|Fort Atkinson City Council - Minutes - 2000|
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MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING
FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN
MARCH 7, 2000
A regular meeting of the Fort Atkinson City Council was called to order by President Pattow at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building.
On call of the roll the following members were present:
Gordon Day Jr.
Also present were the City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk/Treasurer, City Engineer, Assistant City Engineer, Utility Director, Wastewater Treatment Plant Supervisor, and Water Utility Supervisor.
(a) APPROVAL OF FEBRUARY 15, 2000 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING.
Cm. Day moved to approve the minutes of the February 15, 2000 regular Council meeting. Motion seconded by Cm. Johnston. Motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) PUBLIC HEARING ON CLASS AB@ BEER LICENSE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP AT PIZZA HUT, 7 MADISON AVENUE.
President Pattow called the public hearing to order and requested that anyone wishing to speak on this topic come forward to the podium and state their name for the record. After three calls and no one coming forward, President Pattow closed the public hearing.
(b) PUBLIC HEARING ON ACLASS A@ LIQUOR AND BEER LICENSE APPLICATION BY FIESTAS OF WISCONSIN, INC., D/B/A FIESTA FOODS, 809 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
President Pattow called the public hearing to order.
Ms Anita Burns came forward to the podium to address the Council. She stated that she felt the Piggly Wiggly should have received this liquor and beer license instead of the new owners of the old DeWitt store.
Mr. Brad Colglazier, the manager of Fiesta Foods, came forward to address the Council. Mr. Colglazier stated that it was reported to him that Mr. DeWitt did follow all necessary procedures in the sale of his property and release of his license which was then awarded to New-Deh Inc. and now those owners have also followed the procedures to make the license available to Fiesta Foods.
Hearing from no other citizens the public hearing was closed.
(a) REQUEST BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO USE ROCK RIVER PARK FOR ANNUAL BUCKSKINNERS RENDEZVOUS ON MAY 27-28, 2000.
City Manager Wilmet stated that the Chamber of Commerce is requesting Memorial Weekend for the 7th Annual Buckskinners Rendezvous. They will actually need permission for access to the park from Thursday, May 25th for set-up through Monday, May 29th, although the event will only run the 26th-28th.
Cwmn. Behrens, seconded by Cm. Day moved to approve the request by the Chamber of Commerce to use Rock River Park for the annual Buckskinners Rendezvous and to allow access from May 25th through 29th, 2000. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(b) COMMUNICATION FROM STATE OF WISCONSIN NOTIFYING THE CITY OF A GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $64,951 FROM THE NATIONAL RECREATION TRAILS PROGRAM FOR RIVER WALL REHABILITATION.
City Manager Wilmet noted to the Council that a study had been done on the river wall with an estimated cost for rehabilitation of $200,000. The grant signed by Governor Thompson in the amount of $64,951 is an 80% grant and good through June 2001. The City Manager also stated that an additional grant is expected to arrive in July for an amount just over $90,000, which will leave the City portion to be less than $50,000 to repair the river wall. It was also noted that Representative David Ward had helped to make this grant possible.
Representative Ward was in the audience at the Council meeting and Council President Pattow thanked him for his assistance.
Cm. Day, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to accept the communication from the State of Wisconsin notifying the City of a grant in the amount of $64,951 from the National Recreation Trails Program for river wall rehabilitation. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(c) REQUEST FROM FORT YOUTH TACKLE FOOTBALL FOR PERMISSION TO PAINT REFLECTIVE HOME ADDRESSES ON THE CURBS ALONG CITY STREETS.
Mr. Ron Hachtel and Mr. Howard Othmer were present to explain their proposal for reflective home address numbers on the curbs in the City of Fort Atkinson in the residential areas. They stated that this project would be taken on by the football team and that they will be asking for donations from the residents as they go through the City. However, whether a donation is given or not, each residential address will be done on the curb. They also stated that the numbers will be placed near driveways and/or mailboxes in front of the homes where cars generally do no park which would block the numbers. They estimate that the paint will last for a couple of years and the football team will remain responsible for upkeep.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to approve the request from the Fort Youth Tackle Football for permission to paint reflective home addresses on the curbs along Fort Atkinson City streets in the residential neighborhoods. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) ACCEPTING MINUTES AND REPORTS FROM VARIOUS BOARDS AND COMMITTEES.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to accept and file the following minutes and reports: minutes of the February 9, 2000 Board of Electrical Examiners meeting; minutes of the February 14, 2000 License Committee meeting; minutes of the February 15, 2000 Park & Recreation Advisory Board meeting; minutes of the January 20, 2000 Historical Society Board meeting; and minutes of the February 29, 2000 Planning Commission meeting. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) RECOMMENDATION TO APPROVE SUCCESSOR TEAMSTERS CONTRACT EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2000 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2002 AS NEGOTIATED BY THE FINANCE/PERSONNEL COMMITTEE.
City Manager Wilmet walked the Council through the list of language changes and added paragraphs to the new Public Works contract. Some of the changes include a 3.25% wage increase for the year 2000; 3.75% for 2001, and 3.75% for 2002; the City will continue to supply no cost health insurance to the Public Works Department, and have raised the dollar limits for safety items such as eye exams and safety toed shoes.
The City Manager stated that the union has ratified this new three year contract.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Day moved to approve a successor Teamsters contract effective January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2002 as negotiated by the Finance/Personnel Committee.
Cm. Flood and Cm. Johnston stated that they felt that this contract was a good one for the union and was still a fiscally responsible contract for the City.
On call of the roll the motion to accept the new Teamsters contract was approved unanimously.
(b) RECOMMENDATION FROM LICENSE COMMITTEE TO APPROVE CLASS AB@ FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE LICENSE TO PIZZA HUT, 7 MADISON AVENUE FOR OWNERSHIP CHANGE.
City Manager Wilmet stated this recommendation was unanimous at License Committee.
Cm. Day, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to approve the Class AB@ Fermented Malt Beverage license for Pizza Hut, 7 Madison Avenue. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(c) RECOMMENDATION FROM LICENSE COMMITTEE TO APPROVE ACLASS A@ INTOXICATING LIQUOR AND CLASS AA@ FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE LICENSE TO FIESTAS OF WISCONSIN, INC. D/B/A FIESTA FOODS, 809 SOUTH MAIN STREET, CONTINGENT ON SURRENDER OF NEW-DEH=S LICENSE.
Cm. Day noted a possible conflict of interest and stepped down from his seat for this issue.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to approve the AClass A@ Intoxicating Liquor and Class AA@ Fermented Malt Beverage license to Fiestas of Wisconsin Inc. d/b/a Fiesta Foods, 809 S. Main Street, contingent on surrender of New-Deh=s license.
Cm. Johnston stated that it has been the long standing policy of the City of Fort Atkinson to grant the liquor license to the next owner of a building and that this approval follows that policy.
On call of the roll Cwmn. Behrens, Cm. Flood, and Cm. Johnston voted aye; and President Pattow voted no. The motion carried on a 3-1 vote.
(d) APPROVAL OF PRELIMINARY CERTIFIED SURVEY MAP CREATING ONE LOT ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RAVEEN STREET.
Cm. Day returned to his place on the Council.
City Engineer Woods explained that there should be an added statement to the approval stating that this would create one lot on the south side of Raveen Street with a planned development district overlay.
City Manager Wilmet stated that this was unanimously recommended at Planning Commission.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens, moved to approve the Preliminary Certified Survey Map creating one lot on the south side of Raveen Street with a planned development district overlay. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(e) SET DATE FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON ZONING REQUEST FOR ANNEXATION PETITION BY JAMES AND JANE BUCHTA AND WAVA ABRAMS FOR PROPERTY ON WEST END OF SHERMAN AVENUE.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to set a public hearing date for April 6, 2000 for the request for annexation petition by James and Jane Buchta and Wava Abrams for property on west end of Sherman Avenue. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) APPROVE CONSULTING FIRM FOR DESIGN OF NORTH HIGH STREET PROJECT AND AUTHORIZE NEGOTIATION OF CONTRACT AND DESIGN COSTS.
City Manager Wilmet stated that a selection Committee, comprised of six City staff members, met on February 16, 2000 to interview three consultants for the design phase of the North High Street project. Nine consultants filed statements of interest in doing this project. Consultant interviewing/selection was required for this project because state funds are involved. After the interviews, the Committee reviewed the material on each consultant and selected Earth Tech to begin negotiating a contract. The selection was based on previous work in the City, their knowledge of this project, personnel and design timetable. City Manager Wilmet also stated that after the scope of the work is finalized, a design cost and contract will be developed and brought back to the Council for approval.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Day moved to approve the consulting firm of Earth Tech for the design of North High Street project and authorizes the negotiation of project costs and design costs. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(b) ANNUAL REPORTS FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES.
City Manager Wilmet stated that if the Council had any questions on the report for the Water and Wastewater Utility that was before them that Utility Director Sherman was here to answer any questions.
President Pattow noted that the Council should note the sewer rate comparison page that shows Fort Atkinson to be in a middle ground compared to about 40 other cities in the southeastern portion of Wisconsin and to also note that Wisconsin is near the bottom of the list and has one of the lowest water rate costs per household of the same 40 communities.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to approve the annual reports for the Water and Wastewater Utilities. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(c) REVIEW AND APPROVE 1999 COMPLIANCE MAINTENANCE ANNUAL REPORT CMAR AND RESOLUTION FOR WASTEWATER UTILITY.
The following resolution was displayed on the overhead projector at this time:
RESOLUTION NO. 985
BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Fort Atkinson does hereby authorize the filing of the Compliance Maintenance Annual Report as required by Ch. NR208, Wisconsin Administrative Code, and DNR Facility Permit 0022489-6 for the year 1999.
The City of Fort Atkinson being the owner and the operator of the Wastewater Utility does hereby inform the Department of Natural Resources that the following actions were taken by the City Council:
- This Resolution does acknowledge that the governing body has reviewed the C.M.A.R.
B. This Resolution further documents that all actions necessary to maintain effluent requirements contained in the WPDES Permit are being adhered to.
Wastewater Supervisor Paul Christensen came forward to the podium to review the 1999 Compliance Maintenance Annual Report with the Council. The Wastewater Supervisor noted that the City of Fort Atkinson received an accumulated total of 6 points out of a possible 380 points from the DNR in 1999. He also noted that the lower the points the better the City=s overall status is with the DNR. He stated that the only points that the City Wastewater Utility earned were 6 points or 1 point for each year of the utility=s age. This should mean that there will not be any mandated upgrades needed at the Treatment Plant for quite some time unless there are any rule changes made by the DNR such as for the phosphorous.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to adopt Resolution No. 985 and to approve the 1999 Compliance Maintenance Annual Report for the Wastewater Utility. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.
(d) REVIEW AND APPROVE 1999 CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT FOR THE WATER UTILITY.
Water Supervisor Terry Siglinsky came forward to the podium to address the Council on this report. The Water Supervisor stated that during 1998, the Environmental Protection Agency established amendments to the 1996 Safe Drinking Water Act. Within the new amended rules was the requirement for an annual consumer confidence report to be issued and provided to all customers in our distribution system by a direct delivery to every customer. The Water Utility Supervisor stated that the report before the Council is the report that will be placed at every customers door this year. The plan is to have our meter readers provide a copy to our customers during their normal meter reading process. Copies will also be made available to multi unit facilities such as apartment complexes, schools and assisted living units.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Day moved to approve the 1999 Consumer Confidence Report for the Water Utility. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(e) REVIEW AND APPROVE QUOTES FOR MAG METER AND PIPING FOR WATER UTILITY AS BUDGETED.
City Manager Wilmet stated that for the year 2000 the Water Utility has budgeted $19,000 for replacement of the main station flow meter. The Utility will also address moving the meter from its current location in a sub basement area that periodically floods, and is considered a confined entry. The Utility has received the following quotes for installation of the mag meter above ground:
J. F. Ahern $21,351
Westra Construction $17,717
Hooper Corporation $10,620
The Utility has also received the following quotes for the mag meter:
Badger Meter $3,655
Mucahy/Tech Sales $4,40l
First Supply $5,700
The Water Utility is recommending the purchase of the mag meter from Badger Meter for the $3,655 and the piping modifications to be done by Hooper Corporation for $10,620 for a total cost of $14,275. It is also estimated that there will be some wiring and connection charges to the Utility=s SCADA system and restoration of the pump room at an estimated cost of less than $1,000.
Cm. Day, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens moved to recommend the purchase of a mag meter from Badger Meter for $3,655 and the piping modifications to be done by Hooper Corporation for $10,620 and authorizes some rewiring and restoration work in the amount not to exceed $1,000 for a total of $15,275. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.
(f) REQUEST BY MUSEUM DIRECTOR TO AUTHORIZE RELEASE OF HOARD TRUST FUNDS FOR THE YEAR 2000 CAPITAL PROJECTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $47,800.
City Manager Wilmet stated that the year 2000 Capital Improvement Program budget for the Hoard Museum, as approved by the Board of Directors of the Fort Atkinson Historical Society and the City Council, is $52,000. It is anticipated that this Capital Improvement Program monies will come from the City=s portion of the Hoard Trust.
The City Manager stated that there are two major projects to be done at the Museum this year one being a hot water boiler and the second being a new roof for the Museum. He further stated that these individual projects will be brought before the Council when quotes have been received for the Council=s authorization. However, at this time the Museum Director is just asking for the authorization to release $47,800 of the Hoard Trust Funds for the projects to be done this year. That money would be transferred into the City=s General Fund.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to authorize the transfer of $47,800 from the Hoard Trust to the City General Fund for future authorized work projects at the Museum. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.
(a) SET PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE MEETING DATE.
Cm. Day, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to set a Public Works Committee meeting date for March 15, 2000 at 3:00 p.m. with the possible review of City streets.
The motion carried on a voice vote.
(b) GRANTING OPERATOR LICENSES.
Following a report that the applications had been reviewed and approved for accuracy by the Police Department, upon the motion of Cm. Flood, seconded by Cwmn. Behrens, the following operator licenses were granted:
REGULAR: Vikki L. DeMeo
Roberta J.A. Willie
Jennifer L. Haupt
Nick S. Schreck
Travis L. Lavin
The motion carried on a voice vote.
(c) REQUEST TO CHANGE COUNCIL MEETING DATE FROM APRIL 4, 2000 TO APRIL 6, 2000 DUE TO SPRING PRIMARY ELECTION.
City Manager Wilmet stated that due to the hectic and major Presidential Spring Election in the City on April 4th, staff is requesting that the meeting be postponed until that Thursday, April 6th to allow enough time to put the verified claims together for the Council.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to approve the request to change the Council meeting date from April 4, 2000 to April 6, 2000 due to the Spring Election. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(d) REPORT ON 1999 TAX ROLL COLLECTIONS BY CITY TREASURER.
City Clerk Treasurer Faith Elford asked the Council to review the report before them showing the comparison of the 1999 tax collection as compared to the 1998 collection and noted that due to the growth of the City of Fort Atkinson the total tax collection has grown by over $1,200,000 from 1998 to 1999. Also attached to the tax roll collection report are the delinquent personnel property taxes from the 1999 collection rolls. The City Clerk/Treasurer noted that of $5,608.81 that was delinquent as of January 31st the Clerk=s Office has now collected $2,209.56 leaving a balance of only $3,399.25 to be collected as of today=s meeting date. It was noted that the Clerk=s Office will be working with the City Attorney=s office for collection of the remaining balance of the delinquent personnel property taxes.
Cwmn. Behrens, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to accept the report on the 1999 tax roll collections by the City Treasurer. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) VERIFIED CLAIMS.
The following is a list of bills to be approved by the Council.
CITY, SEWER, WATER ACCOUNTS
Abendroth Water Conditioning Softener rent, salt $ 83.16
Above & Beyond Travel Services Siglinsky AWWA conf 6/10-6/15 314.00
Ace Hardware Supplies, ladder, key rings, chain oil 901.87
Aearo Safety Co Brittnacher & Bauer - safety glasses 388.00
L.W. Allen Inc. 3 pumps, replace expander board 2,425.00
Allen Ventures Inc. Recycled lumber 2,197.17
Ameritech Services, diggers, modem/wire/radio rent, books 1,921.76
Aramark Uniform Services Inc. Services 1,257.51
Aramark 3 pair coveralls 251.92
Armstrong Heating & Cooling Replace thermostat, furnace blower, pad 373.90
Associated Appraisal Feb. contract, assessing supplies/postage 1,671.04
Audio Visual Now Party lights - Youth Center 434.50
Automatic Entrances of WI Inc 2 auto door openers 3,050.00
Badger Paint Store Supplies, roller covers, liners 17.04
Badger Uniforms Schoenleber-shirts, emblems 62.83
Barth True Value Inc Propane, supplies, 240v element, couplings 336.35
Batteries Plus LLC Museum-emergency lite battery 16.89
Beacon Ballfields Softball holder 52.42
Belson Company Toweling, tissues 171.33
Maria G. Benitez Interpreter service 62.50
Michael Bennett Safety shoes allowance 64.99
Jim Bills Work on MSDS sheets (16 hrs.) 96.00
Blue Cross & Blue Shield Monthly dental premiums 4,597.58
Boise Cascade Office Prod Corp Office supplies 349.08
Brown Cab Service Jan. & Feb. subsidized taxi service 25,283.30
Bruce=s Radio Repair radio in #112, install radio in trk 2 140.00
Bumper to Bumper Ft Atkinson Auto parts 1,949.27
Bunch Distributing Inc Brush, handle 34.81
Rudolph A Bushcott Jr Materials/labor for gift 100.00
Business Health Services of WI Drug screening 132.00
The Canvas Shop Covers for snow signs 510.00
Capital City International Inc Truck parts, #19 switch 225.12
Cargill Inc-Salt Division 436.47 tons road salt 13,050.45
Cash Register Specialities Inc 1 drawer register 233.97
Charla=s Art Glass Welding supplies-DPW 33.36
Chorus Networks Inc Annual radio maintenance 815.98
Cinderella/Shep=s Cleaning Janitorial supplies - Sr Center 93.15
City of Fort Atkinson Gas, copies, equipment rent-sewer & water 2,873.80
City of Fort Atkinson Tax roll-debt service levy 969,781.00
Como Photo of Watertown Police-camera overhaul 74.00
CompuFort Flatbed scanner, mouse pad, CD writer, software 650.67
Conney Safety Products Safety supplies 304.01
Davis & Kuelthau S.C. Professional services 805.63
Jeffrey S. Davis 2 pr long underwear 17.92
DeLage Landen Financial Services Copier lease - P & R $ 173.73
Diamond Sports Center T-shirts 1,143.55
Roger W. Draeger Health ins premium reimbursement 763.70
Duo-Safety Ladder Corp. 2 ladders (Fire Dept) 312.84
EMS Industrial Inc Belt 290.51
Eagle Engraving 6 signs engraved 7.75
Earth Tech Professional services - phosphorous 1,135.20
Susan D. Ebert Uniform purchase-slacks, shoes 114.54
Elkhorn Chemical Co Inc Supplies 110.10
Enforcer Technology Inc Install 3 registers & software 375.00
Evans Industrial Comm Inc Test, repair pagers 62.80
FBI NAA 2000 Gilbert-regist conference 260.00
Fastenal Company Fasteners 186.16
Flahm Inc Laminating pouches 397.91
Michael T. Foerster Edgewater-sewer/water main reimbursement 14,332.50
Ft Atkinson City Band Annual donation 1,600.00
Ft Atkinson Glass/Mirror Inc Cleaner, new mirror/install #7 76.50
Ft Atkinson Historical Society Donation 2,060.00
Ft Atkinson Sentry Project Lead supplies, supplies 111.57
Ft Auto Supply Wiper blades, oil filters, supplies, parts 445.69
Richard Frame Meal, mileage-in service 8.75
Franks County Market Supplies - Sr. Center 28.36
G.B. Electric Motor Service Inc Clean, rewind, replace bearing 587.00
G.F.C. Leasing Copier lease rental 448.61
Gary Gebhardt & Son Plumbing Lever arm, washers, rings, labor 77.50
Gordon Flesch Co Inc Copy base & over runs 79.12
WW Grainger Inc On delay relay, temperature gauge, supplies 389.26
H & H Fire Protection Annual inspections, new exting., gloves, boots 776.09
Hach Company Lab supplies 140.39
Hausz Bros Inc Washed sand 1,136.19
Havill-Spoerl Ford Mercury Inc Repair ignition wipers, 2 shop manuals 539.06
Havill-Spoerl Ford Mercury Inc 2 squads 40,000.00
Hawkins Chemical Hydrofluosilicic acid 326.04
Debra L. Hayes Work slacks 18.89
Home Lumber Company Plywood 57.28
Humane Society of Jefferson Co February stray animal pickup 1,410.94
ICI Dulux Paint Centers Paint 4 gallon 123.55
ICMA Subscription Renewals Subscription renewal 493.00
IDEALS 1 yr subscription-Sr Center 19.95
Jefferson County Clerk Monthly dog license fees -136- 484.00
Jefferson County Treasurer February tax settlement 1,225.15
Jefferson True Value Stihl parts, cleaner 86.91
Jody=s Catering Service Seniors-Valentine=s breakfast 192.00
Jones Tool & Mfg LLC Truck 19 shaft repair 300.00
KMK Industries Inc Nimlock exhibit 594.85
K-Mart #9543 Floorjack 49.99
Lab Safety Supply Inc Half mask respirators 121.04
Lake Mills Blacktop Inc 21.60 tons cold patch 1,036.80
John F. Lampert Health insurance reimburse 360.06
Landowski Welding Weld hitch on #31 $ 16.95
CED/Lappin Credit Office Electrical supplies, plies, battery-emerg lite 1,300.43
Lark Uniform Inc T Rue - belt 16.26
Scott L Lastusky February car allowance 85.00
Liqui Systems Inc Equipment repair parts 496.86
MATC-Bursar Windows 98-Hayes & Ebert 125.50
MATC-Bursar February tax settlement 365.58
M & R Service Fuel tank repair 75.00
MTAW Annual membership fees-John & Faith 60.00
Madison Computer Works Repair/labor only 49.50
Milwaukee Chalkboard & Speciality Tackboard 195.50
Minnesota Life Ins Company Monthly life insurance premiums 735.60
Moore Sports Frame-warmup suit, socks 75.00
Municipal Code Corp 22 sets of updates 763.64
Municipal Software Inc Computer upgrade - training 563.91
Nasco Evidence bags 44.35
National Safety Council Annual membership dues 200.00
Ray O=Herron Co Inc Rice-turtlenecks 66.85
Oriental Trading Co Inc Holiday supplies - Sr Center 84.15
Patten=s Marine Outboard motor parts 40.83
Pearson Education Rescue squad manuals 181.92
PenWell Publishing Co Training manuals (Fire) 174.74
Pepsi-Cola Company Soda 358.90
Performance Advantage Co Parts for truck #103 1,021.48
Earl Peterson 30.5 hrs inspection work 762.50
Poeppel=s Auto Body Towing charge - 2/4/00 35.00
Postmaster Postage 1,210.96
Precision Alignment Service Squad repairs, oil changes 109.50
Precision Drive & Control Inc Reducer motor 2,086.12
Premier Bank Federal withholding, soc security, medicare 35,298.31
Procal Services/Raymond Winden Leather case, gas detector, battery 1,988.00
Professional Equipment & Supply Uniform allow-Rice boots 63.95
Brad Ragan Inc Tires, mounting 609.92
Reinders Inc Mower parts 280.37
Christopher Rogers Monthly office expense 300.00
S & H Uniform Corp 12 pr coveralls DPW 332.20
School Dist of Ft Atkinson February tax settlement 2,945.37
Secretary of State Notary public renewal-Faith 20.00
Sewer Utility Ben=s Eat Mor invoices on tax roll 845.78
Sewer Utility Tax roll bills & assessments 12,534.38
ShopKo Store #51 Photowork, microwave, towels, decorations 545.95
Simonson Oil Co 1,215 gal diesel fuel 1,456.79
Smith Motors Inc Switch assembly #80 72.38
Snap On Tools Corp Vises, bit set, ratchet, tools 325.85
Spacsaver Storage Systems Inc Shelving 368.00
Spake Printing Service Address labels, 6200 water bill envelopes 618.02
G. Stuart=s Men=s Shop Uniform allow-Rue 138.50
Super Products Corp Bearing, belt, jackshaft 1,513.60
Superior Services Trash pickup, disposal, recycle, toter 40,386.60
Throndsen Lettering Inc Tessman, Kopps & DPW t-shirts $ 316.80
Trier=s Concession Services Concession supplies 254.69
Tuxall Uniform & Equipment Inc Body armor (dept issue) 681.85
United Building Center Building materials 61.51
US Cellular Cell phone charges 97.79
United Parcel Service Parcel pickup service 191.13
Univ of WI Extension Riess-pesticide training regist. 45.00
Viking Industrial Center Annual inspection-lifeline 157.88
Water Department Tax roll bills & assessments 16,213.02
Water Department Water 1,083.05
Welch, Hanson & Assoc Inc Professional services 1,275.00
Werner Electric Supply Electrical supplies, plugs 440.23
Wholesale Supply Co Office supplies (Sewer) 81.56
Wiedenbeck Inc Pipes, marking paint 384.89
John E Wilmet Vehicle use 151.35
Winchester True Value Chain saw accessories 62.37
WI Dept of Employee Trust Funds Monthly health insurance premiums 27,917.20
WI Dept of Justice Telephone/teletype service 258.00
WI Dept of Justice/Crime 2 record checks 20.00
WI Dept of Natural Resources T. Reel - exam fees 25.00
WI Dept of Revenue January sales tax 8.57
WI Dept of Revenue State withholding tax 7,900.99
WI Dept of Trans BFS Final project costs - N. Main St. 129.74
WI Dept of Trans BFS Final sewer costs - N. 3rd St 750.00
WI Dept of Transportation Unpaid parking citations 345.00
WI Electric Power Co Electricity, natural gas 27,126.35
WI Health Fund Monthly union health ins premiums 16,454.40
WI Retirement System Monthly retirement costs 28,145.53
WI Rural Water Assoc Regist fees-Bauer, McGowan, Anschutz 315.00
A T & T Library - phone 21.73
Ameritech Library - phone 128.47
American Library Assn Library - supplies 71.10
Baker & Taylor Library - books 5,325.58
Baker & Taylor Entertainment Library - AV 253.84
Barth True Value Library - maintenance 12.24
Bullfrog Films Library - AV 64.00
Business Reference Services Library - books 473.25
Chicago Tribune Library - periodicals 143.52
Chivers North America Library - AV 6.50
Cloute Window/Wall Washing Inc Library - maintenance 95.00
Columbia House Video Club Library - AV 310.89
DEMCO Inc Library - supplies 47.32
Dodge/Jeff Co Genealogical Library - periodicals 12.00
Doubleday Book Club Library - books 14.60
Dwight Foster Public Library Library - petty cash 110.35
Epixtech Library - equipment repair/replace 9,787.66
Express Video Clinic Library - AV 67.12
Ft Atkinson Sentry Library - supplies & AV 86.12
Ft Sew-N-Vac Center Library - maintenance 1.75
Gale Group Library - books $ 899.81
Global Contract Inc Library - books 92.50
Harper=s Magazine Library - periodicals 31.00
Highsmith Inc Library - supplies 60.46
Home Library - periodicals 49.94
Hunter & Associates Library - books 38.66
Information Publications Library - books 52.00
Ingram Library Services Library - books 20.73
Jensen Plumbing & Heating Inc Library - maintenance 50.75
Jonas Office Products LTD Library - supplies 90.44
Journal Sentinel Inc Library - periodicals 98.40
Junior Library Guld Library - books 1,929.73
Kent Adhesive Products Co Library - supplies 63.18
LMA Techwork Library - info sources/services 1,125.00
Learning Opportunities Inc Library - books 139.05
Lexis Publishing Library - books 42.88
MTM Inc Library - microfilm lens 667.25
Mister Anderson=s Company Library - books 29.95
Morningstar Inc Library - books 39.95
Nasco Library - supplies 27.69
Nat=l Market Reports Inc Library - books 51.00
PC Connection Library - info sources/services 234.00
PaperDirect Library - supplies 60.85
Postmaster Library - postage 212.00
Product Development Corp Library - books 70.30
Quality Books Library - books 163.44
Rainbow Book Company Library - books 1,453.63
Rasmussen Software Inc Library - info sources/services 532.00
Reader=s Digest Library - periodicals 26.76
ShopKo Library - supplies & AV 176.61
Unique Books Library - books 613.39
Vanity Fair Library - periodicals 25.00
WI Electric Power Co Library - gas & electric 1,382.80
WI Library Association Library - continuing ed 131.20
World Book Inc Library - books 799.00
TOTAL CITY ACCOUNTS $ 1,312,081.68
TOTAL SEWER ACCOUNTS $ 41,680.38
TOTAL WATER ACCOUNTS $ 30,868.25
Board of Com. Of Public Lands Loan - principal & interest $ 39,755.04
Premier Bank 1993 Capital Projects-loan interest & principal 67,455.29
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE $ 107,210.33
1998-1999 CAPITAL PROJECTS
Madison Computer Works 3 Inteva systems for new PD $ 3,230.70
Westra Construction Inc Contract payment #1 for new PD 22,500.00
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS $ 25,730.70
Cwmn. Behrens, seconded by Cm. Day moved that the bills in the amount of $1,312,081.68 for the City; $107,210.33 for the Debt Service Account; $25,730.70 for the 1998-1999 Capital Projects Fund; $41,680.38 for the Sewer Utility and $30,868.25 for the Water Utility as per Schedule L-71 on file in the office of the City Clerk and as audited and approved by the Finance Committee be allowed and orders be authorized drawn on the proper funds for their payment. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to adjourn the March 7, 2000 regular City of Fort Atkinson Council meeting at 8:43 p.m. The motion carried unanimously.
FAITH ELFORD, CMC
PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL