President of the Council to issue subpoenas compelling the attendance of any witness at the request of any interested party, authority or upon his own judgement. Ayes 9; Abstain 1 (Witzel) Motion carried Motion by Wagner, second by Bargender to adjourn the meeting at 7:53 pp.m. Motion carried Respectfully submitted, Deb M. Hall City Clerk Run: February 13, 2021 WNAXLP


FEBRUARY 25, 2021 CITY OF DE PERE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS PROJECT 21-19A CONCRETE GRINDING SIDEWALK VARIOUS LOCATIONS Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Public Works of the City of De Pere at the Municipal Service Center, 925 South Sixth Street, De Pere, Wisconsin 54115, until 1:00 P.M., Thursday, March 18, 2021 at which time they will be publicly opened and read. The bid opening will occur virtually. See the proposal forms and specifications for additional information. Project 21-19A for which proposals are being sought includes the following approximate quantities: 400 Each Grinding sidewalk up to five (5) feet wide and less than (2) inches high 40 LF Grind of sidewalk wider than five (5) feet wide All proposals shall be submitted on forms provided by the City of De Pere. Proposal forms and specifications may be viewed by emailing dppubwrks@deperewi.gov. The letting of the contract is subject to the provisions of Wisconsin Statute Section 62.15 regarding Public Works. The City of De Pere reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, to waive any informality in bidding and to accept any proposal which the Common Council deems most favorable to the interests of the City of De Pere. Dated this 25th Day of February 2021. Board of Public Works City of De Pere Eric Rakers, P.E. City Engineer Project 21-19A Run: Feb. 25, Mar. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


FEBRUARY 25, 2021 CITY OF DE PERE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS PROJECT 21-19 MUDJACKING - CURB & GUTTER AND SIDEWALK VARIOUS LOCATIONS Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Public Works of the City of De Pere at the Municipal Service Center, 925 South Sixth Street, De Pere, Wisconsin 54115, until 1:00 P.M., Thursday, March 18, 2021, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. The bid opening will occur virtually. See the proposal forms and specifications for additional information. Project 21-19 for which proposals are being sought includes the following approximate quantities: 100 LF Mud-Jacking Curb & Gutter 2,800 SF Mud-Jacking Sidewalk All proposals shall be submitted on forms provided by the City of De Pere. Proposal forms and specifications may be viewed by emailing dppubwrks@deperewi.gov. The letting of the contract is subject to the provisions of Wisconsin Statute Section 62.15 regarding Public Works. The City of De Pere reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, to waive any informalities in bidding and to accept any proposal which the Common Council deems most favorable to the interests of the City of De Pere. Dated this 25th of February 2021. Board of Public Works City of De Pere Eric Rakers, P.E. City Engineer Project 21-19 Run: Feb. 25, Mar. 4, 2021 WNAXLP


FEBRUARY 9, 2021 Regular meeting of the Common Council was called to order by Mayor McManus at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall. PRESENT: Mike Feirer, Nick Poeschel, Quentin Rosandich, Ken Bargender, Ed Wagner, Tom Witzel, Adam Fischer, Rebecca Spiros, Tom Buttke, and Peter Hendler. ABSENT: None The flag was saluted and the pledge given. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD Steve Leu, 1313 E. 26th Street. It seemed like there was finally some movement on the issues of the job function test and the Chief's extended leave of absence. It is obvious now that this is not the case and the Fire & Police Commission has taken upon themselves to launch an investigation into the actions of the Mayor. This investigation was done by an outside agency where criminal allegations were unfounded. He is speaking on behalf of the people that can't practice their constitutional right of free speech for fear of retaliation or being targeted by their administration. He is here for the people that are backing the Mayor but can't mention it for fear of retaliation. They applaud the Mayor for having the courage and backbone to standup to our own no term limit politicians that we have. The time has come to investigate the Fire & Police Commission and remove them. Rita Blenker, 601 S. Adams Avenue. She has always been very proud of our city, but not so much today. Mayor McManus is a man of integrity, faith, honesty, and strength. What he has had to go through is embarrassing. Everybody on the Common Council, city positions, and committees make an oath to protect the citizens of Marshfield. This oath does not say that you protect your personal best friends or put personal needs first. There is a form of media out there that likes to stir the pot, gives only half of the story, and it is a very selfserving media. The truth needs to come out without bias. She thanked Mayor McManus for being strong and for not giving up. He is a true representative to the citizens of Marshfield. Jim Hiller, 1011 E. Grant Street. He supports the Mayor and he hopes the Council does too. The real cancer is the Fire and Police Commission. The Commission was never meant for a member to be on there forever and ever. That is bad politics. 5-year terms are what it is supposed to be. He hopes that the Council investigates the Fire & Police Commission. If the Council is thinking that they are going to get rid of the Mayor, that is the citizens job. They elected him to the office. Becky Huebner-Leu, 1313 E. 26th Street. She has voiced concerns to the Common Council regarding the Marshfield Fire & Police Commission and Police Chief Rick Gramza. She presented information that proved that the Job Function Test process was invalid, brought to light that Chief Gramza was allowed to return to work before his criminal investigation was completed, and the fact that inappropriate behavior was revealed in the criminal investigation, and yet no internal investigation was initiated. The Fire & Police Commission has not acted on Chief Gramza's employment status so he is still employed on voluntary leave and collecting a salary of over $100,000 annually. When Gramza was off on leave but being paid, and after he was criminally charged, was brought in by the City to defend the City in the arbitration hearing. Legal costs of hundreds of thousands of dollars related to the Fire & Police Commission and Chief Gramza will be the responsibility of Marshfield taxpayers. She has grave concerns for the Police Department in having to work in highly stressful working conditions, extremely low morale, and long-lasting effects of the actions of the Fire & Police Commission and Chief Gramza. The reputation of the department that was once stellar has now been reduced to that you don't want to work there. The citizens of Marshfield are fed up. They are also fed up with the erroneous charge to remove Mayor McManus by Andy Keogh. This over an investigation that concluded months ago with no criminal findings or charges. It is the duty and responsibility of the Common Council to hold all groups accountable. This includes members of the Fire & Police Commission. She supports the Mayor and requests that the Common Council authorize an investigation of the members of the Fire & Police Commission. CC21-019 Motion by Poeschel, second by Hendler to approve the minutes of the Common Council meetings of January 26, 2021 and February 2, 2021. Ayes - 10 Motion carried STAFF UPDATES Oath of Office and Badge pinning of Firefighters/Paramedics Nathan Saeger and Justin Hansen. Helmet shield presentation was presented by Fire Chief Scott Owen to Firefighter Jacob Kenowski. Vandeyhey Waters Project update by Parks & Recreation Director Justin Casperson. MAYOR'S COMMENTS None COUNCIL COMMENTS Alderperson Buttke asked the City Attorney to explain why the City is still paying Chief Gramza. Attorney Wolfgram explained that the statutes require that when a chief is put on leave under those types of charges that he remains paid. This is a statutory provision. The statutes also govern the process by which any type of determination by the Fire & Police Commission has to be conducted. The City is following those statutes. REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES Mike Meyers, a member of the Fire & Police Commission. The Commission is not dragging this out, it is governed by law. The Commission is allowed to hire and fire, set policy, and they do all of this outside of the public arena. If you are ever asked why a Fire & Police Commission is needed, everything that has been going on in the last 6-8 months is a good example of why a city our size needs a commission. We need to keep items like this out of the political arena. Unfortunately, there are a lot of things stacked up right now. There is more than just one issue. What would be the incentive to dragging this out, showing favoritism, or a number of other things that they have been accused of doing? There is nothing to motivate them to do that. They simply want to do their job and all the commissioners take it seriously. CONSENT AGENDA CC21-020 Motion by Hendler, second by Feirer to receive and place on file, approving all recommended actions for the items listed on the consent agenda. Meeting Minutes/Reports: Communications Committee of October 26, 2020; Business Improvement District Board of November 12, 2020; Communication Committee of November 23, 2020; Community Development Authority Finance of December 17, 2020; Community Development Authority - Board of December 17, 2020; Library Board of January 19, 2021; Fire & Police Commission of January 22, 2021; Business Improvement District Board of January 28, 2021; Board of Public Works of February 2, 2021 (1. Agreement with DOT for Adler Road trail extension; 2. Final assessments for 2020 asphalt paving projects; and 3. Resolution No. 2021-08 (2021 special assessments projects); Judiciary and License Committee of February 3, 2021; and Finance, Budget and Personnel Committee of February 3, 2021 (1. Training center agreement with Mid-State Technical College; 2. Refill 3 vacant positions Streets; 3. Submit revised job description for Administrative Specialist/Human Resources Assistant (Administration) to compensation consultant; and 4. Payroll Resolution No. 2021-07, Seasonal pay scale adjustments). Ayes - 10 Motion carried No items were removed from the consent agenda. CC21-021 Motion by Rosandich, second by Feirer to authorize an investigation to be initiated by the City Attorney into the protocol and actions of members of the Fire and Police Commission from January 1, 2020 through February 5, 2021. Alderperson Wagner said that if the Mayor truly believes that there are problems with the Fire & Police Commission then the best way to do it is to file a complaint. Alderperson Poeschel commented that he is not opposed to an investigation but he is concerned that there is no specific thing that would be investigated. There has to be a basis to conduct an investigation. You can't just go out and start looking for things. He would like to see some specifics in writing that they can look at as to what is being alleged. Alderperson Spiros said that she agrees with Alderperson Poeschel. In order to launch an investigation, you actually have to have something concrete that you are complaining about. Alderperson Fischer is not against doing an investigation and looking into something but as he read the agenda item it is so generic; to authorize an investigation to be initiated into the protocol and actions of members. Before he could vote yes, he would need something in writing as to what it is the Mayor would like investigated. Alderperson Hendler agreed that if the Mayor does have something that is concrete than he should file a complaint. Vote on motion CC21-021; Ayes 2 (Feirer, Rosandich); Nays 8 Motion failed Wastewater Superintendent Sam Warp gave an update on the mercury compliance at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Second reading of Ordinance No.1449, to amend Chapter 18 General Zoning Ordinance, Section 18-65(8), Section 18-65(9), Section 18-72 and Section 18-73. CC21-022 Motion by Buttke, second by Poeschel to approve Ordinance No. 1449. Ayes 10 Motion carried Consideration of candidates to serve on the Ethics Board. Danielle Anderson, 107A S. Central Avenue Michael W. Brennan, 1809 Woodsview Drive Dan Cummins, 1126 W. Blodgett Street Marvin Duerr, 2313 S. Washington Avenue Alanna Feddick-Goodwin, 1905 S. Central Krista James, 1412 Arlington Street Jennifer Jirschele, 2308 E. Fillmore Street Dorothy Schnitzler, 709 S. Cherry Avenue Tammy Simon, 311 S. Schmidt Avenue Stephanie White, 137 S. Central Avenue Each candidate introduced themselves to the Council except for Danielle Anderson and Tammy Simon who were not present. CC21-023 Motion by Buttke, second by Witzel to nominate all of the candidates listed above to serve on the Ethics Board. Ayes 10 Motion carried The Council voted for their top 4 candidates to serve on the Ethics Board. Top 4 candidates were: Michael W. Brennan, Alanna Feddick-Goodwin, Krista James and Jennifer Jirschele. Jennifer Jirschele will serve as the Alternate on the Ethics Board serving a 3-year term. CC21-024 Motion by Bargender, second by Buttke to elect Krista James to serve a 3-year term on the Ethics Board. Ayes 10 Motion carried CC21-025 Motion by Poeschel, second by Buttke to elect Michael W. Brennan to serve a 2-year term on the Ethics Board. Ayes 10 Motion carried CC21-026 Motion by Buttke, second by Witzel to elect Alanna Feddick-Goodwin to serve a 1-year term on the Ethics Board. Ayes - 10 Motion carried CC21-027 Motion by Witzel, second by Buttke to go into closed session pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 19.85(1)(e) "Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specific public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons are involved." Update on development agreement with Veteran's Parkway Estates AND Closed session under Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 19.85(1)(g) "Conferring with legal counsel for the governmental body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved." Claims for unlawful tax Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 7:42 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Rosandich, Bargender, Wagner, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, Buttke and Hendler, City Administrator Barg, City Attorney Wolfgram and City Staff (Josh Miller, Dan Knoeck, Ron Aumann, and Deb Hall) Alderperson Witzel, Dan Knoeck, and Josh Miller left the closed session at 7:41 p.m. CC21-028 Motion by Poeschel, second by Buttke to return to open session. Roll call vote, all ayes. (Time: 7:55 p.m.) Motion carried No action was taken in open session regarding the closed session items. Future Agenda Items None Motion by Buttke, second by Rosandich to adjourn the meeting at 7:56 p.m. Motion carried Respectfully submitted, Deb M. Hall City Clerk Run: Feb. 27, 2021 WNAXLP


FEBRUARY SESSION KEWAUNEE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER FEBRUARY 9, 2021 The meeting of the Kewaunee County Board of Supervisors was called to order by the Kewaunee County Chairman, Daniel Olson, on February 9, 2021 at 6:01 PM. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited, followed by prayer. Roll Call: Supervisors Augustian, Baker, Doell, Guilette, Haske, Jahnke, Kinnard, Kroll, Lazansky, Lukes, Mastalir, Olson, Paape, Romdenne, Swagel, Teske, Vollenweider, Wagner and Wochos (19) were present. Supervisor Piesler (1) was excused. Supervisors Baker moved and Swagel seconded to approve the County Board agenda. Motion carried. Supervisors Swagel moved and Lazansky seconded to approve the previous County Board minutes. Annual Reports, Committee Reports & Other Reports RESOLUTION NO. 43-02-2021 - GRANTING THE PETITION FOR BRIDGE AID TOWN OF RED RIVER Supervisors Paape moved and Romdenne seconded for adoption. Roll call vote: 19 ayes, 0 nayes. Motion carried. RESOLUTION NO. 44-02-2021 - AUTHORIZING ACCEPTANCE OF DONATION AND APPROVAL OF DONATION AGREEMENT - Pheasant Exhibit at Bruemmer Park (2/3 Vote Required) Supervisors Jahnke moved and Doell seconded for adoption. Roll call vote: 18 ayes, 1 naye (Baker). Motion carried. Communications & Chairman's Comments: Supervisors Romdenne moved and Wagner seconded that the May County Board Meeting will held on May 18, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. Motion carried. Supervisors Wagner moved and Vollenweider seconded to adjourn. Motion carried. Board adjourned at 7:57 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 Fairgrounds in Luxemburg on February 9, 2021. 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: Feb. 18, 2021 WNAXLP


FILE NUMBER 21-CU-5560 Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee 02-24-21 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a Variance which is regulated by one or more of the following: Chapter 23, the Town/County Zoning Code, Chapter 26, the Floodplain Zoning Code, and Chapter 27, the Shoreland Zoning Code. Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on February 24, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 120, in the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. For the welfare of everyone, Public Hearings will be held via Zoom. Attendance may be in person, exercising social distancing, however we are encouraging the public to stay home and stay safe. Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87897725810?pwd=N3dTM1czWWNFTDUrZGF5YVdFalg2QT09 Dial by your location: +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) Meeting ID: 878 9772 5810 Passcode: 618743 Additional Instructions for making a virtual appearance can be found at: https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/planning-and-zoning. For further detailed information concerning this notice, contact the Town Clerk or the Winnebago County Zoning office, where the application is available for viewing. INFORMATION ON CONDITIONAL USE REQUEST. Application No.: 21-CU-5560 Applicant: GD FAMILY HOLDINGS LLC; Agent: Derek Semenas Location of premises: North of 1050 Black Oak School Rd Tax Parcel No.: 012-0394 Legal Description: Being all of Lot 1 of CSM-2163 located in part of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4, Section 22, Township 17 North, Range 16 East, Town of Nekimi, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Explanation:Applicant is requesting a conditional use permit to develop a personal storage facility in an agricultural zoning district. Code Reference: 23.8-41 Exhibit 8-1(14.02) Run: February 12, 17, 2021 WNAXLP


FINAL RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ASPHALT RESURFACING IMPROVEMENTS AND LEVYING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS AGAINST PROPERTY February 17, 2021 WHEREAS, the Improvement & Services Committee of the City of Green Bay, Wisconsin, held a virtual public hearing at 6:00 p.m. on the 10th day of February 2021, for the purpose of hearing all interested persons concerning the preliminary resolution and Report of the Director of Public Works on the proposed improvement and has heard all persons desiring audience at such hearings on the following streets or portion of streets: GUNS ROAD Main Street to south City limits HARVEST ROAD Finger Road to Crest Lane IRENE STREET Crooks Street to Main Street NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GREEN BAY: 1. That the Report of the Director of Public Works pertaining to the construction of the above described improvement, including plans and specifications therefore as modified, having been reviewed and discussed by members of the Improvement and Services Committee, is hereby adopted and approved. 2. That the Improvement & Services Committee is directed to advertise for bids and to carry out the work of such improvements in accordance with the Report of the Director of Public Works as approved and authorized by the appropriate Committee. 3. That the payment for improvements be made by assessing the cost to the property as indicated in said Report of the Director of Public Works. 4. That the assessments shown on and confirmed by the Report of the Director of Public Works as modified are true and correct, and found to be in the public interest are hereby confirmed. 5. That those special assessments not paid in cash shall be payable to the City of Green Bay in five (5) annual installments with interest thereon at the rate of two and nine tenths percent (2.9%) per annum. 6. That the City Clerk shall be directed to publish this resolution in the official newspaper of the City of Green Bay. 7. That the City Clerk shall be further directed to mail a copy of this resolution to every property owner whose name appears on the assessment roll, whose post office address is known, or can with reasonable diligence be ascertained. Adopted February 17, 2021 Approved: February 18, 2021 Eric Genrich Mayor Attest: Celestine Jeffreys City Clerk Run: February 19, 2021 WNAXLP


FINAL RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONCRETE PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS AND LEVYING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS AGAINST PROPERTY February 17, 2021 WHEREAS, the Improvement & Services Committee of the City of Green Bay, Wisconsin, held a virtual public hearing at 6:00 p.m. on the 10th day of February 2021, for the purpose of hearing all interested persons concerning the preliminary resolution and Report of the Director of Public Works on the proposed improvement and has heard all persons desiring audience at such hearings on the following streets or portions of streets: GRAY STREET Dousman Street to Mather Street NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GREEN BAY: 1. That the Report of the Director of Public Works pertaining to the construction of the above described improvement, including plans and specifications therefore as modified, having been reviewed and discussed by members of the Improvement & Services Committee, is hereby adopted and approved. 2. That the Improvement & Services Committee is directed to advertise for bids and to carry out the work of such improvement in accordance with the Report of the Director of Public Works as approved and authorized by the appropriate Committee. 3. That the payment for improvements be made by assessing the cost to the property as indicated in said Report of the Director of Public Works. 4. That the assessments shown on and confirmed by the Report of the Director of Public Works as modified are true and correct, and found to be in the public interest are hereby confirmed. 5. That those special assessments not paid in cash within thirty (30) days of the date of the billing will be placed on the current tax roll as a lien against the property and shall be payable to the City of Green Bay in five (5) annual installments with interest thereon at the rate of two and nine tenths percent (2.9%) per annum. 6. That the City Clerk shall be directed to publish this resolution in the official newspaper of the City of Green Bay. 7. That the City Clerk shall be further directed to mail a copy of this resolution to every property owner whose name appears on the assessment roll, whose post office address is known, or can with reasonable diligence be ascertained. Adopted February 17 , 2021 Approved February 18, 2021 Eric Genrich Mayor ATTEST: Celestine Jeffreys City Clerk jld Run: February 19, 2021 WNAXLP


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FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin January 11, 2021 CONVENE Roll Call, Establish Quorum, Moment of Reflection/Pledge of Allegiance The regular meeting of the Board of Education via Zoom was called to order by President Jones at 5:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Jurgella, Strand, Teifke, Uselmann, Jones Administrative Staff members present: Simon, Buchholz, Gerlach, Moder, Noonan, Reichenberger, Scottberg, Seyfert, Snyder, Williams The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Board members. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ COMMUNICATIONS President Jones announced that Adult School Crossing Guard Recognition Week is January 11-15, 2021. Each day dedicated adult crossing guards across Wisconsin show up at their assigned crossings to assist students in their journeys to and from school. AUDIENCE TO VISITORS AND DELEGATIONS Jessica Korb, N8475 Lakeview Road, pointed to athletics, social media posts by board members, and day cares being open as reasons to open school. She asked that the district solve the problem of subs, survey teachers about going back to school, use data and not feelings, and keep discussing the learning platform at every meeting. She stated that the virus is not spreading in schools, and if teacher vaccines are not mandatory then they are not a reason to wait to open school. She expressed the need for an option for those who want their kids in school more, since both available options have students out of school more than half time. APPROVAL OF CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA MOTION BY Teifke, seconded by Uselmann to approve the consent agenda as follows: A. Approval of Minutes: 1. December 14, 2020 Board of Education Special Meeting, Executive Session, Regular Meeting, and Workshop as presented. B. Business Services Approvals: 1. December Financial Statement - Accepted and its publication authorized. 2. Current Expenses To approve bills of the Board of Education in the amount of $12,063,632.44 and to have warrants drawn for their payment. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Board Members Consider Approval of Land Transfer between the Fond du Lac School District and the City of Fond du Lac at Pier Elementary School and Accepting the Land Transfer from the City of Fond du Lac to the Fond du Lac School District at Parkside Elementary School The Board discussed the proposed land transactions in executive session on October 26, 2020. Land near Parkside was obtained from the city for the referendum addition in trade for a strip from Pier to adjust the property line near the Buttermilk Creek Park tennis courts. MOTION BY Gedemer, seconded by Uselmann that the Board of Education approve the transfer of land between the Fond du Lac School District and the City of Fond du Lac at Pier Elementary School and to accept the land transfer from the City of Fond du Lac to the Fond du Lac School District at Parkside Elementary School. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Consider Approval of the Termination Agreement between the Fond du Lac School District and the Current Fond du Lac STEM Academy, Inc. The STEM Governance Board presented information to the Board at a workshop on October 12, 2020 outlining proposed STEM contract changes. The first action being requested is to terminate the current agreement with the STEM Academy (Grades 3-5). Discussion included enrollment caps, contract dates, contract language, transportation, staffing, and the possibility of an elementary level STEM partner charter school. MOTION BY Godfrey, seconded by Jurgella that the Board of Education approve the termination agreement between the Fond du Lac School District and the current Fond du Lac STEM Academy, Inc. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. Consider Approval of the Charter School Contract between the Fond du Lac School District and Fond du Lac STEM Academy, Inc., Formerly Known as Fond du Lac STEM Institute, Inc. Following termination of the current STEM Academy contract, the Board is being asked to consider approval of the new STEM Charter School Contract. MOTION BY Godfrey, seconded by Uselmann that the Board of Education approve the new STEM Charter School Contract, expanding grade levels from 6-12 to grades 3-12 for a transition period and then maintaining grades 6-12, and renaming Fond du Lac STEM Institute to Fond du Lac STEM Academy, Inc. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. BOARD/ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS Facility Services Facilities Referendum Planning Update John Williams shared the progress on the referendum construction. The basement of Parkside is nearly complete, and some teachers will be able to use their newly remodeled rooms before the end of the school year. Roberts' library is being converted into the office space, and some classrooms are also being done. At Sabish and Woodworth, a few classrooms at a time are being renovated. Superintendent 2021-22 Public School Open Enrollment Timeline Sharon Simon shared that the timelines and specific information for parents to submit open enrollment applications is available on the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) website, the District's website, cable TV, and will also be advertised in The Reporter and Action Advertiser. This year, the open enrollment window is open from February 1 through April 30, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. Additional information is provided in the attached email from Wendy Burgess, Transportation and Open Enrollment Coordinator. She can be reached by parents with any questions they may have at 906-6524. Acuity Grant Process and Timeline Sharon Simon stated that the Acuity grant application process is kicking off. This program supports teachers in obtaining funding for innovative projects that are not included in school budgets. There are both technology and non-technology projects. These will all be decided before the end of the school year, and hopefully delivered in person. COVID-19 Data Erin Brendelson shared that the numbers have been fairly consistent. Staff onsite testing is going on, along with testing at community sites. Tests take 1-2 days to get results. The shortened quarantine period (CDC recommended) is in place, which helps relieve staffing pressure. Advocating for staff to get vaccines sooner is still happening. Teachers and educators are in the 1B group, the next group to be vaccinated. There are around 850 employees that might need to be vaccinated. Board Members Review WASB 2021 Recommended Resolutions Linda Uselmann presented the 10 resolutions that will be voted upon at the statewide Wisconsin Association of School Boards delegate assembly next week. The board members agreed that Linda will be voting "yes" on behalf of the FDL school district board on all except the one-cent statewide tax for school funding. Superintendent Search Dr. Jones reported that the survey for the community is active and focus groups will be taking place. The survey went out via email to parents, staff, and high school students and is available on the school district website for community members. It will remain open until January 24, 2021. Zoom links for the parent and community focus groups are also on the district website. A question was asked about how the superintendent contract will be developed. Returning to In-Person Board Meetings The board discussed the option for returning to in-person meetings while complying with open meetings law. There is a possibility of the board room working, with overflow rooms across the hall in case of overcapacity to accommodate the public per open meetings law. A board member asked about how the superintendent is seated during the meeting, whether they should be placed with the Cabinet rather than the board. Student/Staff Activities Mr. Gedemer thanked those who hosted him on school tours of the academic model. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATE MATTERS None. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Teifke that the Board of Education adjourn the regular meeting. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The regular meeting adjourned at 6:16 p.m. Linda Uselmann, Secretary/Clerk Run: Feb. 15, 2021 WNAXLP


FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin January 25, 2021 CONVENE Roll Call, Establish Quorum, Moment of Reflection/Pledge of Allegiance The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order in the Goodrich Little Theatre by President Jones at 5:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Jurgella, Strand, Teifke, Uselmann, Jones Administrative Staff members present: Simon, Buchholz, Gerlach, Moder, Noonan, Reichenberger, Seyfert, Snyder, Williams A Moment of Reflection preceded the Pledge. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Board members. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ COMMUNICATIONS President Jones announced that following adjournment of the regular meeting, the Board will convene in a workshop to discuss the plan to return to a traditional modified model. AUDIENCE TO VISITORS AND DELEGATIONS Jennifer Foster, 1007 Springs Road, expressed frustration and urgency to get children back in school and stated that the blended system fails students and teachers, and referenced testing results in neighboring districts. She spoke about where children go when they are not in school, and referenced research about socialization during learning and with teachers and peers. She listed districts that have been in full-time school and talked about the numbers in classrooms. She talked about other businesses that are open and asked about using the $20M in the emergency fund. She requested a survey of teachers and students to verify who wants to go full time. She compared the model here to other school districts with more online synchronous activities. Sara Trepanier, 513 Willow Drive, asked why the COVID matter is not being discussed at every meeting. She referenced other businesses that have needed to get creative. Her son is now in school in another district and she expressed disappointment with the lack of communication here. She suggested using extra space, referenced other large districts who are going back now, and asked about teacher vaccines. She wanted follow up on past surveys and asked to move beyond teachers and teacher unions. She stated that the majority of parents want their kids in school right now. She mentioned mental health concerns, and Dr. Fauci. Candice Hayward, 34 Eastbrook Lane, spoke about mental health and advocated for a full day return to school. She mentioned that people are suffering with anxiety due to lack of structure and about the virus. People are seeking mental health services and feeling trauma. She referenced Oshkosh and Oakfield going back to school. She recommended 4 days at elementary to start. She invited the board to be in her home to see what virtual days are like. Despite she and her husband being in a good situation, they still find this challenging. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS Pupil Services Designate Spaces Available for Regular Education and Special Education for the 2021-22 School Year as Required by Wisconsin Act 55 Katie Moder, Director of Pupil Services, presented the caps for enrollment in special education. MOTION BY Uselmann, seconded by Jurgella that the Board of Education designate the number of available spaces for special education students for the 2021-22 school year as presented. Secondly, there is no designation regarding the number of spaces available for regular education students. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. BOARD/ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS Equity Services Integrated Comprehensive Systemsfor Equity (ICS) Update Laurice Snyder, District Equity Coordinator, provided an update on the ICS framework for equity in learning. She spoke about the four cornerstones: focusing on equity, aligning staff and students, leveraging policy and funding, and transforming teaching and learning. All staff members are engaged in this work. Staff are working through the first module, examining current practice and personal lenses. Features and definitions within the model and staff feedback were shared. There are ally academy offerings for community members. Superintendent COVID-19 Data Sharon Simon delayed this report to the workshop. Board Members Highlights from the State Education Convention Antonio Godfrey and Linda Uselmann attended. Linda reported that all WASB delegate resolutions passed, with one passed as amended. Superintendent Search Susan Jones skipped this item. Student/Staff Activities None ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATE MATTERS None ADJOURNMENT TO A WORKSHOP TO DISCUSS THE PLAN TO RETURN TO A TRADITIONAL MODIFIED MODEL MOTION BY Godfrey, seconded by Jurgella that the Board of Education adjourn the regular meeting and convene in a workshop to discuss the plan to return to a traditional modified model. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The regular meeting adjourned at 5:50 p.m. WORKSHOP CALL TO ORDER A workshop of the Board of Education was called to order by President Jones at 5:50 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Jurgella, Strand, Teifke, Uselmann, Jones Administrative Staff members present: Simon, Buchholz, Gerlach, Moder, Noonan, Reichenberger, Seyfert, Snyder, Williams DISCUSS THE PLAN TO RETURN TO A TRADITIONAL MODIFIED MODEL The board considered moving to the traditional modified platform. NFDL has moved their timetable forward, as an example. Many issues will need to be coordinated. February 15th would be the earliest good return date, due to needing to restart bussing and food service. There will be a parent survey to determine how many people will change platforms and this will help determine staffing and shifting of schedules at the secondary level where necessary. A board member brought up the need for compliance with guidelines and the idea that opening has worked at other districts. Another board member asked questions about facilities. Mr. Williams added that our air handling systems are up to date in all rooms where students are present and extra cleaning will be implemented. Lunches are being done in cafeteria currently, and ideas will be shared from other districts that are open. Final guidance was to move to 5 days at all levels on February 15, 2021. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Jurgella, seconded by Uselmann that the Board of Education adjourn the workshop. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The workshop adjourned at 6:11 p.m. Linda Uselmann, Secretary/Clerk Run: Feb. 15, 2021 WNAXLP


FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin January 4, 2021 WORKSHOP CALL TO ORDER A workshop of the Board of Education via Zoom was called to order by President Jones at 5:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Gedemer, Godfrey, Jurgella, Strand, Teifke, Uselmann, Jones Administrative Staff members present: Simon, Buchholz, Gerlach, Moder, Noonan, Reichenberger, Seyfert, Snyder, Williams DISCUSS CHANGE IN INSTRUCTIONAL PLATFORM MODEL The board reviewed data and information regarding the current learning platform and options, advantages, and disadvantages of each. Discussion included the number of students in various platforms, students changing platforms, physical conditions, technology access as well as virus data for Fond du Lac and surrounding school districts. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Godfrey, seconded by Strand that the Board of Education adjourn the workshop. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7-0. The workshop adjourned at 6:27 p.m. Linda Uselmann, Secretary/Clerk Run: Feb. 15, 2021 WNAXLP


FOND DU LAC COUNTY STATE OF WISCONSIN NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED FUNDS IN PUBLIC TREASURY PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Fond du Lac County Treasurer, Brenda A. Schneider, pursuant to Section 59.66 Wis. Stats., is required to publish in Fond du Lac County a Class 1 notice, under Wis. Stats. ch. 985, a listing of name and last known address of all persons for whom Fond du Lac County is holding money or security of a least $20.00 in value. Said notice was published in this newspaper on January 31, 2021, and to follow that notice with this Class 2 notice, under ch. 985, stating that the full listing, including money and security of a value less than $20.00, may be viewed at the following additional locations: http://www.fdlco.wi.gov County Treasurer's Department webpage www.wisconsinpublicnotices.org Fond du Lac County Treasurer's Office 160 South Macy Street, Fond du Lac, WI Brenda A Schneider County Treasurer Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin Run: February 7 & 14, 2021 WNAXLP


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For Official Notice: Public Notification Proposed Amendment to the City of Green Bay Smart Growth 2022 Comprehensive Plan (CPA 20-01) The Green Bay Common Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. If you wish to participate in the Public Hearing, you may access the meeting by the internet or telephone, using the access code below. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82126860784 Meeting ID: 821 2686 0784 Passcode: 083098 One tap mobile +19292056099,,82126860784#,,,,*083098# US (New York) +13017158592,,82126860784#,,,,*083098# US (Washington DC) Dial by your location +1 929 205 6099 US (New York) +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) Meeting ID: 821 2686 0784 Passcode: 083098 Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kmBkPx4vU The hearing is regarding the following: A proposed amendment to the City of Green Bay Smart Growth 2022 Comprehensive Plan (CPA 20-01): A request to amend the Comprehensive Plan for the property located at 215 Elizabeth Street from Medium Density Retail, Office or Housing (MIROH) to Commercial (C) (Figure 22-5). An image depicting the affected area is available in the office of the Department of Community and Economic Development for the City of Green Bay. The proposed comprehensive plan amendment would allow for the future rezoning of the property for used car sales. Public comments will be invited at the public hearing or can be sent in writing to: City of Green Bay Department of Community and Economic Development Attn: Paul Neumeyer 100 N. Jefferson St., Rm. 608 Green Bay, WI 54301 For additional information, contact Paul Neumeyer at (920) 448-3405 or paul.neumeyer@greenbaywi.gov. Run: February 26, 2021 WNAXLP


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FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Meeting Minutes January 19, 2021 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held its regular meeting on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, as a virtual meeting with access for the public to call in. Vice Chair John Weyenberg called the meeting to order at 4:00 p.m. Board members present were: Tammie DeVooght Blaney (arrived 4:03 p.m.), Francisco Henriquez, Stephen Kohler, Justin Krueger, Dawn Rosicky, Charles Spoehr, Jr., Chris VanderHeyden, John Weyenberg; Absent: Patricia Van Ryzin. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Susan May; Administrators: Dr. Chris Matheny, Rayon Brown, Troy Kohl, Becki Schultz, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Paula Batterman, Scott Borley, Becky Boulanger, Beth Burns, Carmelyn Daley-Hinkens, Bob Ebben, Kim Fenske, Mary Frozena, Nicole Glisczinski, Marie Hechomovich, George Hoppen, Jared Huss, Rachel Johnson, Susan Lucius, Dr. Therese Nemec, Dr. Kim Olson, Andrea Oman, Amy Pietsch, Dawn Rall, Dr. Andy Rinke, Faith Schiedermayer, Trent Schloss, Steve Straub, Dale Walker, Dave Wuestenberg, Heather Zweiger; SGA President: Rodney Schreiber, Guests: Beth Burns, Mary Hansen, Frances Mayfield, Steve Meyer, Jerry Murphy, Eric Plate, Lisa Voisin, Vanessa Wellens, Michael Winkler; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee Krueger to approve the agenda for the January 19, 2021, meeting as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Krueger to approve the minutes of the December 15, 2020, Regular Board meeting. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee VanderHeyden to approve an final resolution authorizing and providing for the sale and issuance of not to exceed $4,000,000 general obligation promissory notes, Series 2021A, and all related details. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 8 Ayes: Trustees DeVooght Blaney, Henriquez, Kohler, Krueger, Rosicky, Spoehr, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 1 Absent: Van Ryzin. Dawn Rosicky left the meeting at 5:44 p.m. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Kohler to approve the following Consent Agenda items. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees DeVooght Blaney, Henriquez, Kohler, Krueger, Spoehr, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 2 Absent: Rosicky, Van Ryzin. Contract Training & Technical Assistance Monthly Activity Summary Contracts Recovering Less Than Full Cost Quarterly Report Grant Proposals Submitted in December 2020 New Academic Programs Under Development Avocational Course Tuition 2021-22 Personnel Report Budget Variance Analysis Expenditures > $2,500 for Month of December 2020-21 Budget Amendments Consolidated Topics 321 N. Appleton Street Lease Schwalbach Farm Land Lease There being no further business to come before the District Board, Vice Chair Weyenberg declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 5:54 p.m. Run: February 20, 2021 WNAXLP


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Meeting Minutes January 19, 2021 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held its regular meeting on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, as a virtual meeting with access for the public to call in. Vice Chair John Weyenberg called the meeting to order at 4:00 p.m. Board members present were: Tammie DeVooght Blaney (arrived 4:03 p.m.), Francisco Henriquez, Stephen Kohler, Justin Krueger, Dawn Rosicky, Charles Spoehr, Jr., Chris VanderHeyden, John Weyenberg; Absent: Patricia Van Ryzin. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Susan May; Administrators: Dr. Chris Matheny, Rayon Brown, Troy Kohl, Becki Schultz, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Paula Batterman, Scott Borley, Becky Boulanger, Beth Burns, Carmelyn Daley-Hinkens, Bob Ebben, Kim Fenske, Mary Frozena, Nicole Glisczinski, Marie Hechomovich, George Hoppen, Jared Huss, Rachel Johnson, Susan Lucius, Dr. Therese Nemec, Dr. Kim Olson, Andrea Oman, Amy Pietsch, Dawn Rall, Dr. Andy Rinke, Faith Schiedermayer, Trent Schloss, Steve Straub, Dale Walker, Dave Wuestenberg, Heather Zweiger; SGA President: Rodney Schreiber, Guests: Beth Burns, Mary Hansen, Frances Mayfield, Steve Meyer, Jerry Murphy, Eric Plate, Lisa Voisin, Vanessa Wellens, Michael Winkler; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee Krueger to approve the agenda for the January 19, 2021, meeting as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Krueger to approve the minutes of the December 15, 2020, Regular Board meeting. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee VanderHeyden to approve an final resolution authorizing and providing for the sale and issuance of not to exceed $4,000,000 general obligation promissory notes, Series 2021A, and all related details. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously with 8 Ayes: Trustees DeVooght Blaney, Henriquez, Kohler, Krueger, Rosicky, Spoehr, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 1 Absent: Van Ryzin. Dawn Rosicky left the meeting at 5:44 p.m. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Kohler to approve the following Consent Agenda items. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 7 Ayes: Trustees DeVooght Blaney, Henriquez, Kohler, Krueger, Spoehr, VanderHeyden, and Weyenberg. 2 Absent: Rosicky, Van Ryzin. Contract Training & Technical Assistance Monthly Activity Summary Contracts Recovering Less Than Full Cost Quarterly Report Grant Proposals Submitted in December 2020 New Academic Programs Under Development Avocational Course Tuition 2021-22 Personnel Report Budget Variance Analysis Expenditures > $2,500 for Month of December 2020-21 Budget Amendments Consolidated Topics 321 N. Appleton Street Lease Schwalbach Farm Land Lease There being no further business to come before the District Board, Vice Chair Weyenberg declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 5:54 p.m. Run: February 20, 2021 WNAXLP


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Retreat Minutes February 3, 2021 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held a special meeting in the form of a retreat on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, as a virtual meeting with access for the public to call in. Chair Patricia Van Ryzin called the meeting to order at 9:02 a.m. Board members present were: Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Francisco Henriquez (arrived 9:03 a.m.), Stephen Kohler, Justin Krueger, Charles Spoehr, Jr., Chris VanderHeyden, John Weyenberg, Patricia Van Ryzin; Absent: Dawn Rosicky. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Susan May; Administrators: Dr. Chris Matheny, Rayon Brown, Troy Kohl, Becki Schultz, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Heather Zweiger; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee DeVooght Blaney to approve the agenda for the February 3, 2021, retreat as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Chris VanderHeyden left the meeting at 10:57 a.m. Chris VanderHeyden rejoined the meeting at 12:00 p.m. There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair Van Ryzin declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 1:21 p.m. Run: February 20, 2021 WNAXLP


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Retreat Minutes February 3, 2021 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held a special meeting in the form of a retreat on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, as a virtual meeting with access for the public to call in. Chair Patricia Van Ryzin called the meeting to order at 9:02 a.m. Board members present were: Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Francisco Henriquez (arrived 9:03 a.m.), Stephen Kohler, Justin Krueger, Charles Spoehr, Jr., Chris VanderHeyden, John Weyenberg, Patricia Van Ryzin; Absent: Dawn Rosicky. Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Susan May; Administrators: Dr. Chris Matheny, Rayon Brown, Troy Kohl, Becki Schultz, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Heather Zweiger; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee DeVooght Blaney to approve the agenda for the February 3, 2021, retreat as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Chris VanderHeyden left the meeting at 10:57 a.m. Chris VanderHeyden rejoined the meeting at 12:00 p.m. There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair Van Ryzin declared the meeting adjourned. The time was 1:21 p.m. Run: February 20, 2021 WNAXLP


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HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE MEETING Wednesday, February 17, 2021, 5:30 PM Luxemburg-Casco District Office Administration Glenn Schlender Rebecca Dobbe Board Committee Mike Driedric, Chair Linda Jonet Jenny Salentine AGENDA I. Call to Order II. Acknowledge Notification of Meeting III. Approval of Agenda IV. Consideration of an Update on Business Office Procedures V. Consideration of Creating a New Position Greenhouse Caretaker VI. CONSIDER A MOTION TO ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION The Board will consider a motion to move to closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(1) (c), Wisconsin Statutes, Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility; to wit: hear and discuss an administrative recommendation related to compensation of certain support staff and a support staff personnel matter. VII. Reconvene to Open Session A. Take any action the board deems necessary related to Closed Session i. Consideration of Changes to Support Staff Compensation ii. Consideration of Changes to Youth Apprenticeship Staff Hours and Compensation VIII. Read Forward any Board Action IX. Adjourn Posted Date/Location: This meeting was duly published in the Green Bay Press Gazette on Wednesday, February 17, 2021. The meeting notice was distributed on February 16, 2021 for posting to: Bank of Luxemburg (home office), Luxemburg Post Office, Casco Post Office, New Franken Post Office, Nicolet Bank in Luxemburg and Fox Communities Credit Union in Luxemburg. Run: Feb. 17, 2021 WNAXLP


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