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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN
FEBRUARY 22, 2000
CALL MEETING TO ORDER.
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, City Engineer, Asst. City Engineer, Building Inspector, Police Chief, Fire Chief, and the Public Works Superintendent.
(a) APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM FEBRUARY 6, 2001 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING.
Cm. Gray moved to approve the minutes of the February 6, 2001 regular Council meeting. Motion seconded by Cm. Johnston. Motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) PUBLIC HEARING ON 2001 STREET PROGRAM.
President Day opened the public hearing on the 2001 Street Program and stated that anyone wishing to speak on this topic should come forward to the podium, state their name and address for the record, and address the Council.
Mrs. Vicki Meyer of 627 Short Street asked the City Engineer what the plans were for Taft Street. (Mrs. Meyer lives on the corner of Taft and Short.) She also inquired on the time frame for the project in that area.
The City Engineer stated that Taft Street would have new water main installed, the existing blacktop removed, a new six-inch gravel base put in and new blacktop overlaid. The project is set to begin in March/April depending on the weather and is anticipated to be finished by the end of August, first part of September when school begins.
Mr. Eugene Blank of 419 Roberts Street asked what improvements are included in his $4.00 per foot assessment. Mr. Blank also inquired as to what would happen to existing driveway aprons.
The City Engineer stated that the $4 assessment included new storm sewer, new street, new curb and gutter and sidewalk. The City Engineer also stated that the driveway aprons would also be replaced.
Ms. Betty Teed of 604 Robert Street asked if she would have access to her driveway during this project.
The City Engineer explained that it is stated in the contract with the construction company, that driveways be usable to the residents at the end of each workday until the pouring of the sidewalks, curb and driveway approaches are done. Then there will be a one-week span of time that the homeowners will not be able to get into their driveways.
Hearing from no one else, President Day closed the public hearing on the 2001 Street Program.
(a) NOTIFICATION FROM STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY ON RECEIPT OF SUB-GRANT FOR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SURVEY.
Ms. Joan Jones of the Historic Preservation Commission announced to the Council that the City and the Historic Preservation Commission has received a grant in the amount of $12,010. This money will be used to hire a consultant to do a residential property survey of the City of Fort Atkinson and to provide recommendations on properties of historic value in the City.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to accept and file the notification from the State Historical Society on receipt of a sub-grant for residential property survey. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) FINAL RESOLUTION FOR 2001 STREET PROGRAM.
The following resolution was displayed on the overhead projector at this time:
RESOLUTION NO. 1006
FINAL RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING
STREET IMPROVEMENTS AND LEVYING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS AGAINST BENEFITED PROPERTY
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin has held a public hearing in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building at 7:30 p.m. on February 22, 2001, for the purpose of hearing all interested persons concerning the Preliminary Resolution and Report of the City Engineer on the proposed improvements for the following streets:
A. Level 1 Street Maintenance for the following named streets:
Banker Road Madison Avenue to W. Cramer St.
West Cramer St. Banker Road to McCoy Park Rd.
Lexington Blvd. Madison Avenue to Commonwealth Dr.
Coventry Circle Lexington Blvd. south to end
Commonwealth Dr. Lexington Blvd. to Elsie St.
The assessment for said Level 1 Street Maintenance shall be $2.15 per front foot.
B. Level 3 Street Maintenance for the following named streets:
Robert St. Madison Avenue to W. Cramer St.
Garfield St. Monroe St. to Robert St.
Taft St. Monroe St. to Short St.
The assessment for said Level 3 Street Maintenance shall be $4.00 per front foot.
C. Alley Reconstruction for the following named alley sections:
The alley between Adams St. and Washington St. from Madison Avenue to Linden St.
The assessment for said Alley Reconstruction shall be $4.10 per alley foot.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED - by the City Council of the City of Fort Atkinson as follows:
1. That the Report of the City Engineer pertaining to the construction of the above-described public improvements, including plans and specifications therefore, is hereby adopted and approved.
2. That the City Manager is directed to carry out the work of such improvements in accordance with the Report of the City Engineer.
3. That payment for said improvements be made by assessing the cost of the property benefited as indicated in said report.
4. That benefits and damages shown on the Report, as modified, are true and correct and hereby confirmed.
5. That the assessments for all projects included in said report are hereby combined as a single assessment, but any interested property owner shall be entitled to object to each assessment separately or both assessments jointly for any purpose or purposes.
6. The City Council declares its intent to exercise its Police Powers pursuant to Section 66.60 Wis. Statutes of 1997-1998 to levy special assessments.
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to adopt Final Resolution No. 1006 for the 2001 Street Program and assessments. The motion carried unanimously.
(b) ORDINANCE FOR SLOW--NO WAKE ON ROCK RIVER FROM KLEMENT PARKWAY TO THE EAST LINE OF THE PLAT OF EDGEWATER ADDITION.
The following proposed Ordinance was displayed on the overhead projector at this time:
ORDINANCE NO. ____
The City Council of the City of Fort Atkinson does hereby ordain as follows:
That Chapter 106, WATERWAYS, Sec. 106-4, Boating regulations and safety laws adopted, be amended to include the following:
7. No person shall operate a boat faster than slow no wake in the waters of the Rock River from the north end of Klement Parkway to the east line of the Plat of Edgewater Addition within the City limits at any time.
All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the date of its passage and publications.
City Manager Wilmet reviewed a request from Robert Rupnow for consideration of a year round "no wake" ordinance on the Rock River starting from the Klement Parkway launching ramp to the end of Rogers Street. The City currently has a "no wake" ordinance from Bark River to Shirley Street year round.
The City Manager stated that he and city staff have been working with the Sheriff's Department, DNR Warden, Town of Koshkonong, and Tom Kramp regarding a proposed ordinance/enforcement, buoy purchase cost/location, and installation of the buoys. The Town Board and the Sheriff's Department have agreed to the following:
1. The Sheriff's Department will purchase the buoys and file for a grant to cover an estimated 60% of the cost. The Sheriff's Dept. will also patrol and enforce the ordinance.
2. The Town of Koshkonong has adopted a "slow no-wake" zone from the Klement Parkway to the Highway 106 Bridge for all portions in the Township. The Town of Koshkonong also agreed to pay approximately $400 (the matching 40% grant) for purchasing nine buoys. (The Wisconservation Club has indicated that they may help with the cost.)
3. The City would adopt an ordinance for a "slow no-wake" zone from the Klement Parkway to the east line of the Plat of Edgewater Addition within the City limits. The City Public Works crew would maintain and install/remove the buoys at the same time the downtown buoys are installed/removed.
Cm. Zastrow asked if this ordinance might be detrimental to the tourism that the City is trying to promote in the downtown area. Cm. Zastrow wondered if boaters would bypass the City and go elsewhere to get on the river if the "slow no-wake" area becomes so big that it is too time consuming for the boaters to go through town.
After further discussion, Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to pass this ordinance through its first reading and to direct City staff to print a public notice of input requested at the next Council meeting, and to notify any identified local boating groups and the Chamber of Commerce Tourism Committee that this issue is being considered.
Cm. Flood stated that he made this motion because he does not feel that he has enough information on this issue to make a decision this evening. And since he is not a boater, he would like to hear a boater's opinion of this ordinance and the opinion of the Tourism Committee.
The motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) ACCEPTING MINUTES AND REPORTS FROM VARIOUS BOARDS AND COMMITTEES.
Cm. Zastrow, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to accept the Minutes of Dwight Foster Public Library Board meeting held January 8, 2001; Electrical, Building and Plumbing Permit Reports for January, 2001; Minutes of Historical Preservation Commission meeting held February 7, 2001; and the Minutes of the Public Works Committee meeting held February 14, 2001. The motion carried on a voice vote.
8. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
(a) REVIEW AND APPROVE CHANGE ORDER NO. 3 FOR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT PROJECT.
City Manager Wilmet introduced Mr. Tom Powleit of the Zimmerman Design Group. Mr. Powleit reviewed the Change Order No. 3 summary with the Council. The changes total $7,620. It was noted that this is the final construction change order on this project and should tie up all outstanding construction issues. Total construction change orders, excluding direct purchases total $65,525 or 2 ½% of the construction budget. Mr. Powleit stated that 2 ½% is about half of the anticipated amount for a project of this size.
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to approve Change Order No. 3 to Westra Construction in an amount not to exceed $7,620. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.
(b) REVIEW AND APPROVE CONTRACT WITH JJR ON TIME AND MATERIAL BASIS FOR ASSISTING AD HOC PLANNING COMMITTEE.
The City Manager explained that at the January 29, 2001 Ad Hoc Planning Committee meeting it was voted to recommend to the full City Council to negotiate a time and materials contract with Smith Group JJR, with John Stockham as principal, to assist in the review of the Master Plan update for the northwest area of the City. JJR will prepare a District Plan and Master Plan amendment for the USH 12/STH 26 Bypass interchange area. The study area for the project will include all quadrants of the highway interchange and will incorporate new developments east of STH 26 Bypass approved since the adoption of the City of Fort Atkinson Master Plan in September 1997. The conditions of the agreement call for a time and materials fee not to exceed $12,000. This is not a budgeted expense and we would need to appropriate this amount from the General Fund.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to approve the contract from JJR on time and material basis for assisting the Ad Hoc Planning Committee in an amount not to exceed $12,000 and authorize the appropriation of the funds from the General Fund. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.
(c) RECOMMENDATION FROM PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE ON HANDICAPPED RAMPING SYSTEMS ON SOUTH MAIN STREET AND SOUTH THIRD STREET.
City Manager Wilmet stated that at the February 14, 2001 Public Works Committee meeting, the recommendation was to allow the construction of a handicapped ramping system within the South Third Street and South Main Street right-of-ways, with contingencies. Since that meeting further concerns and questions were discussed with the Developer. The City staff expressed a need to eliminate the two-foot landscaping area on South Third Street, fill in that area with concrete to provide a wider pedestrian walkway, install railing on all of the ramp and move the landscaping areas up against the building (between the window wells), and the elimination of the ramp on South Main Street because of its negative impact on future street work. Rear entrances will provide handicapped access where possible, and individual ramps in the building doorways for properties on South Main Street. The entrance on South Third Street would serve as the main entrance to that building and the door on S. Main would be an emergency exit only. This required a handicapped ramp on South Third Street. The developer indicated that it was not practical to provide a ramp for the South Third Street entrance inside of the building, nor was he desirous of building the ramp on S. Main. As a result of this meeting, the only ramp to be constructed is the one on S. Third Street. The developer is in agreement with this revised plan.
Therefore, the recommendation of City staff is that the Public Works Committee recommendation be revised to delete the ramp work on South Main Street, allow High Pointe Properties to construct a ramp on S. Third Street, with the landscaping areas relocated adjacent to the building, and contingent upon an agreement covering future ramp maintenance, landscaping maintenance, snow removal and that High Pointe Properties gets a Revocable Occupancy Permit from the Department of Transportation covering this work.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to approve the revised Public Works Committee plan on handicapped ramping systems on South Main Street and South Third Street, as presented by the City Manager, with the inclusion of scoring plan for sidewalk to allow for future brick work. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(d) REVIEW AND APPROVE CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT ADDITION PROJECT.
The City Manager and the Fire Chief reviewed Change Order No. 2 for the Fire Department addition project. There is a need to replace three existing wall-pack lights over the three man doors (on the east, north and west sides of the building). The City Electrical Department can do this work for $475. The second need is for the installation and wiring of new photo-eyes on the four new overhead garage doors on the north side of the building. These photo eyes will sense if anyone or any equipment are under the doors and will not allow them to be closed. It is a very necessary safety feature. ASI General quoted a price of $690 to furnish and install the eyes, and $898.73 to wire them. Neither of these two items were in the original specs for this remodeling job.
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to approve the $475 for the three wall-pack lights installed by the city Electrical Department and $1,588.73 to ASI General for the four photo-eyes for the garage doors and their installation. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.
9. NEW BUSINESS
(a) REVIEW AND APPROVE QUOTES FOR REWRITE OF ZONING ORDINANCE AS BUDGETED.
City Manager Wilmet and Building Inspector Juarez reviewed with the Council that $18,000 was placed in the 2001 budget to have the Zoning Code for the City updated. The existing code originated in 1968 and has been modified several times since. Two companies responded to the Building Inspector's quest for proposals to rewrite the zoning code. Smith Group JJR presented a proposal with a price of $15,000, and Ruekert Mielke submitted a proposal in the amount of $14,200.
Cm. Flood stated that he was on the committee for the Master Plan and at that time some building design guidelines were discussed but never implemented. Cm. Flood gave a copy of these guidelines to the City Clerk to be passed on to the Building Inspector and Ruekert Mielke for consideration.
Cm. Zastrow, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to approve the quote from Ruekert Mielke for $14,200 to rewrite the Zoning Ordinance. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.
(b) REQUEST BY POLICE CHIEF TO ENTER INTO COUNTYWIDE MUTUAL AID PLAN.
City Manager Wilmet and Chief Brus reviewed the Jefferson County Mutual Assistance Response Plan with the Council. The response plan would be used in the event mutual aid is necessary. There are several levels of response detailed in the plan.
Chief Brus stated that this plan has been in the works for quite some time. The Chief pointed out one change to the plan presented to the Council. On page 5 paragraph to of the Mutual Aid and financial information section. The first sentence says, "Aiding agencies will absorb up to 4 hours of wage costs ‘per officer' for each response." The words ‘per officer' have been added.
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to approve the Jefferson County Mutual Assistance Response Plan with the change on page 5. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(c) REQUEST BY POLICE CHIEF TO REALLOCATE REMAINING AND EXISTING CAPITAL FUNDS.
Chief Brus explained that the Police Department would like to take the mobile data computer (MDC) funds ($20,000) appropriated in 2000 and put it toward upgrading their radio equipment. Some of their equipment is dated and is a serious safety concern for members of the department.
The Chief explained that the most important part of the upgrade would be the purchase of a repeater system. The cost for equipment and installation from our existing vendor would be approximately $9,000. Additionally, $3,050 would be used to purchase two squad radios and two hand-held portable radios. The squad radios are $825 each; one would be a replacement and one would be an addition to a vehicle that currently has no radio. The portable radios are $700 each; both would be replacement radios for some of our older and less reliable radios.
The Chief further stated that the MDC;s are something their department still wishes to implement when the funding is again available, however, these radios are more necessary. There may be a federal grant that can be obtained to help with the purchase of the MDC's and the remaining funds after the radio purchases could go toward our local match with the grant.
Cm. Zastrow, seconded by Cm. Flood moved to approve the reallocation of $12,050 of existing capital funds for the purchase of a repeater and radios for the Police Department. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.
(a) GRANTING OPERATORS LICENSES
Following a report that the applications had been reviewed and approved for accuracy by the Police Dept., and upon the motion of Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Zastrow, the following operator licenses were granted:
PROVISIONAL: Lisa M. Wargolet
REGULAR: Karen A. Goyer
Thomas G. Adams Jr.
Jessica L. Castillo
Donna R. Fondren
The motion carried on a voice vote.
(b) SET LICENSE COMMITTEE MEETING TO REVIEW APPLICATION BY RICARDO ROCHA TO USE AT 226 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Cm. Zastrow and President Day agreed to meet on Monday, February 26, at 4:30 p.m. Cm. Johnston will be out of town.
(c) REQUEST TO CHANGE APRIL 3, 2001 COUNCIL MEETING TO APRIL 5, 2001 DUE TO ELECTION.
Cm. Zastrow, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to accept the request to change the April 3, 2001 Council meeting to April 5, 2001 due to the Spring Election. 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, SEWER, WATER
AGA Gas Inc Cylinder rent $ 204.80
A T & T State calling service/long distance 212.07
Ace Hardware Museum - shelf brackets 19.87
Aearo Safety Co J Rusch - safety glasses 122.00
Amerihost Inn of Kimberly Pallan - lodging 50.00
Anaconda Sports Inc Bean bag games 25.75
Autumn Supply 5 dozen gloves 107.04
Badger Paint Store Paint, supplies - Museum 81.79
Barth True Value Inc Supplies, enamel, bushing 172.49
Andrew Bauer MATC computer class & book 108.25
Best Access Systems Locks keyed & keys 42.38
Blue Cross & Blue Shield Monthly dental premiums 4,914.42
Brown Cab Service Jan subsidized taxi service 16,530.08
Builders Hardware & Hollow 3 hinges 152.50
Business Health Services of WI Hep B vaccines, consortium drivers fee prog, training 614.00
CSWEA Inc T Reel & Christensen - seminar regist 3/27 300.00
Chase Manhattan Bank Principal pymnt 99 capital proj - water 16,200.00
Chase NYC Interest pymnt 99 capital proj - water 34,060.59
City Directory Inc 8 City directories 721.00
Computer Networks Inc Feb 23 - Mar 23 internet access 12.00
Tim Connery Water main reimbursement $ 12,442.63
Daily Jefferson Co Union Publications 1,441.26
Diggers Hotline Inc Jan service #69 tickets 91.77
EMS Industrial Inc Belt, motor 4,258.06
EZ Guide Garage Doors Door spring, weatherseal 394.90
Susan D Ebert Donation to fitness equipment 100.00
Emergency Medical Products CPR masks 100.32
Thomas Emrick WI Fire Chiefs' seminar 146.29
Energetics Inc Truck parts manual 79.16
Evans Industrial Comm Inc Township trk radio, pager repaired 753.34
Farm Plan #40 parts 32.15
Fidelity Land Title Title policy Whitewater Ave lot 175.00
Five Alarm Fire & Safety Burow, Holbach Underwood-pants, boots, coats 2,143.90
Flag Center Inc 2 flags 155.41
Ft Atkinson City Band Donation 1,600.00
Ft Atkinson Glass/Mirror Inc Replace windshield 270.18
G B Electric Motor Service Motor tested, cleaned, repaired 1,403.89
Galls Inc Car door opener 63.94
Gard Specialists Co Inc Tube pin connector kit 205.88
Gold Star Products Inc Brake fluid 422.50
Gordon Flesch Co Inc Copier base, excess copies, toner 150.34
Anthony G Gulig Subpoena fee 5.00
Marie Hathaway Mardi Gras food 29.42
Home Depot/GECF Plumbing supplies, & a credit 137.27
ICI Dulux Paint Centers Primer, paint, thinner 142.06
Intellisys Information Sys Annual software support 2,200.00
International Institute Int'l clerks conf - Kansas City 495.00
Jaeckel Bros Equip rent, stone (various water main breaks) 6,826.50
Jefferson County Treasurer February tax settlement 1,258,029.80
Jefferson County Treasurer Jail assessments - Jan; 2001 plat book 1,320.32
Jonas Office Products LTD Office supplies, copy paper, 4 recorders, easel 1,966.66
K-Mart #9543 Miscellaneous kitchen & other supplies - PD 333.32
Thomas Kopps Voltage tester; schooling, mileage 251.08
Lab Safety Supply Inc Filters, covers, vapor cartridge 93.65
Chad Lange Recruit training mileage, meals 1,006.07
Lark Uniform Inc Fromader-thermal underwear; Dahnert-shirts, gloves 388.45
MATC Oct - Nov dispatcher instruction 22.09
MATC-Bursar February tax settlement 375,559.03
MTAW Registration fee - J Wilmet 100.00
Marquette University Sludge analysis 264.00
Master Graphics Training - auto CAD 550.00
McIntyre Floral Tipton - funeral flowers 32.95
Midwest Signal Sales Inc Loop sealant kit 58.00
Midwest Uniforms Rice - tie tac 10.00
Sheldon R Mielke Conference - lodging, meal 217.75
Milton Propane Inc 1 tank propane 172.59
Milwaukee PC Accting Dept Replacement pack 599.99
Minnesota Life Ins Co Monthly life insurance premiums 708.87
Morton International 395.45 tons road salt $ 12,021.69
Municipal Environmental Group Dues 1,097.40
Municipal Environmental Group Membership dues 1,150.00
Municipal Software Inc Training - year end process 57.27
Nasco Tags, rings, lawn games, art/craft supplies 117.68
Nat'l Safety Council Membership dues 200.00
Palos Sports Rec equipment, water sling shot set 163.30
Perkins Oil Windshield fluid 80.73
Pete's Portable Toilets Portable toilet rental 129.50
Polydyne Inc 250 gal polymer 1,760.00
Pomp's Tire Service Inc 2 snow tires 108.00
Postmaster Postage, bal due on presort mailing fee 1,000.00
Precision Alignment Service Squads lubed, aligned, oil change - Neon 364.00
Premier Bank Fed withholding, soc security, medicare 38,217.87
Michael Reel Chiefs' conference-lodging, mileage 206.10
Reinders Inc Bennett, Heesacker-Mar 14-15 conference 40.00
Ritschard Bros T-shirts printed 1,076.70
Ropes & Rescue Inc Webbing, equip bags 314.32
Timothy D Rue In service training - meals 34.00
S & S Worldwide Lawn dice, hockey 93.64
St Joseph's Home & School 40 hrs Jan school crossing guards 340.00
Schilling Paper Co Inc Janitorial supplies 593.34
School Dist of Ft Atkinson February tax settlement 2,864,347.35
Schultz-Bernstein & Assoc Restore Chief calendar, hub 509.45
Schumacher Elevator Inc Felt wipers 48.00
R.A. Smith & Assoc Inc Professional services Madison Avenue 4,340.50
Snap on Industrial Tool 65.09
Spring Biosolids Symposium Grove & Boudreau March 13 regist. 80.00
State of Wisconsin Penalty assessments 2,345.28
Statewide Ins Services LLC Additional workers compensation premium 4,809.00
Streichers Dahnert - scabbard, baton 100.80
Tech Medical Inc Safety gloves 77.44
Terminix International Dec 2000 control, 1st qtr control 176.00
H W Theis Co 6" plug 21.40
CL Thompson Co Filters 142.49
Traffic Parts Signal lenses, visors 1,271.79
Tuttle's Pharmacy Inc PD-batteries, photowork 19.33
UMISCO Inc Nozzle, connectors 253.19
US Cellular Cell phone service 243.59
United Way United Way awards luncheon - Faith 15.00
Wicklander-Zulawski Assoc Dec 6-8 Davis training 379.00
William/Reid LTD LLC Pump 476.46
WI Airport Mgmt Assoc J. Woods - dues 5.00
WI Arborist Assn Kramp, Cloute, Langer - dues renewal 105.00
WI City/County Mgmt Assoc Dues 60.00
WI Dept of Administration 2 sets hard & 4 sets soft cover WI Statutes 752.00
WI Dept of Employee Trust Monthly health ins premiums 33,623.30
WI Dept of Justice/Crime 1 record check 5.00
WI Dept of Natural Resources T. Reel - exam fee $ 25.00
WI Dept of Revenue Sales tax 53.36
WI Dept of Revenue State withholding tax 7,471.71
WI Dept of Workforce Devel/UC Schnell - unemployment compensation 22.41
WI Electric Power Co Electricity, natural gas 43,546.26
WI Park & Recreation Ketterman, Lastusky - dues 140.00
WI Rural Water Assoc 1 day conf regist-Siglinsky; 4/4-4/6 conf reg-McGowan 155.00
Jerry Witkins Mardi Gras cake-Senior Center 35.00
Serrano Antonio Zamudio Refund citation #B166381 91.50
Mark Zastrow Travel expenses 31.53
I.O.S. Capital Copier rent 2/28 - 3/29 192.00
TOTAL CITY ACCOUNTS $ 4,666,206.33
TOTAL SEWER ACCOUNTS 33,309.14
TOTAL WATER ACCOUNTS 78,312.12
Chase Manhattan Bank Principal pymnt 99 capital projects $ 158,500.00
Chase NYC Interest pymnt 99 capital projects 155,670.19
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE $ 314,170.19
ASI General Inc Contract payment #3 $ 37,756.00
John Buhler Co Inc Revised - bronze plaque 768.00
DO Group Inc Dispatch workstation 19,194.79
Evans Industrial Comm Inc Move radio equipment 11,720.00
Graybar Electric Co Inc New PD fixtures 3,822.00
Jacobson's Crane Service 4 hr crane service 320.00
Jonas Office Products LTD New PD furniture 20,852.43
Paragon Corporation New PD window treatments 6,068.58
Schultz-Bernstein & Assoc Set up workstations 1,400.00
Trendway Corporation New PD office furniture 5,314.74
Westra Construction Inc Contract payment #13 4,025.00
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS $ 111,241.54
KLEMENT BUSINESS PARK
Chase NYC Interest pymnt - 2000 BANS $ 23,874.13
Earth Tech Project management fees 5,602.10
WI Electric Cut off gas service 343.75
TOTAL KLEMENT PARK $ 29,819.98
Chase NYC Interest payment - 2000 BANS $ 12,298.79
State of Wisconsin Chapter 30 permit 300.00
TOTAL DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT $ 12,598.79
Cm. Flood, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved that the bills in the amounts of $4,666,206.33 for the City, $33,309.14 for Sewer Utility, $78,312.12 for the Water Utility, $314,170.19 for Fund 4 Debt Service, $111,241.54 for Capital Projects Fund 9, $29,819.98 for Fund 12 TIF #6, and $12,598.79 for Fund 13, TIF #7 as per Schedule L-94 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. Flood, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to adjourn the February 22, 2001 regular City of Fort Atkinson Council meeting at 8:45 p.m. The motion carried unanimously.
PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL