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Common Council Meeting Minutes – April 5, 2021

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS – COUNCIL CHAMBERS – KAUKAUNA, WISCONSIN – APRIL 5, 2021

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

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

Also present:  DPW/Eng. Sundelius, City Attorney Davidson, Ald. Elect Antoine, Principal Planner Brunette, Fire Chief Carrel, Police Chief Graff, Fin. Dir. Van Rossum, Rec. Dir. Malloy, HR Dir. Audette, Naturalist Nowak, IT Dir. Krause, and interested citizens.

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 16, 2021.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Thiele to adopt the minutes of the meeting of March 16, 2021 as presented.  Ald. DeCoster inquired about the three letters under correspondence and if they were referred on to the next Board of Public Works Meeting.  The minutes reflect they were not forwarded on, just received and placed on file.

All Ald. voted aye

Motion carried.

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

Bills Payable

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

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

Motion carried.

PUBLIC APPEARANCES

Phil Kohne, 2106 Olde Country Circle spoke about the snow bills and the referral to the next Board of Public Works meeting.  Attorney Davidson clarified that the snow bill on the Monday, April 5 Board of Public Works meeting were referred on.

BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR

Reappoint Ryan Gaffney to the Industrial and Commercial Development Commission.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Roehrig to reappoint Ryan Gaffney to the Industrial and Commercial Development Commission.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Reappoint Nick Rieth to the Industrial and Commercial Development Commission.

Motion by Schell, seconded by Moore to Reappoint Nick Rieth to the Industrial and Commercial Development Commission.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

KATODA Small Talks Campaign.

Jack Pautz thanked Mayor Penterman for having this item on the agenda and thanked the Council members and staff for their commitment to the City of Kaukauna.  The KATODA board members in attendance were Karen Wirth, Phil Kohne, Chris Wardlow, Ellen Koski, Alderperson Schell and himself.   Mr. Pautz introduced Ellen Koski to share an overview of how the KATODA group is participating in this state campaign.   The campaign was launched by the State of Wisconsin in 2020 and now in the City of Kaukauna in 2021.  Small Talks works to prevent underage drinking by educating parents, caregivers and other trusted adults for the youth on the dangers of underage drinking.  The campaign hopes to impact young kids and youth before they are put in a situation when alcohol would be available to them.  To get the word out these items will be used:  billboards, yard signs, materials at school registration, KATODA Family Swim Night, and flyers at the local grocery stores.  Fact sheets will be available for parents and other adults to share with the youth.  Questions from the Council were answered.

City of Kaukauna receive $1.6 million from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.

Mayor Penterman informed the Council that the City will be receiving $1.6 million from the American Rescue Plan Act.  A committee will be formed to determine how these funds will be spent.  Ald. Moore suggested that part of these funds be spent on lead pipe replacement.

Proclamation Have Small Talks to Prevent Underage Drinking.

Mayor Penterman read the proclamation Have Small Talks to Prevent Underage Drinking.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to receive and place on file the Proclamation Have Small Talks to Prevent Underage Drinking.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Temporary allowance of goats to be used at 1000 Islands Conservancy Zone to control invasive species. (June 14-25 and September 27-October 8).

Naturalist Nowak gave an update on the use of goats to control invasive species.  Questions from the Council were answered.

Motion by Thiele, seconded by Schell to allow the use of goats temporarily at 1000 Islands Conservancy Zone June 14-25 and September 27-October 8 to control invasive species.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Cancellations and closings due to COVID-19 ALERT.

City staff continue to meet weekly to discuss COVID related issues.  It has been decided that City Hall will be open to the public starting on May 3.  All City staff, if desired, will be fully vaccinated at this time.  Group size for park rentals and building use will be discussed further.  Council Meetings will be held via ZOOM and/or in person through May and will start in person on June 1.

Mayor Penterman asked if anyone via ZOOM wished to address the Council.  No one appeared.

Mayor Penterman announced the passing of Chief William Appleton.  He served the Kaukauna Police Department for 36 years.  Deepest sympathies were expressed to the Appleton family.

REPORTS OF STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES

Board of Public Works Meeting Minutes of April 5, 2021.

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

A meeting of the Board of Public Works was called to order by Chairperson Thiele on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. remote teleconference via ZOOM.

Members present:  Coenen, DeCoster, Duda, Eggleston, Moore, Schell and Thiele.

Absent & Excused:  Roehrig

Also present:   Mayor Penterman, Attny. Davidson, DPW/Eng. Sundelius, Sen. Proj. Eng. Neumeier, Fin. Dir. Van Rossum, Fire Chief Carrel, Street Sup. Vandenheuvel, Rec. Dir. Malloy, Principal Planner Brunette, IT Dir. Krause, and interested citizens.

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

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Correspondence.

Letter from Yates Vanden Heuvel/CR Meyer, 900 E. Hyland Avenue, 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 Eggleston to receive and place on file the letter from Yates Vanden Heuvel/CR Meyer.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by DeCoster, seconded by Schell to bring the snow bill for 900 E. Hyland Avenue back to the next Board of Public Works meeting for reconsideration.

Motion carried 6 to 1 (Moore-nay).

Letter from Rebecca Bjorkman, 302 E. 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 Rebecca Bjorkman.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by DeCoster, seconded by Schell to bring the snow bill for 302 E. 8th Street back to the next Board of Public Works meeting for reconsideration.

Motion carried 5 to 2. (Moore-nay, Coenen-nay)

Letter from Kim Strelow, 112 E. 7th 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 Eggleston to receive and place on file the letter from Kim Strelow.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by DeCoster, seconded by Schell to bring the snow bill for 112 E. 7th Street back to the next Board of Public Works meeting for reconsideration.

Motion carried 5 to 2. (Moore-nay, Coenen-nay)

  1. Award Bid for Project 4-21, 2021 Asphalt Street Paving.

Bid tabulation on Project 4-21, 2021 Asphalt Street Paving was provided.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Schell to award bid to Northeast Asphalt for a bid price of $555,785.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. 2021 Concrete Paving Project – Butterclay Court Addition.

Butterclay Court was originally programmed in the 5-year CIP for 2021 paving.  Only one of three homes has been constructed on this street.  The Engineering Department recommended removing this street from the 2021 project, however after a request from the one resident and agreement from the owner of the vacant lots, it has been added back into the project.  Concrete street, landscaping and sidewalk along the residential lots (north/west side of the street) would be installed as part of the 2021 Concrete Paving Project.

  1. Authorization to fill vacant Street Department Position due to retirement (Larson).

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to authorize staff to fill the vacant Street Department Position due to retirement (Larson).

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Crooks Avenue (STH 55) additional curve signage.

The City has seen some close calls and has received a number of complaints regarding traffic crossing the centerline and lane lines on STH 55 (Crooks Ave.) near 5th Street.  There were only 3 crashes that were reported in that area from 1/1/2017 to 1/1/2021.  The City sought guidance and a recommendation from Wisconsin DOT.  The addition of curve signs with a 15 mph suggested speed and solid white lane lines were the recommendation from DOT staff.  Questions from the Board were answered.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to authorize the Department of Public Works to install new curve signage on Crooks Avenue (STH 55) near 5th Street and re-stripe the lanes per WisDOT recommendations.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Additional funding request from the Outagamie Highway Department for the C.T.H. CE Roadway/Trail Project.

The Outagamie County Highway Department is requesting that the City of Kaukauna increase its funding participation in the recently completed CTH CE roadway and trail project.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to allow Outagamie County Highway Commissioner, Dean Steingraber to address the board.

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

As the project developed, it was recognized that additional funds were necessary.  Outagamie County Highway Department is requesting additional funding to help pay the completed project costs.

  1. Adjourn to Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 19.85(1)(e) to deliberate or negotiate the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specific public business.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adjourn to Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 19.85(1)(e) to deliberate or negotiate the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specific public business.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Adjourned to Closed Session at 6:53 pm.

  1. Return to Open Session for possible action.

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

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Returned to open session at 7:22 pm.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to authorize the City of Kaukauna to participate in the CTH CE Roadway/Trail project at the amount of $700,000.

Roll call vote:  Coenen-aye, DeCoster-aye, Eggleston-aye, Duda-aye, Moore-aye, Schell-aye, Thiele-aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Grignon Streambank Restoration.

The Engineering Department recently submitted a signed grant agreement for financial assistance for the Grignon Stream Restoration project.  The grant is part of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Urban Nonpoint Source & Stormwater Management program.  The grant amount to the City will be in the amount of $135,000 and will cover 39% of the estimated $345,000 project cost.  Photos showing the project area and existing condition were provided.  Authorization to apply for the grant was previously obtained from the Board of Public Works.

  1. Stormwater Management Plan update.

Sen. Proj. Engineer Neumeier provided an update on the Stormwater Management Plan.  The plan details were shared with the Board and is available on the City’s website.

  1. Pool Master Plan update.

The Board of Public Works requested some follow-up information regarding the Pool Master Plan.  Included in those items were the impact of financing on the community, more specifics on pool operations and more public input on the proposed master site plan.  Recreation Director Malloy provided the information requested.  Discussion was held on the master plan and the possibility of having an in-person open house, a ZOOM open house or a project web-site to get public input.  The timeline for the project was discussed.

  1. Adjourn to Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 19.85(1)(g) to confer with legal counsel with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adjourn to Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 19.85(1)(g) to confer with legal counsel with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Adjourned to closed session at 7:51pm.

  1. Return to Open Session for possible action.

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

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Returned to open session at 7:57 pm.

  1. Sidewalk Builders License to IEI General Contractors, Inc.

Motion by Schell, seconded by Duda to grant the Sidewalk Builders License to IEI Contractors, Inc.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. General Matters – none. 

Motion made by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adjourn.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.

Sally Kenney

Clerk

Motion by Thiele, seconded by Schell to adopt the Board of Public Works Meeting Minutes of April 5, 2021 per the amendment to change the meeting called to order by Mayor Penterman to Chairperson Thiele.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Health and Recreation Meeting Minutes of April 5, 2021.

HEALTH AND RECREATION COMMITTEE

A meeting of the Health and Recreation Committee was called to order by Chairman Duda on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 8:01 P.M. remote teleconference via ZOOM.

Members present:  Duda, Eggleston, and Schell.

Absent & Excused:  Roehrig.

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

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

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Correspondence – None.
  2. Class A Beer & Liquor License to La Patrona, Maria Aquirre agent, Aquirre LLC, 201 Dodge Street, Kaukauna.

Motion by Schell, seconded by Eggleston to grant the Class A Beer & Liquor License to La Patrona, Maria Aquirre agent, Aquirre LLC, 201 Dodge Street, Kaukauna.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Review of and awarding of bid for Live! From Hydro Park Concert Series.

Requests for proposals were sent to three area businesses.  One response was received from ARS Productions with a total bid of $42,750.  The bid includes 10 weeks of live performances plus special show on July 3, staging/sound/lighting, event setup/teardown each week, and additional crew member resources to aide Community Enrichment staff.

Motion by Schell, seconded by Eggleston to award bid for Live! From Hydro Park Concert Series to ARS Productions.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Request for use of Hydro Park, Farmers Market Lot, and one block of East of Second Street on June 10, 11, 12, 2021, submitted by Jason Lipsky (Electric City Experience).

Discussion held on the proposed event.  Alderperson Eggleston expressed concern over the lack of information provided.  The City’s Events Committee has reviewed the application and several additional approvals need to be obtained yet.  The use of City property is the first step in event approval.

Motion by Eggleston, seconded by Schell to approve the request for the use of HydroPark, Farmers Market Lot, and one block East Second Street on June 10, 11, 12, 2021 to Jason Lipsky (Electric City Experience).

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. Request for the use of Grignon Mansion Grounds and lower Grignon Park on May 15, 2021 from 9 am to 3 pm, submitted by The Friends of Grignon Mansion for 2nd Annual Wisconsin Civil War Reenactors.

Motion by Eggleston, seconded by Schell to allow the use of Grignon Mansion Grounds and lower Grignon Park on May 15, 2021 from 9 am to 3 pm, submitted by The Friends of Grignon Mansion for 2nd Annual Wisconsin Civil War Reenactors.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

  1. General Matters – none.

Motion made by Schell, seconded by Duda to adjourn.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 8:22 P.M.

Sally Kenney

Clerk

Motion by Duda, seconded by Schell to adopt the Health and Recreation Meeting Minutes of April 5, 2021 as presented.

Motion by Eggleston, seconded Schell to reconsider item number 4 – Request for use of Hydro Park, Farmers Market Lot, and one block of East of Second Street on June 10, 11, 12, 2021, submitted by Jason Lipsky (Electric City Experience) to include a $10,000 donation from the City for the event.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Eggleston, seconded by Schell to amend the Health and Recreation Meeting Minutes of April 5, 2021 to include a $10,000 donation for tent and chair rentals to the Electric City Experience.

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

Motion carried.

Motion by Duda, seconded by Schell to adopt the Health and Recreation Meeting Minutes of April 5, 2021 as amended.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Finance & Personnel Committee Meeting Minutes of April 5, 2021.

FINANCE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE

A meeting of the Finance and Personnel Committee was called to order by Chairman Penterman on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 8:23 pm remote teleconference via ZOOM.

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

Absent & Excused:  Roehrig.

Also present:  Ald. Thiele, Ald. DeCoster, Ald. Eggleston, Attorney Davidson, DPW/Eng. Sundelius, Sen. Proj. Eng. Neumeier, Principal Planner Brunette, Fin. Dir. Van Rossum, Fire Chief Carrel, Street Sup. Vandenheuvel, Rec. Dir. Malloy, IT Dir. Krause 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. Adjourn to Closed Session Pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(c) to discuss salaries of Alderpersons.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to Adjourn to Closed Session Pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(c) to discuss salaries of Alderpersons.

Motion carried 4 – 1.  (Duda-nay)

Adjourned to closed session at 8:24 pm.

  1. Return to Open Session for possible action.

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

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Returned to open session at 8:31 pm.

  1. General Matters – none.

Motion by Coenen, seconded Moore to adjourn.

All members present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 8:33 pm.

Sally Kenney, Clerk

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Eggleston to adopt the Finance & Personnel Committee Meeting Minutes of April 5, 2021 as presented.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Plan Commission Meeting Minutes of March 4, 2021.

Motion by Thiele, seconded by Roehrig to receive and place on file the Plan Commission Meeting Minutes of March 4, 2021.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Schell to pull the minutes from the meeting because the actual minutes received were from the February 4 meeting.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Redevelopment Authority of the City of Kaukauna Meeting Minutes of January 13, 2021.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to receive and place on file the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Kaukauna Meeting Minutes of January 13, 2021.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Industrial Park Commission Meeting Minutes of March 5, 2021.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to receive and place the Industrial Park Commission Meeting Minutes of March 5, 2021.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District Regular Meeting Minutes of February 9, 2021.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to receive and place on file the Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District Regular Meeting Minutes of February 9, 2021.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District Special Meeting Minutes of March 2, 2021.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Schell to receive and place on file the Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District Special Meeting Minutes of March 2, 2021.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

KATODA Meeting Minutes of February 24, 2021.

Motion by Schell, seconded by DeCoster to receive and place on file the KATODA Meeting Minutes of February 24, 2021.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Grignon Mansion Board Meeting Minutes of January 25, 2021.

Motion by Thiele, seconded by Moore to receive and place on file the Grignon Mansion Board Meeting Minutes of February 22, 2021.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Operators/Bartenders License – none.

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

Police Department 2020 Annual Report.

Chief Graff provided an overview of the 2020 Kaukauna Police Department Annual Report.  Questions from the Council were answered.

Fire Department 2020 Annual Report.

Chief Carrol provided an overview of the 2020 Kaukauna Fire Department Annual Report.  Questions from the Council were answered.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to receive and place on file the 2020 Police Department and 2020 Fire Department Annual Reports.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

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

Finance Director Van Rossum provided follow-up information and answers to questions, which were asked during the last meeting.  Questions from the Council were answered.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Thiele to grant permission to enter into an agreement with Municode for electronic packet software.

Motion carried 7-1 (Duda-nay).

PRESENTATION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

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

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to suspend the rules and waive the reading of Resolution 2021-5261 Granting a Utility Easement to TDS in Thelen Park.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to adopt Resolution 2021-5261 Granting a Utility Easement to TDS in Thelen Park.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Resolution 2021-5263 Support for a Strong State & Local Partnership Shared Revenue Funds Critical Services.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Schell to suspend the rules and waive the reading of Resolution 2021-5263 Support for a Strong State & Local Partnership Shared Revenue Funds Critical Services.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to adopt Resolution 2021-5263 Support for a Strong State & Local Partnership Shared Revenue Funds Critical Services.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Resolution 2021-5264 Adopting a 1-Lot CSM on Killian Drive submitted by Jesse & Stephanie Felzer & Killian Dr. Enterprise.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to suspend the rules and waive the reading of Resolution 2021-5264 Adopting a 1-Lot CSM on Killian Drive submitted by Jesse & Stephanie Felzer & Killian Enterprise.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Roehrig to adopt Resolution 2021-5264 Adopting a 1-Lot CSM on Killian Drive submitted by Jesse & Stephanie Felzer & Killian Enterprise.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO STATE STATUTE 19.85(1)(E) TO DISCUSS THE DISPOSITION OF PROPERTY IN COMMERCE CROSSING. (PROJECT #2021-PL-11)

Motion by Coenen, seconded by Moore to adjourn to closed session pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(e) to discuss the disposition of property in Commerce Crossing. (Project #2021-PL-11)

All Ald. present voted aye.

Motion carried.

Adjourned to closed session at 8:25 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. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Returned to Open Session at 8:33 p.m.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to allow staff to accept the offer to purchase Lot 3 of CSM 7631 in Commerce Crossing (Project #2021-PL-11).

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO STATE STATUTE 19.85(1)(G) TO CONFER WITH LEGAL COUNSEL WITH REGARD TO LITIGATION THE CITY IS OR IS LIKELY TO BECOME ENGAGED IN.

Motion by Moore, seconded by Coenen to adjourn to closed session pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(g) to confer with legal counsel with regard to litigation the City is or is likely to become engaged in.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Adjourned to closed session at 8:35 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. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Returned to Open Session at 9:00 p.m.

CONSIDERATION OF MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

Ald. Moore thanked and complimented Ald. Roehrig on his years of service to the City of Kaukauna.  Ald. Roehrig thanked the Council and expressed his pleasure working with everyone at the City.

Ald. Schell thanked Police Chief Graff and the officers on the recent arrest of two in the murder of a Kaukauna man.

ADJOURN

Motion by Coenen, seconded by DeCoster to adjourn.

All Ald. voted aye.

Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 9:05 pm.

Sally Kenney

Clerk