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MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING
FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN
MAY 1, 2001
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.
On call of the roll members present were:
Gordon Day Jr.
Also present were the City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk/Treasurer, City Engineer, and Police Chief.
(a) APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF APRIL 17, 2001 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING.
Cm. Gray moved to approve the minutes of the April 17, 2001 regular Council meeting. Motion seconded by Cm. Johnston. Motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) REQUEST BY BEAUTIFICATION COUNCIL TO INITIATE PRAIRIE DEMONSTRATION PLOTS ON JANESVILLE AVENUE.
City Manager Wilmet introduced Phillip Jones, President of the Fort Atkinson Beautification Council.
Mr. Jones stated to the Council that with their approval, the Fort Atkinson Beautification and Development Council proposes to plant two 20 ft x 100 ft flower beds between Jones Avenue and S. Seventh Street, between the old rail bed and the highway. The beds would be prairie demonstration plots and the Fort Atkinson Beautification Council would enter into a contract with Mid-West Prairies for the next three years to help in the development of these flower beds. Mr. Jones further stated that the cost of site preparation, planting, weeding, and maintenance will be the responsibility of the Beautification Council. He further explained that it would take three years to make these areas into a fully self-sustaining prairie plot and they should be of no burden to the City.
Cm. Zastrow, Cm. Gray, and Cm. Johnston stated that they felt this would be a good idea for this area.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to approve the request by the Beautification Council to initiate two 20 ft x 100 ft prairie demonstration plots along Janesville Avenue, with the understanding the Beautification Council is responsibility for their cost, care, and maintenance for the next three years. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(a) APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS BY COUNCIL PRESIDENT.
Council President Day submitted a list of Committees and Councilmen's names to be appointed to those Committees, as shown below:
Airport Committee Cm. Day
Board of Electrical Examiners Cm. Johnston
Finance Committee Cm. Gray &
License Committee Cm. Zastrow &
Ordinance Committee Cm. Camplin &
Park & Recreation Board Cm. Johnston
Public Works Committee Cm. Gray &
Recycling Committee Cm. Camplin
Planning Commission Cm. Gray
Dairy Shrine Committee Cm. Day
School Board & City Council Cm. Camplin &
Transportation Adv. Committee Cm. Zastrow
Cable Television Committee Cm. Johnston
Walkway Development Committee Cm. Camplin
Wastewater Advisory Committee Cm. Johnston
Jefferson Co. Economic Cm. Zastrow
Special Project Committee Cm. Gray
Library Board Cm. Camplin
Historical Society Board Cm. Camplin
Tourism Committee Cm. Zastrow
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to approve the Council appointments to the City Committees and Boards. The motion carried on a voice vote.
(b) BOARD AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY MANAGER AND COUNCIL PRESIDENT.
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to accept the names of the following citizens to various Committees:
Appointment of Tim Kemmett to Airport Committee for a 4-year term.
Reappointment of Timm Mepham to Building Board for 3-year term.
Appointment of Ron Chisholm to Cable Television Committee for 5-year term.
Reappointment of Hugh Wakefield, Terry Dorn, Larry Whitmore, and Robert Vincent to Board of Electrical Examiners for 1-year terms.
Reappointment of Mark Kerschensteiner to Historic Preservation Committee for 5-year term.
Reappointment of Diane Abendroth, Barbara Lorman, Joel Winn, James Weiss and Jan Kraus, and appointment of Mark Mittag to Historical Society Board for 2-year terms.
Reappointment of Jill Ottow and Susan Wenger and appointment of Helen Rose to Library Board for 3-year terms.
Appointment of Daniel Roloff and Paul Brady to Park & Recreation Advisory Board for 3-year terms.
Reappointment of Dennis Rybicke and Joanne Black to Planning Com-mission for 3-year terms.
Reappointment of Richard Schultz to Police & Fire Commission for 5-year term.
Reappointment of Mike Rusch and appointment of Julie McCombs to Tourism Committee for 3-year terms.
Reappointment of Jim Otis and appointment of Peter Weston and Timm Mepham, and Helmut Ajango as First Alternate to Board of Zoning Appeals for 2-year terms.
The motion carried on a voice vote.
(c) ACCEPTING MINUTES AND REPORTS FROM VARIOUS BOARDS AND COMMITTEES.
Cm. Zastrow, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to approve the minutes of the Historical Society Board meeting held March 15, 2001; minutes of the Planning Commission meeting held April 24, 2001; and minutes of the Ad-Hoc Planning Committee meeting held April 10, 2001.
Cm. Camplin noted one correction to the Historical Society Board meeting of March 15, 2001 in that Joel Winn should be recognized as a member present.
The motion to accept the minutes as corrected carried on a voice vote.
(a) REVIEW AND APPROVE CHANGE ORDER NO. 4 FOR NEW POLICE DEPARTMENT PROJECT.
City Manager Wilmet stated that Change Order No. 4 is anticipated to be the last change order as it relates to Westra Construction. He stated the change order to be considered is a deduct of $1,449 from the contract sum due Westra and a similar price increase in the direct purchase items. The effect of this change order does not require an increase in budget or any overage.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to approve Change Order No. 4 for the new Police Department project. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.
(b) RECOMMENDATION FROM PLANNING COMMISSION TO APPROVE PLAT FOR TOWER HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION CREATING SIX RESIDENTIAL LOTS (EXTRA-TERRITORIAL).
City Manager Wilmet stated that the Planning Commission was unanimous in its recommendation.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to approve the plat for Tower Heights Subdivision creating six residential lots (extra-territorial). The motion carried on a voice vote.
(c) NOTICE OF CONTRIBUTION FROM COMMUNITY FOUNDATION AND REQUEST FOR TIF FUNDING FOR DOWNTOWN RESTROOMS AND FACADE RESTORATION.
City Manager Wilmet stated that on April 16, 2001 he and the High Pointe Properties representatives presented a grant request to the Fort Atkinson Community Foundation for theater facade restoration and public restroom construction. He stated that the Community Foundation has approved the request for the entire amount of $100,000.
The City Manager further explained that High Pointe Properties has agreed to a contribution of $50,000 toward the project. With a contribution of $50,000 from the City the restroom and facade restoration project, which is estimated to cost $200,000, should be able to be completed.
The City Manager stated that the maintenance of the facility will be under the care of the Park & Recreation Department. He stated that the parks' crews are accustomed to this kind of maintenance, as they are presently maintaining restrooms in the parks. It was further stated that the Chamber of Commerce Executive Board has stated that they fully support this project and would support any fund raiser that might be needed for any overages to the cost of the project and to acquire an electronic marquee/reader board for the front of the facade.
Cm. Zastrow, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved to authorize $50,000 from the City's TIF Account to be put towards the funding of the downtown restrooms and theater facade restoration and the Council accepts the $50,000 contribution from High Pointe Properties and thanks the Community Foundation for their $100,000 contribution.
On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.
(d) REVIEW AND APPROVE BIDS FOR SLURRY SEAL PROJECT.
City Manager Wilmet stated that there are only two contractors within the southern part of Wisconsin that work with the slurry seal process and of those only Struck & Irwin Paving meet the specifications of our contract. Their quote is for $.90/sq. yd. for all costs related to the application of the slurry seal to the streets scheduled for maintenance for the 2001 street program. It was noted that the estimate for the cost of the 2001 street program for the slurry seal was $.914/sq. yd., therefore, the $.90/ sq. yd. bid is within the estimate. Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Gray moved to approve the bid for slurry seal project to Struck & Irwin Paving and authorizes staff to sign any necessary contracts. On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.
(a) REVIEW AND APPROVE QUOTATIONS FOR LONG TERM BORROWING FOR WATER MAIN INSTALLATION ON ROBERT STREET.
City Manager Wilmet stated that at the March 6, 2001 Council meeting he received authorization to obtain quotes for borrowing $300,000 under Sec. 67.12(12) Wisconsin Statutes for water main replacement on Robert Street. The following quotations were received:
Premier Bank 4.75% 4.95%
Citizens State Bank 4.59% 4.79%
Johnson Bank No bid No bid
State Trust Fund N/A 5.25%
City Manager Wilmet stated that he recommends that the following resolution also be adopted:
RESOLUTION NO. 1008
WHEREAS, the City of Fort Atkinson, Jefferson County, Wisconsin (herein called the "City"), is presently in need of funds aggregating $300,000.00 for public purposes including: water main replacement on Robert Street; and
WHEREAS, the Council deems it necessary and in the best interests of the City that, pursuant to the provisions of Section 67.12(12), Wisconsin Statutes, the sum of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000.00) be borrowed for such purposes upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that for the purposes hereinabove set forth the City, by its City Manager, and Clerk, pursuant to Section 67.12(12), Wisconsin Statutes, borrow from Citizens State Bank & Trust Co. (hereinafter called the "Lender"), the sum of $300,000.00 and, to evidence such indebtedness, sand City Manager and City Clerk shall make, execute and deliver to the Lender for and on behalf of the City the promissory note of the City to be dated May 1, 2001, in said principal amount with interest at the rate of four and fifty-nine hundredths per cent (4.59%) per annum and payable as follows:
PAYMENT PRINCIPAL INTEREST TOTAL PRINCIPAL
DATES AMOUNT DUE DUE INTEREST DUE
11/01/01 $ -0- $ 6,941.59 $ 6,941.59
05/01/02 42,857.14 6,828.41 49,685.55
11/01/02 -0- 5,949.93 5,949.93
05/01/03 42,857.14 5,852.92 48,710.06
11/01/03 -0- 4,958.28 4,958.28
05/01/04 42,857.14 4,904.38 47,761.52
11/01/04 -0- 3,966.62 3,966.62
05/01/05 42,857.14 3,901.95 46,759.09
11/05/05 -0- 2,974.97 2,974.97
05/01/06 42,857.14 2,926.46 45,783.60
11/01/06 -0- 1,983.31 1,983.31
05/01/07 42,857.14 1,950.97 44,808.11
11/01/07 -0- 991.66 991.66
05/01/08 42,857.16 980.88 43,838.04
Said interest to be payable on the dates set forth above on the outstanding principal balance, with full prepayment privileges, on any principal or interest payment date on or after May 1, 2001, a copy of which note shall be attached hereto.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that there be, and there hereby is, levied on all the taxable property of the City, a direct annual irrepealable tax sufficient in amount to pay the principal and interest on said note as the same becomes due and payable, said tax to be in the following minimum amounts:
AMOUNT OF TAX TO MEET NOTE PAYMENTS YEAR OF LEVY
(PRINCIPAL & INTEREST) DUE ON (MUST BE IN YEARS(S) PRIOR
TO DUE DATE)
$ 55,635.48 May 1 & Nov 1, 2002 For the year 2001
$ 53,668.34 May 1 & Nov 1, 2003 For the year 2002
$ 51,728.14 May 1 & Nov 1, 2004 For the year 2003
$ 49,734.06 May 1 & Nov 1, 2005 For the year 2004
$ 47,766.91 May 1 & Nov 1, 2006 For the year 2005
$ 45,799.77 May 1 & Nov 1, 2007 For the year 2006
$ 43,838.04 May 1 & Nov 1, 2008 For the year 2007
If at any time there shall be on hand insufficient funds from the aforesaid tax levy to meet principal and/or interest payments on said note when due, the requisite amount shall be paid from other funds of the City then available, which sums shall be replaced upon the collection of the taxes herein levied.
In the event that the City exercises its prepayment privilege, if any; then no such direct annual tax shall be included on the tax rolls for the prepayments made and the amount of direct annual tax hereinabove levied shall be reduced accordingly for the year or years with respect to which said note was prepaid.
In each of said levy years, the direct annual tax so levied shall be carried into the tax rolls each year and shall be collected in the same manner and at the same time as other taxes of the City for such years are collected; provided, that the amount of tax carried into the tax roll may be reduced in any year by the amount of any surplus in the debt service account for the note. So long as any part of the principal of, or interest on, said note remains unpaid, the proceeds of said tax shall be segregated in a special fund used solely for the payment of the principal of, and interest on, said note.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that there be and there hereby is established in the treasury of the City, if one has not already been established, a debt service fund, separate and distinct from every other fund, which shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Sinking funds established for obligations previously issued by the City may be considered as separate and distinct accounts with the debt service fund. Within the debt service fund, there be and there hereby is established a separate and distinct account designated as the "Debt Service Account for Promissory Note dated May 1, 2001", which account shall be used solely for the purpose of paying principal of and interest on said note. There shall be deposited in said account any accrued interest paid on said note at the time it is delivered to the Lender, all money raised by taxation or appropriated pursuant hereto, and such other sums as may be necessary to pay principal and interest on said note when the same shall become due.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proceeds of said note shall be used solely for the purposes for which it is issued, but may be temporarily invested until needed in legal investments, provided that no such investment shall be in such a manner as would cause said note to be an "arbitrage bond" within the meaning of Section 148 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, or the Regulations of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue thereunder; and an officer of the City, charged with the responsibility for issuing the note, shall certify by use of an arbitrage certificate that, on the basis of the facts, estimates and circumstances in existence on the date of the delivery of the note, it is not expected that the proceeds will be used in a manner that would cause said not to be an "arbitrage bond."
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the projects financed by the note and their ownership, management and use will not cause the note to be a "private activity bond" within the meaning of Section 141 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and that the City shall comply with the provisions of the Code to the extent necessary to maintain the tax-exempt status of the interest on the note.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk shall keep records for the registration and for the transfer of the note. The person in whose name the note shall be registered shall be deemed and regarded as the absolute owner thereof for all purposes and payment of either principal or interest on the note shall be made only to the registered owner thereof. All such payments shall be valid and effectual to satisfy and discharge the liability upon such note to the extent of the sum or sums so paid. The note may be transferred by the registered owner thereof by presentation of the note at the office of the City Clerk, duly endorsed for the transfer or accompanied by an assignment duly executed by the registered owner or his legal representative duly authorized in writing. Upon such presentation the note shall be transferred by appropriate entry in the registration records and a similar notation, including date of registration, name of new registered owner and signature of the City Clerk, shall be made on such note.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the note is hereby designated as a "qualified tax-exempt obligation" for purposes of Section 265 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, relating to the ability of financial institutions to deduct from income for federal income tax purposes, interest expense that is allocable to carrying and acquiring tax-exempt obligations.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City officials are hereby authorized and directed, so long as said note is outstanding, to deliver to the Lender any audit statement or other financial information the Lender may reasonably request and to discuss its affairs and finances with the Lender.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that said note shall be delivered to the Lender on or after the date of said note, upon receipt of the total principal amount of the loan evidenced thereby, plus accrued interest, if any, to date of delivery, provided that if this is a refinancing, the refunding note shall be immediately exchanged for the note being refinanced.
The City Manager stated that he is recommending the low bid of 4.59% for 7-years from Citizens State Bank & Trust.
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Zastrow moved to approve the borrowing of $300,000 for 7-years at 4.59% from the Citizens State Bank & Trust and adopt the borrowing resolution.
On call of the roll the motion carried unanimously.
(a) SET LICENSE COMMITTEE MEETING DATE.
The members of the License Committee agreed to meet on May 14, 2001 at 4:00 p.m.
(b) GRANTING OPERATOR LICENSES.
Following a report that the applications had been reviewed and approved for accuracy by the Police Department and upon the motion of Cm. Zastrow, seconded by Cm. Gray, the following operator licenses were granted:
PROVISIONAL: Richard A. Robinson
REGULAR: Scott M. Kramer Jr.
(c) RECOMMENDATION FOR DENIAL OF OPERATOR LICENSE.
Police Chief Brus had submitted a letter to the Council stating that on March 30, 2001 the Police Department completed an investigation on an alcohol operator's license for Troy D. Thomsen. The records search indicated that several alcohol related offenses existed that Mr. Thomsen did not indicate on his application. He did indicate one operating while intoxicated conviction in 1998 but failed to indicate that he had been convicted twice before for OWI once in 1995 and once in 1996.
The Chief stated that with the amount of alcohol related offenses along with the fact that all but one of the offenses were withheld on his application, the Chief is recommending to the Council that Mr. Thomsen be denied a license for operating as a bartender in the City of Fort Atkinson.
Cm. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Camplin moved to deny the operator licenses for Troy D. Thomsen. 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
Abendroth Water Cond. Softener rent, salt $ 78.97
Advance Hydraulics Inc Repair 2 cylinders 1,151.99
Aearo Safety Co Slocum - safety glasses 252.00
Ameritech Directory, parks, modem/fax, radio, services 2,342.71
Anchor Industries Inc 20' funbrella set 2,795.36
Associated Appraisal Assessing service, supplies 2,021.34
Beacon Ballfields Line ranger; roll fence, pump hose 1,203.00
Bemis Manuf. Outlet Lounge & deck chairs 2,694.88
Benz Oil Inc 10w30 oil; 10w40 oil & trans. fluid 1,238.78
Blackburn Mfg Co 2000 marking flags 123.34
The Boelter Co Auto cleansing dispenser 467.00
Boise Cascade Office Prod Office chair 150.00
Jeff Borkenhagen Safety shoes, class-lodging 228.90
Bruce Municipal Equip Inc Hole plugs 55.29
Bumper to Bumper-Fort Auto parts, radio disconnects, adapter, 50# glass beads 1,087.78
Rudolph A Bushcott Jr Plechaty - retirement gift 100.00
Business Health Services Juarez - Ergonomic seminar May 9 25.00
C B & K Supply Tire rack pipe; pvc pipe 105.99
Paul Camacho Apr 8, 9 & 23 interpretor service 75.00
Carroll Electric Lighting fixtures (PD) 365.56
Cinderella/Shep's Cleaning Refills, janitorial services 389.23
City of Ft Atkinson Benefits, rent, diesel, oil, gas 22,349.80
CompuFort Clean printers 76.25
Computer Networks Inc 4/21-6/21 internet 24.00
Cronatron Welding Systems 12 cut-off wheels 254.68
Davis Duehr Dean-Fort Boudreau-eye exam allow 50.00
DeLage Landen Financial Copier lease 183.94
Dell Marketing LP Museum - Pentium III processor 1,627.00
Dictaphone Repair CRT, board, tube 793.90
Earth Tech Professional services 6,698.52
Evans Industrial Comm Inc Repair case, squad radios, equip 2,979.89
First Supply Wyes, ells 138.00
Five Alarm Fire & Safety 25' yellow hose; foam; Braman-coat, pants; bracket 1,751.26
GFC Leasing Copier leases 647.13
Geo Synthetics Inc Staples, straw mats 1,053.00
Gordon Flesch Co Inc Copies, overages, toner & annual toner contract 479.35
WW Grainger Inc Check valve, link, 8 drawer tool chest 671.13
H & H Fire Protection Safety glasses for Police Dept. 10.50
Hampton Inn Pallan/Davis - lodging 5/21-5/25 295.00
Havill-Spoerl Ford Mercury #70 sensor assembly 56.63
Hawkins Chemical Chemicals $ 2,491.86
Highsmith Co Inc Nameplate - Camplin 3.00
Sandra Hottman In service - mileage, meals; sweater, shoes 138.37
Humane Soc of Jeff Co April stray animal pick up 1,457.35
Humphrey Floral & Gift Flowers - funeral 50.00
WI Chapter - IAAI Schoenleber - Arson seminar June 5-7 110.00
Industrial Electric Wire/Cable 5,000 ft meter cable 388.69
Jeff Co County Clerk Monthly dog license fees - 238 - 864.50
Jeff Co Highway Dept Petition for highway funds 11,308.00
Jim's Key Shop 4 keys 5.40
Johnson's Nursery 28 trees; 2 lilac bushes 3,195.00
KB Sharpening Service Inc Sharpen chipper knives, handsaw 47.00
Adolph Kiefer Pool toys 48.24
John F Lampert Health ins reimbursement 360.06
Scott L Lastusky April car allowance 85.00
Law Enforcement Targets Training targets 39.75
Licensing Assist. Office Repeater system license 485.00
Madison Area Tech College 32 Spring course fees - firemen 702.40
Master Graphics 1 roll inkjet paper 30.87
Brad McGowan Regist - WRWA class April 10 75.00
Mid-State Equip-Janesville Rent tractor w/rake 205.00
Midwest Contrct Operations Cleaning air diffusers 869.00
Miller/Bradford/Risberg Inc Cylinder, pins, bushings-#39 600.39
Monroe Truck Equip Inc Sander motors - seal kits 87.48
Motion Industries Inc Seals, rings-clarifiers 164.91
Nasco 1 - U.S. flag 32.50
Northland Laboratories Water tests-Clubhouse, stockade 30.00
Opportunities Inc Letterhead, complaint cards, tour/time cards, pool passes 702.70
Pete's Portable Toilets April portable toilet rent 129.50
Earl Peterson 27.5 hr electrical inspection - April 687.50
Poeppel's Auto Body & Tow Tow car #64 40.00
Polk Diesel & Machine Inc 2 filter kits 136.32
Pomp's Tire Service Inc 12 tires 519.00
Postmaster Postage 1,240.84
Precision Alignment Service Service 4 squads-oil chg, brakes, lube 241.50
Premier Bank Fed withholding, Soc Security, medicare 40,042.46
Procal Services/R Winden Repair sampler 280.00
Quill Corporation Office supplies 86.39
Radio Shack Wire, connectors 7.27
Brad Ragan Inc Tires, disposals 246.74
Reinders Inc 2 tire/bearing assembly 291.25
Rogers & Westrick SC Monthly office expense 300.00
Ruud Lighting Inc Gallery lights 388.90
Salamone's Inc Lieutenant's hiring panel, volunteer dinner 300.99
Schilling Paper Co Inc Janitorial supplies 65.09
ShopKo Store #51 Alcohol swabs, photowork, supplies 65.31
Simonson Mobil Station 15.3 gal kerosene 34.40
Simonson Oil Co Diesel, unleaded gas, off-road diesel 14,195.76
Smith & Nephew Inc Buoys, markers, cable 4,117.24
Spangler Computer Services Labor, hubs, switch; hook-up labor, cable (P&R) $ 761.50
Timberline Trees LLC 43 assorted trees 3,570.00
Traffic & Parking Control Co Brkts, screws, signs, paint, controllers, monitors 17,130.34
Triebold Implement Bushing, pins, washers 79.23
Jeff Truman Parking - MATC 20.00
Tuttle's Pharmacy Inc Film 3.32
United Building Center Lumber, washers 192.31
Water Dept. Water 1,435.06
Water Environment Federation 2 "Aqua Venturer" CD 52.75
Water Environment Federation Christensen-renew membership 93.00
Watertown Water Dept Sherman May 24 seminar regist 60.00
Werner Electric Supply Supplies 399.53
John E Wilmet Vehicle & meeting expenses 240.91
WI Dept of Agriculture Wgts/measures inspection 3,120.00
WI Dept of Commerce 25 bldg permit seals 625.00
WI Dept of Revenue State withholding tax payrolls 7 & 7A 7,633.55
WI Electric Power Co Electricity, natural gas 24,072.73
WI Rural Water Assoc Sherman May 3 seminar regist 40.00
Jerry Witkins Sheet cake - volunteer dinner 25.00
A T & T Phone 4.51
Ameritech Phone 103.74
Audio Editions AV 733.01
Baker & Taylor Books 2,336.46
Bar Code Discount Warehouse Equip rep/replace 266.33
CSPI Periodicals 28.00
Chivers North America AV 6.50
Columbia House Video Club AV 101.40
Country Homes & Gardens Books 28.18
Country Living Gardener Periodicals 19.97
Doubleday Large Print Books 107.83
Dwight Foster Library Petty cash 36.92
Epixtech Webpac (share) 3,662.00
Express Video Clinic Equip rep/replace 34.72
G-I Office Technologies Equip rep/replace 139.00
Gale Group Books 619.52
Gooseberry Patch Co Books 6.79
Grolier Publishing Co Inc Books 89.02
Highsmith Inc Supplies 295.50
Ikon Office Solutions Supplies 126.72
Ingram Library Services Books 38.81
Inspirational Resources-Lib Books 30.05
Jonas Office Products LTD Supplies 55.72
K-Mart Supplies 18.12
Kelley Blue Book Books 108.00
Amy Lutzke Continuing Ed 24.15
MBNA America Books, AV, supplies, SRP 727.72
MTM Inc Supplies 62.36
Constance G Meyer Books 24.69
Midwest Tape AV $ 19.99
Opportunities Inc Supplies 90.20
Outdoor Life Periodicals 23.94
Postmaster Postage 170.00
Quality Books Books 165.74
Reader's Digest Large Edition Periodicals 21.95
Recorded Books AV 532.25
Resource Data Systems Supplies 12.00
Schumacher Elevator Co Equip rep 49.30
ShopKo Supplies 29.46
Spangler Computer Service Equip rep/replace 423.13
Sports Illustrated for Kids Periodicals 47.96
Strohbusch Ben Franklin Supplies 11.76
Unique Books Books 16.58
Victoria House Publishing Co Books 19.95
H.W. Wilson Company Books 396.00
WI Electric Power Co Natural gas (#4) 328.16
WI Outdoor Journal Periodicals 45.97
TOTAL CITY ACCOUNTS $ 157,154.76
TOTAL SEWER ACCOUNTS 46,999.88
TOTAL WATER ACCOUNTS 12,525.70
Citizens State Bank 1998 Capital projects - principal/interest $ 79,841.00
B&J Builders Supply Change orders - signs, switches, etc. $ 1,304.00
Carroll Electric Lighting fixtures (PD) 314.00
Evans Industrial Comm Inc Replace antenna, check out 688.40
Graybar Electric Co Inc Bal. Due -PD lighting 714.72
Johnson's Nursery 2 Japanese lilacs 200.00
Mid-Minnesota Wire Wall mount locker system 9,517.09
Westra Construction Inc Police station contract payment 6,371.00
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS $ 19,109.21
KLEMENT BUSINESS PARK
Erwin C. Poeppel 1999 Poeppel land purchase interest $ 10,427.56
Rogers & Westrick S.C. Recording fee - lot sold to Moldenhauer 16.00
Saunders Graphics Industrial park - brochures on lots 410.00
TOTAL INDUSTRIAL PARK $ 10,853.56
Steffes Construction Riverwall rehab, catch basins, frames, curb boxes $ 9,299.51
Cm. Gray, seconded by Cm. Johnston moved that the bills in the amount of $157,154.76 for the City; $79,841.00 for the Debt Service Account; $19,109.21 for the Capital Projects Fund; $10,853.56 for the Klement Industrial Park; $9,299.51 for the Downtown Economic Devlpmnt. Fund; $46,999.88 for the Sewer Utility and $12,525.70 for the Water Utility as per Schedule L-99 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. Johnston, seconded by Cm. Camplin moved to adjourn the May 1, 2001 regular City of Fort Atkinson Council meeting at 8:17 p.m. The motion carried unanimously.
PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL