|Fort Atkinson City Council - Minutes - 2000|
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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN
NOVEMBER 9, 2000
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.
2. ROLL CALL.
On call of the roll members present were:
Gordon Day Jr.
Also present were the City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk/Treasurer, and City Engineer.
a. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2000 SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING AND OF OCTOBER 17, 2000 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING.
Cm. Zastrow moved to approve the minutes of the September 25, 2000 Special City Council meeting and the October 17, 2000 regular Council meeting. Motion seconded by Cm. Gray. Motion carried on a voice vote.
5. PETITIONS, REQUESTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
a .COMMUNICATION FROM STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY REGARDING BUILDING DEMOLITION IN MAIN STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT.
City Manager Wilmet reported that the State Historical Society of Wisconsin has notified the City of Fort Atkinson that they have reviewed our proposal to demolish 15, 19 and 23 East Milwaukee Street and will not oppose it.
The City Manager further stated that the next step planned is to get a determination as to whether the facade of the theater can be saved and remain on the site.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to accept and file the communication from the State Historical Society regarding building demolition in Main Street Historic District and to allow staff to continue with their plans to determine if the theater façade can be saved.
Cm. Gray inquired as to who would pay for the façade of the theater to be restored.
City Manager Wilmet stated that he does not intend the City to pay for this restoration. There would need to be some type of fund raising to accomplish this restoration. Any moneys that would be required of the City would have to come back to the Council for approval.
President Day called for a voice vote on the motion to accept and file the communication from the State Historical Society regarding building demolition in Main Street Historic District and to allow staff to continue with their plans to determine if the theater façade can be saved. The motion carried on a voice vote.
b. NOTIFICATION FROM STATE OF WISCONSIN ON URBAN RIVERS PROGRAM GRANT FOR RIVER WALL REHABILITATION.
City Manager Wilmet stated that the City has received an Urban Rivers Program grant in the amount of $96,500. The grant award time period is from October 23, 2000 through June 30, 2002. Along with the $64,951 80% grant received from the National Recreation Trails Program, the City's portion of the approximately $193,000 project will be less than $50,000.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to accept the grant from the State of Wisconsin Urban Rivers Program for $96,500 and authorize the appropriate City officials to sign the agreement with the State. The motion carried on a voice vote.
c. COMMUNICATION FROM CITY ATTORNEY ON SETTLEMENT OF BENDER LAWSUIT VERSUS CITY OF FORT ATKINSON.
City Attorney Rogers explained that there is a pending lawsuit filed by Conrad and Sandra Bender, who live on Banker Road, against the School District of Fort Atkinson, the City of Fort Atkinson and Madison Area Technical College. The lawsuit filed by the Benders claims that the building of the new high school created a nuisance with the surface water runoff that runs through their property. The City Attorney further explained that, at this point in time, the City does have a solution planned for 2002 to re-route the runoff water from the high school property and the plaintiffs are willing to wait for the City to implement their solution. However, the judge is not of a mind to keep the case open for that period of time. It has been suggested that we enter into an agreement in which there would be an order stating that we will do the project on or before November 1, 2002. If this agreement can be made, it will mean that the City will be released from the lawsuit.
City Engineer Woods then explained the plan to the Council that would re-route the water. The City Engineer explained that currently the water runs from the high school, across Banker Road, through the Bender's property, along Laurie Drive and down Blackhawk Drive, through McCoy Park, under Madison Avenue, west of the ponds in the West Park area, through the Rock River Park to the wetland on the Hausz property and finally into the Rock River.
The City Engineer stated that the plan that is in the budget for 2002 is to reroute the water runoff from the high school through storm sewer from Campus Drive, along Lexington Blvd., and under Madison Avenue, where it will connect with a storm sewer along the Pick-N-Save property line and connects with the storm sewer under Shah Avenue. The water will flow through the storm sewer to the end of Shah, where the water will come out into the wetland on the Hausz property and finally into the Rock River. The City is spending $57,000 at this time to place the sewer line to Madison Avenue on Pick ‘N Save's property and it will cost another $156,000 in 2002 to install the storm sewer from the high school to Madison Avenue.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to authorize the City's attorney to draft a settlement with the Benders stating that the City will install the storm sewer on or before November 1, 2002 and create the settlement as to not prejudice the City's ability to seek claims against the Fort Atkinson School District in the future. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.
6. RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES
7. REPORTS OF OFFICERS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES
a. ACCEPTING MINUTES AND REPORTS FROM VARIOUS BOARDS AND COMMITTEES.
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to accept the Minutes of License Committee meeting held October 23, 2000; Minutes of Planning Commission meeting held October 24, 2000; Minutes of Police & Fire Commission meeting held September 22, 2000; Minutes of Police & Fire Commission meeting held October 4, 2000; Minutes of Historical Society Board meeting held September 21, 2000; and the Minutes of Historical Preservation Commission meeting held October 31, 2000. The motion carried on a voice vote.
a. RECOMMENDATION FROM LICENSE COMMITTEE TO SET PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR COMBINATION CLASS "B" LIQUOR LICENSE FOR CHINA BUFFET.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to set a public hearing date of November 21, 2000 on the application for a Combination Class "B" liquor license for the China Buffet. The motion carried on a voice vote.
b. REVIEW OF CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 FOR NEW POLICE DEPARTMENT PROJECT.
City Manager Wilmet reviewed change order No. 2 from Zimmerman Design for Westra Construction in the amount of $188,495.75. The bulk of the change order, or $143,166.75 related to owner direct purchases that reverts back to Westra. $830,000 was segregated from Westra's contract and was to be used for direct purchases by the City to save the required sales tax. To date $656,397.21 has been directly purchased by the City resulting in a sales tax savings of $30,436.04. The maximum anticipated tax savings was $43,000. Westra has made every attempt to have the City direct purchase as many items as possible, however, this was not possible in all cases and some items were subject to sales tax.
The net result of Change Order No. 2 would leave a balance in the contingency fund of $18,835. We are currently negotiating an additional change order of approximately $12,000, which would be a part of the final change order. The City Manager stated that at this point the contingency should be sufficient to complete the Contractor's part of the construction.
Mr. John Sabinash of Zimmerman Design Group attended the meeting and reviewed the following changes with the Council:
Revise ductwork from generator to louver for required clearances
Delete receptacles and voice/data outlets in Booking
Delete attic lights and add exterior light
Change ½" gypsum board to 5/8" gypsum board
Add electric panic devices, and revise hardware for Police Department control and operation
ADA power operated door operators for main entry
Conduit risers for voice/data cabling between floors
Add security panel to project, remove from owner's radio equipment vendor
Chase for voice/data conduit, appearance
Add additional transfer grilles and transfer openings
Secondary door control for Police Department squads
Add lights for additional lighting at Fire Department, revise paving for snow removal
Stain not required to achieve specified color
Painting Sallyport - Desired for appearance, was included in addendum 2, so this amt will be credited back in change order No. 3.
Key switch control for elevator and public access to basement
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to approve Change Order No. 2. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.
b .REQUEST BY CONTRACTOR AT KLEMENT BUSINESS PARK FOR PERMISSION TO BEGIN WORK AT 6:00 A.M. INSTEAD OF 7:00 A.M. PER CONTRACT.
City Manager Wilmet explained that Mann Bros. Construction, of Elkhorn, is doing the grading work and will be trying to do as much work as possible this construction season. With the later start in the year and the change back to regular time, the window of daylight working hours has changed and the contractor is requesting to start at 6:00 am to get as much accomplished in a day as possible. The contract calls for no work to be done between 6:00 pm and 7:00 am, without permission of the owner. This is a standard clause for any construction in the City of Fort Atkinson.
Cm. Johnston asked if anyone from the city had talked with the neighbors about this proposal. The response is that they have not.
Cm. Johnston moved to approve the change from a 7:00 am start to 6:00 am contingent upon contacting the four closest neighbors to see that it would be acceptable to them. The motion died for the lack of a second.
After further discussion, Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to authorize the 6:00 am start time and to notify the four closest neighbors to the project.
On a roll call vote, Cm. Flood and Cm. Zastrow voted aye; Cm. Gray, Cm. Johnston, and President Day voted no. The motion was defeated on a vote of 2 to 3. The start time for the business park construction will remain as per the contract – 7:00 am.
c. REVIEW AND APPROVE GRANT APPLICATION TO HISTORIC PRESERVATION DIVISION OF STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOR FUNDS TO DO A LOCAL SURVEY.
Ms. Joan Jones of the Historic Preservation Commission addressed the Council to ask permission to apply for a grant for $12,500 to hire an architectural historian to survey Fort Atkinson (not including Main Street or the industries) and determine what buildings are of importance for their architecture or historic association. Ms. Jones explained that the Commission had applied for this grant last year, however, did not receive it. The money, which is administered by the State is federal money and, therefore, needs to be administered by the municipal government.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to approve the grant application to the Historic Preservation Division of the State Historical Society for funds to do a local survey and authorize the proper officials to sign the application. The motion carried on a voice vote.
a. REVIEW AND APPROVE 2001 CONTRACT WITH HUMANE SOCIETY FOR STRAY ANIMAL PICK-UP.
City Manager Wilmet explained that the 2001 Small Animal Collection contract with the Humane Society is based on a per capita rate and the rate for 2001 has increased from $1.52 to $1.57, a 3% increase. Therefore, the total cost to the City will be $17,488. The expenditure budget for 2001 is $17,500.
Cm. Zastrow, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to approve the 2001 Contract with the Humane Society for stray animal pick-up, in an amount not to exceed $17,488, and authorize the proper officials to sign. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.
a. GRANTING OPERATOR LICENSES.
Following a report that the applications had been reviewed and approved for accuracy by the Police Dept., and upon a motion by Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Zastrow, the following operator licenses were granted:
REGULAR: Michelle L. Wollin
Catherine C. Rector
Mark P. Elliott
Joseph R. Horabik
The motion carried on a voice vote.
b .CITY, SEWER AND WATER FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2000.
City Clerk/Treasurer Elford reviewed the third quarter City financial statements with the City Council. The review showed that the City is right on track for the third quarter with revenues at 82% and expenses at 73% through September 30.
City Manager Wilmet reviewed the sewer and water financials and also reported that the utilities are where they were expected to be at the end of three quarters with revenues at 82% for Water and 78% for Sewer and expenses at 74% for Water and 98% for Sewer.
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to accept and file the September 30, 2000 City, Water and Sewer Financial Statements. 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
AGA Gas Inc Cylinder rent $ 123.15
Abendroth Water Conditioning Softener rent 64.00
Ace Hardware Supplies, bulbs, fasteners 329.52
Diane B. Acosta Interpreter services 105.00
Al Chroma Reroof DPW building 10,310.00
L.W. Allen Inc Dealer battery, install meter head, parks/wells work 4,043.75
Ameritech Services, modem/fax, wire rent, diggers, parks 1,973.88
B R Amon & Sons Inc 2000 street program contract payment 86,093.92
A.J. Anich Lumber Co Inc Aluminum 64.00
Aramark Services Inc Services 1,199.66
Armstrong Heating & Cooling Service on furnace (Museum) 150.70
Associated Appraisal Assessing contract 2,009.14
Badger Uniforms R. Frame - 4 ties 20.68
Barth True Value Inc Supplies, anti-freeze, rent trencher, hardware 323.66
Bendlin Fire Equip Co Inc Chrome extension 39.35
Blodgett Garden Center 5 bales straw, 15 bags mulch 172.75
Blue Cross & Blue Shield Monthly dental premiums 4,542.18
Boise Cascade Office Prod Office supplies 39.21
Bruce Municipal Equipment Sprockets, chain 75.61
Bruce's Radio Install 2 radios, radio repair, antennas, cable $ 490.10
Bumper to Bumper - Fort Auto parts, grease cap pliers, control valve meter 1,799.74
Paul Camacho Interpreter services 75.00
Capital City Int'l Inc Truck parts 1,189.30
Capital Controls Co Inc Injector fitting 21.10
Century Rain Aid Hand pump, gauge, rotors 482.42
Chamber of Commerce 3rd qtr room tax allotment 15,730.03
Cinderella/Shep's Cleaning Janitorial supplies, Sept/Oct cleaning, bowl cleaner 1,183.14
City of Ft Atkinson Sewer/water inv 15446 & 15447 15,998.77
City of Ft Atkinson Drug/crime funds 300.00
City of Ft Atkinson Petty cash (postage, maps, bulbs, nuts) 30.72
Columbia Pipe & Supply Co Pipe, connectors 126.13
Computer Networks Inc Replace PC fan (Teri's) 33.45
Crispell-Snyder Inc Robert Street design work 5,850.00
Cronatron Welding Systems 6 grinding wheels 158.97
DT Screen Printing Print shirts 225.00
Daily Jefferson Co Union Publications 1,346.49
Dane Co Highway & Transp Painting traffic lines 36.78
Davis & Kuelthau S.C. Legal services 481.45
Jeffrey S. Davis In service - meals 39.50
DeLage Landen Financial Serv Copier lease & late fee 192.63
Dictaphone Fan repaired 296.50
Diesel Injection Service Inc Nozzles 317.68
DMG Maximus Inc Position re-evaluation 65.00
Dodge Concrete Inc Concrete 660.50
Roger W Draeger Health insurance reimburse 534.59
Susan D Ebert In service - meal 5.50
Jason Eighmy Concrete flatwork 820.75
Electrical Energy Experts Switchgear, switchboards maintenance 2,374.00
Emergency Medical Products First Aid supplies 106.32
Fastenal Company Parts 55.86
5 Alarm Fire & Safety Equip Smoke fog, hook, repair gear, dosimeter tubes, cleaner 651.73
Fluor Bros Construction Brackets, level weirs 8,362.65
Ft Atkinson Glass & Mirror PD window replaced 138.75
Ft Historical Society Monthly donation 2,060.00
Ft Memorial Health Services 1 blood alcohol test, 11 A.E. Defibs 12,670.80
Ft Atkinson Sentry Supplies 158.09
Ft Auto Supply Oil filters, auto parts, brushes, grease gun, charger 531.37
Frank Bros Inc Asphalt 144.48
G.F.C. Leasing Copier leases 601.28
Gall's Inc Binders, pads, guide 69.95
L.F. George Inc Brush chipper anvil 193.34
Gordon Flesch Co Inc Copier rent, copies over run 149.50
WW Grainger Inc Pump, saw, hose reel, metric tap & die set, thermostat 734.51
Grays Inc Snow blade edges 445.00
Richard Grove Safety shoe allowance 70.00
HFI Hydraulic fittings 38.24
Hach Company Lab supplies 299.85
Hanley Co Inc Cylinder head, gasket set $ 783.44
Raymond G Harker In service - meals 51.00
Hartel Corp Weld restroom seat 60.00
Hausz Bros Inc Road rock 759.36
Hawkins Chemical Chemicals 768.20
Debra L. Hayes Uniform skorts made 120.00
Home Depot/GECF Archery targets, supplies 406.72
Sandra Hottman Recertification/mileage/meals 49.68
Allen Howe & Son Inc Commonwealth - storm sewer work 15,483.50
Humane Soc of Jeff Co October stray animal pickup 1,410.94
Int'l Society of Arboriculture Langer - certification 200.00
Jaeckel Bros Dirt, equip rent, labor, gravel 2,194.50
City of Jefferson W'2's; 1099's; envelopes 140.30
Jefferson Co Clerk Dog license fees -9- 11.25
Jefferson Co Farmco Co-Op Grass seed 66.00
Jefferson Co Treasurer Jail assessments 3,458.00
Jefferson True Value Leaf blower parts 34.61
Johnson Controls Heating system service/maintenance 924.08
Jonas Office Products LTD Office supplies, printer ribbons, printer, toner 1,695.89
Brian Juarez Meeting registration 10.00
Kassel Industrial Hose 246.25
Brett Ketterman Electronics, gift certificates, CD burner 348.98
Knight 12 volt motor 264.39
Tom Kramp Truck inspection - meals 12.36
Timothy J. Krueger Uniform underwear 38.10
Karl Kuemmerling Inc 2 fiberglass scabbard 252.72
Lake Mills Blacktop Inc Asphalt 3,112.57
John F. Lampert Health insurance reimburse 360.06
Lark Uniform Inc Johnson, Peterson, Fromader - misc items 433.15
Scott L Lastusky October car allowance 85.00
Lemke Fencing of Jefferson Monthly fence rental 57.09
M & R Service Repair fuel tank & radiator 115.00
Madison Spring Co Spring, connectors 319.72
Mark's Auto Squad radiator anti-freeze 313.00
Master Graphics Blue print supplies 32.57
Jim May Plumbing LLC Fix/replace roof drain 500.00
Ben Meadows Co Inc Chaps, pruner sheath, lopper 367.17
Sheldon R Mielke Meeting expense 152.09
Milwaukee Lead Works Curb box lids, plugs, tubing 1,381.50
Milwaukee PC Acctng Dept Computer equipment 45.00
Motion Industries Inc Mower bearings, seals 42.36
Nasco 6 coffee decanters 75.06
Newark Electronics Supplies/bldg maint. 49.75
Pepsi-Cola Co Youth center - soda 413.75
Pete's Portable Toilets Portable toilet rental 129.50
Earl Peterson 33 hr Oct electrical inspection 825.00
Pick'N Save Supplies 29.88
Plahns Outdoor Shops LTD Tarp, bag, panels, sew on pockets on bags 402.50
Polydyne Inc Chemicals $ 950.00
Pomp's Tire Service Inc 6 grader tires 4,900.00
Postmaster Postage on B zone bills 239.58
Precision Alignment Service Balance tires, repairs, lube 438.50
Premier Bank Federal withholding, soc security, medicare 36,175.13
Procal Services/R Winden Repair gas detector 226.50
Quill Corporation Office supplies 194.62
Brad Ragan Inc Tire disposal 9.00
Timothy Reel Safety shoe allowance 70.00
Reinders Inc Equipment parts 321.59
Christopher Rogers Monthly office expense 300.00
Rogers & Westrick S.C. Filing fees - delinquent water 171.00
Rosemount/Uniloc Acct Membrane, solution 315.00
Nick Rueth Bunker boots 50.00
St Joseph's Church Home/Sch Aug - Oct crossing guard 782.00
Schenk-Huegel Co Handcuffs; Krueger/Johnson/Lange-cuffs, clothes 846.91
The Shoe Box K Johnson - shoes, sox 309.00
ShopKo Store 51 Supplies, tape 426.18
Simonson Mobil Station 1 cs motor oil 18.95
Simonson Oil Co 1,500 gal diesel; 8,493 gal unleaded gas 12,180.36
Snap On Tools Corp Ratchet wrench, tongs, king pin, adaptor 146.95
Spring Valley Fertilizer 582.12
State Electrical Supply Inc Supplies, extension cord cover 55.74
State of Wisconsin Penalty assessments 6,417.30
Streicher's Fromader - holster 49.95
Superior Services Solid waste pickup, recycle, multi-family, toter 42,460.16
Terminix International October pest control Museum 49.00
H.W. Theis Co Washers, o-rings 850.00
Traffic & Parking Control 6 street name signs, traffic signals 2,459.40
Traffic Parts Flashers, brackets, relays 609.85
United Building Centers Styrofoam, lumber, 11.61
UEMSI Pin 36.45
UW Soil Testing Lab Soil analysis 19.50
Union Pacific Railroad Co 4th/Walton interceptor lease 180.00
United Parcel Service Parcel pick up service 191.95
Utility Service Assoc Inc Flush 457 hydrants, hydrant #87 extension 7,240.00
VWR Scientific Lab supplies 446.17
Water Department Water 2,749.22
Wholesale Direct Inc Strobe, connectors 377.18
Wholesale Supply Co Computer labels, red data binders 37.68
John E Wilmet Travel & conference expense 348.60
Winchester True Value 24 furnace filters 45.36
WI Dept of Revenue State withholding tax 7,367.25
WI Electric Power Co Electricity, natural gas 24,089.05
WI Emergency Mgmt DPW-chemical inventory fee & late charge 360.00
WI Health Fund Monthly union health insurance 16,746.34
WI Retirement System Retirement costs 32,148.92
Worldpoint ECC Inc 22 AED handbooks 235.50
A T & T Phone service $ 4.46
Ameritech Phone service 103.59
Architectural Digest Periodicals 60.00
AudioFile Periodicals 48.00
Baker & Taylor Books 4,274.65
Baker & Taylor Entertainment AV 48.16
Bell & Howell Periodicals 325.50
Children's Book Council Inc Supplies 42.50
Chivers North America AV 99.58
Collector Magazine Periodicals 23.95
Columbia House Video Club AV 14.01
Country Homes & Gardens Books 58.18
Country Living Periodicals 29.97
Day & Johnson Insurance Insurance 50.00
Doubleday Large Print Books 41.65
Down to Earth Services Maintenance 245.00
Dwight Foster Public Library Petty cash 92.86
Express Video Clinic AV 22.72
Ft Atkinson Police Assoc Supplies 110.57
Ft Sew-N-Vac Center Maintenance 10.95
G-I Office Technologies Equipment repair/replace 278.00
Gale Group Books 218.60
Mary Gates Continuing Ed mileage 86.45
Harris InfoSource Books 124.10
Highsmith Inc Supplies 157.53
Humphrey Floral & Gift Supplies 60.00
Ikon Office Solutions Equip rep/repair 197.95
Ingrahm Library Services Books 33.27
Inspirational Resources Books 26.16
Jonas Office Products LTD Supplies 116.32
Larry Koenig & Assoc LLC AV 56.90
LMA Techwork Info sources/services 1,101.25
Lexis Publishing Books 45.88
Amy Lutzke Continuing ed 28.70
Marquette University Books 47.00
Constance G. Meyer Books 243.92
Micro Marketing LLC AV 135.16
Midwest Library Systems Shelving 540.20
Midwest Tape AV 179.55
National Geographic Periodicals 29.00
New York Times Periodicals 54.60
PBS AV 56.70
Per Mar Security Services Maintenance 252.14
Postmaster Postage 251.00
Quality Books Books 22.62
Recorded Books AV 1,769.00
Resource Data Systems Supplies 174.40
ShopKo Supplies & AV $ 66.84
Somerset Publishers Inc Books 166.50
Spangler Computer Service Equip rep/repair 25.00
State Chemical Mfg Co Supplies 349.90
Superintendent of Documents Books 250.00
Time Periodicals 79.96
Ultra-Chem Inc Supplies 234.74
Upstart Supplies 71.11
WI Electric Power Co Electricity, natural gas 890.66
WI Library Assoc Continuing ed 335.00
WI Library Services Periodicals 125.00
WI Taxpayers Alliance Periodicals 32.50
TOTAL CITY ACCOUNTS $ 364,326.38
TOTAL SEWER ACCOUNTS 50,013.65
TOTAL WATER ACCOUNTS 34,575.36
Citizens State Bank Interest & principal payment $ 8,551.86
CAPTIAL PROJECTS (FUND 9)
B.R. Amon & Sons Inc Street program contract payment $ 16,792.84
Austad & Son Inc New PD ceiling tile 4,438.40
B&J Builders Supply New PD doors, frames, hardware 6,486.00
Design Alliance Architects Fire Dept design 7,165.27
Dodge Concrete Inc Concrete 636.20
Graybar Electric Co Inc New PD - fixtures 1,521.84
Hausz Bros Inc Road rock 37.49
Traffic & Parking Control Traffic paint 140.65
United Building Center Lath 6.52
WI Electric Power Co Electricity 662.04
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS $ 37,887.25
DOWNTOWN DEVEL (TIF 7)
Daily Jefferson Co Union Publication $ 83.60
Earth Tech Riverwall rehab design 6,762.19
TOTAL DOWNTOWN DEVEL $ 6,845.79
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved that the bills in the amounts of $364,326.38 for the City, $37,887.25 for Capital Projects Fund, $50,013.65 for Sewer Utility, and $34,575.36 for the Water Utility, $8,551.86 for Fund 4, and $6,845.79 for Fund 13 as per Schedule L-87 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.
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to adjourn the November 9, 2000 regular City of Fort Atkinson Council meeting at 9:15 p.m. The motion carried unanimously.
PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL