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Common Council Meeting Minutes – March 16, 2021

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS – COUNCIL CHAMBERS – KAUKAUNA, WISCONSIN – MARCH 16, 2021

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Pursuant to adjournment on March 2, 2021 meeting of the Common Council of the City of Kaukauna was called to order by Mayor Penterman at 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 with remote teleconference via ZOOM.

Roll call present:  Coenen, DeCoster, Duda, Eggleston, Moore, Roehrig, and Thiele.

Absent & Excused:  Schell

Also present:  DPW/Eng. Sundelius, City Attorney Davidson, Fire Chief Carrel, Police Chief Graff,   Prin. Planner Watson Brunette, Rec. Dir. Malloy, Finance Dir. Van Rossum, HR Dir. Audette, Library Dir. Thiem-Menning, IT Dir. Krause, Grignon Mansion Dir. Mickelson, and interested citizens.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to excuse the absent member.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

One minute of silent prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag observed by the assembly with remote teleconference via ZOOM.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to suspend the rules and waive the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting of March 2, 2021.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to adopt the minutes of the meeting of March 2, 2021.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

PRESENTATION OF LETTERS, PETITIONS, REMONSTRANCES, MEMORIALS, AND ACCOUNTS

Bills Payable

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Thiele to pay bills out of the proper accounts.

Roll call vote:  Coenen-aye, DeCoster-aye, Duda-aye, Eggleton-aye, Moore-aye, Roehrig-aye, Thiele-aye.

Motion carried.

PUBLIC APPEARANCES

Barb Koch, 2005 Augustine Street, Kaukauna spoke on behalf of herself and her husband Dave regarding the asphalt paving project scheduled to be done on their street.  They do not feel this is a necessity.  They are not happy about the cost of this project and inquired about what the costs will be.  Mayor Penterman asked her to contact the Engineering Department to discuss this matter further.

BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR

Cancellations and closings due to COVID-19 ALERT.

The Municipal Services Building is scheduled to open to the public on Monday, April 5.  General rules and guidelines for opening will be provided.

In person Committee and Council meetings are still being discussed.  The determining factor will be based on the Governors orders on the amount of people who can be physically in the same room.

REPORTS OF STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES

Board of Public Works Meeting Minutes of March 15, 2021.

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

A meeting of the Board of Public Works was called to order by Mayor Penterman on Monday, March 15, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. remote teleconference via ZOOM.

Members present:  Coenen, DeCoster, Duda, Moore, Roehrig, and Thiele.

Absent & Excused:  Schell

Also present:   Mayor Penterman, Attny. Davidson, DPW/Eng. Sundelius, Sen. Proj. Eng. Neumeier, Proj. Eng. Cesafsky, Fin. Dir. Van Rossum, Fire Chief Carrel, Police Chief Graff, Street Sup. Vandenheuvel, Rec. Dir. Malloy, Principal Planner Watson Brunette, HR Dir. Audette, IT Dir. Krause, KU Gen. Mgr. Feldt and interested citizens.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to excused the absent member.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Correspondence.

Letter from Priscilla Baker, 201 W. 8th Street, regarding a snow bill was read.  The letter was to ask for the snow removal fee to be waived or reduced.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to receive and place on file the letter from Priscilla Baker.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Letter from Aubrey and Brady Van De Hey, 3301 Fieldcrest Drive, regarding a snow bill was read.  The letter was to ask for the snow removal fee to be waived or reduced.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to receive and place on file the letter from Aubrey and Brady Van De Hey.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Letter from Alisha Halbach, 400 Frances Street, regarding a snow bill was read.  The letter was to ask for the snow removal fee to be waived or reduced.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to receive and place on file the letter from Alisha Halbach.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Letter from Thomas Wheeler, 536 Frances Street, regarding a snow bill was read.  The letter was to ask for the snow removal fee to be waived or reduced.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to receive and place on file the letter from Thomas Wheeler.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Open Bids for Project 4-21, 2021 Asphalt Street Paving.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Eggleston to receive no more bids and open the bids received.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

DPW/Eng. Sundelius opened the two bids received.  One addendum was acknowledged on each bid.  There are three units to this project.  Each unit will be segregated on the bid tabulations.

CONTRACTOR TOTAL BID AMOUNT
MCC $722,249.30
Northeast Asphalt Inc. – Greenville $555,785.00

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to authorize the Department of Public Works tabulate the bids and come back to the Board with a recommendation.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Update on Red Hills Landfill Odor Reduction.

Ahlstrom-Munksjo has received and reviewed possible odor reduction solutions with their landfill consultant and have begun activity at the landfill.  Representatives Lee Hammen-Mill Manager; Mark Nessman-Environmental Manager; Heath Hoffman-Operations Manager; and Bill Krabb-Landfill Manager from the Ahlstrom-Munksjo were present to provided information, along with photos/drawings, on their efforts and plans.  Questions from the Board were answered.  Another progress report will be given at the second Board of Public Works meeting in April.

  1. Resolution requiring the repair of an at-grade crossing (Augustine Street).

The City has requested that the Wisconsin Central Ltd. (Canadian National) Railroad repair the at-grade crossing on Augustine Street on at least two occasions in 2019.  A copy of an e-mail and a letter were provided.  No response was received from the railroad for either of the requests.  Information from the Office of the Commissioner of Railroads on the process that must be followed to demand that a rough crossing be repaired was provided.  The next step in the “rough crossing process” is the passing of a resolution demanding the repairs and serving it upon the railroad.  This resolution is on the Tuesday, March 16 Common Council agenda for approval.  DPW/Eng. Sundelius answered questions from the Board.

  1. Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District (HOVMSD) Interceptor Financing Plan.

The HOVMSD owns and maintains a sanitary sewer interceptor that extends from the wastewater treatment plant on Thilmany Road in the City of Kaukauna to the Village of Kimberly.  A large portion of the interceptor is located in the bed of the Fox River.  The interceptor is in need of a major rehabilitation.  HOVMSD Commission President David Casper and HOVMSD District Director Brian Helminger addressed the Board of Public Works giving background information and explaining how the flow volume parameter method determination was reached.  Questions from the Board were answered.  Mayor Penterman thanked Mr. Casper and Mr. Helminger for providing information on the financing plan, but also restated his opposition to that financing method.

  1. Snow removal bill for 900 Brill Road (Ruley).

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to refer the bill for 900 Bill Road back to the Street Superintendent for resolution.  Discussion was held on past history of how these type of bills were resolved.

Motion carried 5 to 2 with DeCoster and Roehrig voting nay.

  1. Stormwater Management Plan update.

This item was pulled from the agenda until the next meeting.

  1. Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Annual Report to DNR.

As a permitted municipality under Wisconsin NR 216, an annual report of activities and updates to the City’s stormwater management is submitted to Wisconsin DNR.  Prior to the March 31 submission, the City Engineering Department distributes the report to the Board of Public Works and Common Council and provides public access to the report via the City website.  The DNR reporting form, summary of activities and accomplishments was provided by Senior Project Engineer Neumeier.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to approve the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Annual Report as amended for submission to the DNR.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Kaukauna Youth Baseball proposed improvements at various athletic fields.

Corey Schuh, Kaukauna Youth Baseball, provided a list of park improvements for 2021 and explained the details of each project.  Mayor Penterman thanked Corey and Kaukauna Youth Baseball for their hard work on improvements to the City of Kaukauna ball fields.

Motion by Thiele, seconded by Moore to authorize Kaukauna Youth Baseball to complete park improvements in 2021.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. General Matters – none.

Motion made by DeCoster, seconded by Coenen to adjourn.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 7:35 p.m.

Sally Kenney

Clerk

Motion by Thiele, seconded by DeCoster to adopt the Board of Public Works Meeting Minutes of March 15, 2021 as presented.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Finance & Personnel Committee Meeting Minutes of March 15, 2021.

FINANCE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE

A meeting of the Finance and Personnel Committee was called to order by Chairman Penterman on Monday, March 15, 2021 at 7:36 p.m. remote teleconference via ZOOM.

Members present: Mayor Penterman, Coenen, Duda, Moore, and Roehrig.

Absent & Excused:  Schell.

Also present:  Ald. Thiele, Ald. DeCoster, Ald. Eggleston, Attorney Davidson, DPW/Eng. Sundelius, Sen. Proj. Eng. Neumeier, Principal Planner Watson Brunette, Fin. Dir. Van Rossum, Fire Chief Carrel, Police Chief Graff, Street Sup. Vandenheuvel, Rec. Dir. Malloy, HR Dir. Audette, KU Gen. Mgr. Feldt and interested citizens.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to excuse the absent member.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Correspondence – None.
  2. Authorization to hire for a DPW Laborer position.

Staff seeks authorization from the Finance and Personnel Committee to fill a Laborer position due to a recent staff termination.  Position will be posted so that recruitment can begin.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to grant staff permission to fill a Laborer position in the Street Department.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Staff recommendation memo on Organizational Review.

A memo with background information from HR Dir. Audette was provided.  After reviewing four proposals submitted to the City of Kaukauna, the evaluation team unanimously agreed that GovHR met all the standards, conditions and evaluation criteria contained in the RFP.  The analysis is expected to take up to 16 weeks.  If after the analysis is completed, staff are satisfied with the work conducted by GovHR, a proposal to the committee to continue analysis of the City’s remaining services and departments will be made.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to authorize staff to enter into an agreement with GovHR for the completion of an Organizational Structure and Staffing level analysis of the City’s Planning/Community Development and Public Works departments in an amount not to exceed $13,500.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. General Matters – none.

Motion by Coenen, seconded Moore to adjourn.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 7:40 P.M.

Sally Kenney, Clerk

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adopt the Finance & Personnel Committee Meeting Minutes of March 15, 2021 as presented.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Health & Recreation Meeting Minutes of March 15, 2021.

HEALTH AND RECREATION COMMITTEE

A meeting of the Health and Recreation Committee was called to order by Chairman Duda on Monday, March 15, 2021 at 7:40 P.M. remote teleconference via ZOOM.

Members present:  Duda, Eggleston, and Roehrig.

Absent & Excused:  Schell.

Also present:   Mayor Penterman, Ald. Coenen, Moore, Thiele, Attorney Davidson, Principal Planner Brunette, DPW/Eng. Sundelius, Street Superintendent VandenHeuvel, Fin. Director Van Rossum, Police Chief Graff, Fire Chief Carrel, Rec. Dir. Malloy, HR Dir. Audette, IT Dir. Krause, and interested citizens.

Motion by Roehrig, seconded by Duda to excuse the absent member.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Correspondence – None.
  2. Temporary Class B License to Holy Cross Catholic Church/St. Ignatius School, 220 Doty Street, gym, lobby & cafeteria on April 16, 17, 18, April 23, 24, & 25, 2021 for “Holy Cross Men’s Open Basketball Tournament”.

Motion by Roehrig, seconded by Duda to grant the Temporary Class B License to Holy Cross Catholic Church/St. Ignatius School, 220 Doty Street, gym, lobby & cafeteria on April 16, 17, 18, April 23, 24, & 25, 2021 for “Holy Cross Men’s Open Basketball Tournament”.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

3. Memo regarding COVID-19 Temporary Outdoor Seating Area Permit for 2021.

Staff is requesting permission to extend the COVID-19 temporary outdoor seating permit for 2021.  The new permit will allow for liquor license holding business to have expanded outdoor seating continuing through March 31, 2022.

Motion by Roehrig, seconded by Duda to grand permission to extend the COVID-19 temporary outdoor seating permit for 2021.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

4. Review of Chicken Keeping Permit.

At the September 14, 2020 Health & Recreation Meeting the Committee authorized the City Attorney to draft a revised Ordinance updating the Chicken Keeping Permit increasing the allowance of 6 chickens from 4.

Motion by Eggleston, seconded by Roehrig to approve the amendments made by the City Attorney to Ordinance 1760 – Ordinance Repealing and Replacing Section 11.12 of the Municipal Code – Keeping of Goats, Pigs, Rabbits, Fowl and Bees.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

5. Class B Beer License to Bubblefresh Laundry, Patrick Van Abel agent, Bubblefresh Laundry LLC, 2121 Crooks Ave., Kaukauna.

Concerns and discussion was held on this application.  No action was taken.

6. General Matters – none.

Motion made by Roehrig, seconded by Duda to adjourn.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 7:49 P.M.

Sally Kenney

Clerk

Motion by Duda, seconded by Eggleston to adopt the Health & Recreation Meeting Minutes of March 15, 2021 as presented.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Plan Commission Meeting Minutes of February 4, 2021.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to receive and place on file the Plan Commission Meeting Minutes of February 4, 2021.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Industrial Park Commission Meeting Minutes of February 10, 2021.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by DeCoster to receive and place on file the Industrial Park Commission Meeting Minutes of February 10, 2021.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

1000 Islands Environmental Center Meeting Minutes of February 18, 2021.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Thiele to receive and place on file the 1000 Islands Environmental Center Meeting Minutes of February 18, 2021.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Operators/Bartenders License.

The following applicant has applied for an operator’s license for the license year 2020 2022 and has been recommended for approval based on their record check by the police department:

Osterberg Jr. Mark A 4026 Towne Lakes Circle Appleton

Motion by Duda, seconded by Thiele to grant the operator/bar tender license.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

The following applicant has applied for an operator’s license and has been recommended for denial based on their record check by the police department:

Lassila Thomas R W1722 Poplar Lane Seymour

 Motion by Duda, seconded by Thiele to deny the operator/bar tender license based on their record check by the police department.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

Fire Report

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Duda to receive and place on file the February 2021 Fire Report.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Ambulance Report

Motion made by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to receive and place on file the February 2021 Ambulance Report.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Police Report

Motion made by Coenen, seconded by DeCoster to receive and place on file the February 2021 Police Report.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Municipal Court Report

Motion made by Coenen, seconded by Moore to receive and place on file the February 2021 Municipal Court Report.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Clerk-Treasurer’s Deposit Report

Motion made by Coenen, seconded by Eggleston to receive and place on file the February 2021 Clerk-Treasurer’s Deposit Report.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Building Inspection Report

Motion made by Coenen, seconded by DeCoster to receive and place on file the February 2021 Building Inspection Report.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Draft Housing Analysis Report for Downtown Kaukauna, prepared by Redevelopment Resources.

A draft of the Kaukauna Housing Site Analysis for downtown Kaukauna was provided.  The draft report was shared with Plan Commission on 3/4/2021 and will not be made public until staff is directed to do so after Common Council review of this full report.

Motion by Thiele, seconded by Coenen to receive and place on file the Draft Housing Analysis Report for Downtown Kaukauna, prepared by Redevelopment Resources.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Presentation of new downtown banner series.

Principal Planner Brunette provided slides of the new downtown banners.  A timeline of banner placement was given and questions from the Council were answered.

Permission to enter into an agreement with Municode for electronic packet software.

Finance Director Van Rossum provided the agreement from Municode for electronic packet software and answered questions from the Council.  Finance Director Van Rossum was asked to contact another community who uses Municode for electronic packets and inquire with Municode on specific features before entering into this agreement.  This item will be brought back to the Council at the next meeting.

Award of Grant Monies to the Friends of the Grignon Mansion for COVID-19 Relief.

Grignon Mansion Dir. Mickelson gave an update on two grant donations the Grignon Mansion has received.  The first is for $5,000 from the Fox Cities Convention and Visitors and the second is from the Nelson Family Fund.  These funds will be used to support events and pay for structural repairs at the Mansion.

PRESENTATION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

Resolution 2021-5257 Adopting a 1-Lot CSM at 111 Main Avenue, Submitted by the City of Kaukauna.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to suspend the rules and waive the reading of Resolution 2021-5257 Adopting a 1-Lot CSM at 111 Main Avenue, Submitted by the City of Kaukauna.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to adopt Resolution 2021-5257 Adopting a 1-Lot CSM at 111 Main Avenue, Submitted by the City of Kaukauna.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Resolution 2021-5258 Authorizing Staff to enter into a Development Agreement with 111 Main LLC for Redevelopment of Property located at 111 Main Avenue.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to suspend the rules and waive the reading of Resolution 2021-5258 Authorizing Staff to enter into a Development Agreement with 111 Main LLC for Redevelopment of Property located at 111 Main Avenue.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Thiele to go out of order and come back to item 8b later in the meeting.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Resolution 2021-5260 Authorizing staff to enter into a Development Agreement with Bank of Kaukauna for Redevelopment of Property located at 120 E. Wisconsin Avenue.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Thiele to go out of order and come back to item 8c later in the meeting.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Resolution 2021-5261 Granting a Utility Easement to TDS in Thelen Park.

This agenda item was pulled.

Resolution 2021-5262 Petition for the alteration of an at-grade crossing on Augustine Street.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to suspend the rules and waive the reading of Resolution 2021-5262 Petition for the alteration of an at-grade crossing on Augustine Street.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Thiele to adopt Resolution 2021-5262 Petition for the alteration of an at-grade crossing on Augustine Street.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Ordinance 1829 Repealing and Replacing Section 11.12 of the Municipal Code – Keeping of Goats, Pigs, Rabbits, Fowl and Bees.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to suspend the rules and waive the reading of Ordinance 1829 Repealing and Replacing Section 11.12 of the Municipal Code – Keeping of Goats, Pigs, Rabbits, Fowl and Bees.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adopt Ordinance 1829 Repealing and Replacing Section 11.12 of the Municipal Code – Keeping of Goats, Pigs, Rabbits, Fowl and Bees with the amendment to the numbering sequence within the ordinance.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO STATE STATUTE 19.85(1)(E) TO DISCUSS REDEVELOPMENT OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 111 MAIN AVENUE. (PROJECT #2021-PL-04)

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adjourn to closed session pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(e) to discuss redevelopment of property located at 111 Main Avenue. (Project #2021-PL-04)

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Moved to closed session at 8:06 p.m.

RETURN TO OPEN SESSION FOR POSSIBLE ACTION

Motion by Moore, seconded by DeCoster to return to open session for possible action.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Returned to open session at 8:13 p.m.

Resolution 2021-5258 Authorizing Staff to enter into a Development Agreement with 111 Main LLC for Redevelopment of Property located at 111 Main Avenue.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adopt Resolution 2021-5258 Authorizing Staff to enter into a Development Agreement with 111 Main LLC for Redevelopment of Property located at 111 Main Avenue.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO STATE STATUTE 19.85(1)(E) TO DISCUSS REDEVELOPMENT OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 120 E. WISCONSIN AVENUE. (PROJECT #2021-PL-05)

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to adjourn to closed session pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(e) to discuss redevelopment of property located at 120 E. Wisconsin Avenue. (Project #2021-PL-05)

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Moved to closed session at 8:16 p.m.

RETURN TO OPEN SESSION FOR POSSIBLE ACTION

Motion by Roehrig, seconded by Moore to return to open session for possible action.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Returned to open session at 8:24 p.m.

Resolution 2021-5260 Authorizing staff to enter into a Development Agreement with Bank of Kaukauna for Redevelopment of Property located at 120 E. Wisconsin Avenue.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to suspend the rules and waive the reading of Resolution 2021-5260 Authorizing staff to enter into a Development Agreement with Bank of Kaukauna for Redevelopment of Property located at 120 E. Wisconsin Avenue.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to adopt Resolution 2021-5260 Authorizing staff to enter into a Development Agreement with Bank of Kaukauna for Redevelopment of Property located at 120 E. Wisconsin Avenue with the amendment of changing the address within the resolution from 140 to 120.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO STATE STATUTE 19.85(1)(E) TO DISCUSS DISPOSITION OF LOT 6 IN THE NEW PROSPERITY CENTER. (PROJECT #2021-PL-09)

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to adjourn to closed session pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(e) to discuss disposition of Lot 6 in the NEW Prosperity Center. (Project #2021-PL-09)

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Moved to closed session at 8:28 p.m.

RETURN TO OPEN SESSION FOR POSSIBLE ACTION

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to return to open session for possible action.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Returned to open session at 8:32 p.m.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Eggleston to authorize staff to enter into an Offer to Purchase with Hillcrest Homes, LLC and/or Assigns for Lot 6 of New Prosperity Center.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

CONSIDERATION OF MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

No miscellaneous business.

ADJOURN

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adjourn.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 8:34 p.m.

Sally Kenney

Clerk