Fort Atkinson City Council - Minutes - 2000

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MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING

FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN

FEBRUARY 1, 2000

 

 

  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2.  

    A regular meeting of the City Council was called to order by President Pattow at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building.

     

  3. ROLL CALL
  4.  

    On call of the roll the following Council members were:

     

    LaVerne Behrens

    Gordon Day Jr.

    Bill Flood

    Bruce Johnston

    Ken Pattow

     

    Also present were the City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk/Treasurer, City Engineer, Assistant City Engineer, Building Inspector, Police Chief, and Park & Recreation Director.

     

  5. MINUTES
  6.  

    (a) APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF THE JANUARY 18, 2000 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING.

     

    Cm. Day moved to approve the minutes of the January 18, 2000 regular Council meeting. Motion seconded by Cm. Flood. Motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  7. PUBLIC HEARINGS
  8.  

    None.

     

  9. PETITIONS, REQUESTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
  10.  

    (a) REQUEST BY W.D. HOARD & SONS TO REZONE PARCEL AT 509 CLARENCE STREET FROM R-2 TO M-1.

     

    City Manager Wilmet stated that W.D. Hoard & Sons Co. is currently in perspective planning to expand its plant on Clarence Street to accommodate an anticipated larger volume of business and new electronic pre-press equipment. W.D. Hoard people met with City representatives to discuss any possible issues that might prevent expansion on their property. W.D. Hoard is planning to submit a site plan for approval at the upcoming Planning Commission meeting on February 8th if it receives the referral from the Council this evening. W.D. Hoard will be taking a rezoning request and site plan to the Planning Commission on February 8.

     

    Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to refer the request by W.D. Hoard & Sons to rezone the parcel at 509 Clarence Street from R-2 to M-1 to the Planning Commission. Motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    (b) COMMUNICATION AND PRESENTATION ON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PROJECT LEAD XII PROJECT FOR JONES PARK.

     

    City Manager Wilmet introduced Ms. Penny Graff and Mr. Don Girton to address the Council on their Project Lead plans.

     

    Ms. Graff handed the Council artist renderings of a proposed playground equipment set for Jones Park and a 3-D drawing of a proposed lighted sign to be located at the Janesville Avenue entrance to Jones Park. Discussion was held on the size and design of the sign.

     

    Mr. Don Girton then addressed the Council to explain the proposed historic walkway leading to the playground area. He stated that there would be 17 cement sections in this walkway and each block would depict a ten year time frame in the history of Fort Atkinson.

     

    After further discussion, Cwmn. Behrens, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to accept the Project Lead XII project to include a lighted event sign replicating the Fort theme and the historical brick sidewalk leading to the new playground equipment donated by the Jones family at Jones Park.

     

    The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    (c) REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER PROCESS FOR POLICE DEPARTMENT BUILDING PROJECT.

     

    City Manager Wilmet stated that City staff has been meeting with Westra Construction on the change order process that will be used during construction of the new Police Station. Two different scenarios were discussed - changes initiated in the field/on site, and changes not initiated in the field. The City Manager stated that staff is proposing Council action will be required for change orders in excess of $5,000. In addition, small change orders will be accumulated to $10,000 and then when the $10,000 amount is reached, one change order will be prepared listing all the changes and presented to the Council for approval.

     

    Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Day moved to approve the change order process which is spelled out on the change order process form and that no item exceeding $5,000 will go forward without first getting Council approval. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.

     

  11. RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES
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    None.

     

  13. REPORTS OF OFFICERS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES
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    (a) ACCEPTING MINUTES AND REPORTS FROM VARIOUS BOARDS AND COMMITTEES.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to accept the minutes of the Historical Society Board meeting held December 16, 1999 and the minutes of the Planning Commission meeting held January 25, 2000. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  15. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
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    (a) RECOMMENDATION FROM PLANNING COMMISSION TO APPROVE PRELIMINARY CERTIFIED SURVEY MAP CREATING ONE NEW LOT AT 1026 WHITEWATER AVENUE.

     

    City Manager Wilmet stated that the Planning Commission made a unanimous recommendation for this Preliminary Certified Survey Map.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Day moved to approve the recommendation from the Planning Commission to approve a Preliminary Certified Survey Map creating one new lot at 1026 Whitewater Avenue. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    (b) RECOMMENDATION FROM PLANNING COMMISSION TO APPROVE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY AT THE END OF WEST SHERMAN AVENUE TO BE ZONED R-1 AND R-3 WITH CONTINGENCIES AND IN WARD TWO.

     

    City Manager Wilmet stated that this proposed annexation and zoning as R-3 with restrictions of limiting the development to 22 total units; the buildings to be no larger than duplex (2-unit buildings) and that the east end of the private driveway be 24 feet wide instead of 20 feet; and zoning for the one acre parcel to be set at R-1 single family; and the ward designation for both lots to be Ward 2 was passed at the Planning Commission on a 5-1 voice vote. The City Manager further explained that the next step would be the need of a public hearing date to be set due to the zoning request.

     

    Cm. Day stated that he was in favor of the development but that there still seemed to be a lot of questions.

    Cwmn. Behrens stated that she felt that it was not a good precedent to be putting R-3 next to an R-1 zoning.

     

    Cm. Flood stated that the deed restrictions will not allow the 48 units that could have been built according to the zoning. There will only be 22 units and he further explained that the R-3 zoning was proposed so that all 11 units could be built on the one parcel.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to set a public hearing date for March 7, 2000 on the annexation of the property at the end of West Sherman Avenue to be zoned R-1 and R-3 with contingencies and in Ward 2.

     

    Cm. Flood stated that he does still have some concerns about there being no buffer between this project and the City's park.

     

    Cm. Day and Cm. Johnston stated that they feel that this proposal should go back to the Planning Commission for further analysis.

     

    After further discussion, roll was called on the motion to set a public hearing date for March 7, 2000 on the annexation of the property at the end of West Sherman Avenue. On call of the roll Cwmn. Behrens, Cm. Day, Cm. Johnston, and President Pattow voted no; Cm. Flood voted aye. The motion was defeated 4-1.

     

    After further discussion, Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to send back the annexation of the property at the end of West Sherman Avenue that is proposing the R-1 and R-3 zoning in Ward 2 to the Planning Commission with recommendations to be worked out with staff in regard to the zoning and buffer issues. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

     

  17. NEW BUSINESS
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    (a) APPROVAL OF POLICE UNION CONTRACTS FOR YEARS 2000-2002 AND 2003 AS NEGOTIATED BY THE FINANCE/PERSONNEL COMMITTEE.

     

    City Manager Wilmet stated that the City Finance/Personnel Committee and the Police Union members represented by WPPA have reached an agreement. The duration of the new agreement is four years with one contract covering years 2000-2002 and the second contract covering year 2003.

     

    The City Manager stated that he believes the three year contract allows the City to control labor costs at 3% per year and also allows the necessary time for the City to implement a schedule change and 2% increase in the one year contract or the fourth year of the contractual time period. The 6-3 schedule in the fourth year will result in a work hour schedule of 1,947 hours rather than the present 2,021 hours per year.

     

    City Manager Wilmet further stated that the City is looking at increasing patrol officers and the City hoped to employee two new officers by the end of the three year contract or December 31, 2002. It does take approximately one year to advertise, interview, employ and train a new police officer. The City Manager further stated that at a future Council meeting, a COPS grant application requesting funding of 75% of the costs to cover the additional police officers will be coming for their approval.

     

    Cm. Day, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to approve the Police Union contracts for years 2000-2002 and 2003 as negotiated by the Finance/Personnel Committee. The motion carried unanimously.

     

    (b) REVIEW ANNUAL REPORTS FOR CITY DEPARTMENTS.

     

    The City Manager informed the City Council that enclosed in their packets are annual reports from 1999 from various City departments. Several other departments will be submitting complete operational and statistical year end reports in upcoming weeks.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to accept and file the annual reports for 1999 by the city departments. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  19. MISCELLANEOUS
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    (a) CITY, SEWER AND WATER YEAR END FINANCIAL STATEMENTS; APPROVAL OF 1999 NON-LAPSING ACCOUNTS TO 2000 AND YEAR-END OVERDRAWN ACCOUNTS.

     

    City Manager Wilmet presented the list of 1999 non-lapsing accounts which he is requesting authorization to carry forward the balances from 1999 into the 2000 budget. The list totaled $126,256.62.

     

    The City Manager also presented the list of overdrawn accounts at the end of 1999. He is recommending a transfer of funds from the General Fund to cover these amounts totaling $63,721.37. The City Manager pointed out that some of the higher overdrawn accounts were in the Police Dept. area due to the fact that the department is running minus one dispatcher and one police officer had taken a two-month family leave. These items drove up the overtime costs in that department. Also the City Manager stated that due to the rather mild winter weather, the Public Works Dept. was able to put in more time at the compost site in December to do so needed work and therefore also overdrew their accounts.

     

    Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Day moved to approve the non-lapsing 1999 accounts to be moved to 2000 and to approve the list of 1999 overdrawn accounts and recommend the transfer of funds from the General Fund to cover these amounts. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

     

    The City Manager then took the Council through the City of Fort Atkinson Financial Statements for 1999 and also the Sewer and Water Utility Statements for 1999. He highlighted the fact that the working capital for the City ended at a figure of $976,000 which was $13,000 higher than projected, this being the unspent and undesignated funds of the City. He also noted that City revenues were up by $108,000 while expenditures were under budget by $233,000. After further review of the City financial statements and review of the Sewer and Water Utility statements, Cm. Day, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to accept and file the City, Sewer, and Water Utility 1999 financial statements. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.

     

    (b) REQUEST TO SET LICENSE COMMITTEE MEETING DATE AND APPOINT A SUBSTITUTE TO COMMITTEE TO REPLACE CM. DAY.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to approve Cm. Johnston as a substitute member to the License Committee and to set the License Committee meeting for February 14, 2000 at 4:00 p.m. The motion carried on a voice vote with Cm. Day abstaining.

     

    (c) YEAR END REPORT ON THE FORT ATKINSON HISTORICAL SOCIETY WILLIAM D. HOARD TRUST FUND.

     

    City Manager Wilmet reviewed the Fort Atkinson Historical Society William D. Hoard Jr. summary statement from Premier Bank with the Council. It showed a starting balance of $739,199.82, and disbursements of $15,000 which had been to improve the air conditioning and do some roof work at the Museum in 1999. The final balance after the investment income and growth is added in totaled $757,646.11.

     

    Cm. Behrens, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to accept and file the year end report on the Fort Atkinson Historical Society William D. Hoard trust fund. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    11. CLAIMS, APPROPRIATIONS AND CONTRACT PAYMENTS

     

    (a) VERIFIED CLAIMS.

     

    The following is a list of bills to be approved by the Council.

     

    CITY ACCOUNTS

     

    AWWA Quincy Sherman & Siglinsky membership $ 190.00

    Abendroth Water Conditioning Softener rent - Museum & Muni Bldg $ 45.00

    Ace Hardware Supplies 28.79

    Ameritech Services, modem/fax, 1/4 diggers, wire rent 1 ,671.68

    Armstrong Heating & Cooling Replace 2 ignitions, service on blower lites 328.00

    Arrow Inc Flow meter sensor cover 372.13

    Associated Appraisal Assessing contract, supplies 1,669.55

    BDS Instrumentation Flowmeter checked 247.50

    Badger Uniforms Frame-pants, turtleneck; Rice-gloves 222.11

    Belson Company 2 cases towels 104.92

    Bendlin Fire Equip. Co. Inc. Gaskets, axe cover 143.65

    Blue Cross & Blue Shield Monthly dental premium 4,299.31

    Michael Brittnacher Jan. 7 eye exam allowance 37.00

    Brom's Tire & Auto Repair Balance 2 truck tires 14.00

    Brooks Tractor Inc. 4 bulbs 171.38

    Bruce's Radio Repair mobile radio #103 178.25

    CB & K Supply Pipe, threading 26.61

    Canal Bank Associates Inc 6 runway lites domes 107.70

    Cargill Inc-Salt Division 214.98 tons road salt 6,427.60

    Cash Register Specialities Inc Power supply, Epson printer, printer 1,346.43

    Century Software Software 89.00

    Chainsaw Barney's Saw & case 581.73

    Chamber of Commerce Annual meeting expense, dues 372.00

    Paul Christensen WWOA mtg-Jan. 28 registration 20.00

    Cinderella/Shep's Cleaning Janitorial supplies 283.75

    CompuFort Mouse, bal on PC upgrade, printers, monitors 8,390.34

    Concept Seating Inc. One chair-PD 500.00

    Conney Safety Products 2 cabinets - Fire Dept 838.16

    Cronatron Welding Systems Inc Welding supplies 525.63

    W.S. Darley & Co. Wrenches & holder 123.56

    Jeffrey S. Davis Uniform allowance-slacks 37.64

    DeLage Landen Financial Service Copier lease 223.23

    Deluxe Distributors Soap 149.16

    Dunsmoor Doors Inc 2 loop detectors 378.00

    Susan D. Ebert Uniform shoes 48.95

    Eckhardt's Upholstery & Drapery Seat foam & cover (182) 75.00

    Election System & Software Inc. Hardware support 1/00-12/01 1,230.00

    Elkhorn Chemical Co Inc Janitorial supplies 142.91

    Emergency Medical Technologies 1st responder refresher course (13) 702.00

    Enforcer Technology Inc Software subscription 1 year 9,583.20

    Evans Industrial Comm. Inc. Labor - CRT, pager repair 165.91

    F A R Systems Inc Fort info line - 1 year 300.00

    Fair View Inn Jan. 27 meeting -4 registrations 40.00

    Ft Atkinson Glass & Mirror Inc Hinges, windows for Wells 4,6,7 & main station 1,503.52

    Ft Atkinson Historical Society Monthly donation 2,060.00

    Ft Car Wash 50 car wash coupons 250.00

    G.B. Electric Motor Service Inc hp. motor 580.61

    G.F.C. Leasing Copier leases #1 & 2 for 2000 897.22

    Galls' Inc. Binoculars, turtlenecks & dickey for police 439.83

    General Casualty Ins Co Sr. Center contents insurance 305.00

    Gregory Gilbert Emergency Gov't training-meals $ 66.00

    Gordon Flesch Co Inc Base copier time, overruns, Sharp Copier 4,612.14

    Gov't Finance Officers Assoc Dues Apr. 1-Mar 31,2001 150.00

    W W Grainger Inc Door holder, tools 124.33

    HFI Hydraulic fittings 44.16

    H & H Fire Protection Batteries 60.00

    Hach Company Chlorine, fluoride 229.45

    Hanley Co Inc Parts for Cushman scooter 95.81

    Hausz Bros Inc 354.48 tons screened sand 1,985.09

    Hawkins Chemical Chemicals 622.74

    Hergert Welding Cut area on truck 40.00

    The Home Depot Air compressor 379.00

    Humane Society of Jeff. Co. January stray animal pickup 1,410.94

    ICI Dulux Paint Centers Paint 223.74

    International Institute of Muni Clerks Annual membership fee-City Clerk 95.00

    IOS Capital Library - rent 1/30-2/29 192.00

    Jeff. Co. Area Safety Network Registrations-6 people 200.00

    Jeff. Co. Clerk of Courts Circuit court filing fee 124.00

    Jeff. Co. County Clerk Monthly dog license fees -266- 911.50

    Jeff. Co. Fire Chiefs' Assn Dues 25.00

    Jeff. Co. Highway Dept. Rail, posts, bolts, washers 261.02

    Jeff. Co. Tourism Council Airport ad 250.00

    Jeff. Co. Treasurer January tax settlement 692,129.46

    Brian Juarez Safety meeting meal 20.00

    KB Sharpening Service Inc Sharpen chipper knives 40.00

    K-Mart #9543 Vacuum, bags, gloves 192.27

    Patrick Kelleher MPO class mileage 218.40

    Keye Productivity Center Kramp-mtg register 149.00

    Tom Kramp 12 rim strips 6.00

    Lab Safety Supply Inc 4 back supports, boots 133.91

    Lake Mills Blacktopping Inc 22.5 tons blacktop 1,080.00

    John F. Lampert Health insurance reimbursement 360.06

    Lanier Worldwide Copier service & copies 143.00

    Lark Uniform Inc. Peterson/Rue/Johnson/Fromader-misc clothes 440.25

    Scott L. Lastusky January car allowance 85.00

    Lawson Products Inc. 6 band saw blades 182.31

    League of WI Municipalities Membership renewal 2,448.65

    Legend Valley Products 2 nozzles 187.12

    A.M. Leonard Inc. 3 stripers & paint 371.41

    Life & Safety Service 1st aid supplies 20.10

    Lift Truck Specialists Inc. 1 roll barricade tape 39.24

    Liqui Systems Inc. 2 check valves 71.07

    MATC District January tax settlement 206,528.43

    Madison Computer Works 4 network cards 276.00

    J. Mauel & Associates Inc. Tax maintenance program fee 450.00

    Miller/Bradford/Risberg Inc Auto & truck parts 275.43

    Minnesota Life Ins. Co Monthly life insurance premiums 798.46

    Moore Sports Peterson-athletic shoes allowance 75.00

    Municipal Code Corp Municipal code on internet 250.00

    NCL of WI Inc Lab supplies $ 389.96

    Nasco 18 green tags, thermometer & case 29.44

    National Arbor Day Foundation Flags 83.75

    National Fire Protection Assoc Subscription & membership renewal 565.00

    Neenah Foundry Co. 12 grates 1,660.00

    New Pig Corporation Absorbent sox & pillows 241.71

    Ray O'Herron Co. Inc. Behselich & Stewart - turtlenecks 163.65

    Packerland Automotive Group Auto parts, supplies, Cushman spark plugs 566.77

    Scott J. Pallan Training - car rental & meals 243.12

    Kenneth Pattow Labor negotiation expense 30.36

    Per-Mar Security Services One year security service 415.80

    Petes Portable Toilets Rental Jan. 17-Feb. 16 64.75

    Earl Peterson Jan. electrical work 29.5 hours 737.50

    Postmaster Postage on A zone water bills 378.00

    Precision Alignment Service Squads lubed 248.00

    Premier Bank Semi-annual loan payments 5,487.66

    Premier Bank Federal withholding, soc security, medicare 62,512.01

    RIA Group Accounting manual 154.75

    The Raintree Resort Juarez- Mar. 6-8 lodging 210.00

    Rock River P.O.T.W. Watershed Group fees 5,000.00

    Christopher Rogers Monthly office expense 300.00

    Rosemount/Uniloc Acct pH probe & cable 877.50

    Rusch Transport Service Freight-snow plow shoes 41.52

    Ruud Lighting Inc. Track lites, Bldg 10 lites 209.20

    SW-WBIA Juarez-Mar. 6 regist.; dues-Juarez & Smith 230.00

    Schenk-Huegel Co. Fromader, Pallan, Nachtigal-trs, knife, shirts 366.60

    School Dist. Of Fort January tax settlement 1,663,943.36

    Schroeder Services Grind/reweld boom 85.00

    Dennis Schultz Refund special assessment charge 165.00

    Todd Schulz Uniform turtlenecks 93.96

    Schumacher Elevator Inc 1 yr inspection contract 1,355.00

    ShopKo Store #51 Diskettes, vacuum, gift certificates 205.98

    Snap On Tools Corp Hammer, vice grip set 133.90

    Spake Printing Service 11,000 A/P & 11,000 PR checks; 24,200 water bills 2,185.01

    Super Products Corp Bearings, belts 598.00

    Throndsen Lettering Inc 125 bumper stickers 242.50

    UBC/Fish Building Plywood (#103), lumber 91.93

    UEMSI Repair video, cutter 1,156.20

    US Cellular Cell phone charges 78.44

    US Filter Corp Lab water 360.82

    UW Extension J. Woods - Apr. 13 registration 8.00

    UW Soil Testing Lab Test 4 samples 26.00

    United Parcel Service Parcel pickup service 95.14

    Virchow Krause & Co LLP Audit set up-Sewer, Water 1,304.00

    WCPPA Krueger membership 20.00

    W.M.C.A. B.O.R. certification 14.00

    Washburn Iron Works Inc 9 snow plow shoes 313.20

    Water Dept Water 360.64

    Watertech of America Inc Polymer 3,202.95

    Wiedenbeck Inc. Snow tire chains $ 479.22

    John E Wilmet Car allowance, mileage 143.55

    Winchester True Value 16" chainsaw, 6 cans bar oil 351.29

    WI Airport Mgmt Assoc Dues 5.00

    WASC Membership M. Hathaway-membership 30.00

    WI Chapter FBI-NAA Fromader-membership dues 55.00

    WI Chiefs of Police Assoc Inc Gilbert dues 50.00

    WI Dept of Administration 50 Muni Court citation books 150.00

    WI Dept of Administration Administration code renewal 169.00

    WI Dept of Administration Vendornet system 125.00

    WI Dept of Employee Trust Monthly health insurance premiums 27,435.26

    WI Dept of Revenue State withholding tax 13,783.24

    WI Dept of Transportation Manual update service 100.00

    WI Dept of Transportation Program fee, employer notification 23.00

    WI Economic Devlpmnt Assn Mielke-2000 membership dues 165.00

    WI Electric Power Co Electricity, natural gas 21,680.96

    WI Emergency Mgmt Bioxide bldg inventory fee 150.00

    WI Municipal Judges Assoc Lampert-membership dues 100.00

    WI Park & Recreation Membership dues 65.00

    WI Section-CSWEA Sherman & Christensen-registration 90.00

    WI State Journal 26 weeks Journal subscription 101.40

    WI Supreme Court Lampert-continuing ed 733.33

    Library Accounts

    A T & T Phone 12.44

    Ameritech Phone 127.01

    Automatic Entrances of WI Inc Maintenance 84.25

    Audubon Periodicals 35.00

    Baker & Taylor Books 2,058.62

    Baker & Taylor Entertainment AV 16.70

    Barth True Value Maintenance 46.21

    Better Homes & Gardens Magazine Periodicals 19.00

    Bureau of Education & Research Continuing ed 159.00

    Marshall Cavendish Corp Books 826.69

    Cloute Window/Wall Washing Inc Maintenance 389.00

    Columbia House Video Club AV 115.89

    Consumers' Research Periodicals 52.00

    Creative Data Products Supplies 346.00

    DEMCO Inc Supplies 253.51

    Discount Library Systems Equipment repair/replace 1,058.00

    Dwight Foster Public Library Petty cash 103.34

    Family Circle Periodicals 27.97

    Family Life Periodicals 15.00

    Gale Group Books 1,103.90

    Global Computer Supplies Supplies 271.88

    Highsmith Inc Supplies 221.43

    Ikon Office Solutions Equipment repair/replace 102.95

    Jensen Plumbing & Heating Inc Maintenance 244.04

    Jonas Office Products LTD Supplies 485.24

    Journal Sentinel Inc Periodicals 83.20

    LMA Techwork Info sources/services $ 663.13

    Library Journal Periodicals 109.00

    Charlene J. Menzer SRP & continuing ed 234.98

    Micro Marketing LLC AV 76.74

    Mid-WI Federated Library System Books 775.00

    MS Periodicals 60.00

    Oriental Trading Co Inc SRP 1,055.20

    PC Connection Info sources/services 99.95

    Penworthy Company Books 2,114.37

    Postmaster Postage 172.00

    Quality Books Books 2,454.71

    Resource Data Systems Supplies 496.50

    Sesame Street Periodicals 26.97

    ShopKo SRP 230.70

    Smile Makers SRP 72.35

    Sports Afield Periodicals 25.97

    State Chemical Mfg Co Supplies 143.42

    Ultra-Chem Inc Supplies 130.76

    Upstart Supplies 224.10

    Wal-Mart Stores Inc SRP 185.07

    WI Electric Power Co Natural gas 490.99

    WI Library Assn Books 15.00

    WI State Genealogical Society Periodicals 25.00

    Women's Sports & Fitness Periodicals 9.00

     

    TOTAL CITY ACCOUNTS $ 2,764,880.59

     

    TOTAL SEWER ACCOUNTS $ 33,626.16

     

    TOTAL WATER ACCOUNTS $ 10,414.21

     

     

    DEBT SERVICE

     

    Premier Bank Semi-annual loan payment (1996 S Main) $ 6,706.00

     

     

    REVOLVING LOAN FUND

     

    Salamone's Pizza Inc Revolving loan $ 225,000.00

    Foth & Van Dyke Grant administration 416.48

     

    TOTAL REVOLVING LOAN $ 225,416.48

     

     

    CAPITAL PROJECTS

     

    Bendlin Fire Equipment Co Inc 2 1/2" nozzle, storz adapters $ 1,501.94

    KLEMENT BUSINESS PARK

     

    Robert & Leanne Hartwig Land acquisition $ 247,475.46

     

     

    Cwmn. Behrens, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to approve the bills for the City in the amount of $2,764,880.59; $6,706.00 for the Debt Service; $1,501.94 for the Capital Projects Fund; $247,475.46 for the Klement Industrial Park; $225,416.48 for the Revolving Loan Fund; $33,626.16 for the Sewer Utility and $10,414.21 for the Water Utility as per Schedule L-69 on file in the office of the City Treasurer and as audited and approved by the Finance Committee be allowed and orders be authorized drawn on the proper funds for their payment. The motion carried unanimously.

     

  21. ADJOURNMENT

 

Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to adjourn the February 1, 2000 regular City of Fort Atkinson Council meeting at 9:07 p.m. The motion carried unanimously.

 

 

CITY CLERK

 

APPROVED:

 

 

 

PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL