Fort Atkinson City Council - Minutes - 2000

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MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING

FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN

JUNE 20, 2000

 

 

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

     

  3. ROLL CALL
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    On call of the roll members present were:

     

    Bill Flood

    Loren Gray

    Bruce Johnston

    Gordon Day Jr.

     

    Absent was Mark Zastrow.

     

    Also present were the City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk/Treasurer, and City Engineer.

     

  5. MINUTES
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    (a) APPROVAL OF THE JUNE 6, 2000 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES.

     

    Cm. Gray moved to approve the minutes of the June 6, 2000 regular Council meeting with corrections made by the City Clerk/Treasurer. Motion seconded by Cm. Flood. Motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  7. PUBLIC HEARINGS
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    (a) PUBLIC HEARING ON ZONING FOR ANNEXATION BY JAMES AND JOHN HEDRICK.

     

    President Day opened the public hearing stating that anyone wishing to speak on this subject should come forward to the podium and state their name and address for the record.

     

    Hearing from no one President Day closed the public hearing.

     

  9. PETITIONS, REQUESTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
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    (a) REQUEST BY CHAMBER TOURISM COMMITTEE TO FILL VACANT SEAT ON ROOM TAX COMMISSION.

     

    City Manager Wilmet stated that after the unexpected death of the Chamber Tourism Committee's Chairman Don Schink, a vacancy has been left on that Committee and the Room Tax Commission. The Chamber is requesting approval for Tisha Erdman to take over in Don's place on the Commission.

     

    Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to accept the request for Tisha Erdman to fill the vacancy on the Room Tax Commission for the Chamber Tourism Committee. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  11. RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES
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    (a) ORDINANCE FOR ANNEXATION BY JAMES AND JOHN HEDRICK.

     

    The following ordinance was displayed on the overhead projector at this time:

     

    ORDINANCE NO. 562

     

    AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TERRITORY TO THE

    CITY OF FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN

     

     

    The City Council of the City of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, does ordain as follows:

     

    Section 1. Territory Annexed. (Direct Annexation) In accordance with Section 66.021 of the Wisconsin Statutes of 1965, and the petition for direct annexation filed with the City Clerk of May 12, 2000, SIGNED BY ALL OF THE OWNERS of all of the land in the area, in the territory, the following described territory in the Town of Koshkonong, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, is annexed to the City of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin:

     

    Part of the NW1/4 of the SW1/4 of Section 10, T5N, R14E, Town of Koshkonong, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, to-wit:

     

    Commencing at the W1/4 corner of said Section 10; thence S1 20'44"E, along the west line of said SW1/4, being the center-line of S. Main Street, 667.43 feet to the NW corner of Certified Survey Map #3895; thence N89 14'02"E, along the north line of said Certified Survey Map #3895 and the south line of GREENVIEW PARK, 907.50 feet to the SE corner; thence S1 20'44"E, 13.69 feet to the point of beginning; thence continue S1 20'44"E, 404.47 feet thence N88 41'32"E, 183.38 feet; thence N1 18'28"W, 140.49 feet; thence N3 45'39"W, 82.01 feet; thence N1 20'44"W, 180.34 feet; thence S89 14'02"W, 180.00 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.682 acres.

    Section 2. Effect of Annexation. From and after the date of this ordinance, the territory described in Section 1 shall be a part of the City of Fort Atkinson for any and all purposes provided by law and all persons coming or residing within such territory shall be subject to all ordinances, rules and regulations governing the City of Fort Atkinson.

     

    Section 3. Initial Zoning Classification. Based on a split zoning recommendation from the Planning Commission, the City Council recommends the territory annexed to the City of Fort Atkinson by this ordinance is initially designated to be of the R-1 zoning of the City of Fort Atkinson for zoning purposes and subject to all provisions of Ordinance No. XV of the City of Fort Atkinson entitled "Zoning Ordinance" relating to such district classifications and to zoning in the City.

     

    Section 4. Ward Designation. The territory described in Section 1 of this ordinance is hereby made a part of the 7th Ward of the City of Fort Atkinson, subject to the ordinances, rules and regulations of the City governing wards. There are no electors within this territory.

     

    Section 5. Severability. If any provisions of this ordinance are invalid or unconstitutional, or if the application of this ordinance to any person or circumstances is invalid or unconstitutional, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the other provisions or applications of this ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid or unconstitutional provision or application.

     

    Section 6. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as provided by law.

     

    Dated: June 20, 2000.

     

    ______________________________

    President of the City Council

     

    ATTEST:

     

    __________________________

    Faith A. Elford, City Clerk

     

    City Manager Wilmet stated that the ordinance states that the property will be brought in with a zoning of R-1 and in Ward 7.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to suspend the rules and pass this ordinance through its second and third readings. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to adopt Ordinance No. 562 for the annexation of James and John Hedrick's property.

    After discussion, Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to amend Section 3 of the ordinance to replace the words temporary and temporarily with the word initial and initially. The motion to amend Ordinance No. 562 was passed on a voice vote.

     

    Roll was then called on amended Ordinance No. 562 and it was passed unanimously.

     

    (b) RESOLUTION FOR THE 2000-2005 FIVE YEAR AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

     

    The following resolution was displayed on the overhead projector at this time:

     

    RESOLUTION NO. 994

     

    RESOLVED, by the City of Fort Atkinson that the attached list of proposed improvements are in the best interest of the Fort Atkinson Municipal Airport; and

     

    WHEREAS, Wisconsin Statutes require a Statement of Project Intentions from airport owners contemplating federal and/or state aid within the next six years; and

     

    WHEREAS, this Six Year Statement of Project Intentions is used by the Department of Transportation, Bureau of Aeronautics for planning and budgeting purposes and is not a petition for federal and/or state aid; and

     

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this governing body contemplates requesting federal and/or state aid for the projects listed on the attached schedule of airport improvements.

     

    City Manager Wilmet reviewed a Statement of Project Intentions for future work that is contemplated at the airport. The City is proposing to expand the existing paved tie-down area and construct a north/south taxi-way in 2005.

     

    The City Manager further stated that submittal of this project intention and resolution does not commit the City to do the project, a separate petition process is required at a future date. This only gets the project into the long range planning phase.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to adopt Resolution No. 994. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

     

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

     

    Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to accept and place on file the minutes of the Dwight Foster Public Library Board meeting held May 1, 2000; Electrical, Building & Plumbing Permit reports for May 2000; minutes of the Planning Commission held June 13, 2000; minutes of the Historical Society Board meeting held May 18, 2000; and minutes of the Historical Preservation Commission meeting held June 8, 2000. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  15. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
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    (a) APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 FOR POLICE STATION, DEDUCT TO DESIGN CONTRACT, AND SET JULY 18, 2000 AT 6:00 P.M. FOR COUNCIL TOUR OF FACILITY.

     

    City Manager Wilmet reviewed two change orders, one to Westra Construction adding $12,576 covering eight items, and one change order to Zimmerman Design deducting $800 for an oversight in the building construction documents.

     

    Mr. John Sabinash of Zimmerman Design explained each of the changes to the Council including:

     

    (1) Moving the building at a cost of $5,554

    (2) Roof shingle change at a cost of $1,800 which was added to get the required qrade of shingle

    (3) A credit of $1,200 for the elevator

    (4) A credit of $2,000 saved on light fixtures

    (5) A $740 credit omitting some brick work on the radio tower

    (6) Adding fire dampers and increasing the UPS to 50 KVA at a cost of $5,000 this was an increase size as requested by the Police Department. A conflict on drawings and value engineering from Zimmerman Design Group and Westra will contribute $3,000 above the $5,000 put in by the City

    (7) Also considered is an $800 credit by Zimmerman Design Group for dampers and a shaft missed on the original design.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to accept Change Order No. 1 for the Police Station at a total cost of $12,576 being added to the project. The motion carried unanimously.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to accept the $800 credit from the design contract of Zimmerman Design Group for the dampers and shaft missed in the original design. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.

     

    City Manager Wilmet then stated that a meeting time of 6:00 p.m. on July 18th will be set for the Council to tour the inside of the new Police Station in progress.

     

    (b) RECOMMENDATION FROM PLANNING COMMISSION TO SET PUBLIC HEARING ON ZONING FOR ANNEXATION BY DONALD AND LORETTA MARTIN AND JOHN AND LISA BIWER ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE.

     

    Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to set the public hearing on the zoning for annexation by Donald & Loretta Martin and John & Lisa Biwer on Riverside Drive for July 18, 2000. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    (c) RECOMMENDATION FROM PLANNING COMMISSION TO APPROVE PRELIMINARY CERTIFIED SURVEY MAP CREATING ONE NEW LOT AT THE INTERSECTION OF WHITEWATER AVENUE (USH 12) AND PROPOSED HIGHLAND AVENUE (EXTRA-TERRITORIAL), CONTINGENT UPON THE REVIEW OF CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR STORM WATER DRAINAGE.

     

    City Manager Wilmet stated that this recommendation was unanimous at Planning Commission.

     

    Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to approve the recommendation from the Planning Commission and approve the Preliminary Certified Survey Map creating one new lot at the intersection of Whitewater Avenue and the proposed Highland Avenue, contingent upon the review of construction plans for storm water drainage. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  17. NEW BUSINESS
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    (a) REVIEW DEVELOPER'S AGREEMENT WITH RAMESH SHAH FOR ONE LOT ON RANGITA STREET.

     

    City Manager Wilmet reviewed the agreement for Lot 1 on Rangita Street, Koshkonong Estates Subdivision. He stated that the agreement is the City's standard form with the exception of:

     

    (1) A Letter of Credit shall be provided within sixty (60) days of signing the agreement or prior to construction. Our standard was twenty (20) days.

     

    (2) Retain 10% of Letter of Credit as a work guarantee for maintenance.

     

    (3) Sidewalks on both sides of all streets except for a portion of the west side of Reena. This was eliminated through negotiations with the U.S. Corp of Engineers to minimize the impact to the wetland.

     

    (4) The park fee will not be waived, but the amount will be credited against monies owed the developer for oversized street and utilities.

     

    The City Manager further stated that the agreement has been reviewed and can be approved, but the approval should be contingent on the approval of the Certified Survey Map for Lot 1 and the construction plans for Rangita Street and Reena Avenue. The City Manager stated this will be brought up at the next Planning Commission.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to accept the Developer's Agreement with Ramesh Shah for one Lot on Rangita Street with the four contingencies and the final contingency of approval of the Certified Survey Map for Lot 1 and the construction plans for Rangita Street and Reena Avenue.

     

    The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  19. MISCELLANEOUS
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    (a) 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. Gray, seconded by Cm. seconded by Cm. Flood the following operator licenses were granted:

     

    Regular licenses to expire 6/30/00: Joseph D. Wendorf

    Jeanie M. Lehman

    Dennis L. Ferrarini

     

    The following licenses are for the period starting July 1, 2000:

     

    Jeffery I. Adsit Sarah L.N. Hammer

    L.Day Becker Daniel C. Lansing

    Charles F. Bieberitz Thomas H. Gross

    David F. Camplin Harvey G. Taylor

    James E. Cheek Sr. Patricia R. Vander Mause

    Walter F. Ciaglo Virgil A. Walters Sr.

    Terry T. Clayton Paul M. Lacy

    Gordon Day Jr. Elizabeth A. Hulstein

    Thomas W. Emrick Karla R. Brown

    Norman E. Godfrey Patricia A. Robel

    Tom J. Goyer Geraldine L. Lodl

    Roger W. Griedl William S. Lean Jr.

    Dean T. Hanke Dorothy C. Haferman

    Gerald C. Heiliger Linda L. Haumschild

    William G. Herro John C. Rea

    Leroy E. Jahnke Craig A. Garbisch

    Richard A. James Andrew J. Koehler

    Dwayne A. Johnson Gilbert W. Schultz

    Brian C. Juarez Robin A. Luebke

    Bradley L. Kees Cheryl E. Stork

    Norman F. Lemke Earl E. May

    Glenn R. Lepley Gayle L. Golinski

    Paul B. Majors Karen L. Meyer

    James J. McCabe Richard R. Schultz

    Dan McKee Sandra L. Long

    Dennis A. McKee Larry A. Fanta

    John W. McKenzie Sharon L. Haas

    Todd A. Neujahr Roberta J.A. Willie

    Peter M. Newell Ariel I. Pundsack

    James Otis Robert L. Klokow

    Philip H. Postel Carol A. Berman

    William M. Roberts Barbara J. Walters

    James R. Sackmaster Judith M. Wollangk

    Robert J. Simonini Susan M. Meske

    Ronald J. Vogel Roberta L. Johnson

    Dennis White Charles E. Folk

    Doris A. Zieglemeier Wanda A. Black

    James R. Zieglemeier Sr. Roger H. Keene

    Debra J. Schreiner Naomi A. Ranney

    Barbara K. Klietz Jack D. Vial

     

    The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    (b) CHANGE JULY 4, 2000 COUNCIL MEETING DATE DUE TO HOLIDAY.

     

    Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to change the Tuesday, July 4, 2000 Council meeting to Thursday, July 6, 2000 at 7:30 p.m. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    (c) SPECIAL BEER AND WINE LICENSE FOR ST. JOSEPH'S FAMILY FAIR ON AUGUST 6, 2000.

     

    Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to approve the special beer and wine license for St. Joseph's Family Fair on August 6, 2000. The motion carried on a voice vote.

     

    (d) CITY, SEWER, AND WATER FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AS OF MAY 31, 2000.

     

    City Manager Wilmet reviewed the Water Utility and Sewer Utility financial statements with the Council. As part of his review, the City Manager stated that the Water Utility expenses are down at this point during the year at only 33% instead of the 41% average for this time of year. The City Manager stated the budget does contain monies for another employee for the Water Utility. This employee has not been hired at this point in time.

     

    The City Manager also commented that the Sewer Utility is in good financial shape at this point at 1% under budget for expenses thru May.

     

    City Clerk/Treasurer Elford reviewed the General Fund financial statements with the Council also noting that expenditures thru the month of May are at 37% which would be below the average of 41% for this time of year.

     

    The City Clerk/Treasurer also reviewed Fund 9 the Capital Projects fund with the Council. Reviewing that the funding for the new Police Station and Fire Station upgrades are held in this fund and that to date $185,000 has been gained in interest on investments of these funds.

     

    Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to accept and file the City, Sewer, and Water financial statements as of May 31, 2000.

     

    Motion carried on a voice vote.

     

  21. CLAIMS, APPROPRIATIONS AND CONTRACT PAYMENTS
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    (a) VERIFIED CLAIMS.

     

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

     

    CITY, SEWER, WATER

     

    A T & T Long distance service $ 275.57

    AWWA - WI Section R Sherman Aug. 17 regist 60.00

    Ace Hardware Museum supplies 33.65

    Aearo Safety Co R Sherman - safety glasses 193.00

    LW Allen Inc V.F.D., clamps, cables 23,197.00

    Ameritech P.D. intoxilyzer line 26.55

    B.R Amon & Sons Inc Cold mix blacktop, refund plans deposit 748.38

    Applied Industrial Technologies Gear motor 2,277.12

    Aramark Uniform Services Services 1,291.80

    Arrow Inc Pump mnts; splash guards 981.07

    BDS Instrumentation Bi-annual equipment service 796.00

    Badger Meter Inc Meter repairs/parts 1,661.71

    Badger Swimpools Inc Check valve 603.35

    Barth True Value Inc Supplies, clock, rent trencher 679.88

    Batteries Plus LLC Battery 49.99

    Belson Company 2 cases towels 113.44

    Benz Oil Inc 54 gal motor oil; 54 gal transmission fluid 707.94

    Blodgett Garden Center Grass seed, flowers, straw 767.52

    Blue Cross & Blue Shield Dental premiums $ 4,514.49

    Breuer Metal Craftsmen Inc Aluminum plate covers 3,450.00

    Brown Cab Service May subsidized taxi service, 1998 audit adjust 14,797.88

    The Burro Co LLC Museum May 3-29 mowing 300.00

    Business Health Services of WI Hep B vaccines, drug screening, audiograms 360.50

    City of Ft Atkinson property taxes, interest on debt to City 90,082.00

    CompuFort 10' cable 9.00

    Cronatron Welding Systems Inc Welding supplies 383.66

    Daily Jefferson Co Union Publications, bike patrol ad 1,590.21

    Jeffrey S Davis Uniform allowance 19.88

    Deb Wholesale Concession supplies 72.00

    Dell Marketing LP Notebook PC 3,173.00

    Diggers Hotline Inc May service, 295 tickets 386.45

    Dodge Concrete Inc Concrete, bullfloat & handle 2,062.38

    Duntley Water Works Airport pump repaired 427.00

    Environmental Resource Assoc Lab ref. standards 328.50

    Everbrite Inc Scoreboard fasteners 56.02

    Fidelity Land Title LTD Record search/riverfront property 60.00

    First Supply Ferncos, end caps, fittings 347.91

    Ft Atkinson Glass & Mirror Inc Museum - windows installed 577.75

    Ft Atkinson Police Dept Repay Dubelsa Pena citation 65.90

    Ft Atkinson Sentry Supplies, food 248.46

    Ft Heating Service Fabricate metal 57.00

    Gregory Gilbert Atty General conf - 2 nites lodging 124.00

    Gold Star Products Inc Moly lube 199.80

    Gordon Flesch Co Inc 6/15-7/15 copier base, copies overrun, fax repair 181.61

    Great American Leasing Personal property tax refund 156.43

    Ben Hallock Subpoena fee 5.00

    Harco/CPS Water Works South tower cathodic protection 680.00

    Hausz Bros Inc Rotary shelter drive, sewer & labor 3,355.94

    Havill-Spoerl Ford Mercury Inc Auto parts, rentals 252.41

    I.O. S. Capital Library-copier 6/30-7/29 192.00

    Inwave Mower radio 532.00

    Jaeckel Bros Sand, labor, equip rent 605.50

    Jefferson Co Farmco Co-Op Grass seed, finance charges 316.68

    Jim's Key Shop Locks serviced 224.88

    Jonas Office Products LTD Office supplies, fax toner, diggers paper, cabinet 1,386.21

    Ronald Jones Subpoena fee, mileage-Oconomowoc 24.50

    K-Mart #9543 6 frames, 20 patio stone 33.99

    Ken & Betty's Umpire meeting meal 66.50

    Brian Kielman Safety shoes allowance 70.00

    CED/Lappin Credit Office Electrical supplies, front sign lights 713.13

    Scott L. Lastusky Pool concession supplies 1,499.61

    Lawson Products Inc Drill bits, bulbs, saw blade 167.18

    Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc Asphalt lutes 51.24

    MATC Jeff Co legal update service, DOJ instrtr service 938.79

    Mark's Auto Electrical Dept trailer 780.00

    Master Graphics Blue print supplies 59.26

    Mathews Co Mower knives 184.77

    May Plumbing & Heating Install wash unit; parks work, connect line 5,725.26

    Memorial Day Committee Mem'l Day expenses $ 215.00

    Mike's Bakery & Catering Food 54.36

    Milwaukee Lead Works Curb stops, adapters 404.44

    Minnesota Life Ins Co Life insurance premiums 776.24

    OMB Police Supply Traffic templates 49.35

    Scott J Pallan In service meals; MATC & Atty Gen'l 45.00

    Patten's Marine Propeller, lite globe 129.98

    Per-Mar Security Services Replace smoke detectors 873.00

    Premier Bank Withholding, soc security, medicare 36,963.95

    Premier Bank Safe deposit box rental 29.00

    Professional Equip & Supply J Hottman-slacks, Raether-name plate 159.85

    RMS Systems Inc MSDS software (dept split) 848.00

    Regency Suites Pallan/Fromader lodging 248.00

    Rockhurst College Elford - PC seminar July 26-28 540.00

    Ruud Lighting Inc Electrical supplies 2,761.68

    St Joseph's Church Home/School 48 hr crossing guard - May & June 408.00

    Mark Schoenleber Arson school - mileage, meeting, meal 312.85

    Sewer Equip Co of America 2 wrenches 58.37

    ShopKo Store #51 Supplies, tennis balls, insect repellent 235.02

    Terrence G. Siglinsky Conference expense (bal remaining) 416.00

    Jan Simdon Pool supplies 18.68

    Otis Spunkmeyer Concession supplies 166.00

    Spring Valley Fertilizer 235.62

    State Chemical Mfg Co Stainless steel cleaner 79.38

    Superior Services Trash disposal - Parks 11.61

    Brian Tracy Drill bits 14.46

    U.S. Cellular Cell phone charges 159.53

    UW Soil Testing Lab Soils testing/analyses 58.50

    Venske Construction Refund plans deposit-St. program 25.00

    Tom & Pat Vogel Final water bill overpayment 8.89

    Weiss Landscape Services Mow P.D. lawn - May 13, 21 30.00

    Welch, Hanson & Assoc Inc Design storm sewer 3,930.00

    Western Medical Enterprises 2 boxes safety gloves 76.73

    WI Correctional Center System Labor - compost site 145.00

    WI Dept of Employee Trust Fund Monthly health insurance premiums 27,901.00

    Wisconsin DNR Storm water fees, lab envir fees, WWTP fees 8,128.84

    WI Dept of Revenue Sales tax 1,168.21

    WI Dept of Revenue State withholding tax 7,911.36

    WI Dept of Revenue State withholding tax 8,142.16

    WI Deptof Workforce Devlpmnt Unemployment insurance 469.15

    WI Electric Power Co Electricity, natural gas 32,999.84

    WI Health Fund Union health insurance premiums 15,905.92

    WI Plastic Drain Tile Corp Tile, couplers 45.72

    Jerry Witkins Sr. Center cake 35.00

    Veske Construction Refund plans deposit 25.00

    Zarnoth Brush Works Inc Sweeper broom refill 338.00

    Ronald Zechel Lighting reimbursement Megan's Meadow 3,359.54

     

    TOTAL CITY ACCOUNTS $ 167,714.83

    TOTAL SEWER ACCOUNTS 66,665.35

    TOTAL WATER ACCOUNTS 72,720.91

     

    1998-99 CAPITAL PROJECTS

     

    Air Flow Inc Dampers, fans, heater $ 1,325.00

    B & J Builders Supply Hollow metal frames 10,000.00

    First Supply Connectors, wall hydrant, ferncos 1,287.81

    Mid-States Concrete Products Precast concrete 27,063.00

    S/W Engines & Power Systems Power system 27,860.00

    Werner Electric Supply New PD-electrical supplies 1,679.10

    Wingra Redi Mix Inc Concrete 1,826.00

    Zimmerman Design Group New PD - design 1,680.00

     

    TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS $ 72,720.91

     

    Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Flood moved that the bills in the amounts of $167,714.83 for the City; $72,720.91 for the 1998-99 Capital Improvements; $66,665.35 for the Sewer Utility; and $99,090.85 for the Water Utility as per Schedule L-78 on file in the office of the City Clerk/Treasurer 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.

     

  23. ADJOURNMENT

 

Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to adjourn the June 20, 2000 regular City of Fort Atkinson Council meeting at 8:50 p.m. The motion carried unanimously.

 

 

CITY CLERK

 

APPROVED:

 

 

 

PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL