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(Type D Notice Adams County) NOTICE OF REFERENDUM ELECTION SCHOOL DISTRICT OF NEKOOSA APRIL 7, 2020 LOCATION AND HOURS OF POLLING PLACE At the election to be held on April 7, 2020, in the School District of Nekoosa, the following polling place locations will be used in Adams County for the wards indicated: Location: Town of Rome: Town Hall, 1156 Alpine Drive, Nekoosa, WI 54457 Amy Reuteman, Clerk, 715-325-8022 Wards: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 ALL POLLING PLACES WILL OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the municipal clerk. Amy Reuteman Rome Town Hall 1156 Alpine Drive Nekoosa, WI 54457 715-325-8022 All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters. ________________________________ Notice of Meeting of the Local and Municipal Board of Canvassers At the close of voting on Election Day, pursuant to the provisions of Wis. Stat. § 19.84, the Election Inspectors will convene as a joint meeting of the Local Board of Canvassers and the Municipal Board of Canvassers for the purpose of conducting the local and municipal canvasses pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§7.51 and 7.53(1). This meeting will be open to the public pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 19.81-89. Run: April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


(Type D Notice Juneau County) NOTICE OF REFERENDUM ELECTION SCHOOL DISTRICT OF NEKOOSA APRIL 7, 2020 LOCATION AND HOURS OF POLLING PLACE At the election to be held on April 7, 2020, in the School District of Nekoosa, the following polling place locations will be used in Juneau County for the wards indicated: Location Town of Armenia: Town Hall (New Miner), W5310 County Road G,Necedah, WI 54646, Deborah Nelson, Clerk, 715-886-1952 Wards: 1 ALL POLLING PLACES WILL OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the municipal clerk. Deborah Nelson Town Hall (New Miner) W5310 County Road G Necedah, WI 54646 715-886-1952 All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters. ________________________________ Notice of Meeting of the Local and Municipal Board of Canvassers At the close of voting on Election Day, pursuant to the provisions of Wis. Stat. § 19.84, the Election Inspectors will convene as a joint meeting of the Local Board of Canvassers and the Municipal Board of Canvassers for the purpose of conducting the local and municipal canvasses pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§7.51 and 7.53(1). This meeting will be open to the public pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 19.81-89. Run: April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


(Type E Notice Adams County) NOTICE OF REFERENDUM ELECTION SCHOOL DISTRICT OF NEKOOSA APRIL 7, 2020 VOTING BY ABSENTEE BALLOT Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may submit a request to vote an absentee ballot to their municipal clerk. A qualified elector is any U.S. citizen, who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, who has resided in the ward or municipality where he or she wishes to vote for at least 10 consecutive days before the election. The elector must also be registered in order to receive an absentee ballot. Proof of identification must be provided before an absentee ballot may be issued. You must make a request for an absentee ballot in writing or online at MyVote.wi.gov. Contact your municipal clerk and request that an application for an absentee ballot be sent to you for the primary or election or both. You may also submit a written request in the form of a letter or you may apply for an absentee ballot online at MyVote.wi.gov. Your written request must list your voting address within the municipality where you wish to vote, the address where the absentee ballot should be sent, if different, and your signature. You may make application to your municipal clerk for an absentee ballot in person, by mail, by fax, by email or at MyVote.wi.gov. Making application to receive an absentee ballot by mail The deadline for making application to receive an absentee ballot by mail is: 5 pm on the fifth day before the election, (Thursday, April 2, 2020). Note: Special absentee voting application provisions apply to electors who are indefinitely confined to home or a care facility, in the military, hospitalized, or serving as a sequestered juror. If this applies to you, contact the municipal clerk regarding deadlines for requesting and submitting an absentee ballot. Voting an absentee ballot in person You may also request and vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office or other specified location during the days and hours specified for casting an absentee ballot in person. If you have questions concerning an absentee ballot in Adams County, contact the municipal clerk: Amy Reuteman Rome Town Hall 1156 Alpine Drive Nekoosa, WI 54457 715-325-8022 Hours: Monday Friday 8:00 AM 4:00 PM The first day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office in Adams County is: March 19, 2020 The last day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office in Adams County is: April 3, 2020 No in-person absentee voting may occur on the day before the election. The municipal clerk will deliver voted ballots returned on or before Election Day to the proper polling place or counting location before the polls close on April 7, 2020. Any ballots received after the polls close will not be counted. Run: March 10, 2020 WNAXLP


(Type E Notice Juneau County) NOTICE OF REFERENDUM ELECTION SCHOOL DISTRICT OF NEKOOSA APRIL 7, 2020 VOTING BY ABSENTEE BALLOT Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may submit a request to vote an absentee ballot to their municipal clerk. A qualified elector is any U.S. citizen, who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, who has resided in the ward or municipality where he or she wishes to vote for at least 10 consecutive days before the election. The elector must also be registered in order to receive an absentee ballot. Proof of identification must be provided before an absentee ballot may be issued. You must make a request for an absentee ballot in writing or online at MyVote.wi.gov. Contact your municipal clerk and request that an application for an absentee ballot be sent to you for the primary or election or both. You may also submit a written request in the form of a letter or you may apply for an absentee ballot online at MyVote.wi.gov. Your written request must list your voting address within the municipality where you wish to vote, the address where the absentee ballot should be sent, if different, and your signature. You may make application to your municipal clerk for an absentee ballot in person, by mail, by fax, by email or at MyVote.wi.gov. Making application to receive an absentee ballot by mail The deadline for making application to receive an absentee ballot by mail is: 5 pm on the fifth day before the election, (Thursday, April 2, 2020). Note: Special absentee voting application provisions apply to electors who are indefinitely confined to home or a care facility, in the military, hospitalized, or serving as a sequestered juror. If this applies to you, contact the municipal clerk regarding deadlines for requesting and submitting an absentee ballot. Voting an absentee ballot in person You may also request and vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office or other specified location during the days and hours specified for casting an absentee ballot in person. If you have questions concerning an absentee ballot in Juneau County, contact the municipal clerk: Deborah Nelson Town Hall (New Miner) W5310 County Road G Necedah, WI 54646 715-886-1952 By appointment The first day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office in Juneau County is: March 16, 2020 The last day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office in Juneau County is: April 7, 2020 No in-person absentee voting may occur on the day before the election. The municipal clerk will deliver voted ballots returned on or before Election Day to the proper polling place or counting location before the polls close on April 7, 2020. Any ballots received after the polls close will not be counted. Run: March 10, 2020 WNAXLP


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174978 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT BROWN COUNTY AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., S.I. 6000 AMERICAN PKWY MADISON, WI 53783 and DAN SCHREIBER 1337 BOND STREET GREEN BAY, WI 54303 Plaintiffs, vs. JACKSON Z. SULLIVAN 135 ANTOINETTE STREET GREEN BAY, WI 54303 Defendant. PUBLICATION SUMMONS Case No. 20CV163 Hon. Donald R. Zuidmulder Case Code: 30301 THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, To each person named above as a Defendant: You are hereby notified that the Plaintiffs named above have 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 March 23rd 2020, 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 100 S. Jefferson St., Green Bay, WI 54305, 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 13th day of March, 2020. Attorneys for Plaintiff Heuer Law Offices, S.C. Daniel C. Nedset (State Bar No. 1073959) 9312 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 Phone: (414) 224-3500 Run: March 23, 30; April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


174985 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT LACROSSE COUNTY AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., S.I. 6000 AMERICAN PKWY MADISON, WI 53783 Plaintiff, vs. BRIANNA ZEITZ 2809 HOWLAND AVE WESTON, WI 54476 Defendant. PUBLICATION SUMMONS Case No. 20CV64 Hon. Scott L Horne 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 March 27, 2020, 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 400 Fourth Street, LaCrosse, WI 54601, 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 23rd day of March, 2020. Attorneys for Plaintiff Heuer Law Offices, S.C. Jonathan D. McCollister (State Bar No. 1037740) 9312 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 Phone: (414) 224-3500 Run: Mar. 27, Apr. 3, 10, 2020 WNAXLP


175574 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT OUTAGAMIE COUNTY PUBLICATION SUMMONS Case No. 20CV109 Hon. Vincent R. Biskupic Case Code: 30301 AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., S.I. 6000 AMERICAN PKWY MADISON, WI 53783 and JODY L. LOCKHART 25 W. SIOUX DRIVE APPLETON, WI 54911 Plaintiffs, vs. BRADLEY E. GAULT 1005 E. PACIFIC STREET APPLETON, WI 54911 Defendant. 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 March 30, 2020, you must respond with a written answer as that term is used in chapter 802 of the Wisconsin statutes, to the complaint. The court may reject or disregard an Answer that does not follow the requirements of the statutes. The answer must be sent or delivered to the court, whose address is 320 S. Walnut St., Appleton, WI 54911, and to the offices of Heuer Law Offices, S.C., Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address is 9312 W. National Ave., West Allis, Wisconsin 53227. You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you do not provide a proper answer within forty (40) days, the court may grant judgment against you for the award of money or other legal action requested in the complaint, and you may lose your right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the complaint. A judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A judgment awarding money may become a lien against any real estate you own now or in the future, and may also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property. Dated this 24rd day of March, 2020. Attorneys for Plaintiff Heuer Law Offices, S.C. Jonathan D. McCollister (State Bar No. 1037740) 9312 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 Phone: (414) 224-3500 Run: Mar 30; Apr 6, 13, 2020 WNAXLP


19-TA-002 Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee 03/31/2020 Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on 03/31/2020 at 6:30 p.m. in room 120 of the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. For further detailed information concerning this notice, contact the Winnebago County Zoning office, where the application is available for viewing or by viewing online at: https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/sites/default/files/floodplain_text_map_amendment_-_winnebago_co.pdf INFORMATION ON TEXT AMENDMENT REQUEST. Application No.: 19-TA-002 Applicant: WINNEBAGO COUNTY ZONING DEPT.; Agent: SAME Location of premises: NA Tax Parcel No.: NA Legal Description: NA Explanation: Applicant is requesting a Text and Map Amendment to the Floodplain Zoning Code, Chapter 26, of the Winnebago County General Code. Run: March 17 & 24, 2020 WNAXLP


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20-CU-5270 KERR Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee 03/31/20 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a Conditional Use which is regulated by one or more of the following: Chapter 23, the Town/County Zoning Code, Chapter 26, the Floodplain Zoning Code, and Chapter 27, the Shoreland Zoning Code. Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on March 31, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 120, in the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. 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.: 20-CU-5270 Applicant: Edward Kerr et al ; Agent: na Location of premises: 7875 Cut-Off Ln Tax Parcel No.: 032-0544-02 Legal Description: Being a part of Government Lot 1, Section 25, Township 20 North, Range 14 East, Town of Wolf River, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Code Reference: 23.7-623-8 Exhibit 8-1 (5.02) Description of Proposed Use: Applicant is requesting a conditional use for the expansion of an existing campground. The expansion will include the addition of eight camping sites. Run: March 17 & 24, 2020 WNAXLP


20-PDD-5260 - SCHNEIDER Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee 03/31/20 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a Planned Development District 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 March 31, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 120, in the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. 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 PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT REQUEST. Application No.: 20-PDD-5260 Applicant: Howard Schneider & Steve Bastian; Agent: na Location of premises: East of 7181 & 7193 Clark Point Rd Tax Parcel No.: 030-1298-01, 030-1298-02 Legal Description: Being all of Outlots 1 and 2 of CSM-4993, located in Government Lots 1 and 2, Section 4, Township 19 North, Range 14 East, Town of Winneconne, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Code Reference: 23.7-68 Description of Proposed Use: Applicant is requesting a Planned Development District to create residential parcels on a private road (Clarks Point Rd.) through a PDD. Run: March 17 & 24, 2020 WNAXLP


20-ZC-5280 KERR Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee MARCH 31, 2020 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a ZONING MAP AMENDMENT which is regulated by one or more of the following: Chapter 23, the Town/County Zoning Code, Chapter 26, the Floodplain Zoning Code, and Chapter 27, the Shoreland Zoning Code. Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on March 31, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in room 120 of the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. For further detailed information concerning this notice, contact the Town Clerk or the Winnebago County Zoning office, where the application is available for viewing. INFORMATION ON ZONING MAP AMENDMENT REQUEST. Application No.: 20-ZC-5280 Applicant: Ed Kerr et al; Agent: na Location of premises: 7875 Cut-Off Ln Tax Parcel No.: 032-0544-02 Legal Description: Being a part of Government Lot 1, Section 25, Township 20 North, Range 14 East, Town of Wolf River, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Explanation: Applicant is requesting a Zoning Map Amendment from the B-2 District to the B-3 District on three parcels currently used as a campground. Run: March 17 & 24, 2020 WNAXLP


20-ZC-5290 JONMAR Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee MARCH 31, 2020 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a ZONING MAP AMENDMENT which is regulated by one or more of the following: Chapter 23, the Town/County Zoning Code, Chapter 26, the Floodplain Zoning Code, and Chapter 27, the Shoreland Zoning Code. Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on MARCH 31, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in room 120 of the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. For further detailed information concerning this notice, contact the Town Clerk or the Winnebago County Zoning office, where the application is available for viewing. INFORMATION ON ZONING MAP AMENDMENT REQUEST. Application No.: 20-ZC-5290 Applicant: Jonmar Investments LLC; Agent: Scott Andersen - Davel Engineering Location of premises: 5034 State Rd 21 Tax Parcel No.: 016-0363, 016-0362, 016-0365, 016-0363-02, 016-0361 Legal Description: Being part of Lots 1 and 4 of CSM-1498, located in the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 12, and also all of Lot 1 of CSM-3182, located in the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 13, and also part of the unplatted NE 1/4, NW 1/4, SW 1/4 and SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4, Section 13, all in Township 18 North, Range 15 East, Town of Omro, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Explanation: Applicant is requesting a Zoning Map Amendment on multiple parcels that contain multiple zoning districts in place with a CSM. There are currently five parcels with the Zoning Districts of A-2, B-2, B-3 and R-1. The applicant is proposing to create four parcels with three zoned R-1 and one parcel zoned B-2. Run: March 17 & 24, 2020 WNAXLP


20-ZC-5300 COATS Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Department Notice of Public Hearing Planning and Zoning Committee MARCH 31, 2020 To Whom It May Concern: The applicant(s) listed below has requested a ZONING MAP AMENDMENT which is regulated by one or more of the following: Chapter 23, the Town/County Zoning Code, Chapter 26, the Floodplain Zoning Code, and Chapter 27, the Shoreland Zoning Code. Winnebago County Planning and Zoning Committee will be holding a public hearing on MARCH 31, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in room 120 of the County Administration Building located at 112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI. All interested persons wishing to be heard at the public hearing are invited to be present. For further detailed information concerning this notice, contact the Town Clerk or the Winnebago County Zoning office, where the application is available for viewing. INFORMATION ON ZONING MAP AMENDMENT REQUEST. Application No.: 202-ZC-5300 Applicant: Terry Coats et al ; Agent: na Location of premises: 7662 State Rd 21 Tax Parcel No.: 016-0047, 016-0047-02 Legal Description: Being all of Lots 1 and 2 of CSM-3690, located in the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4, Section 12, Township 18 North, Range 14 East, Town of Omro, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Explanation: Applicant is requesting a Zoning Map Amendment on two parcels that contain multiple zoning districts. One parcel contains B-2, B-3, A-2 and R1. The second parcel contains B-3, R1, and A-2. The applicant is proposing to have both parcels entirely A-2. Run: March 17 & 24, 2020 WNAXLP


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2020 BOARD OF REVIEW MEETING STATE OF WISCONSIN Village of Mishicot Manitowoc County Notice of Board of Review Meeting The Board of Review will meet on the 29th day of April, 2020 at the Village of Mishicot Hall, 511 E Main Street, Mishicot, WI, from 5:00p.m. until 7:00p.m. for the purpose of calling the Board of Review into session during the forty-five day period beginning on the 4th Monday of April, pursuant to s. 70.47 (1), Wis. Stats. Pursuant to s. 70.47 (2), Wis. Stats.: *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 enter onto property to conduct an exterior view such property being assessed. 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 that person's objection except at a session of the board. No person may appear before the board of review, testify to the board by telephone or contest the amount of any assessment unless, at least 48 hours before the first meeting of the board or at least 48 hours before the objection is heard if the objection is allowed under sec. 70.47 (3) (a), that person provides to the clerk of the board of review notice as to whether the person will ask for removal under sec. 70.47 (6m) (a) and if so which member will be removed and the person's reasonable estimate of the length of time that the hearing will take. When appearing before the board, the person shall specify, in writing, the person's estimate of the value of the land and of the improvements that are the subject of the person's objection and specify the information that the person used to arrive at that estimate. No person may appear before the board of review, testify to the board by telephone or object to a valuation; if that valuation was made by the assessor or the objector using the income method; unless the person supplies to the assessor all of the information about income and expenses, as specified in the manual under s. 73.03 (2a), that the assessor requests. The municipality or county shall provide by ordinance for the confidentiality of information about income and expenses that is provided to the assessor under this paragraph and shall provide exceptions for persons using information in the discharge of duties imposed by law or of the duties of their officer or by order of a court. The information that is provided under this paragraph, unless a court determines that it is inaccurate, is not subject to the right of inspection and copying under s. 19.35 (1). Notice is hereby given this 29th day of March, 2020. Carol Paider Carol Paider, Village Clerk/Treasurer Village of Mishicot Run: March 29, 2020 WNAXLP


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2020 NOTICE OF OPEN BOOK STATE OF WISCONSIN Village of Mishicot Manitowoc County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to s. 70.45, Wis. stats., the Village of Mishicot assessment roll for the 2020 assessment year will be open for examination beginning on the 16th day of March, 2020, at Mishicot Village Hall, 511 E. Main Street, Mishicot, Wisconsin. Additionally, the assessor, Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc., will be available from 12:00 noon until 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 31. Instructional material about the assessment, how to file an objection, and board of review procedures under Wisconsin law will be available at that time. The 2020 assessment roll will be available for public inspection in the village hall during regular office hours beginning March 16, 2020. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Board of Review for the Village of Mishicot, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, shall hold its first meeting on Thursday, April 29, 2020, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the Mishicot Village Hall, 511 E Main Street, Mishicot, Wisconsin. A full legal notice will be published in the HTR on Sunday, March 29, 2020. Notice is hereby given this 15th day of March, 2020. Carol Paider Carol Paider, Village Clerk/Treasurer Village of Mishicot Run: March 15, 2020 WNAXLP


2020 RESURFACING OF STREETS WITHIN THE CROSSROADS/COMMONS DEVELOPMENT IN THE VILLAGE OF PLOVER The Village of Plover is accepting sealed bids for the following: OWNER: The Village of Plover, Wisconsin, hereby gives notice that sealed Bids will be received for the overlaying of existing asphalt streets within the Crossroads/Commons Development in the Village of Plover. Bid documents are available in the office of the Village Clerk 2400 Post Road, P. O. Box 37, Plover WI 54467. 715-345-5250 Clearly marked sealed bids are due in the office of the Village Clerk 2400 Post Road, P. O. Box 37, Plover WI 54467 by 11:00 a.m., Thursday, April 2, 2020 at which time they will be opened and publicly read. For more information or questions please contact the Village of Plover Public Works Department at (715-345-5257) Monday through Friday 7 a.m. 3:30 p.m. or the Administrative Offices at (715-345-5250). Run: March 12, 19, 2020 WNAXLP


20SC000284 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT MANITOWOC COUNTY ACHILLES FINANCE, LLC DBA ADVANCE FINANCIAL 24/7, Plaintiff, v. TARA BUIE 1903 MADISON ST TWO RIVERS WI 54241 Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 20SC000284 SERVICE BY PUBLICATION You are being sued by ACHILLES FINANCE, LLC DBA ADVANCE FINANCIAL 24/7 in the Small Claims Court for Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, 1010 South 8th Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220-5392. A hearing will be held on April 21, 2020 at 1:30 pm If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of the claim has been mailed to you at the address above). Plaintiff File No.:278070 Deborah Krusche Bruck Bar Code: 01010658 BRUCK LAW OFFICES, S.C. Run: March 26, 2020 WNAXLP


20SC000430 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT SHEBOYGAN COUNTY HEALTH PAYMENT SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff, v. TIMOTHY GORDON 1034 BROADWAY ST SHEBOYGAN FALLS WI 53085 Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 20SC000430 SERVICE BY PUBLICATION You are being sued by HEALTH PAYMENT SYSTEMS, INC. in the Small Claims Court for Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, 615 North 6th Street, Sheboygan, WI 53081. A hearing will be held on April 20, 2020 at 8:30 am If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of the claim has been mailed to you at the address above). Plaintiff File No.:272893 Deborah Krusche Bruck Bar Code: 01010658 BRUCK LAW OFFICES, S.C. Run: March 26, 2020 WNAXLP


20SC000433 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT SHEBOYGAN COUNTY 8TH ST SHEBOYGAN HOUSING CORP, Plaintiff, v. DYLAN EVANS 1035 ST. CLAIRE AVENUE SHEBOYGAN WI 53081 Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 20SC000433 SERVICE BY PUBLICATION You are being sued by 8TH ST SHEBOYGAN HOUSING CORP in the Small Claims Court for Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, 615 North 6th Street, Sheboygan, WI 53081. A hearing will be held on April 20, 2020 at 8:30 am If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of the claim has been mailed to you at the address above). Plaintiff File No.:276963 Deborah Krusche Bruck Bar Code: 01010658 BRUCK LAW OFFICES, S.C. Run: March 26, 2020 WNAXLP


20SC000486 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT FOND DU LAC COUNTY ACHILLES FINANCE, LLC DBA ADVANCE FINANCIAL 24/7, Plaintiff, v. DANIEL BECKER 32 1/2 N MAIN ST APT 1 FOND DU LAC WI 54935 Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 20SC000486 SERVICE BY PUBLICATION You are being sued by ACHILLES FINANCE, LLC DBA ADVANCE FINANCIAL 24/7 in the Small Claims Court for Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, 160 South Macy Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935. A hearing will be held on April 20, 2020 at 9:30 am If you do not appear, a judgment may be given to the person suing you. (A copy of the claim has been mailed to you at the address above). Plaintiff File No.:278020 Deborah Krusche Bruck Bar Code: 01010658 BRUCK LAW OFFICES, S.C. Run: March 20, 2020 WNAXLP


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58-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 2-29(a) OF CHAPTER 2 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO ALDERPERSON ABSENCE; PARTICIPATION ELECTRONICALLY. (Finance Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 2-29(a) of Chapter 2 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to alderperson absence; participation electronically, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 2-29. Alderperson absence; participation electronically. (a) An alderperson, who is a qualified individual with a disability as defined in s. 35.104, Code of Federal Regulations, Title 28, Chapter 1, Section 3, unable to appear in person at a meeting of the Common Council may request in writing or by email at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of the meeting the written or emailed permission from the President of the Common Council to participate in the meeting electronically. The participation by said alderperson electronically shall be permitted in cases where extreme temperatures would negatively impact adaptive equipment used by the person either on their person or as a mode of transportation; or, during times when a national or state public health emergency is in effect and attending a public meeting would place the alderperson's health at risk. An alderperson's appearance electronically must be noted in the meeting minutes. Electronic participation must occur in the meeting room so that the physically absent member can hear and can be heard by all those who are present. An alderperson appearing electronically shall be entitled to participate and vote to the fullest extent possible. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: March 23, 2020 WNAXLP


59-20 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTION 2-561 OF CHAPTER 2 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO AUTHORITY OF CITY CLERK REGARDING ELECTIONS. (Finance Committee 3/18/2002) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 2-561 of Chapter 2 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to authority of City Clerk regarding elections, is hereby repealed. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: March 23, 2020 WNAXLP


60-20 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY FOR THE CITY OF APPLETON ISSUED BY THE MAYOR MARCH 15, 2020 IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS. PURPOSE: RATIFICATION OF DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY FOR THE CITY OF APPLETON ISSUED BY THE MAYOR MARCH 15, 2020 IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS INITIATED BY: CITY ADMINISTRATION Whereas, a novel strain of the coronavirus, named COVID-19 has spread throughout numerous countries including the United States; and Whereas, the World Health Organization has declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern; and Whereas, the United States Department of Health and Human Services has declared a Public Health Emergency; and Whereas, the State of Wisconsin has declared a Public Health Emergency; and Whereas, the conditions created by the proclamation of these public health emergencies pose a continuing and substantial threat to public order, life, health and safety of the citizens of the City of Appleton; and Whereas, the City of Appleton in cooperation with the local, state and federal governmental entities desires to take action to prevent exposure to and spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus; and Whereas, the Common Council was unable to meet with promptness to address this issue immediately and, on or about March 15, 2020, the Mayor declared an Emergency under the authority provided to the Mayor by Sec. 323.14(4)(b), Wis. Stats. The Common Council of the City of Appleton do ordain as follows: The actions of the Mayor for the City of Appleton, declaring a State of Emergency within the City of Appleton in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus are hereby ratified and affirmed. The Mayor and Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Appleton are hereby authorized and directed, working with Federal, State and other local authorities, to take all reasonable and necessary steps to prevent exposure to and/or spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus within the City of Appleton including but not limited to those duties specified within Chapter 5 of the City's Municipal Code and Chapter 323 of the Wisconsin Statutes. In addition to the emergency powers enumerated above, if the Council is unable to meet, the Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to take such actions as may be necessary and expedient to continue regular operations of the City of Appleton, including: * authorizing purchases and accepting bids which would otherwise require approval of Council, so long as such purchases or bids meet all statutory and local code requirements * approving register of payments for invoices, payroll and other payments * authorizing temporary budget adjustments and transfers * authorize other actions, agreements or business on behalf of the City of Appleton that further promotes the health, safety and welfare of its citizens Any actions taken under this authorization shall be presented to Council for ratification as soon as practicable. The period for this emergency shall run concurrently with the State of Wisconsin's declared Public Health Emergency and, unless otherwise extended by the Common Council, shall terminate at the same time that the State of Wisconsin terminates its declared Public Health Emergency. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk Publication Notice Please take notice that the City of Appleton enacted ordinance 60-20 RATIFICATION OF DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY FOR THE CITY OF APPLETON ISSUED BY THE MAYOR MARCH 15, 2020 IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS on March 18, 2020. The ordinance ratifies the Declaration of Emergency for the City of Appleton in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus Public Health Emergency and extends the period of emergency until terminated by Council. The full text of the ordinance may be obtained at the Office of the City Clerk, 100 N. Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911 and through the City's website at www.appleton.org Run: March 23, 2020


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ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 61-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby created as follows. This ordinance supersedes and repeals any conflicting ordinance regarding parking in the designated area. Five-minute loading zone, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on School Days, on the south side of Capitol Drive from a point 25 feet east of Durkee Street to a point 15 feet west of Mariah Lane. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 62-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby repealed: Ord. 6-00: "Parking be restricted to two hours from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., holidays excepted, on the north side of Commercial Street from a point 120 feet east of Rankin Street to Fox Street." Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 63-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby repealed: Ord. 86-74: "Parking be prohibited at all times on the north side of Spencer Street from the west right-of-way of Pierce Avenue westerly to the east right-of-way of Story Street." Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 64-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby created as follows. This ordinance supersedes and repeals any conflicting ordinance regarding parking in the designated area. Parking be restricted to two hours from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on School Days on the south side of Packard Street from Outagamie Street to a point 130 feet west of Badger Avenue. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 65-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby created as follows. This ordinance supersedes and repeals any conflicting ordinance regarding parking in the designated area. Parking be prohibited on Packard Street from Badger Avenue to a point 130 feet west of Badger Avenue. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 66-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby created as follows. This ordinance supersedes and repeals any conflicting ordinance regarding parking in the designated area. Stopping, standing and parking, except for buses, be prohibited from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on school days on the east side of Durkee Street from a point 178 feet south of Capitol Drive to a point 252 feet south of Capitol Drive. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 67-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-86 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-86 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to parking restrictions, is hereby created as follows. This ordinance supersedes and repeals any conflicting ordinance regarding parking in the designated area. Stopping, standing and parking be prohibited from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on school days on the east side of Durkee Street from Capitol Drive to a point 178 feet south of Capitol Drive. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to make the necessary changes in the Parking District Map in accordance with this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 68-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-5 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO THE ERECTION OF OFFICIAL TRAFFIC SIGNS AND SIGNALS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-5 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to the erection of official traffic signs and signals, is hereby created/amended as follows: INSTALL STOP SIGNS ON: Durkee Street at Brewster Street Section 2: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to erect and maintain the appropriate standard traffic signs, signals and markings, giving notice of the provisions of this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 69-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 19-5 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO THE ERECTION OF OFFICIAL TRAFFIC SIGNS AND SIGNALS. (Municipal Services Committee 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 19-5 of Chapter 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to the erection of official traffic signs and signals, is hereby created/amended as follows: INSTALL STOP SIGNS ON: Jarchow Street at Marquette Street Section 2: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, and upon its passage and publication, the Traffic Engineer is authorized and directed to erect and maintain the appropriate standard traffic signs, signals and markings, giving notice of the provisions of this Ordinance. Dated: April 1, 2020 ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 70-20 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF LATE FEES ON SEWER SERVICE, STORMWATER UTILITY, AND SOLID WASTE COLLECTION CHARGES BY THE CITY OF APPLETON IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY DECLARED BY THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. (Finance Committee 4/1/2020) WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, Governor Evers, by Executive Order #72, declared a public health emergency in Wisconsin due to the COVID-19 virus; and, WHEREAS, as a result of the public health emergency, all schools and non-essential businesses have been temporarily closed, and the Governor has issued a "Stay safer at home order" on March 24, 2020 to slow the spread of the virus in the community, reduce the demands on the healthcare system, and to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public; and, WHEREAS, as a result of the community-wide closures and stay home orders, many City residents and City utility customers are facing lost or reduced incomes and economic uncertainty; and, WHEREAS, on March 22, 2020, the Governor issued Emergency Order #11, suspending certain administrative rules of the Public Service Commission (PSC), and allowing the PSC to authorize regulated utilities, including the Appleton Water Utility, to suspend late charges, which the PSC has done; and, WHEREAS, the City's municipal services, including those provided by the Water Utility, the Stormwater Utility, sewer service along with solid waste collection charges, are billed as part of one municipal service bill, which is prepared and collected by the Water Utility; and, WHEREAS, in an action consistent with the Governor's Order and the PSC's authorization to suspend certain utility late charges, the Common Council desires to enact an ordinance temporarily suspending late charges on sewer service charges as set forth in Sec. 20-207(b) of the Appleton Municipal Code, Stormwater Utility charges as set forth in Sec. 20-236(f), and solid waste collection charges as set forth in Sec. 15-41(a), which ordinance will allow the Water Utility to suspend all late 920-832-5580920-832-5580920-832-5580920-832-5580charges on the municipal service bill during the public health emergency. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that during the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency declared in Executive Order #72, or pursuant to any subsequent superseding emergency orders issued by the Governor, the late charges for sewer service, Stormwater Utility and solid waste collection are hereby suspended. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately. Dated: April 1, 2020 Publication Notice Please take notice that the City of Appleton enacted ordinance 70-20 SUSPENSION OF LATE FEES ON SEWER SERVICE, STORMWATER UTILITY, AND SOLID WASTE COLLECTION CHARGES BY THE CITY OF APPLETON IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY DECLARED BY THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. The full text of the ordinance may be obtained at the Office of the City Clerk, 100 N. Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911 and through the City's website at www.appleton.org. ADOPTED: April 1, 2020 PUBLISHED: April 6, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 71-20 AN ORDINANCE TO TEMPORARILY AMEND COUNCIL RULES PERTAINING TO PUBLIC COMMENT AND APPEARANCES AT COUNCIL, BOARD AND COMMISSION MEETINGS IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS. (Finance Committee 4/1/2020) Whereas, a novel strain of the coronavirus, named COVID-19 has spread throughout numerous countries including the United States; and Whereas, the United States Department of Health and Human Services has declared a Public Health Emergency; and Whereas, the State of Wisconsin has declared a Public Health Emergency; and Whereas, the Common Council for the City of Appleton ratified the Declaration of Emergency for the City of Appleton on March 18, 2020; and Whereas, the City of Appleton in cooperation with the local, state and federal governmental entities desires to take action to prevent exposure to and spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and has directed staff to bring forward temporary changes to current rules governing public meetings contained in the Municipal Code as well as the Rules of Council maximize social distancing during this period. The Common Council of the City of Appleton do ordain as follows: Notwithstanding any provision contained within the City of Appleton Municipal Code or Council Rules, during the period of emergency in response to COVID-19 Coronavirus, the Council adopts the following rules and procedures: Committee, Boards, Commission, Task Force, and similar meetings will be postponed or cancelled unless in the determination of the Mayor, there are matters requiring immediate action. There will be no Public Comment Period at Council Meetings, Board and Commission Meetings. In-person statements or comments are permitted for Public Hearings and other agenda items where public participation is mandated by Statute, Rule or Order. Alternatively, it is strongly encouraged that such statements or comments be sent via mail addressed to the Mayor, placed in the City Hall dropbox, or sent by email prior to the Council Meeting to mayor@appleton.org; written comments for Public Hearings will be distributed to the Council and made part of the public record of the meeting. All public meetings which are conducted under these rules will be made available on www.appleton.org and may be viewed as a live stream or recording at a later date. Persons requiring other reasonable accommodations may contact the office of the Mayor at mayor@appleton.org or phone 920-832-6400. Staff shall work with members of the Council, Boards and Commissions during this period to facilitate appearance by telephone, video or other means when necessary consistent with the following: o Members must contact the staff liaison (or Mayor) to inform the staff liaison of the need for remote participation in a meeting as soon as practicable to assure that remote participation may be facilitated. o Except for Council members, if a quorum of members will be physically present, no remote participation will be permitted. o Any Council member requesting to participate remotely will be accommodated regardless of whether a quorum is physically or otherwise remotely present at the meeting. o Members participating remotely must be audible through clear telephone line or computer connections. If a connection is not clear or causes disruption of the meeting, the connection may be terminated. If a connection is terminated and this causes the loss of a quorum, the meeting shall be adjourned and rescheduled to another date to permit consideration by a quorum. o All votes shall require a roll call vote no "all in favor" o Each person speaking must introduce themselves to provide clarity to those listening as to who is speaking All provisions of the City Ordinances, Council Rules and Commission General Rules of Order not specifically altered by these temporary rules shall remain in effect. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately. Dated: April 1, 2020 Publication Notice Please take notice that the City of Appleton enacted ordinance 71-20 TEMPORARILY AMEND COUNCIL RULES PERTAINING TO PUBLIC COMMENT AND APPEARANCES AT COUNCIL, BOARD AND COMMISSION MEETINGS IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS. The ordinance modifies ordinances and council, board and commission rules pertaining to agenda items; public comment; as well as rules pertaining to appearances at council, board and commission meetings in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus Public Health Emergency and extends for the period of emergency as determined by Council. The full text of the ordinance may be obtained at the Office of the City Clerk, 100 N. Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911 and through the City's website at www.appleton.org. Run: April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


ADOPTED: March 18, 2020 PUBLISHED: March 23, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 18-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 20-401 OF CHAPTER 20 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO DEFINITIONS. (Utilities Committee 3/4/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 20-401 of Chapter 20 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to definitions, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 20-401. Definitions. For the purposes of this ordinance, the following shall mean: Authorized enforcement agency. City of Appleton Director of Public Works and/or designees thereof. Contaminated stormwater. Stormwater that comes into contact with material handling equipment or activities, raw materials, intermediate products, final products, waste materials, byproducts or industrial machinery in the source areas listed in NR 216 (effective August 1, 2004). Department (DNR). The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Discharge. As defined in Wisconsin Statute 283 (November 1, 2005 or as subsequently amended), when used without qualification includes a discharge of any pollutant. Discharge of pollutants. As defined in Wisconsin Statute 283 (November 1, 2005), means any addition of any pollutant to the waters of the state from any point source. Hazardous materials/substance. Any material, including any substance, waste, or combination thereof, which because of its quantity, concentration, or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics may cause, or significantly contribute to, a substantial present or potential hazard to human health, safety, property, or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, disposed of, or otherwise managed. Illicit connections. An illicit connection is defined as either of the following: (1) Any drain or conveyance, whether on the surface or subsurface, that allows an illicit discharge to enter the MS4 or waters of the state including, but not limited to, any conveyances that allow any nonstormwater discharge including sewage, process wastewater, or wash water to enter the MS4 and any connections to the MS4 from indoor drains and sinks, regardless of whether said drain or connection had been previously allowed, permitted, or approved by an authorized enforcement agency or, (2) Any drain or conveyance connected from a commercial or industrial land use to the MS4 which has not been documented in plans, maps, or equivalent records and approved by an authorized enforcement agency. Illicit discharge. Any discharge to a municipal separate storm sewer system or waters of the state that is not composed entirely of stormwater, except discharges authorized by a WPDES permit or other discharge not requiring a WPDES permit such as landscape irrigation, individual residential car washing, fire fighting, diverted stream flows, uncontaminated groundwater infiltration, uncontaminated pumped groundwater, discharges from potable water sources, foundation drains, air conditioning condensation, irrigation water, lawn watering, flows from riparian habitats and wetlands, and similar discharges. Industrial activity. Activities subject to WPDES Industrial Permits per NR 216 (effective August 1, 2004) and Wisconsin Statute 283 (November 1, 2005). Municipality. Any city, town, village, county, county utility district, town sanitary district, town utility district, school district or metropolitan sewage district, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation or any other public entity created pursuant to law and having authority to collect, treat or dispose of sewage, industrial wastes, stormwater or other wastes. Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4). As defined in Wisconsin Administrative Code NR 216 (effective August 1, 2004), means a conveyance or system of conveyances, including roads with drainage systems, municipal streets, catch basins, curbs, gutters, ditches, constructed channels or storm drains, which meets all the following criteria: (1) Owned or operated by a municipality. (2) Designed or used for collecting or conveying stormwater. (3) Which is not a combined sewer conveying both sanitary and stormwater. (4) Which is not part of a publicly owned wastewater treatment works that provides secondary or more stringent treatment. Non-stormwater discharge. Any discharge to the MS4 that is not composed entirely of stormwater. Owner. Any person holding fee title, an easement or other interest in property. Outfall. The point at which stormwater is discharged to waters of the state or to a storm sewer or to an adjacent municipality. Person. An individual, owner, operator, corporation, partnership, association, municipality, interstate agency, state agency or federal agency. Pollutant. As defined in Wisconsin Statute 283 (November 1, 2005), means any dredged spoil, solid waste, incinerator residue, sewage, garbage, refuse, oil, sewage sludge, munitions, chemical wastes, biological materials, radioactive substance, heat, wrecked or discarded equipment, rock, sand, cellar dirt, yard waste and industrial, municipal and agricultural waste discharged into water. Pollution. As defined in Wisconsin Statute 283 (November 1, 2005), means any manmade or man-induced alteration of the chemical, physical, biological or radiological integrity of water. Pollution prevention. Taking measures to eliminate or reduce pollution. Premises. Any building, lot, parcel of land, or portion of land whether improved or unimproved including adjacent sidewalks. Stormwater. Runoff from precipitation including rain, snow, ice melt or similar water that moves on the land surface. Stormwater Management Plan/Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan. A document which describes the Best Management Practices and activities to be implemented by a person or business to identify sources of pollution or contamination at a site and the actions to eliminate or reduce pollutant discharges to Stormwater, MS4s, and/or waters of the State to the Maximum Extent Practicable. Stormwater Management Practices (SMPs). Structural or non-structural measures, practices, techniques or devices employed to avoid or minimize soil, sediment or other pollutants carried in runoff to waters of the state. Wastewater. Any water or other liquid, other than uncontaminated stormwater, discharged from a property. Watercourse. A natural or artificial channel through which water flows. These channels include: all blue and dashed blue lines on the USGS quadrangle maps, all channels shown on the soils maps in the NRCS soils map for Outagamie, Winnebago and Calumet Counties, all channels identified on the site, and new channels that are created as part of a development. The term watercourse includes waters of the state as herein defined. Waters of the state. As defined in Wisconsin Statute 283 (November 1, 2005), means those portions of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior within the boundaries of Wisconsin, all lakes, bays, rivers, streams, springs, ponds, wells, impounding reservoirs, marshes, water courses, drainage systems and other surface water or groundwater, natural or artificial, public or private within the state or under its jurisdiction, except those waters which are entirely confined and retained completely upon the property of a person. Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WPDES) Stormwater Discharge Permit. A Wisconsin pollutant discharge elimination system permit issued pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 283 (November 1, 2005). Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk ADOPTED: March 18, 2020 PUBLISHED: March 23, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 19-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 20-412 OF CHAPTER 20 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO ALLOWED DISCHARGES. (Utilities Committee 3/4/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 20-412 of Chapter 20 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to allowed discharges, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 20-412. Allowed discharges. (a) Irrigation, diverted stream flows, ground waters, uncontaminated pumped ground water, discharges from potable water sources, foundation drains, air conditioning condensation, springs, water from crawl space pumps, footing drains, individual residential car washing, flows from riparian habitats and wetlands, dechlorinated swimming pool discharges. (b) Discharges or flow from firefighting, and other discharges specified in writing by the authorized enforcement agency as being necessary to protect public health and safety. (c) Discharges associated with dye testing, provided verbal notification is given to the authorized enforcement agency and the Department of Natural Resources a minimum of three (3) days prior to the time of the test. (d) Any non-stormwater discharge permitted under an WPDES permit, waiver, or waste discharge order issued to the discharger and administered under the authority of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Any person subject to such an WPDES stormwater discharge permit shall comply with all provisions of such permit. (e) Notwithstanding (a) (d), the occurrence of a discharge listed above may be considered an illicit discharge on a case-by-case basis if the permittee or the Department identifies it as a significant source of a pollutant to waters of the state. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk ADOPTED: March 18, 2020 PUBLISHED: March 23, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 20-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 20-423 OF CHAPTER 20 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO REQUIREMENT TO PREVENT, CONTROL AND REDUCE STORMWATER POLLUTANTS BY THE USE OF STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES. (Utilities Committee 3/4/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 20-423 of Chapter 20 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to requirement to prevent, control and reduce stormwater pollutants by the use of best management practices, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 20-423. Requirement to prevent, control and reduce stormwater pollutants by the use of stormwater management practices. The owner or operator of any activity, operation, or property which may cause or contribute to pollution or contamination of stormwater, the MS4, watercourses, or waters of the State shall provide, at their own expense, reasonable protection from accidental discharge of prohibited materials or other wastes into the MS4 or watercourses through the use of structural and nonstructural SMPs. Further, any person responsible for a property or premise, that is, or may be, the source of an illicit discharge, may be required to implement, at said person's expense, additional structural and non-structural SMPs to prevent the further discharge of pollutants to the MS4. Compliance with all terms and conditions of a valid WPDES permit authorizing the discharge of stormwater associated with industrial activity, shall be deemed compliance with the provisions of this section. These SMPs shall be part of a Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP)/Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) as necessary for compliance. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk ADOPTED: March 18, 2020 PUBLISHED: March 23, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 21-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 20-433 OF CHAPTER 20 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO NOTICE OF VIOLATION. (Utilities Committee 3/4/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 20-433 of Chapter 20 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to notice of violation, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 20-433. Notice of violation. (a) Whenever the authorized enforcement agency finds that a person has violated a prohibition or failed to meet a requirement of this ordinance, the authorized enforcement agency may order compliance by written notice of violation to the responsible person. (b) The Notice of Violation shall contain: (1) The name and address of the alleged violator; (2) The address when available or a description of the building, structure or land upon which the violation is occurring, or has occurred; (3) A statement specifying the nature of the violation; (4) A description of the remedial measures necessary to restore compliance with this ordinance and a time schedule for the completion of such remedial action; (5) A statement of the penalty or penalties that shall or may be assessed against the person to whom the notice of violation is directed; (6) A statement that the determination of violation may be appealed to the authorized enforcement agency by filing a written notice of appeal within three (3) days of service of notice of violation; and (7) A statement specifying that, should the violator fail to restore compliance within the established time schedule, the work will be done by a designated governmental agency or contractor and the expense thereof shall be charged to the violator. (c) Such notice may require without limitation: (1) The performance of monitoring, analyses, and reporting; (2) The elimination of illicit connections or discharges; (3) That violating discharges, practices, or operations shall cease and desist; (4) The abatement or remediation of stormwater pollution or contamination hazards and the restoration of any affected property; (5) Payment of a fine to cover administrative and remediation costs; and (6) The implementation of SMPs. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk ADOPTED: March 18, 2020 PUBLISHED: March 23, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 22-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 20-33 OF CHAPTER 20 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO METERS AND ACCESS TO PREMISES. (Utilities Committee 3/4/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 20-33 of Chapter 20 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to meters and access to premises, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 20-33. Meters and access to premises. (a) Authorized employees of the Water Utility shall have free access to any premises supplied with water, at proper times, to inspect and ascertain the condition of the meters and fixtures, or for reading meters, and no owner or occupant shall refuse such employees such access. The Water Utility shall have the right to enter any premises to remove the meter for the purpose of examination and test after first notifying the owner or occupant, and may shut off the water from the premises where free access is prevented. (b) Remote reading devices may be installed on or in all structures supplied with water by the Water Utility. The remote reading device shall be located within or on the structure in such a way that it can be serviced and communicated with effectively. The remote reading device may not be obstructed and shall be at a readable height. Original installation shall be at the cost of the Water Utility, but any cost of defacing, vandalism or any other damage shall be charged to the owner or occupant. Water service may be discontinued for failure to comply with the requirements of this subsection. (c) The owner of any structure supplied with water shall provide a location of adequate size for installation of a water meter. Such location shall be adequately ventilated and shall not be a manhole, pit, vault, or other confined space as defined by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS), or the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The owner of any meter pit or vault considered a confined space (by definition) shall be required to conform with this section at such time as any piping of structural modifications or repairs are made to the structure, within ninety (90) days of a determination that the structure is a confined space as defined by DSPS. Any additional costs incurred with reading or servicing a water meter in a confined space, including but not limited to, dewatering and confined space entry procedures, shall be billed to the customer. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk ADOPTED: March 18, 2020 PUBLISHED: March 23, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 23-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 20-39 OF CHAPTER 20 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON, RELATING TO LEAKAGE IN WATER PIPES. (Utilities Committee 3/4/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: Section 1: That Section 20-39 of Chapter 20 of the Municipal Code of the City of Appleton, relating to leakage in water pipes, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 20-39. Leakage in water pipes. Where a leak develops in the privately owned water pipe, the Water Utility shall follow the approved water leak policy. Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Dated: March 18, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: March 23, 2020 WNAXLP


ADOPTED: March 18, 2020 PUBLISHED: March 23, 2020 Office of the City Clerk 24-20 57-20 ORDINANCES AMENDING CHAPTER 23 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF APPLETON RELATING TO ZONING. (City Plan Commission 3/18/2020) The Common Council of the City of Appleton does ordain as follows: On March 18, 2020, the Appleton Common Council adopted ordinances relating to Chapter 23 of the Appleton Municipal Code relating to various sections in that Chapter as follows: Sec. 23-21 Purpose amended to clarify protocol for interpreting words and terms in the Chapter. Sec. 23-22 Words and terms defined amended to clarify, expand, and add definition terms to be consistent with Wisconsin State Statutes and industry practices. Sec. 23-35 Transition rules addresses the applicability of new substantive standards enacted by this ordinance to activities, actions, and other matters that are pending or occurring as of the effective date of this ordinance. Sec. 23-42 Nonconforming buildings, structures, uses and lots amended for consistency with state law changes permitting the repair or replacement of certain nonconforming structures and mobile and manufactured homes. Sec. 23-44 Fences and walls amended to clarify items including fence installation and height regulations and material restrictions. Sec. 23-50 Dimensional exceptions and modifications amended to clarify vision corner requirements. Sec. 23-63 Board of Appeals amended to be consistent with other sections pertaining to the review of variance requests. Sec. 23-65 Zoning amendments amended to reflect changes in the law relating to filing a remonstrance. Sec. 23-66 Special use permits and Special Regulations amended to reflect changes in the state law clarifying special uses and conditional uses, conditions imposed, hearing requirements. Sec. 23-67 Variances amended to clarify area and use variances and unnecessary hardship consistent with state law. Sec. 23-91 AG Agricultural district amended to include wineries and updated references in the zoning code. Sec. 23-92 R-1A single-family district, Sec. 23-93 R-1B single-family district, Sec. 23-94 R-1C central city residential district each amended to clarify references to other sections within the municipal code. Sec. 23-95 R-2 two-family district, Sec. 23-96 R-3 multifamily district amended to permit zero lot line duplexes in certain zoning districts. Sec. 23-112 C-1 neighborhood mixed use district amended the previous commercial use district to better accommodate mixed-use infill and redevelopment. Sec. 23-113 C-2 general commercial district amended to remove personal storage facilities but add other additional special and permitted uses. Sec. 23-114 CBD central business district amended to add craft-distillery, microbrewery/brewpub, painting/craft studio and winery as special uses. Sec. 23-131 M-1 industrial park district, Sec. 23-132 M-2 general industrial district were amended to add craft-distillery, distillery, microbrewery/brewpub, brewery and winery as permitted uses for the manufacturing and distribution operations. Sec. 23-172 Off-street parking and loading standards creates an administrative adjustment process for reducing minimum parking space requirements, identifies certain minimum parking space requirements. Sec. 23-422 Special use permit requirements amended to reflect state law regarding location of communication towers. Sec. 23-570 Site plan review and approval amended to clarify and expedite the site plan review process in certain circumstances. Sec. 23-601 Landscaping and Screening Standards amended to make it consistent with other vision corner amendments. The full text of these ordinances (#24-20 through #57-20) may be obtained from the Office of the City Clerk, Sixth Floor, 100 North Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or by calling the City Clerk's Office at (920)832-6443. Dated: March 19, 2020 Timothy M. Hanna, Mayor Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: March 23, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Village of Kohler is accepting sealed bids to construct a "Village of Kohler" Sign located on Highway PP in the Village of Kohler. The Village of Kohler Sign consists of: two foundations, a 170 +/- square foot wood & masonry sign, and minor electrical/lighting work. Interested parties can obtain plans/specification packages for the project by E-mail at bedgerle@kohlervillage.org. For further clarifications, please contact Mr. Brett Edgerle, Director of Public Works by phone at (920) 459-3881. Lump sum bid with bid bond is required for the project. Sealed bids identified as "2020 Village of Kohler Sign" are due by 10:00 AM, Thursday, April 9th, 2020 to the Village of Kohler, located at 319 Highland Drive, Kohler, WI. The Village of Kohler reserves the right to reject all proposals not deemed in the best interest of the Village or compliant with provided specifications. Run: March 26 & April 2, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS VILLAGE OF HARRISON Calumet County, Wisconsin OWNER - The Village of Harrison acting through its Village Board hereby gives notice that sealed Bids will be received in the Village Municipal Building for the following described project. PROJECT The work shall consist of the urbanization of Golden Way, Cameo Court, Coral Court, and Pearl Drive in the Village of Harrison, Wisconsin. The Base Bid Contract work includes 3,300 linear feet of storm sewer main, 1,600 linear feet of storm sewer laterals, 8,500 cubic yards of roadway excavation, 12,500 tons of aggregate base, 6,100 linear feet of concrete curb and gutter, 2,700 tons of HMA pavement, 22,000 square feet of concrete driveway aprons, and 13,000 square yards of lawn restoration. There is an Alternate Bid to urbanize the roadways with concrete pavement rather than HMA pavement. The Alternate Bid Contract work includes 3,300 linear feet of storm sewer main, 1,600 linear feet of storm sewer laterals, 9,900 cubic yards of roadway excavation, 13,400 tons of aggregate base, 13,000 square yards of 7-inch non-reinforced concrete pavement, 22,000 square feet of concrete driveway aprons, and 13,000 square yards of lawn restoration. In addition, there is a Supplemental Bid that includes 700 linear feet of 24-inch storm sewer and 1,600 square yards of lawn restoration. Bids will be received on the following Contract: Contract No. H0006-9-19-00675 2020 STREET URBANIZATION TIME Sealed Bids will be received until 10:00 a.m., local time, on Wednesday, March 25, 2020, in the Village Municipal Building, at which time and place all Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. BIDS All Bids shall be addressed to Laura Jungwirth, Director of Public Works, Village of Harrison, W5298 Highway '114', Menasha, Wisconsin 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 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. 6892229 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 Blue Print Service Company 2350 West Pershing Street; Suite A 2201 South Oneida Street, Suite 8 Appleton, WI 54914 Green Bay, WI 54304 920-733-4539 - Telephone 920-494-4539 - Telephone 920-733-1438 - Fax 920-494-4551 - Fax bps@blueprintservice.com - Email bps@blueprintservice.com - Email BID SECURITY No Bid shall be received unless accompanied by a Certified Check or satisfactory Bid Bond payable to the Village of Harrison 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 Village of Harrison. 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 Village of Harrison, acting through its Village Board VILLAGE OF HARRISON Calumet County, Wisconsin Run: March 11, 18, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CITY OF TWO RIVERS Manitowoc County, Wisconsin OWNER The City of Two Rivers acting through its City Council, hereby gives notice that sealed Bids will be received in the City Hall for the following described project. PROJECT The work shall consist of construction of a wet detention pond including excavation (12,260 cubic yards), storm sewer (778 linear feet of 42-inch to 12-inch), concrete pavement restoration (149 square yards), erosion controls, and landscaping. Bids will be received on the following Contract: Contract No. T0007-9-18-00557 RIVERVIEW POND TIME Sealed Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m., local time, on Thursday, April 2, 2020, in the City Engineer's Office, City of Two Rivers, 1717 East Park Street, PO Box 87, Two Rivers, Wisconsin 54241, at which time and place all Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. BIDS All Bids shall be addressed to Mr. James McDonald, Public Works Director, City of Two Rivers, 1717 East Park Street, PO Box 87, Two Rivers, Wisconsin 54241. 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. 6910483 on the website's Project Search page. On-line bid submission is available for this project for a non-refundable $45.00. 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 Blue Print Service Company 2350 West Pershing Street; Suite A 2201 South Oneida Street, Suite 8 Appleton, WI 54914 Green Bay, WI 54304 920-733-4539 - Telephone 920-494-4539 - Telephone 920-733-1438 - Fax 920-494-4551 - Fax bps@blueprintservice.com - Email bps@blueprintservice.com - Email BID SECURITY No Bid shall be received unless accompanied by a Certified Check or satisfactory Bid Bond payable to the City of Two Rivers in an amount not less than 5% of the maximum Bid as a guaran¬tee that, if the Bid is accepted, the Bidder will execute and file the Contract, Performance/Payment Bonds and Insurance Certifica¬tion, as required by the Contract Documents, within 15-days after the Notice of Award. BID REJECTION The OWNER reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, waive any informalities in Bidding or to accept the Bid or Bids which best serves the interests of the City of Two Rivers. 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. WAGE RATE DETERMINATIONS The CONTRACTOR shall be required to pay not less than the Wage Rates established for the project by the U.S. Department Of Labor - Davis-Bacon, and pay wages at rates not less than the highest rate noted for each trade. Copies of the applicable Wage Rates are on file with the OWNER and/or incorporated in the Contract Documents. WISCONSIN CLEAN WATER FUND Any Contract or Contracts awarded under this Advertisement For Bids is expected to be funded in part from the Wisconsin Clean Water Fund (CWF). This procurement will be subject to regulations contained in NR.162, Wisconsin Adminis-tra¬tive Code and appropriate State Statues. This project has not been designated a Federal Equivalency project. DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES The City of Two Rivers encourages Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), including Minority-Owned Businesses (MBE) and Women-Owned Businesses (WBE), to submit Bids. Any Contract or Contracts awarded under this Advertisement For Bids shall demonstrate positive efforts to utilize Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Businesses. This procurement will be subject to regulations contained in NR.162. Published by the authority of the city of Two Rivers, acting through James McDonald, Public Works Director, City Engineer. CITY OF TWO RIVERS | Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Run: Mar. 16, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Village of Kohler is accepting sealed bids to repair the roof on the Village DPW Garage located at 219 Highland Drive in Kohler, WI. The Village of Kohler Roof Repair Project consists of: 2,400 square foot of repair of existing Modified Bitumen roof. Interested parties are required to attend a mandatory pre-bid conference and site visit starting at 10:00 AM on Monday, April 6th, 2020 at the Village of Kohler DPW Garage located at 209 Highland Drive in Kohler, WI. Plans and specification packages for the project will be distributed at the start of the meeting. For directions or further clarifications, please contact Mr. Brett Edgerle, Director of Public Works by phone at (920) 459-3881. Lump sum bid with bid bond is required for the project. Sealed bids identified as "2020 Village Garage Repairs" are due by 2:00 PM, Monday, April 20th, 2020 to the Village of Kohler, Department of Public Works located at 319 Highland Drive, Kohler, WI. The Village of Kohler reserves the right to reject all proposals not deemed in the best interest of the Village or compliant with provided specifications. Run: March 20 & 27, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF ALGOMA Winnebago County, Wisconsin OWNER - The Town of Algoma acting through its Town Board, hereby gives notice that Bids will be accepted by the Town of Algoma for the following described project. PROJECT The work shall consist of surface milling 9,560 square yards of existing asphalt, placement of 1,230 tons of HMA pavement overlay, placement of aggregate shoulders and minimal pavement markings along North Oakwood Road, Tammy Road, and Wylde Oak Drive within the Town of Algoma. The Town has secured LRIP Funding for North Oakwood Road. Bids will be received on the following Contract(s): Contract No. A0018-9-20-00235 2020 ASPHALT RESURFACING PROGRAM TIME Bids will be received until 10:00 a.m., local time, on Thursday, April 9, 2020, at which time all Bids will be publicly opened on-line via Quest CDN.com. BIDS All Bids shall be submitted on-line via QuestCDN.com. 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. 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. 6949079 on the website's Project Search page. On-line bid submission for this project is a non-refundable $45.00. 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 Town of Algoma in an amount not less than 10% 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 Town of Algoma. 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 Town of Algoma, acting through its Town Board. TOWN OF ALGOMA Winnebago County, Wisconsin Run: March 26, April 2, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS BECHAUD AVENUE, MCKINLEY STREET AND POLK STREET IMPROVEMENTS UTILITY CONSTRUCTION AND ROADWAY GRADING VILLAGE OF NORTH FOND DU LAC FOND DU LAC COUNTY, WI The 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, McKinley Street and Polk Street Improvements, Utility Construction and Roadway Grading until March 31, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.. All bids will be downloaded and publicly read aloud at MSA Professional Services, Inc., 201 Corporate Drive, Beaver Dam, WI 53916 at that time. A Bidder's Proof of Responsibility must be submitted to Mr. Nick Leonard, Village Administrator, 16 Garfield Street, North Fond du lac, WI 54937, prior to the close of business, 4:30 PM local time on March 24, 2020. A pre-Bid conference will be held at 10:00 AM., local time on March 24, 2020 at the Village Offices, 16 Garfield Street, North Fond du Lac, WI 54937. 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. The work for which bids are asked includes the following: Bechaud Avenue and McKinley Street: unclassified roadway excavation; miscellaneous erosion control and traffic control; 8,300 TON of aggregate base installation; 8 sanitary manholes; 2,350 LF of sanitary sewer and laterals (6" thru 8" PVC); 1,800 LF of water main (6" thru 8" PVC); 700 LF of water services (1" HDPE); 34 storm sewer structures; 650 LF of storm sewer (8" thru 30" HDPE); and all other related work. Polk Street: unclassified roadway excavation; miscellaneous erosion control and traffic control; 2,150 TON of aggregate base installation; 9 storm sewer structures; 1,450 LF of storm sewer (12" thru 42" HDPE); and all other related work. The anticipated substantial completion date is October 15, 2020 and final completion date is October 30, 2020. The BIDDING DOCUMENTS may be examined at the offices of MSA Professional Services, Inc., Appleton and Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 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 #6894981 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: Todd M. Janssen, 201 Corporate Drive, Beaver Dam, WI 53916. 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. 201 Corporate Drive Beaver Dam, WI 53916 Todd Janssen, P.E. 920-392-5144 Run: March 10, 17, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS BRIARWOOD COURT PAVING PROJECT VILLAGE OF KOHLER OWNER: The Village of Kohler, Wisconsin, hereby gives notice that sealed bids will be received in the office of the Director of Public Works for the following described project. PROJECT: The work shall consist of milling existing asphalt, base aggregate, HMA paving, concrete curb & gutter repair/replacement, manhole adjustments, and installing a new catch basin and storm sewer lead. Major items of work and approximate quantities for which bids are requested include: 3300 square yards of Asphalt Milling 450 cubic yards of Excavation Common (EBS) 925 tons of Base Aggregate Dense 755 tons of HMA Pavement 300 linear feet of remove and replace Concrete Curb & Gutter 21 each of Adjusting Manholes 1 lump sum of Traffic Control 200 linear feet of Sawing 1 lump sum of Install New Catch Basin, Cover, and Lead TIME: Sealed bids will be received until 1:30 P.M., local time, on Monday, March, 30, 2020 in the office of the Director of Public Works, 319 Highland Drive, Kohler, Wisconsin 53044, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The work performed shall be fully completed by June 27, 2020. CONTRACT DOCUMENT: The Contract Document is on file for inspection at the office of the Clerk Treasurer. Electronic copies (including construction plan) may be obtained from the website: www.QuestCDN.com . A non-refundable fee of $20 will be required. Under the website's Project Search page, one will need to input Quest's project number: 6903289. Contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. Optional paper copies may be obtained at the office of Kapur & Associates, Inc., 7711 N. Port Washington Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53217-3130. The paper copies are available for $40.00, non-refundable. Inquiries about the project may contact Kapur & Associates, Inc. at 414-351-6668. Contract Documents will be available on Monday, March 16, 2020. BIDS: All bids shall be addressed to the attention of the Director of Public Works, Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, Kohler, WI 53044, and shall be enclosed, with the name and address of the Bidder and name of the project shown on the outside of the sealed envelope. All bids shall be submitted on the bidding forms provided in the Contract Document. BID SECURITY: A certified check or satisfactory bid bond payable to the Village of Kohler, in the amount of not less than five percent (5%) nor more the ten percent (10%) of the bid, shall accompany each bid as a guaranty, that if the bid is accepted, the Bidder will execute and file the contract, the performance bond, and the certificate of insurance, as required by the contract. Should the Bidder fail in meeting this provision, then the amount of the certified check or bid bond will be forfeited to the Village as liquidated damages. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: The Bidder agrees to ensure equal opportunity in employment to all applicants and employees and to take affirmative action to attain a representative workforce. BID REJECTION: The Village of Kohler reserves the right to reject any and all bids and waive any informality in bidding which serves the interests of the Village of Kohler. BID WITHDRAWAL: No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of ninety (90) days after the scheduled opening of the bids without the consent of the Village of Kohler. Also, no bid can be resubmitted by a bidder that has successfully withdrawn a bid prior to the bid opening. CONTRACT SECURITY: The Bidder to whom the contract is awarded shall be required to furnish performance and payment bonds acceptable to the Village of Kohler for one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price. Village of Kohler, Brett Edgerle Director of Public Works Published: March 16, 2020 March 23, 2020 Run: March 16 & 23, 2020 WNAXLP


Advertisement for Bids Brokaw Boat Landing Access Road - Village of Maine, Marathon County, WI. The Village of Maine will receive sealed bids for the Brokaw Boat Landing Access Road construction until 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday April 28th, 2020 at which time bids will be opened. Due to fluctuating Covid-19 restrictions, details of how bids will be read to the public will be determined based on restrictions in place at that time. Mail, call or e-mail a request for project details and plan specifications to: Keith Rusch Village of Maine 6111 N. 44th Ave., Wausau, WI 54401 Office phone: (715) 675-8712; E-mail: administrator@villageofmaine.org Proposals shall be submitted in an opaque envelope and marked with the name and address of the bidder. If the proposal is sent through the mail, or other delivery system, the sealed envelope shall be enclosed in a separate envelope marked with the notation "BID ENCLOSED" and addressed to the location listed above. This project is partially funded through the WDNR Recreational Boating Facilities Grant program. Local, State and Federal requirements must be met to remain eligible for funding. Run: April 3, 6, 2020 WNAXLP


Advertisement for Bids For Construction at Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport Green Bay, Wisconsin Project No. SAP-81, Contract No. 1 WBOA Project No. GRB1005 Sealed proposals for the work described herein will be received until 2:00 p.m., local time, Thursday, April 23, 2020, by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of Aeronautics, on behalf of the Secretary, authorized agent for Brown County, in accordance with Wis. Stat. §114.32(3) (1983), 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 opened and read. 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 United States Postal Service (USPS). Delivery by any other delivery method may not have access to the building. Mail is delivered once a day to the state building and is 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, P.O. Box 7914, Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7914. Sending bid documents by Priority Mail may not guarantee timely delivery to our office. Description of work: Pavement removal, drainage, base course, bituminous pavement, Portland cement concrete pavement, turfing, and marking. Base Bid: Rehabilitate "B" and "D" Line Service Roads. Estimate of major quantities: Base Bid: Pavement Removal, 5,302 SY; Culvert Pipe Corrugated Steel Aluminum Coated, 254 LF; Excavation Common, 3,755 CY; Base Aggregate Dense, 5,378 TON; 8" Portland Cement Concrete Pavement, 5,091 SY; Asphaltic Surface, 79 TON; Concrete Curb & Gutter, 228 LF; Chain Link Fence Gate, 1 EA; Turfing, 395 SY; Pavement Marking, 4,085 LF DBE Goal: N/A Contract Completion Time: 33 Working Days Proposals: Proposal forms are included with the plans and specifications, and are subject to the provisions of Wis. Stat. §66.0901(7) (1999). Plans and specifications: Digital Bidding Documents may be downloaded for an on-line non-refundable payment of $25.00 through the Quest CDN web site (www.questcdn.com). Input Quest CDN eBidDoc Number #6851801 to access the documents for this project. Contact Quest CDN via phone at (952) 233-1632 or email at info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration and downloading. No paper plans and specifications will be provided. 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). Delivery by any other delivery method may not have access to the building. Mail is delivered once a day to the state building and is 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. 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: The Bureau of Project Development "Prequalification Statement" (AKA: "Highways") will apply. The proper forms can be found at: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/contractors/hcci/prequal.aspx 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, April 10, 2020. 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. 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 conducted by teleconference in accordance with best practices for COVID19 social distancing recommendations. The teleconference will be held on Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. A call-in number will be provided to plan holders prior to the meeting. The purpose of the meeting will be to familiarize all concerned persons with the project. Contractors may make a physical visit to the airport to inspect the project site conditions. Questions arising from site visits shall be submitted by email to the contact person below. If necessary, answers requiring changes to the bid documents will be provided to all plan holders via a subsequent addendum. For further information, contact Kevin Sielaff, Mead & Hunt at email kevin.sielaff@meadhunt.com or (920) 593-6849. Brown County, Wisconsin Represented by Craig Thompson, Secretary Department of Transportation Sponsor's Authorized Agent Run: April 2 & 9, 2020 WNAXLP


Advertisement for Bids For Construction at Wittman Regional Airport Oshkosh, Wisconsin Project no. OSH1005/SAP-64 Sealed proposals for the work described herein will be received until 2:00 p.m., local time, Thursday, April 23, 2020, by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of Aeronautics, on behalf of the Secretary, authorized agent for Winnebago County in accordance with Wis. Stat. §114.32(3) (1983), 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 opened and read. 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 United States Postal Service (USPS). Delivery by any other delivery method may not have access to the building. Mail is delivered once a day to the state building and is 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, P.O. Box 7914, Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7914. Sending bid documents by Priority Mail may not guarantee timely delivery to our office. Description of work: Project 1: Phased demolition of existing passenger terminal building and general aviation terminal building and construction of a new general aviation terminal building of approximately 12,500 gross square feet including but not limited to compacted fill, site lighting and landscaping. Project 2: Phased demolition and construction of site work including but not limited to site grading, 84 stall parking lot, drives lanes, temporary and permanent utility work, trash enclosure, flag poles, signage and perimeter fencing. Alternate 1: Canopy over drive lane: Construction of a canopy over the vehicle drive lane at the main landside entry to the new general aviation terminal building. Work includes but is not limited to: footings and foundations, support piers, masonry, structural steel, decking, roofing, cladding, gutters, conductors and storm sewer tie-ins, lighting and electrical, edge metal. Alternate 2: Substitute cultured stone for stone: Utilize cultured stone in lieu of stone at all areas of the new terminal building to receive stone. Alternate 3: Substitute storefront for curtain wall: Utilize aluminum storefront in lieu of curtain wall throughout project. All base bid exterior openings shall be curtain wall. Contract shall be awarded to the lowest qualified bidder of the sum of projects 1 and 2 and any combination of alternates. Estimate of major quantities: Demolition and building waste recycling. Construction of a new steel framed building with over 12,500 gross square feet of conditioned interior space clad in brick and stone with both E.P.D.M. and standing seam metal roofing. Site demolition and site construction of asphalt parking, concrete curb and gutter, lighting and fencing. Temporary and permanent relocation of utilities. Proposals: Proposal forms are included with the plans and specifications, and are subject to the provisions of Wis. Stat. §66.0901(7) (1999). Plans and specifications: An electronic copy of the plans, specifications and any addenda will be posted by Winnebago County and available from the Demandstar website: demandstar.com. If the Contractor receives this information from any source or entity other than the Demandstar website, the Contractor is responsible for contacting the Winnebago County Purchasing Department and requesting the Contractor's name be placed on the County's formal planholders list for the project. Failure of the Contractor to notify the Purchasing Department in no way obligates Winnebago County to deliver addendum or other information concerning the request for bids to the Contractor. The following information is required of all entities requesting plans: 1) Full name of contact person (this must be the person to whom addenda and other bid information may be sent) 2) Full name, address and telephone number of the company 3) Email address of contact person 4) Telephone number of contact person if different than company telephone number 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). Delivery by any other delivery method may not have access to the building. Mail is delivered once a day to the state building and is 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 by any method are still required to submit a paper bid proposal. The download link will include the PDF and blank electronic schedule of prices spreadsheets that can be used to complete the schedule of prices. 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. https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/aeronautics/airports/arpt-prequal.aspx 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, April 10, 2020. 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. 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 Thursday April 9, 2020 at 10:00 am local time and will be conducted by teleconference in accordance with best practice for COVID19 social distancing recommendations. Interested parties are instructed to dial (608) 316-9000 and insert the following password: 72972483# to join the meeting remotely. The purpose of the meeting will be to familiarize all concerned persons with the project and conditions at the airport. A physical visit to the site may be authorized by the airport on a case by case basis in groups of ten or less. Contractors wishing to make an appointment for a physical site visit must contact: Jim Schell, C.M. Director, Wittman Regional Airport (920) 236-4932 (Office) (920) 420-4983 (Cell) JSchell@co.winnebago.wi.us 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. Questions must be submitted a minimum of ten days prior to bidding. For further information, contact: Roger Kuick, AIA MartinRiley architects-engineers (920) 267-3600 (Office) rkuick@martin-riley.com. Winnebago County, Wisconsin Represented by Craig Thompson, Secretary Department of Transportation Sponsor's Authorized Agent Run: April 2, 9, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, WI Department of Public Works Pavement Chip Sealing Services The Public Works Department of the Town of Ledgeview, Brown County, Wisconsin will accept sealed bids for Chip Seal Coating Services on selected rural roads within the Town of Ledgeview for 2020 Qualified bids will be received by the Town of Ledgeview, 3700 Dickinson Road, DePere, WI 54115, at the office of the Ledgeview Public Works Department until 2:00 PM on April 16, 2020, at which time they will be opened. The proposed amount of chip sealing being sought for 2020 is approximately 9,693 lineal feet with an average width of 23.5 ft. (cold mix wedging will be required in some areas) All bids shall be submitted on Town bid forms and sealed in an envelope which will be plainly marked "Bid for Town of Ledgeview Pavement Chip Sealing Services 2020" along with the bidder's name. Specifications may be obtained at the Town of Ledgeview's website at www.ledgeviewwisconsin.com, Ledgeview Community Center located at 3700 Dickinson Rd. De Pere, WI. 54115, or requested by phone at 920-336-3360. The Town of Ledgeview reserves the right to waive any informality in any bid and to reject any or all bids. Dated this,2nd day of April, 2020. Town of Ledgeview Andy Tenor Public Works Operations Superintendent Posted: April 2, 2020 Run: April 2, 9, 2020 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 urbanized streets within the Town of Ledgeview for 2020. 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 April 16, 2019, at which time they will be opened. The proposed amount of crack filling being sought for 2020 is approximately 70,093 lbs. of asphalt crack filling. 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 2020" 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 bid and to reject any or all bids. Dated this, 2nd day of April, 20. Town of Ledgeview Andy Tenor Public Works Operations Superintendent Posted April 2, 2020 Run: April 2, 9, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS LINCOLN AVENUE CULVERT REPLACEMENT CITY OF OMRO WINNEBAGO COUNTY, WI The City Of Omro will receive and accept bids ONLY through QuestCDN.com via the online electronic bid service (QuestvBid) for the construction of Lincoln Avenue Culvert Replacement until April 15, 2020 at 10:00 am. All bids will be downloaded and publicly read aloud at MSA Professional Services, Inc., 201 Corporate Drive, Beaver Dam, WI 53916 at that time. The work for which bids are asked includes the following: 192 LF of 36" diameter RCP storm sewer and 6 EA 36" RCP endwalls; 70 SY of Medium Riprap; 100 S.Y. aggregate base installation; 25 TON asphalt pavement; 70 LF gravel shouldering; 50 TON imported granular backfill; 30 LF guardrail; 170 SF concrete sidewalk; as well as all related work including unclassified excavation, miscellaneous erosion control, miscellaneous traffic control and site restoration. The BIDDING DOCUMENTS may be examined at the offices of MSA Professional Services, Inc., Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 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 #6922057 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: Michael J. Laue, 201 Corporate Drive, Beaver Dam, WI 53916. 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. 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 Omro. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 201 Corporate Drive Beaver Dam, WI 53916 Michael J. Laue, P.E., 920-392-5140 Run: March 24, 31, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT NUMBER 330-13-2001 TRI-D Lynn Hill Rd Reconditioning CTH G CTH AA Town of Port Edwards, Wisconsin Plans and Specifications for the "Lynn Hill Rd TRI-D" project are available at the TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS Town Hall, 2000 Town Road G, Port Edwards, WI 54457, BY APOINTMENT ONLY, for a nonrefundable fee of $20.00 per set, or bidders may obtain a copy by contacting the TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS Town Clerk (porttownclerk@solarus.net) with a valid email address and a pdf can be sent to bidders. TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS does not accept responsibility for incomplete or non-deliverable emails. PREQUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS BIDDER may be asked to submit evidence of BIDDER's qualifications to do this type of work in the State of Wisconsin prior to the award of the contract. Bids will not be accepted from any BIDDER listed on TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS or the State of Wisconsin Disapproved, Suspended, and Debarred Contractors list or the Federal Excluded Parties List. SUBMITTAL OF BIDS Bidders shall submit bids in a separate sealed envelope for the contract to the Town of Port Edwards, 2000 Town Rd G, Port Edwards, WI 54457. Bids will be received until 6:00 PM local time, prior to the monthly Town of Port Edwards Town Meeting on Tuesday April, 14, 2020, OR by mail to the Town of Port Edwards Town Clerk, Michelle Sorenson, 236 Nessa Lane, Nekoosa, WI 54457. The bids will be opened following the closing of the bidding at 6:00 PM local time, Tuesday April 14, 2020 at the monthly Town meeting at Town of Port Edwards, 2000 Town Rd G Port Edwards, WI 54457. PROPOSAL AND CONTRACT AGREEMENTS No bid shall be considered unless accompanied by the Proposal Agreement fully executed by the bidder. The bidder that is awarded the contract agrees to execute the contract agreement within five (5) days after the Notice of Award, begin work no later than five (5) days after written Notice to Proceed, and complete all work included under the terms of the contract in the allotted time. Run: March 31. April 7, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT NUMBER 330-13-2001 TRI-D Lynn Hill Rd Reconditioning CTH G CTH AA Town of Port Edwards, Wisconsin Plans and Specifications for the "Lynn Hill Rd TRI-D" project are available at the TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS Town Hall, 2000 Town Road G, Port Edwards, WI 54457, BY APOINTMENT ONLY, for a nonrefundable fee of $20.00 per set, or bidders may obtain a copy by contacting the TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS Town Clerk (porttownclerk@solarus.net) with a valid email address and a pdf can be sent to bidders. TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS does not accept responsibility for incomplete or non-deliverable emails. PREQUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS BIDDER may be asked to submit evidence of BIDDER's qualifications to do this type of work in the State of Wisconsin prior to the award of the contract. Bids will not be accepted from any BIDDER listed on TOWN OF PORT EDWARDS or the State of Wisconsin Disapproved, Suspended, and Debarred Contractors list or the Federal Excluded Parties List. SUBMITTAL OF BIDS Bidders shall submit bids in a separate sealed envelope for the contract to the Town of Port Edwards, 2000 Town Rd G, Port Edwards, WI 54457. Bids will be received until 6:00 PM local time, prior to the monthly Town of Port Edwards Town Meeting on Tuesday April, 14, 2020, OR by mail to the Town of Port Edwards Town Clerk, Michelle Sorenson, 236 Nessa Lane, Nekoosa, WI 54457. The bids will be opened following the closing of the bidding at 6:00 PM local time, Tuesday April 14, 2020 at the monthly Town meeting at Town of Port Edwards, 2000 Town Rd G Port Edwards, WI 54457. PROPOSAL AND CONTRACT AGREEMENTS No bid shall be considered unless accompanied by the Proposal Agreement fully executed by the bidder. The bidder that is awarded the contract agrees to execute the contract agreement within five (5) days after the Notice of Award, begin work no later than five (5) days after written Notice to Proceed, and complete all work included under the terms of the contract in the allotted time. Run: March 31. April 7, 2020 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. 2020 ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT The work shall consist of the following roads: 1. BainBrook Boulevard (Little Rd South to Spring Meadows Dr) (849 ft. x 24 ft.) Pulverize, reconstruct, grade, pave 2.25" binder and 1.75" of surface. 2 lanes. 2. Serene Court (Little Rapids Rd South to Cul De Sac (849 ft. x 24 ft also include cul de sac.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 4" topsoil, seed and mulch shoulder. 3. Spring Meadows Drive (Serene Ct west to west edge of intersection of Bain Brook Blvd) (1368 ft. x 24 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 4" topsoil, seed and mulch shoulder. 4. Center Street (485'x 18') Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 1' CABC shoulder 5. Wisconsin Street (From Center St to River St) (350'x 18') Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 1' CABC shoulder 6. Oak Stream Drive Cul De Sac (end of north end to end of cul de sac) (24 ft. x 56 ft.) Grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 1' CABC shoulder 7. Hidden Ackers Final Layer Asphalt (Moonshadow Ln, Creeksedge Ci and Ln) place second layer of 1.75" of asphalt 8. Striping Epoxy Center Lines & Fog Lines a. Williams Grant drive from Freedom Road to Mid Valley-14350 LF b. Noah Road from Williams Grant to South county Line road- 18340 LF c. Yellow Briar from Mid Valley to north end of industrial park, to include parking lanes- 1640 LF Supplemental Bid Items 1. Golden Glow Rd (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 2. Nimitz Court (From Eastern Edge of Western Dwy of DeLeers Const. to end of Cul De Sac) (326 ft. x 24 ft. also include cul de sac) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface,1' CABC shoulder 3. Chappelle Rue (From Lost Dauphin Rd west to end of Cul De Sac) (480 ft. x 24 ft.) Pulverize, grade, Pave 2" base and 1.5" of surface. 1' CABC shoulder TIME Sealed bids will be received until 10:00 a.m. on Monday March 30, 2020, 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, 2020. 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 16, 23, 2020 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. TIME Sealed bids will be received until 2:00p.m. on Tuesday April 14, 2020, 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 31, 2020. 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 31, April 7, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF WILSON TOWN HALL ROOF REPLACEMENT Owner and Work: The Town of Wilson hereby gives notice that sealed public bids will be received for Replacement of the roof and related work for the Town of Wilson Town Hall. The majority work of this contract is generally described as follows: Complete Replacement of the Roof and related work for the Town Hall, 5935 South Business Drive, Sheboygan WI 53081 Time and Place of Bid Opening: Bids will be received until 12:00 PM., Local Time on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Bids will be received at the following location: Town of Wilson Town Office, Attention: Town of Wilson Clerk, 5935 South Business Drive, Sheboygan, WI 53081. Bids received after the specified time and date will not be considered for award and returned unopened. A public opening will be held in the Town office Conference Room located in the Town office on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 1:30 PM Local time. Bidders are welcome, but not required to attend. Bidding Specifications: Individual Pre-bid meetings and project scope of work are available by contacting the Town of Wilson Road Supervisor via email at: maintenance@townwilson.com or by phone at (920) 980-6784. Bid Security: A satisfactory Bid Bond, payable to the Town of Wilson, WI, in an amount not less than five (5%) percent of the bid. Legal Provisions: This contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Section 62.15, 66.0901, and 779.15 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The Town of Wilson reserves the right to reject any bid, cancel this solicitation, waive any informality in the bid process and award the bid deemed most advantageous to the Town of Wilson. Rick Meyer Road Supervisor/Maintenance Run: April 5, 12, 2020 WNAXLP


ADVERTISMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the Town of Ledgeview at 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115 until 11:00 am local time, Thursday, March 26, 2020. For: Curb and Gutter Replacements, Contract C-2020 The project consists of: Removing and replacing approximately 200 LF of curb and gutter and adjusting inlets, asphalt patches and saw cutting, and approximately 365 LF of new curb and gutter and 100 tons of asphalt pavement. 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 6898704 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 Ledgeview. By: Philip Danen, Chairman Run: Mar. 12, 19, 2020 WNAXLP


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AGENDA EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD MARCH 16, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE EGG HARBOR TOWN BOARD WILL MEET ON MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2020 AT 7:00PM AT THE TOWN HALL, 5242 COUNTY I (EAST OF CARLSVILLE) WITH THE FOLLOWING AGENDA: 1. CALL TO ORDER WITH ROLL CALL 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ADOPT THE AGENDA 4. APPROVE MINUTES 5. APPROVE FINANCIAL REPORT 6. OPEN SESSION. Maximum of 10 minutes. 7. ORDINANCE REVIEW AND OR ADOPTION OF PROPOSED CHANGES TO INCLUDE CAMPING ORDINANCE AND BUILDING CODE. 8. DISCUSSION ON TOURIST HOUSING REGULATIONS. 9. FOLLOW-UP ON RECYCLING DROP OFF AT TOWN HALL. 10. REPORTS: A. PLANNING COMMISSIONVacancy Replacement B. TOWN ROADSRoad Tour Dates C. LICENSES, BUILDING & SIGN PERMITS 11. TOWN HALL, BUILDINGS & GROUNDS, TOWN PROPERTY. 12. JOINT TOWN AND VILLAGE MATTERS A. FIRE STATION/BALL FIELD/CEMETERY B. FIRE COMMISSION C. RECYCLING PROGRAM 13. CORRESPONDENCE 14. APPROVE VOUCHERS 15. ADJOURNMENT PAUL PETERSON, CHAIRMAN TAKE NOTE THAT ALL ITEMS ON THE FOLLOWING MATTERS MAY BE REVIEWED AND ACTED ON.Notice is given that if a majority of the Plan Commission is present at this meeting, it will constitute a Plan Commission Meeting although no formal action will be taken. Please note that, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. Contact Pam Krauel, Clerk for any questions at (920)743-6141. Run: March 14, 2020 WNAXLP


AGENDA GREEN BAY METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT COMMISSION MEETING March 25, 2020 Via Teleconference 8:30 a.m. Vision: Protecting our most valuable resource, water 1) Safety moment. 2) Convene in closed session under State Statute 19.85 (1) (e) for the purpose of deliberating or negotiating the purchase of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session and 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) Discussion of negotiation strategy concerning a potential industrial customer b) Potential litigation resulting from the failure of the granulated activated carbon system of the fluidized bed incinerator 3) Reconvene in open session. 4) Approval of minutes of Commission meeting held February 26, 2020. 5) January and February financials. 5a) Request Commission approval of COVID-19 Pandemic Emergency Operation Commission Order Delegating Authority. 5b) Request Commission approval of temporary modifications to NEW Water's paid leave policies. 6) Request Commission approval to increase the contingency of the Evaluation of the East River Interceptor and the Ninth Street Interceptor Project by $41,950. 7) Request Commission approval of Amendment No. 6 for Contract 34 Digestion and Solids Facility with CH2M Engineers, Inc. for additional construction related services in the amount of $93,301.54 for a total authorized amount of $13,818,604.93. 8) Sewer plan approvals: a) Village of Howard Project #20009; GBMSD Request #2020-06 b) City of De Pere Project #20-02; GBMSD Request #2020-07 c) Town of Lawrence/Village of Hobart Project #T0978-9-19-00810; GBMSD Request #2020-09 9) 2019 pretreatment enforcement summary. 10) 2019 Industrial Achievement Awards. 11) 2019 Aquatic Monitoring Program updates. 12) 2019 Watershed Monitoring Program updates. 13) Update of projects: a) Contract 35 Solids Building 300 Demolition 14) February 2020 Operations report. 15) Executive Director's report: a) April Commission meeting b) Charles Street Interceptor lateral update c) Stack testing d) Einstein Science Expo event e) World Water Day event f) COVID-19 update Run: March 24, 2020 WNAXLP


AGENDA GREEN BAY METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT COMMISSION MEETING March 20, 2020 Via Teleconference 9:00 a.m. Vision: Protecting our most valuable resource, water 1) Request Commission approval of temporary modifications to NEW Water's paid leave policies. Run: March 19, 2020 WNAXLP


AMENDED NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Notice is hereby given that public hearings will be held by the Oconto County Board of Adjustment under the Oconto County Zoning Ordinance and/or the Oconto County Shoreland Protection Ordinance on March 25, 2020. APPLICATION NO. 1 at 8:45 AM, or as soon thereafter as the Board may convene, at the Spruce Town Hall for Josh Gerken, 7406 Kulhanek Lane, Oconto Falls, WI 54154, Agent: Hope Gerken for a Conditional Use Permit to operate a kennel/pet care facility. Location of the property is in Section 33, T29N, R19E, Town of Spruce, 7406 Kulhanek Lane. (On-site inspection at 8:30 AM) APPLICATION NO. 2 at 9:45 AM, or as soon thereafter as the Board may convene, at the Brazeau Town Hall for Gary and Cheryl Meyer, 7976 County Road B West, Coleman, WI 54112, Agent: Danielle Meyer, for a Conditional Use Permit for a home older than 15 years. Location of the property is in Section 14, Section 30N, R19E, Town of Brazeau, 8040 County Road B. (On-site inspection at 9:30 AM) APPLICATION NO. 3 at 11:30 AM or as soon thereafter as the Board may convene, at the Northern Zoning Office, 17181 Twin Pines Road, Lakewood, for Michael Brantmeier, 825 Sundial Lane, Neenah, WI 54956, for a variance to build closer to the centerline of the road. Location of the property is in Section 31, T31N, R17E, Town of Mountain, 13247 N. Anderson Lake Lane. (On-site inspection at 10:30 AM) APPLICATION NO. 4 at 11:45 AM or as soon thereafter as the Board may convene, at the Northern Zoning Office, 17181 Twin Pines Road, Lakewood, for Mountain Stone Corporation, P.O. Box 1198, Marinette, WI 54143, Agent: Eric, Ryan or David Campbell, for a Conditional Use Permit to continue to operate a quarry and portable hot mix plant. Location of the property is in Section 3 and 4, T31N, R16E, Town of Mountain, 14382 State Highway 32/64. (On-site inspection at 10:45 AM) APPLICATION NO. 5 at 12:00 PM, or as soon thereafter as the Board may convene, at the Northern Zoning Office, 17181 Twin Pines Road, Lakewood, for Jay VandenHeuvel, W2670 Autumn Blaze Trail, Seymour, WI 54165, for a Conditional Use Permit for storage units. Location of the property is in Section 32, T33N, R16E, Town of Lakewood, 17188 Green Acres Lane. (On-site inspection at 11:15 AM) Notice is further given that printed copies of these proposals are available for public inspection in the Zoning Office, Courthouse, Oconto, Wisconsin during regular office hours. It is possible that a quorum of the Highway Committee may be present at the meeting, however, it is not intended that Highway Committee business will be conducted by the Board of Adjustment. Dated: March 5, 2020. For: The Oconto County Board of Adjustment By: Patrick Virtues, Zoning Administrator Run: March 11, 18, 2020 WNAXLP


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ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE TOWN OF BRIGHTON THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE TOWN OF BRIGHTON WILL BE HELD AT THE BRIGHTON TOWN HALL ON APRIL 21 , 2020 AT 8:00 PM. THE AGENDA INCLUDES THE PRESENTATION OF THE TOWN FINANCIAL REPORT FOR 2019, A REVIEW OF THE RECYCLING PROGRAM, AND ANY OTHER BUSINESS WHICH MAY COME BEFORE THE MEETING. ARLYN ABEGGLEN, CLERK Run: March 31, 2020 WNAXLP


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APPLICATION FOR ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that the Institute & Valmy Athletic Club, (Kay Haen, Agent), of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, has applied to the Town of Sevastopol for a seasonal "Class B Beer" license to sell fermented malt beverages for the period beginning May 1, 2020 and ending October 31, 2020, at the Sevastopol Town Park concession stand/cement block building situated on 4830 Ripp Road, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Dated: March 30, 2020 Amy M. Flok, Clerk Town of Sevastopol, Door County WI Run: April 4,2020 WNAXLP


APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE To Whom It May Concern: I hereby certify that DB Restaurant & Bar, Agent Dawn Bowen residing in Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, has applied to the Common Council for a retail Class B Beer and Class B Liquor for the period ending June 30, 2020, at the building situated on 911 Green Bay Road. Dated 3/19/2020 Signed Stephanie L. Reinhardt, City Clerk Run: March 28, 2020 WNAXLP


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ATTENTION GRAND RAPIDS DOG OWNERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all dogs in the Town (5 months and older) must be licensed. Dog licenses must be obtained by March 31st. Proof of rabies vaccination is required at time of licensing. The cost of a license is $10 per dog; or $5 per dog if they have been spayed or neutered. A late fee of $5 per dog will be assessed if your dog is licensed after March 31st. A license can be obtained at the Town Municipal Building, 2410 48th Street South. Amy Cook, Treasurer Run: Mar. 13, 20, 27, 2020 WNAXLP


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Becky Schipper, renter of unit A-10, the storage unit will be cleaned out in 2 weeks, 4/15/20. D.M. Mini Storage, Oostburg, WI 920-564-3298. Run: April 2, 2020 WNAXLP


BID NOTICE Sealed bids for the NEIGHBOORHOOD STREET RECONSTRUCTION project in Village of Weston , Wisconsin, will be received until 3:00PM on 4/7/2020 at the office of the Director of Public Works of the Village of Weston, 5500 Schofield Avenue, Weston, WI 54476, at which time the bids will be publicly opened. The project consists of reconstruction of the existing roadway including the addition of sidewalks to meet the Village's current standards. Existing sanitary sewer, water main, utility services, and storm sewer will be replaced. A new underdrain / ditch overflow system is proposed throughout the neighborhood. Bid security shall be furnished in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. Bids will be accepted only from Bidders prequalified by the Owner. Contact Tonia Westphal, PE, 715-845-1333 for information regarding this project or prequalification requirements. The Village of Weston 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 Village of Weston. No bid shall be considered unless submitted on the Official Proposal Form. A mandatory pre-bid conference is scheduled for Monday, March 30th at 3:00 PM. The meeting will take place at 5500 Schofield Avenue, Weston, WI 54476. Construction bidding documents (drawings, specification, and addenda) may be obtained for a download delivery fee of $25.00 as electronic files (in PDF format) from Clark Dietz, Inc. Go to www.clarkdietz.com, click on the "Bidding Documents" icon located at the top of the page, and then select "browse projects" to find the above project. New members can complete a free "Regular" membership registration to QuestCDN. If you have any questions regarding the registration or the download process, please contact the Owner's Representative. Run: March 17, 24, 2020 WNAXLP


Bid Notice Town of Freedom Fire / EMS Station Project: Ground up for the Town of Freedom located at the northeast corner of Schmidt Rd & County Road E Freedom, WI 54913 Owner: Town of Freedom, W2004 County Road S Freedom, WI 54131 Bids To: Owner Bids Due: Accepting separate sealed bid proposals for the following divisions of work: Earthwork, Hot Mix Asphalt Paving, Landscaping and Seeding, Fencing, Cast in place Concrete, Structural Precast Concrete, Masonry, Carpentry, Building Insulation, Metal Fabrication, Aluminum Entrances, Storefronts, and Windows, Sectional Overhead Doors, Plaster, Plaster Board, and Patching, Flooring, Cabinets and Millwork, Acoustical Panel Ceiling, Painting and Finishing, Metal Building Systems, Plumbing, HVAC, Plymovent System, Electrical, Lockers, Flag Pole, Signage, Epoxy Flooring, Hose Drying Hoist. Sealed bid proposals will be received by mail until 5:00 pm Monday, April 13, 2020. Mail to: Town of Freedom Attn: Colleen Laha Town Clerk; W2004 County Road S PO Box 1007 Freedom, WI 54131. Sealed Bids may also be hand delivered on Tuesday April 14th between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM, at the Town Hall located at W2004 County Road S PO Box 1007 Freedom, WI 54131. Bids may not be transmitted via fax machine. Bid Opening: Bids will be publicly opened at Freedom Town Hall, W2004 County Road S PO Box 1007 Freedom, WI 54131, at approximately 2:00 pm. on Tuesday, April 14th 2020. Delivery: Request for bids. Architect/Construction Manager: Keller, Inc., N216 Road 55, Kaukauna, WI 54130. Plans Available: Plans and Specs will be available on March 30th, 2020 at BluePrint Solutions Online Plan Room; www.blueprintfdl.bid Phone (920) 922-3592, 78 North Main Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935. Plans and Specs can be downloaded for FREE. Prevailing Wages: Not Required. Bid Bond: A 10% Bid Bond or certified check is required with the bid payable to the Town of Freedom Performance Bond: 100% Required Payment Bond: 100% Required Qualification Statement: Bidders shall submit a Contractor Proof of Responsibility form provided in the specifications to the Town of Freedom at least (5) Calendar days prior to Bid date. Submit form to: Town of Freedom, Attn: Colleen Laha Town Clerk, W2004 County Road S PO Box 1007 Freedom, WI 54131. Schedule: Project is anticipated to start in May of 2020 and be substantially complete by December, 2020. Notes: The low responsive, responsible bidder will be recommended for contract award. Owner reserves the right to reject any bid, to waive informalities in bid or to accept bid which will be in the best interest of the Owner. Bids shall remain open to acceptance for a period of 30 days after bid due date. Project Scope: In general the project consists of an approximate 15,722 sq. ft. new Fire / EMS Station. Project consists of the following divisions of work: Earthwork, Hot Mix Asphalt Paving, Landscaping and Seeding, Fencing, Cast in place Concrete, Structural Precast Concrete, Masonry, Carpentry, Building Insulation, Metal Fabrication, Aluminum Entrances, Storefronts, and Windows, Sectional Overhead Doors, Plaster, Plaster Board, and Patching, Flooring, Cabinets and Millwork, Acoustical Panel Ceiling, Painting and Finishing, Metal Building Systems, Plumbing, HVAC, Plymovent System, Electrical, Lockers, Flag Pole, Signage, Epoxy Flooring, Hose Drying Hoist. Run: March 15, 24, 2020 WNAXLP


Bid Notice Town of Franklin Manitowoc County 14134 Taus Road, Reedsville, Wi 54230 Hot Mix Paving HM 1-20 Hillcrest Road from Madson Road to County Highway T. Bid for pulverizing the existing asphalt pavement, fine grade, water and compact the pulverized base course and construct a two course, 3" (inch) compacted average depth roadway. Bidder is responsible for all distance calculations. Bidder to confer with Highway Superintendent for bid details. HM 2-20 Palm Grove Road from Hampton Lake Road, east for one half mile. Bid for pulverizing the existing asphalt pavement, fine grade, water and compact the pulverized base course and construct a two course, 3" (inch) compacted average depth roadway. Bidder is responsible for all distance calculations. Bidder to confer with Highway Superintendent for bid details. Bids to reflect each project by number and list material specifications and cost for each project individually. The Town of Franklin reserves the right to reject any or all bids. For information and bidding specifications contact Matt Bubolz, Town of Franklin Highway Department. 14134 Taus Road Reedsville, Wi. 54230 920-732-3337 or 920-901-4777 Bids must be submitted by April 10, 2020, at 3:00 PM. Bids to be opened April 14 th at 7:15 PM, winning bidders to be awarded later by notification. Any or all bids may be refused or rejected. JLK 3-18-2020 Run: Mar. 25, 2020 WNAXLP


BIDS FOR CULVERT Town of Morrison, Brown County is accepting bids for a Culvert replacement; Please submit sealed bids for a 3 ft x 48 ft culvert to be located on Kings Rd in the Town of Morrison- remove existing culvert, lower new culvert, wedge & chip seal For questions, more information, please contact the Town Chairman Tom Kempen at 920-858-9114; Bidders must be pre-qualified in all areas bid. Qualified sealed bids are due by 5:00 p.m. April 13, 2020. Bids will be opened at the April 14, 2020 monthly Town of Morrison Board meeting. Mail or hand deliver bids to Town Chairman, Tom Kempen at 6968 Pleasantview Rd Greenleaf, WI. The Town has the right to accept or reject any or all bids. March 30 & April 6, 2020 Run: March 30, 2020, April 06, 2020 WNAXLP


BIDS WANTED The Town of Brighton, Marathon County is now accepting bids for: (1) 6,750 ton, more or less, of DOT Grade 3 material not to exceed 5/8" in diameter to be delivered anywhere in the Township of Brighton. (2) 6,750 ton, more or less, of Halder type decomposed road surfacing material to be delivered anywhere in the Town of Brighton. (3) Material to be delivered within 10 days of initial request. (4) A minimum of 6 trucks will be required (5) The bid term is between April 17, 2020 to April 09, 2021 The Town Board will inspect and has the right to reject any or all road surfacing material. The Town has the right to reject all bids. For more information contact Mark Krause, Chairman, 103961 Century Road, Spencer, WI 54479. Phone 715-659-5372. A certificate of insurance is required. Please include one with your bid. All bids will be opened at 8:00 p.m. on April 16, 2020 at the Brighton Town Hall, 102091 Town Hall Road. Run: March 23, 24, 25, 2020 WNAXLP


BIDS WANTED OFFICIAL CITY NEWSPAPER Sealed bids will be received at the office of the undersigned until the 1st day of May 2020, at 12:00 o'clock noon for proposals to publish City of Neenah: (a) Council Proceedings (b) City advertising respectively for the ensuing year. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin, this 1st day of April 2020. Patty Sturn City Clerk Run: April 1, 2020 WNAXLP


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CANCELLATION PUBLIC HEARING Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the April 6, 2020 Public Hearing to be conducted at the Winnebago County Administrative Building at 112 Otter Ave. Oshkosh, WI and conducted before the Winnebago County Industrial Development Board in regard to the application for Community Development Block Grant Close Public Facilities Program (CDBG-CL-PF) funding has been cancelled. The Public Hearing will be rescheduled at a later date to be determined and if such date is scheduled, the Public Hearing will be posted in the Oshkosh Northwestern and the Winnebago County Clerks office. Run: March 31, 2020 WNAXLP


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CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Legislative Chambers 160 S Macy Street February 26, 2020 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER: Roll Call Present: Daniel Degner, Ben Giles, Alicia Hans, Brian Kolstad, Karyn Merkel, Kay Miller, Donna Richards Absent: None CONSENT AGENDA February 12, 2020 Minutes List Of Claims Dated February 19, 2020 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve the consent agenda and seconded by Ben Giles, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Merkel, Miller, Richards ACTION ITEMS Resolution No. 8863 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve Resolution No. 8863 approving the release of a Public Utility Easement in the area of 770 West Johnson Street and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Merkel, Miller, Richards Alternative Master Plan for Lakeside Park Implementation and Strategy A motion was made by Kay Miller to postpone rehab on the current pavilion until the feasibility study is completed and seconded by Karyn Merkel and the motion Failed. Ayes: Brian Kolstad, Karyn Merkel, Kay Miller Nays: Daniel Degner, Ben Giles, Alicia Hans, Donna Richards A Motion was made by Alicia Hans to authorize development of the concepts to renovate the pavilion and seconded by Ben Giles, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Richards Nays: Merkel, Miller ADJOURN A Motion was made by Kay Miller to adjourn at 8:00 p.m. and seconded by Daniel Degner, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Merkel, Miller, Richards Margaret Hefter, City Clerk March 15, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN Legislative Chambers 160 S Macy Street March 11, 2020 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER Roll Call Present: Daniel Degner, Ben Giles, Alicia Hans, Brian Kolstad, Kay Miller, Donna Richards Absent: Karyn Merkel CONSENT AGENDA February 26, 2020 Regular Council Minutes List Of Claims Dated March 4, 2020 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve the consent agenda and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Absent: Merkel ACTION ITEMS Denial of Claim Lois Zimmer A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve denial of claim for Lois Zimmer and seconded by Alicia Hans, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Absent: Merkel Resolution No. 8864 A Motion was made by Ben Giles to approve Resolution No. 8864 adopting the Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin Hazard Mitigation Plan 2019-2024 and seconded by Kay Miller, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Absent: Merkel Resolution No. 8865 A Motion was made by Daniel Degner to approve Resolution No. 8865 making appointments to the Board of Appeals and Plan Commission and seconded by Donna Richards, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Absent: Merkel ADJOURN A Motion was made by Kay Miller to adjourn at 7:34 p.m. and seconded by Daniel Degner, and the motion was Passed. Ayes: Degner, Giles, Hans, Kolstad, Miller, Richards Absent: Merkel Margaret Hefter, City Clerk Run: March 29, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF ALGOMA, COUNTY OF KEWAUNEE STATE OF WISCONSIN COMMON COUNCIL OFFICE OF THE MAYOR PROCLAMATION NO. 2020-02 A PROCLAMATION DECLARING AN EMERGENCY IN THE CITY OF ALGOMA WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, the State of Wisconsin, by Governor Tony Evers, proclaimed by Executive Order #72 that a public health emergency, as defined in Wis. Stat. § 323.02(16), exists for the State of Wisconsin; WHEREAS, Governor Evers has designated the Department of Health Services as the lead agency to respond to the public health emergency and has directed the Department of Health Services to take all necessary and appropriate measures to prevent and respond to incidents of COVID-19 in the State; WHEREAS, on March 17, 2020, the Department of Health Services Secretary Andrea Palm issued Emergency Order #5 under the authority of Wis. Stat. § 252.02(3) prohibiting "mass gatherings" which will remain in effect for the duration of the public health emergency declared in Governor Evers' Executive Order #72, unless otherwise ordered by the Department of Health and Services; WHEREAS, "mass gathering" is defined as any planned or spontaneous, public or private event or convening that will bring together or is likely to bring together ten (10) or more people in a single room or single confined or enclosed space at the same time; WHEREAS, Emergency Order #5 exempts, among others, local government facilities, including government service centers, from the prohibition of "mass gatherings"; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the City of Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, by this proclamation, the Mayor of the City of Algoma, resolves and orders as follows: 1. A public health emergency is declared as existing within the City of Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin as a result of the COVID-19 disease which presents an imminent threat that may impair transportation, food or fuel supplies, medical care, or other critical systems of our local government. 2. The City of Algoma will seek to enforce the prohibition of mass gatherings as dictated by the Department of Health Services and State of Wisconsin. 3. The Mayor, or the City Administrator, shall have the authority to order whatever further measures deemed necessary and expedient for the health, safety, welfare, and good order of the City of Algoma during the emergency, including without limitation the power to bar, restrict, and remove unnecessary traffic, vehicular or pedestrian, and public gatherings, from public places. 4. The period of emergency shall be limited to the time during which the emergency conditions exist or are likely to exist in the City of Algoma. 5. Any person who violates a lawful order of the Mayor, or its administrator made under this emergency declaration shall be subject to a forfeiture of $100 or, in default of payment of the forfeiture, shall be subject to imprisonment for six (6) months for each separate offense. 6. The City Clerk shall publish this proclamation under Wis. Stat. sec. 60.80 in the local newspaper. A formal resolution affirming this proclamation will be considered by the Council at a future meeting. Signed this 23rd day of March, 2020 by Wayne R. Schmidt, Mayor of the City of Algoma. Run: March 25, 2020 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 April 7, 2020 Spring Election at the respective dates and locations: CITY OF APPLETON OUTAGAMIE COUNTY Tuesday, March 31st - 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 31st - 10:00 a.m. City Hall Office of the Outagamie County Clerk 100 North Appleton Street Room 2A Appleton, WI 54911 320 S. Walnut Street Appleton, WI 54911 This test is open to the general public. Done on this 26th day of March, 2020 Kami Lynch, City of Appleton Clerk Run: March 28, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, March 18, 2020 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Hanna at 7:01 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Spears C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Present: 12 Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Timothy Hanna Excused: 4 --Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS City Attorney Walsh, Deputy City Attorney Behrens, City Clerk Lynch, Director of Finance Saucerman, Fire Chief Hansen, Health Officer Eggebrecht, Director of Human Resources Matz, Director of Parks, Recreation & Facilities Gazza, Police Chief Thomas, and Director of Public Works Vandehey. The following were excused: Community & Economic Development Information Technology Library Utilities Valley Transit G. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 20-0411 Common Council Meeting Minutes of March 4, 2020 Attachments: CC Minutes 3-4-20.pdf Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Spears, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 -Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 4 -Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna H. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR F. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION I. PUBLIC HEARINGS 20-0407 Public Hearing for Zoning Text Amendments Attachments: PublicHearingNotice_ZOTextAmendments_2020_UPDATED.pdf The public hearing was held, no one spoke during the hearing. J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY 20-0281 Resolution #2-R-20, designating the month of May, 2020 as No Mow May. Resolution #2-R-20-No Mow May.pdf Resolution #2-R-20-Citizen Comments.pdf Issues to address for Municipal Services Committee.pdf Attachments: Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Croatt that the Report Action Item be held. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 1 - Alderperson Christine Williams Excused: Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson 19-1184 Resolution #10-R-19 Beekeeping Permit Process Change #10-R-19 Beekeeping Permit Process Changes.pdf Current - Residential Bee Keeping Permit Requirements.pdf Proposed - Residential Apiary Permit Requirements .pdf Current - Residential Apiary Permit Application .pdf Proposed - Residential Apiary Permit Application .pdf Attachments: Alderperson Meltzer moved, seconded by Alderperson Spears, that the Report Action Item be held. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 4 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson KatieVan Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna 19-1886 R/B-Request to rescind approval for "The Collective" sculpture within the E. College Avenue and N. Catherine Street right-of-way. Attachments: The Collective log of public dialogue-.pdf Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Spears to Hold this time. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 6- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis Nay: 5-Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears and Alderperson Kyle Lobner Excused: 4- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna 20-0374 Resolution #4-R-20 Hmong Deportation Attachments: #4-R-20 Hmong Deportation .pdf Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Meltzer, that the Report Action Item be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 4- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna 20-0375 Resolution #6-R-20 Purple Heart City Attachments: #6-R-20 Purple Heart City.pdf Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the Report Action Item be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11 - Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 4 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna 20-0354 Request to award Heartland Business Solutions the contract to purchase and implement a new Audio Visual (AV) system for Fire and Police. The amount requested is $89,628.50 with a 10.4% contingency for a total of $100,000. Attachments: AFD - APD AV Memo.pdf Alderperson Spears moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the Report Action Item be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 4 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 2 - Alderperson Chris Croatt and Mayor Timothy Hanna 20-0355 Request to award Heartland Business Solutions the contract to purchase and implement a new Audio Visual (AV) system for Council Chambers. The amount requested is $89,937.81 with a 10% contingency for a total of $100,000. Attachments: Council Chambers AV Memo.pdf Alderperson Spears moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the Report Action Item be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 10 - Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 4- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 2 - Alderperson Chris Croatt and Mayor Timothy Hanna L. COMMITTEE REPORTS Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Lobner moved, Alderperson Coenen seconded, to approve the balance of the agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 11- Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis Excused: 4- Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 20-0360 Request from two business owners to convert two 2-hour meters (CAW 608 and CAW 610) to 30-minute "red head" meters on the north side of the 600 West block of College Avenue be approved. Request to convert two 2 hr meters to 30 min meters CAW 608 & CAW 610.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0364 Request from Jake Viane of Bard Media for a permanent street occupancy permit to install a timelapse camera on a city-owned street light pole at 820 W. College Avenue to capture the construction project at 825 W. College Avenue be approved. Attachments: Permanent Street Occupancy 825 W College Ave.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0366 Preliminary Resolution 2-P-20 for Concrete Pavement, Driveway Aprons and Sidewalk Construction be adopted and refer the matter to the Finance Committee to determine the assessment rate. Attachments: Resolution 2-P-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0367 Approve parking restriction changes on Capitol Drive near Classical Charter School (Follow-up to six month trial period). Attachments: Parking changes Capital Drive-Classical Charter School.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0369 Approve parking restriction changes on the 900 block of E. Commercial Street (Follow-up to six month trial period). Attachments: Parking changes 900 block of E. Commerical Street.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0370 Approve parking restriction changes on Spencer Street, between Story Street and Pierce Avenue (Follow-up to six month trial period). Attachments: Parking changes Spencer St between Story St & Pierce Ave.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0372 Approve parking restriction changes on W. Packard Street, between Outagamie Street and Badger Avenue (Follow-up to six month trial period). Attachments: Parking changes W. Packard St-Outagamie St to Badger Ave.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0373 Approve parking restriction changes on Durkee Street near Classical Charter School (Follow-up to six month trial period). Attachments: Parking changes Durkee St Classical Charter School.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0376 Approve installation of STOP signs on Durkee Street at Brewster Street (Follow-up to six month trial period). Attachments: Intersection traffic control Brewster St & Durkee St.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0377 Approve installation of STOP signs on Jarchow Street at Marquette Street (Follow-up to six month trial period). Attachments: Intersection traffic control Marquette St & Jarchow St.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0378 Approve permanent street occupancy permit request for monument signage and landscaping in the Peregrine Boulevard terrace area contingent upon the following: *City installs and maintains all terrace trees. *Developer installs and maintains monument signs and landscaping. *City has no liability of any plant or monument sign damage due to plowing or any other public works related services. *$40 permit fee *Certificate of Insurance Attachments: Permanent Street Occupancy Peregrine Boulevard.pdf 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 20-0391 Request to authorize the City Clerk as the Designated Municipal Official to Issue Operator's Licenses, Pursuant to 2019 Wis. Act 166 Designating City Clerk as the Municpal Offical to Issue Operator Licenses.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0345 Appleton Police Department received $22,902.92 in funding through Octoberfest for the purchase of the Autovu 2 Camera System. Attachments: Octoberfest Notice to Accept Funds.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0309 Temporary Premise Amendment application for Sangria's Mexican Grill, Sarah Gregory, Agent, located at 215 S Memorial Dr, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: Sangrias Mexican Grill 2020.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0310 Class "B" Beer and "Class C" Wine application for Miss Brown's Fine Foods II LLC d/b/a Miss Brown's Fine Food II, Donnahugh (Phill) Brown, Agent, located at 400 N. Richmond St Ste G, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: Miss Brown's Fine Foods II.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0325 "Class B" Liquor and Class "B" Beer License application for Asian Thai 2 Inc d/b/a Asian Thai, Rong Zhang, Agent, located at 201 W. Northland Ave, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: Asian Thai.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0337 Class "B" Beer License application for Breakout Green Bay LLC d/b/a Appleton Axe, Patrick Van Abel, Agent, located at 1400 W College Ave, contingent upon approval from all departments. Attachments: Appleton Axe.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0390 Operator Licenses Attachments: 3-11-2020.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 20-0240 Request to approve proposed text amendments to Chapter 23 Zoning Ordinance of the Municipal Code relating to Sec. 23-21 Purpose, Sec. 23-22 Words and Terms Defined, Sec. 23-35 Transition Rules, Sec. 23-42 Nonconforming Buildings, Structures, Uses and Lots, Sec. 23-44 Fences and Walls, Sec. 23-50 Dimensional Exceptions and Modifications, Sec. 23-63 Board of Appeals, Sec. 23-65 Zoning Amendments, Sec. 23-66 Special Use Permits, Sec. 23-67 Variances, Sec. 23-91 AG Agricultural District, Sec. 23-92 R-1A Single-Family District, Sec. 23-93 R-1B Single-Family District, Sec. 23-94 R-1C Central City Residential District, Sec. 23-95 R-2 Two-Family District, Sec. 23-96 R-3 Multifamily District, Sec. 23-112 C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District, Sec. 23-113 C-2 General Commercial District, Sec. 23-114 CBD Central Business District, Sec. 23-131 M-1 Industrial Park District, Sec. 23-132 M-2 General Industrial District, Sec. 23-172 Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards, Sec. 23-422 Special Use Permit Requirements, Sec. 23-570 Site Plan Review and Approval, and Sec. 23-601 Landscaping and Screening Standards, as identified in the attached document StaffReport_TextAmendment_2020Bundle_For02-25-20.pdf EmailsSubmittedAtPCMtg_ProposedDistilleryRegs_ZoningCode.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 20-0413 Request to approve changes to Sec. 2-29(a) Alderperson absence; participation electronically, of the Appleton Municipal Code Attachments: AMEND058 Redlined.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0414 Request to repeal Sec. 2-561 of the Appleton Municipal Code re: Authority of City Clerk regarding elections. Attachments: AMEND059.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0415 Request the approval of Mayor's Proclamation Declaring a State of Emergency pursuant to Ch. 323, Wis. Stats. Attachments: COVID-19 Proclamation.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0347 CEA Review Committee Report Attachments: CEA MeetingMinutes04-Mar-2020-03-22-35.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0348 Request to approve the following 2020 Budget adjustment: Police Grants Fund Equipment +$22,903 Local Grants +$22,903 to record receipt of Octoberfest grant to purchase Automatic License Plate Recognition equipment Attachments: Finance Committee Plate Recognition Grant.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0349 Request to approve Resolution #0202-02 Sales Tax Shared Revenue #2020-02 County Sales Tax Resolution.pdf Sales Tax Revenue Sharing Correspondence 2019.pdf County Sales Tax Municipal FAQ.PDF Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0350 Request to award the City of Appleton 2020 Park Pavilion HVAC Upgrades contract to J.F. Ahern Co in the amount of $68,900 with a contingency of $1,100 for a project total not to exceed $70,000 Attachments: 2020 Park Pavilion HVAC Upgrades.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0351 Request to award the City of Appleton 2020 Fire Station #5 HVAC Upgrades contract to Sure-Fire, Inc in the amount of $37,525 with a contingency of $5,000 for a project total not to exceed $42,525 Attachments: 2020 Fire Station #5 HVAC Upgrades.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0361 Request to approve the 2019-2020 Budget carryover appropriations: 1. Items not under contract $9,143,149 2. Items requesting Special Consideration $323,353 2019-20 Not Under Contract Carryover List.pdf 2019-20 Special Consideration Carryover List.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. Request to approve the following 2019 Budget adjustments: Community Development Block Grant Fund Grant Payments +$45,000 Federal Grants +$45,000 to record additional grant proceeds and related expenditures (2/3 vote of Council required) Emergency Housing and Homeless Grant Fund Grant Payments +$38,253 State Grants +$24,012 Fund Balance - $14,241 to record additional grant proceeds and related expenditures (2/3 vote of Council required) Police Grants Fund Federal Grants +$ 447 State Grants +$38,825 Salaries +$38,059 Supplies +$ 684 Equipment +$ 529 to record additional grant proceeds and related expenditures (2/3 vote of Council required) TIF 8 Capital Projects Fund Other Contracts/Obligations +$77,100 Fund Balance - $77,100 to provide funding for developer payments in excess of budget (2/3 vote of Council required) Information Technology Capital Projects Fund Transfer Out - Facilities Capital Projects Fund +$115,216 Fund Balance +$115,216 Facilities Capital Projects Fund Transfer In - Information Technology Capital Projects Fund +$115,216 Fund Balance +$115,216 to transfer remaining proceeds from the 2017 G.O. Note borrowing from the IT Capital Projects fund to the Facilities Capital Projects Fund in order to meet spend down requirements (2/3 vote of Council required) Attachments: 2019 Final Budget adjustments_.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0371 Request to approve the following 2020 Budget adjustment: Stormwater Utility Stormwater Utility Fund Balance - $10,000 Stormwater Capital Projects Fund +$10,000 to allocate in-lieu of funds set aside for stormwater management Attachments: Stormwater Budget Adj.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0382 Request to approve Finance Committee Report 1-P-20 for Sanitary Laterals, Storm Laterals and Storm Main Attachments: Report 1-P-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0383 Request to approve Finance Committee Report 2-P-20 for Concrete Pavement, Sidewalk Construction and Driveway Aprons Attachments: Report 2-P-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 20-0331 Request to approve the REVISED 2020-2021PY Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding as specified in the attached community partner allocation recommendations Alloc Recs Memo to CEDC Final Award 03-11-2020.pdf Alloc Recs Memo to CEDC 11-5-19.pdf REVISED 2020 CDBG Community Partner & Simple Summary Recommendations.pdf REVISED 2020 CDBG Simple Summary Recommendations.pdf 2020 CDBG Affordable Housing Project Recommendations.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 20-0336 Award Contract for Asbestos and Hazardous Materials Abatement to Asbestos Removal Inc. for an amount not to exceed $39,986. Attachments: Lake Station Hazardous Materials Contract 03-03-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0380 Preliminary Resolution 1-P-20 for Sanitary Laterals, Storm Laterals and Storm Main be adopted and refer the matter to the Finance Committee to determine the assessment rate. Attachments: Resolution 1-P-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0386 Award America's Water Infrastructure Act Project to AECOM in the amount of $43,500 with a 15% contingency of $6,525 and total cost not to exceed $50,025. Attachments: utilities memo - AWIA RRA Memo 03-06-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 8. MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 20-0358 Request approval to over hire a Master Electrician in the Department of Public Works for approximately 30 days with an estimated fiscal impact of $8,400. Attachments: DPW Overhire Master Electrician 3-11-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0384 Request approval to over hire a Health Officer in the Health Department for approximately 30 days with an estimated fiscal impact of $12,000. Attachments: Health Officer over hire.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 20-0109 Request to approve proposed changes to the Art in Public Places Policy as identified in the attached revised policy Memo to CEDC_Revised APAC Policy_February 2020.pdf StaffReport_Revised Art in Public Places Policy_For2-4-20.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. O. ORDINANCES 20-0406 Ordinances 18-20 to 57-20 Regarding Zoning Ordinances 58-20 and 59-20 Ordinance 60-20 Ratification of Declaration of Emergency Ordinances 18-20 to 57-20 for 3-18-2020 CC.pdf Ordinances 58-20 and 59-20 for 3-18-2020 CC.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. P. LICENSE APPLICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION Q. RESOLUTIONS SUBMITTED BY ALDERPERSONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION R. OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS 20-0412 Recognition of Service of Alderperson Christopher Croatt This item will be taken up at a future meeting. S. ADJOURN Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the meeting be adjourned at 8:11 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 12 Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Timothy Hanna Excused: 4 - Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland and Alderperson Alex Schultz Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: Apr. 6,, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Appleton Meeting Minutes - Final Common Council Wednesday, March 4, 2020 7:00 PM Council Chambers A. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by Mayor Hanna at 7:00 p.m. B. INVOCATION The Invocation was offered by Alderperson Croatt. C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG D. ROLL CALL OF ALDERPERSONS Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Timothy Hanna Present: 15 - Excused: 1 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland E. ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS City Attorney Walsh, Deputy City Attorney Behrens, City Clerk Lynch, Director of Community & Economic Development Harkness, Director of Finance Saucerman, Fire Chief Hansen, Health Officer Eggebrecht, Director of Human Resources Matz, Director of Information Technology Fox, Director of Parks, Recreation & Facilities Gazza, Police Chief Thomas, Director of Public Works Vandehey, Director of Utilities Shaw, Valley Transit General Manager Mc Donald The following departments were excused: Library Information Technology Human Resources F. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 20-0318 Common Council Meeting Minutes of February 19, 2020 Attachments: CC Minutes 2-19-20.pdf Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Coenen, that the Minutes be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: City of Appleton Page 1 Common Council Meeting Minutes - Final March 4, 2020 Aye: Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis 14 - Excused: 1 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna G. BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR 20-0333 Presentation of a check from M. A. T. C. H. (Making Appleton Tennis Courts Happen) The check was presented. 20-0311 Historic Preservation Commission Appointments Attachments: Hist Pres. Reappointments REV.pdf Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Schultz, that the Appointments be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis 14 - Excused: 1 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna H. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION Bill Weitzel, 2800 Schaefer Circle spoke on Item 20-0238, Special Use Permit I. PUBLIC HEARINGS 20-0321 Public Hearing for Rezoning #13-19 E. Glenhurst Lane Attachments: ClassIIPublicHearingNoticeNewspaper_Glenhurst_Rezoning.pdf The public hearing was held, no one spoke during the hearing. 20-0322 Public Hearing on Amending the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Plan #3-19 Attachments: PublicHearing_CPA E Glenhurst Lane.pdf The public hearing was held, no one spoke during the hearing. J. SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS K. ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY 20-0305 Resolution introduced by Alderperson Meltzer-District 2, Alderperson Firkus -District 3, Alderperson Martin -District 4, Alderperson Van Zeeland-District 5, Alderperson Fenton -District 6, Alderperson Thao -District 7, Alderperson Schultz -District 9, Alderperson Williams -District 10, Alderperson Coenen -District 11, Alderperson Spears -District 12, Alderperson Lobner -District 13, Alderperson Croatt -District 14, Alderperson Otis-District 15 at the February 19, 2020 Common Council meeting relating to redistricting legislative districts at its next session following federal census: #3-R-20 WHEREAS the Wisconsin State Legislature is directed to redistrict legislative districts at its next session following each federal census. AND WHEREAS the goal of redistricting should be the creation of fair maps, not partisan gain. AND WHEREAS transparency is necessary in executing any governmental responsibility. AND WHEREAS on April 3, 2018, Outagamie County held an advisory referendum in which 72% of the voters supported a nonpartisan redistricting process. AND WHEREAS a January 2019 Marquette University Law School poll showed that 72% of respondents supported having a nonpartisan commission draw the maps. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Appleton Common Council supports a transparent non-partisan redistricting process for the State of Wisconsin. Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that the Resolution be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis 13 - Nay: 1 - Alderperson Matt Reed Excused: 1 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna 20-0293 Request from Cozzy Corner (111 N. Walnut Street) for a permanent street occupancy permit to place their two dumpsters in the Johnston Street right-of-way blocking the sidewalk. Attachments: Cozzy Corner permanent street occupancy.pdf Alderperson Croatt moved, seconded by Alderperson Lobner, that recommendation to deny the request be approved. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis 14 - Excused: 1 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna L. COMMITTEE REPORTS Balance of the action items on the agenda. Alderperson Croatt moved, Alderperson Lobner seconded, to approve the balance of the agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt and Alderperson Corey Otis 14 - Excused: 1 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland Abstained: 1 - Mayor Timothy Hanna 1. MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 20-0280 Request from FORE Development to convert two metered parking stalls on the east side of S. Morrison Street to designated parking only for the financial institution that will be located on the first floor of Gabriel Lofts, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, be approved until such time Morrison Street is reconstructed. At that time, alternative locations to be considered. Attachments: FORE Development-metered parking stalls.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0282 Award contract for 2020 Bridge Inspections to Westbrook Associated Engineers, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $30,000. Attachments: Contract for 2020 Bridge Inspections-Westbrook Ass. Eng.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0285 Award Contract for 2020 Bridge Dive Inspections to Collins Engineers, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $36,098.25. Attachments: Contract for 2020 Bridge Dive Inspections.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0289 Request from OMNNI Associates for a permanent street occupancy permit to install two (2) groundwater monitoring wells in Foster Street and Oneida Street for 1725 S. Oneida Street. Attachments: OMNNI Associates permanent street occ.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0298 Request from Casey Bungert for a permanent street occupancy permit for an underground dog fence within the street terrace and sidewalk area at 1011 E. Rustic Road be denied. Attachments: Casey Bungert-1011 E. Rustic Rd.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 2. MINUTES OF THE SAFETY AND LICENSING COMMITTEE 3. MINUTES OF THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION 20-0093 Request to approve Comprehensive Plan 2010-2030 Future Land Use Map Amendment #3-19 for the subject parcels generally located on East Glenhurst Lane, west of North Lightning Drive (Tax Id #31-1-6501-03 and #31-1-6501-04) from future Multi-Family Residential land use designation to One and Two-Family Residential land use designation as shown on the attached map and approve the attached Resolution (Associated with Action Item #20-0095) Attachments: StaffReport_Glenhurst_CompPlan+Rezoning_For1-21-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0095 Request to approve Rezoning #13-19 to rezone the subject parcels generally located on East Glenhurst Lane, west of North Lightning Drive (Tax Id #31-1-6501-03 and #31-1-6501-04), including all of the adjacent one-half right-of-way of East Glenhurst Lane and North Lightning Drive, as shown on the attached maps, from C-O Commercial Office District to R-1B Single-Family District (Associated with Action Item #20-0093) Attachments: StaffReport_Glenhurst_CompPlan+Rezoning_For1-21-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0238 Request to approve Special Use Permit #1-20 for a restaurant and sidewalk cafe with alcohol sales and service located at 500 West College Avenue (Tax Id #31-5-1070-00), 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_ACOCACoffee_SUP_For02-25-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0241 Request to approve the dedication of land for public right-of-way for a portion of West Lawrence Street and a portion of South Appleton Street, generally located south and east of their intersection (part of Tax Id #31-2-0142-00), as shown on the attached maps Attachments: StaffReport_LawrenceStAppletonSt_StreetDedication_For02-25-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 4. MINUTES OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE 20-0270 Request Approval of the Updated Recreation Program Fee Policy Attachments: Recreation Program Fee Policy Request.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 5. MINUTES OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 19-1586 Request authorization to engage outside counsel for assistance with current labor negotiations The recommendation to deny was approved. 20-0277 Request approval of Pre-Annexation Agreement regarding Plamann Park between Outagamie County and the City of Appleton, contingent on County approval Plamann Park - Pre Annexaton Agreement - City - CLEAN 02-12-2020.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0299 Request to award Unit B-20 Asphalt Paving to Vinton Construction Company in the amount of $2,395,748 with a 1.8% contingency of $42,000 for a project total not to exceed $2,437,748 Attachments: Award of Contract Unit B-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0300 Request to award Unit H-20 Spartan Drive area Utilities, Grade and Gravel, and Stormwater Ponds to MCC, Inc in the amount of $968,523 with a 6.5% contingency of $62,949 for a project total not to exceed $1,031,472 Attachments: Award of Contract Unit H-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0301 Request to award Unit Y-20 Newberry Street Sewer & Water Reconstruction No. 2 to PTS Contractors, Inc in the amount of $2,535,221 with a 4% contingency of $101,409 for a project total not to exceed $2,636,630 Attachments: Award of Contract Unit Y-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0302 Request to award Unit Z-20 Ballard Road Water Reconstruction to Advance Construction in the amount of $1,108,331 with a 4% contingency of $44,333 for a project total not to exceed $1,152,664 Attachments: Award of Contract Unit Z-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 6. MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 20-0265 Request to approve the City of Appleton maintain its current selling prices for business/industrial park land and adjust option fees as described in the attached documents Business-Industrial Park Land Value Memo_2-5-20.pdf Exhibit A-Ind Land Sales Comparison.pdf Exhibit B-Ind Land Asking Price Comparison.pdf Southpoint Commerce Park Map.pdf NE Business Park Map.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 7. MINUTES OF THE UTILITIES COMMITTEE 20-0222 Request to calculate Stormwater Utility bill for parcel 31-1-9221-00 (7500 N. Purdy Parkway) by creating a residential area and a non-residential area as shown on the attached map. Attachments: Stormwater Utility Bill for 7500 N. Purdy Parkway.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0231 Approve 2019 Annual Stormwater Report to WDNR Attachments: 2019 MS4 Annual report to UC w attachments.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0242 Award single source 2020E Spartan Drive Stormwater Ponds and Roadway Construction Related Services Contract to Brown & Caldwell, in an amount not to exceed $43,900. Brown Caldwell 2020E Spartan Ponds and Roadway CRS Contract Util Memo FINAL 02-18-2020.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0263 Award Engineering Services Contract for the Ridgeway Tower Recoating Project to Strand Associates, Inc., in the amount of $41,900 and a 10% contingency of $4,200 for a project total not to exceed $46,100. Attachments: Ridgeway Tower Engineering Award 0219-20.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0266 Approve Updates to Municipal Code Chapter 20, Article VII, Illicit Discharges and Connections, specifically: a. Section 20-401 relating to definitions b. Section 20-412 relating to allowed discharges c. Section 20-423 relating to requirement to prevent, control and reduce stormwater pollutants by the use of best management practices d. Section 20-433 relating to Notice of Violation 2020 IDDE Ord Update Util Memo.pdf 2020 IDDE Ordinance changes.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0269 Award of Single Source Contract with NES Ecological Services for 2020 Wetland Delineation Services in an amount not to exceed $22,778.55. 2020F Wetland Delineations Contract Award Memo Util Cmte final 02-18-2020.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0306 Approve proposed modifications to the Water Leak Policy. Attachments: Water Leak Policy.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0307 Approve proposed modifications to Municipal Code Chapter 20, Article II - Water Utility. Attachments: Municipal Code - Water Utility.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0327 Award AWWTP Filtrate Tank Joint Repair Contract to R-Industries in the amount of $12,400 plus a 15% contingency of $1,860 for a total cost not to exceed $14,260. 200227_UC Memo Filtrate Tank Joint Repair RFQ Work Award Memo.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 20-0328 Award AWWTP Filtrate Tank Piping Repair and Modifications Contract to Great Lakes Mechanical in the amount of $39,969 plus a 7.5% contingency of $3,000 for a total cost not to exceed $42,969. 200227_UC Memo Filtrate Tank Pipe Repair RFQ Work Award Memo.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. MINUTES OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 8. 9. MINUTES OF THE FOX CITIES TRANSIT COMMISSION 20-0114 Transit Development Plan Discussion and Adoption Maps combined.pdf City-of-Appleton-Transit-Development-Plan-2019.pdf Attachments: This Report Action Item was approved. 10. MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH M. CONSOLIDATED ACTION ITEMS N. ITEMS HELD O. ORDINANCES 20-0320 Ordinances 16-20 and 17-20 Attachments: Ords for 3-4-2020 CC.pdf This Report Action Item was approved. LICENSE APPLICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION P. RESOLUTIONS SUBMITTED BY ALDERPERSONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OF JURISDICTION Q. Resolution #4-R-20 Opposing the Deportation of Hmong and Lao Refugees Submitted By: Alderperson Thao, District 7 Co-signers: Fenton, District 6; Van Zeeland, District 5; Meltzer, District 2; Firkus, District 3; Schultz, District 9; Williams, District 10 & Otis, District 15 Date: March 4, 2020 Referred To: Finance Committee WHEREAS, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, on behalf of the Trump Administration, has engaged in discussions with the Lao People's Democratic Republic; and WHEREAS, the State Department is calling on Laos to accept deported U.S. residents; and WHEREAS, Wisconsin is home to over 61,287 Hmong, Lao, Vietnamese, Cambodian and other ethnic minority groups from Laos, many of whom are refugees as a result of the American involvement in the Vietnam War; and WHEREAS, the state of Wisconsin is home to the third largest Hmong population in the United States and the City of Appleton has 3156 Hmong residents, ranking us 4th in the state of Wisconsin by the 2010 Census; and WHEREAS, the Hmong community came to Wisconsin as refugees after fighting alongside US soldiers during the Vietnam War, in order to be rescued from retribution and genocide at the hands of the Communist Laotian government for the role they played in supporting the US fight for freedom and democracy; and WHEREAS, proposed deportations would tear apart families and communities across the state of Wisconsin, harming not just the Hmong community but destabilizing the entire community at large, and subjecting individuals to the threat of imminent death in a foreign country; and WHEREAS, Vietnamese and Cambodian refugees have already been subject to deportation for years and have faced severe hardship and retaliation; and WHEREAS, the Hmong community is a vital inseparable part of our Wisconsin community, and Hmong communities across the state of Wisconsin have picked up the torch in furthering the values and ideas that have forged the state, becoming successful in agriculture and farming, in small businesses and entrepreneurship, and in working hard to support their families and to make the community a better place to live; now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the City of Appleton Common Council opposes efforts by the State Department and Trump Administration to allow for the deportation of Hmong and Lao U.S. residents to the Lao People's Democratic Republic; and, be it further RESOLVED, That the city clerk shall transmit a copy of this resolution to all members of the Wisconsin Congressional delegation, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and President Donald Trump. Resolution #5-R-20 Naming of the Hydroelectric Heritage Trailway (HHT / Hydro) Submitted By: Alderperson Schultz, District 9; Alderperson Martin, District 4 & Alderperson Williams, District 10 Date: March 4, 2020 Referred To: Parks & Recreation Committee WHEREAS, the City of Appleton has long recognized the Fox River as the primary driving force behind its early development and the ongoing desire to showcase the Fox River's rich history of early exploraton, pioneering hydroelectric power generaton, industrial innovatons and even its past exploitaton, by creatng improved access, usability, development, and tourism opportunity, while being sensitve to the ecological and cultural value of this shared resource, and; WHEREAS, establishing a cohesive identty of place is widely recognized as the primary unifying component of existng and/or future informatonal displays and wayfnding programs along the Fox River, essental for driving visitaton to the riverfront and showcasing the historical connectons of our unique hydroelectric history along the expanding river trails system, and; WHEREAS, Chapter 8 of the adopted 2016 Comprehensive Plan; Agriculture, Natural, Historic, and Cultural Resources, recognizes the signifcance of many historic buildings and sites situated along the Fox River corridor, many of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Appleton Woolen Mills, the Appleton Locks Historic Districts, the Hearthstone Historic House Museum, and the Vulcan Street Hydro-Electric Central Staton Replica, all of which have share historical connectons to early hydroelectricity, and furthermore, Chapter 13; Fox River Corridor Plan, specifcally identifies a desire to establish this corridor identty in an efort to "preserve and interpret the cultural, historical, natural, and recreatonal resources of the Fox River corridor" statng that "the riverfront lacks a "sense of place" that could be enhanced through wayfnding, design guidelines, and streetscape enhancements that create a destnaton," and; WHEREAS, the City of Appleton's Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commitee recommends said naming of the riverfront corridor and it trails and connectons, and this proposed naming is endorsed by; Appleton Downtown, Appleton Yacht Club, Appleton Historical Society, Fox Cities Greenways, Fox River Tours, Fox Locks, Fratellos Riverfront Restaurant, Riverview Gardens, Hearthstone Historic House Museum, Historic Fox River Mills, Lawrence University, Paper Discovery Center, Riverheath, and Sculpture Valley, among others, now therefore; BE IT RESOVLED, that the Fox River trails system that lies within the municipal boundaries of the City of Appleton, hereby idefned as those trails which generally run parallel to the Fox River and encompassing a total of 8.3 miles of existng and future trails and connectons including, but not limited to; Alicia Park to Vulcan Heritage Park, Ellen Kort Peace Park to Lawrence University, Lawe Street Trestle to Riverside Cemetery, Telulah Park to Olde Oneida Street, Olde Oneida Street to Memorial Drive, and Edison Trestle to Lawe Street Trestle, further delineated on the trails map marked Exhibit A, be named and henceforth identified as, the Hydroelectric Heritage Trailway. Resolution #6-R-20 Purple Heart City Submitted By: Alderperson Croatt, District 14; Alderperson Otis, District 15, Alderperson Williams, District 10 & Alderperson Siebers, District 1 Date: March 4, 2020 Referred To: Finance Committee WHEREAS, the Purple Heart Medal was the first American service award or decoration made available to the common soldier and is specifically awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces who have been wounded or paid the ultimate sacrifice in combat with a declared enemy of the United States of America; and WHEREAS, the organization now known as the "Military Order of the Purple Heart," was formed in 1932 for the protection and mutual interest of all who have received the Purple Heart Medal, and it is the only veterans service organization comprised strictly of "combat" veterans; and WHEREAS, the mission of the Military Order of the Purple Heart is to foster an environment of goodwill among the combat-wounded veteran members and their families, promote patriotism, support legislative initiatives, and most importantly make sure we never forget; and WHEREAS, the City of Appleton has long been supportive of the United States Armed Forces and is proud and supportive of our high veteran population and all visiting veterans. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the city of Appleton supports the mission of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, and therefore desires to be designated as a Purple Heart City in honor of the sacrifices our Purple Heart recipients have made in defending our freedoms. R. OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS S. ADJOURN Alderperson Lobner moved, seconded by Alderperson Martin, that the meeting be adjourned at 7:32 p.m. Roll Call. Motion carried by the following vote: Aye: Alderperson William Siebers, Alderperson Vered Meltzer, Alderperson Brad Firkus, Alderperson Joe Martin, Alderperson Denise Fenton, Alderperson Maiyoua Thao, Alderperson Matt Reed, Alderperson Alex Schultz, Alderperson Christine Williams, Alderperson Patti Coenen, Alderperson Cathy Spears, Alderperson Kyle Lobner, Alderperson Chris Croatt, Alderperson Corey Otis and Mayor Timothy Hanna 15 - Excused: 1 - Alderperson Katie Van Zeeland Kami Lynch, City Clerk Run: March 28, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF APPLETON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED SPECIAL USE PERMIT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing to be held before the Common Council on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, at 7:00 P.M., in Council Chambers, 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, for the purpose of considering a Special Use Permit. Pursuant to Sections 23-66 and 23-113 of the Appleton Municipal Code, to consider a request by Pat Van Abel, applicant, for property located at 1400 West College Avenue (Tax Id #31-5-1799-00) to obtain a Special Use Permit for an indoor recreation use with alcohol sales and consumption (Appleton Axe). In the C-2 General Commercial District, a Special Use Permit is required for an indoor recreation use with alcohol sales and consumption. All persons interested are invited to express your views or concerns regarding the above-described request. The Common Council meeting is open to the public; however, considering the COVID-19 Health Emergency, you are strongly encouraged to share any feedback with council members via written letter, email or phone call instead of appearing in person. Please contact Jessica Titel, Principal Planner, in the Community and Economic Development Department at 920-832-6476 or by email at jessica.titel@appleton.org. Alternatively, you can also contact the Mayor's Office at mayor@appleton.org and your comments will be forwarded to the Common Council. The Common Council makes the final decision on the matter. CITY PLAN COMMISSION COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT APPLETON, WISCONSIN CITY HALL - 100 NORTH APPLETON STREET APPLETON, WISCONSIN 54911-4799 (920) 832-6468 Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. Run: Mar. 31, Apr. 7, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF APPLETON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED SPECIAL USE PERMIT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing to be held before the Common Council on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, at 7:00 P.M., in Council Chambers, 6th Floor, City Hall, 100 North Appleton Street, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, for the purpose of considering a Special Use Permit. Pursuant to Sections 23-66 and 23-113 of the Appleton Municipal Code, to consider a request by Carlos Martinez, applicant, for property located at 135 East Wisconsin Avenue (Tax Id #31-6-0323-00) to obtain a Special Use Permit for a restaurant with alcohol sales and consumption (Taco House). In the C-2 General Commercial District, a Special Use Permit is required for a restaurant with alcohol sales and consumption. All persons interested are invited to express your views or concerns regarding the above-described request. The Common Council meeting is open to the public; however, considering the COVID-19 Health Emergency, you are strongly encouraged to share any feedback with council members via written letter, email or phone call instead of appearing in person. Please contact Don Harp, Principal Planner, in the Community and Economic Development Department at 920-832-6466 or by email at don.harp@appleton.org. Alternatively, you can also contact the Mayor's Office at mayor@appleton.org and your comments will be forwarded to the Common Council. The Common Council makes the final decision on the matter. CITY PLAN COMMISSION COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT APPLETON, WISCONSIN CITY HALL - 100 NORTH APPLETON STREET APPLETON, WISCONSIN 54911-4799 (920) 832-6468 Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. Run: Mar. 31, Apr. 7, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF APPLETON NOTICE- Location and Hours of Polling Places At the Spring Election to be held on April 7, 2020, in the City of Appleton, the following polling place locations shall be used: * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * District 1 First United Methodist Church District 9 St. Bernard Catholic Church Wards 1 & 2 325 E Franklin Street Wards 27, 28, 55 & 56 1617 W Pine Street Fellowship Hall West Side Parish Hall District 2 Emmanuel United Methodist District 10 St. Matthew Ev. Lutheran Wards 3, 4, 5, 53 & 60 Church Wards 29, 30, 48 & 57 Church 740 E College Avenue 129 S Mason Street Fireside Room Main Floor 129 S Mason Street Gym enter Lawrence Street Parking Lot District 3 Cross Walk Church District 11 Paper Discovery Center Wards 6, 7, 54 & 59 2020 E John Street Wards 31, 32, 33 & 34 425 W Water Street Fellowship Hall Lower Level Lower Level enter on East Side District 4 Memorial Presbyterian Church District 12 St. John United Church of Christ Wards 8, 9 & 10 803 E College Ave Wards 35, 36 & 49 1130 W Marquette Street Fellowship Hall Lower Level Fellowship Hall enter from Enter at S Meade St Lindberg Street District 5 Prince of Peace Lutheran District 13 Celebration Ministry Center Wards 11, 12, 13 & 14 Church Fellowship Hall Wards 37, 38, (Faith Lutheran Church) 2330 East Calumet Street 39, 40, 41 & 58 3100 E Evergreen Drive Use entrance #5 Gym enter N. Providence Avenue District 6 Mt. Olive Ev. Lutheran Church District 14 Faith Ministry Center Wards 15, 16, 17 & 50 & School Wards 42, 43, 51 & 52 (Faith Lutheran Church) 930 E Florida Avenue 601 E Glendale Avenue Atrium NW corner of Church Fellowship Hall enter off E. Alice Street District 7 First English Lutheran Church District 15 Hope Lutheran Brethren Church Wards 18, 19, 20, 21, 6331 N Ballard Rd Wards 44, 45, 46 & 47 415 E Hoover Avenue 22, 23 & 61 District 8 First Congregational United ALL POLLING PLACES SHALL BE OPEN AT Wards 24, 25 & 26 Church of Christ 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. 724 E South River Street Narthex If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the Appleton City Clerk's Office, 100 North Appleton Street, Appleton, WI 54911-4799 at (920) 832-6443. *All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters.* Run:April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF DE PERE ADVERTISEMENT TO BID PROJECT 20-13 CRACKFILLING AND SEAL COATING 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 PM, Thursday, April 2, 2020, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Project 20-13 for which proposals are being sought includes the following approximate quantities: 90,000 LBS Asphalt Crackfilling 92,000 SF Seal Coating 3,000 LF Pavement Marking parking lot stalls Complete digital project bidding documents are available for viewing and/or downloading at www.QuestCDN.com or may be examined at the office of the Director of Public Works. Digital plan documents may be downloaded for $15 by inputting Quest project #6646015 on Quest's Project Search page. The QuestCDN website can also be accessed through the City website at www.deperewi.gov. On the homepage, click on the Projects icon in the center of the page. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the bid, payable to the City of De Pere, as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute a contract and furnish a contract bond as set forth in the General Conditions of the City of De Pere. In case the bidder fails to file such contract and bond, the amount of the check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the City of De Pere as liquidated damages. The letting of the contract is subject to the provisions of the following Wisconsin Statutes: Section 62.15 regarding Public Works. Section 66.0901(3) regarding Prequalification of Contractor. Each bidder shall pre-qualify by submitting proof of responsibility on forms furnished by the Director of Public Works. Such forms shall be filed with the Director of Public Works no later than 4:00 PM, Monday, March 30, 2020. Prospective bidders who have previously submitted such forms subsequent to January 1, 2020 will not be required to separately submit such form for this project. The City of De Pere reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding and to accept any proposal which the Common Council deems most favorable to the interest of the City of De Pere. Dated this 12th day of March 2020. Board of Public Works City of De Pere Eric Rakers, P.E. City Engineer Project 20-13 Run: March 12, 19, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF FOND DU LAC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LICENSE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following application for Fermented Malt Beverage license for March 26, 2020 thru October 23, 2020 license period, has been filed with the City Clerk of the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. CLASS "B" FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE: Limited Liability Co: Fond du Lac Softball Inc. Agent Name: Marie Schumacher Agent Address: 18 Howard Ave. Fond du Lac, WI 54935 d/b/a: Fond du Lac Softball Location of Premises: Lakeside Park, Oven Island Run: March 15, 16, 17, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF KEWAUNEE LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hereby certify that the following persons have applies to Common Council of the City of Kewaunee for their liquor and/or fermented malt beverage license for period beginning May 1, 2020, and ending June 30, 2020. COMBINATION CLASS B LIQUOR AND FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE: The Ballering Ballering, LLC, - Boyd S. Finell------------------402 Milwaukee Street All applications to come before the Council for action on April 13, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. Terri S. Decur City of Kewaunee Clerk/Treasurer Run: April 3, 4, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Manitowoc 900 Quay Street Manitowoc, WI 54220 920-686-6930 On or about April 20, 2020, the City of Manitowoc will authorize the Manitowoc Housing Authority to submit a request to the Milwaukee HUD Field Office for the release of Capital Fund Program funds under Section 9(d) and Section 30 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437g(d) and 1437z-2), to undertake a project known as Manitou Manor Apartments Upgrades, located at 1433 North 6th Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220, for the purpose of replacing an asphalt parking lot, replacing parking lot lighting, interior office and unit door replacement, repair and replacement of concrete, exterior maintenance, interior sprinkler system installation, cold water line replacement, and kitchen remodeling in units at an estimated total cost of $772,030. The activities proposed are categorically excluded under HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58 from National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements. An Environmental Review Record (ERR) that documents the environmental determinations for this project is on file at Manitowoc City Hall, Community Development Department, 900 Quay Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220 or the Manitowoc Housing Authority, 1433 North 6th Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220 and may be examined or copied weekdays 8 A.M to 4 P.M. PUBLIC COMMENTS Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments on the ERR to the City of Manitowoc Community Development Office. All comments received by April 17, 2020, will be considered by the City of Manitowoc prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds. ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION The City of Manitowoc certifies to the Milwaukee HUD Field Office that Adam Tegen in his capacity as Community Development Director consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The Milwaukee HUD Field Office's approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities and allows the Manitowoc Housing Authority to use Program funds. OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS Milwaukee HUD Field Office will accept objections to its release of fund and the City of Manitowoc's certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of the City of Manitowoc (b) the City of Manitowoc has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR part 58; (c) the grant recipient or other participants in the development process have committed funds, incurred costs or undertaken activities not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by the Milwaukee HUD Field Office; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58, Sec. 58.76) and shall be addressed to Milwaukee HUD Field Office at 310 West Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 950, Milwaukee, WI 53203-2289. Potential objectors should contact the Milwaukee HUD Field Office to verify the actual last day of the objection period. Adam Tegen, City of Manitowoc Community Development Director Run: April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF MENASHA Notice of Newly Enacted Ordinances Please take notice that on March 2, 2020 the City of Menasha enacted O-2-20 An Ordinance Amending Title 10, Chapter 1, Article C of the Code of Ordinances regarding parking regulations. This Ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication as provided by law. The full text of O-2-20 may be obtained from the City of Menasha Clerk's office at 100 Main St., Suite 200, Menasha WI 54952 or online at www.cityofmenasha-wi.gov. In case of questions, please call the Clerk's phone at 920-967-3608. Donald Merkes, Mayor Deborah A. Galeazzi, Clerk Run: March 17, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Board of Public Works that it will receive sealed bids until 9:00 a.m., local time, on the 2nd day of April, 2020, in the office of the Director of Public Works, in the City Administration Building at 211 Walnut Street in the City of Neenah, Wisconsin for the following work: CONTRACT 8-20 Epoxy Pavement Marking 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. 6921157. 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., March 27, 2020. The minimum wage scale to be paid on said project by the Contractor is either included in the specifications or on file in the office of the City Clerk in accordance with Section 66.0903, Wisconsin Statutes. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin this 20th day of March, 2020. Board of Public Works City of Neenah Run: March 20, 27, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Board of Public Works, that it will receive sealed bids until 9:00 a.m., local time, on the 11th day of February, 2020, in the office of the Director of Public Works, in the City Administration Building at 211 Walnut Street in the City of Neenah, Wisconsin, for the following work: CONTRACT 4-20 Water Main and Concrete Street Construction on Green Bay Road, Tullar Road, and Marathon Avenue. 1,550 Lin. Ft. 16-inch PVC C900 Water Main 7,200 Sq. Yd. 9-inch Concrete Pavement 22,500 Sq. Yd. Diamond grind Concrete Pavement 700 Sq. Yd. Concrete Pavement Repair 30,000 Lin. Ft. Clean and seal pavement joints (concrete) Pavement marking (various types) 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 using Quest Project No. 6620345. 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 Board of Public Works not later than 4:00 p.m., March 27, 2020. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin this 25th day of March, 2020. Board of Public Works City of Neenah by Gerry Kaiser, PE Director of Public Works Run: March 25, April 1, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given by the City of Neenah by the undersigned Public Works and Services Committee, that it will receive bids until 10:00 a.m., local time, on the March 31, 2020, in the office of the Director of Public Works, in the City Administration Building at 211 Walnut Street in the City of Neenah, for the following work: CONTRACT 7-20 Re-Roof Apparatus Garage Neenah-Menasha Fire Station 32 125 E. Columbian Avenue The work involved with the project shall include, but may not be limited to, the furnishing of all labor, materials, tools, equipment, machinery, superintendence and services necessary for the complete in place construction of the project. The above work will be awarded 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 using Quest Project No. 6841207. 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 submitting proposals on this contract 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 Board of Public Works not later than 4:00 p.m., March 25, 2020. Dated at Neenah, Wisconsin this 12th day of March, 2020. Board of Public Works City of Neenah by Gerry Kaiser, PE Director of Public Works Run: March 12, 19, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF NEENAH PROPERTY OWNERS NOTICE OF 2020 OPEN BOOK Notice is hereby given Pursuant to s. 70.45, Wis. Stats., the City of Neenah assessment roll for the 2020 year will be open for examination online at www.ci.neenah.wi.us beginning April 6, 2020. The statutory Open Book date is April 21, 2020 from 8 a.m. 4 p.m. To comply with recommendations of health officials for social distancing due to the COVID-19 virus, assessment staff will not be meeting in person with property owners at City Hall. Assessment staff will be available to answer questions in reference to your assessment by phone or by email beginning April 6, 2020 through April 21, 2020. If you need special arrangements, please contact the assessor's office prior to April 21, 2020. You may call (920) 886-6115 to schedule a telephone appointment with assessment staff. Emails including your name, property address, parcel/tax key number and opinion of value may be sent to assessor@ci.neenah.wi.us. You may also attach supporting documents to your email such as: pictures of recent updates, interior pictures, copy of a recent professional appraisal, receipts, quotes from contractors, comparable sales of similar properties, etc. For general information regarding assessment, visit the city assessor's page at www.ci.neenah.wi.us. Property owners are encouraged to speak with the assessor regarding their assessments prior to the meeting of the Board of Review. If you wish to appeal your assessment to the Board of Review, instructions on filing an objection and Board of Review procedures are available in the Clerk's Office and at www.ci.neenah.wi.us. Run: April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Neenah Spring 2020 Load Limits (State Statutes Sec. 349.16) The City of Neenah will be implementing a 10-ton weight limit restriction on all gravel and 2" bituminous streets in the City. These restrictions will be in place until weather and street conditions are conducive for a return to unrestricted hauling. Contact the Public Works Department at (920)886-6240 with questions. Run: March 13, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Nekoosa Public Test of Electronic Voting Equipment A Public Test of Electronic Voting Equipment to be used at the April 7, 2020, Spring Election will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, in the City Clerk's Office, 951 Market St. Nekoosa. Joseph M. Rusch II City Clerk Run: March 28, 2020 WNAXLP


City of Nekoosa VOTING BY ABSENTEE BALLOT Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may submit a request to vote an absentee ballot to their municipal clerk. A qualified elector is any U.S. citizen, who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, who has resided in the ward or municipality where he or she wishes to vote for at least 10 consecutive days before the election. The elector must also be registered in order to receive an absentee ballot. Proof of identification must be provided before an absentee ballot may be issued. You must make a request for an absentee ballot in writing or online at MyVote.wi.gov. Contact your municipal clerk and request that an application for an absentee ballot be sent to you for the primary or election or both. You may also submit a written request in the form of a letter or you may apply for an absentee ballot online at MyVote.wi.gov. Your written request must list your voting address within the municipality where you wish to vote, the address where the absentee ballot should be sent, if different, and your signature. You may make application to your municipal clerk for an absentee ballot in person, by mail, by fax, by email or at MyVote.wi.gov. Making application to receive an absentee ballot by mail The deadline for making application to receive an absentee ballot by mail is: April 2, 2020 Note: Special absentee voting application provisions apply to electors who are indefinitely confined to home or a care facility, in the military, hospitalized, or serving as a sequestered juror. If this applies to you, contact the municipal clerk regarding deadlines for requesting and submitting an absentee ballot. Voting an absentee ballot in person You may also request and vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office or other specified location during the days and hours specified for casting an absentee ballot in person. Joseph M. Rusch II, City Clerk (715) 886-7878 951 Market Street Nekoosa, WI 54457 Weekdays M-F 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. The first day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office is : March 23, 2020 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. The last day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk's office: April 5, 2020 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. No in-person absentee voting may occur on the day before the election. The municipal clerk will deliver voted ballots returned on or before Election Day to the proper polling place or counting location before the polls close on April 7, 2020. Any ballots received after the polls close will not be counted. Run: March 10, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Monday, March 2, 2020 - 6:00PM Council Chambers, City Hall Regular Meeting Called to order by Vice-President Andrews at 6:00 PM. Roll Call Present: Mark Bittner, David England, Bonnie Shimulunas, Bill LeClair, Curt Andrews, Jay Remiker and Jack Powalisz and Erin Gonnerman. Bittner arrived at 6:10 PM. Graves reported that notice of the meeting was properly posted. Public Hearing on Conditional Use Permit to operate an Automobile Sales and Service Establishment in the B-1 Business District at 1915 Jefferson Street, submitted by Kevin Last, d/b/a Kevin's Kustom & Klassic Kars, LLC (owner). Vice-President Andrews opened the first call, no one addressed the Council. On the second and third calls, no one addressed the Council. Vice-President Andrews closed the hearing. Motion by England, seconded by Powalisz to waive reading and adopt the Conditional Use Permit. Roll call vote, Ayes (7) Noes (0). Motion carried. Public Hearing on Ordinance to Zoning Code Text Amendment related to the Development Regulations for Nonconforming Structures. Vice-President Andrews opened the first call, no one addressed the Council. On the second and third calls, no one addressed the Council. Vice-President Andrews closed the hearing. Motion by Shimulunas, seconded by Gonnerman to waive reading and adopt the Ordinance. Roll call vote, Ayes (7) Noes (0). Motion carried. Consent Agenda: Minutes from Regular City Council February 17, 2020 and Work Session February 24, 2020. Applications for Operator's Licenses: Charles N. Gauthier. Application for Taxi License: Becky Kriescher, 7054 Tannery Road. Minutes of Meetings: Personnel and Finance Committee, January 30, 2020. YTD 2019 YEP Youth Equipment & Programming Fund Annual Report. Motion by LeClair, seconded by Gonnerman to approve Consent Agenda. Voice vote. Motion carried. Resolution Upon Retirement for Police Chief Joseph V. Collins. Motion by Bittner, seconded by England to read and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. 2020 Special Events Street Closures Request from Parks and Recreation Department. Motion by LeClair, seconded by Gonnerman to approve the request as submitted. Voice vote. Motion carried. City Council Options with Regard to the Vacancy on City Council Resulting from the Passing of Patrick Gagnon. Motion by Powalisz, seconded by LeClair to cast vote for John Casavant to fill vacancy on City Council. Roll call vote, Ayes (7) Noes (1) Bittner. Motion carried. Appointment of City Councilmember to Replace Patrick Gagnon on the Room Tax Commission. Motion by England, seconded by Remiker to nominate Councilmember Andrews to replace Patrick Gagnon on the Room Tax Commission. Roll call vote, Ayes (7) Noes (1) Gonnerman. Motion carried. Election of Vice-President Nomination, then Election by Paper Ballot. Motion by Gonnerman, seconded by Bittner, to cast a unanimous vote for Jack Powalisz as Council Vice-President. Voice vote. Motion carried. TID 8 Development Grant Agreement with Riverside Foods. Motion by Shimulunas, seconded by Powalisz to authorize the City Manager to execute the agreement on behalf of the City. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. Award of Bid for Utility Work and Street Reconstruction - Madison Street and 25th Street. Motion by Gonnerman, seconded by Shimulunas to award the bid to Advance Construction, Inc., in its low bid amount of $1,724,973 for the base bid plus supplemental bid. Voice vote. Motion carried. Preliminary Resolution to Levy Special Assessments Upon the Properties Fronting on 25th Street, From West River Street to Forest Avenue, Madison Street, From 19th to 22nd Street. Motion by LeClair seconded by England to waive reading and adopt the Resolution. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. Direction to Staff Regarding Award of the Leonard W. Stangel Community Service Award, Posthumously to Patrick J. Gagnon. Motion by Bittner, seconded by Gonnerman to direct City Manager to prepare a resolution of award and identify options for a future public presentation, to include members of the Gagnon family. Voice vote. Motion carried. Elimination of One Parking Stall on West Side of Jefferson Street on Each Side of 16th Street. Motion by Remiker, seconded by England to approve as recommended by the Public Works meeting of February 3, 2020. Voice vote. Motion carried. At 7:45 PM, motion by LeClair, seconded by Powalisz to enter into Closed Session, per Wisc. 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: Riverside Foods expansion; proposed Culver's; other. Discuss status of negotiations regarding former Hamilton Property. And per Wisc. 19.85(1)(g), conferring with legal counsel for the governmental body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved. confer with legal counsel regarding property acquisition matters likely to be the subject of litigation: former Hamilton property. discuss recent notice of threatened litigation. And per Wisc. Stats. 19.85(1) (c) considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility: Consider authorizing waiver of Personnel Policy provision as it relates to the hiring of a new full-time employee. Roll call vote, Ayes (8) Noes (0). Motion carried. At 8:45 PM, a motion by England, seconded by LeClair to reconvene in open session to consider possible actions in follow-up to closed session discussions. Voice vote. Motion carried. Motion by Remiker, seconded by LeClair to authorize modifying proposed TID 13 development agreement with Culver's to increase up-front cash grant from $200,000 to $250,000, reduce "pay as you go" grant from $300,000 to $250,000. Voice vote, Ayes (5) Noes (1) Bittner. Absent Gonnerman and Powalisz. Motion carried. Motion by LeClair, seconded by England to waive Nepotism Policy to allow appointment of Rebeccah Hansen as Full-Time Recreation Supervisor-Special Events and Athletic Programs. Voice vote. Motion carried. At 8:50 PM, motion by Remiker, seconded by LeClair to dispense with the reading of the minutes and adjourn meeting. Voice vote. Motion carried. Kim M. Graves City Clerk Run: March 19, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF TWO RIVERS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Re: Request for Conditional Use Permit PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the City Council of the City of Two Rivers will hold a public hearing at 6:00 PM, Monday, April 6, 2020, in the Council Chambers, City Hall, to hear all interested parties regarding a request for a Conditional Use Permit to operate a gas station including a convenience store establishment at the northeast corner of 16th and Monroe Streets the B-2 Business District, submitted by Basu Dev Adhikari d/b/a Tidy Store of Two Rivers (purchaser/developer). The subject property is described as Lot 1 of Certified Survey Map recorded in Volume 32, Page 233 of Maps and Original Plat, Lot 9 and the West 20 feet of Lot 10, Block 64; and Lot 2 of Certified Survey Map recorded in Volume 32, Page 233 of Maps in the City of Two Rivers, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Said property contains 0.7 acres of land, more or less. The subject property is currently known as 1603 and 1609 Monroe Street. Additional information is available from the Inspections Department, City Hall. Dated March 17, 2020 (signed) Kim M. Graves, City Clerk (signed) Vicky L. Berg, Zoning Administrator Run: March 23, 30, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: Excavation Common 1,300 c.y. HMA Pavement 1,500 ton Concrete Curb and Gutter 2,500 l.f 8" 15" PVC Sanitary Sewer 575 l.f. Base Aggregate Dense 2,500 c.y. Concrete Sidewalk 9,200 s.f. Storm Sewer 12" 15" 1,100 l.f. 6" 8" D.I. Watermain 1,000 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 6906405. There is a non-refundable fee of $30.00 for each set of Contract Documents. For this project bids will only be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com. To access the electronic bid form, download the project documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the bid advertisement. (The on-line bid button will be available when the project is published and ready for bid submitting.) Bids will be received until 10:30 a.m. on April 7, 2020. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on March 30, 2020, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: March 16, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: 2020 ASPHALT PAVING PROJECT B Removing Asphaltic Surface Milling 35,000 SY HMA Pavement 6,080 TON Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 6927479. 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 April 14, 2020. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on April 6, 2020, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: March 23, 30, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: 2020 CONCRETE PAVEMENT REPAIR PROJECT Concrete Pavement Repair Partial Depth 5,100 Linear Feet Concrete Pavement Repair/Replace 1,100 Square Yards Concrete Curb and Gutter Replacement 1,300 Linear Feet Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 6926393. 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 April 14, 2020. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on April 6, 2020, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: March 23, 30, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: 2020 SEWER REHABILITATION PROJECT Rehabilitation of the following lengths of sanitary sewer without excavation utilizing cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) 8-inch sanitary sewer 6,006 feet 10-inch sanitary sewer 300 feet 12-inch sanitary sewer 2,136 feet 15-inch sanitary sewer 3,386 feet 18 1/2 by 13 1/2 inch horse collar sanitary sewer 294 feet Bids will be received until 10:00 a.m. on April 7, 2020, in the Engineering Department, City Hall, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403. Bids will be opened in the Maple Room on the same date at 10:30 a.m. Bidding documents are available for electronic download on the City of Wausau Engineering Department web site at www.ci.wausau.wi.us or at QuestCDN.com for a fee of $15. The Quest project number is 6903603. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. No bid shall be considered unless submitted on the Official Proposal Form. Proposals shall be accompanied by a bid bond, certified check, bank cashiers check, or postal money order in the amount of 5% of the total bid payable to the Treasurer of the City of Wausau, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: March 16, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: 2020 Wausau Riverwalk Project Excavation Common 1 lump sum Asphaltic Surface 155 ton Anchored Steel Sheet Piling 1 lump sum Riprap Heavy 2,900 c.y. Decorative Lighting 11 each Guardrail Aluminum Picket 540 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 6904485. There is a non-refundable fee of $30.00 for each set of Contract Documents. For this project bids will only be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com. To access the electronic bid form, download the project documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the bid advertisement. (The on-line bid button will be available when the project is published and ready for bid submitting.) Bids will be received until 10:30 a.m. on April 7, 2020. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on March 30, 2020, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: March 16, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: N. 2ND STREET PARKING LOT Excavation Common 575 c.y. HMA Pavement 225 ton Concrete Curb and Gutter 450 l.f 12" PVC Storm Sewer 90 l.f. Base Aggregate Dense 300 c.y. Concrete Sidewalk 1,150 s.f. Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 6973164. 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 April 28, 2020. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on April 20, 2020, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: April 6, 13, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: N. 2ND STREET RETAINING WALL Retaining Wall 1 L.S. Contract documents for this project may be viewed online or downloaded at www.questcdn.com. The QuestCDN eBidDoc Number for this project is 6928489. 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 April 14, 2020. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on April 6, 2020, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: March 23, 30, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU OFFICIAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Public Works of the City of Wausau that it will receive sealed bids for the following project: 2020 HWY 52 MEDIAN LANDSCAPE PROJECT Earthwork 1 l.s. Plantings 1,360 ea. Dry Stacked Boulder Wall 200 l.f River Birch 70 ea. Concrete Art Bases 24 ea. Irrigation 1 l.s. Art Electrical Service 1 l.s. Conduit HDPE Directional Bore 6" 125 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 6904031. There is a non-refundable fee of $30.00 for each set of Contract Documents. For this project bids will only be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service through QuestCDN.com. To access the electronic bid form, download the project documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the bid advertisement. (The on-line bid button will be available when the project is published and ready for bid submitting.) Bids will be received until 10:30 a.m. on April 7, 2020. A bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder, if the bid is accepted, will execute and file the proposed contract and bonds within ten days after the awarding of the contract. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted. Bidders must be pre-qualified by the Board of Public Works. Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to the Engineering Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on March 30, 2020, and show sufficient financial ability, equipment, and experience to properly perform the contract in accordance with Section 66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes. The Board's decision as to qualifications shall be final. The pre-qualification form is available on-line at www.ci.wausau.wi.us. The City of Wausau reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bidding, and to award a contract in the best interest of the City of Wausau. A Performance Bond and also a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the amount of 100% of the total bid price, together with an executed contract in form prescribed by the City of Wausau will be required of the successful bidder. The letting of the work described herein is subject to provisions of Chapter 62 and 66 of Wisconsin Statutes and by all pertinent sections of the Wausau Municipal Code. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Eric Lindman, Director of Public Works and Utilities Maryanne Groat, Finance Director Anne Jacobson, City Attorney Run: March 16, 23, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF THE PLAN COMMISSION Rezoning 101 North 72nd Avenue from PUD, Planned Unit Development to DR-8, Duplex Residential-8 Zoning District. Committee Action: Approved 5-1 Ordinance Number: 61-4057-669 Fiscal Impact: None File Number: 20-0305 Date Introduced: March 10, 2020 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the site of lands described as follows: 1)Section 30, Township 29 North, Range 7 East FRL North 1/2 , Southwest 1/4 , Except Certified Survey Map Volume 11, Page 14 (#2844), Except that Point In the Town of Stettin, MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 101 NORTH 72ND AVENUE now comprising a part of PUD, Planned Unit Development according to the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Wausau is hereby rezoned to DR-8, Duplex Residential-8 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: 3/10/20 Approved: 3/11/20 Published: 3/13/20 Attest: 3/11/20 Approved: Robert B. Mielke, Mayor Attest: Leslie M. Kremer, City Clerk Run: March 13, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS & STREET MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE Designating odd/even parking on North 10th Avenue between West Wausau Avenue and West Knox Street, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., no parking on West Wausau Avenue between North 9th Avenue and North 10th Avenue and on West Union Avenue between North 9th Avenue and North 10th Avenue, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Committee Action: Approved 4-0 Ordinance Number: 61-5834 Fiscal Impact: Minimal to install signs File Number: 20-0312 Date Introduced: March 24, 2020 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Add (Bold) Section 1. That Section 10.20.080 No parking and restricted parking areas designated, shall be amended to read as follows: (a) There shall be no parking in the following locations: West Union Avenue Between North 9th Avenue and North 10th Avenue, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. West Wausau Avenue North side of the street between North First Avenue and Cherry Street Between North 9th Avenue and North 10th Avenue, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (b)There shall be restricted parking in the following locations: North 10th Avenue West side of the street, beginning at the intersection with West Wausau Avenue extending north 42 feet Odd/even parking between West Wausau Avenue and West Knox Street, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Odd/even parking shall be defined as set forth in Section 10.20.030(a). Section 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect on the day after its publication. Adopted: 3/24/20Approved: Approved: 3/25/20 Published: 3/27/20 Attest: 3/25/20Robert B. Mielke, Mayor Attest: Leslie M. Kremer, Clerk Run: March 27, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS & STREET MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE Repealing and recreating Chapter 12.40 Street Excavations Committee Action: Approved 3-0 Ordinance Number: 61-5832 Fiscal Impact: None File Number: 74-1126 Date Introduced: March 10, 2020 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Section 1. That Chapter 12.40 Excavations, is hereby repealed and Chapter 12.40 Street Excavations is hereby recreated to read as follows: Chapter 12.40 STREET EXCAVATIONS Sections: 12.40.010 Definitions 12.40.020 Permit Required 12.40.030 Permit-Exemption 12.40.040 Permit Application Requirements 12.40.050 Permit Fee 12.40.060 Regulations Governing Excavations 12.40.070 Excavation in New Streets Limited 12.40.080 Excavation in Winter Limited 12.40.090 Emergency Excavations Authorized 12.40.100 Settlement of Pavement and Surfacing 12.40.110 Reservation of Regulatory and Police Powers 12.40.120 Severability Clause 12.40.130 Revocations, Suspensions, Refusals to Issue or Extend Permits 12.40.140 Denial of Permits 12.40.010 Definitions. In this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings designated as follows, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (a) "Alley" means the right-of-way dedicated or reserved for alley purposes. (b) "Block" means the distance along a street lying between center lines of intersections. (c) "Department" means the department of engineering. (d) "Director" means the director of engineering or their designee, which may include the city engineer. (e) "Excavation" means any operation in any alley, street or public place in which earth, rock or any other material in or on the ground is moved, removed or otherwise displaced by means of any tool, equipment or explosive, and includes grading, trenching, digging, ditching, drilling, augering, tunneling, scraping, cable or pipe plowing and driving. (f) "Installation" means either an individual storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water main and associated services, public utility facility, or any combination thereof, laid simultaneously, in a single excavation or in more than one excavation, or in a tunnel, through a bored or jacked operation. (g) "Light pole" means a raised source of light located in the right-of-way, that is owned, leased, operated or maintained by the city or otherwise provides a source of safety lighting, as shall be determined by the director of engineering or his or her designee. (h) "Pavement" means the surface of any street, alley, or public place, regardless of the type of material utilized in its construction. (i) "Public place" means any property owned by the city and dedicated or reserved to the city for public purposes. (j) "Street" means the right-of-way dedicated or reserved for street purposes, which may include such surface improvements as pavement, sidewalk, curb, gutter, grassed or landscaped terrace and boulevard. (k) "Surfacing" means any improvement other than pavement lying on or within a street, alley or public place, such as sidewalk, curb, gutter, turf, grass and landscaping. 12.40.020 Permit Required. No person shall make or cause to be made any excavation in any street, alley or public place in the city, without first obtaining a permit from the department. The application for permit shall be in a form as prescribed by the department and may further consist of any additional information required by the department. (a) A separate permit shall be obtained for each excavation. No person shall excavate right-of-way or maintain an excavation in the right-of-way beyond the date specified in the permit unless circumstances beyond the control of the Permittee occur and the Department approves of an extension, pursuant to 12.40.060(a). (b) All permits shall expire 30 days from the date of issuance, subject to Section 12.40.060(a). 12.40.030 Permit - Exemption. Contractors performing excavation or installation work while under city contract or performing work otherwise requested by the city are not required to obtain a permit under this chapter for such work unless a permit is specifically required by the city. Excavations performed by the Department of Public Works are also not required to obtain a permit under this chapter. 12.40.040 Permit Application Requirements. (a) A permit application form shall be made available by the department to include but not limited to the following: Name of company, purpose of excavation, mailing address, and contact information. The registrant shall keep all of the information listed above current at all times by providing to the Department information as to changes within fifteen (15) working days following the date on which the registrant has knowledge of any change. (b) All Registrants and Permittees shall comply with Digger's Hotline requirements set forth in Wis. Stat. 182.0175, if applicable. (c) Excavation Plan Submittal Requirements: The applicant shall identify in detail the location of the proposed project and the affected right-of-way. Plans shall be scaled drawings showing all existing and proposed facilities within the project area in addition to installation details. Plans shall also show horizontal and vertical separation distances from all other utilities and identify all conflicts and other details as requested by the Department. Minimum separation distances shall be set by the Department. Each permit application and plan shall meet these separation distances. (d) Bond Requirements: Before the issuance of a permit the applicant shall execute and file with the Department and keep in effect a corporate surety bond in the minimum sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000) conditioned upon the timely and faithful performance of all requirements and conditions of this chapter and of any permit issued to the applicant. The effective period of the bond or security shall be a minimum of two years. (e) Insurance Requirements: Before the issuance of a permit the applicant shall file a certificate of insurance with the Department. The limits of the insurance shall be at least five hundred thousand dollars each person, five hundred thousand dollars per each occurrence, five hundred thousand dollars for property damage, and ten thousand dollars medical expense (any one person). In addition, coverage shall include a one million dollar excess limit umbrella policy. Finally, the certificate of insurance shall name the City of Wausau as an additional insured. (f) Indemnification Requirement: By registering with the City, or by accepting a permit under this section, a Registrant or Permittee, as the case may be, agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the City, its officers, boards, committees, commissions, elected officials, employees and agents (collectively, "Indemnified Parties"), from and against all loss or expense (including liability costs and attorney's fees) by reason of any claim or suit, or of liability imposed by law upon an Indemnified Party for damages because of bodily injury, including death at any time resulting therefrom, sustained by any person or persons or on account of damages to property, including loss of use thereof, arising from, in connection with, caused by or resulting from the Registrant's or Permittee's acts or omissions in the exercise of its rights under this Ordinance, whether caused by or contributed to by the City or its agents or employees. 12.40.050 Permit Fee. Before the issuance of a permit, the applicant shall submit a fee in accordance with section 3.40.010. 12.40.060 Regulations Governing Excavations. (a) Timing of Work and Repair/Restoration: The work to be done under the excavation permit, and the repair or restoration of the right-of-way as required herein, must be completed within the dates specified in the permit, increased by as many days as work could not be done because of circumstances beyond the control of the Permittee, as approved by the department. In no case shall the repair extend beyond the length of the permit. (b) Repair or Restoration Required: The Permittee shall be required to repair the excavation to the specifications of the Department. Specifications will be on file and maintained by the department. (c) Standards: The Permittee shall perform repairs or restoration according to the Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction, the plans and specifications of the Department, and in accordance with the conditions specified in the permit. The Department shall have the authority to prescribe the manner and extent of the repair or restoration and may do so in written procedures of general application or on a case-by-case basis. (d) Traffic Control: All signing and barricades shall be in accordance with the latest version of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). All road lane or road closures must be approved by the Department in advance of the closure. It shall be the responsibility of the Permittee to notify all emergency services of approved lane or road closures. (e) Protection of Site and Equipment: All necessary precautions must be taken by the Permittee to protect the public during the excavation. All barricades and fencing shall be the responsibility of the Permittee. (f) Notification of Work: The Permittee shall notify the Department a minimum of 48 hours prior to any excavation. The Permittee shall also provide a schedule of the work at the time of notification. (g) Inspection of Work: The Permittee shall make the work site available for inspection by the City at any time during the excavation. The Permittee shall keep a copy of the permit on site. (h) Repair/Restore: The contractor responsible for the restoration of any asphaltic or concrete surface must be licensed and bonded to perform this work in the right-of-way. A list of the approved asphalt and concrete contractors is maintained by the Department. (i) Acceptance of Work: Upon completion of the work, the Department shall inspect the area of the work and accept the work when it determines that proper repair or restoration has been made. (j) Guarantees: The Permittee guarantees its work and shall maintain it for thirty-six (36) months following its completion. During either period, the Permittee shall, upon notification from the Department, correct all repair and restoration work to the extent necessary, using the method required by the Department. Said work shall be completed within thirty (30) calendar days of the receipt of the notice from the Department, not including days during which work cannot be done because of circumstances constituting force majeure or days when work is prohibited as unseasonable or unreasonable. (k) Failure to Repair/Restore: If the Permittee fails to repair and/or restore the right-of-way in the manner and to the condition required by the Department, or fails to satisfactorily and timely complete all work required by the Department, the Department, at its option, may do such work. In that event, the Permittee shall pay to the City, within thirty (30) days of billing, the cost of repairing and/or restoring the right-of-way. If the work associated with the permit is directly attributable to a specific property, or properties, the unpaid bill shall become a special charge against the properties served by the repair and/or restoration work. (l) Compliance with Federal/State laws and regulations: Obtaining a permit does not relieve the Permittee of any obligations or rules, laws or regulations required by State or Federal agencies. 12.40.070 Excavation in New Streets Limited. After completion of any permanent improvement or repaving of any street, alley or public place, no permit shall be issued to open, cut or excavate said pavement for a period of 5 years after the date of completion of the pavement improvement or repair unless, in the opinion of the director, an emergency exists which makes it essential that the permit be issued. 12.40.080 Excavation in Winter Limited. In order to protect the integrity of the streets and the safety of the public, excavation during the winter months when frost exceeds two feet, generally from January to April, shall be limited. Considerations to the condition of the street and the functional classification of the street will be considered. Approval must be obtained from the department. If approval is granted, the department will set procedures for compaction and restoration. 12.40.090 Emergency Excavation Authorized. In the event of an actual, bona fide emergency, any person owning or controlling any sewer, water main, conduit or utility in or under any street or alley, or such person's agents or employees, may take immediate, appropriate emergency measures to remedy conditions endangering property, life, health or safety without obtaining a permit under this chapter. Such person shall apply for an excavation permit not later than the end of the next working day following the undertaking of such measures. 12.40.100 Settlement of Pavement and Surfacing. Regardless of who installed the same, the Permittee shall be responsible for the cost of replacement and restoring the grade of pavement or surfacing which has settled within three (3) years from the date of completion of backfilling. If following notice thereof by the city, the Permittee fails to replace the inferior work, the city shall perform the work and charge the Permittee for the actual costs thereof, plus an administrative charge for liquidated damages of $500. Each successive replacement by the Permittee shall be subject to the requirements of this section. 12.40.110 Reservation of Regulatory and Police Powers. The City, by granting of a permit to excavate, obstruct and/or occupy the right-of-way, or by registering a person under this chapter does not surrender or to any extent lose, waive, impair, or the lawful powers and rights, which it has now or maybe hereafter granted to the City under the Constitution and statutes of the State of Wisconsin to regulate the use of the right-of-way by the Permittee; and the Permittee by its acceptance of a permit to excavate, obstruct and/or occupy the right-of-way or of registration under this chapter agrees that all lawful powers and rights, regulatory power, or police power, or otherwise as are or the same may be from time to time vested in or reserved to the City, shall be in full force and effect and subject to the exercise thereof by the City at any time. A Permittee or registrant is deemed to acknowledge that its rights are subject to the regulatory and police powers of the City to adopt and enforce general ordinances necessary to the safety and welfare of the public and is deemed to agree to comply with all applicable general law, and ordinances enacted by the City pursuant to such powers. 12.40.120 Severability Clause. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, or portion of this article is for any reason held invalid or constitutional by any court or administrative agency of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct, and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions thereof. 12.40.130 Revocations, Suspensions, Refusals to Issue or Extend Permits. (a) Grounds. The Department may refuse to issue a permit or may revoke, suspend or refuse to extend an existing permit if it finds any of the following grounds: (1) Issuance of a permit for the requested date would interfere with an exhibition, celebration, festival or other event; (2) Misrepresentation of any fact by the applicant or Permittee; (3) Failure of the applicant or Permittee to maintain required bonds and/or insurance; (4) Failure of the applicant or Permittee to complete work in a timely manner; (5) The proposed activity is contrary to the public health, safety or welfare; (6) The extent to which space is available in the right-of-way for which the permit is sought; (7) The competing demands for the particular space in the right-of-way; (8) The availability of other locations in the right-of-way or in other rights-of-way for the facilities of the Permittee or applicant; (9) The applicability of ordinances or other regulations of the right-of-way that affect location of facilities in the right-of-way; (10) The condition and age of the right-of-way, and whether and when it is scheduled for total or partial reconstruction; or (11) The applicant or Permittee is otherwise not in full compliance with the requirements of this section or state or federal law. 12.40.140 Denial of Permits. If any contractor fails to comply with the requirements of this chapter, such performance shall be considered by the department before further excavation permits are granted. If the record indicates substantial or repeated disregard for the provisions of this chapter, further excavation permits may be denied, following provisions for adequate notice and hearing as may be required under Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 68. Section 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect on the day after its publication. Adopted: 3/10/20 Approved: 3/11/20 Published: 3/15/20 Attest: 3/11/20 Approved: Robert B. Mielke, Mayor Attest: Leslie M. Kremer, Clerk Run: March 13, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF COMMON COUNCIL Amending Chapter 2.16 Standing Rules of the Common Council Rule 2 Quorum Required and Rule 4 Absence of Members Committee Action: Approved 8-2 Ordinance Number: 61-5833 Fiscal Impact: None File Number: 02-0432 Date Introduced: March 18, 2020 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Add ( BOLD) Section 1. That Rule 2, Quorum Required, is hereby amended to read as follow: RULE 2 QUORUM REQUIRED A quorum is necessary for the transaction of any council business. Two-thirds (2/3) of all members of the council, excluding the mayor, shall constitute a quorum. Vacant seats shall be counted to determine whether or not a quorum is present. Members may appear in person or by any method of remote technology, including by telephone or videoconference. A quorum may be established through participation by any method of remote technology and members shall be allowed to vote by telephone by roll call vote. Section 2. That Rule 4, Absence of Members, is hereby amended to read as follows: RULE 4 ABSENCE OF MEMBERS If an alderman for any reason cannot attend either in person or by telephonic or videoconference means, a regularly scheduled meeting, he or she shall notify the city clerk, before the meeting in question, of his or her anticipated absence. The alderman's absence shall be entered into the council's record. Section 3. These amendments shall no longer be in force and effect upon the termination of the State's public health emergency declaration with regard to COVID-19. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 5. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect on the day after its publication. Adopted: 3/18/20 Approved: 3/19/18 Published: 3/21/20 Attest: 3/19/20 Approved: Robert B. Mielke, Mayor Attest: Leslie M. Kremer, Clerk Run: March 21, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 ORDINANCE OF THE PLAN COMMISSION Rezoning 107 South 68th Avenue from PUD, Planned Unit Development to SR-5, Single Family Residential-5 Zoning District. Committee Action: Approved 6-0 Ordinance Number: 61-4057-700 Fiscal Impact: None. File Number: 20-0306 Date Introduced: March 10, 2020 The Common Council of the City of Wausau do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the site of lands described as follows: Section 30, Township 29 North, Range 7 East, Northwest 1/4 , Southeast 1/4 , Including Part of Southeast 1/4 , Northeast 1/4 - Outlet 1 Certified Survey Map Volume 36, Page 18 (#9015 Document #1071986), MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 107 SOUTH 68TH AVENUE now comprising a part of PUD, Planned Unit Development according to the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Wausau is hereby rezoned to SR-5, Single Family Residential-5 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: 3/10/20 Approved: 3/11/20 Published: 3/13/20 Attest: 3/11/20 Approved: Robert B. Mielke, Mayor Attest: Leslie M. Kremer, City Clerk Run: March 13, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE COMMON COUNCIL Approving proposed agreement for settlement of lawsuits between City of Wausau and US Bank N.A. for property tax challenges for tax years 2015-2019 (Case Nos. 16CV535 and 18CV448) Committee Action: Approved 8-0 File Number: 16-0217 Date Introduced: March 10, 2020 WHEREAS, US Bank N.A. appealed the 2015 assessment for the property located at 401 N. 5th Street (PIN 291-2907-253-0362) by filing a timely objection with the city's Board of Review; and WHEREAS, the Board of Review, at their September 22, 2015 meeting, dismissed the claimant's alleged objection without acting on the merits of the objection and therefore did not issue a written Notice of Determination that affirmed the assessment; and WHEREAS, on January 27, 2016, US Bank N.A. filed a claim for excessive assessment pursuant to Section 74.37, Wisconsin Statutes; and WHEREAS, the Common Council, at their March 22, 2016 meeting, disallowed the claim; and WHEREAS, US Bank N.A. filed a refund action in Marathon County Circuit Court, Case No. 16CV535 for the property; and WHEREAS, US Bank N.A. appealed the 2016 assessment for the property by filing an incomplete objection form with the city's Board of Review; and WHEREAS, on October 4, 2016, the Board of Review dismissed the claimant's alleged objection without acting on the merits of the objection and therefore did not issue a written Notice of Determination that affirmed the assessment; and WHEREAS, on January 26, 2017, US Bank N.A. served on the clerk a claim on excessive assessment pursuant to Section 74.37, Wisconsin Statutes; and WHEREAS, your Common Council, at their meeting of March 28, 2017, disallowed the claim; and WHEREAS, US Bank N.A. filed a refund action in Marathon County Circuit Court, Case No. 17CV442 for the property (consolidated with Case No. 16CV535); and WHEREAS, US Bank N.A. appealed the 2017 assessment for the property by filing an incomplete objection form with the city's Board of Review; and WHEREAS, the Board of Review, at their August 21, 2017 meeting, dismissed the claimant's alleged objection without acting on the merits of the objection and therefore did not issue a written Notice of Determination that affirmed the assessment; and WHEREAS, on January 29, 2018, US Bank N.A. filed a claim for excessive assessment pursuant to Section 74.37, Wisconsin Statutes; and WHEREAS, your Common Council, at their meeting of March 27, 2018, disallowed the claim; and WHEREAS, US Bank N.A. filed a refund action in Marathon County Circuit Court, Case No. 18CV448 (consolidated with Case No. 16CV535); and WHEREAS, on July 12, 2018, US Bank N.A. filed a Request for Waiver of Board of Review Hearing for the 2018 tax assessment; and WHEREAS, the city's Board of Review, on July 17, 2018, accepted the waiver; and WHEREAS, US Bank N.A. filed a refund action in Marathon County Circuit Court, Case No. 18CV448 (consolidated with Case No. 16CV535); and WHEREAS, US Bank N.A. filed a Request for Waiver of Board of Review Hearing for the 2019 tax assessment; and WHEREAS, the city's Board of Review, on May 22, 2019, approved the waiver; and WHEREAS, your Common Council, at their meeting of February 25, 2020, approved the alledged claim in the amount of $22,905; and WHEREAS, the City of Wausau and US Bank N. A. have reached a proposed settlement agreement which is attached hereto as Exhibit 1 the terms of which include refunds for 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 as follows: 2015 Refund - $ 9,970.98 2016 Refund - $ 9,729.40 2017 Refund - $ 10,000.16 2018 Refund - $ 9,032.76 2019 Refund - $ 9,159.35; and WHEREAS, the total refund for tax years 2015 through 2019 shall be $47,892.65, and US Bank N.A. waives interest; and WHEREAS, the tax claim will be reported to the State of Wisconsin and allocated to the School District, County and Technical College resulting in a net impact to the City of approximately $14,353; WHEREAS, a 2020 budget modification for the claim payment is necessary as follows: Increase 110-25097410$14,353 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the proper city officials modify the budget as presented above and publish the budget modification in the official city newspaper. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the proper City Officials are hereby authorized and directed to report the refund of taxes to the Department of Revenue; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the attached settlement agreement is hereby approved and appropriate city officials are hereby authorized and directed to execute such agreement and take all steps necessary and prudent to effectuate its terms in furtherance of settlement of Marathon County Circuit Court Cases 15CV855 and 18CV594. Approved: Robert B. Mielke, Mayor Run: March 15, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Approving the 2020 budget modification for Physical Therapy Services for Wausau Police Department Committee Action: Approved 5-0 Fiscal Impact: not to exceed $20,000 File Number: 19-1109 Date Introduced: March 10, 2020 WHEREAS, the fitness and wellness of police personnel is critical to the success of the department; and WHEREAS, the Wausau Fire Department and Stevens Point and Marshfield Police Departments have experienced success in limiting injuries and restoring health through the use of onsite physical therapy services; WHEREAS, the Police Department proposes to add similar services in 2020; and WHEREAS, funding would come from 2019 carryover funds; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has reviewed and recommends a budget modification as follows: Increase: Other Special Services 110-30092560 $20,000 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the proper city officials modify the budget as presented above and publish the budget modification in the official city newspaper. Approved: Robert B Mielke, Mayor Run: March 13, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Approving the 2020 budget modification for special event staffing - Wausau Police Department Committee Action: Approved 4-0 Fiscal Impact: not to exceed $135,000 File Number: 19-1109 Date Introduced: March 24, 2020 WHEREAS, the Wausau Police Department recommends additional staffing and large community events; and WHEREAS, the staffing would be a combination of community service officers, police overtime and staffing from other agencies; and WHEREAS, funding would come from 2019 carryover funds; and the department would include these costs in the 2021 budget; and WHEREAS, your Finance Committee has reviewed and recommends a budget modification as follows: NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the proper city officials modify the budget as presented above and publish the budget modification in the official city newspaper. Approved: Robert B Mielke, Mayor Run: March 27, 2020 WNAXLP


CITY OF WAUSAU, 407 Grant Street, Wausau, WI 54403 RESOLUTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Authorizing the write off of certain uncollectible delinquent personal property tax accounts from the City's accounting records Committee Action: Approved 5-0 Fiscal Impact: $5,348.34 File Number: 03-0306 Date Introduced: March 24, 2020 WHEREAS the City of Wausau has an ongoing program for the collection of delinquent personal property taxes, however there are always some personal property taxes which are uncollectible due to various reasons and WHEREAS, there is always a continuous effort to recover delinquent personal property taxes, and WHEREAS, the Finance Committee has reviewed the list of 2018 delinquent personal property taxes on Attachment A and recommends the write off and charge back of these taxes as provided within the State of Wisconsin Statutes, Now Therefore BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the proper City Official(s) be and are hereby authorized and directed to write off the delinquent personal property taxes as outlined on Attachment A, from the Tax Adjustment account #110-25097410, a total of $5,348.34 (the City's portion) in personal property taxes and $9,360.77 from account #110-11145 Due from other governments in order to provide sound financial management. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the proper City Official(s) be and are hereby authorized and directed to charge back to the appropriate governmental entities their share of these delinquent personal property taxes as outlined on Attachment A. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the Common Council of the City of Wausau that the list of delinquent personal property taxes be entered into the minutes and published in the newspaper. Approved: Robert B. Mielke, Mayor 2018 DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX CHARGEBACKS A1 Wausau Cab O $ 159.45 ACI O 132.87 Access by Angela O 146.16 Ascend IT/Ascend Digital Media O 172.74 Associated Retirement Planners O 39.86 Beautiful (Sean Osborn) O 199.31 Sherrie Fuentes (Bridal Bug LLC) O 47.83 The Bon-Ton Dept Stores Inc O 9,574.88 Candy Shop Vapor & Glass O 100.98 Bruce Fermanich (BMW Fuel Mart) O 21.26 Haven Truck & Fleet Accounting O 63.78 Ivan Mitchell Photography O 79.72 Lao'd Eatery LLC O 664.37 Maharlika O 154.13 Mystic Massage O 77.07 Ojhon Salon (Nance Tawny) O 252.46 Perspektive Media Group O 108.96 Kustom Auto & Repair O 308.27 Revelation Glassworks O 55.81 Safe Alert LLC O 93.01 Rouland Steppert (Valley Construciton / Badger Roofing) O 1,124.11 Wausau Metro Realty O 996.55 Wausau MFG Corp O 135.53 $ 14,709.11 chargeback O - Out of Business/no response chargeback B - Bankruptcy Breakdown for resolution - City of Wausau $ 5 ,348.34 State of Wisconsin - Marathon County 2 ,624.75 Wausau School District 6 ,048.64 NTC 687.38 $ 14,709.11 Run: March 27, 2020 WNAXLP


CLAIM DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF Roger C. Wanta and the Roger C. Wanta Revocable Trust dated May 21, 2019. Pursuant to Section 701.0508, Wisconsin Statutes, Members Trust Company, FSB, as trustee of the Roger C. Wanta Revocable Trust dated May 21, 2019 with the power to pay the debts of Roger C. Wanta (deceased November 26, 2019) hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing for payment of debts of Roger C. Wanta and the Roger C. Wanta Revocable Trust dated May 21, 2019 being the dated four (4) months after the date of first insertion of this notice. Members Trust Company, FSB Trustee Address: C/O Schmidt & Schmidt, S.C. 123 Grand Ave P.O. Box 146 Wausau, WI 54402-0146 Run: March 11, 18, 25, 2020 WNAXLP


CLAIMS DEADLINE NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE ZIMMERMAN JOINT REVOCABLE TRUST DATED APRIL 17, 2013 Pursuant to section 701.0508 Wisconsin Statutes, Bruce A. Zimmerman and Carol A. Oelke, as co-trustees of the Zimmerman Joint Revocable Trust dated April 17, 2013, with power to pay the debts of Patricia A. Zimmerman, D.O.D. March 10, 2019 and Wayne L. Zimmerman D.O.D. February 23, 2020, hereby provides notice that the deadline for filing claims for payment of debts of either Patricia A. Zimmerman or Wayne L. Zimmerman with Attorney Daniel J. Walsh, One Law Group, S.C., 444 Reid Street, Ste. 200, De Pere, WI 54115 is August 1, 2020 being the 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 13th day of March, 2020. Zimmerman Joint Revocable Trust dated April 17, 2013 /s/ Bruce A. Zimmerman, Trustee /s/ Carol A. Oelke, Trustee One Law Group, S.C. 444 Reid Street, Ste. 200 De Pere, WI 54115 Telephone number: (920) 336-5766 Run: March 14, 21, 28, 2020 WNAXLP


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COMBINED NOTICE OF THE OPEN BOOK & BOARD OF REVIEW VILLAGE OF ROSHOLT Notice is hereby given that the Board of Review for the Village of Rosholt, Portage County, shall meet on Monday April 27, 2020 from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the Village Hall, 101 S Main Street. The assessor will also hold an Open Book Session on Monday April 20, 2020 from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM at the Village Hall. 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 enter onto property to conduct an exterior view such property being assessed. 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 that person's objection except at a session of the Board. No person may appear before the Board of Review, testify to the Board by telephone or contest the amount of the assessment unless, at least 48 hours before the first meeting of the Board or at least 48 hours before the objection is heard if the objection is allowed under sec.70.47(3)(a), that person provides to the clerk of the board of review notice as to whether the person will ask for removal under sec.70.47(6m)(a) and if so which member will be removed and the person's reasonable estimate of the length of time that the hearing will take. When appearing before the Board, the person shall specify, in writing, the person's estimate of the value of the land and of the improvements that are the subject of the person's objection and specify the information that the person used to arrive at that estimate. No person may appear before the Board of Review, testify to the Board by telephone or object to a valuation; if that valuation was made by the assessor or the objector using the income method; unless the person supplies to the assessor all of the information about income and expenses, as specified in the manual under Sec. 73.03 (2a), that the assessor requests. The municipality shall provide by ordinance for the confidentiality of information about income and expenses that is provided to the assessor under this paragraph and shall provide exceptions for persons using the information in the discharge of duties imposed by law or of the duties of their office or by order of a court. The information that is provided under this paragraph, unless a court determines that it is inaccurate, is not subject to the right of inspection and copying under Sec. 19.35(1). Village of Rosholt Theresa Hartvig, Clerk/Treasurer Run: April 4, 2020 WNAXLP


COMMON COUNCIL Official Proceedings of the 24th Common Council Meeting of the City of Sheboygan The Council met: March 16, 2020 Mayor Mike Vandersteen in the Chair The following Ald. were present: Wolf, Savaglio, Felde, Dekker, Phillips, Donohue, Bohren (remote), Sorenson 8. The following Ald. was absent and excused Mitchell and Ackley 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVAL OF MINUTES On motion by Wolf/Donohue, the reading of minutes of the 23rd Regular Council Meeting held March 2, 2020, were approved as entered on the record, all Ald. voting "Aye." CONFIRMATION OF MAYOR'S APPOINTMENTS Marlo Testwuide to the Harbor Centre Business Improvement District Board Motion by Wolf/Donohue to confirm. Ayes: 7. Abstain 1 (Bohren). James Owen to the Redevelopment Authority Motion by Wolf/Donohue to confirm. All ayes. Charlie Wigg to the Architectural Review Board Motion by Wolf/Donohue to confirm. All ayes. PRESENTATION Presentation on 2020 Downtown District Activation and Placemaking Plan by Chad Pelishek, Director of Planning and Development. PUBLIC FORUM No one spoke. MAYOR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS, PROCLAMATIONS, EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS, UPDATE ON COVID-19 HEARINGS No. 10-19-20 pursuant to a notice published and personal notices sent by the City Clerk, there is a hearing scheduled for this evening for the proposed assessments for the installation of new water main and/or laterals in Geele Avenue from Calumet Drive to N. 23rd Street. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to close. All ayes. Consent Agenda Motion by Wolf/Donohue to receive and file all RO's, receive all RC's and adopt all Resolutions and Ordinances. All were passed on call of the roll: Ayes: 8. ( * = Consent items) REPORTS OF OFFICERS Passed: *No. 171-19-20 by City Clerk submitting various license applications (CG Services LLC). *No. 172-19-20 by City Clerk submitting a license application already issued (Elizabeth Ann Seton School). *No. 173-19-20 by City Plan Commission to whom was referred R. O. No. 165-19-20 by Director of Planning and Development, submitting the final Downtown Districts Activation and Placemaking Plan for the downtown, uptown, Indiana Avenue and Michigan Avenue districts; recommends to file the document. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 174-19-20 by City Clerk submitting a Petition, Notice, and List of Tax Liens of Sheboygan County being foreclosed by proceeding in rem. 2014, 2015, and 2016. No. 175-19-20 by City Clerk submitting a claim from West Bend Insurance for alleged damages to their insured client's (Roger Rodewald) vehicle when it was struck by a City of Sheboygan squad car. No. 176-19-20 by City Clerk submitting a Summons and Complaint in the matter of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. vs. Ed Macias et al. Refer to Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety: No. 177-19-20 by City Clerk submitting various license applications. RESOLUTIONS Passed: No. 185-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Donohue supporting Wisconsin Assembly Bill 48 (AB 48). Motion by Wolf/Donohue to suspend the rules and adopt the Resolution. All ayes. No. 179-19-20 by Alderpersons Donohue and Wolf supporting our Hmong/Lao community and opposing federal deportation of Hmong/Leo residents to Laos. Motion by Donohue/Wolf to adopt Resolution. All ayes. No. 178-19-20 by Alderperson Ackley confirming the exercise of police power in making an assessment for those benefited properties against which assessments are proposed for the installation of new water main and/or laterals in Geele Avenue from Calumet Drive to N. 23rd Street. Motion by Wolf/Donohue to adopt Resolution. All ayes. Refer to Finance and Personnel: No. 186-19-20 by Alderpersons Donohue and Bohren providing for the sale of $3,100,000 Taxable Water Utility Revenue Bond Anticipation Notes, Series 2020B. No. 187-19-20 by Alderpersons Donohue and Bohren providing for the sale of $4,985,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2020A. No. 188-19-20 by Alderpersons Donohue and Bohren terminating the City of Sheboygan Tax Incremental District (TID) No. 11 and authorizing the Finance Director to distribute excess increment to overlying taxing districts. Refer to Public Works: No. 189-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute an Aquatic Management Services Agreement with Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC regarding the pond at the intersection of Weeden Creek Road and Moenning Road. No. 190-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into the 4th Revision to the State/Municipal Agreement with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for design and construction for the Sidewalk Gap Improvements. No. 191-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with northeast Asphalt, Inc. regarding tennis court reconstruction in Roosevelt Park located at 1103 Mead Avenue. No. 192-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to execute the Amendment to Management Services Agreement between the City of Sheboygan and EOS Recreation LLC regarding Quarry Park. No. 193-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Klunck Masonry, LLC for the 2020 Sidewalk Program. No. 194-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson declaring May 23, 2020 World Migratory Bird Day. No. 195-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with LeMahieu Tree Service for the complete removal of 80 trees and stumps and associated landscape restoration. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Passed: *No. 272-19-20 by Finance and Personnel Committee to whom was referred various claims; recommends filing all claims. *No. 273-19-20 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety Committee to whom was referred pursuant to R. O. No. 161-19-20 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends granting the licenses. * No. 274-19-20 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety Committee to whom was referred R. O. No. 167-19-20 by Chief of Police submitting the annual report of the Sheboygan Police Department for the year 2019; recommends filing the document. *No. 275-19-20 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety Committee to whom was referred pursuant to R. O. No. 169-19-20 by City Clerk submitting various license applications; recommends granting the licenses. *No. 276-19-20 by Licensing, Hearings, and Public Safety Committee to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL R. O. No. 170-19-20 by City Clerk submitting a license application for the period ending December 31, 2020 (Room to Breathe Massage & Wellness); recommends granting the license. *No. 280-19-20 by Public Works Committee to whom was referred Res. No. 180-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing accepting a Storm Sewer Easement (LTC); recommends adopting the Resolution. *No. 277-19-20 by Public Works Committee to whom was referred Res. No. 181-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to sign the Intergovernmental Agreement for Automated Side-Load Truck Training with the City of Green Bay; recommends adopting the Resolution. No. 278-19-20 by Public Works Committee to whom was referred Res. No. 182-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a Lease-Purchase Agreement with Bell Bank Equipment Finance to finance the purchase of a 2020 Vactor 2100i Vac Excavator Truck with 2020 Freightliner 114SD Chassis; recommends adopting the Resolution. Motion by Wolf/Sorenson to amend document with new lease agreement. All ayes. Motion by Wolf/Sorenson to adopt Resolution with new lease agreement. All ayes. *No. 279-19-20 by Public Works Committee to whom was referred Res. No. 183-19-20 by Alderpersons Wolf and Sorenson authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into a contract with Dorner, Inc. regarding street and utility replacement on Geele Avenue from Calumet Drive to N. 23rd Street and milling of Saemann Avenue from N. 21st Street to N. 25th Street; recommends adopting the Resolution. No. 281-19-20 by Finance and Personnel Committee to whom was referred DIRECT REFERRAL Res. No. 184-19-20 by Alderpersons Donohue and Bohren approving the FY 2020 One-Year Annual Action Plan for the Community Development Block Grant (CDGB) Program Submission; recommends adopting the Resolution with amendments. Motion by Donohue/Bohren to receive R. C. and adopt Substitute Resolution. All ayes. CLOSED SESSION Motion by Wolf/Donohue to convene in closed session pursuant to: (a) the exemption in sec. 19.85(1)(g), Wis. Stats., in order to confer with legal counsel for the City who is rendering oral advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is involved, to wit: discussion and possible action regarding assessment litigation relating to Wal-Mart, Sheboygan County Case Nos. 2017 CV 616, 2018 CV 441, and 2019 CV 444; and (b) the exemption in sec. 19.85(1)(d) , Wis. 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COUNTY OF MANITOWOC COUNTY CLERK 1010 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET MANITOWOC, WISCONSIN 54220 Telephone: 920-683-4004 NOTICE The Manitowoc County Board of Supervisors enacted Ordinance No. 2019/2020-69 Amending Zoning Map (JW Congregation Support Inc). This ordinance rezones approximately 160,187 square feet of land in the Town of Schleswig from Rural Residential (RR) to Commercial Business (CB) District. The Manitowoc County Board of Supervisors enacted Ordinance No. 2019/2020-70 Amending Zoning Map (James Lax). The ordinance rezones approximately 2.36 acre of land in the Town of Eaton from Exclusive Agriculture (EA) District to Rural Residential (RR) District. These ordinances were enacted at the March 24, 2020 County Board session. The full text of this ordinance may be obtained by calling the County Clerk at 920-683-4003; or accessed through the county's website at:www.manitowoc-county.com Respectfully submitted, Jessica Backus, County Clerk Run: March 28, 2020 WNAXLP


COUNTY OF OUTAGAMIE, WISCONSIN NOTICE OF BUDGET CHANGE Notice is hereby given that, under Section 65.90(5), Wis. Stats., the Outagamie County Board of Supervisors at its regular meeting held on February 25, 2020 did vote a change in the budget appropriations as follows: Cost Center Name Line Item Acc # Increase/(Decrease) Resolution No. 1472019-20 Register of Deeds Salaries 1007200.5100 14,750 Register of Deeds Fringe Benefits 1007200.5200 2,250 General Funds Applied Fund Balance Applied 1002223.8955 17,000 BALANCE SHEET ENTRY 2017 General Fund Committed Fund Balance for 1000000.3870 (17,000) Small Depts Vac/Sick Payouts General Fund Fund Balance Unassigned 1000000.3891 17,000 Given under my hand and seal this 16th day of March, 2020. \s\ Lori J. O'Bright, County Clerk Run: March 16, 2020 WNAXLP


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DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING Tuesday, February 11, 2020 Northcentral Technical College 1000 W. Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 Timberwolf Conference Center/D100 The Northcentral Technical College District Board of Trustees met on February 11, 2020 at the Wausau Campus. Chairperson Paul Proulx called the meeting to order at 1:05 p.m. Roll Call: Felch, Lo, Paulson, Proulx, Risley-Gray, Smith, Volpe The following items were approved: A. Dale Smith moved and Ruth Risley-Gray seconded approval of the Northcentral Technical College Board meeting minutes from the January 14, 2020 Board of Trustees meeting. Motion carried unanimously. B. Approval of 2020-2021 Tentative Capital Budget Roxanne Lutgen 1. Continued Discussion on Industry 4.0 Lori Weyers + Darren Ackley Charlie Paulson moved and Lee Lo seconded Northcentral Technical College District Board approval of the 2020-2021 Tentative Capital Budget not to exceed the $12,150,000 capital expenditures budget, funded through capital borrowings of $11,500,000, fund balance of $0, anticipated donations of $400,000, and anticipated grants of $250,000, including identified items exceeding $50,000. Motion carried unanimously. C. Maria Volpe moved and Lee Lo seconded Northcentral Technical College Board approval of the Consent Voting Agenda including: a. Receipts + Expenditures b. Personnel Changes Motion carried unanimously. The following reports were heard: A. President's Report a. Strategic Plan Update Vicki Jeppesen b. Legislative Updates c. Comments from Informational Update B. Chairperson's Report a. Spring 2020 Board Appointment Update b. March Board Meeting Date i. Will be rescheduled to March 10th from March 3rd c. WTC DBA Spring Meeting April 2-4, 2020 (Milwaukee, WI) C. Information a. Quarterly Dashboard b. Advisory Meeting Minutes c. Upcoming Meetings/Event d. Good News CLOSED SESSION (2:08 p.m.) A. Paul Proulx moved and Dale Smith seconded with unanimous approval to adjourn the Board into Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes Section 19.85(1)(e)(g) for the purpose of: a. Approval of the January 14, 2020 Closed Session Minutes b. Update regarding competitive servicing arrangement c. Update on potential litigation Roll Call: Felch, Lo, Paulson, Risley-Gray, Smith, Volpe, Proulx OPEN SESSION A. Paul Proulx 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: Felch, Lo, Paulson, Risley-Gray, Smith, Volpe, Proulx MEETING ADJOURN By consensus the meeting adjourned at 2:36 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Charlie Paulson, Secretary/Treasurer Northcentral Technical College District Board of Trustees Note: Meetings of the Northcentral Technical College District Board are held in compliance with Wisconsin's "Open Meetings Law". Mission: Northcentral Technical College provides high-quality, learner and employer focused, educational pathways committed to enriching lives and strengthening the economy. Run: March 12, 2020 WNAXLP


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ELECTION NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the public test of the Image Cast Evolution (ICE) voting equipment to be used by the City of Neenah and the City of Menasha for the April 7, 2020 Spring Election & Presidential Preference Primary will be conducted on March 30, 2020 at the following times and locations: City of Neenah, 9:00 a.m., Neenah City Hall, 211 Walnut Street; City of Menasha, 9:00 a.m., Menasha City Center, 100 Main Street, Suite 200. This public test is open to the general public. Patricia A. Sturn, City Clerk, City of Neenah Deborah A. Galeazzi, City Clerk, City of Menasha Run: March 26, 2020 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 April 7, 2020 Spring Election & Presidential Preference Primary will be conducted on April 4, 2020 at the following time and location: City of Neenah, 10:00 a.m., Neenah City Hall, 211 Walnut Street; This public test is open to the general public. Patricia A. Sturn, City Clerk, City of Neenah Publish: April 2, 2020 WNAXLP


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EXHIBIT A NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF: Moraine Park Technical College District, Wisconsin NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the District Board of the above-named District, at a meeting duly called and held on March 18, 2020, adopted pursuant to the provisions of Section 67.12(12) of the Wisconsin Statutes, a resolution providing that the sum of $490,000 be borrowed through the issuance of general obligation promissory notes of the District for the public purpose of financing building remodeling and improvement projects. A copy of said resolution is on file in the District Office, 235 North National Avenue, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and is available for public inspection weekdays, except holidays, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. The District Board need not submit said resolution to the electors for approval unless within 30 days after the publication of this Notice there is filed with the Secretary of the District Board a petition meeting the standards set forth in Sec. 67.12(12)(e)5., Wis. Stats., requesting a referendum thereon at a special election. Dated March 18, 2020. BY ORDER OF THE DISTRICT BOARD District Secretary Run: March 27, 2020 WNAXLP


EXHIBIT B NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF: Moraine Park Technical College District, Wisconsin NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the District Board of the above-named District, at a meeting duly called and held on March 18, 2020, adopted pursuant to the provisions of Section 67.12(12) of the Wisconsin Statutes, a resolution providing that the sum of $875,000 be borrowed through the issuance of general obligation promissory notes of the District for the public purpose of financing the acquisition of movable equipment. A copy of said resolution is on file in the District Office, 235 North National Avenue, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and is available for public inspection weekdays, except holidays, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. The District Board need not submit said resolution to the electors for approval unless within 30 days after the publication of this Notice there is filed with the Secretary of the District Board a petition meeting the standards set forth in Sec. 67.12(12)(e)5., Wis. Stats., requesting a referendum thereon at a special election. Dated March 18, 2020. BY ORDER OF THE DISTRICT BOARD District Secretary Run: March 27, 2020 WNAXLP


EXHIBIT B NOTICE OF ELECTION SCHOOL DISTRICT OF OOSTBURG APRIL 7, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in the School District of Oostburg on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, the following question will be submitted to a vote of the people: "Shall the School District of Oostburg, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin be authorized to issue pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes, general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $7,500,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of a school building and improvement program at Oostburg High School consisting of: renovations and remodeling for a theater in the current gymnasium location and expansion of the library and cafeteria/kitchen; construction of an addition for a new gymnasium, fitness/weight room and classrooms; updates to the office and entry to enhance safety and security; building infrastructure and site improvements; and acquisition of furnishings, fixtures and equipment?" A copy of the entire text of the resolution directing submission of the question set forth above to the electorate and information concerning District boundaries can be obtained from the District Clerk at the School District offices located at 410 New York Avenue, Oostburg, Wisconsin. Acceptable photo ID will be required to vote at this election. If you do not have a photo ID you may obtain a free ID for voting from the Division of Motor Vehicles. Persons with questions regarding the referendum election should contact Kevin S. Bruggink, District Administrator. Done in the School District of Oostburg on March 10, 2020 Wendy Den Boer District Clerk Run: March 10, 2020 WNAXLP


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February 19, 2020 Luxemburg, -Casco School District Regular School Board Meeting Intermediate Conference Room The meeting was called to order at 7:00 P.M. by President Mike Driedric. Also attending were board members Tim Kinnard, Dave Delain, Cary Dequaine, Linda Jonet and Chris Worachek. Bob Berceau was an excused absence. Administrative staff members present included Glenn Schlender, Troy Haws, Todd Chandler, Pete Kline, Tara Zeal, Jolene Hussong, Mike Snowberry and Jenny Bandow. Rebecca Dobbe was an excused absence. Also attending was the attached list of attendees. Mike Driedric opened the meeting with attendees reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Tim Kinnard motioned and Cary Dequaine seconded the motion to approve the agenda as presented. Motion passed 6-0. The next meeting dates of March 18th, April 15th, and May 20 were announced. All upcoming meetings will be held in the Intermediate Conference room starting at 7:00P.M. Open Forum: None. Board/Administration Opening Comments: Tim Kinnard said he was reminded that property adjacent to the sports complex was still available if the district had interest in buying the land. Glenn Schlender commented that St. Mary Parish might want to use district facilities for funeral services if available. Mike Driedric commented on the success of the open house for the new gym and wrestling room. Tim Kinnard mentioned he heard concerns over the limited number of shower stalls in the locker rooms. Chris Worachek commented on the news report of the new school store. Cary Dequaine motioned and Linda Jonet seconded to approve the January 15, 2020 minutes of the Finance Committee meeting minutes, the January 1 5, 2020 Regular Board meeting, and Executive Session minutes and the January 28, 2020 minutes of the Curriculum & Policy Committee. The motion passed 6-0. Chris Worachek motioned and Linda Jonet seconded to accept the financial statements as presented. Motion passed 6-0. Linda Jonet motioned and Cary Dequaine seconded to accept the monthly bills and receipts as presented. Motion passed 6-0. Discussion Items: Karen Kerber of Kerber & Rose presented the results of the 2019 financial audit. There were no unusual issues found during the audit. Nia DuBois presented a quarterly report of police liaison activity. Paul Charles of Rhyme presented a report and update on the district RFP process and results of the district copiers. Mike Snowberry presented an update on the status of an altemative high school. Glenn Schlender led a discussion of the process to be used for the proposed new Agri-Science building. Mike Frailing presented an update on the status of the building referendum construction. Administrative Reports: See attached reports. Student Representative Madelyn Leppiaho reported on the Sting Cancer fund raising event, the success of the dance team at state competition, and the basketball games being held in the new gym. Board Reports/Action Items Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Cary Dequaine approve the 2019 District Audit Report as presented. Motion passed 6 -0. Consideration of the scope of phases one and two of the proposed field turf project, including possible track upgrades. Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Linda Jonet to table the project until more information could be provided. Motion passed on a 6-0 vote. Consideration of endorsing the fundraising efforts for the proposed field turf project. Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Chris Worachek to endorse fundraising efforts. Motion passed 6-0. Consideration of a district contribution of $150,000 toward the field turf project to be earmarked for a concussion pad if a turf field is installed. Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Chris Worachek to approve the money. Motion passed 5-1 with Linda Jonet voting No. Consideration of establishing a policy related to naming rights for district facilities. Motion by Chris Worachek and seconded by Tim Kinnard to have Glenn Schlender and Jenny Bandow to work with the Curriculum and Policy Committee to develop a policy. Motion passed on a 6-0 vote. Consideration of a revised school start/end time for the 2020-2021 school year. Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Cary Dequaine to approve the new start and end times. Motion passed 6-0. Consideration of determining the specifications, bidding process, and construction management process for the proposed Agri-Science building. Motion by Chris Worachek and seconded by Tim Kinnard to have the district investigate options available. Buildings and Grounds Committee to help plan the process. Motion passed 6-0. Consideration of approving the 2020-2021 CESA 8 contract. Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Cary Dequaine to approve the contract. Motion passed 6-0. Consideration of Resignations/ Retirements Motion by Cary Dequaine and seconded by Linda Jonet to approve the following resignations/retirements: Tom Giachino, high school special ed teacher, Ron Larson, high school librarian, Fran Charles, District Administrative Assistant/Payroll Clerk/Transportation Coordinator. A special thank you to these for their many years of service to the district. Also approved was Katie Schaus, assistant varsity volleyball coach. Motion passed 6-0. Consideration of Employment Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Cary Dequaine to hire the following individuals: Kiley VandenPlas, 5th grade ELA, Aaron Dobbe, JV2 baseball coach, and Trey Alsteen, primary school part time night cleaner. Motion passed 6-0. Consideration of motion to adjourn to closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(l)(c) to consider employment, promotion, compensation, or performance evaluation data of employees over which the board has jurisdiction and exercises responsibility. To wit: An update on certain previously expelled students and preliminary discussion of a pending certified staff personnel matter. Motion by Linda Jonet and seconded by Cary Dequaine. Motion passed at 9:30 P.M. on a vote of 6-0. Closed Session Minutes attached. Reconvened to Open Session on a motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Chris Worachek. Motion passed 6O at 10:14 P.M. Motion by Tim Kinnard and seconded by Linda Jonet to take no action related to the closed session consideration. Motion Passed 6-0. Motion by Tin Kinnard and seconded by Linda Jonet to adjourn. Motion passed on a roll call vote at 10: 17 P.M. Respectfully Submitted, David Delain, Clerk 3-18-2020 Run: March 21, 2020 WNAXLP


FEBRUARY 25, 2020 Regular meeting of the Common Council was called to order by Council President Tom Witzel at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall. PRESENT: Mike Feirer, Nick Poeschel, Chris Jockheck, Ken Bargender, Steve Mac Swain, Tom Witzel, Adam Fischer, Rebecca Spiros, Tom Buttke and Peter Hendler. EXCUSED: None The flag was saluted and the pledge given. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD None CC20-022 Motion by Feirer, second by Hendler to approve the minutes of the Common Council meeting of February 11, 2020. Ayes - 10 Motion carried STAFF UPDATES Aquatic Center Project update from Justin Casperson, Parks and Recreation Director. - Fundraising is at $1.26 million. Goal is $3 million. - 98% done with Engineering & Architectural services. - Still working with Marshfield Utilities on any potential cost sharing with both projects potentially working together in close proximity. - Things are moving along nicely. The active fundraising group is out in the community and anyone interested in donating to this project can contact the foundation or Justin. Communications Committee update from Tom Loucks, Communications Director. - Developing a consistent use of the City's logo. - New City website will debut in late spring, early summer. - Marshfield Media Access Platform (Meet and Greet, Website, Monthly Programs, etc.) - Weekly newsletter. - Developing a new monthly Communications newsletter. - Communication Plan for 2020-2024 is in development. - Video Production (YouTube, Facebook, TV). - Online workflow systems used by the Communications Department, which has every project and future project on an online dashboard. - Ongoing marketing efforts for the new pool. - List of Goals MAYOR'S COMMENTS None COUNCIL COMMENTS Alderperson Witzel announced that Cabin Fever Fest and the Marshfield Cultural Fair would be held on Saturday, February 29th. REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES None CONSENT AGENDA CC20-023 Motion by Buttke, second by Feirer to receive and place on file, approving all recommended actions for the items listed on the consent agenda. Meeting Minutes/Reports: University Commission of November 14 2019; Library Personnel Committee of January 7, 2020; Central Wisconsin State Fair Board of January 20, 2020; Library Board of January 21, 2020; Airport Committee of February 6, 2020; Marshfield Utility Commission of February 10, 2020; Parks, Recreation & Forestry Committee of February 12, 2020; Board of Public Works of February 17, 2020 (1. Approve purchase of replacement scoreboards (4) for City athletic fields; 2. Award bid for engineering services for Mannville lift station improvements; 3. Award bid for fire station alerting system replacement project; and 4. Award bid for 2020 mowing/weed trimming contract portions of Veteran's Parkway and Mill Creek Business Park); Judiciary & License Committee of February 18, 2020; and Finance, Budget and Personnel Committee of February 18, 2020 (1. Approve temporary letter of agreement with the police union residency; and 2. Approve removal of City Policy 3.590 Employee assistance program. The existing program would continue. The proposal is to eliminate the policy.). Alderperson Fischer removed the Plan Commission minutes of February 18, 2020 from the consent agenda. Vote on motion CC20-023. Ayes - 10 Motion carried Alderperson Fischer spoke about the Plan Commission meeting of February 18th, specifically changing the ordinance referring to Airbnb's. A motion was made at the Plan Commission meeting but the vote failed, without any discussion. The City's current ordinance is not in compliance with State Statute so it needs to be addressed. CC20-024 Motion by Fischer, second by Mac Swain to direct staff to prepare an ordinance for Common Council consideration but have it go to the Plan Commission first so that they can give some recommendations on this. Ayes 10 Motion carried CC20-025 Motion by Fischer, second by Hendler to approve the minutes of the Plan Commission meeting of February 18, 2020. Ayes 10 Motion carried First reading of Ordinance No. 1427, request by Dean Schiller to rezone property located at 909 West Adler Road (Parcel 33-03307B) from "SR-4" Single Family Residential to "TR-6" Two Family Residential. First reading of Ordinance No. 1428, request by Unified School District of Marshfield to adopt a five-year Campus Master Plan for Marshfield Middle School that describes the existing conditions and future planned developments, located at 900 & 1010 East 4th Street (parcel 33-00186) and vacant parcel on East 8th Street (parcel 33-00189). CC20-026 Motion by Buttke, second by Hendler to approve Budget Resolution No. 02-2020, transferring $15,000 within the Economic Development fund, from Fund Balance Applied to Contribution, for the purpose of making an incentive payment related to a development project located in TIF District #7. Ayes - 10 Motion carried CC20-027 Motion by Feirer, second by Hendler to refer the McCow, LLC annexation petition to the Plan Commission for review and recommendation on the annexation request and permanent zoning. Ayes 10 Motion carried CC20-028 Motion by Jockheck, second by Poeschel to set the annexation fee at $800. Ayes 10 Motion carried CC20-029 Motion by Jockheck, second by Hendler to approve the 5-year Financial Management Plan. Ayes 10 Motion carried CC20-030 Motion by Fischer, second by Buttke to approve the appointment of Pete Lotzer of 1209 E. 25th Street to the Communications Committee. Ayes 10 Motion carried CC20-031 Motion by Poeschel, second by Feirer to adjourn to closed session pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 19.85(1)(g), "Conferring with legal counsel for the governmental body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved." Possible litigation related to contracted services Roll call vote, Ayes - 10. (Time: 6:57 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Jockheck, Bargender, Mac Swain, Witzel, Fischer, Spiros, Buttke, and Hendler, City Administrator Barg, City Attorney Wolfgram, and City Clerk Hall. CC20-032 Motion by Bargender, second by Buttke to return to open session. Roll call vote, Ayes 9; Nay 1 (Jockheck). (Time: 7:35 p.m.) Motion carried No action was taken in open session regarding the closed session item. Future Agenda Items None Motion by Bargender, second by Fischer to adjourn the meeting at 7:36 p.m. Motion carried Deb M. Hall City Clerk Run: March 14, 2020 WNAXLP


Filed 03-09-2020 Sheboygan County Clerk of Circuit Court 20220CV000010 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT SHEBOYGAN COUNTY BMO HARRIS BANK, N.A., as successor to M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank, 111 West Monroe Street, 4th Floor Chicago, IL 60603, Plaintiff, VS. JOSE A. GUTIERREZ and UNKNOW SPOUSE of Jose A. Gutierrez, 1310 South 16th Street Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081; and SHEBOYGAN COUNTY, c/o County Clerk 508 New York Avenue Room 129 Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081, Defendants. Case No. 2020CV000010 Code No. 30404 Foreclosure of Mortgage Dollar Amount Greater Than $10,000.00 FORTY DAY SUMMONS THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, TO: JOSE A. GUTIERREZ and UNKNOWN SPOUSE of Jose A. Gutierrez, 1310 South 16th Street Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081 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 upon you, states the nature and basis of the legal action. Within 40 days after March 13, 2020, 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: Clerk of Circuit Court Sheboygan County Courthouse 615 North 6th Street Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081 and to O'Dess and Associates, S.C., Plaintiffs attorneys, whose address is: O'Dess and Associates, S.C. 1414 Underwood Avenue, Suite 403 Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53213 You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you do not provide a proper answer within 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. O'DESS AND ASSOCIATES, S.C. Attorneys for Plaintiff By:/s/ M. ABIGAIL O'DESS Bar Code No. 1017869 POST OFFICE ADDRESS: 1414 Underwood Avenue, Suite 403 Wauwatosa, WI 53213 (414) 727-1591 O'Dess and Associates, S.C., is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. If you have previously received a Chapter 7 Discharge in Bankruptcy, this correspondence should not be construed as an attempt to collect a debt. Run: March 13, 20, 27, 2020 WNAXLP


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FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin February 10, 2020 CONVENE - Call to Order, Roll Call, Establish Quorum, Moment of Reflection/ Pledge of Allegiance The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by President Uselmann at 5:30 p.m. ROLL CALL - Members present: Breister, Jones, Jurgella, Strand, Teifke, Walk, Uselmann. Administrative Staff members present: Sebert, Gerlach, Noonan, Simon, Snyder, Williams, Scottberg. A Moment of Reflection preceded the Pledge. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by the following STEM Academy students: Noah Thomas, Chase Lepine, Molli Keenan, and Tayden Friess. The students were accompanied by Principal Tim Scottberg and teacher Carlie Stigler. Following the Pledge, the students shared information about creating their projects focused on the arc (theme) of health. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ COMMUNICATIONS President Uselmann announced that following the regular meeting the Board will convene in a workshop to discuss delinquent meal account balances. AUDIENCE TO VISITORS AND DELEGATIONS None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA MOTION BY Breister, seconded Walk to approve the consent agenda as follows: A. Approval of Minutes: 1. January 6, 2020 Board of Education Special Meeting and Executive Session as presented. 2. January 13, 2020 Board of Education Regular Meeting as presented. 3. January 27, 2020 Board of Education Regular Meeting and Executive Session as presented. B. Business Services Approvals: 1. January Financial Statement - Accepted and its publication authorized. 2. Current Expenses To approve bills of the Board of Education in the amount of $13,167,061.08 and to have warrants drawn for their payment. C. Human Resources Approval: 1. Retirement - Donna Waldon, kindergarten teacher at Waters Elementary School, effective June 5, 2020. MOTION CARRIED, ayes seven. BOARD/ ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS Superintendent Acuity Grant Highlights from 2019 Recipients - Two of last year's Acuity Grant recipients highlighted innovative efforts for students as a result of these funds. Mrs. Heather Meier shared information about the "Vision 360 Learning Lab" at Riverside and Mrs. Kelly Palomeque highlighted "Riverside Rocket Readers Blast Off at Home!" Notification of FHS Auto 2 Class Trip to the Universal Technical Institute (UTI) and the Chicago Auto Show, February 12, 2020 - Dr. Sebert informed the Board of the class trip he approved for the FHS Auto 2 classes to visit the Universal Technical Institute (UTI) and Chicago Auto Show. UTI is nationally recognized as a leader in the automotive field. Notification of Cardinal Skippers Trip to Mason, Ohio, February 28 March 1, 2020 - Dr. Sebert notified the Board that he approved for the Cardinal Skippers to compete in Mason, Ohio, February 28 - March 1, 2020. Notification of FHS Senior Class Trip to Great America, Gurnee, Illinois, May 16-17, 2020 - Dr. Sebert informed the Board of the trip he approved for the FHS senior class trip to Six Flags Great America on May 16-17, 2020. Notification of FHS Adventure Education and Outdoor Pursuits Trip to Buena Vista, Colorado, August 1-6, 2020 - Dr. Sebert shared with the Board that he approved the trip for the FHS Adventure Leadership Outdoor Pursuits class trip to Buena Vista, Colorado, for a climbing, rafting, adventure park, and day hiking experience, from August 1-6, 2020. Facilities Referendum Planning Dr. Sebert reported that bids for Chegwin and Waters were due on February 7 and Pier and Theisen bids are due on February 11. A work phasing meeting was held on February 10. Board Members Student/Staff Activities - Board members shared recent District activities/events they have attended. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATE MATTERS None. AUDIENCE TO VISITORS AND DELEGATIONS None. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Jurgella, seconded Walk that the Board of Education adjourn the regular meeting and convene in a workshop to discuss delinquent meal account balances. MOTION CARRIED, ayes seven. The regular meeting adjourned at 5:52 p.m. WORKSHOP CALL TO ORDER A workshop of the Board of Education was called to order by President Uselmann at 5:57 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Breister, Jones, Jurgella, Strand, Teifke, Walk, Uselmann. Administrative Staff members present: Sebert, Gerlach, Noonan, Simon, Snyder, Williams. DISCUSS DELINQUENT MEAL ACCOUNT BALANCES - The Board discussed delinquent meal account balances in the District. ADJOURNMENT - MOTION BY Walk, seconded Jurgella the Board of Education adjourn the workshop. MOTION CARRIED, ayes seven. The workshop adjourned at 6:52 p.m. Monica M. Walk, Secretary/Clerk Run: March 12, 2020 WNAXLP


FOND DU LAC BOARD OF EDUCATION 72 West Ninth Street Fond du Lac, Wisconsin February 24, 2020 CONVENE Call to Order, Roll Call, Establish Quorum, Moment of Reflection/ Pledge of Allegiance. The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by President Uselmann at 5:30 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Breister, Jones, Jurgella, Strand, Teifke, Walk, Uselmann. Administrative Staff members present: Sebert, Gerlach, Moder, Noonan, Simon, Snyder, Williams. A Moment of Reflection preceded the Pledge. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was led by students from Evans Elementary School: Shelby Lange, Mason Scot, Chase Westphal, Makayla McKormack, Anna Kawleski, and Grant Wilhelme. The students were accompanied by their classroom teacher, Mary Costello and Evans principal, Amy Rettler. Following the Pledge, the students gave a presentation on their snowball throwing celebration campaign. ANNOUNCEMENTS/ COMMUNICATIONS Fondy Pride Award - The Board recognized Fond du Lac High School's Brady Buss on his second place finish at the Vegas Shoot, the world's largest indoor archery tournament. National School Breakfast Week March 2-6, 2020- Board President Linda Uselmann read a proclamation from State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor. This proclamation recognizes the significant contributions of school nutrition staff and the importance of a nutritious, well-balanced school breakfast to the health, well-being, and the education of children. Executive Session - Following adjournment of the regular meeting, the Board will convene in an executive session to consider a student expulsion as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(a) and (f). AUDIENCE TO VISITORS AND DELEGATIONS - Sue Heitzman, 209 E. Division Street, presented the Board members with Fond du Lac High School Good News Cards. Dannie Mor spoke regarding yoga. Ashley Hietpas, music teacher, thanked the Board for the Acuity Grant she was given for her Classroom Piano Lab. APPROVAL OF CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA MOTION BY Breister, seconded Jurgella to approve the consent agenda as follows: A. Human Resources Approvals: 1. Resignation Andrew Harder, technology education teacher at Sabish Middle School, effective February 18, 2020. 2. Letter of Temporary Substitute Employment Victoria Shumpert, 1.0 FTE Grade 2 teacher at Pier Elementary School, at Level 1, effective February 13, 2020. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTIONS None. BOARD / ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS BUSINESS SERVICES 2018-19 District Audit Overview Mike Gerlach, Director of Business Services, walked the Board through the District Audit from last school year. We are pleased to be in excellent financial shape. The Board acknowledged receipt of the 2018-19 audit. SUPERINTENDENT Highlights from 2019 Acuity Grant Recipients The Board had the good fortune of hearing from two more of last year's grant recipients as this year's deadline for 2020 submissions approaches: Robin Maramonte is grateful for a grant allowing for the purchase of 19,000 books to be shared among 19 4K Classroom Libraries. Greg Staerzl shared information on the Glowforge Laser Engraver/Cutter he was able to purchase for the Tech Ed classes at Fond du Lac High School Coffee with the Superintendent And CI Discussion Group Our second Coffee with the Superintendent was held on Friday, February 21, at Pier. Dr. Sebert provided an overview of that as well as mentioning the second Continuous Improvement Plan Discussion Group scheduled for staff on February 25 that will focus on the referendum. Facilities Referendum Planning Dr. Sebert highlighted the meeting on Friday, February 21, that provided further clarity into the work that is scheduled to begin in March for the Phase 1 schools. BOARD MEMBERS Student / Staff Activities Linda Uselmann, Susan Jones, and Monica Walk shared information about activities at some of our schools. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATE MATTERS None. AUDIENCE TO VISITORS AND DELEGATIONS None. ADJOURNMENT TO AN EXECUTIVE SESSION MOTION BY Jurgella, seconded Teifke to adjourn the regular meeting and convene in an executive session to consider a student expulsion as provided for in Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(1)(a) and (f): "(a) Deliberating concerning a case which was the subject of any judicial or quasi-judicial trial or hearing before that governmental body." "(f) Considering financial, medical, social, or personal histories or disciplinary data of specific persons, preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems or the investigation of charges against specific persons except where par. (b) applies which, if discussed in public, would be likely to have a substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of any person referred to in such histories or data, or involved in such problems or investigations." MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7. The regular meeting adjourned at 6:26 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION CALL TO ORDER An executive session of the Board of Education was called to order by President Uselmann at 6:36 p.m. ROLL CALL Members present: Breister, Jones, Jurgella, Strand, Teifke, Walk, Uselmann. Administrative Staff members present: Sebert, Moder. CONSIDER STUDENT EXPULSIONS The Board considered a student expulsion. As a result of a hearing conducted on February 24, 2020 and pursuant to the Order of the Independent Hearing Officer, MOTION BY Jurgella, seconded Jones that the Board of Education affirm the expulsion order for: Student Expulsion #8, Fond du Lac High School, 2019-20. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY Jones, seconded Uselmann to adjourn the executive session. MOTION CARRIED, ayes 7. The executive session adjourned at 7:00 p.m. Monica M. Walk, Secretary/Clerk Run: March 12, 2020 WNAXLP


Fond du Lac County Wisconsin Notice of Public Test NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the public test of the voting equipment, to be used at the Presidential Preference Vote, Nonpartisan office & Referendum on Tuesday April 7, 2020 will be conducted at the Empire town hall, W3675 4th Street Road, Fond du Lac, Wi. at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. As per Chapter 5, Sec. 5.84 Wisconsin Statutes, this test is open to the public. Michael Morgan Town Clerk Run: March 25, 2020 WNAXLP


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FOR SALE Offers are now being accepted for the purchase of the real estate at N1591 County Road B, Kewaunee, WI 54216 in the Town of Carlton, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, consisting of approximately 120 acres (approximately 80 of which are tillable acres) including barn and outbuildings. [Tax parcel numbers 31 004 17.07, 31 004 17.08, and 31 004 17.10] Sealed offers must be submitted on the blank Offer to Purchase form which is available from the Sellers' attorney. Property is sold "as is," payment in full is required on closing, closing is to be on or before April 9, 2020, and occupancy will be on closing. Completed offers in sealed envelopes must be received by Sellers' attorney before close of business on March 30, 2020. Sealed bids will be opened by the Sellers, and the successful bid will be determined, on April 1, 2020 at 4 p.m. Sellers reserve the right to reject any and all offers. To obtain an Offer to Purchase and Instructions, please send a written request, along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, to: WOLSKE LAW OFFICE 510 Main Street P.O. Box 146 Kewaunee, WI 54216 Run: March 15, 22, 29, 2020 WNAXLP


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Meeting Minutes February 18, 2020 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin, Room A137. Chair Patricia Van Ryzin called the meeting to order at 4:02 p.m. Board members present were: Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Francisco Henriquez, Justin Krueger, Dawn Rosicky, Charles Spoehr, Jr., Chris VanderHeyden, John Weyenberg, Patricia Van Ryzin; Absent: Stephen Kohler Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Susan May; Administrators: Dr. Chris Matheny, Deb Gorman, Troy Kohl, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Scott Borley, Becky Boulanger, Gary Brilowski, Beth Burns, Barb Dreger, Kim Fenske, Nicole Glisczinski, George Hoppen, Chris Jossart, Susan Kaufman, Dr. Jennifer Lanter, Susan Lucius, Susan McDermott, Dr. Lori Nagel, Dr. Kim Olson, Andrea Oman, Andy Rinke, Faith Schiedermayer, John Sorenson, Steve Straub, Dale Walker, Laura Waurio, Melissa Widmann, Mark Wildenberg, Michele Zick; Guests: Charles Dreher, Mary Hansen, Sharron Huss, Connor Jackson, Mark Lorge, Justin Skubal, Alexandria Stephens; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee DeVooght Blaney to approve the agenda for the February 18, 2020, meeting as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee VanderHeyden to approve the minutes of the January 21, 2020, Regular Board meeting. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to approve the minutes of the February 5, 2020, Board Retreat. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to approve the following Consent Agenda items. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 8 Ayes: Trustees DeVooght Blaney, Henriquez, Krueger, Rosicky, Spoehr, VanderHeyden, Weyenberg, and Van Ryzin. 1 Absent: Kohler. - Contract Training & Technical Assistance Monthly Activity Summary - New Academic Programs Under Development - Major Curriculum Modifications for Academic Year 2020-21 - Grant Proposals Submitted in January 2020 - Personnel Report - Budget Variance Analysis - Expenditures > $2,500 for Month of January - IFB #20012 Exterior Lighting at Public Safety Training Center - IFB #20022 Roof Replacement Agriculture Center Area B There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair Van Ryzin declared that the meeting was adjourned. The time was 5:34 p.m. Run: March 20, 2020 WNAXLP


FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Meeting Minutes February 18, 2020 The Fox Valley Technical College District Board held its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin, Room A137. Chair Patricia Van Ryzin called the meeting to order at 4:02 p.m. Board members present were: Tammie DeVooght Blaney, Francisco Henriquez, Justin Krueger, Dawn Rosicky, Charles Spoehr, Jr., Chris VanderHeyden, John Weyenberg, Patricia Van Ryzin; Absent: Stephen Kohler Others present included: FVTC President: Dr. Susan May; Administrators: Dr. Chris Matheny, Deb Gorman, Troy Kohl, Amy Van Straten; FVTC Staff: Scott Borley, Becky Boulanger, Gary Brilowski, Beth Burns, Barb Dreger, Kim Fenske, Nicole Glisczinski, George Hoppen, Chris Jossart, Susan Kaufman, Dr. Jennifer Lanter, Susan Lucius, Susan McDermott, Dr. Lori Nagel, Dr. Kim Olson, Andrea Oman, Andy Rinke, Faith Schiedermayer, John Sorenson, Steve Straub, Dale Walker, Laura Waurio, Melissa Widmann, Mark Wildenberg, Michele Zick; Guests: Charles Dreher, Mary Hansen, Sharron Huss, Connor Jackson, Mark Lorge, Justin Skubal, Alexandria Stephens; Recorder: Sarah Bingham A motion was made by Trustee DeVooght Blaney to approve the agenda for the February 18, 2020, meeting as presented. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee VanderHeyden to approve the minutes of the January 21, 2020, Regular Board meeting. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. A motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to approve the minutes of the February 5, 2020, Board Retreat. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Following review, a motion was made by Trustee Weyenberg to approve the following Consent Agenda items. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried with 8 Ayes: Trustees DeVooght Blaney, Henriquez, Krueger, Rosicky, Spoehr, VanderHeyden, Weyenberg, and Van Ryzin. 1 Absent: Kohler. - Contract Training & Technical Assistance Monthly Activity Summary - New Academic Programs Under Development - Major Curriculum Modifications for Academic Year 2020-21 - Grant Proposals Submitted in January 2020 - Personnel Report - Budget Variance Analysis - Expenditures > $2,500 for Month of January - IFB #20012 Exterior Lighting at Public Safety Training Center - IFB #20022 Roof Replacement Agriculture Center Area B There being no further business to come before the District Board, Chair Van Ryzin declared that the meeting was adjourned. The time was 5:34 p.m. Run: March 20, 2020 WNAXLP


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In the Matter of the Trust created by John H. Steinbring and Sandra L. Steinbring. John H. Steinbring, whose date of birth was July 1, 1929 and date of death was November 19, 2019, and Sandra Steinbring, whose date of birth was July 26, 1939 and date of death was September 1, 2019, both died domiciled in Fond du Lac County, State of Wisconsin, with a post office address of 610 Liberty Street, Ripon, Wisconsin 54971. In accordance with Section 701.0508 of the Wisconsin Statutes, please take notice that all creditors' claims must be filed with the trustee of the above-named Trust on or before July 11, 2020, at the following address: John H. Steinbring and Sandra L. Steinbring Joint Revocable Trust dated 12-31-15; von Briesen & Roper, s.c.; 411 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 1000, Milwaukee, WI 53202. Run: March 11, 18, 25, 2020 WNAXLP


IN THE MATTER OF: THE DISSOLUTION OF JCK CONDOMINIUM STORAGE, LLP., A WISCONSIN LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP Pursuant to Section 178.0808 Wis. Stats. JCK Condominium Storage, LLP, a Wisconsin Limited Liability Partnership ("Partnership") hereby provides NOTICE of the following to all persons with claims or potential claims against the Partnership or its directors, officers, or partners; a) The Partnership was administratively dissolved through the Department of Financial Institutions, effective January 16, 2020. b) A claim may be filed care of Umentum & Kimps, S.C., 414 South Jefferson Street, P.O. Box 1115, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54305-1115 c) In filing a claim, a claimant must describe the claim, including the date of the claim, the nature of the claim, and the amount of the claim d) A claim against the Partnership or its directors, officers, or partners is barred unless a proceeding to enforce the claim is brought within two years after the publication date of this Notice. By: UMENTUM & KIMPS, S.C. Attorney Paul P. Umentum Attorney for JCK Condominium Storage LLP Bar Number: 1001107 Phone Number: (920) 593-2646 Run: March 19, 2020 WNAXLP


INVITATION FOR BID IFB #20049 Underdrains and Grass Planting for PSTC Outdoor Range This project will be awarded to a landscape contractor to furnish all labor, equipment, materials, tools, supplies, and services required to provide excavating of underground drain pipes, trench drains and planting of airport mix grass seed at our 300- and 100-yard outdoor firearms training range at Fox Valley Technical College's Public Safety Training Center, which is located at W6400 County Road BB in Appleton, WI 54914. Bid documents can be obtained at www.DemandStar.com at NO CHARGE. For DemandStar registration information, email purchasing@fvtc.edu. Bid documents will be posted by April 9, 2020. All Fox Valley Technical College facilities are closed, and faculty and staff are working remotely. To learn more, please visit: www.fvtc.edu/CoronaVirus-COVID-19. A pre-bid meeting will not be held at the Public Safety Training Center. Please contact Amy M. at 920-993-5127 or purchasing@fvtc.edu with any questions. Run: April 3 & 9, 2020 WNAXLP


INVITATION FOR BID IFB #20049 Underdrains and Grass Planting for PSTC Outdoor Range This project will be awarded to a landscape contractor to furnish all labor, equipment, materials, tools, supplies, and services required to provide excavating of underground drain pipes, trench drains and planting of airport mix grass seed at our 300- and 100-yard outdoor firearms training range at Fox Valley Technical College's Public Safety Training Center, which is located at W6400 County Road BB in Appleton, WI 54914. Bid documents can be obtained at www.DemandStar.com at NO CHARGE. For DemandStar registration information, email purchasing@fvtc.edu. Bid documents will be posted by April 9, 2020. All Fox Valley Technical College facilities are closed, and faculty and staff are working remotely. To learn more, please visit: www.fvtc.edu/CoronaVirus-COVID-19. A pre-bid meeting will not be held at the Public Safety Training Center. Please contact Amy M. at 920-993-5127 or purchasing@fvtc.edu with any questions. Run: April 3 & 9, 2020 WNAXLP


INVITATION FOR BID Village of Suamico Suamico Public Safety Building 3270 West Deerfield Ave Suamico, WI 54173 The Village of Suamico is currently soliciting bids for the new Suamico Public Safety Building located at 3270 West Deerfield Ave. Suamico, WI 54173. Work consists of: Contract 1-Concrete (Building), Contract 2-Precast Hollow Core Planks, Contract 3-Masonry, Contract 4-Steel Erection, PO 5-Structural Steel-supply, Contract 6-Carpentry & General Trades, Contract 7-Roofing, Contract 8-Aluminum Entrances, Contract 9-Sectional Overhead Doors/Coiling Doors, Contract 10-Automatic Door Operators, Contract 11-Steel Studs & Drywall, Contract 12-Tiling, Contract 13-Resilient Flooring, Base & Carpet, Contract 14-Fluid Applied Flooring, Contract 15-Painting, Contract 16-Acoustical Panel Ceilings, Contract 17-Hydraulic Elevators, Contract 18-Fire Suppression, Contract 19-Plumbing, Contract 20-HVAC, Contract 21-Electrical, Contract 22-Rammed Aggregate Piers, Contract 23-Excavation & Earthwork, Contract 24-Site Concrete, Contract 25-Asphalt Paving, Contract 26-Landscaping and Contract 27-Site Utilities. Bid Documents, including Drawings and Specifications will be available for download on March 24, 2020, after 5:00 p.m. from the Construction Manager's web portal (www.zeiseconstruction.com) under bid/project room. If you do not already have an account set up, please email bids@zeiseconstruction.com to request an access code. Please email requests to bids@zeiseconstruction.com or call Beckie McDermid, Frank O. Zeise Construction Co., Inc. (920) 437-5426 with any questions regarding plan availability. Bid documents bay also be viewed at the Construction Manager's office located at: 901 Vanderbraak Street, Green Bay, WI 54302. Each entity obtaining Bidding Documents from Frank O. Zeise Construction Co., Inc. will be designated as a Plan Holder of Record. Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), a virtual/audio pre-bid conference will be held on March 31, 2020 at 2:30 PM. Questions can be asked during this conference regarding project requirements. Interested contractors should contact Frank O. Zeise Construction Co., Inc., Beckie McDermid (bids@zeiseconstruction.com), (920-437-5426). All bidders are encouraged to call/log in. The virtual pre-bid meeting information is listed in the project specifications under invitation to bid. All bids submitted must be guaranteed for a period of at least sixty (60) days following the date of bid opening. All bids must be submitted on the forms provided. BIDS MUST BE RECEIVED BY: APRIL 14, 2020 at 2:00 PM LOCAL TIME at 12781 VELP AVE, SUAMICO, WI 54173, Attention, Village Clerk. In light of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) the bids will be opened publicly via conference call at 2:30 p.m.by the Village Clerk and the bid results will be posted by the Construction Manager within 48 hours of the bid opening. All bids must be sealed in an envelope with the bidder's name and address. The appropriate bid package category number(s) must be printed in the lower left-hand corner of the envelope. Facsimile or e-mailed bids will not be accepted. The Village of Suamico reserves the right to waive any informalities, or to reject any or all bids. Run: March 27, 2020 WNAXLP


INVITATION TO BID Department of Public Works City of Menasha Winnebago County, Wisconsin Owner: The City of Menasha Department of Public Works, acting through the Board of Public Works, hereby gives notice that sealed bids will be received in the Office of the Public Works Director, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952, for the following described project: Project: Contract Unit No. 2020-03; Crack Seal Various Locations Time: Sealed bids will be received until 10:00 A.M. local time, on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 in the Office of the Public Works Director, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952, and will be publicly opened and read at the City Offices at approximately 10:05 A.M. local time, on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Bids: All bids shall be addressed to the Public Works Director, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952. Bids shall be sealed, shall have the name and address of the bidder and Contract Unit 2020-03 on the outside of the envelope. All bidders shall bid in accordance with and upon the bid forms included in the Contract Documents. Examination of Contract Documents: The Contract Documents will be on file for inspection at the Office of the City of Menasha Department of Public Works, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952, beginning Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Procurement of Contract Documents: Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $15.00 by inputting Quest Project # 6896739 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 may be obtained from the City of Menasha Department of Public Works for a non-refundable cost of $40.00 per set. An additional non-refundable handling charge of $15.00 will be required for each set of Contract Documents to be mailed. Please make check payable to City of Menasha and mail it to Department of Public Works, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, WI 54952. Contact us at 920-967-3610 to request an optional paper set of project documents or if you have any questions. Bid Security: No bid shall be received unless accompanied by a certified check or satisfactory Bid Bond, payable to the City of Menasha in an amount not less than 5% of the maximum bid as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the Contract, Performance and Payment Bonds, and Insurance Certification and Endorsement as required by the Contract Documents, within ten (10) days after receipt of the Notice of Award. Bid Rejection: The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids, waive any informality in bidding and accept the bid or bids which best serve the interest of the City of Menasha. Withdrawal of Bids: No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after the scheduled opening without the consent of the City of Menasha. Governing Laws and Regulations: The contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 62.15, 66.0901, 66.0903 and 779.02 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Bidder's Proof of Responsibility: Proof of Responsibility shall be filed in the Director of Public Work's Office no later than five (5) calendar days prior to the date of receiving bids and shall show sufficient ability, equipment and experience to properly perform the work governed by the Contract. Specific experience in the work items covered by the contract shall be a key factor in determining qualifications. The City of Menasha's decision as to qualifications shall remain final. Published by the authority of the City of Menasha Department of Public Works, acting through its' Board of Public Works. Adam Alix Public Works Director Run: March 10 & 17, 2020 WNAXLP


Invitation to Bid The Town of West Kewaunee is accepting sealed bids for the purchase of hot mix asphalt. Bids will be accepted until April 20, 2020 at : 5:00 PM Town of West Kewaunee Dan Kassner, Chairman N2836 County Road B Kewaunee, WI 54216 Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP) funding will be used for the purchases of hot mix asphalt. The Town of West Kewaunee reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids or any part thereof, waive any informalities in the bidding process, and to accept the bid or portion of a bid deemed most advantageous to the town. For further specifications and other bidding information, please contact Dan Kassner (920-388-2071). Run: April 6, 13, 2020 WNAXLP


INVITATION TO BID Department of Public Works City of Menasha Winnebago County, Wisconsin Owner: The City of Menasha Department of Public Works, acting through the Board of Public Works, hereby gives notice that sealed bids will be received in the Office of the Public Works Director, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952, for the following described project: Project: Contract Unit No. 2020-01; Street Reconstruction & Rehabilitation Various Locations Time: Sealed bids will be received until 10:00 A.M. local time, on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 in the Office of the Public Works Director, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952, and will be publicly opened and read at the City Offices at approximately 10:05 A.M. local time, on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Bids: All bids shall be addressed to the Public Works Director, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952. Bids shall be sealed, shall have the name and address of the bidder and Contract Unit No. 2020-01 on the outside of the envelope. All bidders shall bid in accordance with and upon the bid forms included in the Contract Documents. Examination of Contract Documents: The Contract Documents will be on file for inspection at the Office of the City of Menasha Department of Public Works, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952, beginning Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Procurement of Contract Documents: Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $15.00 by inputting Quest Project # 6890908 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 may be obtained from the City of Menasha Department of Public Works for a non-refundable cost of $40.00 per set. An additional non-refundable handling charge of $15.00 will be required for each set of Contract Documents to be mailed. Please make check payable to City of Menasha and mail it to Department of Public Works, 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Menasha, WI 54952. Contact us at 920-967-3610 to request an optional paper set of project documents or if you have any questions. Bid Security: No bid shall be received unless accompanied by a certified check or satisfactory Bid Bond, payable to the City of Menasha in an amount not less than 5% of the maximum bid as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the Contract, Performance and Payment Bonds, and Insurance Certification and Endorsement as required by the Contract Documents, within ten (10) days after receipt of the Notice of Award. Bid Rejection: The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids, waive any informality in bidding and accept the bid or bids which best serve the interest of the City of Menasha. Withdrawal of Bids: No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after the scheduled opening without the consent of the City of Menasha. Governing Laws and Regulations: The contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 62.15, 66.0901, 66.0903 and 779.02 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Bidder's Proof of Responsibility: Proof of Responsibility shall be filed in the Director of Public Work's Office no later than five (5) calendar days prior to the date of receiving bids and shall show sufficient ability, equipment and experience to properly perform the work governed by the Contract. Specific experience in the work items covered by the contract shall be a key factor in determining qualifications. The City of Menasha's decision as to qualifications shall remain final. Published by the authority of the City of Menasha Department of Public Works, acting through its' Board of Public Works. Adam Alix Public Works Director. Run: Mar. 10, 17, 2020 WNAXLP


INVITATION TO BID TOWN OF LANARK PORTAGE COUNTY, WI NOTICE is hereby given that sealed bids for the following projects will be accepted by the Town of Lanark until 12:00 p.m. on Friday, April 10, 2020. All bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the Town Board Meeting scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on April 14, 2020 at the Town Hall, and action may be taken. (1) Asphalt wedging project for Boelter Lake Drive, Boelter Lake Lane, and Boelter Lake Court, approximately 5,680' in total (2) Resurfacing project for approximately 2,316' of Clinton Road (from County Road A to Spring Creek Road Bid specifications and submission forms are available from the Town Clerk 715-256-9801 or townoflanark@gmail.com (preferred). The Town reserves the right to reject any all bids in whole or in part. Run: March 27, April 3, 2020 WNAXLP


Invitation to Comment on a Proposed Communications Facility US Cellular Corp. proposes to construct a new 85ft telecommunications tower at 1130 Prospect Avenue in the Village of North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Approximate coordinates of the proposed tower are 43-48-56.7N, -88-29-38.0W. Interested persons are invited to identify historic sites already listed in, or that may be eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places in the vicinity of the proposed facility and to identify potential effects the facility may cause to these sites. Questions or comments may be submitted to the following contact: Jake Rieb, Edge Consulting Engineers, 624 Water Street, Prairie du Sac, WI 53578; Phone: 608.644.1449; Email: jrieb@edgeconsult.com. This notice is provided in accordance with the regulations of the Federal Communications Commission, 47 C.F.R. Part 1, Appendices B and C. (#23652) Run: March 22, 2020 WNAXLP


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Junk Removal: JUNK REMOVAL Cleaning Out: Basements Apartments Houses Garages Storage Units Any Much More! For Any Kind of Junk You Have Laying Around, Give Us A Call! John 920-615-5787


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KNOLLWOOD MEMORIAL PARK , Two (2) Cemetery Burial Plots $2000 (In the Garden of Prayer) 1500 State Hwy 310, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (847)917-1753 pm60193@gmail.com


Lakewood: Cedar Lake Lane 3 acre wooded lots, next to national forest & small lakes. $34,900. Seller financing. Call 920-849-9855


Landscaping: Full Service Yard Care Gutter Cleaning Hedge and Tree Trimming Roto Tilling Lawn Mowing Sidewalk Edging Raking Weeding Planting Dethatching Yard and Leaf Cleanup Insured/Free Estimates Call Nick 920-993-9719


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LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for the construction of a residential drop off area of the landfill located in Appleton. Bid specifications could be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. There will be one non-mandatory site visit on April 6, 2020 at 9:00 a.m., reference RFB Section 3.0 for site visit details as it is mandatory to RSVP both contractors and subcontractors for the site visit. Contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CT, April 21, 2020 in the County Clerk's Office (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at 2:05 p.m. CT in the lobby of the Outagamie County Government Center just through security near the staircase. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or email bids will not be accepted. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: March 26, 2020 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin has canceled the RFB for a contractor to provide exterior facade caulking at Brewster Village which was due on March 25th. Thus the mandatory site visit on March 16th at 3:00 pm has been canceled. Nicole Schoultz Procurement Coordinator Run: March 15, 2020 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is requesting bids for the abandonment of twenty-one (21) monitoring wells at the County Landfill. Bid specifications could be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CT, April 15, 2020 in the Purchasing Department (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at 2:05 p.m. CT in the lobby of the Outagamie County Government Center just through security near the staircase. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or email bids will not be accepted. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: March 29, 2020 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for Project 5891, CTH CA Roundabout Landscaping, Mayflower Drive and McCarthy Road Intersections, Outagamie County, Wisconsin. Project plans and bid specifications may be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contacting Joe Zellmer, P.E., Highway Engineer at (920) 209-9807. A Bidder's Proof of Responsibility (Pre-Qualification) for this proposal must be filed in the office in the office of the Outagamie County Highway Department a minimum of five (5) days prior to the date that bids are opened. Submit the completed Proof of Responsibility to Joe Zellmer, P.E., Highway Engineer, or by email at joseph.zellmer@outagamie.org. Electronic submittals are preferred. Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CST on April 30, 2020 in the in the office of Outagamie County Highway Department located at 1313 Holland Road, Appleton, WI 54911. All bids received will be documented and publicly read in the lobby of the Outagamie County Highway Department. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or electronic bids will not be accepted. ** Please Note ** Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, the typical Highway Department hours may not be maintained. Please make prior arrangements for hand delivery of any bids prior to the bid date in order to guarantee receipt. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: April 5, 2020 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for the contractor to remove six (6) outdoor warning sirens within the County. Bid specifications could be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 1:00 p.m. CT, April 15, 2020 in the Purchasing Department (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at 1:05 p.m. CT in the lobby of the Outagamie County Government Center just through security near the staircase. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or email bids will not be accepted. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: March 29, 2020 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for the for a contractor to topcoat the flooring of a vehicle sallyport in the Justice Center. Bid specifications could be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. There will be one non-mandatory site visit on April 15, 2020 at 8:00 a.m., reference RFB Section 3.0 for site visit details as it is mandatory to RSVP both contractors and subcontractors for the site visit. Contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CT, April 28, 2020 in the Purchasing Office (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at 2:05 p.m. CT in the lobby of the Outagamie County Government Center just through security near the staircase. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or email bids will not be accepted. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: April 5, 2020 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Outagamie County, Wisconsin is seeking Sealed Bids for the modification of two energy recovery ventilators. Bid specifications could be downloaded from the County's website at www.outagamie.org > Bids & Proposals. Or, contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. There will be one mandatory site visit on April 9, 2020 at 1:30 p.m., reference RFB Section 3.0 for site visit details as it is mandatory to RSVP both contractors and subcontractors for the site visit. Contact Nicole Schoultz at 920-832-6083. Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CT, April 22, 2020 in the Purchasing Office (320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI). All bids received will be documented and publicly read at 2:05 p.m. CT in the lobby of the Outagamie County Government Center just through security near the staircase. Bids received or tendered after that time and date will not be accepted. Actual receipt is required by said time; deposit in the mail is insufficient. Fax or email bids will not be accepted. Bids must remain firm once submitted and may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty days, subject to provisions for correction of errors in the bid as contained in §66.0901, Wisconsin Statutes, Outagamie County Ordinance, and Administrative Rules. Nicole Schoultz Outagamie County Procurement Coordinator Run: March 29, 2020 WNAXLP


Legal Notice The Northcentral Technical College District (NTC) has completed an Environmental Assessment for the construction of a small warehouse building in Wausau. The Wisconsin Technical College System Board (WTCSB) has reviewed the Environmental Assessment and has made a preliminary determination that the proposed action would have no significant environmental impact. A copy of the assessment is on file at the NTC Wausau Campus in the Facilities Office and is available for public viewing by appointment only at the Shipping and Receiving entrance. Please call Amy at 715-803-1296 to schedule an appointment. Questions regarding the assessment should be directed to the Associate Vice President of Facilities Management, Robert Elliott at 715-803-1383. Persons having an interest in the proposed action may comment on the environmental assessment. The comments shall clearly set forth the manner in which the proposed action will affect his/her environment. Comments must be submitted in writing within 15 days of this notification to: Daniel P. Scanlon, RA Director, Facilities Development Wisconsin Technical College System P.O. Box 7874 Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7874 The Wisconsin Technical College System Board will make its final determination on the need for an environmental impact statement after conclusion of the comment period. Dr. Lori A. Weyers, President Robert L. Elliott Jr., AVP, Facilities Management Northcentral Technical College District 1000 West Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 Run: April 1, 2020 WNAXLP


LEGAL NOTICE: 19-TA-002 NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL OF SAWYER CREEK FLOODPLAIN ZONING CODE AMENDMENT PUBLIC HEARING WINNEBAGO COUNTY ZONING DEPARTMENT MARCH 31, 2020 Please be advised the Sawyer Creek Floodplain Zoning Code Amendment has been withdrawn indefinitely due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease). This item has been removed from the public hearing agenda and will not be heard at the March 31st public hearing. You will be notified in the future when this is scheduled for a public hearing. WINNEBAGO COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING COMMITTEE Run: March 24, 2020 WNAXLP


Leo Kelly (Hands Up Driving, Inc.), the storage unit A-16 will be cleaned out in 2 weeks, 4/15/20. D.M. Mini Storage, Oostburg, WI 920-564-3298. Run: April 2, 2020 WNAXLP


LIQUOR & FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE APPLICATION The following application has been received by the City Clerk of the City of Green Bay for a license to sell intoxicating liquor and fermented malt beverages under a Class "A" Beer and "Class A" Liquor (Cider Only) Permit: Diana Hernandez Hernandez 1565 Morrow St. at 741 Abrams St. Suite 6 Kris A. Teske Green Bay City Clerk Dated at Green Bay, Wisconsin, This 30th of March, 2020. Run: Mar. 31, Apr. 1, 2, 2020 WNAXLP


LOCATION AND HOURS OF POLLING PLACE At the election to be held on April 7, 2020, in the City of Neenah, the following polling place location will be used for all wards in the City. NOTE: DUE TO THE CORVID-19 PANDEMIC, AND FOR THIS ELECTION ONLY, ALL POLLING PLACES IN THE CITY OF NEENAH ARE CONSOLIDATED AT ONE LOCATION: THE FORMER SHOPKO DEPT. STORE, 699 SOUTH GREEN BAY ROAD, NEENAH Location Wards SHOPKO DEPT STORE; All Wards 699 S. GREEN BAY ROAD THE POLLING PLACE AT THE FORMER SHOPKO DEPT. STORE WILL OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL ("CDC") 6 FOOT SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINE, VOTERS MUST ENTER SHOPKO AT THE NORTH ENTRANCE (FORMER JEWELRY & WOMEN'S DEPARTMENTS) AND EXIT OUT THE SOUTH ENTRANCE (FORMER PHARMACY ENTRANCE). ONCE INSIDE, SIGNS WILL DIRECT VOTERS TO THE APPROPRIATE LOCATION FOR CASTING BALLOTS BASED ON WHICH PERMANENT POLLING LOCATION THE VOTER CASTS HIS/HER BALLOT If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the municipal clerk. Stephonie Cheslock Deputy City Clerk 211 Walnut Street Neenah, WI 54956 (920) 886-6100 Office Hours: M-Th: 7:30 to 4:30 P.M. F: 7:30 to 4:00 P.M. All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters. Notice of Meeting of the Local and Municipal Board of Canvassers At the close of voting on Election Day, pursuant to the provisions of Wis. Stat. § 19.84, the Election Inspectors will convene as a joint meeting of the Local Board of Canvassers and the Municipal Board of Canvassers for the purpose of conducting the local and municipal canvasses pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§7.51 and 7.53(1). This meeting will be open to the public pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 19.81-89. Run: April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


LOCATION AND HOURS OF POLLING PLACE At the Presidential Preference and Spring Election to be held on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in the City of Two Rivers, the following polling place locations will be used for the wards indicated: Location Wards Grace Congregational Church 2801 Garfield Street WARDS ONE AND TWO (Dist. 22) Two Rivers WI 54241 St. Peter the Fisherman Parish Center 3201 Mishicot Rd WARDS THREE AND FOUR (Dist. 23) Two Rivers WI 54241 Two Rivers City Hall 1717 East Park Street WARDS FIVE AND SIX (Dist. 24) Two Rivers WI 54241 (Handicapped use East Entrance off Parking Lot on Jefferson Street) Koenig Elementary School 1114 Lowell Street WARDS SEVEN AND EIGHT (Dist. 25) Two Rivers WI 54241 (Enter through front door) THE POLLING PLACES WILL OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. If you have any questions concerning this polling place, please contact City Clerk: Kim Graves 1717 East Park Street Two Rivers WI 54241 920-793-5526 All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters. ______________________________________________________ Notice of Meeting of the Board of Canvassers At the close of voting on Election Day, pursuant to the provisions of Wis. Stat. § 19.84, the Election Inspectors at each polling place will convene as the Local Board of Canvassers and the Municipal Board of Canvassers will convene on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 at 8:30 AM for the purpose of conducting the local canvass pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 7.51. This meeting will be open to the public pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§19.81 89 Run: April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


LOCATION AND HOURS OF POLLING PLACE At the Primary Election to be held on April 7, 2020, in the City of Manitowoc, the following polling place locations will be used for the wards indicated: Location Wards Silver Creek Park Fieldhouse, 3001 S. 10th St. D. 1, Wards 1 & 2 Lakeshore United Methodist Church, 411 Reed Ave. D. 2, Wards 3, 4 & 22 Public Safety Building, 911 Franklin St. D. 3, Wards 5 & 6 Manitowoc City Hall, 900 Quay St. D. 4, Wards 7 & 8 Manitowoc Public School District, 2902 Lindbergh Dr. D. 5, Wards 9, 10 & 29 Lincoln Park, Cabin 1, 1215 N. 8th St. D. 6, Wards 11 & 12 Open Bible Baptist Church, 2021 S. 14th St. D. 7, Wards 13, 14 & 31 Lincoln Park, Cabin 2, 1215 N. 8th St. D. 8, Wards 15 & 16 Manitowoc Senior Center, 3330 Custer St. D. 9, Wards 17, 18, 21,23-26 & 28 First Reformed United Church of Christ, 3613 Waldo Blvd. D. 10, Wards 19,20,27&30 Manitowoc City Hall (Central Count Location), 900 Quay St. All of the above Wards ALL POLLING PLACES WILL OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the municipal clerk. Deborah Neuser, 900 Quay St., Manitowoc, WI 920-686-6950; 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters. Notice of Meeting of the Local Board of Canvassers At the close of voting on Election Day, pursuant to the provisions of Wis. Stat. § 19.84, the Election Inspectors at each polling place will convene as the Local Canvassing Board for the purpose of conducting the local canvass pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 7.51. This meeting will be open to the public pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 19.81-89. Rev. 03/26/2020 Run: April 6, 2020 WNAXLP


LOCATION AND HOURS OF POLLING PLACE At the spring election to be held on April 7, 2020 in Manitowoc County, the following polling place locations will be used for the municipality, or municipality and wards if there are multiple poll locations: Village of Cleveland 1150 W. Washington Ave Cleveland, WI 53015 Town of Meeme Meeme Town Hall 15318 CTH `X', Kiel 1/2 mile east of School Hill ALL POLLING PLACES WILL OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters. Notice of Meeting of the Local and Municipal Board of Canvassers At the close of voting on Election Day, pursuant to the provisions of Wis. Stat. § 19.84, the Election Inspectors will convene as a joint meeting of the Local Board of Canvassers and the Municipal Board of Canvassers for the purpose of conducting the local and municipal canvasses pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§7.51 and 7.53(1). This meeting will be open to the public pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 19.81-89. If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the municipal clerk . Dated this 11th day of March 2020. Jessica Backus Manitowoc County Clerk Run: April 5, 2020 WNAXLP


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MANITOWOC PUBLIC UTILITIES ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Watermain Replacements at Various Locations MPUW20-03 Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Manitowoc Public Utilities (MPU), 1303 South 8th Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220, until 2:30 p.m. on the 2nd day of April 2020 and then publicly opened at 2:30 p.m. on the same day. All bids shall be in strict accordance with the bidding documents on file at the office of the Manitowoc Public Utilities. The work for which bids are asked includes the following: Supply and replace approximately 740 feet of 8" PVC watermain on South 29th Street, from Meadow Lane to Coolidge Place, Supply and replace approximately 570 feet of 8" PVC watermain on South 13th Street, from Washington Street to Franklin Street, and Supply and replace approximately 840 feet of 8" PVC watermain on Maritime Drive, from N 6th Street to Buffalo Street Plans and detailed specifications, together with form of contract and bond, will be available to contractors for a non-refundable fee of $15.00. Plans can be downloaded from Quest CDN website. To obtain plans through QuestCDN, please visit the MPU website at www.mpu.org. The link will be located under About Us, Construction Bids. Contact Rob Michaelson at 920-686-4354 with any questions. Each bid shall be accompanied by a bidder's bond on an MPU form naming the Manitowoc Public Utilities as obligee, or a cashiers' or certified check made payable to the Manitowoc Public Utilities equal to at least 5% of the amount of the bid, which shall be forfeited to MPU in the event that the bidder fails to enter into a contract within fifteen (15) days of award. All bids shall be made on bid forms embodied in and made a part of the bidding documents, and shall be addressed to: Manitowoc Public Utilities Attention: Secretary to the General Manager 1303 S. 8th Street Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220 The bids shall be in sealed envelopes and must be labeled: MPUW20-03, 2020 Watermain Replacements, Various Locations The Manitowoc Public Utilities reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularities and informalities therein, and to award the contract in the best interest of MPU to the lowest responsible bidder. Bids arriving after the designated time will be returned unopened. No bidder may withdraw its bid within sixty (60) days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids. Published by authority of: MANITOWOC PUBLIC UTILITIES Nilaksh Kothari, P.E. CEO & General Manager Run: March 19, 26, 2020 WNAXLP


Marathon County Fair Housing Ordinance Marathon County is dedicated to promoting fair housing and equal choice for people looking to buy or rent a home in the County. Marathon County has a fair housing ordinance. This ordinance states that persons cannot be treated unfairly in their search for housing because of: Race Family Status Source of Income Disability Sex Age National Origin Color Sexual Orientation Religion Ancestry Any individual who has been refused housing or otherwise discriminated against in the provision of housing on the basis of any of the above characteristics can contact the County Clerk for information and referral services. Kim Trueblood, County Clerk Telephone number: 715-261-1500 For information about the Central Housing Region Community Development Block Grant Homeowner & Rental Rehabilitation Program please contact Juneau County Housing Authority at online at juneaucountyhousingauthority.com or by calling 1-608-847-7309 or juncoha@frontier.com. If you are a contractor that would be interested in working with the Program please contact BG & Associates at 1-715-752-4620. Run: March 25, 2020 WNAXLP


MARCH 10, 2020 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, Chris Jockheck, Ken Bargender, Steve Mac Swain, Tom Witzel, Adam Fischer, Tom Buttke and Peter Hendler. EXCUSED: Rebecca Spiros The flag was saluted and the pledge given. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD - Matt McLean, 1206 Fairview Drive, representing Visit Marshfield and Charlie Wendlandt, 2412 N. Peach Avenue, representing Marshfield Youth Hockey Association. They spoke about a study that they are proposing that is related to sports, economic impact of sports, and a feasibility study related to the Marshfield area. A budget resolution will be presented at a future meeting. CC20-033 Motion by Fischer, second by Poeschel to approve the minutes of the Common Council meeting of February 25, 2020. Ayes - 9 Motion carried STAFF UPDATES - Kris Hawley, Acting Street Superintendent, introduced Trevor Schill who is the new Equipment Operator 1 at the Street Department. MAYOR'S COMMENTS - Employee Recognitions: o Charles Adamski, Parks & Recreation, March 13, 1995, 25 years o Jacob Charron, Wastewater, March 23, 2015, 5 years - Lawrence Pankratz passed away. He celebrated his 100th birthday and was a military veteran who was an active member of the American Legion. - Gave an update on the Coronavirus COVID 19. COUNCIL COMMENTS - Alderperson Buttke commented on the presentation made by Matt McLean. The word is already out and those that contacted him said that this is a good idea to look at our facilities and try and get more events in Marshfield. He asked the Council to support this when it comes before them. REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES - Alderperson Jockheck said that the Fairgrounds Commission formed a subcommittee of two representatives from the Commission and two representatives from the Fair Board to review the Fairgrounds Management Agreement. CONSENT AGENDA CC20-034 Motion by Bargender, second by Feirer to receive and place on file, approving all recommended actions for the items listed on the consent agenda. Meeting Minutes/Reports: Fairgrounds Commission of January 16, 2020; Business Improvement District of January 22, 2020; Communications Committee of January 27, 2020; Community Development Authority Finance of January 28, 2020; Community Development Authority Board of January 28, 2020; Economic Development Board of January 30, 2020; Fire and Police Commission of February 13, 2020; Council Historic Preservation Committee of March 2, 2020; Board of Public Works of March 2, 2020 (1. Solicit bids for new columbarium at Hillside Cemetery; 2. Purchase truck for Development Services Department; and 3. Award bid for City's 2020 sanitary sewer lining projects); Judiciary & License Committee of March 3, 2020; and Finance, Budget and Personnel Committee of March 3, 2020 (1. Pay scale/Pay adjustment for Deputy City Assessor). Ayes - 9 Motion carried No items were removed from the consent agenda. Josh Miller, Development Services Director, presented the 2019 Annual Economic Development Report. CC20-035 Motion by Witzel, second by Feirer to approve Resolution No. 2020-07, providing for the sale of approximately $20,000,000 Electric System Revenue refunding Bonds, Series 2020A. Ayes - 9 Motion carried Second reading of Ordinance No. 1427, request by Dean Schiller to rezone property located at 909 West Adler Road (Parcel 33-03307B) from "SR-4" Single Family Residential to "TR-6" Two Family Residential. CC20-036 Motion by Buttke, second by Witzel to approve Ordinance No. 1427. Ayes 8; Nay 1 (Jockheck) Motion carried Second reading of Ordinance No. 1428, request by Unified School District of Marshfield to adopt a five-year Campus Master Plan for Marshfield Middle School that describes the existing conditions and future planned developments, located at 900 & 1010 East 4th Street (parcel 33-00186) and vacant parcel on East 8th Street (parcel 33-00189). CC20-037 Motion by Buttke, second by Hendler to approve Ordinance No. 1428. Ayes - 9 Motion carried CC20-038 Motion by Mac Swain, second by Fischer to refer to the Plan Commission the removal of a proposed future right-of-way, which is located between the intersection of Peach Avenue and 14th Street and at the intersection of Felker Avenue and 8th Street, from the Official Map. Ayes 9 Motion carried CC20-039 Motion by Feirer, second by Fischer to approve the proposed schedule of upcoming special Council meetings. Ayes 9 Motion carried Alderperson Hendler left the meeting. CC20-040 Motion by Poeschel, second by Feirer to adjourn to closed session pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 19.85(1)(c), "Considering employment, promotion, compensation, or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility" - Appointment of new Street Superintendent AND Closed session pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 19.85(1)(g), "Conferring with legal counsel for the governmental body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved." - Possible litigation with Menards Roll call vote, Ayes - 8. (Time: 7:02 p.m.) Motion carried Present in closed session: Alderpersons Feirer, Poeschel, Jockheck, Bargender, Mac Swain, Witzel, Fischer, and Buttke, Mayor McManus, City Administrator Barg, City Attorney Wolfgram, and City Personnel (Dan Knoeck, Jen Rachu and Deb Hall). Jen Rachu left the closed session at 7:32 p.m. CC20-041 Motion by Witzel, second by Poeschel to return to open session. Roll call vote, Ayes 8. (Time: 8:08 p.m.) Motion carried CC20-042 Motion by Witzel, second by Feirer to appoint Kris Hawley as the Street Superintendent affective March 11, 2020. Ayes 8 Motion carried CC20-043 Motion by Witzel, second by Poeschel to approve a Stipulation Agreement between the City of Marshfield and Menard, Inc. Ayes 5; Nays 3 (Bargender, Fischer, Buttke) Motion carried Future Agenda Items - None Motion by Witzel, second by Buttke to adjourn the meeting at 8:14 p.m. Motion carried Deb M. Hall City Clerk Run: March 23, 2020 WNAXLP


March 18, 2020 ORDINANCE TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF CHAPTER 2 OF THE BROWN COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES THE BROWN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1 - Chapter 2 of the Brown County Code of Ordinances is hereby amended as follows: See 'Attachment A' in which: 1) Deletions to Chapter 2 are represented in red and by strikethrough (e.g., strikethrough); and 2) Additions to Chapter 2 are represented in red and by underline (e.g., additions). Section 2 - This ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication pursuant to law.erin Respectfully submitted, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Approved By: //s/ Troy Streckenbach 03/20/2020 COUNTY EXECUTIVE /s/ Sandra L. Juno 03/18/2020 COUNTY CLERK /s/ Patrick W. Moynihan, Jr. 03/18/2020 COUNTY BOARD CHAIR 20-029O Authored by: Corporation Counsel at the request of Supervisor Van Dyck Approved by: Corporation Counsel Fiscal Note: This amendment does not require an appropriation from the General Fund. This Ordinance, in its entirety, is available in the County Clerk's Office and on the County Webpage at https://www.browncountywi.gov/ Run: March 21, 2020 WNAXLP


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MEETING NOTICE BOARD OF EDUCATION GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN The following meetings of the Board of Education, Green Bay Area Public School District, Green Bay, Wisconsin, will be held virtually via Zoom and will not be accessible in person but will be accessible via YOUTUBE LIVESTREAM. The Agenda and Work Session Reports will be available on the District's Web Site www.gbaps.org on the Friday preceding the Board Meetings. The Agenda and Work Session Reports are incorporated by reference as part of this Notice. SPECIAL BOARD MEETING Monday, April 6, 2020 5:00 p.m. Closed Session 6:00 p.m. Open Session The meeting agenda will begin in Open Session at 5:00 p.m. with a motion to convene into Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 19.85 (1)(c) considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility and pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 19.85 (1)(e) Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session, more specifically, to wit: deliberation of new Superintendent contract and review and consideration of terms and provisions of the current Superintendent's contract; and pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 19.85 (1)(e) Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session, more specifically, to wit: potential property acquisition. The Board may return to Open Session to vote on items discussed in Closed Session. The Board will reconvene in open session at 6:00 p.m. pursuant to Section 19.85(2), Wisconsin Statute to consider the balance of the Special Board Meeting agenda which will include discussion and taking action as deemed necessary on: Teacher Contracts and Consent Items (staff employment, resignations, retirements, transfers and leaves of absence). The Board may reconvene in Closed Session after the conclusion of the Work Session Meetings for such reasons noted in this posting and pursuant to a proper motion. TEACHING AND LEARNING WORK SESSION and ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT WORK SESSION Monday, April 6, 2020 Immediately following the Special Board Meeting The first portion of the meeting will be an Open Forum via written comment that can be submitted in accordance with the procedures posted on the District's website. No in-person comments will be permitted. The agendas will include reports from staff. PUBLIC HEARING pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 118.38(1)(a)(b) Monday, April 13, 2020 6:00 p.m. 1. Request to the Department of Public Instruction for Waiver of Wis. Stat. § 121.02(1)(f) related to Instructional Minutes, Wis. Stat. § 118.33(1m)(a) related to Civics Exam Graduation Requirement, Wis. Stat. § 115.415 and 121.02(1)(q) related to Educator Effectiveness. Public comment can be submitted in accordance with the procedures posted on the District's website. No in-person comments will be permitted. SPECIAL BOARD MEETING for the purpose of discussion and taking action as deemed necessary on: Monday, Immediately following the April 13, 2020 Public Hearing 1. Request to the Department of Public Instruction for Waiver pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 118.38(1)(a),(b) of Wis. Stat. § 121.02(1)(f) related to Instructional Minutes, Wis. Stat. § 118.33(1m)(a) related to Civics Exam Graduation Requirement, Wis. Stat. § 115.415 and 121.02(1)(q) related to Educator Effectiveness 2. Waiver of Board Policies for the 2019-2020 School Year 3. Capital Project Fund 46 Resolution 4. Energy Resolution 5. Job Descriptions 6. New Superintendent Contract 7. Terms and Provisions of the Current Superintendent's Contract Laura McCoy, School District Clerk March 27, 2020 Run: March 28, 2020 WNAXLP


MEETING OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MANITOWOC COUNTY, WISCONSIN Tuesday, February 11, 2020 6:30 P.M. Pursuant to Wis. Stats. 59.04, the County Board of Supervisors of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin convened in open session at The Heritage Center, in the City of Manitowoc, being the 11th day of February 2020, for the purpose of transacting business as a Board of Supervisors. Chairperson Brey called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Supervisor Williams gave the invocation, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag by the entire assemblage. Roll call: 18 members present: Baumann, Behnke, Brey, Dyzak, Falkowski, Geimer, Gerroll, Henrickson, Hoffman, Metzger, Muench, Neils, Nickels, Swade, Vogt, Wagner, Williams, and Zimmer. Supervisors Brunner, Cavanaugh, Gauger, Hansen, Holschbach, Maresh, and Vogel were excused. On a motion by Supervisor Behnke, seconded by Supervisor Baumann the January 21, 2020 meeting minutes were approved on a unanimous vote. Chairperson Brey announced there were no changes to the agenda. PUBLIC INPUT OPPORTUNITY FOR CITIZENS TO PRESENT THEIR VIEWS Chairperson Brey declared public comment open at 6:38 p.m. Maura Yost, Town of Centerville, believed the advisory referendum would be a valid way for the people to choose their legislators rather than legislators choosing their voters and disagreed with County Executive Ziegelbauer's veto. She continued to advocate for the county wide sales tax because it would be a more fiscally conservative way to fund county government. Richard Hornak, Town of Gibson, supported a resolution for the 2nd amendment sanctuary county. Roger Vanderlogt, Village of Mishicot, supported a resolution for the 2nd amendment sanctuary county. Terry Busse, City of Manitowoc, supported a resolution for the 2nd amendment sanctuary county. Dave Stecker, Town of Newton, supported a resolution for the 2nd amendment sanctuary county. Brian Schulz, City of Manitowoc, supported a resolution for the 2nd amendment sanctuary county. Bruce Grossheim, City of Two Rivers, supported a resolution for the 2nd amendment sanctuary county. James Downey, Town of Rockland, supported a resolution for the 2nd amendment sanctuary county. No one else present wished to speak, subsequently Chairperson Brey closed public input at 6:52 p.m. APPOINTMENTS BY COUNTY EXECUTIVE Chairperson Brey presented County Executive Ziegelbauer's appointment of Attorney Katherine Reynolds to the Ethics Committee for a three year term expiring February 28, 2023. Supervisor Falkowski moved, seconded by Supervisor Swade to approve the appointment. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. Chairperson Brey presented County Executive Ziegelbauer's appointment of Ted Hoffman to the Land Conservation Committee. Supervisor Neils moved, seconded by Supervisor Baumann to approve the appointment. Upon voice vote, the motion carried unanimously. COMMITTEE REPORTS ON MEETINGS, PETITIONS, RESOLUTIONS, ORDINANCES, AND FORTHCOMING EVENTS Personnel Committee: Supervisor Baumann gave a brief report. Supervisor Baumann moved, seconded by Supervisor Williams to adopt Resolution (2019/2020-66) Authorizing Addition of 1.0 Full-time Equivalent Sheriff's Department Position (School Resource Officer). Upon discussion and vote, the motion carried unanimously. Aging and Disability Resource Center Board: Supervisor Wagner gave a brief report. Executive Committee: Chairperson Brey gave a brief report. Highway Committee: Supervisor Behnke gave a brief report. Human Service Board: Supervisor Henrickson gave a brief report. Planning and Park Commission: Supervisor Dyzak gave a brief report. Supervisor Dyzak moved, seconded by Supervisor Falkowski to enact Ordinance (2019/2020-67) Amending Zoning Map (Marion Hartman). Upon discussion and vote, the motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Dyzak moved, seconded by Supervisor Hoffman to enact Ordinance (2019/2020-68) Amending Zoning Map (Brad and Amy Sibley). Upon discussion and vote, the motion carried unanimously. Public Safety Committee: Supervisor Henrickson gave a brief report. ANNOUNCEMENTS Chairperson Brey presented to the public the event 'Throwing with All Your Heart' on 2/22/2020 at Tapped on the Lakeshore. It is a fundraiser for Ascend Services. ADJOURNMENT Supervisor Gerroll moved to adjourn, seconded by Supervisor Hoffman, and the motion was adopted by acclamation. The meeting adjourned at 7:13 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jessica Backus, Manitowoc County Clerk **The County Board meeting is available for viewing at: https://www.youtube.com/embed/BFyqTK-BY-Q?rel=0 Run: March 28, 2020 WNAXLP


Meeting of USDD Board of Education held on Monday, February 17, 2020 School Board President David Youngquist opened the meeting with the following announcements: This is a meeting of the Board of Education of the Unified School District of De Pere being held in public. Prior to this meeting notice was given to the public by posting on the District web site and at each of the school buildings. Finally a copy of the notice was forwarded to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the official newspaper of the District. The Board of Education will enter into executive session pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 19.85(1)(c) to consider authorization to issue preliminary notice of consideration of nonrenewal of individual teacher contract(s). The regular meeting of the Unified School District of De Pere Board of Education was held on Monday, February 17, 2020. President David Youngquist called the meeting to order at 6:31 p.m. Roll Call: Present Bob Mathews, Mark Meneau, Jeff Mirkes, Mike Paroubek, Doug Seeman, Dan Van Straten, and David Youngquist. After roll call of Board members a quorum was declared and the Board proceeded with the regular order of business. Public Comments: None Agenda: A motion was made by Seeman and seconded by Meneau to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. Recognition of Students: National Merit Scholarship Finalists, Calvin H., Aisa L., and Jack G., were introduced to the Board and congratulated for their efforts. Mapping Project with De Pere Police Department: Police Chief Derick Beiderwieden discussed a mapping project that the Police Dept. and the District have been working on over the last few month. Critical Response Group has developed maps of our facilities and ground for first responders and school employees to use to navigate and communicate locations to other in the event of a critical incident such as an injured person or fire. Minutes: A motion was made by Seeman and seconded by Paroubek to approve the minutes of the January 20, 2020 meeting of the Board of Education. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. A motion was made by Mathews and seconded by Meneau to approve the minutes of the February 3, 2020 special meeting of the Board of Education. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. Renewal of Contracts: A motion was made by Seeman and seconded by Van Straten to renew contracts for 1st and 2nd year probationary teachers. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. A motion was made by Meneau and seconded by Paroubek to offer regular contracts to 3rd year probationary teachers. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. A motion was made by Van Straten and seconded by Mathews to renew non-probationary teacher contracts. Motion carried on a voice vote; 6/0/1 Mirkes abstained. Administrators: A motion as made by Seeman and seconded by Van Straten to continue employment of Principals and other Administrators. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. 2020-2021 Staffing Proposal: Kirby Kulas, Human Resource Manager, presented the 2020-21 staffing plan. The staffing request for 2020-21 is 4.68 FTE greater than 2019-20 based on a projected enrollment increase of 38 students. Staffing totals will be greater than this as staffing funded by Title I is added back in (at this point it is unknown what amount, if any, of Title I money the District will receive in 2019-20, .088 FTE was funded by Title I), travel is determined and added to traveling teachers, duties are added for teachers going form part-time to full-time, and duties are added to part-time staff to fulfill duty schedules. We estimate that this will result in an additional 1.5-2.5 FTE. . Fiscal impact is estimated to be $327,600. Reading Recovery: The District contracts each year with the Valley area Reading Recovery Consortium to provide the necessary training for our Reading Recovery program. The consortium charged us $1,950 for each active or in training Reading Recovery teacher last year with a total 2018-19 contract of $11,400. The contract of 2019-20 is $9,150. A motion was made by Mathews and seconded by Meneau to accept the contract for 2019-20. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. CESA 8 Service Agreement for 2020-21: A motion was made by Van Straten and seconded by Mathews to approve 2020-21 Service Agreement with CESA 8 at an estimated amount of $211,173 for hearing impaired, vision impaired, and orientation/mobility services required to fulfill the IEP of several handicapped students who attend our schools. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. PE Replacement Credit: A motion was made by Seeman and seconded by Paroubek to allow 36 students to replace .5 physical education credit with an approved extra-curricular physical activity for the 2020-21 school year. Students must verify participation in the school sponsored activity through the use of a time sheet verified by the coach on a weekly basis. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0. 10-Year Capital Project Plan: Dawn Foeller, Business Manager, and Pat Meyer, Buildings & Grounds Manager, reviewed the projects that have been completed during the 2019-20 school year and shared the current 10-year capital plan. Dickinson Elementary Phase II: Areas addressed in this phase include creating 3 new small group classrooms, 3 small one-on-one classrooms, a new book room and some light finish upgrades in adjoining rooms that include abatement and carpet replacement. A motion was made by Mathews and seconded by Seeman to accept the bid of $299,225 from Mike Koenig Construction. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0 District Focus: Shelly Thomas, Director of Curriculum, shared with the Board a visual presentation about the focus of the District. As part of our efforts to improve student achievement and to ensure a quality education for all of our students, the District has developed a focus that directs all that we do with our staff and students. This focus is the basis for engaging in staff development activities, developing our curriculum, improving our instructional practices, and guiding our staffing plan and annual budget. Principal Report: Andy Bradford, Foxview Intermediate School Principal, showed how we can see the District focus practices in action by presenting Foxview math results. He explained how sound instructional practices are tied into their work with new and existing teachers and tied back into the School Improvement Team. January Financial Reports: A motion was made by Mathews and seconded by Meneau to accept the January financial reports as presented. Motion carried on a voice vote; 7/0 Vouchers: A motion was made by Mathews and seconded by Paroubek to approve vouchers as presented: Checks 108284-108286 in the amount of $17,594.43 Accounts Payable; Checks 108287-108361 in the amount of $119,169.89 Student Activities & Accounts Payable; Check 108362 in the amount of $31.19 Accounts Payable; Checks 108363-108366 in the amount of $9,926.83 Payroll; Checks 108367-108410 in the amount of $186,187.59 Student Activities & Accounts Payable; Checks 108411-108516 in the amount of $239,506.66 Accounts Payable; Checks 108517-108565 in the amount of $213,756.47 Student Activities & Accounts Payable; Check 108566 in the amount of $314.28 Accounts Payable; Checks 108567-108571 in the amount of $1,240.81 Payroll; Checks 108572-108606 in the amount of $23,525.62 Student Activities & Accounts Payable; Checks 108607-108695 in the amount of $203,161.82 Accounts Payable; Checks 108696-108758 in the amount of $147,441.34 Student Activities & Accounts Payable. Motion carried on a voice vote, 7/0. Adjournment: A motion was made Mathews and seconded Seeman to adjourn the regular meeting of the Board of Education. Motion carried on a voice vote; all ayes. Run: March 19, 2020 WNAXLP


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MID-STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD MEETING MINUTES Wisconsin Rapids Campus February 24, 2020 A. CALL TO ORDER Robert Beaver The meeting was called to order at 5:20 p.m. B. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Robert Beaver, Betty Bruski Mallek, Kristin Crass, Craig Gerlach, Justin Hoerter, Richard Merdan, Lynneia Miller, and Dr. Shelly Mondeik EXCUSED: Gordon Schalow and Charles Spargo OTHERS: Dr. Karen Brzezinski, Dr. Bobbi Damrow, Dr. Beth Ellie, Robb Fish, Randy Jahns, Dr. Mandy Lang, Dean Pitt, Brad Russell, Matt Schneider, Jill Steckbauer, Kolina Stieber, Dr. Deb Stencil, Angie Susa, Mike Vilcinskas, and Bill Wanta C. OPEN MEETING CERTIFICATION Robert Beaver The meeting notice was verified; stating that this meeting of the Mid-State Technical College District Board was announced to the public in an attempt to keep the citizens of the district aware of the date, time and place of the meeting. D. OPEN FORUM Robert Beaver The meeting was opened for comments from the audience. No one wished to address the Board. E. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Motion by Ms. Bruski Mallek, seconded by Mr. Merdan, upon a voice vote, unanimously approved minutes from the board meeting held January 20, 2020 as presented. F. CONSENT AGENDA Motion by Mr. Gerlach, seconded by Mr. Hoerter, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved the following consent agenda items: 1. The district's bills for the month of January 2020 were presented in Exhibit B. These bills totaled $654,360.85 of which $530,975.33 represents operational expenditures and $123,385.52 represents capital expenditures. The district's payroll for the month of January totaled $2,080,024.44 plus $31,210.52 for travel and miscellaneous reimbursements and $935,124.75 in fringe benefits. The district's bills and payroll totaled $3,700,720.50. 2. Entered into the following contracted service agreements: Agreement #, Contracted Service:, Amount 146564, OSHA 30, $5,096.25 146565, DiSC Facilitation, $490.00 146566, Intro to AutoCAD, $3,990.00 146567, Fundamental Electricity and Safety, $1,245.00 146568, Basic Life Support (BLS) Refresher, $710.00 146569, HeartSaver First Aid/CPR/AED, $3,395.00 146570, Basic Life Support (BLS), $2,710.00 146571, Leadership Development 146572, Soft Skills for Modern Workplace, $6,628.00 146573, Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) Training, $4,995.00 3. Approved the following procurement(s) for goods and services: Amount, Vendor, Department There are no procurements requiring board action this month. 4. Approved the following Resignations of Contracted Employees: Deb Johnson-Schuh (effective January 4, 2020 internal promotion) Trina Kloehn (effective January 4, 2020 internal promotion) Ben Nusz (effective February 15, 2020 internal promotion) G. CHAIRPERSON'S REPORT Robert Beaver 1. Board members were welcomed to the meeting. Mr. Schalow and Mr. Spargo asked to be excused. 2. Winter Boards Association meeting was held January 16-18 in La Crosse. Those attending commented on sessions and professional development opportunities. 3. District Boards Association officer nominations were discussed. Motion by Ms. Miller, seconded by Ms. Crass, upon a voice vote, unanimously nominated Vernon Jung for Association President, Betty Bruski-Mallek for Association Vice President and Dawn Garcia for Association Secretary/Treasurer. 4. ACCT Legislative Summit was held February 9-12 in Washington, D.C. Ms. Bruski Mallek, Mr. Merdan, Mr. Spargo, Dr. Brzezinski and Dr. Damrow represented the college. Attendees highlighted sessions attended and legislative visits. 5. Spring Board Advance will be held Friday, May 8. The morning session will be shared with the Mid-State Foundation Board for group professional development. Suggestions for topics can be shared with Dr. Mondeik or Ms. Susa. 6. 2020 Board Appointment is underway. The mandatory appointment meeting will be held Monday, March 9 at 5:00 p.m. at the Wisconsin Rapids Campus. 7. Future meeting dates (times unless otherwise announced: MONTHLY MEETING Monday, March 16, 2020 Adams Campus Committee Meetings 4:15 p.m. Committee-of-the-Whole 5:00 p.m. Board Meeting 5:20 p.m. MONTHLY MEETING Monday, April 20, 2020 Wisconsin Rapids Campus Committee Meetings 4:15 p.m. Committee-of-the-Whole 5:00 p.m. Board Meeting 5:20 p.m. H. PRESIDENT'S REPORT Dr. Shelly Mondeik 1. College-Wide In-Service was held today. Topics focused on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. 2. Mid-State representatives participated in Central Wisconsin Days and WTEA meeting this week and will participate in WLDI next week. 3. WTCS Board meeting will be held March 17-18. I. COMMITTEE REPORTS 1. FINANCE & INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE Lynneia Miller a. REVIEW OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS: Committee reviewed and discussed Consent Agenda items. Questions were addressed during the committee meeting. b. TREASURER'S REPORT: Reviewed and discussed college financial data. c. SAFETY & SECURITY RFP: Committee reviewed results of Mid-State Safety and Security Update RFP. One bid was received and assessed. Work is scheduled to begin in late May and be complete in early August. Motion by Mr. Merdan, seconded by Ms. Bruski Mallek, upon a roll call vote, unanimously awarded the Safety and Security RFP to Systems Technologies for $492,571. d. SPECIAL FY21 BUDGET PRESENTATION FOR FINANCE & INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE: Committee discussed potential dates to present the college's proposed FY21 operational budget. This meeting is typically held in early May. e. FINANCE IMPLICATIONS FOR TOPICS IN OTHER COMMITTEES: No topics discussed. 2. ACADEMIC & STUDENT SERVICES COMMITTEE Betty Bruski Mallek a. NEW PROGRAMMING: Committee reviewed program data on three potential new programs for Mid-State: Agronomy, Nail Technician, and Culinary Arts. Motion by Mr. Hoerter, seconded by Ms. Crass, upon a roll call vote, unanimously provided concept approval for the Agronomy Technical Diploma. Motion by Mr. Gerlach, seconded by Mr. Hoerter, upon a roll call vote, unanimously provided concept approval for the Nail Technician Technical Diploma. Motion by Mr. Hoerter, seconded by Ms. Miller, upon a roll call vote, unanimously provided concept approval for the Culinary Arts Program. b. ENROLLMENT DATA: Current year FTE update was provided. Mid-State is on track for an increase in both FTE and headcount again this year. 3. HUMAN RESOURCES & EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE Justin Hoerter a. SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS: Enhancements to Mid-State's safety and security measures were highlighted. Mid-State has two part-time Security Directors on staff who continue to review process and procedure for security enhancements. b. WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS AND PROPOSALS: Highlighted workforce contract with Committee. 4. COMMITTEE-OF-THE-WHOLE Robert Beaver a. FY21 CAPITAL BUDGET: A summary of the FY21 capital budget was provided (previously reviewed in detail by committee). A project list and proposed borrowing schedule was provided. Motion by Ms. Miller, seconded by Mr. Gerlach, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved the FY21 capital budget of $5.5 M b. MID-YEAR DASHBOARD: Presentation of Mid-State's Mid-Year Dashboard was made. Data associated with the Key Results and Pillars of Opportunity were highlighted. J. DISCUSSION & ACTION Dr. Shelly Mondeik 1. Discussion & Action was not held this month. K. CLOSED SESSION Robert Beaver The Board will entertain a motion to convene to closed session, pursuant to s. 19.85(1)(d) Wisconsin statutes, to discuss campus security measures. The Board may take action in closed session. Following the closed session, the Board will entertain a motion to reconvene in open session and will take any further action that is necessary and appropriate. The Board will thereafter entertain a motion to adjourn the meeting. Motion by Ms. Bruski Mallek, seconded by Ms. Crass, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved the closed session as announced by Mr. Beaver. The board moved into closed session at 5:55 p.m. L. ADJOURNMENT Robert Beaver Motion by Mr. Merdan, seconded by Ms. Crass, upon a roll call vote, unanimously approved reconvening in open session at 6:18 p.m. There being no further action or business of the Board, the meeting adjourned at 6:25 p.m. with a motion by Mr. Merdan, seconded by Mr. Hoerter, upon a voice vote. Lynneia Miller, Secretary Mid-State Technical College Board Angela R. Susa Recording Secretary Run: March 19, 2020 WNAXLP


Mid-State Technical College Invitation to Bid Bid No. 791 Selective Remodeling for: Marshfield Campus BID DATE: Wednesday April 15, 2020 1:00PM Sealed Bids for the project designated above will be received by Mid-State Technical College; hereinafter, referred to as the Owner. Bids will be received by Matthew Schneider, Director of Facilities and Procurement, Mid-State Technical College, 500 32nd St North, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 before the time and date indicated above. The public bid opening will occur at that time. Bids received after the above cited time may be considered a late bid and are not acceptable. All Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope, identified as Mid-State Bid #791, clearly marked on the outside of the envelope and endorsed by the bidder. Lump-sum bids will be received for General Construction to encompass all work under one contract. The project to be bid consists of miscellaneous work to increase ADA Accessibility at several locations throughout the building. Work includes plumbing and general construction to replace casework and sinks, and add an emergency eye wash fixtures. Minor electrical and HVAC work is required in one of the rooms. Work will commence after May 25, 2020 and shall be completed by August 7, 2020. Bidding documents are available after 4:00 pm, March 25, 2020 from the Office of the Architect, Somerville, Inc., 2100 Riverside Drive, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301. Instructions for downloading electronic (pdf) copies or requesting paper copies of the bidding documents can be obtained by emailing: planrequests@somervilleinc.com . If assistance is required in obtaining paper copies, please contact Somerville, Inc. Each Bid shall be accompanied by bid security in the sum of five percent (5%) of the total bid amount. The required security must be in the form of a bid bond issued by a surety licensed to conduct business in the State of Wisconsin and named in the current list of "Surety Companies Acceptable on Federal Bonds" as published in the Federal Register by the Audit Staff Bureau of Accounts, U.S. Treasury Department. The Surety Company must have an AM Best rating of A- or better. Bond will serve as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute the agreement and provide a Performance and labor and Material Payment Bond. Bid Securities of all bidders except the three (3) lowest bidders will be returned within ten (10) days after the bid opening. Bid securities will be returned to remaining bidders after execution of the agreement. Bid securities will be forfeited to the owner as liquidated damages if the bidder fails to execute and return Agreement and Bonds to owner within ten (10) days from receipt of agreement for signature. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids, when, in the opinion of the Owner, such action will serve the best interest of the Owner. The building and site may be examined only by appointment with Mr. Matthew Schneider (715-422-5308), Mrs. Alex Lendved (715-389-7011) or Mr. Mike Anderson (715-389-7035). Bids may be held by the Owner for a period not to exceed one hundred and twenty (120) days from the date above for the purpose of reviewing the bids and investigating the qualifications of bidders, prior to awarding contracts. No bid may be withdrawn during this period without written consent of the Owner. Matthew Schneider P.E., LEED AP Director of Facilities and Procurement Mid-State Technical College Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer Run: March 23, 2020 WNAXLP


Mid-State Technical College Invitation to Bid Bid No. 792 ADA Compliance Remodels for: Wisconsin Rapids Campus BID DATE: Wednesday April 15, 2020 1:00PM Sealed Bids for the project designated above will be received by Mid-State Technical College; hereinafter, referred to as the Owner. Bids will be received by Matthew Schneider, Director of Facilities and Procurement, Mid-State Technical College, 500 32nd St North, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 before the time and date indicated above. The public bid opening will occur at that time. Bids received after the above cited time may be considered a late bid and are not acceptable. All Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope, identified as Mid-State Bid #792 clearly marked on the outside of the envelope and endorsed by the bidder. Lump-sum bids will be received for General Construction to encompass all work under one contract. The project to be bid consists of miscellaneous work to increase ADA Accessibility at several locations throughout the campus. Work includes plumbing and general construction to replace casework and sinks, and replace and adjust emergency eye wash fixtures. Work will commence after May 25, 2020 and shall be completed by August 7, 2020. Bidding documents are available after 4:00 pm, March 25, 2020 from the Office of the Architect, Somerville, Inc., 2100 Riverside Drive, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301. Instructions for downloading electronic (pdf) copies or requesting paper copies of the bidding documents can be obtained by emailing: planrequests@somervilleinc.com . If assistance is required in obtaining paper copies, please contact Somerville, Inc. Each Bid shall be accompanied by bid security in the sum of five percent (5%) of the total bid amount. The required security must be in the form of a bid bond issued by a surety licensed to conduct business in the State of Wisconsin and named in the current list of "Surety Companies Acceptable on Federal Bonds" as published in the Federal Register by the Audit Staff Bureau of Accounts, U.S. Treasury Department. The Surety Company must have an AM Best rating of A- or better. Bond will serve as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute the agreement and provide a Performance and labor and Material Payment Bond. Bid Securities of all bidders except the three (3) lowest bidders will be returned within ten (10) days after the bid opening. Bid securities will be returned to remaining bidders after execution of the agreement. Bid securities will be forfeited to the owner as liquidated damages if the bidder fails to execute and return Agreement and Bonds to owner within ten (10) days from receipt of agreement for signature. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids, when, in the opinion of the Owner, such action will serve the best interest of the Owner. The building and site may be examined only by appointment with Mr. Matthew Schneider at phone number 715-422-5308. Bids may be held by the Owner for a period not to exceed one hundred and twenty (120) days from the date above for the purpose of reviewing the bids and investigating the qualifications of bidders, prior to awarding contracts. No bid may be withdrawn during this period without written consent of the Owner. Matthew Schneider P.E., LEED AP Director of Facilities and Procurement Mid-State Technical College Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer Run: March 23, 2020 WNAXLP


Minutes of REGULAR MEETING The Board of Education Wausau School District A REGULAR MEETING of the Board of Education of the Wausau School District was held Monday, February 10, 2020, beginning at 5:00 PM in the NICHOLSON BOARD ROOM at the LONGFELLOW ADMINISTRATION CENTER, 415 SEYMOUR STREET. Present: Bouché, Leigh, Martin, McKee, Miles, Rusch, Trollop, Webster, and Zunker. I. CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order at 5:00 pm. II. ROLL CALL III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE IV. READING OF THE MISSION STATEMENT V. PROCLAMATION: School Bus Driver Recognition Week VI. SPOTLIGHT ON EDUCATION: Thomas Jefferson 4th Graders and the 4 C's A presentation was shared. VII. PUBLIC AND STUDENT COMMENT There was none. VIII. APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA The Consent agenda was approved inclusive of Contract Increases, Layoffs/Recalls from Layoffs, Leaves of Absence, Contract Increases/Replacement Staff, Resignations, Terminations, Voluntary Retirements, Minutes, Payment of Bills/Budget Status and Investment Report, and Donations to the District. IX. OLD/RECURRING BUSINESS A. Education/Operations Committee Meeting 1. WC- WW Short Cycle Report on Goal W1: Increase Student Engagement The report was reviewed. 2. Legal Expense Summary for 2nd Quarter The report was reviewed. X. NEW BUSINESS A. Education/Operations Committee Meeting 1. WC - WW Optimization of Resources - Align available resources with strategic priorities a. Community Ideation Sessions Review b. Staff Survey Results c. Community Phone Survey Results The reports were reviewed. 2. Develop Referendum Proposals The Board authorized admin. to develop a proposal for a potential referendum. 3. Five Year Fiscal Forecast The report was reviewed. 4. Recommendation for 2020-21 Capital Projects The Board approved of the 2020-2021 Capital Projects and corresponding budget. XI. COMMITTEE UPDATES/ BOARD REFERRALS Miles made comments. XII. OPEN FORUM A. Board Member Professional Growth & Development Report There was none. B. Superintendent Commentary Hilts made comments. C. Presiding Officer Commentary Zunker made comments and the Board Liaison report was entered into the record. XIII. ADJOURN The meeting adjourned at 5:27 pm Respectfully Submitted, Jane Rusch, Board Clerk Run: March 11, 2020 WNAXLP


Minutes of Special USDD Board Meeting held on Monday, March 2, 2020 School Board President David Youngquist opened the meeting with the following announcements: This is a meeting of the Board of Education of the Unified School District of De Pere being held in public. Prior to this meeting, notice was given to the public by posting on the District website and at each of the school buildings. Finally, a copy of the notice was forwarded to the Green Bay Press Gazette, the official newspaper of the district. The special meeting of the Unified School District of De Pere Board of Education was held on Monday, February 3, 2020. School Board President Youngquist called the meeting to order at 7:05 PM. Roll Call- Present: Mathews, Meneau, Paroubek, Seeman, Van Straten and Youngquist; Excused - Mirkes. After roll call of Board members a quorum was declared and the Board proceeded with the regular order of business. Agenda: A motion was made by Seeman and seconded by Paroubek to accept the agenda as presented. Motion carried on a voice vote; all ayes. Resignation: A motion was made by Meneau and seconded by Van Straten to accept the resignation of Tiffannie Sorenson for the 2020-21 school year. Motion carried on a voice vote; all ayes. 2020-2021 Staffing Plan: A motion was made by Mathews and seconded by Paroubek to approve the 2020-2021 Staffing Plan as presented. Motion carried on a voice vote; all ayes. Executive Session: A motion was made by Van Straten and seconded by Seeman to close the public meeting and enter into executive session to consider the employment, promotion, compensation, or performance evaluation of the Superintendent. Motion carried on a roll call vote: Mathews, Meneau, Paroubek, Seeman, Van Straten and Youngquist; Excused - Mirkes. A motion was made by Seeman and seconded by Meneau to adjourn the executive session and return to open session. Motion carried on a voice vote; all ayes. A motion was made by Mathews and seconded by Paroubek to adjourn the special meeting of the Board of Education. Motion carried on a voice vote; all ayes. Run: March 19, 2020 WNAXLP


MINUTES OF THE COMMON COUNCIL TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2020, 6:00 PM COUNCIL CHAMBERS ROOM 203, CITY HALL A. ROLL CALL. Present: Craig Stevens, Mark Steuer, Kathy Lefebvre, Randy Scannell, Brian Johnson, Veronica Corpus-Dax, Andy Nicholson, John VanderLeest, Chris Wery, Barbara Dorff, Bill Galvin, Jesse Brunette B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE. C. INVOCATION. 1. The Invocation will be delivered by Alder Veronica Corpus-Dax. The Invocation was led by Alder Veronica Corpus-Dax, District 2. D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES. Moved by Ald. Andy Nicholson, seconded by Ald. Randy Scannell to approve. Motion carried. 1. Approval of the minutes from the February 4, 2020 Common Council meeting. E. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA. Moved by Ald. Bill Galvin, seconded by Ald. Brian Johnson to amend the agenda to move Ordinances-1st reading after appointments. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Mark Steuer to approve as amended. Motion carried. F. REPORT BY THE MAYOR. G. ANNOUNCEMENTS. H. APPOINTMENTS. 1. Re-appointments Traffic, Bicycle and Pedestrian Matt Kuepers, 1931 Treeland Drive, Green Bay 54304 Term to expire: March 1, 2023 Green Bay Housing Authority William Vande Castle, 206 Seminole Lane, Green Bay 54313 Term to expire: March 1, 2025 Ethics Board William Vande Castle, 206 Seminole Lane, Green Bay 54313 Term to expire: March 1, 2023 Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Kathy Lefebvre to re-appoint Matt Kuepers to the Traffic, Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Chris Wery, seconded by Ald. Mark Steuer to hold the re-appointment of William Vande Castle to the Green Bay Housing Authority. Motion failed. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Craig Stevens to approve the re-appointment of William Vande Castle to the Green Bay Housing Authority. Motion carried. Yes- Barbara Dorff, Bill Galvin, Brian Johnson, Craig Stevens, Jesse Brunette, John VanderLeest, Randy Scannell, Veronica Corpus-Dax, Kathy Lefebvre, No- Andy Nicholson, Chris Wery, Mark Steuer Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve the re-appointment of William Vande Castle to the Ethics Board. Motion carried. Ald. Chris Wery voted no. 2. New appointment: Sustainability Commission Cody,Standahl, 3367 Paula Street, Green Bay, WI 54311 Term to expire: November 1, 2022 Moved by Ald. Barbara Dorff, seconded by Ald. Andy Nicholson to confirm the appointment. Motion carried. I. PUBLIC HEARINGS. No one appeared to speak on the ordinances or resolution. 1. Zoning Ordinance No. 01-20 To create a Planned Unit Development (PUD) regulating signage at 1601-1603 North Quincy Street, subject to the draft Planned Unit Development District (PUD) Ordinance. 2. Planning Ordinance No. 01-20 An ordinance amending the official map of the City of Green Bay by closing portions of Acme Street and Lawrence Street to Public Traffic. 3. Resolution authorizing conditional use approval at 1332-1334 East Walnut Street. J. ORDINANCES - SECOND READING FOR ADOPTION. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Kathy Lefebvre to suspend the rules and take up Items 1 through 3 with a roll call vote. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to adopt Items 1 through 3. Motion carried. Yes- Andy Nicholson, Barbara Dorff, Bill Galvin, Brian Johnson, Chris Wery, Craig Stevens, Jesse Brunette, John VanderLeest, Mark Steuer, Randy Scannell, Veronica Corpus-Dax, Kathy Lefebvre 1. General Ordinance No. 03-20 An ordinance amending Section 29.208, Green Bay Municipal Code, relating to parking regulations. 2. Zoning Ordinance No. 01-20 To create a Planned Unit Development (PUD) regulating signage at 1601-1603 North Quincy Street, subject to the draft Planned Unit Development District (PUD) Ordinance. 3. Planning Ordinance No. 01-20 An ordinance amending the official map of the City of Green Bay by closing portions of Acme Street and Lawrence Street to Public Traffic. K. REPORT OF THE IMPROVEMENT & SERVICES COMMITTEE (FEBRUARY 12, 2020 AND FEBRUARY 25, 2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve with the exception of Item 13. Motion carried. 13. To approve the request by Department of Public Works to submit bond request to support 2020 Capital Improvement Program and forward to Finance Committee. (February 25, 2020) Moved by Ald. Mark Steuer, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve Item 13. Moved by Ald. Brian Johnson, seconded by Ald. Randy Scannell to amend Item 13 to: To decrease the revenue from Vehicle Registration fees from $2,285,000 to $2,050,000 To increase Pavement 2020 Bond Request from $5,980,000 to $6,215,000 To increase the Levy-Supported Bond Request from $6,025,000 to $6,260,000 To account for the $235,000 needed to fund Blacktop Materials, Joint Sealing Materials, and the associated bonding cost due to Blacktop Materials and Joint Sealing Materials being removed from the 2020 Budget. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Mark Steuer to adopt Item 13 as amended. Motion carried. L. REPORT OF THE PROTECTION & POLICY COMMITTEE (FEBRUARY 10, 2020 AND FEBRUARY 24, 2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Craig Stevens to approve. Motion carried. 1. To approve a "Class B" Combination license for Player 2, LLC at 219 N. Washington St. with a licensed premises description as "lower bar & upper bar. stored in basement," with the approval of the proper authorities (Currently Braggin Bar, LLC has been granted a license at this location) (February 10, 2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to open the floor for discussion. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Mark Steuer, seconded by Ald. Randy Scannell to close the floor for discussion. Motion carried. M. REPORT OF THE PROTECTION & POLICY COMMITTEE GRANTING OPERATOR LICENSES. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Mark Steuer to approve. Motion carried. N. REPORT OF THE PLAN COMMISSION (FEBRUARY 24, 2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Craig Stevens to approve with the exception of Item 1. Motion carried. 1. To deny the request to amend the existing Planned Unit Development (PUD) for Festival Foods/Kwik Trip to allow for the increase in height for an existing billboard located at 2400 University Avenue (Public Hearing held on 02/24/2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Bill Galvin to approve Item 1. Motion carried. Ald. Brian Johnson voted no. O. REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE (FEBRUARY 25, 2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve with the exception of 2. Motion carried. 2. To award a 3 year contract to Bellin Health Systems for the Fire Fighter NFPA 1582 Medical Compliant Physicals for $114,870 ($38,290 annually) with the option of two additional one-year contracts upon mutual agreement by both parties. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve Item 2. Motion carried. Ald. Jesse Brunette abstained as his wife is employed by the recipient of the contract. P. REPORT OF THE PARK COMMITTEE (FEBRUARY 26, 2020) Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Craig Stevens to approve. Motion carried. Q. REPORT OF THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE (FEBRUARY 25, 2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Kathy Lefebvre to approve with the exception of Item 2. Motion carried. 2. To approve as amended the City of Green Bay Chapter 22 Dress Policy to create a Dress for Your Day Policy. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve Item 2. Motion carried. R. REPORT OF THE TRAFFIC, BICYCLE, AND PEDESTRIAN COMMISSION (FEBRUARY 17, 2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Craig Stevens to approve. Motion carried. S. REPORT OF THE SUSTAINABILITY COMMISSION (FEBRUARY 12, 2020). Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve. Motion carried. T. RECEIVE AND PLACE ON FILE. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve. Motion carried. U. RESOLUTIONS. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Kathy Lefebvre to suspend the rules and adopt Resolutions 1 through 11 together with one roll call vote. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Mark Steuer, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to adopt Resolutions 1 through 11. Motion carried. Yes- Andy Nicholson, Barbara Dorff, Bill Galvin, Brian Johnson, Chris Wery, Craig Stevens, Jesse Brunette, John VanderLeest, Mark Steuer, Randy Scannell, Veronica Corpus-Dax, Kathy Lefebvre 1. Resolution drawing final orders to contractors for March 3, 2020. 2. Final resolution authorizing asphalt pavement improvements and levying special assessments against property. 3. Resolution to accept sidewalks and issue assessments. 4. Final resolution authorizing asphalt resurfacing improvements and levying special assessments against property. 5. Resolution authorizing Conditional Use Permit at 815-827 South Monroe Avenue. 6. Resolution to cancel certain property taxes in the amount of $3,107.29. 7. Resolution authorizing 2019 transfer of $13,432.57 from contingency for legal expenses related to Georgia Pacific tax appeal for real estate and personal property. 8. Preliminary resolution declaring intent to exercise special assessment powers under Section 66.0703, Wisconsin Statutes, for the installation of sanitary sewer and/or sanitary sewer laterals. 9. Preliminary resolution declaring intent to exercise special assessment powers under Section 66.0703, Wisconsin Statutes, for the installation of storm sewer and/or storm sewer laterals. 10. Preliminary resolution declaring intent to exercise special assessment powers under Section 66.0703, Wisconsin Statutes, for the installation of water main and water services. 11. Resolution authorizing conditional use approval at 1332-1334 East Walnut Street. V. ORDINANCES - FIRST READING. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Bill Galvin to suspend the rules and advance Ordinances 2 through 5 to a second reading. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Barbara Dorff, seconded by Ald. Randy Scannell to advance Ordinances 2 through 5. Motion carried. 1. General Ordinance No. 04-20 An Ordinance Amending Section 33.05, Green Bay Municipal Code, Relating To Liquor License Fees. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Barbara Dorff to approve Item 1. Moved by Ald. Mark Steuer, seconded by Ald. Randy Scannell to open the floor for discussion. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Brian Johnson to close the floor. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Bill Galvin, seconded by Mark Steuer to amend Item 1 to amend the "Class "A" Beer license fee to $400 and the "Class A" liquor license fee to $400 and leave the "Class B" liquor license at $400. Moved by Ald. Mark Steuer, seconded by Ald. Randy Scannell to open the floor for discussion. Motion carried. Moved by Ald. Mark Steuer, seconded by Ald. Randy Scannell to close the floor for discussion. Motion carried. A board vote was taken on the motion to amend the "Class "A" Beer license fee to $400 and the "Class A" liquor license fee to $400 and leave the "Class B" liquor license at $400. Motion carried. Yes- Andy Nicholson, Bill Galvin, Brian Johnson, Chris Wery, Jesse Brunette, John VanderLeest, Mark Steuer, Veronica Corpus-Dax, No- Barbara Dorff, Craig Stevens, Randy Scannell, Kathy Lefebvre There was an acclamation of suspension of the rules to adopt this ordinance on the first reading with a 2/3 vote. Moved by Ald. Barbara Dorff, seconded by Ald. Veronica Corpus-Dax to approved Item 1 as amended. Motion carried. Yes-Andy Nicholson, Barbara Dorff, Bill Galvin, Craig Stevens, Jesse Brunette, John VanderLeest, Mark Steuer, Randy Scannell, Veronica Corpus-Dax, Kathy Lefebvre No-Brian Johnson, Chris Wery 2. General Ordinance No. 05-20 An ordinance to amend Section 21.11(8), GBMC, relating to Financing of Lead Water Service Line Replacement. 3. General Ordinance No. 06-20 An ordinance amending Section 29.208, Green Bay Municipal Code, relating to parking regulations. 4. General Ordinance No. 07-20 An ordinance amending Section 29.307, Green Bay Municipal Code, relating to traffic regulations. 5. Zoning Ordinance No. 2-20 An ordinance rezoning property located at 1860 West Mason Street from General Commercial (C1) to Highway Commercial (C2). W. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Craig Stevens to go into closed session at 7:37 p.m. Motion carried. Yes- Barbara Dorff, Bill Galvin, Brian Johnson, Chris Wery, Craig Stevens, Jesse Brunette, John VanderLeest, Mark Steuer, Randy Scannell, Veronica Corpus-Dax, Kathy Lefebvre, No- Andy Nicholson Ald. Randy Scannell to read the closed session language. Moved by Ald. Barbara Dorff, seconded by Ald. Andy Nicholson to return to regular order of business at 8:19 p.m. Motion carried. No action was taken. 1. Update on status of negotiations with the Oneida Nation regarding Cooperative Governance Agreement. The Council may convene in closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(e), Wis. Stats., for purposes of deliberating or negotiating the sale of public properties, investing of public funds or conducting other specified public business as necessary for competitive or bargaining reasons. The Council may thereafter reconvene in open session pursuant to Section 19.85(2), Wis. Stats., to report the results of the closed session and consider the balance of the agenda. X. REFERRAL OF PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Andy Nicholson to refer the petitions and communications to the appropriate Committee or Commission. Motion carried. A request by Ald. John VanderLeest to the Water Commission to request on behalf of Hazelwood Lane residents to replace the main water line on Hazelwood Lane from Wood Lane to Packerland Drive due to the frequent main line water breaks. This project should be added to the 2020 or 2021 project list. A request by Ald. Brian Johnson to the Finance Committee to review the city's capitalization policy and recommend necessary changes as it relates to minimum bonding thresholds in an effort to stem the city's growing debt. A request by Ald. Barbara Dorff to the Finance Committee to in the spirit of preparation/mitigation, I request a report to the Finance or Personnel committee by Fire and what other other departments may be appropriate, regarding our current city pandemic plan in terms of potentially needed finances and personnel, especially, but not limited to, protecting our first responders from contamination. A request by Ald. Chris Wery to the Personnel Committee to clarify the term length of Vanya Koepke, currently serving on the Green Bay Police and Fire Commission. A request by Ald. John Vander Leest to the Improvement & Services Committee to request on behalf of area residents for the sink hole in the front yard of 1831 Van Oss Ct near the newly installed mini storm sewer be investigated by the Public Works department and to be fixed in the spring. A request by Ald. Brian Johnson to the Parks Committee to direct the Parks director to explore land acquisition options for the creation of a park to serve the residents on the southern end of District 9 on or near the Liberty & 12th Ave corridors. A request by Ald. Jesse Brunette to the Parks Committee for discussion with possible action on the status of fat tire bike usage at He-Nis-Ra Park. A request by Ald. Brian Johnson to the RDA to direct the Redevelopment Authority to initiate negotiations to purchase 927 Liberty Ave utilizing neighborhood enhancement funds, block grant or other funding resources available to the City of Green Bay or RDA. A request by Ald. Galvin to the Bike, Pedestrian & Traffic Commission to change Cass St. from Bellevue St. to E. Mason St. to a truck route. A request by Ald. Galvin to the Protection & Policy Committee to review and adopt the Hotel Registration & Security ordinance from Ashwaubenon (Section 9-1-8 ord # 03-1-19, 3-26-2019). A request by Ald. Chris Wery to the Protection & Policy Committee regarding creation of a resolution to our state legislators to override the veto by Governor Evers of Senate Bill 60 regarding placement of sex offenders. Y. ADJOURNMENT. Moved by Ald. Randy Scannell, seconded by Ald. Mark Steuer to adjourn at 8:23 p.m. Motion carried. Kris A. Teske Green Bay City Clerk These minutes in their entirety, are available in the City Clerk's Office and on the City website at greenbaywi.gov Run: March 13, 2020 WNAXLP


Minutes of the Public Hearing in the Matter of State and Federal Aid for Improvements at Oconto J Douglas Bake Municipal Airport Held on February 11, 2020 Pursuant to Notice Duly Given: The City of Oconto is considering petitioning the State of Wisconsin, Department of Transportation, for state and federal aid to undertake the following development at the Oconto J Douglas Bake Municipal Airport: Construct hangars; Develop hangar area; Update wildlife site visit; Upgrade fuel system; Crack Fill and Sealcoat airport pavements; Purchase snow removal and mowing equipment; Construct equipment storage shed; Rehabilitate terminal building; clear runway approaches as stated in Wis. Admin. Code Trans Sects 55; and any necessary related work Notice is hereby given that the City of Oconto will hold a public hearing at 6:00 p.m. on February 11, 2020 in the City Council Chambers, 1210 Main Street, Oconto, Wisconsin. Mayor Heier opened the public hearing at 6:00 p.m. Present at the hearing were: Alderperson Schreiber, Alderperson Bronikowski, Alderperson D. Reed, Alderperson Markusen, Mayor Heier, Attorney Calvert, Administrator Perrizo, Police Chief Mike Rehberg, Fire Chief John Reed, Building Inspector Joe Last, Park & Recreation Director John Bostedt, Superintendent of Public Works Jeremy Wusterbarth, other interested parties. Mayor Heier asked three times for input and none was received. Moved by Markusen, second by D. Reed to close the public hearing at 6:03 p.m. Motion carried upon verbal voice vote. 4 ayes Immediately Following - Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the City Council Held on February 11, 2020 Pursuant to Notice Duly Given: 1. Meeting called to order by Mayor Heier at 6:04 p.m. 2. Roll Call: Al Schreiber, Kim Bronikowski, Attorney Calvert, Mayor Heier, Wes Markusen, Dean Reed Excused: Roger Reed, Jean Feldt Also Present: Police Chief Mike Rehberg, Fire Chief John Reed, Building Inspector Joe Last, Park & Recreation Director John Bostedt, Superintendent of Public Works Jeremy Wusterbarth, Sara Perrizo, Administrator and as recording secretary and other interested parties 3. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance by Alderperson D. Reed 4. Approval of Agenda Moved by Schreiber, seconded by Bronikowski to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried upon verbal voice vote. 4 ayes 5. Approval of Minutes as Presented from City Council and any Special Council Meetings Moved by Markusen, seconded by D. Reed to approve the minutes as presented. Motion carried upon verbal voice vote. 4 ayes 6. Approval of Department Reports as Presented Moved by Bronikowski, seconded by Schreiber to approve the department reports. Motion carried upon verbal voice vote. 4 ayes 7. Correspondence/Public Input. Schreiber spoke regarding the request for dedicated parking spots for a business on Main Street. He spoke with the owner of the business and gave her his opinion that if the City designates spots for one business, we will have to do it for all businesses. 8. Approval of Consent Agenda a. Approval of Alcohol Beverage License Applications, Applications for Temporary Class B Retailer's License, Applications for License to Serve Fermented Beverages and/or Intoxicating Liquor and Appointment of Agents b. Approval of Accounts Payable for the Month of December 2019 in the amount of $321,020.45, Payroll for the Month of December 2019 in the Amount of $149,747.90, and other Financial Reports as Presented c. Approval of Municipal Disaster Proclamation d. Approval of Quote from Crane Engineering in the Amount of $42,975 for Six Inch Pump Moved by Schreiber, seconded by D. Reed to approve the consent agenda. Motion carried upon electronically recorded vote. 4 ayes 9. Discussion/Recommendation/Action on the Following a. Resolution Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of $4,480,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2020A Jeff Belongia from Hutchinson, Shockey, Earley was present to discuss this item. He stated that the City was assigned a new analyst for the rating process and the analyst didn't understand the nature of some unexpected expenses that the City incurred. The analyst did downgrade the City's bond rating, but we can purchase bond insurance to increase the rating to AA. The cost of the insurance is $13,000 and purchasing it will save the City approximately $400,000 in interest costs. When the bonds went to market, it was found that buyers are willing to pay a premium for them as the rates are currently very low. Because of this, the actual bond amount will be $4,305,000 and $71,000 of the bond premium will be used toward the cost of the first interest payment. The true interest cost of the bonding is 2.151%. Moved by D. Reed, seconded by Bronikowski to approve the resolution. Motion carried upon electronically recorded vote. 4 ayes b. Emergency Chain of Command J. Reed heard that there was some concern from an alderperson on how things were handled with the ice breaking during the recent flooding. The current emergency chain of command has the Mayor at the top, then the Administrator and then the Police and Fire Chiefs. J. Reed opined that the other department heads should also be listed. He has worked with Perrizo on this and she agrees. This chain of command has the authority to make decisions in emergencies, including financial decisions. The way things happened during the flood emergency was correct. Mayor Heier stated that there was a two-hour window to make a decision on bringing in the barge, so there was no time to have a meeting. He contacted Schreiber and R. Reed and Perrizo contacted the other alderpersons within 10 minutes of making the decision to bring in the barge. He has always tried to keep the Council in the loop on things and will continue to do so. Schreiber thanked the City leadership for what is getting done now and noted that, while no one likes to spend money, if we hadn't brought in the barge to break up the ice it could have caused more damage. Schreiber opined that Mayor Heier is doing a great job and the group of department heads is the best he has seen in his 20 years on the Council. No action. c. Approval of Resolution Petitioning the Secretary of Transportation for Airport Improvement Aid Moved by Schreiber, seconded by Bronikowski to approve the resolution. Motion carried upon electronically recorded vote. 4 ayes d. Approval of Certified Survey Map for Unlimited Services of Wisconsin, Inc. Property Located in the City of Oconto Mayor Heier stated that this will separate the Guadalupe Chapel onto its own parcel. Schreiber thanked Unlimited Services for what they are doing to try to save the chapel. He noted that they are trying to donate the building and land to the historical society and trying to get it on the National Historical Register. Moved by D. Reed, seconded by Markusen to approve the certified survey map. Motion carried upon electronically recorded vote. 4 ayes e. Approval of Quote for SCBA Equipment J. Reed stated that the current gear is expiring. Forty-one thanks are needed at a cost of $59,942. In addition, two one-hour packs are needed and one Rit-Pak. The total cost is $65,982. Moved by D. Reed, seconded by Markusen to approve the quote. Motion carried upon electronically recorded vote. 4 ayes f. Approval of Purchase of Cold Water Rescue Equipment J. Reed stated that, in preparation for flooding, ice rescue suits are needed. Six new suits are needed so the department will have a total of twelve. The cost of these is $3,400. In addition, he is requesting to purchase an H2O Rescue sled at a cost of $2,800. This money will come out of the capital projects budget. All departments and alderpersons are invited to be trained in the use of the suits for cold water rescue. Moved by Schreiber, seconded by Bronikowski to approve the purchase. Motion carried upon electronically recorded vote. 4 ayes g. Approval of Purchase of New Loader in the Amount of $160,148 Wusterbarth explained that this will replace the 1992 model that is currently in use. The expenditure will be paid for with money from the bonding. Moved by Markusen, seconded by D. Reed to approve the purchase. Motion carried upon electronically recorded vote. 4 ayes h. Approval of Invoice from Morton Salt in the Amount of $17,882.52 Wusterbarth said that this is for the remaining contracted amount of salt. Moved by Schreiber, seconded by Bronikowski to approve the invoice. Motion carried upon electronically recorded vote. 4 ayes 10. Adjournment. Moved by D. Reed, seconded by Markusen to adjourn at 6:34 p.m. Motion carried upon verbal voice vote. 4 ayes Respectfully Submitted: Sara J. Perrizo Administrator Run: March 18, 2020 WNAXLP


MIRON CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. is inviting subcontractors to submit bids for the Kaukauna School District. Bids should be emailed to bids@miron-construction.com or faxed to (920) 751-8150 before 3:00 P.M. on April 2, 2020. E-mail andrea.krause@miron-construction.com for access to the bidding documents. Direct inquires to Alex Williams at 920-886-7863. Rights are reserved to reject any or all bids. RUN: Mar. 20, 27, 2020 WNAXLP